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Five Tons Meat from Pakistan Arrives in Malaysia

ISLAMABAD: The first ever consignment of 25 tons of frozen beef meat has left Pakistan and is expected to arrive in Malaysia on 29th of this month. The high quality beef will be available to consumers throughout Malaysia, initially, through Giant hyper markets outlets, says …

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Sugar price hike is artificial: Kaira

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting, Qamar Zaman Kaira, has rejected claims linking sugar price hike with its availability in the country. Reiterating his statement given during Wednesday’s press briefing after the Cabinet meeting, the Federal Minister said that the country has ample stock …

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28 killed in Karachi blast near CM House

KARACHI:At least 28 people were killed 120 injured and  in two huge blasts a highly sensitive area of Karachi near Chief Minister House. The explosion took place in the red zone where Chief Minister House, offices of the security agencies, five star hotels and embassies …

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New photos ‘point to Sri Lanka war massacre’

New photos emerged Thursday of piles of dead bodies and execution-style killings allegedly taken during the final stages of Sri Lanka’s civil war which ended in May last year. Broadcaster Al-Jazeera said it had obtained the images from an unnamed source who said they had …

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APML issues charge sheet against Mian Nawaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD: All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) has issued a 35-point charge-sheet against PML-N’s Chief Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s corruption and misappropriation of powers.

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Nawaz to consult his party on union of leagues, says Jamali

LAHORE: Leader of Muttahida Muslim League Mir Zafar Ullah Khan Jamali has reiterated his party’s desire for the union of all leagues of the country. He also said that Mian Nawaz Sharif would respond after taking advice from his party. Addressing a press conference at …

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Uproar in NA over petroleum price hike

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly on Thursday witnessed furor between members of the Opposition and ruling coalition over the recent hike in fuel prices. The uproar sparked when Opposition members were not allowed to table a resolution demanding withdrawal of the petroleum prices. The move prompted …

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Remittance flows to developing nations may hit $440bn by year end

NEW DELHI: Saudi Arabia is among top five migrant destination countries from where remittance flows to developing countries are expected to reach $325 billion by this year end a six percent increase over 2009 according to a report.

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TCP to release more sugar to provinces: Makhdoom Amin

Islamabad: Absolving Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) of the sugar crisis facing the country, Federal Trade Minister Makhdoom Amin Faheem has said that none of the province including Punjab has taken its earmarked quota of the commodity.

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Indonesia awaits Obama homecoming

JAKARTA: US President Barack Obama makes a much-delayed homecoming of sorts to Indonesia on Tuesday seeking to engage Muslims and cement strategic relations on the second leg of his Asia tour.

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