Rizwan Shehzad | On August 17, 1988, ex-president General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq died in a plane crash. General-turned-president Zia (literal meaning light), the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Akhtar Abdur Rehman, Pakistan’s senior army officers, Arnold Raphel, the United States Ambassador to Pakistan and Brig. Gen Herbert Wassom, US military attaché were among the […]

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ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has so far recovered Rs 326 billion from the corrupt elements and deposited into the national exchequer which is a record achievement as comparing to other anti corruption organisations. According to NAB sources, the main aim of establishing the anti graft watchdog was to eliminate the menace of corruption, recovered […]

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Trackman Live 🕵️‍♀️ It was honours-even in Newbury’s third… Pace-setting Frontispiece and fast finishing Emenem dead-heated in the staying handicap. Most Billy Bunters thought little Levi Williams had got Emenem up on the wire and the jockey agreed, saying: “I just about thought I’d got it….but there you are, that’s racing! “I get on well with the […]

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By Molly Moses · August 16, 2019, 5:10 PM EDT Australia’s highest court has denied mining company Glencore’s request to keep the Australian Taxation Office from using leaked documents describing the company’s corporate restructuring. The documents, which Glencore said were stolen… … read more at: https://www.law360.com/tax-authority/articles/1188979/glencore-can-t-keep-leaked-docs-from-australian-tax-office

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Trackman Live 🕵️‍♀️ It was honours-even in Newbury’s third… Pace-setting Frontispiece and fast finishing Emenem dead-heated in the staying handicap. Most Billy Bunters thought little Levi Williams had got Emenem up on the wire and the jockey agreed, saying: “I just about thought I’d got it….but there you are, that’s racing! “I get on well with the […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Jeremy Corbyn’s plan for stopping a no-deal Brexit dominates many of the front pages. The Guardian says the Labour leader’s letter “throws down the gauntlet” to opposition leaders and Tory rebels, urging them to come together to push Boris Johnson out. The paper says it’s clear from Mr Corbyn’s proposal that […]

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The first people charged with crimes in the United States arising from the Panama Papers investigation will face trial in January 2020, according to new court filings. The trial, in New York’s Southern District, will begin almost four years after the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and more than 100 media outlets began publishing the […]

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After establishing his new radio station on the gunnery platform and formally giving it to his wife for her birthday, Roy was out for drinks at a bar with her and some friends. “Now you have your very own island,” Roy said to his wife. As was often the case with Roy, no one could […]

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