Pakistan news of June 9, 2009 - Unconditional talks required with India - Zardari

2009-06-09 14:29:26 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Pakistan news of June 9, 2009

  • Pakistan President proposes unconditional talks with India
  • Eight more people die as Karachi violence escalates
  • Holbrooke on fund raising tour in Gulf countries - gathering aid for IDPs
  •  Appeal against Nawaz Sharif’s conviction in hijacking case rejected by Supreme Court
  • Karachi Stock Exchange volatile session ends with a net loss

Pakistan President proposes unconditional talks with India

Islamabad (Dawn.com): Dialogues between Pakistan and India that where halted after the Mumbai attack need to be resumed. These dialogues would prove fruitful for both the countries amid the growing uncertain conditions in Pakistan in particular but would also be a cause of relief for the neighbors of Pakistan. Zardari spoke about Pakistan and India relations and about Kashmir problems during his meeting with the Director of Kashmir Center in Washington, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai.

Eight more people die as Karachi violence escalates

Karachi (Dawn.com): The concern over Karachi target killings raised in Islamabad, as eight more people lost their lives. The Jiya Sindh party called for a strike to protest against the killings of the activists of their party due to which parts of Karachi city remained closed.

The Prime Minister, Yusuf Raza Gilani, has called for a high level meeting today in Karachi to resolve the disputes among the waring political parties and aim in providing security to the citizens in the mega city.

Holbrooke on fund raising tour in Gulf countries - gathering aid for IDPs

Islamabad (Dawn.com): Richard Holbooke reached the Gulf Countries in an attempt to raise S1 billion for the IDPs fund, as promised by him. In his first lag of travel he visited UAE, Qatar and Oman to request these countries to donate generously for the crises Pakistan is facing due to insurgency and displacement of million of people. He would, after concluding his tour of Gulf counties will be heading for European counties in wake of engaging them for the same purpose. Before leaving for his Gulf tour he told the reporters that, ‘Pakistan needs enormous assistance and its situation is important to countries all over the world. We hope others will join us.’

Appeal against Nawaz Sharif’s conviction in hijacking case rejected by Supreme Court

Islamabad (Dawn.com): Citing the appeal as misconceived, the Supreme Court of Pakistan rejected the appeal submitted by the Sindh government against the conviction of Nawaz Sharif in the hijacking case. The supreme court rules that as Mr. Sharif is now eligible to participate in the election and can hold public office, the need for any such appeal was not necessary. The dismissal of the appeal was also clarified as be outdated that is the appeal was time barred as it was filed after eight years from the date of judgment. The Supreme court said any appeal against any decision must be filed within a month of the verdict.

Karachi Stock Exchange volatile session ends with a net loss

Karachi (Business Recorder): Though the trading at the stock exchange started with a positive note and the mid day highest level reached 75.42 points, yet the uncertain political situation, and the uncertainty over the budget the high trend could not me maintained and the KSE-100 index trading ended with a net loss if 2.62 points with KSE-100 index standing at 6,892.00



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