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Daniel Pearl's killer appeals against death sentence
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Daniel Pearl's killer appeals against death sentence

The man convicted of kidnapping and murdering American journalist Daniel Pearl in Karachi, Omar Sheikh, has filed an appeal against his death sentence in Sindh High Court, reports Geo News. The Sindh High Court in Pakistan has issued a notice to the prosecutor general for March 3. The court has also given orders to allow Omar Sheikh to meet his lawyers.Daniel Pearl was the South Asian bureau chief at the Wall Street Journal. He was kidnapped in Karachi in 2002 and his decomposed body found ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Ton before lunch: Warner emulates Bradman and other greats

IMAGE: David Warner celebrates on completing his ton against Pakistan in Sydney on Tuesday. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Australia’s David Warner cracked a quick-fire century – his fastest at the Sydney Cricket Ground – against Pakistan, on Day 1 of the 3rd Test on Monday. Photos: Ten fastest Test tons Warner hits fastest ton at SCG In so doing, the opener became the first Australian since Donald Bradman to smash a ton before lunch on the first day. Here is a list ...
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Karachi: 12 killed in fire at four-star hotel, 110 injured

At least 12 people, including four women, suffocated to death and over 110 others were injured on Monday when a pre-dawn fire ripped through a four-star hotel in Karachi, the fourth blaze to hit Pakistan's largest city in the last two weeks. IMAGE: A woman mourns the death of a colleague outside a morgue in Karachi. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters The blaze broke out in the kitchen located at the ground floor of the Regent Plaza hotel at the city's Shahrah-i- Faisal area and spread across ...
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PHOTOS: The colourful Navy Day celebrations

IMAGE: Navy personnel perform during the Navy Day celebrations at Gateway of India in Mumbai on Sunday. Photographs: Shashank Parade/PTI Photo The Indian Navy celebrated Navy Day on Sunday with colourful performances by the personnel. Navy Day is observed on December 4 every year to celebrate the magnificence, achievements and role of the naval force to the country. During the India-Pakistan war of 1971, the Indian Navy had launched Operation Trident on this day and played a significant ...
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What to expect from Pakistan's new army chief

IMAGE: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with Pakistan's next army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Islamabad. Photograph: PID/Reuters Will Pakistan's new army chief cool down tensions with India? General Bajwa, who commanded the 10 Corps that looks after Pakistan's border with India, is unlikely to change his army's and nation's policy on Kashmir,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. The appointment of the new army chief in Pakistan invariably becomes an edifying spectacle for Indian ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago New Pak army chief fills key posts with his men. ISI head replaced  catchnews.com2 months ago A permanent state of war with Pakistan is to be expected  Rediff.com2 months ago
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How the Indian Navy destroyed the Ghazi

The sinking of the Pakistan submarine Ghazi just before the 1971 War has remained an enigma for 45 years.As The Ghazi Attack releases nationwide on February 17, Rediff.com's Vipin Vijayan dives deep into the naval mystery.   IMAGE: The USS Diablo (AGSS-479) that went to be rechristened as the PNS Ghazi. Photograph: Lieutenant Commander Tomme J Lambertson (retd)/US Navy The S-130 submarine was the crown jewel of the Pakistan navy. Having spent nearly two decades scanning the depths for the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago The explosion at sea: How The Ghazi Attack got made  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Inside the ISI

Hein Kiessling has the kind of access in Pakistan that journalists (and spies) would die for, says Kanika Datta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com If you didn't know Hein Kiessling had written a book about Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency, you would have mistaken him for a benevolent university professor of, perhaps, classical languages. He says, however, that he has no head for foreign languages. He learnt a little Bahasa, he offers, having done his PhD thesis on the ...
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Salute these unsung heroes of cricket

India won the World Cup yet again on Sunday.'It upsets me to see blind cricket going unnoticed by the government while it rewards even the smallest achievement in normal cricket,' the Sachin Tendulkar of blind cricket tells Geetanjali Krishna. IMAGE: The Indian cricket team celebrates after it beat South Africa in the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket Tournament for the Blind. Photograph: PTI With the announcement of the Padma awards last month, everyone is suddenly talking about the 'unsung heroes', ...
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Afghan diplomat shot dead by Pak guard at consulate

An Afghan diplomat was on Monday shot dead by a security guard following an altercation between the two inside the Afghan Consulate in this Pakistani port city. Private security guard Hayatullah Khan opened fire on the third secretary, Zaki Abdu, in the lobby of the Consulate in the high-security Clifton area after a personal disagreement between the two, according to the Deputy Inspector General South Azad Khan. "There is no terrorism element in this sad incident," DIG Khan said. "This is not ...
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Hafiz Saeed remains defiant; protests in Pakistan

India's most wanted terrorist, Hafiz Mohammad Saeed warns Prime Minister Narendra Modi, says the latter is seriously mistaken if he thinks he would get respite in Kashmir after his arrest. Image: Student supporters of Islamic charity organization Jamaat-ud-Dawh, carry signs and chant slogans to condemn the house arrest of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed during a protest demonstration in Karachi, Pakistan. Photograph: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed's detention may help ease ...
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