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Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves <strong>Pakistan</strong>; Opposition claims deal with Sharif government

Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves Pakistan; Opposition claims deal with Sharif government

30 Oct 2014

Lahore: After abruptly ending his over two-month long anti-government protest in the Pakistani capital, fiery cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri has left the country, leading to speculation that he has struck a deal with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Anti-government protest,   Pakistani capital,   Pakistan cleric,   Tahir-ul-Qadri,   Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,  
CTL will <strong>help</strong> tennis at grassroots level: Vijay Amritraj

CTL will help tennis at grassroots level: Vijay Amritraj

30 Oct 2014

Chandigarh: Indian tennis legend Vijay Amritraj says promoting the game at the grassroots level is one of the main aims of the Champions Tennis League (CTL).

Indian tennis players,   Vijay Amritraj,   Champions Tennis League,   CTL ,  
Century-man Younis helps <strong>Pakistan</strong> punish Australia

Century-man Younis helps Pakistan punish Australia

30 Oct 2014

Abu Dhabi: Younis Khan became the first batsman in 90 years to hit three hundreds in consecutive innings against Australia as Pakistan took early advantage of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Younis Khan,   Australia vs Pakistan,   Test in Abu Dhabi,  
Farah Khan <strong>gets</strong> 'warmth, love' <strong>from</strong> Mamata Banerjee

Farah Khan gets 'warmth, love' from Mamata Banerjee

30 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Filmmaker Farah Khan was delighted to meet Mamata Banerjee here, and said the West Bengal Chief Minister met her with warmth and love.

Farah Khan,   Mamata Banerjee,   Happy New Year,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Deepika Padukone,   Kolkata,   ,  
Recent policy changes, RBI steps to <strong>help</strong> rating profile: Moody's

Recent policy changes, RBI steps to help rating profile: Moody's

30 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Rating agency Moody's on Thursday said the recent reform measures by the government coupled with those unveiled by the Reserve Bank on the economic, fiscal and financial fronts, are credit positive as they will accelerate growth if successfully implemented.

Rating agency,   Moody's,   Economic reforms,   Modi government,   Reserve Bank,   Credit positive,   India growth,  
Social media can <strong>help</strong> stop spread of HIV

Social media can help stop spread of HIV

30 Oct 2014

Los Angeles: Tweets and Facebook posts could be a new tool to help curb the spread of HIV, scientists have found. Although public health researchers have focused early applications of social media on reliably monitoring the spread of diseases such as the flu, Sean Young of the Center for Digital Behavior at the University of California, Los Angeles, said in the future, social media might predict and even change biomedical outcomes.

Social media,   HIV,   AIDS,   HIV positive,   HIV transmission,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> lose opener Ahmed Shehzad in second Test

Pakistan lose opener Ahmed Shehzad in second Test

30 Oct 2014

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan lost opener Ahmed Shehzad before reaching 82-1 at lunch on the opening day of the second and final Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.

Pakistan,   Australia,   Ahmed Shehzad,   Abu Dhabhi Test,   Mohammed Hafeez,   Glen Maxwell,  
Shahi Imam stirs controversy; invites Sharif, not Modi at son's anointment ceremony

Shahi Imam stirs controversy; invites Sharif, not Modi at son's anointment ceremony

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Shahi Imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Thursday triggered a controversy by inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as well as political leaders in India but not Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the anointment ceremony of his son on November 22.

New Delhi,   Shahi Imam,   Delhi,   Jama Masjid,   Syed Ahmed Bukhari,   controversy,   Pakistan Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,   political leaders,   India,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
Probe ordered into pics bragging about 'king size' life of DIG

Probe ordered into pics bragging about 'king size' life of DIG

30 Oct 2014

Jammu: Police authorities on Thursday ordered a probe into picture posts of the Jammu-Kathua range DIG by his son bragging about "king size" life and privileges given by the government to his father.

Jammu,   businessman son,   Jammu and Kashmir,   DIG,   social networking site,   perks,   privileges,   government,   Jammu-Kathua DIG,   DIG king size life,   Shakeel Ahmed Beig,  
4 more polio cases found in <strong>Pakistan</strong>; tally jumps to 231

4 more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

30 Oct 2014

Islamabad: At least four new polio cases have been reported in Pakistan, taking the number of those affected this year to 231 with the county's fight against the crippling disease showing no signs of improvement.

Pakistan,   Polio Cases,   National Institute of Health,   Taliban,   WHO,  

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