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Black Lives Matter protest obstructs Heathrow
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Black Lives Matter protest obstructs Heathrow

From the section UK Image copyright AFP/ Image caption Last month hundreds marched through London in protest at the shooting of two black men by police in the US Activists have voiced hopes that a strong Black Lives Matter movement can be built in ... BBC, 3 weeks ago

New pharmacy opens doors at the University Bookstore

It's going to be easier than ever for students, faculty and staff at UNB, STU and NBCC to get the medicine they need on campus. Campus Pharmacy, located at the University Bookstore in Fredericton, opened its doors to students, faculty and staff ...
 University of New Brunswick3 weeks ago
Associated Press of Pakistan

Tribute paid to poet Syed Arif at RAC

Tweet on Twitter RAWALPINDI, July 31 (APP): Rawalpindi Arts Council in collaborationwith literary organization Sukhanwar on Sunday arranged a condolence reference and Mushaira here to pay tribute to legendary poet and journalist Syed Arif. ...
 Associated Press of Pakistan4 weeks ago

Pakistani women have no better role model than Ms Jinnah

Birth anniversary of Madar-e-Millat celebrated Zubair Qureshi Islamabad—Eminent expatriate Pakistani intellectual based in the US, Dr Sairah Alvi on Saturday drew attention of the Pakistani women to the shining example of Madr-e-Millat ...
 Pakistan Observer4 weeks ago
Saudi Gazette

New Qawwali troupe wins audience for Sufi music in Kerala

Photos by Samar Media Harmonist Jawed Aslam, right, and other members of Mehfil-e-Sama'a, the first-ever Keralite Qawwali troupe of its kind comprising mostly students from the south Indian state. Renowned Muslim folk singer V.M. Kutty ...
 Saudi Gazette1 month ago

Rich tribute paid to Fatima Jinnah

Tweet on Twitter Staff Reporter Islamabad—I am witness to the overwhelming popularity of Madar-e-Millat Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah when she initiated her election campaign against Ayub Khan in 1964, from Peshawar. I was Director Information ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Edhi remembered at RAC

Rawalpindi - A Mehfil-e-Mushaira (poetic symposium) and condolence reference in remembrance of Abdul Sattar Edhi was held here under auspices of Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC). Renowned social worker and Chairman Green Task Force Dr Jamal Nasir ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Abdul Sattar Edhi remembered at RAC  Pakistan Today1 month ago

My journey with Ghalib's divans

When I began my work on Ghalib's rejected verses some three years ago, I had no idea that I would end up pursuing the colourful trail of Ghalib's published and unpublished divans and rediscovering manuscripts that had disappeared. Ghalib's 1821 ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Ken Clarke brands Michael Gove 'wild' and Theresa May 'bloody difficult'

Tory big beast Ken Clarke has branded Michael Gove 'wild' and Theresa May 'bloody difficult' in an extraordinary open mic gaffe. The former chancellor warned that the UK would quickly be at war with 'at least three countries' if the Justice ...
 NewsGrio1 month ago
NewsGrio

Theresa May vows to build new Trident

By James Slack And Gerri Peev For The Daily Mail and Martin Robinson, Uk Chief Reporter For Mailonline Theresa May has surged further ahead in the race for No 10 as her main rival Andrea Leadsom suffered a 'car crash' hustings last night. ...
 NewsGrio1 month ago
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