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MQM to pull out of PPP-led Sindh Govt in Pakistan
KARACHI, Oct 20 (Agencies): Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) tonight announced its decision to pull out of the Pakistan Peoples Party-led Sindh government, a day after Bilawal Bhutto Zardari attacked the ally party in his first public rally. "After what has happened in the last few days and the way insults have been hurled at the MQM and urdu speaking people there is no justification for continuing our cooperation with the PPP in the Sindh government," MQM central committee, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui told media. The MQM, which is the single largest party in Pakistan's biggest city and represents the urdu speaking people who migrated from India, accused PPP chief Bilawal of indulging in politics of hatred and ethnicity. Bilawal strongly criticised MQM and its leader Altaf Hussain in his ral...
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UN ignores Pak bid to seek intervention on Kashmir
UNITED NATIONS, Oct 14 (Agencies): Pakistan's latest efforts seeking UN intervention on the Kashmir issue have failed to draw any new response from the world body which reiterated that India and Pakistan need to resolve all differences through dialogue to find a long-term solution to the dispute. Sartaj Aziz, adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on national security and foreign affairs, had written to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the recent border tension with India and sought the UN's intervention, stepping up its attempts to internationalise the Kashmir issue. In the letter to Ban, Aziz said Pakistan believes the UN has an important role to play in promoting the objective of peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue, including through his "good offices". Ban's deputy...
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UK terror suspect was planning Mumbai-style attack
LONDON, Oct 14 (Agencies): A 26-year-old terror suspect currently under trial may have been planning an attack in the UK similar to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, a British court was informed today. Erol Incedal, a British citizen of Turkish origin, was considering different attacks, including indiscriminate killings, prosecutor Richard Whittam told the Old Bailey court. The suspect also had an address of former Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie in his car, he said. Incedal, who denies preparing for acts of terrorism, is being tried partly in secret. Jurors for the trial were told yesterday that parts of the proceedings would never become public. The jury heard Incedal had no settled plan of attack but the prosecution suggests the possession of Blair's address was signif...
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