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Osama’s son demands death certificate of his father from US

Advertisements The renowned website that leaked dozens of sensational news around the world, Wikileaks, has disclosed sensational news and this time related to Osama bin Laden. Wikileaks has disclosed that Osama Bin Laden’s son has demanded death certificate of his father from US. Advertisements According to Wikilieaks, US Embassy in …

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Hosting Refugees: Pakistan’s distinct Position by UN Report

KARACHI: Pakistan provided shelter to 1.5 million refugees and has second position after Turkey which hosts 1.59 million, according to a report by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). At an event on World Refugee Day, Shah Ahmed Saeed consul general of Afghanistan said, “It is frightening that populations are …

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Russia to deliver four Mi-35M combat Helicopters to Pakistan: Russian News Agency

MOSCOW: Russia has sent Islamabad a draft contract on the delivery of four Mil Mi-35M (NATO named Hind E) combat Helicopters, as reported by Russian News Agency. Russian News Agency has claimed on behalf of its sources, “Following the results of the talks held earlier on helicopters, which Pakistan would …

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No link between Islam and Extremism: French PM Manuel Valls

PARIS: There is no link between Islam and extremism said by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls at the first meeting of the “Forum for Dialogue with Islam in France” held on Monday at the Ministry of Interior, France. Addressing to the opening ceremony of dialogue forum, French Prime Minister has …

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US wishes Pakistan and India to reduce tension through dialogue

The United States asks India and Pakistan to conduct table-talk to lessen tension being prevailed in the region due to their hostile remarks for each other. “I don’t have comment on that specific operation,” US State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said, while talking to media when asked if the US …

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The Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2015: No Pakistani university in Top 100

The Times Higher Education has released the list of Asia University Rankings 2015. Unfortunately, none of Pakistani University were able to book a place in the list of Top 100 Asian Universities in 2015. Japan, Singapore, China and South Korea are dominating in the list of top 10. The Times …

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NGO ‘Save The Children’ sealed

Islamabad: Government administration officials along with the police raided at the charity’s office in on Margalla road sector F-6/2 in Islamabad after working hours and placed a lock on the door and a notice saying that the building had been sealed. A senior official, Kamran Cheema told AFP, “We have sealed the …

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NA Passes a resolution to stand up for Rohingya Muslims

ISLAMABAD: The national assembly has passed a resolution on Wednesday against the brutality of government of Myanmar. The resolution was moved by Rana Tanvir Hussain ( Federal Minister For Defensce Production ). PM Nawaz Sharif was also there in the House along with Opposition Leader of NA Syed Khursheed Shah. …

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Indian Army’s Myanmar strike is an open message to Pak: Rajyavardhan Sigh Rathore

NEW DELHI: After Indian Army’s attack and rooting out two militants camp in Myanmar, Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore bluntly warned Pakistan saying India can strike it as well. Soon after Indian Army announced that it had engaged with militant groups in two sites and ‘inflicted important casualties’, a former …

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Honeybee compels the flight for emergency landing

LONDON: Sometimes a tine thing becomes the cause of a great accident and the same incident happened with a plane of British Airline when a honeybee compelled the flight for emergency landing after entering into its technical instrument. As per details, as soon the flight of British Airline took off …

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‘Take up the sword’: Pakistani Taliban call for Jihad in Myanmar

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Taliban on Monday appealed Muslims in Myanmar to gird up their loins to combat the country’s rulers, saying the Taliban’s resources and training facilities were available to support them ‘take up the sword’. Ehsanullah Ehsan, spokesperson for the hardline Jamaat-ul-Ahrar group of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) movement, …

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PM Nawaz Sharif arrives in Dushanbe, Tajikistan for two day official visit

DUSHANBE: Prime minister of Pakistan has reached Dushanbe for two day official visit to attend an international conference on Water for life. PM will lead the delegation which includes Federal Minister of Water And Power Khawaja Mohammad Asif and Advisor Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi. United nation secretary general Ban Ki-Moon …

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China uses drone for invigilation in college exams

BEIJING: The drone technology is being used in China for invigilation in some of the very important key tests in colleges. These drones were used in two of the test centers in the Chinese province Heynan in which two candidates were having secret devices for cheating and the done successfully …

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Nobel Laureate Malala finally opens her lips in support of Rohingya Muslims

Nobel Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai has finally spoke up on the pathetic situation of Rohingya Muslims in Burma and urged the influential leaders of the world to take notice of this genocide of Muslims in Burma. Malala said in her recent statement that she is standing with the Rohingyas and …

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