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Govt terms Saudi Prince’s letter fake

Govt Terms Saudi Prince’s Letter Fake

Govt Terms Saudi Prince’s Letter Fake The Ministry of Religious Affairs has termed a Saudi Prince’s letter to Chief Justice of Pakistan as fake, Dunya News reported on Wednesday. Secretary Religious Affairs Agha Sarwar Qazalbash said there is massive mafia operating in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), which could possibly …

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Japan Anti-terrorism Data Leaked

Japan Anti-terrorism Data Leaked

Japan Anti-terrorism Data Leaked Sensitive police documents in Japan related to international terrorism have been leaked online. More than 100 documents give personal details of people co-operating with terrorism inquiries, and foreigners in Japan apparently under investigation. The documents, which also include intelligence believed to have come from the FBI, …

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Greece Suspends Foreign Airmail Service After Attacks

Greece Suspends Foreign Airmail Service After Attacks

Greece Suspends Foreign Airmail Service After Attacks Greece has suspended international airmail for 48 hours after more than a dozen suspicious packages were sent to targets in Greece and across Europe. Police are looking for five men suspected of being part of an extreme left-wing group. German Chancellor Angela Merkel …

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String of bombings kill 76 in Baghdad

String Of Bombings Kill 76 In Baghdad

String Of Bombings Kill 76 In Baghdad Rapid-fire bombings and mortar strikes in mostly Shia neighborhoods of Baghdad killed 76 people and wounded nearly 200 on Tuesday, calling into question the ability of Iraqi security forces to protect the capital. The blasts _ at least 13 separate attacks _ came …

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Republicans Take House In US Mid-term Polls

Republicans Take House In US Mid-term Polls

Republicans Take House In US Mid-term Polls In the US midterm elections, Democrats are facing a battle to hold on to the Senate, with Republicans looking certain to take control of the House of Representatives. Republicans scored the first key election wins on Tuesday after a long and bitter campaign …

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Exit Polls: How do voters feel about Obama?

Exit Polls How do voters feel about Obama

Exit Polls: How do voters feel about Obama? (CNN) – They may not blame him for the state of the economy, but just 45 of voters in early exit poll results are happy with President Obama’s performance, while 54 percent disapprove. That’s the same territory President Clinton’s numbers were in …

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Internet And Mobile At Forefront Of Election Coverage

Internet And Mobile At Forefront Of Election Coverage

Internet And Mobile At Forefront Of Election Coverage NEW YORK – News organizations have unleashed a multimedia blizzard of widgets, apps, dashboards, Twitter tie-ins and iPad doohickeys for Tuesday’s elections. More than ever, the online and mobile offerings aren’t merely supplementary to Tuesday night’s TV viewing, but can function as …

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Army won’t impose martial law

Gilani:Army Won’t Impose Martial Law

Gilani:Army Won’t Impose Martial Law Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday maintained that he would not dissolve the National Assembly nor the military would impose martial law in the country. Addressing the NA, Gilani said those who want suspension of those people who are seeking dissolution of the National …

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Governor Sindh takes notice of lengthy power outages

Governor Sindh Takes Notice Of Lengthy Power Outages

Governor Sindh Takes Notice Of Lengthy Power Outages Federation of Pakistan Camber of Commerce and Industry has announced their support for the Wednesday strike announcement by their industrial sector of Karachi, Dunya News reported on Tuesday. Whereas tomorrow all the industries of the cosmopolitan would observe strike against the lengthy …

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