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Pakistan, Turkey would continue to work together for peace and stability in Afghanistan

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Turkey have emphasized that lasting peace in Afghanistan was important for stability in the region.

Turkish President Recip Tayyip Erdogan and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif, during a meeting in the President House today, agreed that Pakistan and Turkey would continue to work together for peace and stability in Afghanistan.

The two leaders also held talks on further strengthening of relations between the two countries and deepening mutual coordination on regional peace, security, and connectivity.

Earlier, Asif also called on Turkish PM Benali Yildrim. Discussing bilateral relations, the two leaders expressed satisfaction at the remarkable progress being made in deepening the strategic partnership.

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Kalsoom Nawaz on ventilator for indefinite period 

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LONDON: Hussain Nawaz, son of former prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said his mother Kalsoom Nawaz’s health condition was critical and she had been placed on a ventilator for an indefinite period.

Talking to media briefly outside here at Harley Street Clinic, he requested the nation to pray for the better health of his ailing mother. When asked by the journalists about the health condition of his ailing mother, Hussain Nawaz said, “I cannot say anything about my mother’s health except telling you that she has been placed on a ventilator for an indefinite period and she is in critical condition and needs nation’s prayers for her good health”.

Begum Kalsoom Nawaz suffered a cardiac arrest late Thursday and was shifted to Harley Street Clinic’s Intensive Care Unit and placed on a ventilator (life support machine). According to hospital sources, doctors were making all their efforts by providing Begum Kalsoom Nawaz best medical treatment and greatest remedy.

 

 

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Elections 2018: Nomination papers of political bigwigs accepted

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MULTAN: Lahore-39 Returning Officers on Tuesday accepted nomination papers of all political bigwigs in Multan, the last day of scrutiny of nomination papers.

Returning Officers including Muhammad Ashiq, Sardar Iqbal Dogar, Umar Farooq, Rana Muhammad Suhail, Shamshad Ali Rana and others accepted nomination papers of noted candidates including Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi from PP-217, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi and Malik Muhammad Amir Dogar from NA-155.

Moreover, nomination papers of Rana Shahid Ul Hassan and Nafees Ansari accepted from NA-156, besides Rana Abdul Jabbar and Salman Naeem from PP-217 constituency. Similarly, nomination papers of Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani were accepted from NA 158. Shehzad Maqbool Bhutta’s nomination 

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India releases six Pakistani prisoners

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LAHORE: The Indian government on Tuesday released six Pakistani prisoners including a woman and a child.

India Border Security Force (BSF) handed over the prisoners to Pakistan Rangers at Wahga Border. Rangers sources said here on Tuesday that the released prisoners including Nasreen Akhtar and a child Ali Haroon completed their imprisonment in different jails of India. Rangers officials handed over the prisoners to their families after completing formalities.

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