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Daily Archives: November 25, 2010
Rangers had conducted a search operation in different parts of Karachi on Thursday, arresting several suspects and recovering large cache of arms from a bus,source said. opration launched after PPP and MQM deal on RGST.The search operation began in the … Continue reading
Pakistan said on Thursday that it was time for India to realize that it could not continue suppressing the will of people of Jammu and Kashmir. Foreign Office Spokesman Abdul Basit told a weekly … Continue reading
An earthquake of moderate intensity measuring 5.7 on the richter scale was felt in Peshawar and surrounding areas on Thursday afternoon. According to the details, earthquake jolted provincial capital, Islamabad and northern areas at … Continue reading
Fired-up Pakistan annexed the Asian Games men’s hockey gold medal after 20 years with a convincing 2-0 win over Malaysia in the final on Thursday. Veteran Sohail Abbas put Pakistan ahead with his team’s first penalty corner in the 26th minute, … Continue reading
Pakistan interior minster Rehman malik said all explosive who use terror attacks in pakistan came from afganistan. “All these IEDs (improvised-explosive devices) are actually being transported from Afghanistan to Pakistan,” Interior Minister Rehman … Continue reading
Chairman Ansar Burney Trust International and former Federal Minister for human rights Ansar Burney has requested the British government to ban the entry of Jamiat Ulamae Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman in the United Kingdom. In a statement issued from London, Burney … Continue reading