|Nawaz slams PPP government, allies|
08 August 2012
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League –Nawaz (PML-N) Quaid Nawaz Sharif has asked the party workers to prepare for elections after this Holy Month of Ramzan, Geo News reported.
Talking to party PML-N office-bearers and workers hailing from Gujrat, Nawaz Sharif said people would reject those who played politics of corruption and personal interest in the upcoming elections.
Criticizing PPP and its allies, PML-N Quaid said politics is synonym of public service but they (PPP and its allies) have turned it into personal interest. He alleged that redressal of peoples’ problem has never remain PPP’s agenda.
Nawaz Sharif further said ‘main focus of PPP government is corruption and confrontation with judiciary’.
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|Tripped units at Guddu fixed, power supply resumes|
25 May 2013
JACOBABAD: Fourteen tripped units of Guddu Thermal Power Plant and a technical glitch in Dera Murad Jamali grid station have been fixed on Saturday morning, Geo news reported
The power supply to affected parts of Sindh and Balochistan have also resumed following the removal of technical faults.
Earlier, KESCO sources said that power supply to Jafferabad and Nasirabad among various areas was halted as a technical fault had occurred in Dera Murad Jamali grid station.
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|PIA plane lands at Manchester airport, probe continues|
25 May 2013
LONDON: A Pakistan International Airline (PIA) passenger plane, which was forced to land at a London airport after two travelers threatened to ‘explode the plane’ during their argument, has now arrived at Manchester.
According to the sources, British police arrested two people on suspicion of endangerment of aircraft after diverting Manchester-bound PIA flight PK-709 to land at Stansted airport following a mid-air alert.
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|Deal with IMF now will be self-defeating: Sartaj|
25 May 2013
LAHORE : Pakistan’s new leadership expects first results of its planned steps to shore up its finances and ease a power crisis in two or three months and only then should decide whether and on what terms to seek an IMF bailout, a senior policy adviser said on Friday.
Most economists, lenders and rating agencies say that the nation’s finances have reached such a critical stage that a deal with the International Monetary Fund will be necessary and the sooner it comes the better.
But Sartaj Aziz, ... Full Story