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MQM Pakistan or MQM London are same. Amber Khan

Dallas:Ex provincial Minister from MQM Ambar Khan who resigned from the Rabita Committee and basic membership of MQM has said that MQM Pakistan or MQM London are same. She said that everyone stands with Altaf Hussain, who is a University in political knowledge from which she is graduating with a PhD degree. Talking to Geo/ Jang News correspondent, she said …

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NASIM foundation fundraising Mushaira held in Plano

By:Raja Zahid Khanzada Dallas: A fund-raising event with Mushaira was hosted by NASIM North American Society of Indian Muslims in Dallas. Several poets from India and Pakistan participated with their literary work. Nasim foundation leaders Tayyab Kandawala, Akram Syed, and Navaid Syed welcomed the invited guests. Program audience applauded efforts of Nasim Foundation President Mohammad Rahman and board members Syed …

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Hafeez Khan hosted a milad ceremony at his house

By:Raja Zahid Khanzada Dallas:Dallas prominent entrepreneur Hafeez Khan hosted a milad ceremony at his house. Prominent scholar from Pakistan Dr. Jamil Rathore and visiting `naat reciter Sabeehuddin Ahmad were in attendance. Naat reciter Sabeehuddin recited his popular naat and hymns which was greatly appreciated by the audience. The milad which was conducted by Dallas famous Allama Babar Rahmani was also …

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Urdu Ghar Irving held a workshop on Allama Iqbal.

By: Talat Khan Irving:Urdu Ghar International, Irving Chapter’s founder and organizer, Ms.Talat Khan with the help of Urdu Ghar International (Founder Dr. Amer Suleman) hold a workshop on Dr.Mohammad Allama Iqbal to coincide with Allama Iqbal’s birthday, which was presided by Dr. Mohammed Rafiq Khan. It was an open forum with Q/A forum and about 20 people attended the workshop. …

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PAAT & Pakistani Counslate arranged Visa camp in Dallas.

Dallas:Pakistan American Association of Texas (PAAT) in collaboration with Consulate of Pakistan Houston arranged a Visa and consulate Services camp on Nov 9 and 10.It was arranged in McKinney Texas at The Heart Beat Clinic. PAAT is a representative organization of the American Pakistanis of DFW and cities around. The community availed the services and could avoid an all day …

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20 Arrested in Texas Drug Ring With North Carolina Ties

Investigators say 20 people have been arrested in a crackdown on a Central Texas drug ring with ties to North Carolina. Federal prosecutors say the suspects remained in custody Saturday pending detention hearings next week. Officials say the cocaine and methamphetamine ring operated in the Taylor area, about 30 miles northeast of Austin. The 20 defendants were indicted last month …

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Big Rig Hauling Corn Crashes, Snarls Monday Morning Traffic

An 18-wheeler flipped onto its side and spilled corn across a major Tarrant County highway before Monday morning rush hour. The truck was heading north on interstate 820 when it crashed and flipped near the White Settlement Road exit at about 2:45 a.m., according to police. The crash sent corn kernels spilling out into the opposite side of the highway, …

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Are You Missing Money? New Website Makes Searching Easier

Just in time for Christmas, the State of Texas wants to reunite you with your unclaimed money thanks to a new and improved website. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the new and updated ClaimItTexas.orgwebsite Monday. The website features better search functions, allows you to upload claim documentation directly and it’s mobile friendly. “I am proud of our unclaimed property program, …

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Irving Carjacking Ends in Crash at Dallas Apartment Complex

Irving police are investigating a Friday night carjacking that ended in a crash at an Dallas apartment complex. Police said at around 9:45 p.m. Friday, two men carjacked a white Chevy Impala with dealer tags in Irving. A Dallas police officer spotted the vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle but a chase ensued. The chase ended when the driver …

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Texas Officials Cut Toll Projects From Transportation Plan

Texas transportation officials are removing all new tollway projects from a significant 10-year construction plan, including what would have been additional toll lanes on Interstate 35 through Central Texas. The Texas Transportation Commission unanimously voted Thursday to scrap all tolled projects from its Unified Transportation Program. The decision came despite pleas of nearly a dozen political, civic and business leaders …

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