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Pakistan take ODI series 4-1 against Sri Lanka

ABU DHABI: Pakistan completed the five-match series with a 4-1 victory against Sri Lanka to strengthen their fifth position at the ICC rankings.

Chasing 219 runs, they completed the three-wicket win with 16 balls to spare in the
final One-day International when young Umar Akmal hit the winning boundary here at the Sheikh Zayad Stadium on Wednesday.

Umar Akmal remained not out on 61 while captain Misbah-ul-Haq top scored with 66.

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Kamelot – Love You To Death

Kamelot’s latest video from the album “Ghost Opera” and “Ghost Opera-The Second Coming”. Guest Vocals Amanda Somerville Kamelot announces “Pandemonium Over E….

Allah Maaf Kare – Desi Boyz

akshay kumar and john abraham new movie Desi Boyz song Allah Maaf Kara.

Shahid Khan Afridi New Picture in Dubai

Shahid Khan Afridi is star of all the Pakistan. this is his New Look Picture.

Shahid Khan Afridi

Oya Atha Gena Music Video

New Best Song Oya Atha Gena by New Singer artist: Dayan, Video Produced by Pandu films.

Oya atha Gena

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Time to raise voice against repression, injustice: Imran

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LAHORE: A number of former leaders of Pakistan People’s Party and Pakistan Muslim League-N including well known analyst Shafqat Mehmood and former PPP president Lahore Asghar Gujjar have joined Tehreek-e-Insaf, Geo News reported Wednesday.

Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that the time had come to raise voice against repression and injustice.

He said he would soon present details of his assets before the media and also asked other politicians to do the same.

“I want a new system, a new vision and a new Pakistan,” Imran Khan reiterated.

The TI Chief said he would disclose how Nawaz Sharif, PML-N President, transferred his assets outside Pakistan.

To a question, he said what other option he had than to have old politicians in his party. “Should I go to another country to add members into my party,” he asked.

He argued that he would need 1000 candidates for contesting the general elections and that both old and new faces would have to be included in the party. But, he added, that new politicians would be in majority and that no bad name would be given an election ticket.

Imran Khan said scrutiny committee had been formed.

“Now even the US has taken cognizance of the fact that people’s support is with Tehreek-e-Insaf,” he claimed, clarifying that his party had not changed its stance over the US.

He said the PML-N had ‘deceived twice’ and that if any movement was to be launched, it would be done by his party alone. “N-League is part of the status quo, it doesn’t want any change.”

Imran Khan said there had been some sort of give-and-take between PPP and PML-N. “It is us who would bring about a real change,” he asserted.

Calling former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi an honest man, he said it was up to him to decide as to which direction he wanted to go.

Tata Group names successor to chairman Ratan Tata

The Tata Group of companies has announced the replacement for outgoing chairman Ratan Tata.

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cyrus mistry

Cyrus Mistry, a current director of Tata, will spend a year as deputy chairman under Ratan Tata until he takes over the reins in December 2012.

He is the younger son of construction tycoon Pallonji Mistry, who owns 18% of Tata Group.

Mr Mistry’s family is India’s seventh richest with a net worth of $7.6bn (£4.9bn).

Tata, which owns Jaguar Land Rover, is India’s biggest company with a value of about $98bn, and has interests including telecoms, engineering and science.

The 143-year-old group has more than 100 companies in more than 80 countries, employing 425,000 people.

Ratan Tata, 73, was appointed chairman of the group in 1991, and led the takeover of Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus in 2007.

‘Deeply honoured’

Although Tata has been a strongly family-run business, Ratan Tata has no children and there was much speculation about his successor after he announced he would retire by the end of 2012.

Welcoming the appointment, Mr Tata said: “I have been impressed with the quality and calibre of his participation, his astute observations and his humility.”

Mr Mistry, 43, said in a statement he was “deeply honoured” by the appointment.

He said: “I am aware that an enormous responsibility, with a great legacy, has been entrusted to me. I look forward to Mr Tata’s guidance in the year ahead in meeting the expectations of the group.”

Mr Mistry said he would “undertake to legally dissociate myself from the management of my family businesses to avoid any issue of conflict of interest”.

Although he will be the first chairman from outside the family, Mr Mistry does have a connection – his sister is married to Mr Tata’s half-brother.

Sherry Rehman New Ambassador of USA

Govt. of pakistan Moving to fill the vacant post of ambassador of the USA. Pakistan’s government has announced the appointment of a new US Ambassador. After Haqqani resigned, the government of Pakistan appointed Sherry Rehman as the new ambassador to the USA.

The SHRRY Rehman Pakistan’s ambassador to the US, She is one of Pakistan’s most prominent liberal politicians, whose support for a repeal of the country’s blasphemy laws and women’s empowerment has in recent months led her to fear for her life

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Sherry-Rehman

The Truth is Out About PMLN Jalsa in Faisalabad

PML N Jalsa in faisalabad check reality in faisalabad in this video.

 

Asian markets lower on Europe fears

HONG KONG: Asian shares fell in early trade Monday as markets awaited details of plans to fix Europe’s debt crisis and the outcome of key Sino-US trade talks, with tensions between the economic superpowers.

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University of Sunderland

Tokyo edged down 0.09 percent, Sydney lost 0.73 percent, Seoul was down 1.13 percent while Hong Kong was off almost 2.0 percent. Chinese shares fell into negative territory, trading 0.20 percent lower.

Markets also reacted to news Japan logged an unexpected trade deficit in October, while business hub Singapore predicted sharply lower economic growth next year — and warned a weaker global economy could worsen the situation.

“It’s a brand new week but the same old concerns hover over financial markets,” said Tim Waterer, senior foreign exchange dealer at CMC Markets in Sydney.

“Debt debacles on both sides of the Atlantic continue to halt any potential uprising of brighter sentiment from traders.”

The European Commission will publish legislative proposals for common eurozone bonds on Wednesday in the latest bid to contain the debt crisis, which has threatened to plunge the world economy into recession.

New rules would see troubled eurozone states effectively club together to guarantee each other’s debts and police national budgets to keep the region’s fiscal woes in check.

The proposals have been designed to combat nearly two years of regional turmoil after bailouts for Greece, Ireland and Portugal, and with even France now facing mounting pressure going into a presidential election year.

Governments have been deposed by economic turmoil in several nations, with Spain’s conservative Popular Party sweeping to victory Sunday in a general election with rising concerns about the country’s ability to finance its debts. (AFP)

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