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Daily Archives: November 19, 2016

Don’t compromise on quality work: Sanam Saeed

KARACHI (Web Desk) – Pakistani actress Sanam Saeed has said that she accepts offer of any TV drama or film after completely getting information about caste and script. The actress said that performing in theatre is quite difficult as the artists donot get chance of retake while in TV, the ...

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New Zealand in charge as Wagner, Boult shatter Pakistan

Neil Wagner and Trent Boult left Pakistan’s second innings in tatters Saturday to put New Zealand in sight of a comprehensive first Test victory at the end of the third day in Christchurch. The tourists lost six wickets in the final session at Hagley Oval to be 129-7 at stumps, ...

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US election was ‘revenge of flyover country’: Ted Cruz

US Senator Ted Cruz says Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat to Donald Trump in the presidential election was the “revenge of flyover country.” Speaking at the National Lawyers Convention on Friday, the Texas senator said the Nov. 8 election “was an incredible vindication for the American people across this country, and ...

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Argentineans rally to support opposition-proposed law

Argentinean protesters have taken to the streets in the capital to support an opposition-proposed bill that they believe will contain the adverse effects of the government’s austerity measures. Tens of thousands of protesters attended the rally in Buenos Aires on Friday to support the “social emergency law,” which would pressure the government to use ...

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Zimbabwe police prevent planned anti-govt. protests

Six people have been “abducted” in Zimbabwe as police prevented planned anti-government protests in the capital Harare and the second city of Bulawayo. Civil action groups had earlier pledged to try to hold the first demonstration against the government of President Robert Mugabe in several weeks, but high security measures ...

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Boko Haram claims three bomb attacks in Maiduguri

Six people have been killed in three bomb attacks in the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno. The bombings were carried out in Maiduguri, Borno’s capital, on Friday. One of the explosions rocked Jiddari area near a mobile police post, Borno state police commissioner Damian Chukwu told reporters in Maiduguri. The ...

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South Koreans rally anew against Pres. Park

South Koreans have taken to the streets in the capital, Seoul, and elsewhere in fresh rallies demanding the resignation of the scandal-hit President Park Geun-hye. Up to half a million protesters are expected by organizers to participate in the Seoul rally, and the same number in other cities, on Saturday ...

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Obama sparks Peru clashes, calls of ‘capitalist beast’

Police in Peru have clashed with activists protesting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal and visiting US President Barack Obama, who is in Lima to attend the APEC summit.  Scuffles broke out as riot police prevented the protesters from marching toward the official site of the 24th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, which kicks off on Saturday ...

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