Woman, lover murder sister, sister-in-law for rejecting proposal

KARACHI: A woman, along with her lover, murdered her elder sister and sister-in-law after they refused his marriage proposal in Karachi’s Orangi Town in the wee hours of Monday morning, Samaa reported.

According to police officials, Sumbul and Sadaf, both aged between 30 and 35 years of age, were murdered by Faheema and Anees for rejecting Anees’s proposal, creating obstacles in the marriage of the two.

The bodies were found at their residential apartment in Orangi Town’s Sector 14, near the Shah Faisal Chowk.

 

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Altaf Hussain reverses decision to quit MQM

KARACHI: Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain announced to quit the party leadership once again and shifted the helm of affairs to Dr. Farooq Sattar. However, entreaties of the party workers forced him to withdraw his decision.

It should be mentioned here that Altaf Hussain was addressing the hunger strike camp in progress at Karachi Press Club (KPC). He all of a sudden announced that Farooq Sattar will take over the party henceforth.

Shortly afterwards, he discontinued the telephonic address leaving the crowd in shock. The workers started pleading him to take back his decision.

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Donald Trump asks woman with crying baby to leave rally

ASHBURN, VIRGINIA: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stirred up yet another controversy at a campaign rally in Virginia on Tuesday when called out a mother whose baby was wailing while he spoke.

When he was first interrupted with the baby’s cries, he reassured the mother.

“I love babies,” Trump said. “I hear that baby cry, I like it.”

“What a baby. What a beautiful baby,” he continues to say. “Don’t worry, don’t worry. The mom’s running around, like, don’t worry about it, you know. It’s young and beautiful and healthy and that’s what we want.”

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Waseem Akhtar makes confessions

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader and Karachi Mayor-designate Waseem Akhtar made confessions of unarming police as part of conspiracy on May 12, 2007, the day Karachi witnessed a series of violent clashes between rival political activists on arrival of the then deposed Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Samaa reported.
Samaa obtained remand details of Waseem Akhtar presented before the court. According to details, the MQM leader, who was Sindh Home Minister in 2007, also confessed that he had directed shooting on people gathered to receive Iftikhar Chaudhry outside Karachi airport.

 

Panama to probe massive data leak

Panama to probe massive data leak

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PANAMA CITY: The state prosecutor’s office in Panama said Monday it will launch an investigation into revelations contained in a massive data leak of a law firm that created offshore companies for the world’s rich and powerful.

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“The facts described in national and international communication media publications under the term ‘Panama Papers’ will be the subject of criminal investigation,” the office said in a statement.

The probe will aim to establish what crimes might have taken place and who committed them, as well as identifying possible financial damages, it said.

The law firm involved, Mossack Fonseca, says the leak of 11.5 million documents from its servers was the result of a “limited hack,” suggesting it believed an outside party was responsible.

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