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Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Development of education sector Govt’s top priority: President -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike Blood for blood: PAT will not accept any compensation for Model Town incident martyrs, says Tahirul Qadri Being patriot is no crime, national crises will only end once we resolve our personal issues: Altaf Hussain -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike Blood for blood: PAT will not accept any compensation for Model Town incident martyrs, says Tahirul Qadri -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike Blood for blood: PAT will not accept any compensation for Model Town incident martyrs, says Tahirul Qadri Being patriot is no crime, national crises will only end once we resolve our personal issues: Altaf Hussain Development of education sector Govt’s top priority: President Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Previous Next Play -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike Blood for blood: PAT will not accept any compensation for Model Town incident martyrs, says Tahirul Qadri Being patriot is no crime, national crises will only end once we resolve our personal issues: Altaf Hussain -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six army companies will be deployed in Lahore from 1st Muharram Key suspect involved in Edhi Centre robbery arrested from Korangi Town Police arrest 37 suspected criminals during raids in Karachi Two killed, eight injured as passenger van collides with vehicle of security forces in Kabal area of Swat Quetta: Polio torture Additional Session Judge Loralai Arbab Riaz, Balochistan Bar Association announces strike Blood for blood: PAT will not accept any compensation for Model Town incident martyrs, says Tahirul Qadri -

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Disabled Person’s Day celebrated at PTI sit-in in Islamabad -

Friday, October 24, 2014

PMLN’s Hassaan Riaz wins PP-162 Sheikhupura by-election, workers celebrate with aerial firing -

Friday, October 24, 2014

3 more polio cases surfaced in Sindh and Balochistan -

Friday, October 24, 2014

2 target-killers identified in Karachi by public -

Friday, October 24, 2014

One person gunned down in Patel Para area of Karachi -

Friday, October 24, 2014

October 26, 2014

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    IMF fights negative interest rates

      Washington (AFP) – The International Monetary Fund on Friday announced a minimum interest rate on its unique SDR currency as it fights off the impact of sagging interest rates and deflation from major economies. The IMF said that from Monday it would maintain a floor rate of 0.05 percent, or five basis points, on its special drawing rights or SDR currency, which represents a basket of the currencies of its largest members. Currently the rate the Fund pays on the money its members lend to it is 3 basis points. That is also the basis for the global crisis…

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    Liverpool manager warns Reds to plug leaky defence

      London (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers concedes Liverpool s season is destined to end in frustration unless his side can plug the gaps in their leaky defence. The Reds have kept just one clean sheet in their last 18 matches and Rodgers  pre-season overhaul of the defence, which saw the Liverpool manager splash out on Dejan Lovren and Alberto Moreno, has so far failed to solve the problem. This season Liverpool have shipped 19 goals and a weakness dealing with set-pieces has contributed to several defeats, including Wednesday s 3-0 loss against Real Madrid in the Champions League. Liverpool are already nine…

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    John F. Kennedy’s WWII letters sell at auction

      BOSTON (AP) – A collection of letters John F. Kennedy sent to the family of a lost PT-109 crewmate sold for $200,000 at an auction. RR Auction, a Boston-based auction house, said the sale happened Thursday during a two-day auction at the Omni Parker House that also saw the sale of a collection of letters that Kennedy s younger brother, Robert F. Kennedy, wrote to a classmate at what is now the Portsmouth Abbey School in Rhode Island. The letters from the future U.S. president were to the family of Harold Marney, who was killed in 1943 when the PT-109…

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    Police arrest 37 suspects during raids in Karachi

      KARACHI – To ensure law and order ahead of Muharram-ul-Haram, police have launched crackdown on banned outfits and criminals in the metropolis. During raids in different areas of the city, police have arrested at least 37 suspects on Saturday. 22 people were taken into custody during search operation in Kati Pahari and adjoining areas. Meanwhile, residents of the area protested against the operation, claiming that police entered their homes without lady police constables and detained innocent people. On the other, police authorities revealed that these raids were conducted on a tip-off regarding presence of criminal elements. Earlier, police also…

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    Security agencies issue security alert to Punjab Assembly Secretariat

      LAHORE  – Security agencies on Friday issued a fresh security alert to Punjab Assembly Secretariat in wake of the new wave of terrorism in the country. In the letter received from the security agencies, Punjab Assembly Secretariat is advised to cut down all the trees running along the boundary walls as terrorist may use these trees for their negative schemes. Electricity poles in the premises must also be removed as terrorist may climb up the pole to get inside the building. It has also been advised in the letter to beef up the security to maximize monitoring and checking.

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Police arrest 37 suspects during raids in Karachi

Oct 25, 2014

  KARACHI – To ensure law and order ahead of Muharram-ul-Haram, police have launched crackdown on banned outfits and criminals in the metropolis. During raids in different areas of the city, police have arrested at least 37 suspects on Saturday. 22 people were taken into custody during search operation in Kati Pahari and adjoining areas. Meanwhile, residents of the area protested against the operation, claiming that police entered their homes without lady police constables and detained innocent people. On the other, police authorities revealed that these raids were conducted on a tip-off regarding presence of criminal elements. Earlier, police also…

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Security agencies issue security alert to Punjab Assembly Secretariat

Oct 25, 2014

  LAHORE  – Security agencies on Friday issued a fresh security alert to Punjab Assembly Secretariat in wake of the new wave of terrorism in the country. In the letter received from the security agencies, Punjab Assembly Secretariat is advised to cut down all the trees running along the boundary walls as terrorist may use these trees for their negative schemes. Electricity poles in the premises must also be removed as terrorist may climb up the pole to get inside the building. It has also been advised in the letter to beef up the security to maximize monitoring and checking.

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KP govt formally gives application to ECP for local body elections

Oct 25, 2014

  ISLAMABAD: – Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KP) government has formally requested the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to conduct local body elections in KP as soon as possible, Dunya News has learnt from its sources. ECP has decided to hold the local body elections in KP in three phases. According to the sources, the province has been divided into three phases based on mountainous, urban and rural areas. Use of biometric system will be limited only till Tehsil Ghazi. Sources claim that the schedule for local body elections in KP will be announced by January and the elections will have been…

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IMF fights negative interest rates

  Washington (AFP) – The International Monetary Fund on Friday announced a minimum interest rate on its unique SDR currency as it fights off the impact of sagging interest rates and deflation from major economies. The IMF said that from Monday it would maintain a floor rate of 0.05 percent, or five basis points, on its special drawing rights or SDR currency, which represents a basket of the currencies of its largest members. Currently the rate the Fund pays on the money its members lend to it is 3 basis points. That is also the basis for the global crisis…

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Liverpool manager warns Reds to plug leaky defence

  London (AFP) – Brendan Rodgers concedes Liverpool s season is destined to end in frustration unless his side can plug the gaps in their leaky defence. The Reds have kept just one clean sheet in their last 18 matches and Rodgers  pre-season overhaul of the defence, which saw the Liverpool manager splash out on Dejan Lovren and Alberto Moreno, has so far failed to solve the problem. This season Liverpool have shipped 19 goals and a weakness dealing with set-pieces has contributed to several defeats, including Wednesday s 3-0 loss against Real Madrid in the Champions League. Liverpool are already nine…

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John F. Kennedy’s WWII letters sell at auction

  BOSTON (AP) – A collection of letters John F. Kennedy sent to the family of a lost PT-109 crewmate sold for $200,000 at an auction. RR Auction, a Boston-based auction house, said the sale happened Thursday during a two-day auction at the Omni Parker House that also saw the sale of a collection of letters that Kennedy s younger brother, Robert F. Kennedy, wrote to a classmate at what is now the Portsmouth Abbey School in Rhode Island. The letters from the future U.S. president were to the family of Harold Marney, who was killed in 1943 when the PT-109…

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Police arrest 37 suspects during raids in Karachi

  KARACHI – To ensure law and order ahead of Muharram-ul-Haram, police have launched crackdown on banned outfits and criminals in the metropolis. During raids in different areas of the city, police have arrested at least 37 suspects on Saturday. 22 people were taken into custody during search operation in Kati Pahari and adjoining areas. Meanwhile, residents of the area protested against the operation, claiming that police entered their homes without lady police constables and detained innocent people. On the other, police authorities revealed that these raids were conducted on a tip-off regarding presence of criminal elements. Earlier, police also…