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Investment opportunities in Pakistani market highlighted

ABBOTTABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) on Saturday organised an awareness seminar on investment opportunities in Pakistan's capital market. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Higher Education and Information Minister Mushtaq Ahmed ... Daily Times, 1 week ago
SECP investor awareness seminar in Abbottabad The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
SECP's investor awareness seminar in Abbottabad Pakistan Observer, 1 week ago

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Pakistan Observer

KP govt focuses is on education

Home National KP govt focuses is on education KP govt focuses is on education Like Abdul Khaliq Qureshi Abbottabad—Advisor to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister on Information and Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has said that ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago KP govt to ensure justice in Ambreen murder case: Qaiser  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Ambreen mother remanded for days  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
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International Day: Biodiversity celebrated in Abbottabad

The United Nation­al has procla­imed May 22 as the Intern­ationa­l Day for Biolog­ical Divers­ity ABBOTTABAD: To observe International Biological Diversity Day, divisional office of the wildlife department arranged a function in ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago New Insights Into Bin Laden Operation OpEd  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Pakistan knew about Osama's hideout, says Hillary  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Laden's location was too much to be coincidence, Pak leaders were aware: Hillary Clinton  DNA India3 weeks ago
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Pakistan Today

Five Years After Osama Bin Laden's Death, al Qaeda Remains a Threat

Five years after Osama Bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad, Pakistan , his global terror syndicate continues to flourish. Al Qaeda boasts a variety of regional affiliates across the Middle East and Africa, most notably al Qaeda in the Arabian ...
 Wilson Center3 weeks ago Death And Destruction: Bin Laden's True Legacy  Before It's News3 weeks ago Know What These Five Key Players in Osama Bin Laden Encounter Are up to Now  Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago Did ISI poison CIA chief in charge of Osama raid?  India Today3 weeks ago
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'ISI controlled Osama's Abbottabad compound'

The Abbottabad hideout of Osama bin Laden was under Inter-Services Intelligence control and a Pakistan Army doctor treated the most dreaded terrorist in the world before he was killed in a daring raid by United States commandos in 2011, according to a new book. In fact, the doctor Amir Aziz, of the rank of major, who lived in a compound near bin Laden’s hideout in Abbottabad, was rewarded by the Central Intelligence Agency with a share of the $25 million bounty the US had put up because a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago ISI controlled Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound: Book  Business Standard1 month ago ISI controlled Laden's Abbottabad compound: Book  State Times1 month ago Seymour Hersh Has A Six-Letter Word For The State Of The Media Business  International Business Times3 weeks ago
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Pakistan Today

Injury scare for Yasir before England tour

Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah has been ruled out of the ongoing training camp in Abbottabad after aggravating a previous knee injury, and he will undergo a four-week conservative rehabilitation
 ESPN Cricinfo2 weeks ago Injury scare for Yasir before England tour  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Yasir Shah likely to be fit before England tour  Pakistan Today1 week ago Yasir should be fit for England  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago
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Light candles in memory of girl1

Activists of PPP Human Rights wing light candles in the memory of 17 years old girl who was killed by jirga members in Abbottabad, in front of Punjab Assembly.
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago PPP workers protest murder on jirga's order  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Concept of rich, poor eliminated from KP schools

Home Featured Concept of rich, poor eliminated from KP schools Like Abdul Khaliq Qureshi Abbottabad—Special Advisor to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Chief Minister on Higher Education and Information, Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has said that the ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago

Special Person Games from 27th

F.P. Report PESHAWAR: All Pakistan Special Person Sports Festival will be organized from May 27 at District Abbottabad under the aegis of District Government. This decision in this connection was taken in a meeting with Deputy Commissioner ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago

PM condemns honour killing of innocent girl

ISLAMABAD:- Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has strongly condemned the honour killing of an innocent girl in Abbottabad. In an official statement issued on Friday, the Prime Minister said that such a barbaric act is not only unIslamic but ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Abbottabad honour killing  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago PM orders action against jirga for burning teenage girl alive  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago PM orders to fasten investigation against culprits involved in Abbottabad incident  Dunya News3 weeks ago
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