Top stories Nov 18-25 2012: Hackers, Kasab and Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Published: November 25, 2012

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1. Turkish hackers deface Google Pakistan’s webpage – Web Desk

2. ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ sneaks into US box office top 10 – AFP

3. Mumbai attacks: India hangs Ajmal Kasab – AFP

4. Pakistani hackers deface over 30 Israeli websites of top brands: Report – Web Desk

5. Kasab execution: TTP ‘shocked’, LeT says will ‘inspire’ more attacks – Reuters

6. For Tareen, a jet for political use, household staff as directors – Asad Kharal

7. Ardeshir Cowasjee passes away – Mahnoor Sherazee

8. Israel is a terrorist state: Turkey PM – Reuters/AFP

9. Shariah4Pakistan to issue fatwa against Malala Yousafzai – Reuters

10. India counters China map claims in a tit-for-tat move – AFP

 

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Tribune Top 5 blogs of the week

1. Bal Thackeray’s end, a win for Mumbai  - Sanjay Kumar

2. I lost 18 kilos on this plan, you can too! – Muhammad Irfan

3. Are you an FSC ‘boi’ or an A’ Levels ‘burger’? – Nabeel Khan

4 Is smoking banned for women in Pakistan? – Erum Shaikh

5. Jab Tak Hai Jaan took all the jaan in me to sit through – Sami Saayer

 

Roznama Express Top 10 stories of the week

1. Pakistani passport expiration extended from 5 to 10 years – Web Desk

2. India hangs Ajmal Kasab – Web Desk

3. British group to declare Fatwa on Malala – Reuters

4. Google Pakistan website hacked – Web Desk

5. New pay structure prepared for government employees – Rashid Ansari

6. Saudi Arabia home to Pakistan’s exploited workers – Online

7. Jehangir Tareen’s employees set up as company directors – Asad Kharal

8. Please do think! – Javed Chaudhry

9. 100 crore business does not make a film successful: Aamir Khan – Net News

10. Cannot stay quiet over Israel’s terrorism: Saudi Arabia – Agencies

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