Dear U.S, this Government is our Problem. Not yours

Gilani must have resigned on moral grounds, true.

But why should an American journalist make him ‘look her in the eye’ and state there is ‘enough’ evidence to suggest that the al-Qaeda leader is in Pakistan?

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L’oreal’s Medusa-esque centenary

Drawing analogies between hair and couture craft this summer season are L’Oréal Professionnel, the Parisian house of hairdressing, and leading stylist and L’Oréal Pakistan’s creative consultant Nabila. To celebrate its 100-year-plus collaboration with hairdressers, L’Oréal Professionnel brings to Pakistan a first-of-its-kind style show, ‘SOMPUTEUX’. The collection tells a wonderful story of the creation of textiles . . . → Read More: L’oreal’s Medusa-esque centenary

Indonesia getting her house in order: Prison swap deals

Indonesia has hinted at prisoner swap deals with Australia and other countries, with Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa reportedly saying the transfer of people “is a good thing.”

Natalegawa told Australian editors during an interview in Jakarta that Indonesia was in talks with Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and France about prisoners.

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Blind cricket team: They deserve praise, not pity

Pakistan’s blind cricket team deserves praise for being world champions. Instead, what they get is pity.

“I used to listen to cricket matches on the radio as a child, and always dreamt of playing the sport though I knew it was not possible,” says cricketer Abdul Razzaq.

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Accused of terrorism, Pakistani soldier stands for a severing ties with US

From his prison cell, a senior Pakistani officer accused of plotting an Islamist takeover of the military high command has issued a call for the army to break its anti-terror alliance with the United States, which he contends is forcing Pakistan to fight its own people.

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Foreign businessmen protest against UAE’s bounced-cheque law

A Belgian man jailed in Dubai for writing cheques which bounced is in a critical condition as a result of a weeks-long hunger strike, according to a member of his family.

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Pakistani squash player to participate in British Open

World number one squash player Nicol David will have a surprising first round opponent when she begins her campaign to win back the British Open title in London on Tuesday.

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Swat resident invents generator that runs on water

While the country witnesses its worst energy crisis, a 37-year-old self-taught mechanical engineer from Swat claims to have a solution.

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Musa Gilani rejects having any hand in drug scam

By Israr Ahmad

Syed Ali Musa Gilani, son of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, faced second time on Monday the interrogators of Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) probing the Ephidrine quota scam.

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