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Pakistan completed tasks against money laundering/ terror financing, FATF

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4 mn read Much awaited, good news for Pakistan; Financial Action Task Force (FATF) gave a green signal to exclude Pakistan from its ‘Gray List’. It is said in the FATF declaration that Pakistan has completed its task against money laundering and terror financing, soon FATF team will visit Pakistan and verify the actions done.

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Prime suspect of Mumbai Blast Case 1993 Abu Bakar is arrested in UAE in an operation held by Indian Intelligence agencies

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4 mn read Indian Intelligence agencies arrested one of India’s most wanted terrorists in UAE. The accused is said to be involved in 1993 bomb blasts in Mumbai that killed 257 innocent people and injured 713, after 12 coordinated blasts on March 12, 1993. In a successful operation held by Indian agencies abroad, terrorist Abu Bakar involved in explosive and arms training in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, transporting RDX used in the serial blasts and planning, conspiracy at Dawood Ibrahim’s home in Dubai, according to the information.

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Change in Regime: Imran Khan Out, Shahbaz Sharif In

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5 mn read After successful ‘vote of no confidence’ Imran Khan has been removed from the power and the opposition party Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) along with allied parties formed the coalition government in the country. The National Assembly has elected PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif as the new Leader of the House (PM), after which Shahbaz Sharif has become the 23rd Prime Minister of Pakistan.

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Indian expert on Pakistan’s ongoing constitutional crisis: Imran Khan likely to lose

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3 mn read Ongoing constitutional crisis in Pakistan is nothing new and has been observed several times in history. None of the administration so far has completed its 5 years of power in the nation, after freedom. According to the information, initial 10 years witnessed 7 Prime Ministers, one by one. Out of which, administration that served longest was of Liaquat Ali Khan’s for 4 years. And later he was killed in 1951. The present administration is going through a similar situation, where anytime Imran Khan (Current Prime Minister) can lose his chair. On Sunday, opposition party came with no confidence motion in Pakistan’s National Assembly to dissolve current ruling party. However, Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser ruled no confidence vote, calling it conspiracy of opposition and foreign powers.

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