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Banks allay charges hike

BANKERS have allayed fears the industry will increase bank charges and fees after the expiry of an agreement putting a cap on interest rates and fees banks could charge on services, saying players are more likely to focus on improving efficiency in ... Zimbabwe Independent, 1 month ago

Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1000GMT, April 15

India's ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi has launched a scathing attack on the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), urging people to reject in the general elections "divisive and autocratic" forces which may ruin the country's ... days ago
Kayhan International

GOP Preventing Americans From Voting: Obama

GOP Preventing Americans From Voting: Obama WASHINGTON (Press TV) US President Barack Obama says Republicans are trying to prevent American voters from accessing the ballot by imposing new voter identification restrictions in ...
 Kayhan International4 days ago

Court directs all accused to be present at next RPP hearing FIA summons Gilani to explain role in multi-billion TDAP scam

The accused persons would be indicted in the next hearing of the case adjourned to the said date. Meanwhile, former premier Ashraf and former finance minister Shaukat Tareen appeared in the court. The accountability court was also hearing the Oil ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago

Afghanistan's Elections: Who's Who, Intelligence Assets Contend for the Presidency

Afghan elections are more farcical than fair. Fraud substitutes for a free and open process. Voters have no say. In December 2001, Washington installed Hamid Karzai as president. He's a convenient stooge. He's a CIA asset. Formerly he was ...
 Global Research1 week ago Afghans Vote  RINF.com1 week ago

Three Afghan soldiers killed in bomb attacks

Taliban Attack Election Panel Headquarters Before Afghan Voting By MATTHEW ROSENBERGMARCH 29, 2014 The New York Times KABUL, Afghanistan — Taliban fighters unleashed a barrage of gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades at the headquarters of ...
 Afghanistan News Center2 weeks ago

Egypt to hold May 26-27 presidential election

Egyptian judge, Anwar Rashad al-Assi, head of the presidential Electoral Commission, attends a press conference in Cairo on March 30, 2014, to announce the timetable for the upcoming presidential election Egypt announced a presidential election for ...
 AlterNet.org2 weeks ago

Libya violence continues unabated

Cyrenaica federalists and the Libyan interim government could soon come to an agreement on the use of oil ports. In a statement issued on Sunday (March 23rd), the Cyrenaica political council said it would allow the Libyan state to export oil ...
 Magharebia3 weeks ago Libya: Libya Violence Continues Unabated  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago

Little soldiers brave the spotlight

FIFTEEN children dressed in colourful costumes paraded on stage for the Little Soldier Creative Costume contest at The Mines Shopping Centre recently. The contest was held in conjunction with the upcoming release for Marvel's Captain America: ... weeks ago
South Asian News Agency

NBP, Army, WAPDA win hockey matches in Sargodha

South Asian News Agency (SANA) ⋅ SARGODHA, (SANA): NBP, Army and WAPDA (A) have won their matches on the fifth day of the ongoing First Brigadier ® Manzoor Hussain Atif Memorial Hockey Tournament at the Sargodha Hockey Stadium. NBP thrashed ...
 South Asian News Agency1 month ago
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