Government invalidate license of 280 registered NGOs

Government invalidate license of 280 registered NGOs NEWS Line:- ISLAMABAD:- Government turned down license of 280 NGOs working different areas of the country. These NGOs has been ordered to stop working and rolled back all dealings. These licenses were canceled in the early days of this year. These NGOs have been conveyed to stop their operations till March 2019.   According to reports the Government invalidate NGOs were working in different sectors and operational in various areas of Pakistan. The 135 NGOs were Islamabad based, 73 Karachi, 46 Lahore, 12…

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Media Laws are not acceptable if can’t protect Workers

Media Laws are not acceptable if can’t protect Workers NEWS LINE;- FAISALABAD:- Faisalabad Union of Journalists denied to accept Media Regulatory Authority if it could not protect workers’ rights. FUJ showed its deep concern over Media Laws which are failed to protect Journalists and media workers across the Pakistan and demands law protecting the workers rights. FUJ also demands an implementation on RPPO and PEMRA rules and punish the owners and officials of the implementation bodies which are acting against law. It was expressed by the president Faisalabad Union of…

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Sent Nawaz Sharif London: work started on Plan

Sent Nawaz Sharif London: work started on Plan NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- Sent Nawaz Sharif to London plan has been finalized and work on it has been started. This may be done on medical grounds. The escape Nawaz plan was settled during his bail in previous case. Now, Maryam Nawaz is inContact with authorities and working on plan is under going. According to News Line, sources confirmed the news. The Power Corridors want a complete silence by Sharif Family, especially from Nawaz and his daughter Maryam. Maryam has agreed on it…

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America agreed to withdrawal Afghanistan in Taliban meeting

America agreed to withdrawal Afghanistan in Taliban meeting NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- Afghan Taliban and US officials Saturday agreed on preliminary draft of likely peace accord, including America agreed to withdrawal from Afghanistan in 18 months, prisoners’ exchange and lifting ban on movement of Taliban leaders from blacklist, according to Taliban sources. It was first time Taliban and US officials held such a long meeting. Their meeting started last Monday, January 21, and concluded on Saturday. “We didn’t sign any formal agreement but agreed on certain important points. There were several…

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Pakistan elected vice chairman of UN Environment Forum of Ministers

Pakistan elected vice chairman of UN Environment Forum of Ministers NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- Pakistan was elected on Friday as the vice chair of UN Environment’s Forum of Ministers of Asia Pacific. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Adviser on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam and Additional Secretary Babar Hayat Tarar represented Pakistan at the third session of the forum which was held in Singapore. Pakistan was elected as vice chair to the forum after 41 environmental ministers of countries in the region voted in its favour. Speaking on the occasion, Malik Amin…

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