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  1. School massacre boy fears return homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    The family of a boy seriously injured in the Pakistan school massacre claim their lives will be put in danger if they return home. Ahmad Nawaz was flown to Birmingham for surgery after he was shot in the arm in Peshawar last December, but his family's visas run out on 4 August.

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  2. Myanmar: South Asia's Perennial Troublemaker?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    At a time when regional heavyweights China and India are pushing forward with connectivity in South Asia , developments along the Myanmar border as well as inside the country run counter to the region's common interest, including Myanmar itself. In response to a deadly ambush carried out by the Naga rebel group, the Indian army engaged in a rare cross-border raid into Myanmar last month.

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  3. China is building two untested nuclear reactors on Pakistan's coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Christian Science Monitor

    Pakistan's largest city and financial hub has given China a green light to build two nuclear power stations on a beach about 15 miles from downtown, raising public alarm over both the location - the coastline is vulnerable to tsunamis - and the fact that the nuclear reactors are new and untested. Karachi approved the plan in late June when the city's environmental agency deemed, "after careful review," that the project was safe.

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  4. Pakistani military says it achieved major victory in mountain assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    Pakistan's military says it achieved a major strategic victory over Islamist militants hiding in the Shawal Valley, a thickly forested area bordering Afghanistan thought to be among the last few refuges here for al-Qaida and the Pakistani Taliban. Pakistan's army chief, Raheel Sharif, visited the area on Friday to congratulate troops for clearing "all peaks" that surround the valley.

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  5. Four killed, two hurt in Pakistan firingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | India.com

    Islamabad, July 6: At least four people, including a policeman, were killed and two others injured in two separate incidents where armed assailants opened fire in Pakistan's Quetta city on Monday.In the first attack, three people, including a policeman, were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire at people standing near a passport office at Joint Road area of Quetta, the provincial capital of the country's Balochistan province. Police said the attack appeared to be an outcome of sectarian violence as the killed and injured people belonged to the minority Shia community of the Hazara ethnic group, Xinhua reported.Police said the assailants used 9mm pistols in the attack and were riding motorbikes.

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  6. PM leaves for Norway to attend Oslo SummitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Nation

    Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has left for Norway on a three-day official visit, to participate in Oslo Summit on Education for Development. The Prime Minister is undertaking the visit, at the invitation of Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, to participate in the Oslo Summit on Education for Development taking place tomorrow, 7th July.

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  7. 4 killed, 2 injured in SW PakistanRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    At least four people including a policeman were killed and two others injured in two separate incidents of firing in Pakistan's southwest Quetta city on Monday, local media and police said. In the first attack, three people including the policeman was killed when some unknown gunmen opened fire at people standing near a passport office at Joint Road area of Quetta, the capital city of the country's southwest Balochistan province.

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  8. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Parliamentary committee to take up Hindu marriage billsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    For Pakistani Hindus, living without a marriage law for the last 67 years, another year was wasted by lawmakers who, on Monday, will finally take up the Hindu marriage bills moved last year. The National Assembly Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Human Rights headed by Chaudhry Muhammad Bashir Virk is set to review a private member bill, namely Hindu Marriage Act 2014, jointly moved last year by Ramesh Lal of PPP and Dr Darshan of PML-N and a similar government bill that had been tabled by Law Minister Pervaiz Rashid in March, this year.

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  9. Over 180 children suffer food poisoning in PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Big News Network.com

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  10. PM Modi should send strong message to Pak on ceasefire violations: CongressRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Congress leader Pramod Tiwari on Monday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is expected to meet his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Russia, should clearly say that India will not tolerate infiltration on its border and terror activities backed by Islamabad

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  11. ISLAMABAD: The Benazir murder mysteryRead the original story

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    On the recent occasion of Benazir Bhutto's 62nd birth anniversary, her husband and Pakistan Peoples Party's co-chairman spoke about her murder and said: "We cannot withdraw the police report, no matter how much pressure you exert on us and how much you fight for that." Heraldo Munoz of Chile, the head of the UN commission that probed Benazir Bhutto's murder concluded as follows: "Probably no government will be able or willing to fully disentangle the truth from the complex web of implication in Benazir Bhutto's assassination."

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  12. Caesarean deliveries ratio high in urban areas: PIDE researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Times

    Overall, the C-section deliveries are 16 percent in Pakistan, which shows a slightly above prevalence to recommended 15 percent rate, according to Pakistan Institute of Development Economics research report. However, this figure for urban areas of Pakistan does not turn out encouraging i.e. about 26 percent deliveries are done via C-section.

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  13. Imran is king of U-turns: AbidRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD/FAISALABAD: Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali Sunday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan had failed to present evidence before the inquiry commission regarding rigging in 2013 general election. Talking to a private TV channel, he alleged that the PTI chief was the master of U-turns.

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  14. Imran will have to eat his words again: govtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid on Sunday said PTI Chairman Imran Khan would have to eat his words on several statements like his "35 punctures" statement. In a statement, he said the PTI lawyer advised Imran Khan against the dangers of levelling baseless allegations but Kaptaan could not get rid of his habit.

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  15. Only way for peaceful Indo-Pak relations is for Islamabad to stop...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Defence expert Major General S R Sinho on Monday said that the only way for a peaceful relationship between India and Pakistan is for Islamabad to stop its repeated ceasefire violations. "These ceasefire violations are basically to carry out infiltrations across the border with the aim of causing disruptions... This is not going to stop.

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  16. Weight tampering rampant in twin cities' marketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Residents of the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad have demanded to evolve an effective strategy for dealing with the scourge of tempering with weights and measures in markets, especially during Ramazan. Although, they said, the administration of both cities claimed of having an effective mechanism to handle fraudulent and prevent tempering with weights, but the situation on ground was opposite.

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  17. Around 185 PSH orphans fall prey to food poisoningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Around 185 orphans sheltered at Pakistan Sweet Homes in Islamabad were rushed to hospitals when they fell ill after consuming 'substandard' food on Sunday. The negligence of administration at Pakistan Sweet Homes on Sunday led to the hospitalisation of at least 60 young boys and girls aged four to six years as they were fed routinely for breakfast.

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  18. Sadequain's mysticism through colours serves youngsters as art treat : July 06, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Mysticism Through Colors - a display of selected collection of Pakistan's leading maestro Sadequain is serving as a treat of visual art to the youngsters and art lovers at National Art Gallery. Pakistan National Council of the Arts has dedicated a gallery to the legendary artist to pay him tribute through promotion of his art with permanent display.

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  19. Rural craftswomen exhibit their products to celebrate Eid : July 06, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: An exhibition of apparels for women and children and other accessories was put on display by the rural craftswomen for celebrating Eid and earning respectful livelihood. The exhibited products have been created by the rural women and displayed by Behbud Association of Pakistan, an NGO working with the aim of empowering women and their communities by providing health, education, income generation and vocational training.

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  20. Indian BSF targets Sialkot border villagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Nation

    The Indian Border Security Force personnel resorted to unprovoked heavy shelling on Pakistani border villages in Charwah Sector along Sialkot Working Boundary, causing damage to several houses of local villagers on Sunday. According to Sialkot-based senior officials of the Chenab Rangers, the Indian BSF started unprovoked shelling on Pakistani villagers in Charwah Sector on Sunday evening at around 06:30pm, which continued for one and half hour till 08:00pm.

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