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Pakistan Parliament passes resolution against 'Charlie Hebdo' cartoons

Pakistan Parliament passes resolution against 'Charlie Hebdo' cartoons

Pakistan parliament on Thursday adopted a unanimous resolution against blasphemous caricatures published by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying it is a deliberate attempt to "widen misunderstandings among civilisations" and incite violence.

Pak Parliament passes counter-terrorism authority bill

Pakistan`s Parliament has passed a bill for setting up a new organisation that will integrate counter-terrorism efforts by different bodies in the wake of criticism of civilian law enforcement agencies by the powerful Army.

Pak govt plans joint sitting of Parliament next week

A joint sitting of the two Houses of Pakistan`s Parliament has been convened on February 6 to endorse the imposition of Governor`s Rule in Balochistan.

MFN-status to India: Pak Parliament panel voices reservations

A top Pakistani Parliamentary panel has expressed reservations about the government`s move to grant the Most Favoured Nation-status to India.

Pak Parl may be dissolved in Jan; elections by April

Pakistan`s Parliament is likely to be dissolved in January next year and a caretaker government installed to oversee elections to be held by April.

Strengthening Parliament only way forward: Pak PM

Ashraf`s remarks came ahead of a crucial hearing in the Supreme Court of the case related the reopening of graft charges against President Asif Ali Zardari in Switzerland.

Pak minority MPs demand protection for community

Parliamentarians from Pakistan`s minority communities complained of killing, robbery and harassment and demanded protection against such incidents.

Pak Parliament turns into boxing ring

Several lawmakers were seen raining blows on each other after a heated exchange.

Will appear before SC, Pak PM tells Parliament

If Gilani is convicted of contempt, he could face a
prison term of six months and be disqualified from holding
public office for five years.

Pak’s Hindu lawmakers walk out of Parliament

Lawmakers belonging to Pak`s minority Hindu community walked out of Parl to protest a top judge`s remarks that Hindus might be financing attacks in the country.

Pak Parl to examine 37 Musharraf-era ordinances

Pak Assembly is to meet Nov 2 to examine 37 ordinances promulgated by Mush, including the one granting immunity to politicians, militarymen and bureaucrats.