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Govt puts no demands for Ali Gilani, Taseer release yet: Yousaf Shah

PESHAWAR: Maulana Yousaf Shah said that the government hasn t formally demanded the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to release Ali Gilani and Shahbaz Taseer, adding that there was no deadlock between the government and the Taliban. One of the members of Taliban negotiating committee Maulana Yousaf Shah said that the government hasn’t forwarded any of their demands. Meanwhile, Professor Ibrahim said that haven’t contacted...

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Five Taliban militants killed in FR Peshawar operation

PESHAWAR: Five Taliban insurgents, a key militant commander among them, were killed in a clash with security forces in Frontier Region (FR) Peshawar on Sunday. According to sources, security forces launched an operation in a semi-tribal area of Peshawar and killed Jangraiz Khan, a key commander of the banned TTP, and his four accomplices.  Jangraiz group was involved in various acts of terrorism in FR Peshawar, Matni, Budhbir,...

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Speed breakers in peace talks must be removed: Siraj

PESHAWAR: Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Siraj ul Haq here on Sunday said that the speed breakers in the way of peace talks must be removed. Talking to media, Siraj ul Haq hoped that the talks would be resumed soon and bring good results. About the Protection of Pakistan Ordinance (PPO), Siraj said that this is like Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) laws. He asked the government to review the controversial PPO. ...

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Govt, Taliban peace talks to resume from tomorrow: Maulana Yusuf Shah

KOHAT: Coordinator of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) talks committee, Maulana Yusuf Shah here on Sunday said that the Taliban-government talks after deadlock would begin again from tomorrow. Talking to media, Maulana Yusuf Shah said that there was no split in Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), as all the groups operating under one umbrella and supports the TTP talks with the government. Maulana Yusuf Shah said that talks with the...

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Peace negotiation to resume soon: Rustam Shah

PESHAWAR: Member of government talks committee, Rustam Shah Mohmand here on Sunday said that the process of peace talks with Taliban would restart soon. Talking to media, Rustam Shah Mohmand said that they should clearly tell the situation in a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Rustan Shah said that the future strategy would be decided now as the PM had returned from abroad. He also stated that the meeting would discuss the...

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Infighting among TTP groups not linked with dialogue process: Shahidullah

PESHAWAR: Spokesman of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Shahidullah Shahid here on Sunday distances TTP from the ongoing infighting among TTP groups and said that the TTP has nothing to do with the ongoing fighting between the two rival groups, however, he said efforts were afoot for a truce between the warring groups. Shahidullah Shahid said that a section of the media has launched a propaganda campaign on the pretext of...

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'Sehat Ka Insaf' campaign underway in 4 KP district

PESHAWAR: The 'Sehat Ka Insaf' campaign is underway to vaccinate children against polio and other crippling disease in four districts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Sehat ka Insaf will be conducting its 11th round in Peshawar today – one cycle away from completing its campaign in the district. After the 10th round last Sunday, Minister for Health Shahram Khan Tarakai said the success of the child healthcare drive prompted...

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Baba Haider Zaman asks PM to keep his word on Hazara province

ABBOTTABAD: Babar Haider Zaman, chief of Hazara Province Movement, called for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to honor his commitment regarding creation of separate Hazara province in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  Baba Haider Zaman made this demand at a public gathering held to commemorate the killing of seven people in police firing during a rally on April 12, 2010. Zaman said that federal and provincial governments should refrain from pushing...

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Dead body of abducted Master Younus found in Peshawar

PESHAWAR: Police here on Saturday found the dead body of Master Younus from Zawari Chowk in Peshawar. Master Younus was abducted by the Tariq group of the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).  Police said that terrorists have also left a letter along with body. In the letter they warned that no one should pick the body till 8:00 PM.  ...

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Peace talks situation to clear in few days: Maulana Shah

PESHAWAR: Coordinator of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) negotiation committee Maulana Yousuf Shah here on Saturday said that the situation in ongoing peace talks will clear up in a few days. Talking to media persons, Maulana Yousuf Shah said that developments are taking place in peace talks and people will hear good news in this regard in couple of days. Yousuf Shah said that efforts will be made to convince TTP to extend cease...

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Ban on motorbikes in Peshawar on Sunday

PESHAWAR: Deputy Commissioner Peshawar, under Section-144, has imposed ban on running motorcycle the whole day on Sunday on the occasion of ‘Sehat Ka Insaaf’ campaign in district Peshawar. The 'Sehat Ka Insaf' campaign will be held on Sunday in Peshawar, Mardan, Swabi, Charsadda and Nowshera to vaccinate children against polio virus....

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Dead-lock like situation in govt-Taliban peace talks: Prof Ibrahim

PESHAWAR: Member of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) proposed negotiating committee, Professor Ibrahim here on Saturday said that no development has taken place so far in the peace talks process. Talking to media, Professor Ibrahim said that the Taliban side is waiting for reply from the government and delay in response created concern. He said that the government seemed in trouble and confusion. The negotiator said that for the success...

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"Mind your tongue, don't take advantage of relationship with PM": CM Khattak warns Abid Sher Ali

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Pervez Khattak lashed out at state minister for water and power on Friday, saying that Abid Sher Ali should mind his tongue and rid Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) of bribes instead of leveling allegations against Pakhtuns. According to reports, a verbal war has started between state minister Abid Sher Ali and chief ministers of provincial governments after federal government...

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