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Wednesday, October 17th, 2018


Shahid Khan Drops Bid to Buy London’s Iconic Wembley Stadium

LONDON; Oct 17, 2018: Shahid Khan, the Pakistani-American businessman, has withdrawn his offer to buy Wembley Stadium from the Football Association, reports Keir Radnege. Khan, the owner of Premier League Fulham and Jacksonville Jaguars of American gridiron’s NFL, had offered £600m which had been promoted positively to the FA board by chairman Greg Clarke and ceo Martin Glenn. However many members of the larger, supervisory FA Council were not convinced. Under the terms of Khan’s offer the FA would have retained the income from Club Wembley hospitality which it valuedRead More

The ‘Untouchable’ Malik Riaz, Believed To Have Left The Country In His Private Aircraft

Having been given early warning, Malik Riaz is believed to have left the country in his private aircraft. One may ask how did he manage to transfer huge sums abroad, particularly to the UK? Without money-laundering how could he manage to acquire vast property in the UK, and what is the British Government going to do about it? IKRAM SEHGAL: In 2013, Shoaib Suddle, the Federal Tax Ombudsman investigating Malik Riaz and Arsalan Iftikhar, son of former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, ordered the the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) toRead More

Hanging of Zainab’s Rapist, Murderer and 3445 Child Abuse Cases in 2017

The hanging of Zainab’s rapist and murderer in Kasur came coincidentally the same day a Senate Committee heard formal briefings from authorities on child abuse in the country ISLAMABAD (Oct 17, 2018): Zainab’s rapist and murderer Imran Ali was hanged to death in the wee hours of Wednesday in Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat Central Jail. Imran Ali was convicted for the rape and murder of six-year-old Zainab Amin in Kasur district of Punjab earlier this year and ordered by court to be hanged to death. The serial rapist was executed inRead More

Pakistan Navy’s SAIF Arrives in Saudi Arabia After Participating in Exercises With Turkey

RIYADH, OCT 17, 2018: Pakistan Navy ship ‘SAIF’ arrived in Saudi Arabia’s western port of Jeddah after participating in joint exercises with the Turkish navy in the Eastern Mediterranean days earlier. The exercises held in Turkey (28 September to 7 October) were aimed at enhancing interoperability between participating navies through the development of combined tactics, techniques and practices. The multinational naval exercise Mavi Balina 2018 (Blue Whale) included practicing anti-submarine defense led by Turkish Naval Forces. Naval and air forces from Turkey, NATO, the United States, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Algeria, Qatar,Read More

Pak Navy Commissions Domestically Built Fleet Tanker PNS Moawin

ISLAMABAD; Oct 17, 2018: The Pakistan Navy (PN) has commissioned a new indigenously built fleet tanker in a ceremony held at the naval dockyard in Karachi. The new tanker –biggest warship ever constructed at Karachi Shipyard –is expected to boost the nation’s maritime security which has taken up added dimension with the China Pakistan Economic Corridor. Named PNS Moawin (with pennant number 39), the 158.4 m-long vessel, which displaces about 17000 tons at full load, entered service with the PN on 16 October during an event attended by President ArifRead More