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Post by fazal ur rehman on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:21 am

newspaper form daily DAWN Legahri died at the age of 70 in CHM Rawalpindi, where he was treated for cardiac illness for sometime

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KABUL: Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden is living comfortably in a house in north- west Pakistan close to his deputy Ayman Al Zawahiri, CNN on Monday quoted a Nato official as saying.

Post by Rukhsana Anwer on Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:29 am

Bin Laden is being protected by local people and “some members of the Pakistani intelligence services,” the television network said.

It also said that the Al Qaeda number two, the Egyptian-born Zawahiri, was living close to him.“Nobody in Al Qaeda is living in a cave,” the unnamed senior Nato official is quoted as saying.

Bin Laden is likely to have moved around an area ranging from the mountains of Chitral near the Chinese border to the Kurram valley near Afghanistan’s Tora Bora in recent years, CNN reported the official as saying.

“The official also confirmed the US assessment that Mullah Omar, the leader of the Taliban, has moved between the cities of Quetta and Karachi in Pakistan over the last several months,” said the report on CNN’s website.

Report rejected

Pakistani authorities rejected the report. “I categorically deny the report about the presence of Osama bin Laden or Ayman Al Zawahiri or even Mullah Omar in Pakistan,” Interior Minister Rehman Malik told reporters on Monday.

“Bin Laden... and all other terrorists are anti-Islam and anti-Pakistan and hired assassins. If we have any information we will take action against them,” he said.

A foreign ministry official, talking to AFP, dismissed the CNN report as “baseless” that has been “put out to malign Pakistan”.

A Nato spokesman in Kabul said the alliance had no immediate comment.—AFP

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Post by asma mahmood on Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:15 pm

supreme court 18ve tarmem ka khilaf faisla kal sunae ge.

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Post by asma mahmood on Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:17 pm

qazi awan ne baber awan ka check wapis kr dia.

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Post by Ali on Sat Oct 23, 2010 4:05 am



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Post by sehrish naseer on Fri Oct 29, 2010 3:55 pm

1:tax panal asked not to venture into agriculture.
2:bar council elects khalid ranjha as JC member.
3:5 ministers to be developed initialiy.
4:Malik predicts end to target killing.
5:driverless vehical make 13000km italy-china trip

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Post by asma mahmood on Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:11 pm

QUETTA: A gunman Thursday shot dead,Muslims in Q“The four Shias had just closed their shop and left for uetta, police said. four Shia home when an unknand ran away,” killing two people on the spot, senior local police official Hamid Shakeel told AFP.

He said the other two people died of their injuries on the way to hospital.

No one had claimed responsibility for the attack, Shakeel added. A second police official, Shaukat Ali, confirmed the incident.own gunman opened fire on their car

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Post by asma mahmood on Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:13 pm

THE practice of giving development funds to parliamentarians for their respective constituencies often raises allegations of corruption. For this reason, the Public Accounts Committee’s call for a probe into the utilisation of such funds is welcome.A brainchild of the Zia regime, the practice has been perceived as a means of bribe, with accusations that the money is given to MNAs and MPAs to ensure their loyalty. Unfortunately, the lack of transparency in financial dealings has boosted such perceptions.

How the money is spent and how much of it goes towards improving the quality of life is hardly brought to public knowledge. Over the decades, the quota of such development funds for each lawmaker has gone up. Considering that there has been little to show by way of development, there have been valid concerns of a proportionate rise in graft.

The other day, the prime minister announced a grant of Rs20m for each of the PPP’s Punjab MPAs, following complaints that the PML-N government was ignoring them. It must now be ensured that there is transparency in the use of funds.

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Post by asma mahmood on Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:14 pm

THE practice of giving development funds to parliamentarians for their respective constituencies often raises allegations of corruption. For this reason, the Public Accounts Committee’s call for a probe into the utilisation of such funds is welcome.A brainchild of the Zia regime, the practice has been perceived as a means of bribe, with accusations that the money is given to MNAs and MPAs to ensure their loyalty. Unfortunately, the lack of transparency in financial dealings has boosted such perceptions.

How the money is spent and how much of it goes towards improving the quality of life is hardly brought to public knowledge. Over the decades, the quota of such development funds for each lawmaker has gone up. Considering that there has been little to show by way of development, there have been valid concerns of a proportionate rise in graft.

The other day, the prime minister announced a grant of Rs20m for each of the PPP’s Punjab MPAs, following complaints that the PML-N government was ignoring them. It must now be ensured that there is transparency in the use of funds.

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