Fazal E Umar soccer League is about to kick-off with all the excitement and charm with a few weeks of fully skilled and professional football in Rabwah. The schedule of the league has also been announced and teams are ready to take each other to win the biggest competition of the football of Rabwah. Logos, kits, flags and names have been decided and everyone is r.eady to see the action
All Pakistan beach volleyball has been finished and Lahore has won the final on this occasion after beating Jehlum in an interesting contest.
The final of the competition was played between Jehlum and Lahore. After an interesting match Lahore won the match. Lahore A, Rabwah B, jehlum A and Lahore B reached in the semi-finals of the competition where Jehlum and Lahore managed to reach in the final of the competition.
Army chief Gen Raheel Sharif has given a vital statement over Panama Leaks circumstances and has urged the need of across the board accountability if Pakistan wants to progress towards a prosperities country.
Tuesday said â€œacross the board accountability is necessary for the solidarity, integrity and prosperity of Pakistanâ€, adding that the war on terror cannot be won unless â€œthe menace of corruption is uprooted.â€
Gen Raheel said, â€œPakistanâ€™s Armed Forces will fully support every meaningful effort in that direction which would ensure a better future for our next generations.â€
On a visit to the Signal Regimental Centre Kohat where he pinned badges of rank on Maj Gen Sohail Ahmed, the Army chief commended families of soldiers who had given the ultimate sacrifice for the nation.
He also appreciated the Signals Corps for providing communication support to Operation Zarb-i-Azb.
â€œThe ongoing war against terrorism and extremism is being fought with the backing of an entire nation,â€ he said, emphasising the importance of rooting out corruption in the process.
â€œThis statement is a turning point,â€ said DawnNews analyst Meher Abbasi. â€œAccountability should be applied equally to everyone. I am not talking about morality, but legality.â€
Referring to the one-member judicial commission announced by the premier to probe the Panama Papers revelations earlier this month, Abbasi said, â€œIf the Prime Minister says there should be an open investigation, by all means that should happen, but it should be by a commission that is trusted by all parties.â€
â€œIt should have forensic investigators as the opposition demands because it is a very complicated and serious matterâ€ which needs specialised legal expertise in multiple fields.
With that being said, Abbasi critiqued that the PML-Nâ€™s strategy so far has been an all out attack on the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and its members, on Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, as well as personal attacks on Imran Khan and his family.
â€œThe PTV gives full coverage to protests in London outside Jemimaâ€™s house, but not National Assembly proceedings in their entirety.â€
â€œThe government did not appear serious, but now it will have to be and take the opposition parties on board.â€
People of Pakistan and especially people from Rabwah should be careful while using social media platforms such as Facebook twitter etc, after the launching of cybercrime bill in Pakistan. Everyone should be very kean and careful while posting commenting posting and liking posts and picture on social media as they can be send to the jail for 5 to 15 years. Religious hate and hate speech will be accountable and government will be taking it seriously.
Anyone can face a big problem as he start to use its social media accounts. Everyone should be totally avoid to comment any religious or other hate speech statement status post or comment.
Remember that two men has already been punished for 14 year jail fromÂ Chiniot for posting hate speech in Facebook.
After much back and forth, the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2015 was passed by the National Assembly on Wednesday.
How open to scrutiny the okaying of the proposed legislation was, and perhaps how interested lawmakers are in this piece of legal drafting, can be gauged from the fact that of the 342 members of the house, only 30 members were present.
Now that it has been passed by the lower house of parliament, it is still not free from controversy.
Continuing criticism of the bill through its various iterations has been that it has been framed/written by individuals unfamiliar with the myriad ramifications and realities of the digital world.
Thus, as pointed out by PPP MNA Shazia Marri, Clause 22 criminalises â€˜spammingâ€™, or â€œsending messages without the recipientâ€™s permissionâ€.
The Chairman of PTI Imran Khan has encouraged and backed army chief General Raheel Sharif statement over corruption and across the board accountability.
Remember that PM Nawaz Sharif and its family is under as great pressure after Panama Leaks and corruption charges and the demand of accountability of illegal acids has become dire from public and opposition parties.
â€œEvery single Pakistani stands with the army chief Sharif stanceâ€™s on across-the-board accountability in the country,â€ Imran said, while addressing a press conference in Peshawar on Tuesday.
In a veiled reference to the Panama Papers saga, the army chief stressedÂ on the need for an â€œacross-the-board accountabilityâ€ and for corruption to be uprooted to ensure the nationâ€™s prosperity.
â€œAcross-the-board accountability is necessary for the solidarity, integrity and prosperity of Pakistan. Pakistanâ€™s armed forces will fully support every meaningful effort in that direction, which would ensure a better future for our next generations,â€ General Raheel said during his visit to the Signal Regimental Centre in Kohat.
The PTI chairman once again asked the prime minister to answer the questions raised in the wake of Panama Papers.
â€œThe prime minister will have to answer the masses [about his alleged offshore wealth],â€ he said.
The Operation against the Gulam Rasool head of “Chotu Gang” did not last for more than 2 days.
The operation “Zarb-i-Ahan” against Chotu Gang was started a week earlier by Punjab police but unfortunately, 7 Policemen were killed including acting S.H.O and 24 were taken, hostage.Then Pakistan Army came into the action and launched a forceful operation against Chotu gang.
Pak Army blocked the enter and exit points of the disputed area, Chotu Gang also tried to run from one of these exit points but Pak Army didn’t allow them to escape.
The armed felons abandoned their posts and ran into the jungle during the operation. Meanwhile, their hideouts were also destroyed by the Pak army.Later on, forces also recovered 24 policemen safely.
It is also noted that the weapons which are used by them are Indian made and Chotu has also links with anti-state elements like BLA, Chotu has also survived 7 operations before laying down their weapons in current operation.
The Cricket Australia announced on Wednesday that Pakistan will play its first ever day-night test match in their upcoming series against Australia.
Pakistan is in the top list of those countries which supported day-night test along with the Pink ball. Pakistan did not hesitate to Cricket Australia offer of being playing under the lights, said Cricket Australia.The Test match will be played in Brisbane on December 15-19.
Pakistan has already experimented with the pink ball in the recent Quaid-e-Azam trophy in the National stadium Karachi in which Senior batsmen, Misbah-ul- Haq and Younis khan also played so it will be not a major concern for Pakistan.
Cricket Australia CEO praised Pakistan’s support to the day-night test match.”Pakistan should be applauded for committing to and supporting the day-night Test initiative,” Sutherland said.
He further added that Pakistan has the best Bowling line up in the world and they will put our batsmen to the test.
Pakistan Cricket team will also play five ODIs after three match Test series on the tour to Australia later this year.
Following is the schedule of Pakistan Cricket team’s Australia tour:
Test series schedule;
15-19 December – Brisbane (day/night)
26-30 December – Melbourne
3-7 January – Sydney
13 January – Brisbane
15 January – Melbourne
19 January – Perth
22 January – Sydney
26 January – Adelaide