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Saturday, July 31, 2010

PESHAWAR/LAHORE - Flash floods and landslides triggered by torrential monsoon rains have killed 467 people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. At least 408 people died, 342 more injured, while hundreds of others are still missing as non-stop horrible monsoon rains, flash ...

 

KARACHI - The Sindh government on Friday cancelled holidays of the employees of various departments and declared a high alert to save people from flooding as about 800,000 to 900,000 cusecs of flood ...

ISLAMABAD (APP) - US Ambassador to Pakistan Anne W Patterson on Friday announced that as an initial response to the floods in Pakistan, the US government is immediately making seven helicopters ...

WASHINGTON (APP) - Voicing their deep concern over the ongoing human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir, a number of US Congressmen have urged resolution to the decades-old conflict as it would end the sufferings of Kashmiri people and increase economic opportunities for South Asia. Speaking ...

UNITED NATIONS (APP) - The United Nations is sending relief supplies to help victims in Pakistan of heavy floods, which are the worst that some parts of the country have seen in more than eight decades, the humanitarian arm of the world body said Friday. Heavy rains in recent days have triggered ...

NEW YORK (APP) - Pakistans UN Ambassador Abdu-llah Hussain Haroon has denounced the leaked US military reports, saying Afghan agents who were hostile to Pakistan mostly fed their authors wrong information. In an interview telecast on CBS World Watch programme on Thursday, he said those reports ...

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