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Always prefer quality work, says Ayesha Omar

KARACHI  – Stunning Pakistani actress Ayesha Omer said that she always prefers to perform in the films based on standard script. Karachi se Lahore actress said that Pakistani artists have revived the film industry by producing unique, interesting and entertaining movies. She said few years ago, film industry was in ...

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UK caught selling used military aircraft to Bahrain: Report

The government of UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been caught selling used military aircraft to Bahrain and other countries it officially categorizes as human rights violators. the Ministry of Defense (MoD) has sold at least two former Royal Air Force (RAF) C-130J Hercules transport aircraft from under a government-to-government ...

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Boxing: Golovkin puts titles on the line in Vegas debut

LOS ANGELES  – Gennady Golovkin says defending his world titles against Canelo Alvarez in his first fight in Las Vegas may be the most difficult bout of his career. “It is the biggest fight of my career,” said Golovkin. “Canelo is the biggest champion and the biggest name out there.” ...

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PIA inflicts Rs47.03 bn loss on national exchequer: report

ISLAMABAD – In a startling revelation, it has been learnt that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has caused national exchequer to suffer a whooping loss of Rs47.3 billion, reported Roznama Dunya on Tuesday. The auditor general’s report 2016-17 stated that Rs37.15 bn were spent on unnecessary repair work by the officials ...

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PM Khaqan Abbasi chairs ECC meeting to discuss 10-point agenda

ISLAMABAD- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is chairing the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) meeting in Islamabad today (Tuesday) to discuss 10 points agenda. The participants will exchange views on petroleum and gas sector. The ECC meeting is being held in the cabinet room of the Prime Minister’s office. The key ...

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Iraqi security forces find Daesh torture cells in western Tal Afar

Iraqi security soldiers have discovered a detention facility in the western flank of Tal Afar, which members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group used to incarcerate people and subject the detainees to various forms of torture. The Arabic-language al-Sumaria satellite television network reported on Monday that government forces had found the ...

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