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Afgan added that IS will however have an impact in Pakistan, but has yet failed to establish a foothold in the province as the culture and traditions of the province have so far rejected the militant group's ideology.
9 million out of this figure are currently living only in Gulf states, Afgan told the court.
Afgan further said in Saudi Arabia about one million Pakistanis have manual passports, thus they would not be able to take part in the elections because the Machine Readable Passport was the pre-requisite for them.
Others who left the APML are Sher Afgan Niazi and Fawad Chaudhry, while Hanook Bhatti switched to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf a few days ago.
Le President Hosni Moubarak a recu hier matin, a la presidence de la Republique a Heliopolis, le ministre afgan des Affaires etrangeres Zalmai Rassoul, actuellement en visite en Egypte.
The United States military has been distributing leaflets this week seeking his release and according to CBS NEWS, threatening to target Afgan civilians if the solider is not released.
The clashes started when lawyers from the pro-Musharraf Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) protested against the beating of former parliamentary affairs minister Sher Afgan Niazi, party legislator Faisal Sabzwari said.
The clashes were triggered by manhandling of Musharraf ally and former law minister Sher Afgan Niazi.
Faisal Sabzwari, a provincial MP from the pro-Musharraf Muttahida Qaumi Movement, said lawyers from his party were protesting against the public beating of former parliamentary affairs minister Sher Afgan Niazi.
It's no surprise that at the recent Frankfurt Book Fair, Talk Miramax snatched up various rights to "My Forbidden Face," a memoir by Latifa, an Afgan woman who grew up in Kabul under the Taliban.
Raissa - who was born in London but boasts Chinese, Afgan, Mexican and Romanian genes - lists Bjork and Joni Mitchell among her influences, and this set suggests that she has the knack of balancing commercial pop with more thoughtful material.
The actors are efficient enough and seem to know their job; only if the girls, other than Nadia Afgan, projected their voices in a manner that theatre artists do, the dialogue would have been more audible.
Hina Noureen, Afgan Ali and Rana Gulzar Ahmad imparted training to women on the following topics i.