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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who stay beneath the fixed menace of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police at this time mentioned.They mentioned they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson mentioned.The assembly was convened within the wake of current ceasefire violations by Pakistan that compelled villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the participa...
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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who reside below the fixed menace of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police at this time mentioned.They mentioned they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson mentioned.The assembly was convened within the wake of latest ceasefire violations by Pakistan that pressured villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the participat...
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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who dwell beneath the fixed risk of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police right this moment stated.They stated they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson stated.The assembly was convened within the wake of current ceasefire violations by Pakistan that compelled villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the participation ...
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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who reside beneath the fixed risk of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police right this moment stated.They stated they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson stated.The assembly was convened within the wake of current ceasefire violations by Pakistan that pressured villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the participation...
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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who dwell underneath the fixed menace of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police in the present day mentioned.They mentioned they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson mentioned.The assembly was convened within the wake of latest ceasefire violations by Pakistan that pressured villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the ...
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J&K border dwellers demand licences for firearms for protection against Pakistani troops- Zari News

JAMMU: Residents of border villages who dwell beneath the fixed menace of firing by Pakistani troops andmilitant assaults have demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir authorities grant them licences to maintain firearms, police as we speak stated.They stated they wanted weapons to defend themselves within the occasion of a militant assault.At a gathering of police and border dwellers in Samba, the residents of the border belt demanded they be given licences to guard themselves from ultras, a police spokesperson stated.The assembly was convened within the wake of current ceasefire violations by Pakistan that compelled villagers to hunt shelter in safer locations.The assembly, chaired by SSP Samba Anil Magotra on the Rajpura police station, noticed the participation of n...
Pakistan summons India’s Deputy High Commissioner over ‘ceasefire violations’ along LoC- Zari News
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Pakistan summons India’s Deputy High Commissioner over ‘ceasefire violations’ along LoC- Zari News

An Military patrol close to the Line of Management in Jammu and Kashmir. (File photograph) ISLAMABAD: Zari Information summoned India's Deputy Excessive Commissioner for the second time this week over the alleged "ceasefire violations" by Indian troops alongside the Line of Management which resulted within the dying of two civilians.     Director Basic (South Asia and SAARC) Dr Mohammad Faisal summoned J P Singh and "condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations" by the Indian forces in Rawalakot/Chirikot Sector, the International Workplace stated. A "sturdy protest was lodged on the unprovoked ceasefire violations" which killed two civilians, it claimed. Two civilians, together with a lady, had been additionally injured, it added.     "The deliberate f...
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Pakistan appoints Zafar Mahmood Abbasi as Navy chief- Zari News

ISLAMABAD: Zari Information appointed Vice-Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi as new Chief of Naval Workers to exchange Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah who will retire on October 6.In keeping with a press release by the Prime Minister's Home, President Mamnoon Hussain permitted the appointment of Abbasi on the recommendation of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Abbasi will stand promoted to the rank of Admiral from the date he assumes cost of the workplace of the Chief of the Naval Workers. In Pakistan, all providers chiefs are appointed by the president on the suggestion of the prime minister who has last say in such appointments.
Pakistan court rejects Ishaq Dar’s petition against his indictment in Panama Papers case- Zari News
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Pakistan court rejects Ishaq Dar’s petition against his indictment in Panama Papers case- Zari News

Pakistan's Finance Minister Ishaq Dar (Photograph | AP) ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani courtroom as we speak rejected a petition by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar towards his indictment by an anti-corruption courtroom within the Panama Papers scandal.Dar, 67, had challenged his indictment within the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) yesterday for possessing belongings past his recognized sources of revenue. Dar's counsel Khawaja Harris requested the courtroom that the indictment by the Accountability Courtroom was towards the legislation because it failed to present sufficient time to the defence lawyer to organize the case.The 2-judge bench of Justice Athar Minallah and Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb rejected the petition by observing that the Accountability C...