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Dubai: The speculative Analemma Tower is being proposed in Dubai by the Clouds Architecture. Dubai is selected as the site of a futuristic, asteroid-suspended skyscraper which orbits around the world at an altitude of 50, 000 km from the earth. According to the news published in Khaleej Times, on the website of a New York based …
03.29 / 02:45
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Washington: According to a senior US defence official, the top Al Qaeda leadership has started nurturing terror units in South Asia, including India, to give a local face to their outfit. “We believe that Al-Qaeda’s senior most leadership realises that their presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan has been under pressure for quite some time. So,…
03.28 / 12:21
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Berlin / Kabul: The pro-freedom Baloch political party ‘Free Balochistan Movement’ held protests and awareness campaigns in Balochistan and abroad to mark the ‘Balochistan Occupation Day’ yesterday. The Free Balochistan Movement (FBM) meetings, protests and awareness campaign included a seminar in Afghanistan, a demonstration in Germany and distribution of pamphlets and wall chalking in several…
03.28 / 12:21
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London: World’s first nanocar race is being organised by the scientists next month in France, where tiny molecular machines will compete against each other over a minuscule race course made of gold atoms. The international molecule-car race is being organised by the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in France. The vehicles, which consist of…
03.28 / 12:21
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Karachi [Pakistan]: Seven Taliban leaders are currently in Islamabad as Pakistan is making attempts to convince them to engage in peace talks ahead of a crucial meeting in Moscow in April. China, Russia and Pakistan are behind the initiative of the April meeting in Moscow. Afghanistan will attend the meeting as will Iran and India,…
03.24 / 05:29
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London [U.K.]: The Taliban has captured a key district in Helmand province, which was once considered a deadly battlefield for the British and the U.S. troops in Afghanistan, as reported by The Guardian. The fall of Sangin, which has been seen as a key test of whether Afghan security forces can hold off advancing Taliban…
03.24 / 04:38
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