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3 hrs ago | Daily Times

Four alleged criminals killed in Rangers-police encounters : July 28, 2014,

KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies conducted targeted raids in different areas of the city and killed four members of banned outfit in the wee hours of Sunday.

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8 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

T&T-born HIV activist fights on

HIV activists stage a silent protest on July 20 at the opening ceremony of the International Aids 2014 conference, which commenced with a memorial for six HIV activists who died on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

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11 hrs ago | Nerve News

Promote trade with India, says Pakistani daily

A leading Pakistani newspaper Sunday moaned the lost opportunities and called for speedy promotion of trade with India.

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15 hrs ago | India.com

Pakistani militant shot dead

Peshawar, Jul 27 : Pakistani security forces shot dead a militant and arrested 10 suspects in a clash during search operations in the restive tribal areas in Khyber agency today.

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16 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

One killed in explosion in Pakistan's Balochistan

Many people were wounded in the explosion that ripped through Kandhari Bazar area in provincial capital Quetta in south-western Pakistan, Dawn online reported.

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20 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

Pakistani woman climbs world's seven highest peaks

Samina Baig became the first Pakistani woman to climb seven highest peaks in seven continents in under eight months, media reported Sunday.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Daily Times

Police arrest 59 outlaws; drugs, weapons siezed : July 27, 2014,

RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD: Some 57 outlaws, including nine gamblers and four suspected dacoits were arrested by the police, under its ongoing drive against the anti-social elements in various areas of the city during the last three days.According to sources, the police recovered 1,060 grammes of charas and 540 grammes of heroin, 62 bottles of liquor, ... (more)

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Daily Times

CM expresses deep grief over Majid Nizami's death

LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has expressed deep sorrow and immense grief over the death of Dr Majid Nizami, editor-in-chief of Urdu-language daily, Nawa-i-Waqt, and he visited the residence of the deceased to condole with the bereaved family.

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Daily Times

Pakistan assures IMF of enhancing economic growth

ISLAMABAD: The government has promised with the International Monetary Fund under Extend Fund Facility programme to raise economic growth gradually to near five percent by 2015-16 as macroeconomic stability was entrenched and structural reforms were pursued.

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The China Post

Pakistani boy's arms severed after pushed into engine

The family of a Pakistani boy whose arms were severed in an alleged assault by the son of a locally powerful landlord vowed Friday to fight for justice and accused authorities of trying to bury the case.

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Newkerala.com

Veteran Pakistan journalist Majid Nizami passes away

Veteran Pakistan journalist and editor-in-chief of the Nawai Waqt Group, Majid Nizami, died in Lahore on Saturday.

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BBC News

Pakistan climbers scale K2 summit

A team of Pakistani climbers has reached the top of the world's second tallest mountain, the K2, the first since Italians scaled it 60 years ago.

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India.com

Pakistana s Supreme Court turns down Pervez Musharrafa s plea for early ...

Islamabad, July 26 :Pakistan's Supreme Court has turned down a plea by former president Pervez Musharraf to fix an early date for the hearing of the government's appeal against the Sindh High Court's June 12 verdict to remove his name from Exit Control List .

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India Talkies

Suspected militant reported killed in Pakistan's Bannu District - Indiatalkies.com

Peshawar, July 26: A suspected militant was reportedly been gunned down by security forces in the Jannikhel area of Pakistan's Bannu District on Saturday.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

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Pakistanis protest against Israeli military strikes on Gaza

Pakistan i people march during a protest rally against Israel i military strikes on the Gaza Strip, in southern Pakistani port city of Karachi on July 25, 2014.

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The Star Online

U.S. tells Pakistan: Do not let Haqqani fighters resettle

The U.S. government urged Pakistan on Friday to prevent displaced Haqqani militants from returning to their traditional sanctuary after a Pakistani military offensive near the Afghanistan border.

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The Times of India

Pakistan hands over Islamabad security to army

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government on Friday handed over federal capital Islamabad's security to the army for three months.

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The China Post

2 soldiers, 2 policemen killed in Pakistan attacks

A bomb killed at least two Pakistani soldiers in the country's northwestern tribal district where the army is carrying out a major offensive against Taliban militants, officials said.

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BBC News

A country where liberal journalists risk death

The life of a liberal journalist in Pakistan is not an easy one. Write about someone fighting a blasphemy case, or someone whose faith is considered heresy, and you may very soon find yourself in deep trouble.

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South China Morning Post

Beatings and addiction: Pakistan drug - clinic' prescribes torture

Beaten and malnourished, he lost his eyesight in a "clinic" run by a Pakistani mullah claiming to cure addicts who were kept against their will and forced to recite the Koran.

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