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  • Thai police raid news website office critical of govt

    BANGKOK: Police in Thailand raided the office of an independent news website on Tuesday to look for leaflets urging a vote against a draft constitution proposed by the country’s military government...

    The raid on the Prachatai website’s office in Bangkok was carried out under a search warrant that related it to the arrest two days earlier of one of the website’s reporters...

  • Bangladesh police raid website office, detain journalists

    DHAKA: Bangladesh police have raided the office of a news website and detained three journalists over a report on rumours the prime minister’s son had died, an official said on Monday, days after the country blocked dozens of news sites...

    com’s Dhaka office on Sunday evening, hours after the story appeared, and detained the executive editor and two other journalists...

  • Hackers deface Met Office website

    ISLAMABAD: Hackers defaced part of the official website of the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) — also known as the Met Office — on Saturday...

    The `Farmers’ Weather’ section of the website appeared to be the primary target of the hackers, who also posted political slogans on the landing page...

  • Satire website Khabaristan Times blocked in Pakistan

    KARACHI: Readers of the satire website Khabaristan Times were informed in a Facebook post on Monday that the website had been blocked in Pakistan since Wednesday (Jan 25)...

    there hasn’t been an official notification from any regulatory authority regarding the website being banned, but it can’t be accessed anywhere in Pakistan...

  • Nadra website 'temporarily affected' due to interest in Naya Pakistan Housing Programme: spokesperson

    National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) Spokesperson Faiq Ali on Thursday claimed that around 200,000 people from 174 countries had simultaneously accessed its website as soon as the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme was launched on Nadra's website...

    The spokesperson also claimed that 62,000 registration forms for the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme were downloaded in the first hour alone...

  • MQM set to take over CBH vice president office after two more wins

    HYDERABAD: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement is set to grab the office of vice president of the Cantonment Board Hyderabad (CBH) after winning two more seats reserved for women and minorities in indirect election on Friday...

    The latest wins took the number of the party’s seats to eight in the 12 seats of elected councillors who will vote for the vice president...

  • Brazil’s president Rousseff ousted from office by Senate

    BRASILIA: Brazil’s Senate on Wednesday voted to remove President Dilma Rousseff from office, the culmination of an year-long fight that paralysed Latin America’s largest nation and exposed deep rifts among its people on everything from race relations to social spending...

    Rousseff was Brazil’s first female president, with a storied career that includes a stint as a Marxist guerrilla jailed and tortured in the 1970s during the...

  • Annual expenses of President House, PM Office raised

    ISLAMABAD: Annual expenses of the President’s House and the Prime Minister’s Office have been increased by five to eight per cent negating the government’s claim of adopting austerity in its affairs...

    According to the budget announced by Finance Mi­­nister Ishaq Dar on Friday, funds for the Presidency had been increased by up to almost eight percent while the Prime Minister’s Office would get five per cent more funds as compared to...

  • President’s office

    An explanation by a PML-N stalwart said that the reference to Mr Hussain as co-chair in the handout was nothing more than a gesture of respect for the office of the president, while yesterday, the presidency refuted reports that Mr Hussain was involved in the PML-N’s poll politics...

    Know more: Presidency rejects PPP claims of Hussain’s involvement in politicsReacting to the meeting, the PPP, which has had to deal with several...

  • S. Korea president says willing to leave office early

    South Korea's scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye said Tuesday she was willing to resign early and would let parliament decide her fate as leader...

    “I will leave the issue of my departure, including the (possible) reduction of my term in office, to a decision by the National Assembly”, she said in a speech carried live on television...

  • S. Korean court throws president out of office; two die in protests

    SEOUL: South Korea’s Constitutional Court removed President Park Geun-hye from office on Friday over a graft scandal involving the country’s conglomerates at a time of rising tensions with North Korea and China...

    Park becomes South Korea’s first democratically elected leader to be forced from office, capping months of paralysis and turmoil over the corruption scandal that also landed the head of the Samsung conglomerate in detention...

  • S. Korean president willing to leave office

    SEOUL: South Korea’s scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye said on Tuesday she was willing to resign early and let parliament decide her fate, a move critics said was a bid to delay impending impeachment...

    “I will leave the issue of my departure, including the (possible) reduction of my term in office, to a decision by the National Assembly”, she said in a speech carried live on television...

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