January 28, 2015

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    86 terrorists killed in security forces’ action in Khyber Agency, Datta Khel

    ISLAMABAD  – At least eighty six militants were killed as result of security forces’ aerial action in Tirah Valley area of Khyber Agency and Datta Khel, According to the sources, the security forces launched an aerial operation in the Tirah Valley and killed at least ten militantsas a result whereas the aerial operation in Datta Khel took down seventy six terrorists. At least six hideouts, cache of weapons and explosives-laden seven vehicles were also destroyed. Those killed also include foreign terrorists. The operation against the terrorists in Khyber Agency and Waziristan is ongoing successfully and several hideouts have also been destroyed consequently.

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    MQM stages walkout from Sindh Assembly over CM Sindh’s statement

    KARACHI (Web Desk) – The Sindh Assembly today (Tuesday) witnessed ruckus when the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) lawmakers got infuriated over Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah`s claim that the party had `attacked` the CM House in September last year, During the session, MQM Deputy Parliamentary Leader Khawaja Izharul Hassan remarked that his party workers are being subjected to torture and killed by men in plain clothes but no action has been taken by the concerned authorities. “Mr. CM, we stood outside your door for 10 hours, but you did not come out,” he said. MQM workers had stage sit-in outside the CM House in September last year to protest…

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    CPLC chief denies Rangers’ raid at residence

    KARACHI  – Rangers raided the residence of Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) chief Ahmed Chinoy on Tuesday and brought him for questioning over a kidnapping case, Ahmed Chinoy said that the Rangers personnel came at his residence only to extract information and that some people started spreading rumor that it was a raid. Addressing a press conference, Chinoy said that Laraib was arrested last night and that his family had contacted CPLC in this regard. He said Rangers did not raid his house and that they were there only for a discussion and left after exchanging views. According to the details, the Rangers personnel raided Chinoy’s residence last night and directed him to meet for questioning which…

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    Karachi averts catastrophe as 3 cylinder bombs disposed

    KARACHI – Karachi once again escaped major catastrophe as police discovered three 120kg weighing cylinder bombs from a rickshaw in Baldia Town. The police disarmed the 3 bombs, potentially saving the city from causalities and destruction. According to the details, the police were informed of 3 highly suspicious cylinders. The bomb disposal squad was called in. The bomb disposal squad recovered the 3 cylinder bombs from beneath the seat of the rickshaw. According to the bomb disposal squad, all 3 cylinders contained explosive material which was linked together by a remote control device. The bomb disposal squad also informed that the overall weight of the bombs found from the rickshaw was greater than…

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    India: Negotiations with Pakistan not possible in climate of terrorism

    ISLAMABAD  – The Indian High Commissioner Dr. T.C.A Raghavan on Monday said that negotiations with Pakistan were not possible in a climate of terrorism. He stated that the negotiations did not look plausible until the problems that were highlighted by India were not addressed and resolved also. He expressed these views while talking to the media. According to the details, the Indian High Commissioner also said that the United Nations (UN) banned Jamat-ud-Dawah in 2008. But instead the activities of Hafiz Syed and Jamat-ud-Dawa from 2008 till date are in front of everyone. Raghavan stated that the relation between India and the US along with joint co-operation in defense between the…

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Intellectually disabled Hill, 54, executed throwing out last-minute pleas

Jan 28, 2015

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The US state of Georgia executed a double killer Tuesday whose lawyers said he was intellectually disabled, after last-minute pleas for his life were thrown out. The Supreme Court turned down the final appeal from lawyers of Warren Hill, 54, who was pronounced dead from lethalinjection at 7:55 pm (0055 GMT), a prison spokeswoman said. The court voted 7-2 not to take up the petition arguing Hill shouldn t be executed because he was intellectually disabled. Hill, whose advocates say he had an IQ of 70, was sentenced to death after killing a fellow inmate with a nail-studded board in 1990 while serving a life sentence…

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I stood by my decision to award Prince Philip knighthood: Tony Abbott

Jan 28, 2015

MELBOURNE (AFP) - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Wednesday he stood by his controversial decision to award Britain s Prince Philip a knighthood and was taking the firestorm of criticism “on the chin”. Several ministers have walked away from Abbott s appointment of the nonagenarian Duke of Edinburgh to the ranks of the Order of Australia, MPs on all sides have mocked the move and the media condemned it severely. Abbott had kept quiet since Australia Day on Monday when social media lit up with repeated ridicule of his announcement. On Wednesday he tried to calm the storm by taking questions from reporters and admitting he would consult more widely on future appointments. But he did not back down….

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Rockets fired from Syria hit Israeli-held Golan: army

Jan 28, 2015

JERUSALEM (AFP) – At least two rockets fired from Syria hit the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Tuesday prompting Israeli forces to return fire, the army said. There were no immediate reports of casualties on the Israeli side. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later warned that Israel was “ready to respond with force” to any attack. Israeli army spokesman Peter Lerner said the Syrian fire was “intentional, not spillover from the Syrian civil war” as has sometimes been the case in the past. In September the army fired at a Syrian military position in response to what it said was stray fire from fighting between soldiers and Islamist rebels close to the armistice line on…

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Obama wraps up India visit with town hall meeting

Jan 27, 2015

NEW DELHI (AFP) - US President Barack Obama will host a town hall-style meeting in India on Tuesday, seeking to stress the shared values of the world s largest democracies as he wraps up a visit aimed at reinvigorating their sometimes tense ties. The speech to around 1,500 young Indians comes at the end of an unprecedented second visit to India by a serving US president, underscoring Obama s determination to reinvent a relationship marred by a bitter diplomatic row in late 2013. Although the trip has been light on substantive policy announcements, Obama and new Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a breakthrough on a nuclear deal that had stalled under India s previous government…

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