Sunday, December 16, 2018

New dams are matter of life and death in Pakistan: CJP Saqib Nisar

“No charity or organisation authorised or allowed to collect and deposit the donations in its account”; warns CJP Saqib Nisar Nation special report LONDON: Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court Mian Saqib Nisar has categorically stated...

Nafees Zakaria discusses investment, other issues with Dr. Mahathir Mohammad

KUALALUMPUR: Pakistan’s High Commissioner, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria, called on the Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr. Mahathir Mohammad here on Thursday and conveyed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s greetings and thanks for the warm hospitality and...

Great Melad procession and congregation

LONDON: In a humble bid to pay homage to beloved last Prophet Muhammad (SAW), 35th great annual Eid-Melad procession and religious gathering were held in Walthamstow, east London on Sunday (November 25). The...

Second referendum would lead to collapse of Brexit deal: Theresa May

LONDON:Theresa May has pushed back against calls for a second Brexit referendum, warning it would mean unpicking the deal agreed with Brussels. Appearing before senior MPs, the Prime Minister refused to be drawn on...

Man arrested over sex assault in Glasgow

GLASGOW: A man has been arrested over the sexual assault of a teenager in Glasgow city centre. The 17-year-old girl was allegedly attacked on Sauchiehall Street on Wednesday night. East Bath Lane, near Buchanan Galleries...

Theresa May faces another tough test but wins key Cabinet minister backing

LONDON: Prime Minister Theresa May faces a tough grilling from senior MPs over her controversial Brexit agenda, but has been boosted by strong backing from a prominent Cabinet Leave supporter. The Prime Minister is expected...

Sajid Javid ‘hopes’ immigration plans will be published before Brexit deal vote

LONDON: Home Secretary Sajid Javid has cast doubt on whether plans for Britain’s future immigration system will be unveiled before MPs vote on the Brexit deal. He told the Commons Home Affairs Committee a...

Muslim students raise £1m for charity in one week

LONDON: Muslim students from around the UK set a new record by raising over £1 million during Charity Week (where student Islamic societies raise funds for Islamic Relief). The total was announced at the...

Jagtar’s case discussed at Commons and HA Committee

LONDON: A campaign to get a Sikh Jagtar Singh Johal released from India has geared up in the UK urging Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt to meet the family of the Scottish Sikh who is...

Muslim teacher jailed for 14 years over sex abuse

WOLVERHAMPTON: A Muslim teacher has been jailed for 14 years for sexual assaults against two young girls – prompting police to urge other potential victims to come forward. Faruque Ahmed, 46, abused the victims...