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ISLAMABAD : An audio tape of a telephonic conversation between PTI Chairman Imran Khan and Arif Alvi surfaced Friday in which Khan purportedly appreciated the attack on state-run television in September last year.

“Acha hai, Acha hai….this will put pressure on Nawaz Sharif to resign,” Khan responded in the audio when he was told by Alvi that PTV premises was attacked and its transmission has gone off-air.

“You have to put maximum pressure today….,” Khan instructed Alvi.

PTI leader Imran Ismail, while talking to Samaa, said that the tape did not prove that the party was behind the attack on PTV.

“We vehemently deny that PTI was directly or indirectly involved in any violent activity,”

Arif Alvi and Imran Khan Conversation leaked.

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Arif Alvi quits NA committee

Meanwhile, PTI central leader Dr. Arif Alvi announced to quit a National Assembly committee over the phone tape issue.

He expressed doubts that the conversation might be a forgery.

“Even to splice a conversation, ‘to mix & match & patch’ somebody is recording phone calls without legal authority,” Alvi said through his Twitter account.

“I resigned from an NA committee when a huge file of telephone conversations was presented. For suspects too there must be a judicial sanction… Am a stickler for privacy of conversations. I resigned on principle…,” he said in his message.

The PTI leader said all political parties, including MQM were contacted to join the anti-government protest that lasted for three months in Islamabad to press Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign.

“We openly requested all parties including MQM at time of Dharna to join us. See talk shows and newspapers to confirm,”

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Pakistan says it is not prepared to participate in the Saudi-led coalition that has launched airstrikes on Yemen.

“Instead of aggravating the situation (in Yemen) by participating in it (coalition), Pakistan should do what it can to prevent it for the alliance and unity of the Muslim world,” Pakistani Defense Minister Khawaja Asif told the Pakistani parliament on Friday.

“We don’t want to be part of any proliferation, we will try to contain it,” Asif said, adding that there was concern that the move could fuel tensions in Pakistan and the Muslim world.

“Pakistan is ready to adopt whatever role is needed in order to facilitate the termination of conflicts in the Islamic world,” he added.

The remarks came a day after Saudi Arabia called on Pakistan to join the coalition.

Asif added that Pakistan has only pledged to defend “the territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

Saudi-led warplanes carried out the first airstrikes on Yemen on Thursday, with the aircraft bombarding the capital, Sana’a, the northern city of Sa’ada and Ta’izz in the south.

The invasion of Yemen came as fugitive Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi arrived in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on Thursday night. Riyadh says it has begun the strikes to defend the “legitimate government” of Hadi upon his request.

Reports say nearly 40 people have been killed since the airstrikes began.

The airstrikes against Yemen have drawn condemnation from many countries, including Iran, Russia, Iraq, Syria as well as the Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah.

The Al Arabiya News Channel reported on Thursday that Saudi Arabia has deployed 100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers and other navy units for the military campaign in Yemen.

The blatant violation of Yemen’s sovereignty by Saudi Arabia has so far been ignored by international organizations, especially the UN, which remains silent toward aggression against one of its member states.

Source  : PRESS TV 

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday sent an advice to the President Mamnoon Hussain to delay the execution of Saulat Mirza who was convicted in triple murder including MD KESC for 30 days

According to details, the 30-day postponement of death row convict will begin from April 1. Earlier this week, an Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) in Karachi had issued fresh death warrant of condemned prisoner Saulat Mirza for April 1.

This was the third time that death warrant of Saulat Mirza was issued. Previously, he was scheduled to be executed on March 19 at 5:30 AM.

But his execution was postponed at eleventh hour for 3 days on presidential orders after his video statement in which he made shocking revelations and confessions about target killing and allegations on leaders of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

Mirza was sentenced to death by an anti-terrorism court in May 1999 for murdering the managing director of then Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Shahid Hamid, his driver Ashraf Brohi and guard Khan Akbar in July 1997.

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Australia vs Pakistan World cup 2015 Quarter final – 19th March 2015 – Live Streaming - Pakistan will be awkward opposition for the Aussies, though. After a disastrous start to their campaign, they’ve won their last four matches in succession and, following a pool-stage victory over South Africa, have showcased the requisite mental strength needed to beat the most illustrious sides in the world. After losing their opening two games of this competition, Pakistan looked like a team set for an embarrassing early exit. There was no ingenuity, intensity or purpose in any dimension of their game, and a potential spot in the quarter-finals looked a long way off.But Misbah-ul-Haq and his team deserve immense credit for the manner in which they’ve turned things round to win four successive matches. The bowlers in particular have led by example, and as noted by cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle, they have an array of quality in that area. Their batting is looking in a lot better order in their previous must-win encounter too. Ahmed Shehzad and Sarfraz Ahmed led from the front superbly against Ireland, ensuring that victory was never in doubt against the Associate nation.
Australia will be hoping to continue their dream of lifting the World Cup on home soil when they face Pakistan in what’s shaping up to be an intriguing quarter-final at the Adelaide Oval. Aside from their narrow loss to New Zealand, the Baggy Greens were exceptional in their group-stage encounters. All facets of this team are in magnificent working order at the moment, and they seem to be in position with a great chance of adding to their four previous wins in this tournament.

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Captain: Misbah-ul-Haq

Coach: Waqar Younis

Squad: Nasir Jamshed, Ahmed Shehzad, Haris Sohail, Misbah, Sohaib Maqsood, Umar Akmal, Shahid Afridi, Wahab Riaz, Sohail Khan, Rahat Ali, Younus Khan, Safraz Ahmed, Yasir Shah, Ehsan Adil

AUSTRALIA 

Captain: Michael Clarke

Coach: Darren Lehmann

Squad: Clarke, Aaron Finch, David Warner, Shane Watson, George Bailey, Pat Cummins, Xavier Doherty, James Faulkner, Brad Haddin, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc

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With that record considered and what should be sizeable home crowd backing the co-hosts, it’s easy to see why the Baggy Greens are the big favourites for this tie. But it’s this time of the competition when the pressure starts to bite, and they can’t afford to be complacent against a Pakistan team that will play with freedom and without pressure. Australia are pretty ominous opposition, though. All of their top-order batsmen have scored a decent number of runs in the group stages of the competition so far, and they boast a host of adaptable players capable of coming in and doing a variety of different jobs depending on what the situation dictates. Pakistan definitely have the bowling talent to match the Baggy Greens, and they’ll be confident of restricting this Australia team to a modest score given their propensity for bowling with aggression with the new ball and a refined acumen at the end of the innings. But their batting just doesn’t quite have the quality to match up to Australia. The Baggy Greens line-up is bristling with immense talent, and it’d be a massive surprise if one of David Warner, Michael Clarke, Steve Smith or Glenn Maxwell didn’t go on to make a sizeable score.
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