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Federal govt all set to include unprecedented package for film industry in finance bill 2018: Marriyum

ISLAMABAD (APP): Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb addressing the international film festival in Karachi on Monday evening and during her interaction with the media said the federal government was all set to include unprecedented package for Pakistan’s film industry in Finance Bill ...

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US gun regulator unaware of own weapons

(News Desk) -The US agency in charge of regulating guns and explosives as well as fighting gun-related crimes has no idea how many bullets, chemical weapons and other potentially deadly devices it has in possession, an internal report has found. The report, released on Monday, found that the Bureau of ...

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Muslim woman punched in hate attack at Michigan hospital

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – An American Muslim woman is planning to sue a hospital in Michigan, where she was brutally attacked by a patient in an apparent hate crime. Video footage released recently of the 10 February assault shows the hijab-wearing student approach the reception desk at the hospital’s Accident ...

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Washington slams China for $3bn tariffs on US imports

Muslim Times (Web Desk) – The administration of US President Donald Trump has slammed China after it imposed retaliatory tariffs against the United States on a number of goods. Beijing has imposed fresh tariffs of up to 25 percent on 128 US products such as frozen pork, wine, and certain ...

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Iran faces daunting task of reviving drying gem

Revered by ethnic Azeris as “the turquoise solitaire of Azerbaijan,” Lake Urmia was second only to the Caspian Sea as the largest saltwater lake in the Middle East, a haven for birds and bathers. Since the early 1970s nature and humanity have chipped away at this gem tucked in northwestern ...

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South Korea starts replacing Iranian condensate

Muslim Times (Web Desk) – South Korea has reportedly started replacing condensate from Iran which has been cutting supplies to Asia because new splitters are coming online in the country. South Korean refiner Hyundai Oilbank Corp was reported Monday to have bought its first ever cargo of the ultra light ...

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Low caste members protest in India, 7 killed

Muslim Times (Web Desk) – At least seven people have been killed in India during protests staged by members of the underprivileged Dalit caste against a court ruling that they believe makes them further susceptible to social abuse. Tens of thousands of people from the Dalit community took to the ...

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Malaysian parliament approves controversial ‘fake news’ law

(News Desk) – Malaysia’s parliament has approved a law against “fake news” that will punish anyone publishing information deemed false or untrue despite an outcry from the opposition and activists who believe it is a ploy to muzzle dissent. The lower house of Malaysia’s parliament passed the law after a ...

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