US citizen convicted for planning Al Qaeda training in Pakistan

Advertisements  A US citizen was sent to prison for 13 years on Monday as he was planning to visit Pakistan to provide weapons training to Al Qaeda fighters, which he already got, during fighting in Syria. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, 25, found guilty late last year to attempting to give …

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Series with India will provide $300m: Sethi

LAHORE: The chair of Pakistan cricket board (PCB) Najam Sethi said that the country will earn approximately $450 million from the series against India in the next eight years. On the sideline of an International Cricket Council (ICC) annual conference in Melbourne last week, both the countries signed a treaty …

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Former DG-ISPR divulges: “Kayani was never in the favor of North Waziristan operation”

Ex-spokesperson , Pakistan Army, has divulged former army chief Gen(R) Ashfaq Pervez Kayani’s disapproval over launching a full-fledged military operation in North Waziristan, despite the military leadership’s willingness in carrying it out, three years ago. Maj Gen (retd) Athar Abbas , former DG inter-Services Public Relations(ISPR) disclosed this fact during …

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Prime Minister turns down Ogra’s recommendations on petroleum prices

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has refused to accept the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) summary concerning the petroleum prices for July,2014,without approval, and has asked for reconsiderations. According to the spokesman, PM house,  the government has decided to release half a billion subsidy for ensuring that petroleum prices will …

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Saudi King Abdullah lambaste at extermists

The King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, on Sunday, condemned the terrorists declaring not to tolerate them, in his speech at the start of Ramazan. Islam is “religion of unity, fraternity and mutual support” but some people “lured in by false calls… are confusing reform with terrorism”, the king said, in …

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No need to be panic over US bounty, God is on my side: Hafiz Saeed

London: The founder of a self-declared Pakistani charity, Hafiz Saeed, who has been accused of having masterminding the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai by India and US, has once again denied the sanctions on his organization. While being interviewed by BBC representative, he said that US is pinpointing Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) …

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Ramazan: Price Hike in Pakistan

As usual government saw failure to stop retailers’ extra profiting from consumers in Ramazan. As the Ramazan moon was sight in the country, the prices of consumer products were raised up. The items whose prices have been increased are all but visible increase may observe in gram flour, potato, onions …

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The first night-test to be played in 2015

The ICC has been continuously planning to launch a new tradition in cricket world by founding the test match at night. For this purpose, an eccentric color for the ball has also been considered which will make the cricket-ball appear in pink color. The match will be played between Australia …

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Prime Minster decides to engage with the national polity over current scenario

Prime Minister has decided of approaching the political parties, to seek the confidence of the national polity over the recent national issues, and those emanating out of Zarb-i-Azb operation. The decision was arrived at , at the conclusion of a meeting presided over by Nawaz Sharif,at his Raiwind residence, on …

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Cm Sindh meets COAS Raheel Shareef

Qaim Ali Shah meets with General Raheel sharif. CM Sindh assure his  complete suppport for the operation Zarb-i-Azb .Head of sindh province also gave cheque of 5 crore for IDP’s to Army Cheif.

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Facebook fights US court data request

Facebook’s accounts searched by US court, now public Facebook has filed an appeal against a US court search warrant in which they were enforced to make accessible the digital data of almost 400 users alleged with benefit fraud. The social media site said the request was “by far the largest” …

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Malala, the youngest girl to receive the liberty modal award

Philadelphia: The young Pakistani girl will become the youngest girl who is given the liberty modal award from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The girl, who has been working for the girls’ education after being targeted by the extremists when she was returning from the school at her hometown …

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ISIS announces ‘Caliphate’ around the World

Islamists battling with Iraqi and Syrian forces declared the ‘Caliphate’ on Sunday with its chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi ‘the Caliph’ from the seized area. In an audio recording posted online, the Islamic State of Iran and the Levant (ISIS), enforced the Caliphate making Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi “the leader for Muslims …

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Prime Minister vows to uplifting PIA’s stature to that of world’s top-notch one

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited the Islamabad International Airport, on Sunday, to see the new addition of A320  to  the group of PIA’s (Pakistan International Airline) existing aircrafts. This kind of  addition has been made after almost ten years. Addressing on the occasion, Nawaz Sharif made a commitment in providing …

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