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Tahir Ashrafi challenges Fawad, wants minister to have debate with him

Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) Hafiz Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi on Friday challenged Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry to have a debate with him after the minister made controversial statements about religious clerics, …Read more

Religious figures asked to create awareness of environmental issues

At the conference religious figures and civil society and government representatives shared their experiences with a group of Norwegian religious leaders who have been actively Pakistan Ulema Council Maulana Tahir Ashrafi urged the ministry to
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Pakistani cleric denies he was drunk and slurring on late-night TV

Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi worth watching 2 understand maulvis in pakistan double standards But Mr Ashrafi has denied the allegations and said he would be holding a press conference on Wednesday to explain what had happened to him He told The
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Pakistans dirty diplomacy Islamabad uses UN seat to corner India over Kashmir as leaders insist Army never mutilates corpses

Pakistan prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf will be in New York to chair the January 21 open debate on UN Peacekeeping surely take action against him he said His view was echoed by conservative cleric Tahir Ashrafi who is the chairman of the
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Attackers demonic tattoo draws fresh TTP conclusions

Mostly people who get such tattoos want to give out a message that they defy death those who have seen death very closely The head of Pakistan Ulema Council Allama Tahir Ashrafi also endorsed the view It was astonishing to see the body with
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Tahirul Qadri From preacher to politico and back again

For a few hours it looked as if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharifs government might fall with the support of the powers who themselves stay behind the curtain said Tahir Ashrafi another cleric and chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council a representative
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Asia Bibi still in Pakistan after prison release says government

Minister TLP wants the Supreme Court to review the verdict The extremist group last week forced the government to agree that Bibi would not be allowed to leave Pakistan and that it would not block a review petition TLP spokesperson Ijaz Ashrafi
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