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‘Decisive war’ against rulers on Nov 30: Imran

‘Decisive war’ against rulers on Nov 30: Imran

Pledges to continue sit-in in Islamabad

Our Correspondent

Gujrat—Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Imran Khan has given call to entire Pakistan to attend the sit-in in Islamabad on Nov 30. He said that he will not leave the container without Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation. “I will continue standing for human rights in Islamabad sit-in”, he said.
India plans new infrastructure projects along border

India plans new infrastructure projects along border

Rajnath claims, ‘Peace with honour’ most important requirement for friendly relations

Greater Noida—Unfazed by China’s objections to development of border areas, the government on Friday announced setting up of 54 new border outposts and a Rs 175 crore package for beefing up the infrastructure along the border in Arunachal Pradesh. The announcement was made by Union home minister Rajnath Singh even as he made it clear that India wanted to solve the border dispute with China through dialogue, asserting “peace with honour” was most important requirement for building good friendly relations with that country and other neighbours.
60 militants mowed down in KA operation

60 militants mowed down in KA operation

Thousands of families shifted to safe places

Tariq Saeed

Peshawar—As the Operation Khyber 1 , the second leg of Zarb-e-Azb, initiated against the insurgents in Khyber agency advanced to eighth day on Friday, the security forces claimed to have mowed down as many as 60 militants besides destroying dozens of terrorist’s hideouts during the last one week. The ongoing operation also forced thousands of families to flee the infighting and shift towards safer places including the provincial metropolis Peshawar.

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