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Afgan further told the court that 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 (MRP) was an essential prerequisite.
troops in Afganistan have distributed leaflets to Afgan villagers near the border of Ghazni and Paktika, warning that if the American soldier is not set free by Taliban in two weeks "you will be targeted.
Our lawyers were staging a protest against an attack on Sher Afgan Niazi.
Our lawyers were staging protest against attack on Sher Afgan Niazi.
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.
According to FC spokesman, the free medical camp was organized on the special directives of Inspector General Frontier corps Balochistan Major General Sher Afgan.
According to FC spokesman, the free medical camp was organized on the special directives of Inspector General Frontier Corps Balochistan Major General Sher Afgan, where the FC doctors and civil doctors examined the patients including women, children and aged people and gave medicines free of cost besides performing diagnostic tests.
The references were filed against the PTI chief by the late Dr Sher Afgan Niazi and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Farooq Sattar.
Brief scores: Galfar CT 133 for 8 in 20 overs (Rizwan Afgan 43 n.
ECP Director General Sher Afgan said that it was decided that the inclusion of overseas Pakistanis in the coming election was possible, and that initially Pakistanis residing in 10 countries would be included in the exercise.
Islamabad Former president Pervez Musharraf's political ally Dr Sher Afgan Niazi, has resigned from the office of senior vice-president of the ex-military ruler's political party.
Karachi, August 21(ANI): Veteran politician and former minister Sher Afgan Khan Niazi has resigned from the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) following differences with the party leadership.
The violence in Karachi was triggered by the beating of two allies of President Pervez Musharraf -- former Sindh Chief Minister Arbab Ghulam Rahim and former Parliamentary Affairs Minister Sher Afgan -- in Karachi and Lahore on Monday and Tuesday.
Midland troops on patrol on Helmand and scenes from the meeting with Afgan elders.
The resolution in the lower house of parliament today was proposed by Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Sher Afgan Khan Niazi who branded Mr Rushdie a "blasphemer".