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    Should Pakistans Army Chief resign after NATO attack

    My Question to every one is: Should, Pakistan’s Army Chief resign after NATOs continues cross boarder attacks on its Army ?
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    Blast in Peshawar, 15 injured at CDI police station building

    Blast in Peshawar, 15 injured at CDI police station building Another incident related to WOT
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    New Book - A World without Islam

    New Book - A World without Islam In 'A World Without Islam,' Not Much Would Change : NPR What would the world be like without Islam? In A World Without Islam, former CIA official and historian Graham Fuller says it wouldn't be much different from the world today. According to Fuller...
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    Partial List of Muslim 9/11 Victims: May they rest in peace

    Partial List of Muslim 9/11 Victims: Note: This list is as yet incomplete and unconfirmed. It has been compiled from the Islamic Circle of North America, the Newsday victims database, and reports from other major news organizations. The victims' ages, employers, or other personal...
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    Indian boy mistakenly crossed into Pakistan

    Indian boy mistakenly crossed into Pakistan Updated at: 2137 PST, Tuesday, June 15, 2010 LAHORE: A six-year-old Indian boy who mistakenly crossed into Pakistan by stowing away on the Samjhauta Express train is being sent back on Tuesday, an official said. The boy, who identified himself...
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    Pakistan army pays heavy price in Taliban war

    Pakistan army pays heavy price in Taliban war By Michael Georgy RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Retired army captain Zafar Tajammal dismisses U.S. demands for Pakistan to do more to fight Muslim militants as he chokes back tears. His son Captain Bilal Zafar was killed in the prime of...
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    Our combined failure

    Our combined failure By Ardeshir Cowasjee Sunday, 16 May, 2010 A common reaction to the almost universal conclusion that one of Pakistan’s main exports is terrorism — bolstered by the latest would-be hero of Times Square who fortunately failed — is that the larger majority of...
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    World warming to US under Obama, BBC poll suggests

    Views of the US around the world have improved sharply over the past year, a BBC World Service poll suggests. For the first time since the annual poll began in 2005, America's influence in the world is now seen as more positive than negative. The improved scores for the US coincided with...
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    Dowry dispute: Groom, baraatis detained, beaten

    Dowry dispute: Groom, baraatis detained, beaten:rofl::rofl: SHUJABAD: In an unusual incident today, the family of a bride held the groom and members of his wedding procession hostage before subjecting them to torture on a dowry issue. The incident took place in Tehsil Shujabad of District...
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    Injured militant escapes from ICRC hospital

    Injured militant escapes from ICRC hospital Updated at: 0433 PST, Sunday, March 21, 2010 PESHAWAR: An extremist injured in a clash with security forces near Peshawar on 17th March has escaped from ICRC hospital, Geo News reported. Five security personnel were killed when militants...
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    Man wins 2.3 million pounds lottery day after divorce

    Man wins 2.3 million pounds lottery day after divorce London, March 17 : A bus driver in Britain staked his last quid on a lottery ticket, the day after his divorce was finalised, and won half the jackpot of 2.3 million pounds. His ex-wife too won a scratchcard the same day, but for five...
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    U.S. troops leave border to Afghan boss accused of graft

    U.S. troops leave border to Afghan boss accused of graft By Peter Graff SPIN BOLDAK, Afghanistan (Reuters) - One of the most important trade routes in Asia was closed last week while a boyish-looking man everyone calls "the general" showed around the commander of U.S. and NATO forces in...
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    South Asian 'slave brides' causing concern in UK

    South Asian 'slave brides' causing concern in UK By Rahila Bano BBC Asian Network Hundreds of women who came to the UK from South Asia to marry say they have been treated as domestic slaves by their in-laws, the BBC has learned. More than 500 who applied for residence in 2008-09 after...
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    How low can you go

    How low can you go
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    CHINA’S Cousin-Cousin Relations with Myanmar

    CHINA’S Cousin-Cousin Relations with Myanmar By B. Raman Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visited Myanmar on December 19 and 20, 2009, during the course of a four-nation tour covering Japan, South Korea, Myanmar and Cambodia. He went to Cambodia from Myanmar. Xi, who undertook the...
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    Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai characteristics as per wikipedia

    Appearance and characteristics In appearance, Bhitai was a handsome man, of average height. He was strongly built, had black eyes and an intelligent face, with a broad and high forehead. He grew a beard of the size of Muhammad's beard. He had a serious and thoughtful look about himself and...
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    Emerging Drought conditions in the Country

    Dated: 16th January, 2010 Advisory: Emerging Drought conditions in the Country Most parts of the country are experiencing extremely dry conditions mainly due to the prevailing El-Nino conditions in the Pacific Ocean. The El-Nino Conditions which developed in June...
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    S.Korea wins $40 billion UAE nuclear deal

    S.Korea wins $40 billion UAE nuclear deal By Amena Bakr and Cho Mee-young ABU DHABI/SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean consortium won a $40 billion deal to build and operate four nuclear reactors for the United Arab Emirates, beating U.S. and French rivals to one of the Middle East's biggest...
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    Pakistan created Taliban during Benazir's regime with support from U.S

    Pakistan created Taliban during Benazir's regime with support from U.S., Saudi Arabia New Delhi, Dec.17 : Pakistan organised the Taliban within the country with the active support of the United States and Saudi Arabia in 1996 when Benazir Bhutto was the Prime Minister and Nasir Ullah Babar...

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