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Quota system gets new life
ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister informed the Cabinet that keeping up with the best democratic traditions, PML-N will neither make any effort to dislodge the sitting government in Azad Kashmir nor will tak ...
Opp close to boycott or field joint candidate
KARACHI – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Inaf presidential candidate Justice (retd) Wajihuddin on Thursday said that his party would not object if the opposition and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz decided to b ...
Islamabad soft on Kabul's allegations
SLAMABAD – Pakistan says it wants positive engagement with Afghanistan for peace and stability in the region. Speaking at his weekly news briefing in Islamabad Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesperson A ...
F-1 relaxes pit lane ban on media
Formula 1 has relaxed its total ban on television reporters and cameramen reporting from the pit la...
Asif admits to spot-fixing
Karachi – Following the footsteps of his fellow banned teammates, disgraced Pakistan pace bowler Mo...
Misbah to play in Caribbean Premier League
Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, will replace Australia's Luke Pomersbach in the St Lucia Zouks...
Toss crucial as mismatched sides face off
SA hope for respite in Pallekele
Azeem to resign as Advisor on aviation
Bugti's grand-son leads convoy to Dera
MPA Samina disqualified over fake degre
‘100,000 fall prey to Syrian war’
Afghan Taliban find new opening for IED
NAB to probe issuance of blue passports
Dassault bids for $1.5b Indian Rafale d
Stanford ranked top US varsity
Sale of over the counter drugs
Woman gang-raped in India
Royal Baby named Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge
Michael Douglas’s Cancer trigged my Bipolar Disorder: Catherine Zeta-Jones
Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem welcome second baby
Amanda Bynes hospitalized on psych hold for setting fire
WASHINGTON – As if politics in Washington and the United States isn't divisive enough, Hindus and Muslims from the subcontinent have brought their decades-old partisan feud to America.
A tactically leaked letter by 65 Indian lawmakers, many of them Muslims, to US President Barack Obama, pressing him not to revoke the ban on Gujarat chief minister NarendraModi from visiting US because of his alleged role or inaction in the 2002 communal riots is just the latest jab in the ongoing skirmish between the..

Indian Army’s JAG Branch caught in web

NEW DELHI – The Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Department that is Indian Army’s Judicial-cum-Legal wing, tasked with dispensing military justice, ensuring fair play and rendering legal advice to Commanders on operational and administrative matters, is caught in a web of cases filed by its own officers alleging irregularities in the system. Our investigations indicate that for strength of 121 officers, around 100 cases ....
Education system spoiling future gener
Carrying of weapons banned in Capital
FPCCI lauds clearance of first seafood
Police to use social media
PTF warned against meddling in others’
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Engro Eximp launches Engro Bharosa
EU regulation enhances toy safety
Bentley to build world’s most expensive
Postal Service moving away from At-Your
Ramadan prizes
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Sartaj in Kabul
Iraq’s jailbreak shock
India: Hindu terrorism exposed
Fighting terror matters
Peaceful Afghanistan: A far cry!
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