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Fake degree holders face more agony
ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said on Monday that lawmakers holding fake-degrees could face criminal cases and gave 189 lawmakers, who had not s...
COAS asks ISAF to check cross border attacks
RAWALPINDI – General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan Army, and General Joseph F. Dunford, Commander International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), met here on Monday as part of t...
MQM unveils urban focused manifesto
KARACHI – Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) – the party with the mandate of Sindh province’s urban population – on Monday unveiled its electoral manifesto for the May 11 general elections, DawnNews repo...
Critics wrong to question my approach: Misbah
After leading Faisalabad Wolves to victory in the Faysal Bank Super Eight T20, captain Misbah-ul-Ha...
'We won it for Kevin': Louisville top Duke despite Ware's sickening injury
It looked like a scene from a sports movie at Lucas Oil Stadium, albeit one that borrowed make-up f...
Honours even between 'best of the rest'
It was honours even on a damp Easter Sunday at a damp Estadio Vicente Calderon as the traditional L...
Australia keep probables list secret
Younus first among ‘senior citizens’ to get boot
Raja Nadir Pervez parts ways with PML-N
NICL scam Arrest warrants out for Fahim
Afghanistan not ready to stand on its
AI launches drive against rights abuses
Dasti, Amir Yar indicted
Zardari convinces Bilawal to return
Afghan teenager fatally stabs US soldie
Former PM Pervez Ashraf’s son-in-law ap
Country hosts first ever shoe ramp show
‘Django Unchained’ first Quentin Tarantino film released in China
Sound of the Xity showcases China
Kareena Kapoor delays ad shoot
US promotes uplift of Pakistani women
PEF launches voucher scheme to reduce p
ICCI concerned over swelling circular d
Traders pin high hopes on caretaker Gov
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Women tourists desert India after rape attacks
NEW DELHI – The number of foreign women tourists visiting India has dropped by 35 percent in the past three months following a spate of sex attacks that have made global headlines, a new survey has found. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) says overall tourist arrivals are down 25 percent year-on-year, with holiday makers opting instead to visit other Asian countries such as Malaysia and Thailand. The fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old Indian student by six men on a bus in New Delhi in December sparked outrage o ...
Gilani lauds contesting women from FATA
Environment preservation drive to educa
Swat police beat reporter
Munawar appeals try JI
˙ţFS Jilani to visit
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(Rawalpindi) Advocate Asghar ALi Mubarak addressing media after filing Nomination Paper of Advocate Tahira Bano for the Provisional Assembly Seat
Yuan touches record high on dollar supp
Private aircraft stores opening across
Indus Basin: cooperation not confrontat
Palm Oil eases to 3-month low, exports
Panasonic investigated in US for allege
Uygur women sign up for life on the oce
Life is an education
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Man suspected of stabbing women with ne
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