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Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army <strong>School</strong> in Peshawar

Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School in Peshawar

19 Dec 2014

Karachi: Left dismayed by the terror strike in Peshawar which left 132 children dead, Pakistan's cricket team is planning to visit the attacked Army school and pay its tributes.

Terror strike,   Peshawar,   Pakistan cricket team,   Army school,   Shahid Afridi,   Javed Afridi,   ODI series,   New Zealand,  
PCB under fire in the wake of Peshawar terrorist attack

PCB under fire in the wake of Peshawar terrorist attack

19 Dec 2014

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities have come under fire for not postponing the fourth One-day International against New Zealand by a day in the wake of the terrorist attack in a Peshawar Army Public School in which around 132 schoolchildren were killed.

Pakistan Cricket Board,   PCB,   Pakistan vs New Zealand,   terrorist attack in Peshawar Army Public School,  
<strong>New</strong> drug may block sun-related skin ageing

New drug may block sun-related skin ageing

21 Dec 2014

Toronto: Scientists are developing a drug that could ultimately prevent the gradual ageing of the skin, which is mostly caused by sun exposure.

Sun Exposure,   Skin Ageing,  Ultraviolet Light,   UV,   Journal Aging Cell,  
Peshawar <strong>school</strong> massacre mastermind warns of more attacks

Peshawar school massacre mastermind warns of more attacks

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: The terrorist who supervised the Peshawar school massacre has threatened more attacks, if the military and the intelligence agencies do not stop anti-terror operations, media reported on Saturday.

Peshawar school massacre,   Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP),   Darra Adamkhel,   Umar Mansoor,   Taliban,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
India to have <strong>New</strong> York's Grand Central like top rail stations

India to have New York's Grand Central like top rail stations

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India by 2017 will have five or six top-class railway stations on the pattern of monumental Grand Central Terminal, New York, or famed Gare d'Austerlitz terminus in Paris, a top Railway Board official has said.

Indian railway stations,   Grand Central Terminal in New York,   famed Gare d'Austerlitz terminus in Paris,   Railway Board official,  
Government asks bars to promote 'responsible drinking' this <strong>New</strong> Year

Government asks bars to promote 'responsible drinking' this New Year

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi:  Ahead of New Year celebrations, the Delhi government has asked city's restaurants and bars to promote "responsible drinking" by serving liquor to "a limit" keeping customer safety in mind and even arrange cabs for those who are not in a position to drive.

Responsible Drinking,   New Year Celebrations,   Delhi Government,   Customer Safety,   Restro-Bars,  
India's <strong>new</strong> vintage nearly ready, says MS Dhoni

India's new vintage nearly ready, says MS Dhoni

21 Dec 2014

Sydney: It will come as little comfort to India after going 2-0 down in the four-match Test series against Australia but the young touring party have already put on a much better showing than the much vaunted 2011-2012 vintage.

Indian cricket team,   Test series in Australia,   India Test squad,   MS Dhoni,   Sachin Tendulkar,   Rahul Dravid,   VVS Laxman,  
Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Saturday said the terrorists have crossed all limits and don't deserve any leniency, days after a deadly Taliban terror attack in Peshawar killed 148 people, mostly children.

Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain,   Terrorists,   Taliban terror attack,   Peshawar school attack,  
Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Saturday said the terrorists have crossed all limits and don't deserve any leniency, days after a deadly Taliban terror attack in Peshawar killed 148 people, mostly children.

Terrorist,   don't deserve concession,   Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain,   Taliban,   Peshawar school attack,  
Avoid politics in children's welfare: Naveen Patnaik

Avoid politics in children's welfare: Naveen Patnaik

20 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Expressing solidarity with the families of those killed in Pakistan's school attack, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday said issues related to children's welfare have to be taken up on a priority, ignoring political differences.

Avoid politics in children's welfare ,  Naveen Patnaik,   ignore political differences,   Peshawar school attack,   sensitisation programme,   Tehreek-i-Taliban,   ,  

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