Sunday, May 22, 2011

Foreign aid over my dead body, vows Shahbaz

LAHORE If love and affection with the country, supremacy of law, and developing indigenous resources are his crimes, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif says he will continue committing these crimes. Pakistan was achieved after sacrifices for the purpose that it will become an Islamic welfare state ...

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NATIONAL More

  • 3 killed over old enmity

    CHINIOT - Three persons including two women were killed by host over old enmity here on Saturday. Allah Yar, resident of Mauza Aasian Lahore Road Chiniot killed his guests Mumtaz, Sakina and Safia ...

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  • Prisoners welfare stressed

    VEHARI - Provisional Minister for Jails Iqbal Chunnar has said that jails are gateways of betterment for the prisoners and we can educate them through our behaviours and policies. While addressing ...

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  • 2 girl students abducted

    Nankana Sahib - Two young student girls were abducted from a public place. Accused Aamar, Baber, a resident of Model Colony Sangla Hill along with two their two unidentified friends abducted two ...

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  • Protest against power cuts

    TOBA TEK SINGH - Scores of shopkeepers of Shorkot bazaar staged a protest demonstration on Saturday over non-supply of electricity to their area for the last four days. They set old tyres on fire ...

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  • Crackdown on defaulters on cards

    Multan - The Water and Sanitation Authority (Wasa) has decided to launch crackdown on defaulters as the recovery officers are issued orders to approach all defaulters at their homes and disconnect ...

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  • UAF producing 100 PhDs annually

    FAISALABAD - As many as 81 percent of total Pakistan fruit export consists of only three items Kinnow, dates and mangoes whereas 46 percent of total Pakistan vegetables goes to potato, 21 percent ...

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  • Two girls kidnapped

    CHINIOT - Two girls were abducted in two different villages and were tortured by the kidnappers here on Saturday. Daughter of Murad Khan was abducted by three culprits Asif etc. Accused Asif ...

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  • Water level in Mangla, Tarbela dams rises

    MIRPUR (AJK) - Following the swift melting of snow in the top mountainous catchments, the water level in countrys largest Tarbela dam and the second biggest reservoir - Mangla dam is rapidly rising ...

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  • Plan for industrial uplift in AJK

    MIRPUR (AJK) - With the allocation of proposed funds in the forthcoming fiscal year 2011-12 AJK budget, the AJK government has principally decided to ink an integrated plan to promote and encourage ...

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  • 'Q leaders brother gunned down

    MALAKWAL - Pakistan Muslim League--Q former Naib President Iqbal Lali brother was killed while he was going to Rawalpindi in his car near Shaheedan Wali Pul here on Saturday. According to detail, ...

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  • Man robbed of cash, bike

    ARIFWALA - Three dacoits looted cash and snatched motorcycle from a man at gunpoint here the other day. . As per detail, Liaqat Ali, a resident of Village 71/EB, was going to home on a motorcycle. ...

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  • Kh Asif denies'N involvement

    SIALKOT - PML-N Central Leader Khawaja Muhammad Asif has strongly contradicted the allegation regarding the involvement of PML-N workers in attack on Rabitta office Federal Information Minister Dr ...

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  • Net cafe owner booked

    Nankana Sahib - Owner of internet caf was booked for facilitating and providing space for fornication. Owner of the Shaukat internet cafe Shaukat Ali, a resident of Chowk Sayinia Wala was providing ...

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  • MNA for unity

    MAILSI - This is right time to get united against anti-Pakistan forces. This was stated by MNA Mehmmod Hayat Khan on inauguration ceremony of Sui gas in Mohallah Tillu Pura. Addressing the audience, ...

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  • DPO holds open court

    ARIFWALA -DPO Captain (r) Mohammad Sohail has said that the police will make all-out efforts to ensure protection to the life and property of the public. The problems being faced by the public will ...

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  • Office-bearers

    WAZIRABAD - A ten-member Board of Management of Cutlery Institute of Pakistan Saturday elected Muhammad Khalid Mughal, existing Chairman PCSUMEA as Chairman BoM for 2011 and other office-bearers. ...

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  • Two lawyers gunned down in Karachi

    KARACHI - Four persons including two lawyers were gunned down in separate incidents of target killings here on Saturday. According to details, two lawyers, both real brothers, were shot dead in ...

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  • Asma seeks powerful body to probe US op

    KARACHI - President Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), Asma Jahangir, said on Saturday if the government formed a commission to probe Abbottabad incident then it would also be as useless as ...

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  • ECP postpones by-polls

    ISLAMABAD - The Election Commission of Pakistan on Saturday postponed the by-elections in Balochistan Assemblys constituency PB-26 Jaffarabad-II, from May 24 to July 9 2011. In a statement, the ECP ...

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  • Pir Pagara hospitalised

    KARACHI (INP) PML-F chief Pir Pagara has admitted to Agha Khan Hospital due to some breathing problem. Doctors took his medical tests. Former Sindh CM Ghous Ali Shah and PML-N leader Salim Zia ...

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  • Firdous calls for convening OIC ministerial conference

    JEDDAH (APP) - Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan Saturday called for convening the Ministerial Conference of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC). In view of ...

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  • Lawyers movement enhanced public confidence in court

    ISLAMABAD - The lawyer community, which brought revolutionary changes in the countrys political and constitutional outlook, now needs to come up to the expectations by providing justice to people at ...

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  • 2 FC men among 8 killed in Balochistan violence

    QUETTA - Eight people including two Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were killed and two others sustained injuries in different incidents in various parts of the province on Saturday. Two FC personnel ...

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  • Riots against power outages continue unabated

    KARACHI - The violent protests against prolonged power outages continued in various parts of the city on Saturday, as enraged people took to streets, burnt tyres and blocked vehicular traffic to vent ...

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  • Japanese envoy calls on Mukhtar

    ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister of Defence Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar has said that sacrifices rendered by Pakistan in the war against terrorism are more than any other country, which should be taken beyond ...

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  • Police officers, others promoted

    ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has approved the promotion of officers in Secretariat and Police Service of Pakistan groups on the recommendation of the Central Selection Board ...

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  • Eight FIA officials suspended

    ISLAMABAD (APP) - Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Director General Malik Iqbal on Friday suspended eight FIA officials on the charges of illegal human migration to United Kingdom. The Federal ...

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  • Malik trying to fix ties with US

    ISLAMABAD (CNN) - The photo shows Interior Minister Rehman Malik standing alongside US Senator John Kerry, their heads conspiratorially tilted towards each other. They are obviously deep in ...

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  • Nisar censures govt, judiciary

    ISLAMABAD - Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly, Ch Nisar Ali Khan, has strongly castigated those responsible for the inhuman incident, which occurred outside Quetta, statement issued by ...

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  • Courts free to give justice uninfluenced by NICL case: SC

    ISLAMABAD A three-member Supreme Court bench, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, has observed that courts where Moonis Elahis case is being heard are entirely independent to proceed ...

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  • Taseer murder case hearing put off till 28th

    RAWALPINDI (Online) - The proceedings of the killing of former Punjab governor Sulman Taseer could not be held due to absence of Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Special Judge Raja Ikhlaq Hussain. The next ...

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  • 8 militants dead in Orakzai

    KALAYA (INP) - At least eight suspected militants were killed when the army gunship helicopters attacked their hideouts in Orakzai Agency on Saturday. Sources said that on a tip-off, the gunship ...

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  • Zardari phones Ahmadinejad

    ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari telephoned Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday evening and discussed with him bilateral relations, economic cooperation and situation in the ...

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  • MQM to oppose RGST

    KARACHI - The MQM will not support Reform General Sales Tax (RGST) in the next budget, as it will further add to miseries of the poor. Deputy Convener of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Coordination ...

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  • Deal with Kuri villagers cant be materialised, CDA told

    ISLAMABAD - Legal Advisor of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has made clear to the city bosses that the authority cannot materialise a package deal it had made with the affectees of villages ...

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  • Son kills mother inside police picket

    ISLAMABAD - Cops of Islamabad police witnessed a gruesome murder took place inside a police picket as they ran away from the scene, leaving bleeding poor woman alone in Bhaika Sayydan within the ...

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  • Power outages paralyse life in twin cities

    ISLAMABAD (INP) - Most parts of the country remained in the grip of hot weather on Saturday with 12 to 16 hours loadshedding making the lives of the people miserable. Temperature in excess of 40 ...

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  • Cops ordered to curb purse snatching

    RAWALPINDI - While taking strict notice of soaring purse snatching incidents from females and others, City Police Officer (CPO) Azhar Hameed Khokhar directed all the police officers to evolve a ...

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  • 2 SC benches for next week

    ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Ch has constituted two benches at the principal seat to hear a number of important cases in the next week starting from May 23. The first bench ...

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  • World Anti-Terrorism Day marked

    FAISALABAD - Like other parts of the country, World Anti-Terrorism Day was observed on Saturday in Faisalabad at a time when the wounds of citizens of the countrys third biggest city, inflicted by ...

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  • Police smash 13 criminals cartels

    MULTAN - The district police claimed to have smashed at least 13 gangs of outlaws and arrested 50 gangsters besides recovering booty worth over Rs6 million from them during a special drive against ...

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  • Brother, sister crushed to death

    LALAMUSA - A speeding truck crushed to death a teenaged brother and sister under its wheels on GT Road near Check Post Kharian Cantt. The truck driver made his good escape. Kharian Cantt Police have ...

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  • Nations learn from mistakes, says Qureshi

    SARGODHA - Former federal minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that a relation of respect exists between PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and us. Nawazs recent statement on current situation was according ...

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  • No let-up in loadshdding in Sialkot

    SIALKOT - There was no let-up and no relief for perturbed business community of Sialkot in energy crisis, as unscheduled load shedding of electricity remained continued in export oriented Sialkot ...

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  • BISP coverage in Nankana soon

    NANKANA Sahib - The Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) will carry out an impartial survey to assess the needy and deserving people and will deliver the financial assistants to them in a ...

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  • UN vehicle stranded in protest

    JHELUM - Angry protestors blocked a UN vehicle during a protest against loadshedding and shouted slogans against United States. Man in UN Van was from Italy. Police took into custody that van and ...

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  • Seven ulema booked

    ARIFWALA - The local police have registered cases against seven ulema under the Amplifier Act. The police said that 7 ulema namely Sanaullah, a resident of Village 59/EB, Qari Noor Mohammad, of Shah ...

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INTERNATIONAL More

  • Selling the Bin Laden lie

    I pity those who cheered or felt relief at the announced death of Osama bin Laden. It isnt just that the real bin Laden died years ago. Its that Osama bin Laden was never a terrorist in the first ...

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  • After the fall of Qaeda leader

    The front-cover of Americas Time magazine featured an image of Osama Bin Laden with a red X marked across his face, meaning that he is dead, that we are now free of him forever. The last time the ...

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  • Finally, a fighting force

    MICHAEL E. OHANLON IN the last two weeks, an Afghan police officer killed two American Marines in Helmand Province, and another killed a British soldier after a dispute over a soccer match. Last ...

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  • Osama brings China, Pakistan and America closer

    US Navy SEALs launched a secret operation in Abbottabad to kill Osama bin Laden which, the US says, is a victory in its war on terrorism. The killing of bin Laden, however, has made many people ...

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  • 'Worrying gap between US army, civilians

    WASHINGTON (AFP) - The US military's top officer warned Saturday about a worrisome disconnect between civilians and troops, saying soldiers are becoming isolated from the rest of American ...

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  • Obama names Patterson to key post of envoy to Egypt

    WASHINGTON (AFP) - President Barack Obama on Friday named former Pakistan troubleshooter Anne Patterson as the next US ambassador to Egypt, a key ally which Washington hopes will become a model for ...

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  • Yemen Opp inks transition deal

    SANAA (AFP) - Yemen's opposition on Saturday signed a Gulf-sponsored accord that would see the embattled Yemeni president cede power, opposition sources said, with the government expected to follow ...

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  • Spanish protesters warn 'we're here to stay'

    MADRID (AFP) - Spanish youths furious over soaring unemployment kept up their week-long protest movement Saturday on the eve of local elections expected to deal the ruling Socialists a crushing ...

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  • Japan, China, S Korea leaders visit N-region

    FUKUSHIMA, Japan (AFP) - The leaders of Japan, China and South Korea travelled to Fukushima on Saturday in a show of solidarity over the ongoing nuclear crisis, visiting evacuees left homeless by the ...

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  • More killed as Syria buries protesters

    DAMASCUS (AFP) - Syrian security forces killed at least five people and wounded dozens more on Saturday as they fired at a crowd in the central city of Homs after funerals of anti-regime protesters, ...

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  • Russia plays down missile differences with US

    MOSCOW (AFP) - Russia said Saturday it may be ready to drop its objections to the US-backed missile defence shield for Europe if it receives a formal security pledge from the United States. The ...

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  • India's ruling Congress popularity falls

    NEW DELHI (AFP) - Voter support for India's embattled ruling Congress party, which marked the second anniversary of its re-election at the weekend, has fallen "significantly", according to a new ...

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  • IMF poised to complete new chief selection by June

    SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT WASHINGTON - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Saturday that it would complete the process of selecting a new managing director by June 30. I am very pleased to ...

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  • Ouattara inaugurated as Ivory Coast president

    YAMOUSSOUKRO (AFP) - Alassane Ouattara was inaugurated Saturday as president of Ivory Coast, which he hopes to reunite following a bloody crisis caused by his predecessor's refusal to concede ...

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  • Bomb in N Ireland city raises tensions

    LONDON (AFP) - A small bomb exploded in a Northern Ireland bank Saturday but caused no injuries, one day after Britain's Queen Elizabeth II ended an historic trip across the border in the Irish ...

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  • Turkey warns Israel over new Gaza flotilla

    ANKARA (AFP/ Reuters) - Turkey Saturday warned Israel against another act of bloodshed in international waters after activists announced plans to send a new aid flotilla to the blockaded Gaza ...

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SPORTS More

  • Tailenders frustrate Windies

    BASSETERRE (AFP) - Tanvir Ahmed completed a maiden half-century and frustrated West Indies with Saeed Ajmal for close to two hours, as Pakistan were dismissed for 272 shortly before lunch in the ...

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  • Afridi sacking a big mistake, says Akram

    Sports Desk NEW DELHI - Former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram said on Saturday that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has committed a big mistake by sacking Shahid Afridi as the ODI captain. Akram said ...

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  • Afridi may retire from ODIs

    KARACHI - Pakistans former one-day captain Shahid Afridi is likely to retire from One Day International after his as skipper earlier in the week. Sources said on Saturday that Afridi is really ...

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  • Yasir grabs FMC Intl Squash title

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Fourth seed Yasir Butt clinched the FMC International Squash Tournament title by outplaying M Shahnawaz in straight sets 11-9,11-8,11-3 here at the PSA Complex on ...

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  • Webber on pole for Spanish GP

    BARCELONA (AFP) - Australian Mark Webber grabbed his first pole position of the season and seventh of his career on Saturday after clocking the fastest time during qualifying for todays (Sunday) ...

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  • Indonesia on brink of FIFA abyss

    JAKARTA (AFP) - The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) was on the brink of expulsion from FIFA on Saturday after the governing body called off a crucial leadership vote that had descended into ...

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  • Jansher shows glimpses of his past

    LAHORE - Former world squash champion Jansher Khan shown glimpses of his glittering past by playing two back-to-back exhibition matches here at the PSA Complex on Saturday. Jansher, who ruled the ...

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  • Two more players join hockey camp

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan Hockey Federation has invited two more players to attend the training camp of national senior probables from May 30 at Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium Islamabad to ...

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  • Germany win record 5th World Team Cup title

    BERLIN (AFP) - Victory in the doubles handed Germany a record fifth World Team Cup title on Saturday as the hosts sealed a 2-1 win over defending champions Argentina in the final in ...

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  • Arsenals Wenger hopes to finish on a high

    LONDON (AFP) - The end of the season cant come soon enough for Arsene Wenger following Arsenals depressing slump during the closing weeks of the campaign. Wenger and his side will round off their ...

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  • RDKA honours Aamir

    OUR STAFF REPORTER RAWALPINDI - Rawalpindi District Karate Association (RDKA) organised an award ceremony in the honour of karate player Aamir Mehboob who won bonze medal in nine countries Karate ...

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  • Sadpara tells how he conquered Mount Everest

    ISLAMABAD - Hassan Sadpara, the second climber of Pakistan after Nazir Sabir, who successfully climbed Mount Everest recently, gave briefing to media about his venture during a press conference here ...

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  • Sharapova, Clijsters among French Open favourites

    PARIS (AFP) - Maria Sharapova and Kim Clijsters will start the French Open as favourites while world number one Caroline Wozniacki will be desperate to translate her undoubted talents into a Grand ...

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  • Nadal, Djokovic braced for epic Paris struggle

    PARIS (AFP) - World number one Rafael Nadal has a record-equalling sixth French Open in his sights, but the Spaniard believes undefeated Novak Djokovic will start Roland Garros as title ...

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  • Celtics Cup kings see Lennon end season in style

    GLASGOW (AFP) - Neil Lennon collected his first piece of silverware since becoming Celtic manager as his side romped to a 3-0 win over Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final at a rain-soaked Hampden ...

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  • Renowned physiotherapist visits PTF camp

    our staff reporter ISLAMABAD - The tennis camp organised by Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) under the patronage of Indian coach Birbal Wadhera is fast reaching its climax, as the youngsters being ...

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  • Mao Gym victorious

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Mao Gymkhana defeated Shining Club by seven wickets in a friendly fixture played here the other day. Shining Club, batting first, posted 180 runs on the board in the ...

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  • Girls U-16 hockey camp

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Punjab U-16 girls hockey camp is in full swing here and twenty four players are attending it at Bahawalpur. Coaches, Chand Perveen and Shahid Nizami are imparting ...

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  • Pirates pip Ajax for title

    JOHANNESBURG (AFP) - Orlando Pirates pipped Ajax Cape Town on goal difference to win the South African Premiership title on Saturday after a dramatic climax to the season. The Buccaneers edged Golden ...

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  • Arham astounds coach at PTF training camp

    OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - Arham Attique, son of a serving Lt Col Attique Ahmad, a resident of Kashmir, impressed many at the ongoing Pakistan Tennis Federations (PTFs) training camp at Pakistan ...

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  • Balochistan Junior tennis camp begins

    OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - Balochistan Junior tennis camp started at the Police Foundation Tennis Courts in Quetta under the auspices of Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) on Saturday. Secretary ...

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ENTERTAINMENT More

  • Woman selling moon rock caught

    A woman who tried to sell a rare chunk of moon rock for $1.7 million U.S. (1million) was caught out when her prospective customer turned out to be an undercover Nasa investigator. It is illegal to ...

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  • Ruth Klueger gets Austrian literary prize

    KREMS, Austria (AFP) US writer and academic Ruth Klueger, a Holocaust survivor, late Friday received Austrias important Theodor Kramer literary prize, which honours resistance and exile writers. The ...

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  • Directors shame palls classy Cannes

    CANNES, France (Reuters) - The Cannes film festival stumbled toward its close on Friday, still reeling from the shock expulsion of Danish director Lars Von Trier which has overshadowed an otherwise ...

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  • Google stops digitising old newspapers

    SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) - Google had stopped digitising old newspapers as publishers sought to make money off story archives instead of having them hosted free online. People will still be able to find ...

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  • Early Beatles photographs to be auctioned

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fifty lots of unpublished photographs of The Beatles first US concerts taken by a teenager in 1964 are expected to fetch about $100,000 when they are sold at auction, Christies ...

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  • Woman claims $10m in Jacksons estate

    A woman has filed two bizarre claims in Michael Jackson's estate, after declaring that he gave her the STD herpes, almost forty years ago. The disgruntled woman says that the late King Of Pop 'ruined ...

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  • Pope phones astronauts in space

    The 12 astronauts circling the Earth got a call from a much higher authority Saturday. Pope Benedict XVI made the first ever papal call to space. He addressed the shuttle and station crews from the ...

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  • Concept of changeable keyboard layout

    A shortlisted entry in designboom's 2011 Fujitsu Design Award competition has taken such personal configuration a stage further with a touchscreen keyboard on a full-size laptop which would allow ...

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  • Wrestler known as 'Macho Man dies

    Randy Macho Man Savage, a larger-than-life personality from professional wrestlings 1980s flying-elbow heyday known for his raspy voice, brash style and the young woman named Miss Elizabeth who often ...

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BUSINESS More

  • KPCCI for removal of CVT on industry

    our Staff Reporter PESHAWAR Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KPCCI) while presenting their proposals for the fiscal year 2011-12, have demanded of the government to abolish ...

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  • Etihad: Worlds leading airline

    Within just 4 decades UAE has transformed itself from being a small fishing and trading center of minute import to the present day modern and strategic regional oil and trading focal point. Etihad ...

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  • Why FBR failed to raise Tax-GDP ratio

    Collection of taxes had always been the most vital source in almost every society in human history, and taxation system has become life-blood for Socio-economic development in a modern nation state. ...

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  • PSO awareness campaign

    KARACHI Pakistan State Oil, the largest energy sector company in Pakistan, is dedicated to promoting safe usage of CNG across the board. PSO who prides itself on its status of being a market leader ...

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  • Mothers Day celebrated

    KARACHI Shan Foods celebrated Mothers day by paying special tribute to mothers by arranging Mothers day activity and distributed exciting gift hampers among mothers at a local hotel in Karachi, says ...

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  • Good institutions help boost economy

    THE structure or mechanism that governs behaviour of individuals within the human community is known as an institution. The term institution is applied to the behavioral patterns of individuals and ...

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  • PTCLs One Stop Shops

    KARACHI - PTCL gives high priority to customer care and is constantly endeavouring to provide its valued customers quality care and support, says a Press release. The One Stop Shops were established ...

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  • Traders pose confidence in Army

    LAHORE (PR) The traders have expressed solidarity with Pakistan Army, saying that armed forces better know how to safeguard the country. In a statement issued here, Sanitaryware Traders ...

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  • Founders Group presents 7-point budget formula for economic revival

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - LCCI Founders Group Saturday gave a seven-point formula to the government to turn the forthcoming budget into a business-friendly document that would be paving way for the ...

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  • First flow of gas possible in December 2014

    ISLAMABAD - Petroleum Ministry reiterated that first flow of Iranian gas would be possible in Pakistan by December 2014, as work on Iran-Pakistan gas Pipeline has been accelerated to meet the plan ...

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  • Depreciation limit for import of used buses, trucks enhanced

    OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has enhanced the maximum limit of the depreciation to 60 per cent on the import of used/second-hand trucks, agricultural tractors, buses ...

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  • Aptma for unity

    OUR STAFF REPORTER FAISALABAD - All-Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) Chairman Gohar Ejaz has stressed complete harmony among various segments of the textile sector to make meeting with ...

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  • Weekly inflation down slightly

    ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI), for the week ended on May 19, for the lowest income group up to Rs.3,000, has registered decrease of 0.32 percent over the previous week. The ...

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  • KSE?volume at 36-week low Weekly Review

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The equity market continued to remain in dull mood ahead of central bank policy announcement. Average volumes dropped by 33 percent to 46 million, showing a low of 36-week ...

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  • Italian envoy visits PBIT

    OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) hosted a meeting with Italian Ambassador H.E.Vinvenzo Prati to deliberate on areas of mutual interest for boosting trade ...

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  • Conversion rates

    KARACHI (APP) - The following rates will be applicable for conversion into rupees of Foreign Currency Deposits, Dollar Bearer Certificates, Foreign Currency Bearer Certificates, Special U.S. Dollar ...

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