Today's Top News Pakistan

Zardari welcomes judges’ restoration
ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari on Friday said that he would always bow his head before their lordships, the judges, irrespective of whether he was the president or an ordinary citizen.

Justice Dogar retires today
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar, who is going to retire today (Saturday).

Nawaz invites PM to lunch at Raiwind
ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister and PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif on Friday invited Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to a luncheon meeting at his residence in Raiwind near Lahore on Sunday.

Nawaz threatens street agitation again
LAHORE: PML-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif has said his party will achieve its national agenda of scrapping the 17th Amendment, achieving the supremacy of parliament and eliminating outdated system till March 2010.

Obama offers Iran new start
WASHINGTON/TEHRAN: US President Barack Obama made his warmest offer yet of a fresh start in relations with Iran, which cautiously welcomed the overture but said on Friday it was waiting for “practical steps”,

19 projects to add 3,504 megawatts to national grid this year
LAHORE: At least 3,504 megawatts (MW) of electricity generating capacity would be added to the national grid by December 2009, which will help end loadshedding in the country.

PML-Q MPs seek action against forward bloc members
LAHORE: The PML-Q parliamentary committee meeting has stressed the party leadership to defend its mandate and issue show-cause notices to the forward bloc parliamentarians. T

US, Western media analyse Zardari’s role
WASHINGTON: Pakistan and President Asif Ali Zardari remain hot in the news in the US and Western media with focus on what will happen after his apparent defeat and humiliation and weakening of political power.

Nawaz quotes Bulleh Shah on future ties with PPP
NEW DELHI: Pakistan Muslim League-N Quaid says his party is ready to bury the hatchet if the ruling PPP ensures implementation of the Charter of Democracy (CoD) in letter and spirit.

Landikotal rocket attacks toll hits 10
LANDIKOTAL: The death toll from Thursday night’s rocket attacks reached 10 as two more bodies were recovered on Friday.

Asfandyar calls for ending political impasse in Punjab
ISLAMABAD: Awami National Party President Asfandyar Wali Khan on Friday called for respecting the mandate of all the stakeholders in the Punjab, advocating an early end to the political impasse in the province.

US mulls sending more civilians to Afghanistan
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obamaís administration is studying plans to send more civilians to Afghanistan to complement a surge of US armed forces there, a senior US official said.

Mumbai accused remanded to FIA custody By Khalid Iqbal RAWALPINDI:
The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) No II, Rawalpindi, has given another accused of the Mumbai attacks into FIA custody for 11-day.

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