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Daily Archives: April 29, 2016

Ariel Winter reveals which college she’s attending

Ariel Winter is headed to college. The “Modern Family” star was accepted to the University of California, Los Angeles and had to share the exciting news on Wednesday. ADVERTISEMENT Winter, who turned 18 in January, posted an Instagram pic of her admission notice, which she captioned, “It’s an AMAZING DAY! ...

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Inzamam unfit as chief selector, Viv should be head coach: Qadir

LAHORE: Accusing the high-ups of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) running the game like politicians, legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has raised serious questions over new appointments, especially that of chief selector Inzamamul-Haq, and observed that if a coach is essential for the Pakistan team then Sir Vivian Richards should be ...

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PPP leader comes under fire over Rs90m phones for Haj pilgrims

ISLAMABAD: The Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly and Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, Syed Khursheed Shah, came under fire during a meeting of the PAC on Thursday for purchasing Rs90 million mobile phones for pilgrims during Haj in 2012 without inviting tenders. According to an audit report ...

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Seminaries boom in absence of govt checks

ISLAMABAD: While the government’s plan to streamline the registration and monitoring of religious seminaries appears to be a pipe dream, the number of madressahs in the country, as well as the number of students enrolled in them, has been on the rise. Even though seminary boards offer different reasons for ...

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Swat activist Tabassum Adnan wins 2016 Nelson Mandela Award

SWAT: Tabassum Adnan, a women’s rights activist from Swat valley became the recipient of yet another prestigious award on Thursday when she was bestowed with the Nelson Mandela – Graça Machel Innovation Award 2016 in Bogota, Colombia. Talking to Dawn from Colombia soon after receiving her award, Adnan said she ...

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Washington wants Moscow to stop Assad

The United States has demanded that Russia restrain the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad amid Moscow’s criticism of US interventionism. On Thursday, Washington expressed outrage over an airstrike on a hospital in the Syrian city of Aleppo, leveling accusations against Damascus and Moscow, which were flatly dismissed by both ...

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Pentagon shifts to Libya for airstrikes on Daesh

The United States military has deployed spy drones to Libya where the Pentagon’s latest shift over Daesh (ISIL) will reportedly see added air fire against militants in the North African state. American surveillance drones have been moved into the skies over Libya to gather intelligence against militants there and based ...

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UN blacklists tanker carrying Libyan oil

The United Nations Security Council has blacklisted an Indian-flagged oil tanker for illegally carrying crude oil from a Libyan port controlled by militants.  The council put Indian-flagged Distya Ameya on its blacklist “based on information it received from the Libyan government” that the vessel was transporting oil in breach of a ...

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