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U.S. says late Taliban leader was planning attacks
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Man believed to be Mullah Mansour had returned from Iran: Paki...

afp Quetta The man killed by a US drone attack in Pakistan and believed to be Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour had just returned from Iran when his vehicle was struck, security officials told AFP on Sunday. The driver -- who also died ... Qatar Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Man targeted by drone returning from Iran The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago

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New Taliban leader gets ultimatum

The new Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada posing for a photograph at an undisclosed location. Picture: AFP AFGHANISTANS government has offered the new Taliban leader a choice: make peace or face the same fate as his predecessor, killed in a US drone ...
 Fresh Ghana.com1 month ago Why A New Taliban Leader Means Peace Is Imminent In Afghanistan  Before It's News1 month ago Taliban names new leader after U.S. airstrike  PBS2 months ago Senior Taliban figure says death of leader could unify group  Houston Chronicle2 months ago
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Drone attack detrimental for ties with US, says Pakistan army chief

This photograph shows Pakistani local residents gathering around a destroyed vehicle hit by a drone strike in which Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour was believed to be travelling in the remote town of Ahmad Wal in Balochistan, around 160km ...
 Kashmir Observer2 months ago Afghan Taliban leader Mansour killed in US drone strike in Pak  Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago
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Pak players upset about PCB Chairman's education remarks

IMAGE: Pakistan batsman Muhammad Hafeez. Photograph: BCCI. Senior Pakistani cricketers have taken great umbrage at the remarks made by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan that the absence of educated players in the national team has led to recent poor performances. Senior batsman Muhammad Hafeez said cricket itself is a complete education. "I am proud to be a Test cricketer and for me this is my degree," Hafeez said on the social media a clear reference to Khan's remarks. Making it obvious that he ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Reason for Pak's poor performance: 'Absence of educated players in team'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Shahbaz Taseer credits faith, family, Man Utd for kidnap survival

Shahbaz Taseer poses for a photograph during a family function in Lahore in this August 8, 2009 file photo. Reuters/M. Abid/Files ISLAMABAD The son of an assassinated Pakistani governor who was released more than four years after his ...
 Reuters India2 months ago Pakistani man credits faith, family, Manchester United for kidnap survival  Reuters UK2 months ago

Behind the lens of Barat Ali Batoor

Image: An intimate photo from the Dancing Boys of Afghanistan series. (Supplied/ Barat Ali Batoor) Internationally acclaimed photographer Barat Ali Batoor shares the stories behind two of his most famous series: 'The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan ...
 ABC Online1 month ago
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PCB announces $ 2.6 million profit from PSL

IMAGE: PSL players celebrate. Photograph: Facebook. The Pakistan Cricket Board announced an overall profit of 260 million rupees ($ 2.6 million) from the first edition of its Pakistan Super League held in February in the UAE. The total profit of the board dwindled since the PCB has promised to distribute around 200 million rupees among the five franchises to cover their losses from inaugural edition of the T20 tournament. But PSL chairman Najam Sethi said on Tuesday that the PCB was ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

My two hours with the greatest man in Pakistan

I don't think any of us knew that Edhi has worked for humane causes in no less than 73 countrĀ­ies I don't think any of us knew that Edhi has worked for humane causes in no less than 73 countries. PHOTO: HASSAAN KHAN/EXPRESS The problem ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
Times of India

Posters asking for military coup crop up overnight across 13 Pakistani cities

ISLAMABAD: A vigorous poster campaign across Pakistani cities urging army chief General Raheel Sharif to impose martial law and form a government of technocrats has been launched, bearing large photographs of the mustachioed general. The banners ...
 Times of India1 week ago Banners urge Pakistan Army to impose martial law  IANS Live2 weeks ago

University of Leicester honours distinguished individuals in celebratory year for city; Eleven honorary degrees to be awarded at graduation ceremonies between 12-15 July

In a year that has seen the city of Leicester make headlines for its unprecedented sporting achievements, the University of Leicester will be celebrating the achievements of others linked with the city and the surrounding area who have excelled in ...
 Equities.com2 weeks ago
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