Ogra notifies Rs3.53/litre increase in petrol price

ISLAMABAD: The Oil Gas Regulatory Authority has notified an upward revision in petroleum products prices, Geo Ne

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Peace in Pakistan linked to calm in FATA: Farooq Sattar

ISLAMABAD: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Dr. Farooq Sattar has said that peace in Karachi, Balochistan and

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Moin demands Whatmore?s sacking

KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Moin Khan Thursday demanded the sacking of national coach Dav Whatmore following

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Petroleum Ministry rejects summary for fuel price increase

ISLAMABAD: The summary seeking an increase in the price of petroleum products has been rejected by Pakistan s petr

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”Lady Gaga” in Malaysian Open quarters

KUALA LUMPUR: Wildcard entry Bethanie Mattek-Sands stormed into the quarter-finals of the rain-delayed BMW Malaysi

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APC supports grand jirga for promoting peace in FATA, KP

ISLAMABAD: The All Parties Conference (APC) organized by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam chief Malauna Fazlur Rehman (JUI-F)

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Pakistan textbooks raise debate about 'curriculum of hate'

Government-sanctioned textbooks across Pakistan contain numerous examples of anti-minority and anti-Western language, prompting activists to encourage teachers to stop using them.

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Pakistan’s answer to Boris Johnson? I’m more of a Churchill, says minister – The Guardian


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Pakistan's answer to Boris Johnson? I'm more of a Churchill, says minister
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In a country where 2,050 people were killed last year in more than 1,500 bombings and terror attacks, few people would dare describe Pakistan's struggle against a dizzying array of militant groups, separatist insurgents and powerful crime syndicates as

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EU to resume Pakistan fish imports after six years

ISLAMABAD: The European Union is to resume imports of seafood from Pakistan, officials said, ending a six-year sus

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Nadal eases into Acapulco quarter-finals

ACAPULCO, Mexico: Rafael Nadal eased into the quarter-finals of the Mexican Open on Wednesday, continuing his come

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