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Six killed in attack on NGO van in Pakistan
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Six killed in attack on NGO van in Pakistan

Jan 1 2013, 5:41am CST | by

Islamabad, Jan 1 (IANS) Six people were killed in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Tuesday when some unidentified men attacked a van carrying NGO workers, Geo News reported.

Islamabad, Jan 1 — Six people were killed in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Tuesday when some unidentified men attacked a van carrying NGO workers, Geo News reported. The attackers opened...

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Six killed in attack on NGO van in Pakistan

Jan 1 2013, 5:41am CST | by

Islamabad, Jan 1 (IANS) Six people were killed in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Tuesday when some unidentified men attacked a van carrying NGO workers, Geo News reported.

Islamabad, Jan 1 — Six people were killed in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Tuesday when some unidentified men attacked a van carrying NGO workers, Geo News reported.

The attackers opened fire on the van in the province's Swabi district, a police official said.

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Saskatoon woman deported to Pakistan in hiding, hopes Canadian government will reverse decision

Sep 18 2014 5:25pm CDT | Source: National Post

SASKATOON — Jamila Bibi, the failed refugee claimant deported this week from Saskatoon, is now in hiding in Pakistan, a friend says. Her friend and former employer, Saskatoon restaurateur Sahana Yeasmin, said she spoke to Ms. Bibi by telephone after her former cook arrived in Pakistan on Wednesday. Ms. Yeasmin would not say where she is hiding, and is still fearful of what could happen to her as a result of adultery charges levelled against her. “She said, ‘Do so ...
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Xi's India visit won't affect Pak relations: FO

Sep 18 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

MAQBOOL MALIK/Agencies ISLAMABAD - The Foreign Office said Thursday Islamabad and Beijing were in touch to finalise schedule of the Chinese president’s visit to Pakistan as soon as possible, adding he was keenly looking forward to visiting Islamabad at an early date. “Pakistani and Chinese leaderships, our governments and ...
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Photo exhibition on USAID projects

Sep 18 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

rawalpindi - A photo exhibition was opened by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) at Kuch Khaas Gallery on Thursday. The exhibition features works that were submitted in a USAID photo competition opened to Pakistanis between the ages of 14 to 20. The competition held earlier this year required that photographs highlight ...
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NAB to set up bureaus in Sukkur, Multan

Sep 18 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to set up two new regional bureaus in Sukkur and Multan, as part of NAB's expansion plan for eradication of corruption and better monitoring of its activities across the country. It was decided during the two-day 19th Director Generals (DGs) Conference of NAB started here on Thursday at the NA ...
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Afghanistan should eliminate safe heavens in its own country: FO

Sep 18 2014 7:38am CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

ISLAMABAD- Pakistan today said that Afghanistan instead of launching baseless allegations should take measures inside its own borders to eliminate safe havens Speaking to journalists, FO spokeswoman Tasneem Aslam said that Pakistan had launched a protest with Afghanistan over attacks on border check posts and had urged the neighboring country to eliminate terrorist ...
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Pakistan's Army has shifted over 55 thousand flood victims to safer places

Sep 18 2014 3:13am CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

Rawalpindi- Pakistan's Army has rescued 55,967 persons to safer places and distributed 1,816 tons ration of flood hit areas during relief and rescue operation in recent floods. According to ISPR, 24 medical camps have been established where army doctors have treated 17,182 patients. Besides, 24 relief camps have also been established in major cities including Rawalpindi, ...
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Human Development Report 2014 released

Sep 17 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

Islamabad The Human Development Report 2014 released Wednesday by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) stresses on sustaining human progress through reducing vulnerabilities and building resilience.  The report is released in Pakistan at a time when millions of people are affected by recent flashfloods that could have been managed throug ...
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Roots to make French compulsory subject

Sep 17 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

PR Islamabad A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Langues Sans Frontieres Islamabad (LSFI) and Roots International Schools (RIS) to create a linkage between French institute and the academia in Pakistan thus resulting in economic growth and stability of the country. Roots International Schools always look for providin ...
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Pakistan hockey team wins practice match in Korea

Sep 17 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan hockey team got off to winning start in the practice match against the Korean club side in a friendly match played in Korea on Wednesday. Talking to The Nation from Korea, head coach and manager Shahnaz Sheikh said: “It is quite unfortunate that despite our repeated requests to Korean national team and teams like Malaysia and Japan to play practice m ...
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Students protest against schools closure

Sep 17 2014 2:00pm CDT | Source: The Nation - Pakistan

Islamabad Dozens of students, some in uniform, and parents gathered in front of Islamabad Model College for Girls F-10/2 demanding opening of their schools. Thousands of policemen from the provinces brought in by the government to control protesters have been living in around twenty-seven schools and colleges for the past one month. “Please vacate our schools,” the students chanted ... ...
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