DINA for the issue of October 14, 2014



October 14, 2014 | Zilhaj 18, 1435
The DAWN Internet News Alert (DINA) is a free daily news service from Pakistan’s largest English language newspaper, the Daily DAWN.

Press India to end hostilities, FO asks UN

The Newspaper’s Staff Reporter

ISLAMABAD: As India continued ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC), the Foreign Office asked five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Monday to use their good offices to secure an end to hostilities and for resumption of stalled peace dialogue with New Delhi.
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Karachi jailbreak attempt foiled

The Newspaper’s Staff Reporter

KARACHI: An attempt to free around 100 militants from the Karachi Central Prison was foiled when Pakistan Rangers raided a house which was used by suspects to tunnel their way to their targeted barrack, said an officer of the paramilitary force on Monday.

The suspects were arrested when they had already dug up a 45-metre-long and 10-metre-deep tunnel leading from an underground water tank inside the house situated in Ghausia Colony, near the city’s largest jail.

ECP rejects Punjab govt’s request to put off Multan by-poll

Iftikhar A. Khan

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has rejected Punjab government’s request to postpone the Oct 16 by-election in Multan.

An official of the commission told Dawn that the postponement request had been made because of the security situation in the city following the loss of seven lives in a stampede at a Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf rally on Friday.

PTI leadership decides to continue sit-in, rallies

Khawar Ghumman

ISLAMABAD: The core committee of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) decided on Monday to continue its sit-in Islamabad and hold rallies in cities across the country.

The party’s top decision-making body laid down strict guidelines for its rallies to avert a recurrence of the Multan tragedy which claimed seven lives.

US senators meet PM, army chief

Baqir Sajjad Syed

ISLAMABAD: A delegation of US Senators met Pakistani leaders on Monday and discussed with them bilateral relations and the situation in the region.

Angus King, member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence Committees, and Tim Kaine, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South and Central Asian Affairs, met Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz and Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif.

Footprints: A By-Poll Without Substance

Shakil Ahmad

NAUSHAD Shah’s take on the by-poll in the Multan city constituency of NA-149 contrasts with the noise the contest has generated in national politics and the media. Only days after his city held one of the largest public meetings in its history and amid all the colours flying in the area as it prepares to vote on Thursday, Shah, a 60-year-old Baghbanpura resident, is not happy. The way the ‘main contesting’ parties are conducting themselves has depressed him.

“What kind of politics is this?” he asks. “Neither the PML-N nor the PTI has its men in the contest: the PML-N is backing Makhdoom Javed Hashmi, who ditched it not too long ago to become PTI president. The PTI is supporting PPP turncoat Malik Amir Dogar. Where are the parties?”

Cyclone batters India’s eastern coast; 24 killed


VISAKHAPATNAM (India): The death toll from a powerful cyclone which battered India’s eastern coastline rose to 24 on Monday, as the storm weakened and moved inland, leaving a swathe of destruction and triggering fears heavy rains would bring flash floods.

Packing wind speeds of up to 195kph (over 120mph), cyclone Hudhud hammered the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha states on Sunday, forcing tens of thousands of coastal inhabitants to seek safety in storm shelters.

Taliban ambush leaves 22 Afghan police officials dead


MAZAR SHARIF: Taliban militants killed 22 police officers and wounded eight after ambushing a police convoy in northern Afghanistan on Monday, officials said.

The early morning attack in Sari Pul province highlights Afghanistan’s fragile security situation, with local forces facing a persistent Taliban insurgency as Nato winds down its military presence.

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