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Enemies of Pak-China friendship will not be forgiven: FM Bilawal  

“Pakistan fully condemned the cowardly act,” he said. 

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Islamabad: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Saturday vowed that the enemies of Pakistan-China all weather strategic cooperative partnership will not be forgiven—retaliating the suicide attack inside Karachi University, in which three Chinese were killed.  

Addressing memorial service for victims of Karachi terrorist attack today, the federal minister pledged to take all possible steps to ensure safety and security of Chinese people in Pakistan. 

The Foreign Minister said we will not allow anyone to harm our friendship. 

“The sacrifices of both Chinese and Pakistanis in nurturing our bonds of brotherhood will not go in vain,” he said.

Bilawal added that “exemplary punishment” will be given to the perpetrators of this heinous act. 

The foreign minister maintained that the Chinese are Pakistan’s guests and their security is our responsibility. 

“Everyone is aware of Pakistan-China friendship, and Islamabad and Beijing will jointly tackle challenges,” minister added.

The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman further added the slain Chinese were dedicated, loving teachers—Mr Huang, Ms Ding and Ms Chan— pursuing the noble mission to educate our students.

“Pakistan fully condemned the cowardly act,” he said. 

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Govt to take legal action against KP CM's unconstitutional move: minister

Rana Sanaullah says the CM's participation along with armed police officers in PTI’s ‘fitna march’ is tantamount to an attack on the federation

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Govt to take legal action against KP CM's unconstitutional move: minister

Islamabad: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Thursday said the federal government had decided to take legal action against the unconstitutional move of Chief Minister Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

KP CM Mehmood Khan used his position unconstitutionally by attacking the federation, he said in a statement issued here.

The CM's participation along with armed police officers in PTI’s ‘Fitna March’ was tantamount to an attack on the federation, he said.

The minister said opinion has been sought from law ministry for constitutional action against the KP CM.

Action would be taken in light of legal opinion obtained from the law ministry, he added.
The minister said federal government employees stationed at KPK have facilitated the PTI’s ‘Fitna March’. It was also decided to take action against them under the Estacode.

He said it has decided to take action against such officers for using their positions against the law. In KP, some federal police and administration officers became stooge of a political party, he said.

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Death anniversary of film actress Rani being observed today

In 1962 Rani made her screen debut in the film Mehboob

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Lahore: 29th Death anniversary of Pakistani film actress Nasira, popularly known as 'Rani' is being observed today.

Born in Lahore on December 8, 1946, Rani obtained tremendous success in late 1960s, when she was paired with renowned actor Waheed Murad.

In 1962 Rani made her screen debut in the film Mehboob. She also acted in two TV serials Khwahish and Faraib in the early 90s.

She remained one of the most successful actresses of Pakistan in the next decade and acted in both Urdu and Punjabi films.

She won a Nigar Award for the film ‘Mera ghar meri jannat’ in 1968. She also won another Nigar Award for best actress for her role in the film ‘Sona Chandi’ in 1986.

After the success of Hazar Dastan and Dever Bhabi Rani became a leading actress in Pakistani cinema.

Rani died of cancer at the age of 46 in Lahore on May 27, 1993.

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US actor Ray Liotta dies in Dominican Republic's hotel

A cause of death was not specified, cinema officials said

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US actor Ray Liotta dies in Dominican Republic's hotel

American actor Ray Liotta, 67, who starred in the 1990 blockbuster crime film "Goodfellas," died in his sleep on Thursday in the Dominican Republic, the Dominican Republic General Directorate of Cinema confirmed to Reuters.

Liotta died in bed at a hotel where he was staying with his fiancée Jacy Nittolo while filming "Dangerous Waters," said his publicist Jennifer Allen. He had a leading role in the film about a sailing holiday that goes awry when family secrets are revealed.

A cause of death was not specified, cinema officials said. According to media reports, an emergency service team had entered the hotel. His body was transferred to the forensic institute of Santo Domingo.

Liotta was born Dec. 18, 1954, in Newark, New Jersey. His many starring roles included playing mobster Henry Hill in "Goodfellas" and baseball player Shoeless Joe Jackson in "Field of Dreams." He is also known for films including "The Many Saints of Newark" and "Something Wild."

He leaves behind a daughter, Karsen Liotta, 23.

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