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Mumbai blasts: Three get life imprisonment; 10-year jail for key accused

2002-03 blasts verdict: Ansari given life term to feel the pai...

Mumbai Mirror Bureau Bomb planter Muzammil Ansari escapes the noose and key accused Saquib Nachan gets 10 years. Life imprisonment is crucial for the convict to realise the mental and physical pain blasts victims suffered, said the last POTA ... Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago

Mumbai blasts: Former NDA lecturer, convicted under Arms Act, likely to walkfree

A FORMER lecturer at the National Defence Academy (NDA) in Pune and an Urdu Ph.D scholar, Anwar Ali Javed Ali Khan (50), who is among the 10 persons convicted by a special Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) court in Mumbai in connection with the ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

2002-03 blasts verdict: Grateful for not being held guilty on terror charge

BySharmeen Hakim Indorewala Sharmeen Hakim Indorewala , Mumbai Mirror | Mar 31, 2016, 02.09 AM IST Saquib Nachan tells court day after being held guilty in the 2002-03 blasts case; he and other convicts argue for lighter sentence in court. ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

Shahzad Roy reveals first look of Jind Jaan

The video will show Shehzad romancing Iman Ali. PHOTO: FILE KARACHI: Following the success of his patriotic anthem Zindabad , Shehzad Roy is now gearing up for the release of his second single for the year, titled Jind Jaan . According to a ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Budget to have package for industrial revival

Home Economy Watch Budget to have package for industrial revival Like Islamabad—Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Revenue Haroon Akhtar Khan has said that budget would be pro-growth which will have a special package for ...
 Pakistan Observer5 days ago

IAOP asks Sindh government to exempt indenters from ST on services

Home » Taxation » May 14, 2016 Chairman, Indenters Association of Pakistan (IAOP), Khurram Sayed has urged Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah that Indenters should be exempted from enrolment in Sindh Board of Revenue (SRB). In its budget ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago

Aqeel in Clay Court Tennis semis

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Top seed Aqeel Khan while continuing his winning streak on Thursday qualified for the semifinals of the Subh-e-Nau National Clay Court Tennis Championship played here at the PTF Complex. Aqeel won his quarterfinal against ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago

Two-day Urdu festival set for Jeddah

JEDDAH: Prominent Pakistani and Indian poets, humorists and academics will grace the two-day Urdu festival being organized in Jeddah at the weekend by the newly constituted Gulf Urdu Council (GUC). The festival will revolve around a grand mushaira ...
 Arab News3 weeks ago

West UP clashes with East in AMU, as students complain of favouritism

A car set on fire by the mob outside the AMU guest house number 2. The two rival groups, popularly known as the West UP group and the East UP group, comprise merely 1% of the total students in AMU, as the rest steer clear of controversies. The ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Bombay HC judge Thipsay's transfer raises eyebrows

Eminent Justice of the Bombay High Court Abhay Thipsay will take oath at the Allahabad High Court tomorrow. But news of his sudden transfer has caused much consternation in the corridors of the Bombay High Court. Justice Thipsay is scheduled to ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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