Thursday, 26 April 2018


Pope praises British Muslim leaders

Pope Francis

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis met briefly Wednesday with a delegation of four British Muslim clerics and praised their contribution to dialogue between different faiths and cultures. “I like to think that the most important job we have to do between us, as humanity, is done with our ears, by listening,” ...

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Domestic abuser must tell police if he gets a new girlfriend

Crying woman with abusive partner behind her

LONDON: A man who violently abused two former partners is believed to be the first person in England and Wales who must tell police if he gets a new girlfriend. Under the seven-year criminal behaviour order, Kylle Godfrey must inform police if he is in a relationship for more than ...

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Westminster attack – Royals attend ‘service of hope’


LONDON: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have joined survivors and families of the Westminster terror attack at a multi-faith service at Westminster Abbey. Around 1,800 people joined the Service of Hope in central London, two weeks after Khalid Masood killed four people and injured 40 others ...

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British-Pakistani gets £1million for creating smartphone app


LONDON: British-Pakistani youngster Yasir Khattak has scored an investment of £1million for a project he built in school. Yasir, 21, made a switch and socket in his school days which can be turned on and off through a smartphone app. The smart application can also calculate the amount of electricity ...

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Pakistan wants peace with India: Gen Bajwa


LONDON: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that Pakistan was a peace-loving country and wants to resolve all outstanding issues including the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir with India peacefully. He said this while addressing a UK think-tank, the International Institute for Strategic Studies, ...

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British leadership lauds Pakistan role for Afghan peace


COAS had separate meetings with UK Chief of Defence Staff, Special Representative on Afghanistan and Pakistan. LONDON: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who is on official visit to the United Kingdom, visited the British Ministry of Defence London. The Army Chief had separate meetings with UK Chief ...

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Couple jailed for sexual abuse of woman kept as prisoner


LONDON: A married couple in Co Armagh who sexually abused a woman held prisoner in their home for six years have been sentenced to a total of 18 years in prison. Keith Baker was sentenced to 15 years in prison while his wife Caroline was given a three year sentence, ...

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Melania Trump’s new portrait divides public opinion


WASHINGTON: The White House released the official portrait of First Lady Melania Trump, with the photograph of the former model dividing public opinion. Trump is shown from the waist up, standing with arms crossed, dressed in a black jacket with a black bow around her neck. She´s wearing a very ...

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Trudeau ‘proud’ as Malala to formally receive Canadian citizenship on 12th

Justin et Brian Gallant, le chef du Parti libéral du nouveau-Brunswick, font un arrêt dans un Tim Hortons à Moncton 23 août 2014.

OTTAWA: On April 12, Malala Yousafzai will officially receive the honorary Canadian citizenship that was given to her in 2014. She will be addressing the Canadian Parliament as well, announced Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Canadian Government’s website has confirmed the announcement. “I am pleased to announce Malala Yousafzai’s upcoming visit to ...

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British Pakistani Girl Makes History By Passing Her O-Levels Paper

Laiba Hussain uk

MANCHESTER: Laiba Hussain from Oldham, UK has managed to pass the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams at the age of just 10. The British-Pakistani girl has done successfully what students usually struggle to do at the age of sixteen in Britain. She gives all the credit for her ...

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