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Suspended Pakistan cricketer misses anti-corruption tribunal

Suspended Pakistan cricketer misses anti-corruption tribunal

PSL chairman said that PCB only requested FIA to authenticate the data that was recovered from phones of these players. - Tribunal allowed the request and asked Latif to report for proceeding on March 31 at 1130am PST. At his hearing, Sharjeel was given a deadline of May 5 to respond to his charges against him as his hearing will take place on May 15 in Lahore . Nasir's passport has been seized by the British authorities, so he can not travel and now two PCB officials will travel to London ...


Babachir Free From Senate Investigation For Now- Bagaudu

Babachir Free From Senate Investigation For Now- Bagaudu

Senate has postponed investigation on The Secretary to the government of the Federation David Babachir Lawal and his company Rholavision over alleged contract scandal . "The investigation being conducted by the Shehu Sani committee into the grass-cutting contract is backed by Section 88 (2) of the constitution". Meanwhile, the committee has announced the postponement of the public hearing.



Donald Trump Demands Do-Or-Die Vote On Healthcare Plan Today

US President Donald Trump and other Republicans elected in November rode into Washington promising to undo president Barack Obama's signature health care legislation. As Nevada Republican Mark Amodei put it, the GOP caucus "didn't spend a lot talking about a unified Republican vision for what we should do with healthcare in the House".


Sean Spicer addresses Republican health care vote

Sean Spicer addresses Republican health care vote

FreedomWorks, an advocacy group associated with the tea-party movement, said that if Republican leaders were to promote the Obamacare repeal bill passed by Congress in 2015 and vetoed by President Obama, they would have a victor. "Every meeting, every call, every discussion, every idea has been out there, adjudicated, listened to and now it's time to vote", Spicer said. "It's going to pass".


Republicans Withdraw Healthcare Replacement Bill

Republicans Withdraw Healthcare Replacement Bill

Ryan in his own House. The House vote was originally scheduled for Thursday, March 23, but Republicans were unable to reach a consensus and delayed the vote until Friday. "We came close today but came up short", he told reporters, adding that the bill's postponement was "a setback but not the end of the story". He vigorously backed the Republican's alternative health care plan.