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The report said that there had been calls led by former Test captain and Cricket Australia (CA) Director Allan Border for an Argus-style review into issues faced by Australia in Asia. This prompted CA high performance chief Pat Howard to turn to India, which will also be taking on Australia for four Tests starting next month. Cricket 21 regularly provide series reviews to CA and also provided an analysis on Yasir Shah and Zulfiqar Babar before the start of Pakistan-Australia Tests, the report said, adding that the Australian side, however, failed to make the most out of it. Sunny Kaliyar, a former fast bowler and Cricket 21 employee, has been known as one of the CA's performance analysts. ISLAMABAD: Security forces in precise aerial strikes in Daras area of Khyber Agency killed 13 suspected terrorists including some foreigners on Tuesday, Pakistani military said. During the strikes, fighter jets destroyed three militant hideouts including an ammunition depot. Intelligence sources believe that the mastermind and handlers of Wagah border incident might be among the dead. The information, however, could not be verified independently due to restricted access for journalists in the area. At least 60 Pakistanis were killed during the popular flag-lowering ceremony on the India-Pakistan border at Wagah when the bomber tried to get as close as possible to the border earlier this month.
Claiming responsibility of the attack, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar – a splinter group of Pakistani Taliban, had said the attack was as much aimed at India as Pakistan. The strikes come as the Army is engaged in an offensive against local and foreign militants in the northwestern tribal regions of North Waziristan and Khyber.
Khyber is one of Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal regions in the area, where Pakistani Taliban and Al Qaeda-linked militants are said to have carved out strongholds. According to sources, more than 135 militants have been killed in operation Khyber-I, whereas 250 have been arrested, including some key commanders, since the start of the operation. Sources said those killed belong to various militants groups and organisations that are involved in subversive activities in various parts of the country.
Military sources told Dawn that the operation is progressing according to plan and will continue till the entire agency is cleared from all militant hideouts.
Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against LI hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara. The latest operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.
Pakistani fighter jets destroyed three militant hideouts including an ammunition depot during the strikes in Daras. ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Wednesday disclosed that the appointment of a new Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) will not be possible by tomorrow and the decision may take another week to ten days. Speaking to media representatives, he said the government will be unable to meet the deadline assigned by the Supreme Court as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Opposition Leader in the NA, Khursheed Shah are currently out of the country. It may be mentioned that the deadline assigned by the apex court is November 13, but no final decision in this regard has been made yet. Ishaq Dar further said that he is constantly in touch with Shah, however, it seems that the opposition leader and the premier still have not been able to come to an agreement regarding the name of which CEC contender should be sent to the Judicial committee. In the event that the government is unable to meet the deadline, they will have to refer to the Supreme Court and request another deadline when the Attorney General, who is also out of the country, returns. Justice Tariq Pervez and Justice Nasim Aslam Zahid are contending for the position of new CEC. QUETTA: At least five people were killed and two others injured on Wednesday in a firing incident in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province, police said. Police stated that the attackers sped away on their motorcycles after the attack which caused panic in the area. Police and Frontier Corps personnel reached the area as investigation into the incident went underway. This incident has come a day after a bomb explosion targeted a judge of the Anti Terrorist Court, killing one and injuring another 30 in double road area of Quetta. DERA ISMAIL KHAN: A spokesman for militant group Jundullah on Wednesday claimed that a delegation from the Islamic State group had visited the organisation's leaders in Balochistan. Jundullah spokesman Fahad Marwat said the visit took place this week in the Balochistan province. The TTP this week sacked its spokesman for announcing allegiance to the IS, which has captured large swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria and declared a self-styled caliphate, or Islamic empire, in the Middle East. One of the major reasons militant outfits are approaching the IS is due to the splint created within their network after a major military offensive, Zarb-i-Azb, and an intelligence-driven operation, Khyber-I, by the Pakistan's armed forces in parts of North Waziristan and Federally Administered Tribal Areas. Jundullah is the same outfit that had claimed responsibility for a deadly suicide attack on the Wagah border in Lahore, where more than 60 people were killed. Jundullah's spokesman had also said by telephone that the Wagah-border attack was a reaction to military's ongoing operation in the tribal region.
Earlier, the provincial government of Balochistan had conveyed a confidential report to the federal government and law enforcement agencies warning of increased footprints of IS, also known by the Arabic acronym Daish, in Pakistan. The report further stated that the IS plans to attack military installations and government buildings in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in retaliation to the army-led operations and also plans to target members of the Shia community.
The warning had come days after six top commanders of the outlawed TTP, including its now defunct spokesman Shahidullah Shahid, had announced their allegiance to IS's caliph Abu Bakar Al-Baghdadi.
Moreover, TTP chief for Orakzai Agency Saeed Khan, TTP chief for Kurram Agency Daulat Khan, TTP's Khyber Agency chief Fateh Gul Zaman, TTP’s Peshawar chief Mufti Hassan and TTP’s Hangu chief Khalid Mansoor had also announced their allegiance to Abu Bakar Al-Baghdadi. Wall-chalking has also begun to appear in support of IS in some cities of Pakistan, including Karachi and Khanewal. However, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Tuesday ruled out the presence of IS in the country.
ISLAMABAD: Russian envoy to Pakistan Alexey Dedov on Wednesday said that the MI-35 helicopter deal with Moscow and Islamabad is "politically approved", Radio Pakistan reported. In an interview with Radio Pakistan, Dedov said that the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu will visit Islamabad soon. While Dedov said the deal has been "politically approved", further negotiations on details of the political-commercial contract are in progress. The ambassador also said that Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu has talks with Pakistani counterparts on his agenda, to discuss the sale of defence equipment to Pakistan. Pakistan’s request for MI-35 helicopters has been on the table since 2009, but Russia had kept the issue pending because of the Indian factor.

Ambassador Dedov, however, had earlier maintained that there was no ban on selling defence equipment to Pakistan. MI-35s are multi-purpose military transport helicopters which can be used for combat missions. The Pakistan government has been saying that it genuinely needed these helicopters for counter-terrorism operations. RAWALPINDI: The 176th Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at General Headquarters on Wednesday. The corps commanders expressed resolve to continue operations till terrorists are eliminated and vowed that terrorists will not be allowed to regroup and return to these areas, nor will they be allowed any space across Pakistan. The COAS expressed complete satisfaction over progress made in the operations and gains achieved so far. The army chief also took the corps commanders into confidence over his recent visit to Kabul and said bilateral cooperation in the field of defence and security is increasing between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The meeting also reviewed the country's internal security along the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary. Last week, General Raheel had also held a meeting with Afghan president Asharaf Ghani Ahmadzai and senior military leaders in Kabul to discuss the security issues concerning both the countries. HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Wednesday said that deaths of children being reported in Tharparkar are largely on account of maternity related complications and not of hunger or food.
The chief minister was briefing journalists after chairing a special meeting of his provincial cabinet in local circuit house at district headquarters of Mithi. Senior provincial minister Nisar Khoro, Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon, Livestock Minsiter Jam Khan Shoro, Health Minister Jam Mahtab Dahar and others were also present. CM Shah denied that any child died of hunger or food and it was due to maternity stage problems that caused their deaths subsequently in hospitals. The CM said that government could not be held responsible for deaths caused by these complications.
He confidently said that Mithi district hospital is the best one in the whole region after Karachi and Hyderabad. Shah urged the media to show some large-heartedness now as it has been very ‘generous’ in its criticism of government’s performance regarding Thar.
He announced a number of measures being taken by the government to address prevailing situation in the desert region of Sindh. The measures include nutrition programme for children, establishment of reverse osmosis (ROs) plant, vaccination of livestock, chiller plant in collaboration with some NGO, midwifery training of 665 lady health workers (LHWs), four mobile units for each taluka of the district, appointment of 145 qualified veterinary doctors with 25 belonging to Thar and building of road networks.
Such migration of these groups towards barrage to work as farm labour during harvesting of Kharif crops harvesting and sowing of Rabi crops is a regular feature annually but only on a limited scale. Current migration is by and large the result of drought that is visiting Thar which didn’t get required rainfall since 2012. Sindh government is getting flak from opposition parties in and outside the Sindh Assembly while media is also projecting disturbing stories from the area, putting the elderly Shah led Sindh government in an uncomfortable position.
Two inquiry reports one by DIG Police Hyderabad Sanaullah Abbasi early this year and later by then retired Justice Zahid Kurban Alavi didn’t go down well with the government either. The DIG’s report that was submitted to the Sindh High Court, which was seized of the matter then was even described by Advocate General Sindh, Fatah Malik as a conspiracy to destabilise the Sindh government. During today’s press conference, CM Shah also said the government was committed to provision of basic facilities to people everywhere. He maintained that the health ministry has been with MQM for the last 20 year, adding that Saghir held the health portfolio since 2001 until recently. The chief minister disclosed that a nutrition programme was being initiated for children in Tharparkar and a project relating to marketing of milk from Thar has finalised in collaboration with the World Bank. ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Islamabad on Wednesday issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri, DawnNews reported.
The arrest warrants were issued for attacking the Pakistan Television (PTV) building and Parliament. The court also issued arrest warrants for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, PTI Vice-Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi, PTI leader Asad Umar and PAT leader Raheeq Abbasi. A case was registered against the above mentioned at secretariat police station in Islamabad. In September, charged protesters of PTI and PAT broke into the PTV headquarters, a state-owned media enterprise.
As soon as angry protesters entered the news headquarters of the state-owned television channel, they took over the programming control room and transmission was taken off air temporarily.
They also took away rare pictures, food items from canteen and even the sound system from the building’s mosque. Following the attack on PTV, the federal government termed it an act of "aggression and violence". The government had said that action would be taken in accordance with the law against those responsible for the attack. PTI Chairman Imran Khan and PAT chief Dr Tahirul Qadri during a protest rally in Islamabad. LAHORE: Following Lahore High Court’s observation, Chairperson Prime Minister Youth Loan Programme Maryam Nawaz, daughter of PM Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday announced that she has decided to resign voluntarily from the post, DawnNews reported. The LHC on Tuesday had given the federal government an opportunity to replace Maryam with another individual as chairperson of the programme.
The judge, however, said the court was showing grace by giving a chance to the government to change the chairperson in a lawful and transparent manner. In a statement issued today, Maryam Nawaz said that she will tender her resignation to the prime minister upon his arrival from recent official foreign trips. Later speaking exclusively to DawnNews, she said that the decision was taken without any pressure.
The tweet came as the LHC on Tuesday also expressed wonder over the combination of degrees – M.A. During the hearing, deputy attorney general Amir Rehman presented academic credentials of Maryam, but withdrew them after failing to answer a query whether the Ph.D. Defending the impugned appointment, the deputy attorney general argued that the office of the chairperson was not a public office but a sort of focal person. Maryam Nawaz says that she will tender her resignation to the premier upon his arrival from recent official foreign trips. LONDON: Terming the pledged over $40 billion Chinese investment as a “milestone” in the history of Pak-China relations, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said it would help address the years old energy crisis in Pakistan. Speaking to media representatives upon arrival from Berlin, he also set aside the impression that the investment from China was a loan, saying, “It is not a loan, but Chinese investment, which would benefit Pakistan a lot and further strengthen Pak-China ties”. He was appreciative of the Chinese government for their decision to make such a huge investment to help Pakistan meet its energy requirements.
Referring to PTI Chairman Imran Khan led anti-government protests, Sharif regretted that some elements did not want to see these issues resolved by his government. The prime minister termed his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel as positive and hoped that German companies would also make investment in Pakistan's energy sector. To a question about the impact of sit-ins on Pakistan's economy, Nawaz Sharif agreed that the sit-ins did affect the investors’ confidence, adding that the scheduled visits of the leaders from China, Sri Lanka, Qatar and Maldives were also postponed.
Prime Minister Sharif, in response to a question, said the operation against terrorists was currently ongoing in Pakistan.
Regarding the PTI's demand of including the country's intelligence agencies in the probe of alleged election rigging, the premier said politicians should not make such demands and the issue should be resolved within the given criteria.
To another question, Nawaz Sharif mentioned the appreciation of rupee against dollar as well as the record upward trend in the country's stock market as positive economic indicators.
Earlier, upon arrival the prime minister was received by representative of British Government, Nicholas Jarrold and Pakistan's High Commissioner to the UK, Syed Ibne Abbas along with the officials of the High Commission.
In addition, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will also call on the prime minister to discuss bilateral relations.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif talks to the media upon his arrival in London on a two-day official visit on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.
ISLAMABAD: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Wednesday that the appointment of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) was not possible by the Nov 13 deadline given by the Supreme Court to the government. The minister, who is also head of the parliamentary committee on electoral reforms, said it appeared that a week or 10 days more would be required to complete the process of CEC’s appointment. He said the leaders of the house and opposition in the National Assembly had held consultations and tried earnestly to complete the process by Nov 13. He said he was constantly in touch with Mr Shah who also had to go abroad for medical reasons. Mr Dar said he had checked with the legal side and even if a few more days were required it was hoped that only one list of nominees by the two sides would be forwarded to the parliamentary committee.

The minister also broke silence over the allegation repeatedly made by PTI Chairman Imran Khan that Mr Dar had confirmed under oath that he had done money-laundering for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. He said he knew many things which if exposed would not leave Mr Khan to show his face in public, but it was not appropriate to indulge in personal attacks. Responding to a question about allegations that the government had paid Rs2 billion to Dr Tahirul Qadri to end his sit-in, Mr Dar said he categorically denied the allegation, adding that the exchequer was trust of the people and as long as he was the finance minister not a single penny could be paid for such things. Responding to a question, he said Imran Khan was again trying to confuse people with his lies and clarified that as head of the negotiating team he had never even hinted at involvement of representatives of intelligence agencies in the judicial commission. He said three major slippages on the programme regarding net domestic assets, net international reserves and government borrowing were caused by $2.5bn worth of transactions delayed by the sit-ins in Islamabad. Mr Dar said the foundation of the economy was quite strong and the government would have to make extra efforts to make up for the losses caused by the sit-ins so as to achieve $15bn reserves by December end, enabling the country to start business with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development window of the World Bank. The minister said the government borrowing from the State Bank in the first four months of the current financial year was Rs104bn compared to Rs585bn last year.
Responding to a question on gas prices, he said the government did not want to burden domestic consumers with higher utility prices. Responding to a question, he said important vacant posts in regulators and public sector enterprises could not be filled because of court cases but the selection process had been completed as allowed by the court and fresh inductions would be notified as soon as the court so permitted. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Pulling and pushing the strider poles works your biceps, triceps, chest, shoulders and back muscles. The lean-to-steer turning system engages your core muscles – abdominal muscles, obliques, hip flexors and lower back muscles. The StreetStrider is like running on air – you get the natural jogging motion but without pounding the pavement. The StreetStrider burns 50% more calories than a bicycle and 13% more calories than a stationary elliptical. The high caloric burn rate will help you burn fat while strengthening and toning your muscles. You can experience increased circulation, decreased blood pressure and improvement in overall heart health. The StreetStrider is weight bearing because you are standing on your feet, unlike bicycling or swimming.
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He said the purpose of visit by the Islamic State group was to see how it could work to unite various Pakistani militant groups. Another TTP splinter group, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, had also claimed responsibility for the attack.
Daish has also formed a ten-member Strategic Planning Wing," the report from the Home and Tribal Affair Department of Balochistan had said. The report further stated that Alexey Dedov said the deal between Pakistan and Russia will help combat terrorism. However, Moscow has reportedly downgraded that status to ‘preferred partner’ after India diversified its defence procurements and increasingly began relying on Western sources for meeting its hardware requirements. Participants of the conference were given a detailed briefing on the overall security situation in the country, with particular reference to the progress of ongoing operations Zarb-e-Azb and Khyber-1, the ISPR reported. He paid rich tributes to the courage shown and sacrifices rendered by troops during the ongoing operations.
He is expected to meet with Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel and other members of the American defence establishment during the visit. Newborns get exposed to different ailments and when such children get seriously ill they are brought to hospitals,” he said and smilingly added: “As to what government has to do with these maternity problems or how can government be blamed for it”. He, however, added that government should be blamed for deaths of newborns and infants if these occur due to doctors’ negligence in hospital.
It is fully equipped and provide all facilities and even patients from Umerkot, Badin and Mirpurkhas reach this hospital, he added.
He also directed formation of two separate committees that would be headed by concerned provincial ministers with members of Sindh Assembly and media personnel as members.
Famine has triggered large scale migration of marginalised groups like Kolhis, Bheels and Meghwars but the first two communities outnumber Meghwars when it comes to migration to barrage areas. He was quite critical of former Sindh health minister and MQM Coordination Committee member, Dr Saghir Ahmed, saying that he never visited Thar. He should have heard from doctors here,” the CM said and added that: “If today Dr Saghir visits Mithi people will not event recognise him (as if he was health minister previously)”. He said holding of the chairperson’s post by Maryam Nawaz did not affect the disbursement of funds.
Prime Minister Sharif was confident that owing to his government's serious efforts, the years old energy crisis would be resolved during the current tenure of PML-N government. However, he added that if there was economic progress and prosperity in the country, it would also help address other issues including terrorism. He said before going abroad the prime minister had authorised him (Mr Dar) to remain in touch with the Leader of Opposition Khursheed Shah.
He said the law required the government and the opposition to forward three names each to the parliamentary committee on appointment of CEC but both sides were trying to forward less than six names by suggesting some common names as well. This included Sukuk bond, OGDCL divestment and IMF tranche of $550 million that were earlier scheduled between August and September. He, however, said the attorney general of Pakistan was working hard to convince the courts about the executive powers for imposition of gas infrastructure development cess that was imposed by the previous government and for which Rs146bn had been projected in the current federal budget. The StreetStrider allows you to break free from the boring gym and create your own workout adventure…outdoors!
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