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F*** the Pakistani’s, says White House Adviser Richard Clarke

Web Desk: Former White House Adviser Richard Clarke who served under Ronald Reagan, Bush Senior, Bill Clinton and Bush Junior administrations was caught swearing in a tv show when Pakistan came under discussion. The former white house adviser was in a popular TV show hosted by the controversial American comedian, political commentator and television host, Bill Maher. Talking on a bevy of...

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Pregnant singer shot dead in Larkana during performance

Larkana: Samina Sindhu, was shot dead in Kanga village area of Larkana for refusing to perform while standing during a festive ceremony. The singer was taken to Chandka Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries and was declared dead. Singer had reportedly refused to oblige 'request' by a man named Tariq Jatoi that she stand up while she sang. The...

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CJP Saqib Nisar orders arrest of 70 years old man for reportedly marrying a minor girl

Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has ordered  on Wednesday to apprehend within 10 days and present in court a 70-year-old man who has been accused of attempting to forcibly marry a minor girl in Balochistan’s Qila Abdullah district. The ruling came as a three-judge bench headed by CJP Nisar heard the underage marriage case at the Quetta...

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Eight-year-old girl burnt alive after rape

CHICHAWATNI: After Zainab another eight-year-old 'Noor Fatima' was burnt alive after being raped in Muhammadabad village near Chichawatni, NewsOne reported on Tuesday. According to details, minor girl went to buy some sweet from a shop but did not return home. Her family found her in unconscious condition after three hours search having burn wounds on 90 percent of her body. Noor...

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Girl commits suicide in Peshawar after her boyfriend leaks private video

Web Desk: A 19-year-old female student 'Maryam Afridi' has allegedly committed suicide after her MMS scandal was leaked on internet by her boyfriend. According to details, Maryam Afridi hanged herself after her boyfriend uploaded the private video on Social media platforms. As per details the boy recorded the video through hidden camera. The deceased was the student of private college...

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Chinese man jailed by Dutch court for smuggling rhino horn

A Dutch court Friday sentenced a Chinese man to a year in jail for smuggling five rhino horns and four other horn objects worth about 500,000 euros ($613,000) in his luggage. The man was caught by customs officials at Schiphol airport in December, as he transited through Amsterdam on his way from South Africa to the eastern Chinese metropolis of...

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CJP Saqib Nisar praises Lalu Prasad Yadav for converting Indian railway into profitable service

LAHORE: On Saturday, Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has showered praises on Indian Politician Lalu Prasad Yadav while taking up a suo motu notice on the 60 billion losses that Pakistan Railway is currently going through. The Chief Justice observed in Supreme Court Lahore's registry that Lalu was an uneducated person, but the way he managed the Indian...

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Chinese double amputee to climb Everest after ban revoked

A Chinese climber who lost both legs to frostbite on Everest four decades ago is hoping to finally reach the summit after Nepal's top court overruled a controversial government ban on blind and double amputee climbers. Xia Boyu is the first double amputee to be given a permit to climb the world's highest mountain after the ban was revoked. The...

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Watch: Chinese engineers brawl with police officials in Khanewal

Web Desk: A fight broke out between police officials and Chinese engineers after the latter attempted to leave camp without security. In a video, Chinese citizens were trying to leave their camp without security and were advised against it. Security officials tried to stop the engineers and the situation escalated into a brawl. The engineers attacked a police mobile and...

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Dozens Of Taliban, Civilians Killed In Afghan Air Strike

An Afghan air strike on a suspected Taliban gathering in the northern province of Kunduz has caused dozens of casualties, including among civilians, officials said. Abdul Hameed Hameedi, a local police official, said the strike in the Dasht-i Archi district outside Kunduz city on April 2 hit a gathering of Taliban fighters preparing an operation, killing at least 15 and...

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Dubai’s Head Of Security attacks Pakistanis with racist tweets, “national duty to stop hiring Pakistanis”

Dhahi Khalfan, Lieutenant General and Head Of General Security in Dubai, has unleashed a wave of racist remarks on Twitter in which he attacks Pakistanis. These tweets came right after the Dubai authorities arrested a gang of Pakistanis for smuggling drugs. It seems the Dubai official has taken a stand to hold all Pakistanis worldwide responsible for the gang’s actions.  On...

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Martin Luther King: a life in dates

Here are key dates in the life of US civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., the pastor, Nobel Peace Prize winner and preacher of non-violence who was assassinated 50 years ago. - January 15, 1929: King is born in Atlanta in the southern state of Georgia. - June 18, 1953: He marries Coretta Scott and they go on to...

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Astronomers find the ‘impossible’: a galaxy without dark matter

Stupefied astronomers on Wednesday unveiled the first and only known galaxy without dark matter, the invisible and poorly-understood substance thought to make up a quarter of the Universe. The discovery could revise or even upend theories of how galaxies are formed, they reported in the journal Nature. "This is really bizarre," said co-author Roberto Abraham, an astronomer at the University...

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Pakistan’s first transgender news anchor breaking barriers, ‘We are not Aliens’

Marvia Malik, the first transgender news anchor of Pakistan, is breaking barriers, leading a positive change in attitudes of the country. But it was not an easy journey. The anchor whose first appearance on local channel Kohenoor TV on Saturday went viral on social media, recalled her struggle growing up as a transgender. “My story is not different from any...

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Nimrod’s tomb possibly found in Gwadar

An ancient gate named ‘Sutak Deen Dar’ has been found some 150 kilometres from Gwadar which is said to have been traced back to the evil Nimrod. According to the Islamic narrative, Abraham seems to have a series of discussions with Nimrod. The Quran states, "Have you not considered him who had an argument with Abraham about his Lord, because God had given...

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Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, dies aged 45

Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, has died in Kenya at the age of 45, after becoming a symbol of efforts to save his subspecies from extinction, a fate that only science can now prevent. When Sudan was born in 1973 in the wild in Shambe, South Sudan, there were about 700 of his kind left in existence. At...

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Karachi ranks sixth in ‘cost of living’ survey, one of the cheapest in the world

The metropolis and largest and most populated city of Pakistan, Karachi has ranked sixth in the annual “Worldwide cost of living report” by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The Worldwide Cost of Living report released earlier this week ranked Karachi sixth cheapest city in the world out of a total 133 cities. The EIU's annual ranking compares the prices of over 150 items...

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