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Raja at dead end street
ISLAMABAD – Election Tribunal has rejected an appeal of former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, barring him to contest polls from NA-51 Gujar Khan. The Election Tribunal comprised of Lahore High C...
Govt put on spot in Musharraf’s case
ISLAMABAD – The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday ordered the Attorney General to submit a written reply explaining the federal government’s stance regarding former president Pervez Musharraf’s treason ca...
JI, JUI-F unveil manifestos
KARACHI – The Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Pakistan Monday announced its election manifesto, focusing on elimination of terrorism, unemployment and energy crisis from the country. Addressing a press confere...
Warriors battle through to big upset
Ross Taylor walked out for the toss in the absence of the Sri Lankan Angelo Mathews, and decided to...
Inzi terms LCCA as role model to promote Cricket
LAHORE – Former Pakistan cricket captain, Imzamam ul Haq has termed Lahore City Cricket Association...
Winning streak will end one day: admits Nadal
MONACO – Rafael Nadal admitted on Monday that his incredible 42-match, 10-year unbeaten run at Mont...
Scott Hall talks about his recovery
ITF approves Pak appeal against Referee
Ready to face jail, says Musharraf
FO strongly condemns drone attacks
Fazal Karim passes away
Attacks ring security alarm
World arm trade drops in 2012
US defends strategic pivot to Asia
Chavez's heir set to take over
UN Rep vows to work for ME peace
Sale of over the counter drugs
10-year girl raped in Delhi bus
Leading design house Nayna unveils three new brands
Jenna Bush welcomes daughter
Mahie Gill goes bikini-clad
Matt Damon, Luciana renew wedding vows
NEW DELHI – While the Indian government keeps accusing Pakistan of imposing terrorism across India, a study of the state of affairs within India indicates crystal clearly that India has a number of cities, well established for producing home-grown terrorism. The Daily Mail directed its correspondents across India, to compile...
Dad booked for raping daughter in India
PATNA (India) – While India is in grip of an acute rape syndrome with country emerging as world’s rape capital, forcing Indian government to introduce constitutional and legal amendments, one after the other to over come the menace and with sexual attacks on touring foreigners increasing day by say, it stands established that the Indians have recently developed a special lust for rapes and in this dirty trend, they do not even spare their own da ...
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Guests thrilled by truck art at Lok Vir
RAC holds drama Shah Hussain Faqir Sain
Private hospitals `fleecing' patients
‘Rural areas’ uplift impacts entire cou
A lot has been said by India that certain non-state actors in Pakistan or the even the spy agency ISI were not supportive of Pak-India peace process. The Indian government continued to blame different banned militant outfits of Pakistan of posing serious threats to the peace-process between the two countries....
Major terror bid foiled in Karachi
4-day Peace Festival begins at Lower Di
SC to hear CPP’s case today
617 polling stations to be set up in Sw
PPP to win polls for its performance: G
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LAHORE: Former Pakistan Cricket team captain Shahid Afridi shaking han with former Prime Minister & PML-N President Muhammad Nawaz Sharif prior to their meting. – Agencies
Chinese hemp shoes a hit in foreign mar
‘Towel exports decline on back of power
Khushhali Bank supports women entrepren
Fiscal fears go up again
GDP growth pinned on Industrial sector
We’ll ensure fair polls: PM
ANP seeks strict security
Fazl, Sabir can contest elections now
President urges FATA people to be activ
PTI names candidates for Lahore
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