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Aalami Urdu Markaz (AUM), Jeddah's prominent literary organization, will release Pakistani diplomat Syed Abu Ahmad Akif's book, Passionate Passages: Journeys to the Land of Desire, at La Sani Restaurant in Jeddah on Saturday, Nov. 30. According to
Unidentified gunmen riding a motorcycle on Tuesday killed a senior Shiite director of a university along with his driver in Pakistan's central Punjab province, officials said. In an apparent targeted sectarian attack, Syed Shabir Hussain Shah,
But as you've-got-to-be-joking wealth washed over Twitter on Thursday a company that didn't exist eight years ago was worth $31.7 billion after its first day on the stock market the non-boldface name of the moment is Suhail R...Mr. Rizvi, 47, runs a
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) accused Pakistan Rangers, Sindh for the extra judicial killing of party worker, Dilshad Ahmed Khan; however, Rangers rejected allegations of torture and termed it absurd. MQM's coordination committee member Haider Abbas
How the firm, led by Mr. Rizvi, accumulated that stake illustrates the changing rules of Silicon Valley investing. Traditional venture capitalists no longer are the only route into promising startups. Today, they are often joined, and sometimes
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday ordered that the elections for the post of chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will be held on November 2 under the supervision of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
Yesterday's amended IPO documents brought more news than continued unprofitablility : Ev Williams isn't going to be Twitter's biggest billion dollar success story anymore. That honor now belongs to Suhail Rizvi, a reclusive Hollywood insider and Wall
Uncertainty prevailed in Pakistan cricket after the Islamabad High Court today did not take up PCB`s appeal against the court order that barred caretaker chairman Najam Sethi from using his full powers in the functioning of the board.
Pakistan A lawyer for relatives of a Pakistani student whose death sparked outrage against the abuse of power by the wealthy says his family has decided to pardon the men convicted in his killing. Lawyer Mehmood Alam Rizvi said Monday that the
National News Law and Human Rights Minister Amir Syamsuddin said on Friday that Indonesia would not swap British Lindsay June Sandiford a narcotics convict on death row with Rafat Ali Rizvi, a British national convicted of fraud for his role in the