Pakistan

PM Khan, COAS Bajwa discuss IoK, regional security

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday met Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the Prime Minister Office (PMO). PM Khan and the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) exchanged viewpoints on national and regional security, with the current situation in Occupied Kashmir also came under the discussion. Director-General Inter-Services Intelligence Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed and Director General Inter-Services Public...

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KARACHI: MQM workers Funeral prayer being offered

Funeral prayers of two slain workers of the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) offered here on Friday. The funeral prayers were offered at Numaish Chowrangi where a great number of people, including party workers, family members and acquaintances were present. The dead bodies of the workers were found on Wednesday from Memon Goth and yesterday they were recognized as MQM workers....

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Sanam Saeed got engaged or nikahfied?

Pakistani television star Sanam Saeed is reportedly engaged. Nevertheless, we are yet in doubt whether it was an engagement or Nikkah ceremony, because despite all the news reports that are calling it an engagement, a root close to the actor revealed that she was already engaged before and the recent ceremony was her Nikkah. People wants  to confirm this delightful...

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PESHAWAR: Peace jirga calls for solving ‘stalled’ peace talks

Tribal peace Georgia has appealed the army, government and the Taliban to hammer out a solution in establishing peace talks a success, In a program line, peace , said peace and stability in FATA will lead to peace across the rural area. It also demanded extension in ceasefire to make peace talks a success. Members said no steps were required...

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ISLAMABAD: International Laborr Day 2014 is being marked

International Laborr Day 2014 is being marked today across the world, including Pakistan with theme "Maintaining Productivity sustained by Mutual Dialogue" It is being celebrated all across the world every year on 1st of May which has been adjudged as the traditional spring holiday in the Europe and Pakistan The Day is marked by different rallies and seminars to highlight...

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Karachi: Four dead bodies discovered from Memon Goth.

Four people, whose bodies were found yesterday from Memon Goth area, have been identified as MQM workers. The Spokesman MQM Rabita Committee confirmed the physical structures of four men as MQM workers. He told their party workers were hit multiple times before their bodies were dumped. Presently after the information, MQM RC members reached the Edhi morgue, Sohrab Goth, to...

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RAWALPINDI: Young girl comes under acid attack in Pindi

A man splashed acid on a minor girl for unidentified reasons in an outskirt area of Pindi. Shagufta, 10, came under acid attack by a human in the Bahar Colony area of Rawalpindi. The affected girl is grade-2 scholar Her mother told that an unknown man scaled a wall of the house, had acid on her daughter, who was asleep,...

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Internet Explorer Bug quits Computers Vulnerable to Hackers

Coming home on one malicious link in Internet Explorer may be all it takes for hackers to hijack your data processor, according to warnings issued today by Microsoft and the Department of Homeland Security. Federal officials suggested that people should avoid using Internet Explorer browser versions six to 11 until Microsoft has successfully patched the bug. The United States Computer...

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Nawaz – lauds management as PIA posts Rs1.67b profit

KARACHI: On Tuesday, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) staked an operating profit Rs1.67 billion for the first quarter (Jan-Mar) of this calendar year (2014). January 1- March 31, 2014— as opposed to a loss of Rs. 5.65 billion for the corresponding period of last year (2013). The airlines recorded a loss of Rs5.65 billion in the comparable quarter of the...

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ISLAMABAD: Petroleum prices go down.

The finance ministry has cut back costs of oil products by up to Rs.4.5/liter. The new rates will be effective from May 1st. The fresh cut in petroleum prices was approved on the recommendation of Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) which forwarded a summary to petroleum and finance ministries The cost of gasoline has been cut by Rs 0.34/liter,...

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Killed a navy officer while fires near defense area

An unknown man opened a fire on Navy military officers. He has been shifted to the hospitals.

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ISLAMABAD: Veena Malik came to Pakistan

Pakistani model and actress arrived back home on Wednesday after being in India for three years. She was accompanied by her husband, Asad Khattak. “I’m so excited being back to Pakistan after three years. Being away from home for so long has only increased my love for my country multifold,” said Veena Malik, who tied the nuptial knot last year...

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KARACHI: A Truck Road accident at Karsaz

At karsaz road, driving the way down at 3:00pm, the truck drove off the road and rolled. A person was crushed by the truck. He has been shifted to the hospital in a critical condition.

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RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army is observing Youm-e-Shuhada

Pakistan Army is observing Youm-e-Shuhada (Day of Martyrs) in recognition to valiant soldiers who put their lives defending the homeland. Head of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif will lay a wreath at Yadgar-e-Shuhada to pay homage to the supreme sacrifices rendered by sons of the ground. A smartly turned out contingent of Pakistan army will present guard of honor...

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QUETTA: Seven security men shot down in the Turbat bank robbery

Seven security officials were shot down in an effort to block a bank robbery in restive southwest Pakistan on Tuesday, officials alleged. A robber also died in the incident in the city of Turbat, around 30 miles (48 kilometer) south of the Baluchistan provincial capital Quetta, when law enforcement personnel tried to fill the raid. "Three armed robbers stormed the...

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BADIN: 45 Hindu devotees wounded in Badin bus accident

More than 45 Hindu devotees were injured on Wednesday after a heap they were traveling in overturned near Badin town of Sindh. Police and rescue teams said the incident took place in the early hours of Wednesday near Badin where a bus overloaded with Hindu devotees met the accident apparently due to over- rushing. The passenger vehicle was coming from...

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Afghan and foreign forces kill 60 close to the Pakistan border

KABUL: Afghan troops came by the Western air power killed at least 60 militants during a conflict in southeastern Afghanistan close to the Pakistan border, the Afghanistan's intelligence agency said on Wednesday. Paktika shares a long and porous border with lawless areas in Pakistan, where foreign fighters and the Haqqani network, allies of the Afghan Taliban, is believed to be...

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