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Umrah pilgrims exploited by gold smugglers

HYDERABAD: Gold smugglers are now using Umrah pilgrims as carriers to ship the precious yellow metal across the borders easily. Recently, directorate of revenue intelligence (DRI) had received specific information about the new modus operandi ... Times of India, 6 days ago

Travel agents under scanner for role in gold smuggling

HYDERABAD: Realising that the 10 women who landed at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport from Riyadh on Wednesday were used merely as pawns by their tour organizers to smuggle in gold, sleuths of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) are ...
 Times of India6 days ago

On the 15th Day of the Israeli Offensive:

• Dozens of Palestinian Civilians Killed or Wounded as Israeli Forces Attack Apartment Buildings, Mosques, Hospitals and Schools; • White Phosphorous Bombs and Flechette Shells Fired by Israeli Forces in Border Areas; • More Palestinians ...
 Scoop1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Election Tribunal disqualifies N MNA

BAHAWALPUR - The election tribunal disqualified MNA Sultan Mehmood Hinjra of PML-N and ordered a by-poll in NA-176, Muzaffargarh. According to details, the election tribunal of Bahawalpur announced its short verdict in the election petition filed ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago NATIONAL - PML-N MNA Malik Sultan disqualified from NA-176 Bahawalpur  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Rising food prices land masses in hot water

SIALKOT Shopkeepers have significantly increased the prices of fruit and vegetables as compared to the rates in the previous week in Sialkot district. Meanwhile, District Food Controller Faisal Sharif has sealed a local flour mills for supplying ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
New Internationalist

Time to break up Iraq

If you think that politics is a fickle business of lies, corruption and self-interest, then this piece is going to be a big I told you so for you. The problems with Iraq didn't start with President George W Bush's invasion of the country, and they ...
 New Internationalist4 weeks ago

Al-Qaeda Offshoot Declares Caliphate as Iraq Battles Back

The al-Qaeda breakaway group fighting in Iraq and Syria declared an Islamic caliphate in areas under its control, an assertion of authority meant to consolidate its power and erase the border between the two conflict-ravaged countries. The ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago

DRI sleuths seize 12 kg gold, arrest 2

In one of the biggest seizures of yellow metal, the sleuths of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized 12 kg of gold worth Rs 3.3 crore from two persons at Thiruvadanai in this southern district, today. Acting on a tip off, the DRI team ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago

Dar stresses Ummah's unity for national stability

RAWALPINDI - Muslim unity is the need of the hour and people can play an effective role for the progress, prosperity and stability of country through unity and harmony, said Federal Minister for Finance and Economic affairs Ishaq Dar on Sunday. He ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Zamindar's 111th anniversary celebrated

LAHORE: Daily Zamindar's 111th anniversary was celebrated on Monday under the auspices of Literary Society at Cosmopolitan Club of Bagh-e-Jinnah. Shahid Ali Khan, nephew of Maulana Zafar Ali Khan and grandson of Sirajuddin Ahmad Khan was the chief ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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