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CPNE forms Medium Size and Regional Editors Committee2017/09/16
KARACHI: Zia Shahid, President CPNE has announced Medium Size and Regional Editors Committee for the tenure of 2017-18. 
Ghulam Nabi Chandio has been appointed as Chairman and Bashir Ahmed Memon as Deputy Chairman of the committee. A statement issued by Secretary General Aijaz ul Haq states that Medium Size and Regional Editors Committee has been approved in the last session of Standing Committee's meeting. 
According to statement the formation of committee aims to depend and promote the right of local press on Local, Provisional and Federal Government, to work for local issues faced by the regional editors, to have information about all regional newspapers, and to emphasize on government regarding the implementation of right to effective role of regional editor. The committee will have to submit its suggestions / recommendations to the Standing Committee. 
Other members of the committee are: Tahir Farooq (Daily Ittehad), Arif Baloch (Daily Balochistan Express), Syed Khalil-ur-Rehman (Daily Jang), Nawaz Dogar (Daily Express), Tanveer Shoukat (Daily Ghareeb), Irfan Athar (Daily Tijarat), Syed Muhammad Munir Jillani (Daily Paigham), Sher Muhammad Khauhawar (Daily Appeal), Mumtaz Tahir (Daily Aftab), Nasir Dad Baloch (Daily Sindh Sujag), Javed Ahmed (Daily Aitemad), Javed Mehr Shamsi (Daily Kaleem), Akmal Chohan (Daily Wafa), Humayoon Gulzar (Daily Seyadat), Humayoon Tariq (Daily Business Report), Kashif Hussain Memon (Daily Budget), Kazi Mustafa (Daily Ibrat), Mangal Das Arwani (Daily Hilal-e- Pakistan), Younus Mahar (Daily Halchal), Mashooq Ali Jatoi (Daily Fast Times), Masood Khan (Daily Riyasat), Mohsin Bilal (Daily Ausaf), Mumtaz Ahmed Sadiq (Daily Azadi), Muhammad Anwar Nasir (Daily Balochistan News), Rafiq Ahmed Pirzada (Daily Pak Sindh), Syed Muhammad Raza Shah (Daily Jaago), Yahya Khan Sadozai (Daily Lead Pakistan), Zubair Mahmood (Daily Soorat-e-Hal), Imtiaz Qazi (Daily Tameer-e-Sindh), Shams-ud-Doha (Daily Al-Falah) and Sardar Naeem (Daily Quaid). - NNI

SSP (Operation) gets ECP's arrest warrant against Imran Khan2017/09/16
ISLAMABAD: Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday dispatched the bailable arrest warrant of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan to the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Operation Islamabad.
The warrant was issued by Additional Director General (Law) ECP on the order of Chief Election Commissioner, directing the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Operation Islamabad to arrest the PTI chief and produce him before commission on September 25 ...

Pak cannot afford conflict among institutions: Saad2017/09/16
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Railways and the senior member of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Khawaja Saad Rafique on Friday stated that Pakistan cannot afford conflict among institutions.
Speaking to media in Islamabad, the minister said it is obligatory for everyone to respect judiciary as well as the parliament. He said the PML-N had reservations over formation and working process of the Panama joint investigation team (JIT).
"We expected this outcome, yet we approached the Supreme Court to have our reservations redressed and the record set straight through the review petitions," the railway minister said. He further stressed that practice of no-confidence on institutions over few decisions should be avoided. It will only spread anarchy, he added. 
Rafique said the Sharif family had for the umpteenth times expressed their reservations over the constitution of a joint investigation team by the court to investigate the Panama Papers and the way it carried out the investigation.
In a veiled criticism of the Supreme Court judges for their reference to Mario Puzo's Godfather in the Panama Papers verdict and Sicilian mafia during the hearing of Panama Papers case, he said: "Our leadership is neither godfather nor mafia."
The railway minister said despite conspiracies being hatched against Nawaz Sharif, his popularity has increased in public. He said the parliament should also be given the same respect as the judiciary, adding that Pakistan could not afford any confrontation between state institutions.
Dispelling the impression of any rifts within the party, Rafique said his party was united under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.
On the other hand, PML-N leader Anusha Rehman expressed disappointment over dismissal of review petitions by the Supreme Court. She said the verdict does not contain any order regarding protection of fundamental rights.
Earlier today, Supreme Court dismissed an appeal from former prime minister Nawaz Sharif against his disqualification in the Panama Papers case.
The case against the prime minister stemmed from the Panama Papers leak last year, which spurred media frenzy over the extravagant lifestyles and high-end London property portfolio of the Sharif dynasty.
"All these review petitions are dismissed," said Supreme Court justice Asif Saeed Khosa who oversaw the five-member review panel.
In a long-winded appeal demanding that his case be reviewed, Sharif's legal team presented 19 points challenging the court's judgement, saying the ruling suffered "from errors floating on the surface".
The Supreme Court has also ordered the country's anti-corruption watchdog, the National Accountability Bureau, to open a criminal case against Sharif, his sons - Hussain and Hassan - and his daughter Maryam. - NNI

6 FC men hurt in twin Torkham blasts2017/09/16

PESHAWAR: Security officials said on Friday that as many as six Frontier Constabulary (FC) personnel were injured in two consecutive blasts at Pak-Afghan Torkham border. 
The FC personnel, who were deployed at the gate, and a passerby child received injuries as a result of the two blasts ...

Sheikh Rashid terms Hudaibiya Paper Mills 'Mother of all Crimes'2017/09/16
ISLAMABAD: Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid while throwing tantrums at Sharif family said that their lawyer failed to found any mistake and legal irregularity in the Panama case verdict of Supreme Court.
His statement came as the SC dismissed all review petitions filed by ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his children and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar against the Panama Papers judgment.
The court maintained the decision of disqualifying former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for violating Article 62(1)(f) of the constitution.
Sheikh Rashid notified that Sharif family lawyers only argued over the past facts but the SC verdict was comprehensive, authentic and historical that all the review petitions were dismissed by the court. While terming Hudaibiya Paper Mills "Mother of all Crimes", Rashid pronounced, "Trial will be held of these cases especially the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case. I am hopeful that Nawaz Sharif will appear before the court on September 19 over the reference filed against him."
Earlier, Sheikh Rashid said that if NAB files a reference against the Sharif family today with honesty then it will be second victory for them after the Panama Papers case. The AML chief went on to say that maybe he will visit Qatar to obtain the real documents of LNG case which will be their third victory. - NNI

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