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By Faraz Khan
Prominent religious leader and scholar Maulana Aslam Sheikhupuri and his driver were gunned down when assailants on two motorcycles opened fire on the cleric’s car on Sunday afternoon in what was termed a sectarian killing.
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By Pennie R Quinton
The conviction of nine men in the north west of England for “grooming” vulnerable girls as young as 13 years old for sex was almost hijacked by the grotesque opportunism of the British National Party – which sought to make political capital from the case, based upon the common ethnicity . . . → Read More: What about the East London girls groomed by a sex ring?
Malaysia beat three-time champions Pakistan in the final to clinch their first junior Asia Cup title in 20 years in Malacca, Malaysia.
Faisal Saari and Mohd Sayyim Yusof scored for Malaysia while the Greenshirts pulled one back through Mohammad Irfan.
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Unfavourable circumstances had always made it difficult for the open-air school for underprivileged children in Sector F-6 to be run uninterrupted. But that was when the residents of the federal capital had not intervened.
At an exhibition in Gallery6 on Sunday they bought almost 1, 00 T-shirts that the children from the slums had painted . . . → Read More: Slum children paint T-shirts to raise funds for school
A Punjab University Islami Jamait Tulaba office-bearer and law student was shot dead and another student injured outside Hostel No 16 of the varsity’s New Campus on Sunday.
Police said the suspects who shot Awais Aqeel, who was central area nazim of IJT, were former students of the varsity and ex-members of the IJT. Apparently, . . . → Read More: PU student activist killed on campus