In attachment a picture of the Step Mother of Chief Minister Khyber P.K Her name is Humaira Khan and She is  Manager of UBL Dabgari Peshawar 
 پشاور{۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔۔}صوبہ خیبر پختونخواہ کی اہم سیاسی شخصیت نے وزیر اعلی پنجاب سے خفیہ ملاقات کرنے والے خیبر پختونخواہ
 پولیس کے اعلی افسر کے خلاف تحقیقات کا حکم دیا ھے، باخبر ذرائع نے بتایا کہ پشاور میں تعینات ڈی آئی جی اسپیشل برانچ پولیس محمد اشرف نور جنہوں نے گزشتہ دنوں لاھور جا کر اپنے قریبی دوست آئی جی پولیس حاجی جبیب الرحمان کے ہمراہ وزیر اعلی پنجاب شہباز شریف سے ملاقات کی اور انہیں اپنے ساتھ ھونے والی اے این پی حکومت کی ذیادتیوں کےبارے میں آگاہ کیا، محمد اشرف نور نے اے این پی حکومت کے خلاف اسپیشل برانچ پولیس کی کئی خفیہ و اھم دستاویزیمعلومات بھی شہباز شریف کو دیں اور وزیر اعلی پنجاب سے انہیں ڈی آئی جی راولپنڈی تعینات کرنے کی درخواست کی جس پر وزیر اعلی پنجاب شہباز شریف نے ڈی آئی جی اشرف نور کو جواب دیا کہ وہ اگر لیگی رہنما چوہدری نثار علی خان کو راضی کر لیں تو مجھے کوئی اعتراض نہیں جس کے بعد مذکورہ ڈی آئی جی اشرف نور نے راولپنڈی کی تحصیلچکری کا چکر بھی لگایا جہاں نثار علی خان کا گھر واقع ھے، ذرائع نے بتایا کہ مذکورہ ڈی آئی جی کی ملاقات کا مقصد یہ تھا کہ انہیں ڈی آئی جی بننے کے بعد صوبے میں کسی رینج پر تعینات نہیں کیا گیا، جبکہ گریڈ اکیس میں ترقی پانے کے لیئے تین سال کی تعیناتی ضروری ھے، اشرف نور کے ناپسندیدہ اور غیر قانونی اقدام کا علم ھوتے ہی صوبے کی ایک اہم سیاسی شخصیت نے ناراضگی کا اظہار کرتے ھوئے چیف سیکرٹری خیبر پی کے کو اس سلسلے میں کاروائی کرنے کا حکم دیا ھے، ذرائع نے مذید بتایا کہ اشرف نور کے آئی جی پولیس پنجاب حاجی جبیب الرحمان سے قریبی مراسم ھیں، مذکورہ ڈی آئی جی کے خلاف سرکاری گاڑیوں کے بے جا استعمال اور اسپیشل برانچ پولیس کے سیکرٹ فنڈ میں خورد برد کرنے پر تحقیقات بھی جاری ھیں، مذید انکشافات کی توقع ھے۔ 

Dear All ,

Baloch Human Rights Council (UK),  Baloch Raaji Zrombesh, World Sindhi Congress and Balochistan Liberation Organistaion are holding a Baloch Solidarity protest rally infront of the USA embassy in london UK.
All Baloch , Sindhies and other  democratic and peace loving people are requested to join in the rally.

·       To show your solidarity with the genuine struggle of Baloch and Sindhi people for their sovereignty and human rights.
·       To say thanks to Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and USA government for their support of Human rights and sovereignty of Baloch Nation.
·       To protest against crimes against humanity committed by Pakistani state against Baloch and Sindhi people.
·       To condemn the disappearances, torture and extrajudicial killing of Baloch and Sindhi people.
·       To request the international community, the USA, the UK and  committing crimes against Baloch and Sindhi people.


Samad Baloch
General Secretary
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK)
Dear Media Colleagues,

Appreciate your usual kind cooperation and attendance to cover this event.

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) tomorrow (23rd Feb 2012) at 11:00 am in Marriott Hotel, Islamabad (Marque Hall). Valuing over 1.5 billion rupees, WFP plans to construct nine (9) Humanitarian Response Facilities across the country in order to build national capacity to be better prepared to respond to the future emergencies. These storage facilities will enhance the capacity of NDMA and PDMAs, enable prepositioning of inter-agency emergency stocks (food and non-food and other humanitarian assistance.

Acting Humanitarian/Resident Coordinator/WFP Country Representative in Pakistan, Mr. Jean-Luc Siblot and the Chairman, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Dr. Zafar Iqbal Qadir will sign the MoU.

For more information please contact Amjad Jamal, Public Information Officer, WFP Pakistan. 0300 8500989,

Best regards,



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Press Release

Over 150 businessmen set to attend Pak Malaysia Business & Investment Forum on 28th

More than 150 businessmen, including 120 from Malaysia, are set to attend the Pakistan Malaysia Business & Investment Forum being held in the Malaysian capital on 28th February 2012 to explore avenues for joint investments and business opportunities in Pakistan. 
The day-long event being organized jointly by the High Commission for Pakistan in Malaysia and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) is likely to serve as an ideal opportunity for businessmen from Pakistan and Malaysia to identify key areas of economic cooperation and forge joint ventures in major sectors, including textile & clothing, rice, fruits and vegetables, sea food, leather and leather products, and electronics.
Malaysia's Minister for International Trade & Industry (MITI) YB Dato' Sri Mustapa Mohamed will attend and chair the inaugural session of the forum to be held at a local hotel while Dato' Mohd Nasir Ahmad, President of MIA, Mr. Tariq Iqbal Puri, Chairman of Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) and Mr. Masood Khalid, Pakistan's High Commissioner to Malaysia, will also speak on the occasion.
During the visit, the Pakistani delegation headed by the TDAP Chairman is also scheduled to attend the joint meeting of the Malaysian and Pakistani chapters of the Pakistan Malaysia Business Council besides holding separate meetings with key government officials and ministers, including Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Malaysia Datuk Seri Noh Bin Omar, Minister for Plantation, Industries and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok, MITI Deputy Minister Dato' Mukhriz Mahatir and various heads of government and business institutions and trade bodies.  
Commenting upon the upcoming Pakistan Malaysia Business & Investment Forum, Pakistan High Commissioner Mr. Masood Khalid said around 150 businessmen and captains of industry from both sides had confirmed their participation in the forum, including a 30-member business delegation from Pakistan. The sectors represented in the Forum include Rice, Seafood, Leather and Leather Products, Dairy and Livestock, Surgical and Medical Instruments, Textiles & Garments, Fruits and Vegetables, Pharmaceuticals, Gems and Jewelry, Sports Goods, Housing & Construction, Education and Halal Food.
He hoped the forum would help spur up the already burgeoning bilateral trade which crossed $2.5 billion mark last year, reflecting an upward trajectory in commercial cooperation following the signing and implementation of the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries in 2008. Pakistan's exports to Malaysia had risen considerably in recent months, registering an impressive 56.16 per cent increase, according to latest trade figures available as of November 2011.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 22nd February, 2012