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    3 Indians among seven kidnapped in Balochistan
    [ 23 Dec, 2006 1719hrs ISTPTI ]

    ISLAMABAD: Seven people, including three Hindu traders, were allegedly kidnapped by armed men in two separate incidents from the Abdul Qadir Shah village and Nautal in Balochistan.

    Khurram Hayat, Riaz Ahmed, Pappu Khan and Abdul Rasheed were on their way to the Uch Power Plant in Jaffarabad district, when several unknown armed persons intercepted their car near the village of Abdul Qadir Shah, kidnapped them and fled towards Balochistan, The News reported on Saturday.

    In the Nautal area of Balochistan three Hindu traders, Ratan Kumar, Naresh Kumar and Suneel Kumar, were on their way to Sindh from Bhag when armed persons abducted them at gunpoint and fled, the report said.

    A heavy contingent of police sealed the entire border area of Sindh and Balochistan but no arrest or recovery was reported so far.
     
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    hindu's are indians.................ok
     
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    Danish Kaneria

    Danish Kaneria is special talent with a unique identity. A young leg-spinner of immense promise, he is a Hindu who is proud to be a Pakistani. His Test debut in 2000 against England was also the hundredth test of the legendry Wasim Akram.

    Early days
    I started playing cricket when I was pretty young. At the age of 13 or 14, I joined the annual camp of my school. One of my uncles Kawas Mulla was the first to recognize the potential in me. He supported me and kept saying to my family that I would make my way to the top level. Honestly, I could not even imagine of doing so because my fitness was not great, “I was short and I was very fat”.

    One of Danish’s maternal uncles Anil Dulpat has played test cricket for Pakistan. On a question Danish categorically rejected the claim that Anil helped him. Danish further said Anil had nothing to do with it, “whatever I am right now is just because of the support of my family and off course my own hard work”.
    http://www.rlca.com.pk/danishinterview.asp
     
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    That's how the Times of India reported....... :cry:
     
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    I was being sarcastic dude.....
     
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    It's just your Indian media that seems to think so.
     
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    This sounds like a pakistani agency job.;)
     
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    This is what happens when you use sarcasam. My suggestion is to AVOID. :tup:
     
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    ;) yes Times of India is being run by ISI :D
     
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