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About 1371 results for "anti pakistan"

Arrested betting agents released after no local laws for prose...

Indian and Pakistani betting agents, who were nabbed by the Sri Lanka Cricket's Anti-Corruption Unit at the P. Sara Oval in Colombo last week, have been released as there were no local laws to prosecute them. Retired Senior Police Superintendent ... NetIndia123.com, 22 hours ago

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Italian police arrest Moroccan in anti-jihadism sweep

Need more enhanced skills to perform better: Sardar Singh Mathews hits hundred, Pakistan need 377 to win Test Series Sri Lanka v Pakistan scoreboard Communal clash in Meerut: 12 injured Fresh batch of 2128 pilgrims leaves for Amarnath from Jammu ...
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Nawaz behind Zardari's anti-army statement: Imran

July 06, 2015 Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Sunday said that he still stood by his claim that the 2013 general elections were massively rigged through carrying out "35 punctures". Talking to newsmen at Karachi Airport, ...
 Business Recorder1 day ago Imran now talks of 70 punctures  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Imran accuses Sethi of '70 punctures, not just 35'  DAWN Group1 day ago Imran accuses PM of plotting Zardari's army outburst  SAMAA TV1 day ago
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Seven soldiers killed in anti-Taliban offensive

DERA ISMAIL KHAN - Taliban ambushes and bombings killed at least seven Pakistani soldiers in the northwest as the military made a new push into the militants' last major stronghold near the border with Afghanistan, intelligence officers said today. ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Seven Pakistani troops killed as army pushes to finish anti-Taliban offensive  Reuters1 day ago 7 Pakistan troops killed in a push to finish anti-Taliban offensive  Gulf Time UAE1 day ago 7 troops killed in Taliban ambushes  The Gulf Today1 day ago
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Daily Times

Salman Butt likely to meet ICC ACU officials in bid to revive career

KARACHI - Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt is expected to meet officials of the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit soon regarding his efforts to make a comeback to domestic cricket after his ban ends in September. A ...
 Daily Times12 hours ago Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts  Business Standard1 day ago Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt to meet ACSU officials  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Salman Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts  Zee News1 day ago
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Times of India

Pak court sentences cleric to 10 yrs in jail for hate-speech

Press Trust of India | Islamabad July 4, 2015 Last Updated at 13:48 IST An anti- terrorism court in Pakistan has sentenced a Muslim cleric to over 10 years in jail for making hate speeches against another sect. Judge Khalid Arshad sentenced Maulana Abdul ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Pak court jails cleric for 10 yrs over hate-speech  The Freepress Journal2 days ago Pakistan court sentences cleric to 10 years in jail for hate-speech  Economic Times2 days ago Pak court sentences cleric for hate-...  The Echo Of India1 day ago
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Three Pakistan Taliban get death sentence for killing policemen

ISLAMABAD, June 30 (Xinhua) -- An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan on Tuesday awarded death sentence to three Taliban militants for killing four policemen during attack on oil tankers, carrying fuel for NATO troops in neighbourig Afghanistan. The ...
 Xinhua News Agency6 days ago India fans terrorism  The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Three TTP terrorists sentenced to death in Pakistan  Prokerala6 days ago
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Indian Express

Pakistan court summons 4 more witnesses in 26/11 case

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attack case summoned four more witnesses to record their statements on July 1
 Economic Times1 week ago China proposes to have discussions with India over Lakhvi issue  Indian Express4 days ago Pakistan court trying Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi summons 4 more witnesses in 26/11 case  DNA1 week ago Pakistan court to hold 2 hearings a week to expedite 26/11 case  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
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Ani News

Pak prayer leader sentenced to 10 years in jail for delivering hate speech

Jul 4, 1:10 pm Karachi, July 4 ( ANI ): An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has given a 10-year and four months jail term to a prayer leader of a mosque at Qaimpur town for delivering a hate speech . According to Dawn News, Maulana ...
 Ani News2 days ago Pakistan Imam gets 10-year jail for hate speech  Dhaka Tribune2 days ago
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Times of India

Lakhvi exempted from in-person appearance in 26/11 attack case

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today exempted the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attack Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi from appearing in-person after the LeT operations commander cited "serious threats to his life."
 Times of India5 days ago Pakistan court exempts Lakhvi from appearing in-person in 26/11 case  Firstpost.com5 days ago Lakhvi seeks exemption from appearing in court  Prokerala2 months ago Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi seeks exemption from appearing in court  One India2 months ago
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