Kamran finished a 20 day bicycle trip from Kashgar China to Islamabad

Chairman POF meeting with Mr. Kamran Ali Shah son of a  POF employee who finished a 20 day bicycle trip from Kashgar China to Islamabad covering 1300 KMs approx with regarding to Pak China friendship to show the soft image of Pakistan.  Chairman POF Board encouraged the young man on exciting adventure and hoped that it would be a motivation for the youngsters of WAH cantt.

PTI got JI support in Taxila by polls

TAXILA: The Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) has succeed to got support of Jamaat-i-Islami in Taxila (PP-7)  by polls scheduled to be held onSeptember 26.

JI Ameer political affairs Attique Kashmiri flanked by PTI MNA Ghulam Sarwar Khan and candidate Ammar Siddique Khan while addressing press conference here at local hotel on Friday announced that his party would support PTI candidate in by polls and its workers would cast their votes in favor of Ammar Siddique son of  late and former MPA Sadeeq Khan .

‘Jamaat-i-Islami, a coalition partner of the PTI in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has announced to not field their candidate and support its collation political party.

PTI MNA Ghulam Sarwar while speaking on this occasion has termed the JI decision a milestone in  the success of party candidate. He revealed that more political groups, baradies and influential political groups would also join his party making   party candidate succeed on polling day. He came hard on PML N and accused the party candidate to use official resources and influence to effect election process. He said that PTI would not left the field to the ruling party. He also demanded deployment of rangers and army on the polling day to ensure free and fair elections.

Arthur asks Pakistan seniors to shape up or ship out

LONDON: Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has warned senior members of the team to perform or get ready to be replaced by youngsters.

“I told the players that nobody is safe and if you are over 30 I am afraid you have to come to the table more often than not otherwise it gives us an opportunity to blood some younger players,” Arthur said ahead of Pakistan’s second ODI against England at Lord’s.

“Nobody is safe in this one-day side and they need to step up,” said the head coach in an obvious reference to the struggling duo of Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik.

After losing the first ODI to England by 44 runs, Pakistan are now aiming to bounce back in the series.

The Pakistan team underwent a long and intense training session ahead of the second ODI in an attempt to correct the mistakes they committed in the first match at Southampton.

Arthur said Pakistan, at the moment, have nothing to lose and he wants to give players the freedom to express themselves, but the message to players is very clear: step up or the management will find someone else who can step up for the team.

The head coach also added that Pakistan are looking to find a way to include Yasir Shah in the playing eleven for upcoming matches against England.

“Yasir Shah is an option, without a doubt and we have got to find way to include him. We need wickets in the middle and wickets will be key, particularly against the side like England who bat that deep and we can only stop them from scoring by taking wickets,” he added.

“It’s a catch-22 situation for us. We have two all-rounders and both left-armers are different. Imad can bowl in the power play and Nawaz’s lengthens the batting as well,” Arthur said.

It’s a girl! Shahid Kapoor and Mira Kapoor welcome their first child

Shahid Kapoor and Mira Kapoor have been blessed with a baby daughter!

An ecstatic Shahid took to Twitter on Friday night to break news of his baby girl’s arrival.

Instantly, the Bollywood fraternity reacted with an outpour of love for the new parents, sending them congratulatory messages.

Mira was admitted to a local hospital in Khar, Mumbai on August 24. Though the delivery was dated around mid-September, Mira gave birth on August 26. Doctors state the mother and child are doing fine and that they will be discharged in a couple of days, reported Indian Express.

Shahid Kapoor had been anxiously waiting for this moment for a while now, and this was clear from his Insta uploads of his then pregnant wife Mira Kapoor.

The doting dad shared memorable moments just days ahead of his baby’s arrival.

Shahid and Mira tied the knot in July 2015. Wishing the new parents lots love and happiness on the arrival of their first born.

PTI resolution seeks halt to salaries of PM, ministers

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has submitted a resolution seeking stoppage of salaries of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his ministers until salaries are paid to the employees of Pakistan Steel Mills and other corporations.

The resolution, submitted by MNA Asad Umar, is likely to be discussed in the first week of the next month as the president has already summoned sessions of the National Assembly on Sept 2 and of the Senate on Sept 5.

In his resolution, Mr Umar, who also heads the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Industries and Production, has expressed concern over the delay in payment of salaries to the employees of Steel Mills and other corporations and suggested that salaries of the PM and ministers should be stopped to ensure early payment of dues to the employees.

Imran Khan condemns attack on his party’s leaders Faisal Vawda and Imran Ismail in Karachi

Attack on PTI leaders

PTI chairman Imran Khan condemned the attack on his party’s leaders Faisal Vawda and Imran Ismail in Karachi and said the timing and context of the attack were extremely important as they were returning after submitting evidence to the National Accountability Bureau about revelations made in the Panama Papers.

“The armed attack on the PTI leaders at a time when the party is demanding a fair and thorough investigation into the Panama leaks is highly significant,” he said, adding that the attack appeared to be an attempt to terrify the PTI and its ranks to silence the most credible voice against rampant corruption and plunder of public wealth by the rulers.

The federal government, he alleged, had failed to protect the lives of not only innocent people in Karachi but also leaders of the opposition parties, especially the PTI, who under the Constitution were empowered to hold the rulers accountable.

Mr Khan said his party had always raised its voice against miscreants in Karachi who, at the behest of foreign forces, played havoc with the lives of innocent people and were responsible for bloodshed and unrest in the city.

He said the PTI was determined to stand up and challenge all those who wanted to destabilise the country either by creating unrest or weakening the nation through corruption and money laundering and refusing accountability.

Mr Khan said it was unfortunate to see the prime minister having been completely indifferent to the new wave of hate and terror in the aftermath of the most controversial speech by MQM chief Altaf Hussain as his muted response had caused disappointment among the masses and they found no reason to believe that the PM and his government had failed to protect integrity and sovereignty of the country.

Alleging that both the federal and provincial governments have failed to maintain law and order in Karachi, he asked Rangers to thoroughly investigate the attack on the PTI leaders and bring the culprits to justice as early as possible.