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Michale Clarke set to retire: reports

WHATSAPP   1 COMMENT  EMAIL  PRINT Clarke, plagued by a longstanding back problem and more recent hamstring trouble, is in a desperate run of form with the bat, having reached 25 just six times in his last 30 Test innings. — Reuters NOTTINGHAM: Australia captain Michael Clarke is set to ...

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Indian villagers kill five for ‘witchcraft’: police

WHATSAPP   13 COMMENTS  EMAIL  PRINT According to a police official, 24 villagers have been arrested over the killings of the women. —Reuters/File NEW DELHI: Villagers in a rural part of eastern India have killed five women whom they accused of practising witchcraft, police said Saturday. Police in eastern Jharkhand ...

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Saudi Arabia continues to bomb Yemen

Saudi Arabia has continued bombarding several areas in Yemen, killing at least 13 people across the impoverished country. Saudi warplanes conducted a bomb attack against the city of Ibb in southwestern Yemen, killing at least two people and injuring two others. At least five people, including two physicians, lost their ...

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Karachi police announce new laws for school vans

KARACHI: The Karachi traffic police have given school van owners two weeks to implement new laws which were announced on Saturday. Announcing the laws for school vans, DIG Traffic Dr Amir Sheikh said the vans would be blue in colour and would be given special protocol in traffic laws. DIG ...

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NAB arrests former PPP Punjab president

LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore division took Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) former Punjab president Qasim Zia in custody over corruption of over 100-million rupees. According to NAB sources, Zia was arrested on Friday following a raid on his residence. Zia is accused of selling fraudulent shares. for conducting ...

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