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    War in Afghanistan imposed by Pak and its Taliban agents: Afghan Minister

    Afghanistan's acting Minister of Information and Culture, Mohammad Qasim Wafayezada, has said that Pakistan still imagines a stateless Afghanistan and that the neighbouring country should not beat the drum for destruction. As per media reports, Wafayezada was reacting to a recent tweet by Pakistan Foreign Affairs Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who called for a...

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    Fourth Covid wave spiralling out of control in Pakistan

    The fourth wave of Covid-19 pandemic has shown no signs of slowing down in Pakistan, as the country's active caseload shot past the 60,000-mark on Friday morning. The National Command and Operation Centre's (NCOC) data showed that Pakistan lost another 86 people to the virus in the last 24 hours, pushing the nation's Covid death toll to 23,295, News Pakistan...

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    Vintage Telugu film slides now in National Film Archive of India treasure trove

    Adding more attractions to its existing treasure trove, the National Film Archive of India, in a major acquisition, has included more than 450 glass slides of films to its collection. The importance of the slides lies in the fact that these are an integral part of the early cinema viewing experience. The process of making these slides was interesting as they were...

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    Britain's serial cat killer gets 5-year jail term

    A British security guard has been jailed for more than five years for stabbing 16 cats in a series of night-time attacks, according to BBC News. Steven Bouquet killed nine pet cats around the seaside resort town of Brighton between October 2018 and June 2019 while another seven were injured. Judge Jeremy Gold said Bouquet's killing spree was "cruel, it was sustained and it struck at...

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    Attack on oil tanker signals escalating "tanker war" between Iran and Israel

    The Iran-Israel rivalry in the western Indian Ocean appears to be escalating following an attack on an Israel-managed commercial ship not far from Duqm island in Oman. Two crew members of the ship managed by Zodiac Maritime, the U.K.-based company owned by Israel's Ofer family were killed, Associated Press is reporting. The Israeli-operated MERCER STREET was...

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    Income Tax Dept. unearths Rs 400 crore black money, 7 kg gold from Pan Masala business group

    The Income Tax Department has unearthed black money transactions to the tune of a whopping Rs 400 crore and seized 7 kg of gold from a Delhi and Kanpur based business group that manufactures Pan Masala and operates in real estate sector as well, according to information provided by the finance ministry. A total of 31 premises of the group were...

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    India, Russia bolster ties with Navy drills in Baltic Sea

    The Indian Navy and the Russian Navy carried out the 12th edition of their biennial maritime exercise INDRA NAVYin the Baltic Sea from 28 to 29 July, according to information provided by the Defence Ministry on Friday. This exercise was undertaken as part of the visit of INS Tabar to St Petersburg, Russia to participate in the 325th Navy Day celebrations of the Russian Navy. Initiated...

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    In message to India, Taliban brutally murdered photojournalist Danish Siddiqui

    Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui did not die in the crossfire between Afghan forces and the Taliban, as is being pedalled in the media. On the contrary, Siddiqui was brutally murdered, and his body abused on orders of Pakistan's notorious Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) after he was injured, India Narrative has authoritatively learnt. In an...

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    Smashing show by Sindhu lights up India's day at Tokyo Olympic Games

    On a day boxer Lovlina Borgohain assured India its second medal at the ongoing Tokyo Olympic Games, shuttler P V Sindhu and the Indian women's hockey team also put up a stellar show to keep alive hopes of the country moving further up in the medal's tally. In the final event of the day for the Indians, the men's hockey team, having already entered the knockout...

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    Mumbai starts Covid vaccination for bed-ridden patients

    In view of the fact that the aged and bed-ridden will not be able to visit the Covid vaccination centre for the jab, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has started home vaccination from today. This on a trial basis to check out how it works out. The BMC also announced that this initiative will be started first in the K-east administrative ward of the body. This covers areas...

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