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  • Twin cities’ traders to join other cities in shutter-down strike

    “After all efforts failed to convince the government to look into our concerns, we organised a kind of all parties conference belonging to the traders’ community in Lahore on July 5,” All Pakistan Markazi Anjuman-i-Tijaran President Ajmal Baloch said...

    Support for the strike call on July 13 has been extended by traders from major cities including Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad...

  • Eastern Europe rejects migrant quotas as Europe divided over crisis

    PRAGUE: Eastern Europe rejected migrant quotas on Friday despite German warnings over the "biggest challenge" in European Union (EU) history, amid disturbing footage of refugees in Hungary being fed "like animals...

    Record numbers of people, many of them fleeing war and conflict, continued to pour into Europe, with around 7,600 entering Macedonia in the last 24 hours...

  • The accused is famous...

    The very first line of the recently released decision of Judge Shri Deshpande begins with the most important fact of this hit-and-run case: the accused is famous...

  • Famous Dadar sanatorium turns into a ghost house

    MANSEHRA: The sanatorium in Dadar area , once the biggest centre for treatment of tuberculosis in the entire Asia, has turned into a ghost house as neither the federal nor provincial government is bothering to repair its major blocks which were destroyed in flash floods in 2001 and later in the devastating earthquake in 2005...

    The sanatorium, which was established in 1939 on an area of about 1,600 kanals for the treatment of...
  • Celta plan famous upset of exhausted United

    MADRID: An injury crisis, coupled with an intense schedule, is eroding Manchester United’s status as favourites to win the Europa League...

    United, England’s most decorated club, are the standout name on the list of semi-finalists that also contains Celta Vigo, Olympique Lyonnais and Ajax Amsterdam
  • Detained famous Thai fortuneteller dies in military prison

    BANGKOK: A prominent Thai fortuneteller accused of insulting the monarchy has died in custody, authorities said Monday, becoming the second person in connection with the high-profile case to die behind bars...

    The fortuneteller, Suriyan Sujaritpalawong, known by the name "Mor Yong," died of a blood infection Saturday at the military prison where he had been detained since mid-October, the Justice Ministry said
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