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Karachi cop killed as armed men attack car to free prisoners
The Nation Pakistan

Karachi cop killed as armed men attack car to free prisoners

KARACHI: Unidentified assailants on Friday killed one police official and critically injured another in a bid to free prisoners here in the Baloch Colony area of the metropolis. The prisoners, identified as Mohammad Imtiaz and Abdul Malik were ... The Nation Pakistan, 2 hours ago
Unknown assailants kill policeman in Karachi Daily Messenger, 2 hours ago
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India.com

BAN on Indian films in Pakistan

Karachi, Sep 30: Some theatre owners in Pakistan have stopped screening Indian movies.The decision comes amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan and the Indian film producers decision to ban Pakistanis from working in films being made in ...
 India.com7 hours ago Pakistani's key cinema operators stop screening of Indian films  SAMAA TV11 hours ago Pakistani cinemas stop screening of Indian films  DAWN Group14 hours ago Curtain falls on Indian movies in Pakistani cinemas  The Express Tribune14 hours ago
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Frontier Post

Pakistan Stock Exchange down by 59 points

KARACHI (Online): The Pakistan Stock Exchange started trading on Thursday with a positive note, with the benchmark 100-index gaining 506 pips at one point to register its all-time high of 40,861. Crude prices and the State Bank's interest rate ...
 Frontier Post21 hours ago India, Pakistan stocks bleed after Kashmir strikes  New Age Bangladesh22 hours ago Stocks in Karachi bleed, but less than Indian counterparts  Business Standard India22 hours ago Pakistan-India tension: Stocks fall, but absorption power remains strong  The Express Tribune21 hours ago
India Today

Amid war clouds, Pakistani comedian's post goes viral: How biryani, Sania, Katrina can keep us together

Karachi based stand-up comedian has a hilarious take on why he doesn't want war between India and Pakistan. The reasons include Sania Mirza, Katrina Kaif, Fawad Khan, and the like. Screenshot: Facebook - Shehzad Ghias Shaikh While India and ...
 India Today8 hours ago
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Afridi pleads PCB for rousing send-off, says 'farewell match is my right'

Irish Sun (ANI) Friday 30th September, 2016 Karachi [Pakistan], Sept.30 (ANI): "Farewell match is my right", insisted former T20 skipper Shahid Afridi while urging the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to provide him with an opportunity to bid adieu to ...
 IrishSun.com12 hours ago No farewell match for Shahid Afridi  One India1 week ago Shahid Afridi hints at international retirement  Sify2 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

26/11: Pak panel to inspect boat

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has ordered sending a commission of prosecution and defence lawyers to Karachi to examine a boat used by 10 LeT terrorists to reach India for carrying out the 2008 Mumbai attacks. After hearing arguments of ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 day ago 26/11 case:Pak commission to inspect boat used by terrorists  Deccan Herald2 days ago Commission in Pakistan to inspect boat 'used' in 26/11 attacks  Prokerala2 days ago Mumbai attacks case: Judicial commission to inspect boat in Karachi  The Express Tribune2 days ago
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Mid Day

Bollywood films banned in some cinema halls in Pakistan

Prev By IANS| Posted 50 minutes ago Sushant Singh Rajput in a still from 'M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story' Karachi : Some theatre owners in Pakistan have stopped screening Indian movies. The decision comes amid heightened tensions between ...
 Mid Day5 hours ago Mahendra Singh Dhoni biopic not banned, says Pakistan's CBFC chief  ZeeNews.com1 day ago MS Dhoni Biopic Not Banned, Says Pakistan's CBFC Chief  News18.com16 hours ago Dhoni biopic not banned, says Pakistan's CBFC chief  IANS Live1 day ago
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The Nation Pakistan

CPEC is project of Pakistan's progress, prosperity: Ebad

Tweet on Twitter Staff Reporter Karachi—The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the project of Pakistan's progress and prosperity and that it would be completed at every cost. This was stated by the Governor of Sindh, Dr Ishrat ...
 Pakistan Observer1 day ago CPEC worth $51 bn after China, ADB approve new loans  NetIndia123.com9 hours ago CPEC: planting trees  DAWN Group14 hours ago China to upgrade Pak Railways ML1: Ahsan  The Nation Pakistan16 hours ago
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Sensex, rupee crash after surgical strikes on terror camps; Karachi bourse ends a sober 0.2% down

A tale of two stock exchanges on the day of claims and counter claims about rising tensions between India and Pakistan The post Sensex, rupee crash after surgical strikes on terror camps; Karachi bourse ends a sober 0.2% down appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 day ago

Sarfraz is a born leader, believes Rashid Latif

Karachi [Pakistan], Sept.29 (ANI): Describing Sarfraz Ahmed as a `born` leader, former Pakistan skipper Rashid Latif has praised the current captain's ability to lead the team. He also admired the side's all-rounder performance throughout their ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
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