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SL team attack accused granted bail

An anti-terrorism court on Friday granted bail to Muhammad Ibrahim, involved in the deadly attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in March 2009 near Liberty Chowk, against bail bond of Rs

Bail pleas of ‘absconders’ granted

A local court on Thursday granted the bail-before-arrest applications of 12 Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) employees allegedly involved in an attack on the power utility’s head office on August 29. Additional

UET accused granted post-arrest bails

An anti corruption court on Tuesday confirmed the post-arrest bails of Prof Arif Junaid and Akmal involved in leaking entry test paper of University of Engineering and Technology (UET). The court while

New Zealander granted bail

Judicial Magistrate Amir Raza Rasool on Monday granted post-arrest bail to New Zealander Paul George, whose car hit and injured two motorcyclists at Ghalib Market on Sunday. The court directed the accused

Vettel taking nothing for granted

SHANGHAI – Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel said Thursday that his dominant start to the Formula One season would not last forever. The 23-year-old German won the opening two races in Australia and Malaysia and has led for 109 of the 114 laps this season, but is taking nothing for granted in Shanghai ahead of this Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix. “We’ve obviously had two good races, but we come here and we start again. That’s the name of the game at every event, every race, so

KRL coach Lutfi takes nothing for granted

LAHORE – New head coach of Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) football team Tariq Lutfi has played down his team’s ‘favorites’ tag, insisting he will only be able to assess his side’s chances after their opener in Group B of the 21st NBP Football Cup.
KRL will be aiming to compete a hat-trick of triumphs after golds at Hyderabad 2009 and Multan 2010. The NBP Cup will run from April 14 to27 at Faisalabad’s Bohranwali Ground and PMC Ground.Pakistan’s No 2 team KRL are placed in a

MQM not granted permission for rally at Minar-e-Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – The Punjab government has refused to grant permission to the MQM to organise a public rally at Minar-e-Pakistan on April 10 due to security reasons. Security agencies had submitted the report to the provincial government that MQM’s public rally at Minar-e-Pakistan might be targeted by terrorists.
Keeping in view the report of the Home Department, the government of Punjab declined MQM’s request. When contacted, MQM leader and Rabita Committee member Wasih Jalil told

Stop taking Pakistan for granted, US told

ISLAMABAD – In a strong message to Washington to protest a deadly drone strike that killed 44 Pakistanis on Thursday, Islamabad refused on Friday to attend the trilateral meeting of Pakistani, Afghan and American officials schedule for March 26 in Brussels, saying that Pakistan should not be treated as a client state, nor be taken for granted.
“In pursuance of the directives of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, US Ambassador Cameron Munter was summoned to the Foreign Office by

US national arrested in Peshawar granted bail

PESHAWAR – A local court on Monday accepted a plea by one Rehana and ordered the release of her husband Erin Mark De Haven on bail. De Haven was arrested under Section 14 of the Foreigner’s Act by security forces on March 25 from outside a fast food restaurant in Peshawar. Additional District and Sessions Judge Altafur Rehman heard the arguments in favour of the bail plea of De Haven and reserved the judgement on Friday.
Civil Judge Qudratullah Marwat ordered sending De Haven on