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Lahore Waste Management Company continues cleanliness operation

Urdu Point 03 Mar 2021
The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has intensified special cleanliness operation across the city by deploying work force and machinery. LAHORE, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 3rd Mar, 2021 ).The Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has intensified special cleanliness operation across the city by deploying work force and machinery.
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SSWMB launches door-to-door garbage collection in district South

Urdu Point 03 Mar 2021
Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) on Wednesday launched door-to-door garbage collection operation in the district South here. KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 3rd Mar, 2021 ) .Sindh Solid Waste Management board (SSWMB) on Wednesday launched door-to-door garbage collection operation in the district South here.
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PTI wants Gilani disqualified over son’s video

Dawn 03 Mar 2021
Surfacing on Tuesday of a video clip showing Ali Haider Gilani, the son of the opposition’s joint candidate for a Senate seat Yousuf Raza Gilani, telling some unidentified Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) lawmakers about techniques of wasting their votes added to the existing hype over the Senate election taking place on Wednesday (today).
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India regrets OIC being exploited by Pakistan for anti-India propaganda

Webdunia 02 Mar 2021
He also advised Islamabad to stop wasting the time of council and said, “Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting the time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities.”.
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LWMC launches cleanliness operation

Urdu Point 02 Mar 2021
LAHORE, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 2nd Mar, 2021 ) .Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Imran Ali Sultan has ordered for utilising all resources to remove entire garbage and solid ...
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Stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism, India tells Pakistan

The Telegraph India 02 Mar 2021
"Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," said ...
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A one-sided view of historical episodes

Dawn 02 Mar 2021
So much so, that Abdul Ghaffar Khan’s son Abdul Wali Khan formed the National Awami Party, Nawabzada Nasrullah renamed his Majlis-i-Ahrar as Pakistan Democratic Party (PDP), and religious components of the Jamiat Ulema-i-Hind wasted no time in establishing their offices in almost every city of Pakistan.
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Tackle terror, prevent persecution of minorities: India tells Pakistan at UNHRC

Hindustan Times 02 Mar 2021
While accusing Pakistan of deliberately misusing UNHRC for “malicious propaganda against India”, Badhe said Pakistan should stop wasting the time of the council, “stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities”.
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'No locus standi': India at Human Rights Council rejects OIC, Pakistan's statements on J&K

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
Further lashing out at Pakistan, Badhe said ... "Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting the time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," remarked the first secretary.
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India tells Pakistan to stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
"Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," said , first secretary of India's Permanent Mission in Geneva.
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India slams Pakistan, says it is using UNHRC for 'malicious propaganda'

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
"Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," Pawankumar Badhe said.
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India slams Pakistan, says it is using UNHRC for malicious propaganda

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
"Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," Pawankumar Badhe said.
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'No locus standi': India at Human Rights Council rejects OIC, Pakistan's statements on J-K

Yahoo Daily News 02 Mar 2021
Further lashing out at Pakistan, Badhe said ... "Pakistan, a country in dire economic situation, will be well advised to stop wasting the time of the Council and its mechanisms, stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities," remarked the First Secretary.
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