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Baghdad's civilian casualties toll in August tops previous figures: UN -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 3 (APP): Terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq killed more than 1,300 people and injured over 1,800 others last month, reflecting a "steadily increasing number of casualties," according to figures released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI).


Asia-Pacific public gives lowest rating to Modi in dealing with world affairs -
WASHINGTON, Sept 3 (APP): Public in Asia-Pacific region gave the  lowest ratings to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in terms of having confidence in him with regard to do the right thing regarding world  affairs, and a few people proffered any opinion of him at all, a latest  US survey revealed.


Pakistan, China determined for effective implementation of development projects: Mamnoon -
app75-03president-beijing.jpgBEIJING, China, Sep 3 (APP): President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday said Pakistan and China had achieved a consensus on various infrastructure and energy projects, and were determined for their effective implementation and timely completion.


President Mamnoon attends China's grand Victory Parade -
BEIJING, China, Sep 3 (APP): President Mamnoon Hussain along with other world leaders on Thursday attended the China's grand military parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of its victory in the Second World War.


No chance of new permanent members on UNSC in near future: Russian envoy -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 3 (APP): With India pushing for a permanent seat in an expanded UN Security Council, Russia has said it does not see any prospect in the near future of a "historic compromise" between the two rival camps-- one supporting admission of new, veto-weilding permanent members and the other opposing the move --  that would pave the way for reforming the 15-member body.


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15 top World cricketers consented for PSL
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): Fifteen top names of the world cricket have given their consent for the opening edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) being held in Doha (Qatar) next February, it was learnt here on Thursday.
 
Younis, Ajmal should be in final XI not among 15: Haroon
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): Chief Selector Haroon Rasheed said on Thursday that doors of one-day cricket were open for stalwarts like Younis Khan and Saeed Ajmal if they secured a place in the final XI.
 
Asif, Asjad, Sajjad to feature in World 6-Red Snooker in Thailand
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): A three-member Pakistan snooker team comprising former IBSF World Champion Muhammad Asif, ex-World Championship runner-up Muhammad Sajjad and recent finalist member of World Team Asjad Iqbal are due to leave for Bangkok on Defence Day of Pakistan to feature in Sangsom 6-Red World Championship being held there from September 7 to 12.
 
Karachi Blues beat DM Jamali by 53 runs
ISLAMABAD Sep 3 (APP): Karachi Region Blues thrashed Dera Murad Jamali Region by 53 runs on Thursday in the Qualifying Round of the National Twenty-20 Tournament 2015 being played at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi.
 
Pak cueists to leave for Thailand on Sunday to feature in 6-Red Word C'ship
ISLAMABAD, Sep 3 (APP): A three-member Pakistan snooker team will depart for Thailand on Sunday from Lahore Airport to represent the country in Sangsom 6-Red Word Championship, scheduled to be held in Bangkok from September 7-12.
 
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NA passes ‘The Prevention of Domestic Violence Bill 2008’ PDF Print E-mail
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ISLAMABAD, Aug 4 (APP): The National Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed ‘The Prevention of Domestic Violence Bill, 2008’ to provide protection to the women, children and families vulnerable to domestic violence. cPakistan People Party MNA Yasmeen Rehman moved the bill as reported by the concerned standing committee to make provisions for the protection of women, children and family, stressing to institutionalize measures which prevent and protect women and children from domestic violence.

Under the bill, the protection committees comprising police officers, have been suggested at tehsil level to assists the aggrieved person or relocate her if necessary for protection.

The bill says the court, at any stage of hearing, may direct the accused to pay the monetary relief to meet the expenses incurred and losses suffered by the aggrieved person including loss of earning, medical expenses and maintenance of aggrieved person and her children.

According to the bill, the domestic violence is an offence and if a person repeats this act of domestic violence, he may face one year imprisonment and fine of Rs 200,000.

The bill was passed by the House along with some amendments introduced by the MQM MNA SA Iqbal Qadri.

As per legislation, the protection committees would not only create awareness among females for their rights but it would also provide legal protection, medical aid and shifting of the aggrieved person to a safer location.

According to the law, if a woman registers a fake case against a person or is proved wrong by court, the women would have to face six month imprisonment and fine of Rs 50,000.

Later, Yasmeen Rehman moved the bill that was unanimously passed by the Lower House of the Parliament.

Minister for Parliamentary Affairs congratulated the House as well as the nation on this moment of pride when the House has passed a bill to protect the women, children and other vulnerable persons from domestic violence.

He said the Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, President Asif Ali Zardari and particularly the caucus of women parliamentarians took  extreme interest in passage of the bill, adding that such progressive legislation is need of the hour to ensure protection of women and  provision of their fundamental rights.

 
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