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Tehreek-e-Hurriyat leader Mir Hafeezullah martyred by Indian troops in IoK

Srinagar: Indian troops on Wednesday martyred senior leader of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir, Mir Hafeezullah, in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK). The Indian armed agents opened fire after barging into the house of Mir Hafeezullah, the TeH District President, at Akingam in Achabal area of the district, injuring him and his wife. They were rushed to Islamabad district hospital where doctors declared...

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LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK:‘Neighbors’ bangs ‘Spider-Man’ from U.S. box office perch

Raunchy adult comedy "Neighbors", starring Seth Rogen as a family man who moves next to a frat house, kicked superhero movie "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" off the top spot on U.S. and Canadian box office charts over the weekend.  "Neighbors" earned $51.1 million in ticket sales to lead all films from Friday through Sunday, according to estimates from tracking firm...

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LAHORE: LHCBA bans participation of Geo reporters

The Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) has banned entry of Geo correspondents, intending to cover proceedings at LHCBA. The LHCBA said they believe in freedom of the press, but no compromise would be built on national security. The bar association said none of the Geo employees would be allowed at LHCBA, intending to pass over the transactions. Geo has...

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TEHRAN: Despite obstacle, Pakistan and Iran agree to pursue gas project

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani have agreed to continue with the Iran-Pakistan gas line project. The PM informed the Iranian President that he was there with his team of finance, petroleum and interior resolve all the issues, which were creating hindrance in the task. A statement from the PM House said both the leaders reiterated their...

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PESHAWAR: Peshawar stadium blast, Four killed, five wounded.

Four people were killed and at least five others wounded in an explosion in Peshawar’s local football stadium. According to initial accounts, the attack took place in a football stadium located on Dalazak Road. The explosion partially damaged a nearby mosque. The nature of the fire could not be confirmed immediately as members of the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) were...

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Celebrating Mother’s day all over the globe

Mother’s Day is a day for many people to express their appreciation towards mothers and mother figures worldwide. Celebrating Mother’s day around all over the world. Children brought cards, flowers, chocolates, jewelry and other gifts for their mothers or mother-type figures who have been role models in their whole life. Channels specially designed and celebrated mother’s day. Many restaurants offer...

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Meets Allah in Heaven – Christian Boy Dies for 3 Minutes

A young Christian boy who briefly went on a surgeon’s operating table this weekend says he saw someone named Allah in Heaven. Bobby Anderson, the son of a well-known Christian pastor in Atlanta, suffered internal injuries from an auto accident and was technically dead for 3 minutes before being resuscitated.  “I didn’t see Jesus anywhere,” he told WGCL news after...

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Homs: Syria rebels in final retreat from heart of Homs

The last freedom fighters were going away the essence of the battleground city of Homs, handing a symbolic victory to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ahead of a controversial election. Rebels strike back in the historic heart of Aleppo, blowing up a luxury hotel-turned-army position after tunnelling under the front line which separates the primary urban center of northern Syria. At...

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NEW DEHLI: India refuse WHO report on Delhi air pollution

India on Thursday ruled out the findings of the World Health Organization (WHO) that ranked New Delhi as the world's worst city for air pollution, with government scientists saying the UN agency had overestimated levels in the Capital. This occurred even as environmentalists reacted strongly and said it confirmed that Indian cities are becoming death traps. "This database confirms our...

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Samsung replaces mobile design head

The head of Samsung's mobile phone design unit has been replaced amid lukewarm reviews for the firm's flagship new phone. Chang Dong-Hoon reportedly offered his resignation last week, and will be succeeded by Lee Minhyouk. Samsung has not given any details on why the movement took place. The company’s latest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5, received mixed reviews. Many...

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SEOUL: S.Korean shares rebound on upbeat China data

Korean shares rebounded first in nine sessions on Thursday as sentiment was boosted by better-than- expected trade data from China, South Korea's biggest trade partner. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 10. 72 points, or 0.55 percent to close at 1,950.60. Trading volume amounted to 218.94 million shares worth 3.82 trillion won (3.73 billion U.S. dollars). After...

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Taylor Swift shows off her kitty shoes, later discovering that her cat attacked her designer Met Gala gown

Everyone was anticipating an awkward run-in between Taylor Swift and Selena Gomezlast night, and there was a run-in, but it wasn't awkward at all. In fact, it was pretty darn cute. Last week RadarOnline had reported that Selena was bored with Taylor and “didn’t want to bake cookies or paint any longer”. The two besties have been rumored to be in a feud...

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NEW DELHI: India ordered to bolster Pakistani diplomats’ security

Islamabad Tuesday demanded of Indian government to bolster the protection of its diplomats after the Pakistan High Commission received threatening letters Pakistan's Deputy High Commissioner to India raised the matter with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). "The letters, which were picked up in the past few days, contained threats to harm Pakistani officials as well as attempts on...

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Johannesburg: Kaneria’s request against life-ban for match-fixing dismissed by London High Court

The London High Court has reportedly upheld former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria's life ban imposed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for match-fixing in 2010. The camera was blocked by the ECB, in a ban subsequently applied globally by the ICC, for encouraging Essex teammate Mervyn Westfield to 'deliberately concede' runs in an English county limited overs match against...

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San Francisco: Windows now has more reasons to be afraid of the Chromebook

Another wave of laptop computers running on Google's Chrome operating system will be coming to stores this summer in the latest challenge to Microsoft's dominant Windows franchise. The latest line of Chromebooks unveiled Tuesday run on a new generation of faster Intel microprocessors that don't consume as much battery power. The machines will be shipped by major personal computer manufacturers...

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Pakistan – Iran approves to start hotline

TEHRAN – On Tuesday, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif held speaks with Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli in Islamabad. The Pakistani leader stated his country is determined to boost ties with neighboring Iran. The decision came on the heels of recent tensions between the two neighboring countries when five Iranian border guards were abducted by Jaish-UL Adl militant group...

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‘Spider-Man 2’ opens big, but comes short of ‘Captain America’ record

Spider-Man's latest film netted a massive number at the corner office this weekend -- but in the end, the superhero couldn't stick it to Captain America. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which hit theaters Thursday evening, debuted with $92 million, per an estimate from distributor Sony Pictures.  Steering into the weekend, pre-release audience surveys indicated the 3-D sequel starring Andrew Garfield...

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