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Pakistan, India's filmy drama; Akshay Kumar's 'Baby' banned
Emirates247

Baby banned in Pakistan, yet again

Akshay Kumar-starrer Baby that released this week has been banned in Pakistan. According to Pakistani media reports, the film has been banned "because it portrays a negative image of Muslims, and the negative characters in the film also have Muslim ... Hindustan Times, 15 minutes ago
Pakistan government has not completely banned JuD Times of India, 10 hours ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Massive power outage plunges Pakistan into darkness

Islamabad- Pakistan was plunged into darkness after a breakdown of a key power transmission line in the southern part of the country early today, another blinding reminder of the country's crippling energy crisis. The power failure, one of the ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 hours ago Pakistan blackout: Key prower transmitter collapses  Emirates2476 hours ago Power cut plunges Pakistan into darkness  Sky News Australia6 hours ago Power Crisis: Pakistan Plunges Into Darkness  New Indian Express6 hours ago
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Pak Army Chief in China on two-day visit

Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has arrived in China on a two-day visit during which he is expected to discuss security and defence cooperation issues between the two countries with China's political and military leadership.General Sharif ...
 Business Standard2 hours ago Pak army chief leaves for China on official visit  Business Standard15 hours ago
Manorama Online

Two more militants to be hanged in Pakistan

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has issued black warrants for the execution of two militants of the outlawed Lashkar-i-Jhangvi Feb 3 in a doctor's killing case, media reported Sunday. The two militants - Attaullah alias Qasim and Mohammad Azam alias ...
 Sify2 hours ago Pak hangs militant, 20th execution since moratorium lifted  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Militant attack leaves 80 percent of Pakistan without electricity

A massive blackout struck Pakistan early Sunday, leaving as much as 80 percent of the country without electricity at its height as officials rushed to restore power. By mid-morning Sunday, officials said power had been restored to roughly half ...
 Indian Express3 hours ago Attack Leaves 80% Of Pakistan Without Power  Independent Radio News1 hour ago Massive power outage strikes Pakistan, leaving much of country without electricity overnight  Yahoo! Canada4 hours ago
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Pakistan Today

Peaceful relations with Pakistan: India's statement aims at pleasing Obama only: Sartaj Aziz

January 25, 2015 Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday said that Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj issued a statement about India's desire to good relations with Pakistan only to please United States ...
 Business Recorder9 hours ago Sartaj Aziz: Sushma Swaraj is only appeasing Barack Obama  Asian Age12 hours ago Advisor on Foreign Affairs says prosperity in the region cannot be achieved without improving relations between Pakistan and India.  Radio Pakistan19 minutes ago Obama likely to push for Pakistan-India talks resumption during India visit: report  Pakistan Today14 hours ago
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Pakistan-based militants make desperate bid to infiltrate into J

Representational picture. New Delhi: Hours before President Barack Obama's arrival in India, Pakistan-based militants made a desperate bid to infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir amidst firing from across the border but alert BSF troops foiled it. ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 hour ago Major infiltration bid foiled ahead of Obama visit  Rediff.com1 day ago Pak-based militants make desperate bid to infiltrate  Rediff.com54 minutes ago Obama's India visit: Pakistan-based militants make desperate bid to infiltrate  Economic Times1 hour ago
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Pakistan fires on Indian border to stay relevant

New Delhi, Jan 25: The only way Pakistan can stay relevant is doing what it does best. What else explains the firing by the Pakistan Rangers at the Jogwana post and three infiltration bids in the past 24 hours. This despite the United States of ...
 Oneindia8 minutes ago

Win over Pakistan remains most significant

Since its independence in 1971, Bangladesh wanted to play in the ICC Cricket World Cup. Bangladesh competed in the 1979, 1982, 1990 and 1994 ICC Trophies and not only improved every time, but got closer to qualification to the pinnacle event. My ...
 MSN News22 hours ago
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Pakistan goes dark after nationwide power breakdown

The breakdown hit amid rumours that the country's power crisis would be exacerbated as a result of acute shortage of furnace oil. Due to shortage of furnace oil, the power production from Jamshoro power plant was decreased to 170 MW from 570 MW and from 700 ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago Pak goes dark after nationwide power breakdown  Business Standard2 hours ago
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