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Posted on: September 1, 2014

OSAKA, Japan, Sept. 1, 2014 / Kyodo JBN-AsiaNet / Asianet-Pakistan – Images from the opening match, AC Milan v. SS Lazio are available for free from the URL below. (Editorial use only) http://www.image.net/toyotires_acmilan_20140831 Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd. (Akira Nobuki, president) announced on September 1 the start of a series of branding initiatives through [&hellip

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Through Gaza tunnels to China — Canton Fair attracts buyer…

GUANGZHO, China, Sept. 1, 2014 / PRNewswire / Asianet-Pakistan — China has long maintained that the dispute between Palestine and Israel should be resolved through negotiations and communication, not violence. In that spirit, Canton Fair,

Parliament must continue efforts to protect will of peopl…

Lahore: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has said that the army was being asked to adjudicate upon matters that should have been resolved by politicians made for an exceeding gloomy day for the

Malpractice in medico-legal system: SHC issues show-cause…

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) issued show-cause notice to focal person of health department over his failure to submit compliance report on its earlier order that asked provincial health secretary to convene a meeting

Three bodies found from Malir River

Karachi: Three dead bodies were found from the Malir River here on Saturday. Rescue sources said they were informed about the presence of the dead bodies in Malir River and they recovered the bodies of


News from Karachi

216 profiteers fined Rs0.28m

KARACHI: In a crackdown on profiteers, 216 shopkeepers were charged with Rs 287600 fine for selling commodities above government rates, while two others were jailed.
Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has said that the campaign …

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Call to make REAP a model to resolve issues fac…

Burney requests Kuwait to open visa for Pakista…

Call to share data with dengue program

Illegal parking on New M A Jinnah Road prevails

News from Islamabad

Twenty-six parties submit asset returns to ECP

Islamabad: Twenty-six political parties have filed their asset returns with the Election Commission within due date. The last date for filing of the returns was August 29, 2014. The political parties who filed their returns …

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UNHCR (Efforts underway for repatriation of Afg…

March towards PM House: PAT, PTI marchers tear-…

FBR collects more than set target in August

Politics: PAT Chief strongly criticizes governm…


News from Lahore

Govt urged to make effective legislation for women rights

LAHORE: Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan, Sirajul Haq, has called upon the government to make effective legislation for the protection of women rights and ensure enforcement of the rights granted to the women by Islam.
Talking to …

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Parliament must continue efforts to protect wil…

Tarbela Dam attains maximum storage capacity

Tarbela Dam fills to maximum level

LCCI appeals to Chairman FBR to extend Sales Ta…

News from Peshawar

LANDIKOTAL: Students held protest in favour of their genu…

Peshawar: Students of Landikotal Degree College hold protest demonstration in favour of their genuine demands. Hundreds of Landikotal Degree College held out a protest demonstration from college to High School Landikotal.
The protesting students were carrying …

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Khattak grieves on Nowshera traffic accident

CM for not dissolving Assembly

PDWP approves 31 projects worth Rs. 16.929 Bill…

Pakistan as a responsible state desires to prot…


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