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Pakistan's legendary cricketer and former captain Wasim Akram today escaped unhurt when an unidentified person opened fire at him in a road rage incident in the city's busy Karsaz area.

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Richard Barlow says that for exposing this clandestine network, he was made to live like a pauper. When he met the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, U.S. President Donald Trump remarked that the nuclear standoff with Pyongyang could have been dealt with long ago.

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The Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has been planning the biggest infiltration bid on the Line of Control, a report suggested. The report said that at least 18 LeT terrorists are training at launch pads in Shardi opposite Jammu and Kashmir’s Machil Sector and 8 are ready in Lipa opposite Nowgam to attack India.

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With the Singapore summit yielding only a joint statement, US President Donald Trump has bet on what he called a “very special bond” and “terrific relationship” with North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un to secure a real nuclear deal.

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At least three security personnel were killed when militants ambushed their vehicle in Quetta, the capital of southwestern Balochistan province, on Saturday, police and local media reported.

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Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed today led Eidul Fitr prayers at the Qaddafi Stadium here amid high security even though the Pakistan government has outlawed his organisation JuD.

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The conventional wars have now taken over by the intelligence which are fought with dirty tricks and damaging tools to destroy vital abilities of enemies.

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Hafiz Saeed-linked Milli Muslim League has decided to use the platform of a little known party to contest the upcoming general election, a day after Pakistan's poll panel rejected for a second time an application by the MML, an offshoot of the Mumbai attack mastermind's banned Jamat-ud-Dawah, to register it as a political party.

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Pakistan on Thursday rejected India's protest against its move to alter the status of territories occupied by Islamabad in Kashmir, saying New Delhi's claim over the region has no legal basis.

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Pakistan, who has often been called out on various international forums for harbouring terrorists on its soil, has now made a bizarre charge against India and has reportedly issued a threat alert alleging that India’s intelligence agency, Research and . . .

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