The Independent:Thousands rally in backing of previous cricketer Imran Khanas mentioned in Dawn: Shakeel Afridi undergoes medicinal check-upApril 30: Dawn report by Mohammad Asghar states which the medicinal examination of Dr Shakeel Afridi, who has been imprisoned for his alleged links by a banned militant group & was shifted to the high-safety Adiala jail on Friday, has been conducted & he is found to be fit.
According to sources, a team of doctors toted out the medicinal examination of Dr Afridi & declared him fit as every Analysis was found to be clear.
During the examination, the prisoner’s blood & urine samples were taken in addition to his pulse, rise & weigh.
Previous cricketer Imran Khan’s 3rd marriage can recently finish in divorce, believe it or not over his pet dogs
Previous cricketer Imran Khan’s 3rd marriage can recently finish in divorce, believe it or not over his pet dogsFormer cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan’s 3rd wife, whom he had married couple of months ago, has announclyreturned back to her maternal home next a domestic feud concerning Imran’s pet dogs.
In FocusAccording to a report of Times of Islamabad, Maneka had ordered the expulsion of Imran’s pet dogs from his palatial home ever ever they were interfering by her religious practices.
But, what irked Maneka was which the dogs returned & were seen wandering around the home.
Another report has claimed which Imran too had a skirmish by Maneka over the reality which her son by previous husband has been staying at Imran’s Bani Gala residence, though it had been agreed before marriage which no bady from Bushra Maneka’s family would stay for a longer period of time at Bani Gala.
Thousands rally in backing of previous cricketer Imran Khan
Referring to Tens of thousands of supporters of opposition politician & previous cricketer Imran Khan, who wishes to become Pakistan’s prime minister, collected in Lahore as his political party released its campaign for July elections.
Tens of thousands of supporters of opposition politician & previous cricketer Imran Khan, who wishes to become Pakistan’s prime minister, collected in Lahore as his political party released its campaign for July elections.
A supporter of Imran Khan’s party flashes a victory sign K.M.
Chaudary/AP Saima Siddiq, who attended the rally by her husband & Kids, said the existing system was “rotten”.
Previous president Asif Zardari’s Pakistan People Party held a rally in the country’s commercial hub, Karachi.
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