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Daily Archives: October 4, 2016

Hurr: The Warrior Friend

The Warrior Friend of Imam Husain (‘a) Respected Hurr (“Run mein jab Shah Id taraf se Hurr‑a Deendaar Aaya”) When Hurr left the camp of the Noble Prince And came to battle His enemies thence A murmur rippled through Yazid’s camp “Here comes a friend of Hyder’s clan” “A strange ...

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Amir to return to Pakistan, will miss Abu Dhabi ODI

LAHORE: Left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir will not play the third one-day international against the West Indies in Abu Dhabi, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Tuesday. “Amir is returning Pakistan today due to serious illness of his mother. The team management has allowed him to travel back home,” ...

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India’s cricket board accounts not frozen, says Lodha panel

NEW DELHI: A panel appointed by the Supreme Court to assess the operations of India’s cricket board (BCCI) has confirmed it blocked it from making two payments from its bank accounts but says it is otherwise free to use its funds for “routine expenditure”. Following local media reports that quoted ...

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Egypt police kill senior Muslim Brotherhood leader in raid

Egypt’s police have killed a senior Muslim Brotherhood leader and another member of the outlawed movement in a firefight in the capital Cairo. Egypt’s Interior Ministry said early on Tuesday that it shot dead the 61-year-old Mohamed Kamal, a member of Brotherhood’s top leadership Guidance Bureau, a day before. Yasser Shehata, ...

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Taliban flushed out of northern Afghan city of Kunduz

Afghan commandos have repelled a Taliban attack on Kunduz after the terrorists briefly took control of the northern city’s center. “Government controls Kunduz City and Afghan security forces are in control of the main square with additional troops coming,” said NATO forces stationed in Afghanistan on Monday. Afghan special forces ...

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Russia has own UN resolution amid Syria debate

Moscow has urged the United Nations (UN) to adopt a Russian-drafted resolution targeting propaganda used by extremist groups to radicalize people around the world. In 2005, the UN Security Council, of which Russia is a member, had passed a resolution calling for measures to “prohibit by law incitement to commit ...

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Turkey slashes through police force

Turkey has suspended 12,801 police officers from duty over suspected ties with US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara accuses of having masterminded a July coup in the country. The country’s law enforcement authorities announced the suspensions on Tuesday, saying they had followed an investigation of the police force by ...

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