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Monday, 28 October 2013

ARY News: Highlights of the Day (28-10-13)

   October 28, 2013 Monday

Rubber exports earned US$102

Yangon: Myanmar has earned more than US$102 million in raw rubber exports, up from US$94 million last year, according to the Ministry of Commerce.

According to export earnings published for the period from April 1 to October 11 this year, more than 40,000 tonnes of raw rubber has been exported. However, the heavy monsoons this year have...Read More

PM Nawaz to leave for a 3-day visit to UK

ISLAMABAD: After returning from a trip to the United States two days ago, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz sharif, will be leaving for the United Kingdom (UK) from Islamabad for a conference at Afghanistan on Monday - ARY News reports.

Three countries namely Pakistan, Afghanistan and UK will participate in the conference.Read More

General Kayani to leave for China today

ISLAMABAD: The Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, will leave for a three day visit to China from Islamabad on Monday - ARY News reports.

According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Chief of Army Staff will meet the military leadership of China during the visit.

They will also...Read More

Shahbaz Sharif- A part of business conference at Germany

Islamabad: An 80-member delegation of Pakistani businessmen and industrialists led by Chief Minister of Punjab, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is visiting Germany to participate in day-long conferences, "Pakistan Day", being held in Berlin on October 30 and in Munich on 31st October.

The government is trying to improvise the nature...Read More - Great Deals, Just 24 Hours

Clocks turn back in UK

London: Time has been set an hour back as winters start in Britain, ARY News reported.

As the winters have started in Britain the government has decided to set the time an hour back.

The time was set an hour back at 2 a.m. British time, after which Britain switched from European time zone to GMT zone. After Britain,...Read More

German paper says Obama aware of spying on Merkel since 2010

Berlin: A German newspaper said on Sunday that U.S. President Barack Obama knew his intelligence service was eavesdropping on Angela Merkel as long ago as 2010, contradicting reports that he had told the German leader he did not know.

Germany received information this week that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) had...Read More

Fake Degree case: SC disqualifies Sumera Malik

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP), while hearing fake degree case on Monday in Islamabad, disqualified Sumera Malik for holding fake educational degree - ARY News reports.

The case was heard by a three member bench comprising of Chief Justice (CJ) of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary, Justice Jawwad S. Khwaja and Justice...Read More

Firms still unpaid for tight gas supply

Islamabad: Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) is not able to provide gas, therefore the companies who invested millions of dollars are now facing financial chew as they are now supplying gas to the distributors but no payments are done yet.

Polish Oil and Gas Company (POGC) is one of the companies that has invested $77 million in...Read More

Rs6.5 bn totaled for Local Bodies polls expense

Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan has already got Rs4.5 billion grant from finance ministry to hold local bodies' elections in the country.

Sources said that the Election Commission has asked Finance Secretary to attend its meeting to be held on October 29.

ECP demanded Rs 6.5 billion, but it is expected...Read More

Pakistan, Turkey to cooperate on military development

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Turkey agreed to cooperate on military development and other issues in Islamabad - ARY News reports on Monday.

During a meeting at the Defense Ministry, the Ambassador of Turkey, Saadiq Babar Gargan, said that bilateral relations between Turkey and Pakistan will be further strengthened.

On the occasion,...Read More

LG Electronics unveils curved smartphone in race against Samsung

South Korea's LG Electronics Inc unveiled a curved smartphone on Monday in a move to catch up bigger rival Samsung Electronics Co.

Curved displays and flexible screens are the new battleground for phone makers as the screens open up possibilities that could eventually transform the high-end smartphone market.
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Arab states experiencing MERS Coronavirus

Lahore: It is made mandatory to people coming from Arab states to immediately consult doctors if they experience symptoms of cough or flu as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)  has become life-menacing.

These views were expressed by Head of the PulmonaryDiseases, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine Departmentof...Read More

ECP not conducting PCB elections

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) clarified on Monday that it is not holding the polls for electing the Chairman, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) - ARY News reports.

Sources at ECP stated that the Court has been informed regarding this.

Syed Sher Afgan, the Director General (DG) of ECP, stated that...Read More

White House announces to shut global leaders snooping

Washington: After the severe condemnation of the global community National Security Agency (NSA) has announced to shutdown the spying of global Leaders phone calls, ARY News reported.

According to American media, NSA has shutdown the Spying program on the orders of White House. After the revelation of U.S. spying program engaged in snooping...Read More

Artist Tausif Ali died

Karachi: Tausif Ali, a young performer of TV and stage, has died of pesticide's affect in Karachi on Sunday.

Despite receiving warning of pesticide's spray in the house, thirty-two year old artist went to bed and slept after returning from a private function on Sunday night, told distressed mother of Tausif Ali.
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Chaudhary Nisar to contact political leadership

ISLAMABAD: To implement the decisions taken in the All-Party Conference on 9th September, Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan, the Interior Minister of Pakistan, will contact the political leadership from Monday - ARY News reports from Islamabad.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has instructed the Interior Minister to contact the leaders...Read More


Indian Campaign With Leading Media Group Exposed

Renowned Host Mubashar Lucman in his program Khara Sach has made some astonishing revelations regarding the corruption and monopoly of Jahangir Sidiqqui group and the leading media group Geo network.

Mubashar Lucman gave details to the background of an article that appeared in a leading Indian newspaper "Hindustan Times".Read More

Joint Secretary for Water and Power summoned by LHC

LAHORE: While hearing the cases of unannounced load shedding and increasing power tariffs in Islamabad, the Lahore High Court (LHC) summoned the Joint Secretary for Water and Power on 1st Novemeber - ARY News reports.

The case was heard by the Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Umar Atta Bandyal.

The Joint Secretary failed...Read More

Pak Army helicopter crash injures two officers

GUJRANWALA: A Cobra helicopter of Pakistan Army crashed in Gujranwala on Monday, injuring two officers - ARY News reports.

According to sources, the incident occurred when Major Furqan and Major Irfan were on a routine trainee flight. The helicopter crashed in the area of Chenab Gate near Gujranwala Cantt due to a technical fault.Read More

Bigg Boss 7- last season for Salman Khan

TV actor Kushal Tandon's bad behaviour towards actress Tanisha Mukherjee on the show made Salman Khan very upset that he announced that this is his last season at Big Boss.

"If you are thinking that you can clean your image, it's a misconception," Salman told Kushal.

On Sunday, Salman talked...Read More

Poisonous gas rumour causes stampede in Karachi factory

KARACHI: On the news of poisonous gas in a factory of Landhi area, more than 30 people including women got injured in a stamped in Karachi on Monday – ARY News reports.

According to a doctor of Jinnah Hospital, there were no symptoms of poisonous gas diagnosed in the women. In a factory of export processing zone of Karachi's...Read More
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I was unenthusiastic first to play Batman: Ben Affleck

Superstar Ben Affleck shared his thoughts that he was initially reluctant to take on the role of Batmanin "Superman vs. Batman".

Affleck, who would take over the role of Bruce Wayne in the sequel to 'Man of Steel', said that he was excited when director Zack Snyder told him about his vision...Read More

Good news relating MQM-PPP to come soon, claims Rehman

KARACHI: Rehman Malik, Senior leader Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), claimed on Monday that a good news regarding the relations between PPP and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is expected soon - ARY News reports.

Speaking to the media outside the Sindh High Court (SHC), he stated that good news will come soon related to relationship between...Read More

At least 50 arrested from Lyari in two days

KARACHI: At least 50 persons have been arrested since the past two days from the area of Lyari in Karachi - ARY News reports.

The area is placed under a curfew due to the deteriorating law and order situation. The affected people have been leaving their homes.

Heavy units of law enforcing agencies have been deployed in...Read More

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