Ghani sworn in as Afghan President, seeks peace talksAbdullah made chief executive, New leader wants end to foreign meddling
Kabul—Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as new president of Afghanistan on Monday and used his inaugural speech to call for Taliban insurgents to join peace talks after 13 years of war. The ceremony at the presidential palace in marked the country’s first democratic transfer of power and opened a new era after the rule of Hamid Karzai, president since the Taliban regime was ousted in 2001.
Govt continues serving masses despite sit-ins: NawazKashmiri leaders warmly welcome PM
SC rejects plea for restraining PM from workRefuses formation of larger bench
Islamabad—Supreme Court (SC) has rejected the plea for restraining Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif from performing his functions remarking “ it has to be decided first of all by us if the petition is maintainable or otherwise.
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