Posts by The Frontier Post

3-time Grand Slam champion Kerber loses opener in Paris

PARIS (Agencies): Angelique Kerber won’t complete a career Grand Slam this year. Still hampered by a right ankle injury, the three-time Grand Slam winner lost in the first round of the French Open on Sunday as the clay-court major began with an upset. The fifth-seeded German lost 6-4, 6-2 to an 18-year-old Roland Garros beginner,…

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Senate speaker denies links with detained ex-advisor

KABUL (TOLO News): Senate Speaker Fazl Hadi Muslimyar on Sunday denied ties with Haji Delawar, a former advisor to Muslimyar who is facing charges of sheltering terrorists. On Thursday, Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry in a statement said that Delawar, an advisor to Muslimyar, had been arrested on charges of “supporting and sheltering terrorists”. Muslimyar said that…

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Atmar praises Abdullah for positions against Ghani

KABUL (Afghanistan Time): Presidential candidate, Haneef Atmar praised his rival in the September polling, Abdullah Abdullah for asking President Ghani to leave office as his legal term ended on May 22. Earlier, 12 presidential hopefuls asked Ghani to leave office, warning against “other options” if he remained in power after May 22. President Ghani, rejects…

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Flash floods kill 24 nationwide

KABUL (Afghanistan Time): At least 24 people were killed in recent floods due to torrential rainfalls hit some provinces that destroyed roads, houses and public buildings. “Mullah Asghar’s house has been completely destroyed. It is not clear if someone is alive because everyone is under debris,” said Akbar Barati from Herat province. The government has…

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Sind govt plans crackdown on quacks, illegal clinics

F.P. Report KARACHI: Sindh government has decided to conduct a province-wide crackdown on quacks and illegal clinics. According to the details, the Sindh Health Care Commission and Health Department decided to launch a large scale drive against quacks across the province and a comprehensive plan had been chalked out in this regard. The decision was…

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Thousands of Muslims observe Itikaf

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Thousands of Muslim worshipers while leaving their regular affairs of life and sat in Itikaf at mosques across the country after Maghrib prayers tonight. The Muslims observing Itikaf sit in seclusion in mosques and worship till the sighting of Shawwal moon. During this period, they offer special prayers to seek the blessings…

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