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'Dead' man comes back to life to scam in Ajman — Halloween is round the corner. The Celts who lived across the lands we now know as Britain, Ireland and northern France believed that it is this time when the souls of the departed return to Earth and become visible to mankind. But for Pakistani businessman Chaudhary Hayyab Arif Kamboh, the worlds of the living and the dead have remained blurred since July 19, 2017. That’s the day he ‘died’ in a road accident in Sharjah only to spring back to life in Ajman two years later. He is scamming companies overseas.
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Pakistan’s first metro 'The Orange Line Metro Train' ready to roll out — Pakistan’s first metro project is set to start a trial run in Lahore from October 28 whereas the service will be partially opened to the public from January 2020. The project will be fully operational by March 2020, according to the Chief Minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar. The Punjab Chief Minister announced the much-awaited launch of the project during a recent meeting held to review the ambitious project.
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Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada posts picture of herself in a suicide bomber jacket, targets Indian PM Modi — Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada, @FunRabi, has done it again! She posted a picture on Twitter wearing what seemed like a suicide bomber jacket and it was apparently a statement against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And nobody is finding it funny in these conflict-ridden times."#ModiHitler i just wish huh. #kashmirkibeti [daughter of Kashmir]," Pirzada wrote in the caption of the post that has since been deleted. However, a picture post from Monday of her wearing the jacket remains on her Twitter account. It reads: “Ultimately, it will be only one way with Kashmiri siblings. When UN mediation fails.”
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British police find 39 bodies in a truck container — Police in southeastern England said 39 people were found dead Wednesday inside a large cargo truck believed to have come from Bulgaria. The truck, which is said to have entered Britain via the Welsh port of Holyhead on Saturday, was found by ambulance workers at Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays, a town just by the River Thames around 25 miles (40 kms) east of central London. "This is a tragic incident where a large number of people have lost their lives. Our enquiries are ongoing to establish what has happened," Essex Police Chief Superintendent Andrew Mariner said. "We are in the process of identifying the victims, however I anticipate that this could be a lengthy process." A 25-year-old-man from Northern Ireland who was driving the truck has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
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Kohli most important man of Indian cricket, will support him: Sourav Ganguly — BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday put his weight firmly behind skipper Virat Kohli, saying the captain is the most important person in the sport and he will get everything he needs to take the team to the pinaccle of success. India whitewashed South Africa 3-0 in the just-concluded Test series to consolidate their place at the top of the ICC Test Championship. Former India captain Ganguly, who officially took over as the BCCI chief on Wednesday, is slated to meet Kohli on Thursday for Bangladesh T20 series team selection. "The captain is the most important person in Indian cricket. We will be there to support him and listen to him. I have been a captain myself and I understand from that position. It's mutual respect that will be there. Opinions will be there, discussions will be there. We will do what is best for the game," he pointed. "We are here to make the lives of the cricketers easier and not more difficult. Everything will be decided on the basis of performance."
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