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Islamabad, Kabul move to de-escalate border - The Nation

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Afghanistan yesterday reached a tentative peace agreement as Kabul promised to act against terrorists' sanctuaries inside its territory but handed a list of 32 alleged training centres seeking action from Islamabad. The two ...

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Sharifs' sugar mills 'not violating SC orders' - The Nation

LAHORE - Judges of three districts informed the Lahore High Court yesterday that all three sugar mills owned by Sharif family have not been found violating the Supreme Court's orders which restricted their relocation to new places. The sessions judges ...

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Rangers' deployment in Punjab within 3 days - The Nation

LAHORE - Pakistan Rangers will become operational in the Punjab within three days to launch a forceful crackdown on terrorists and their facilitators. The next apex committee meeting will decide on the modalities of operations, areas and duration of ...

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Protest against Sehwan suicide attack - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: The Quaidian Sindh Forum (QSF) along with the civil society has organised a peaceful protest against the fresh wave of terrorism in the country especially the suicide attack at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar. The protest was held here on ...

Dr Noor appointed UET pro-VC - DAWN.com

PESHAWAR: Dr Noor Mohammad, dean faculty of engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, has been appointed as pro-vice-chancellor of the varsity. The appointment has been made by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar ...and more »

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Former US law chief leads Uber probe - BBC News

On Sunday we learned that Uber was going to conduct an investigation into claims of serious sexual harassment, following a scathing blog post from a former employee. On Monday Uber boss Travis Kalanick sent an email to his employees with more ...

Five Teenagers Arrested In London On Terrorism Charges - NDTV

Five teenagers were arrested in London on terrorism charges on Monday following a series of raids, police said. The suspects, who ranged in age from 15 to 19, were held on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism, London's Metropolitan Police said in a ...and more »

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'Man-made' famine hits 5m in S. Sudan - DAWN.com

JUBA: South Sudan on Monday declared famine in some parts of the country, with more than three years of war leaving nearly five million hungry in what aid groups called a “man-made” tragedy. Isaiah Chol Aruai, chairman of South Sudan's National Bureau ...