Rawalpindi News

Wednesday 22nd October 2014
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Population: Approx 155,058
Longitude: 73.13
Latitude: 33.6
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Country: Pakistan (PK)
Weather Station: Islamabad Airport
(about 2 miles away)

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ISLAMABAD: Despite security threats and tense atmosphere after the recent sectarian killings in Rawalpindi, the Punjab government has withdrawn security provided to top leader of Majlis Wahdatul Muslimeen (MWM).
PTI, PAT want to contest LG polls to bring 'revolution': Saad
RAWALPINDI: Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique Thursday said Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) wanted to contest local government (LG) elections for bringing so-called 'revolution and independence'.
General Raheel visits Gilgit, attends commanding officers conference
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif visited Gilgit and attended the annual commanding officers conference held at the Northern Light Infantry Regimental Centre, Bunji on Wednesday.
Any provocation along LOC to be responded effectively: COAS
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Friday visited troops deployed in forward localities along Line of Control (LOC) near Jhelum and reiterated that any provocation along the Line of Control will be responded effectively.
Prison guard shoots blasphemy accused inside Adiala Jail - Newspaper - DAWN.COM
ISLAMABAD/RAWAL PINDI: A prison guard at the Adiala Jail shot and injured on Thursday a 71-year-old British-Pakistani man impri soned over blasphemy charges.
Pak Army fully prepared to deter, defeat any form of aggression: COAS
RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif said on Tuesday that Pakistan Army is fully prepared to deter and defeat any form of aggression across the entire spectrum of threat.
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Sports Headlines

Myanmar fined over fans' pitch invasion
KUALA LUMPUR: Asia's football governing body has warned Myanmar they will be ordered to play behind closed doors if they fail to rein in their fans after fining them $24,000 for a pitch invasion last week.
Pak-Bahrain women series to provide a boost for the SA event
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) believes the Pak-Bahrain Women Series kicking-off this month would give the female team a boost for the South Asian event saying the federation is focused on providing all facilities to women.
Deans backs Cheika to handle Australian rugby politics
WELLINGTON: "Vested interests" are holding back Australian rugby but Wallabies coach-in-waiting Michael Cheika may be equipped to negotiate the labyrinthine off-field politics, according to the team's former mentor Robbie Deans.
Nepal implementing ‘corrective measures’, says FIFA
BERNE: Nepal's football association (ANFA) is implementing "corrective measures" amid allegations from its own senior officials about embezzlement of funds, soccer's governing body FIFA said on Monday.
Asian boss backs Blatter for re-election
KUALA LUMPUR: Asia's football chief threw his support behind FIFA president Sepp Blatter's re-election bid Saturday as the 78-year-old looked increasingly certain to win a fifth term.
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