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Daily Archives: November 26, 2015

Pandora listeners say hello to Adele’s ’25’

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pandora Media Inc presented its listeners with British singer Adele s best-selling album “25”, days after streaming companies said the album would not be available for streaming at release. The U.S. online radio service said all songs from Adele s album, which broke records in first-week sales, are ...

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Syrian troops making more advances against Takfiris

The Syrian forces have made new advances against foreign-backed Takfiri terrorist groups across the war-stricken country, delivering stinging blows to them. The government troops recaptured areas from terrorists in Harasta, located in the Damascus countryside, on Wednesday, Syria’s official news agency SANA reported, adding that a number of Takfiris were killed in ...

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BCCI chief Shashank Manohar opposes Big Three ‘bullying’

International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar has flayed the imbalance of power within the governing body and criticised last year’s revamp which, he believes, allows India, England and Australia to “bully” the organisation. Cricket’s global governing body approved wide-ranging changes last year, effectively placing the ‘Big Three’ in charge ...

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FO concerned over rising Islamophobia post-Paris carnage

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday took notice of rising instances of hate crimes against Muslims globally following the Nov 13 Paris attacks, Radio Pakistan reported. FO Spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said terrorism has nothing to do with Islam, which is a religion of peace and brotherhood. At least 129 ...

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Dr Asim booked for helping terrorists

KARACHI: The paramilitary force in Sindh registered a terrorism-related case against former federal minister for petroleum Dr Asim Hussain at the North Nazimabad Police Station on Wednesday for allegedly facilitating criminals and terrorists at his private hospital. The development took place soon after the expiry of the 90-day remand that ...

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Iran sees bumper harvest, no wheat imports next year

Iran’s agriculture officials foresee no major wheat imports in the coming year because better rainfall so far this year is expected to boost domestic harvest.   Head of the Government Trading Company (GTC) Ali Qanbari predicts guaranteed purchase of wheat from Iranian farmers to hit 10 million metric tons in the Persian year ...

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Merkel vows to help France against Daesh

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised assistance to France in fighting the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in the wake of the recent deadly attacks in Paris. In a joint press conference with French President Francois Hollande in Paris on Wednesday, Merkel said she would act “swiftly” to see how Berlin ...

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US impose more sanctions on Russia over Syria

The United States has imposed more sanctions against Russia for supporting the Syrian government, while Moscow has denounced the move, saying Washington is playing “geo-political games”. The US Treasury Department on Wednesday announced that four Russian individuals and six entities, including a bank, have been added to Washington’s sanctions list. ...

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