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The little boy who interfered in the video learned that never to videobomb a Pakistani reporter’s field report. It can be lethal to one’s health.
9 Sep 2018
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13 Sep 2017
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Pakistani reporter appears on screen with severe flood report while standing in the throat deep water to make the reporting prominent and attractive at the same time.
19 Apr 2019
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News Update by Aamer Habib | With Bio Mass we can produce electricity for whole Pakistan | Public TV If you like this video please share it. For more programs and latest news subscribe our channel, and give us suggestion by commenting on this video. Don't Forget to watch Public TV News, Public TV Media, Aamir Habib Programs. #imrankhan #publicnews #aamerhabib #aamirhabib #pakistanijournalist #crimestories #pakistanimovies #pakistanisongs #pakarmy #cheifjustice #imrankhan #ispr #journalist #newsanchor #pakistan #tvreporters #internationalnews #pakistanidrama #breakingnews #pakistaninews #arynews #publicnews #geonews #ptvnews #expressnews #electionnews #politics #pti #ppp #pmln #maryamnawaz #jalsa
6 Dec 2018
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Recently a Press conference was held of the upcoming movie ‘Om Allah’ at Fortune Hotel in Noida. At this occasion film Director Faizal Saif, Actor and Ex-Sport Promoter Aushim Khetarpal, Pakistani Actress Meera and Controversial South Indian Actress Kavita Radheshyam and Kanu Priya marked their presence. In the press conference Director Faizal Saif told, “The movie Om Allah includes five different shades and how Aushim was trapped in match fixing, how he became follower of Sai Baba, and we have also try to show the peace, love and brotherhood between India and Pakistan and we have also covered the issue of Akshardham”. Actor and Ex sports promoter Aushim Khetarapal said, “This movie is very close to my heart because the story of the movie is related to my life, the problems what I faced and the allegation on me and how I was proved innocent, and how I became the follower of Sai Baba.” When asked about the movie he told, “We are shooting in Mathura, Vrindavan, Delhi and Pakistan.” Nazar movie fame Pakistani actress Meera told about her character in the movie, “I am playing a character of a Pakistani reporter and I am happy about my role, I really like to work in Hollywood movie.” when asked Actress Kavita Radheshyam about her role she said, “I am playing a character name Kusum who is an Handicapped girl.” - H. S. Communication (P) Ltd.
5 Jan 2011
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR ALEX HOLLY You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Between Pakistani protests over U.S. drone attacks and the killing of Osama bin Laden near a Pakistani military academy, tension between the two countries is quickly rising. The latest move -- Pakistan has announced it wants to reduce American troop presence to the quote- “minimum essential level.” Sky News says that would be disastrous. “This would be catastrophic for the continued war against al Qaeda because, of course, Aymen al Zawahiri out at large somewhere in Pakistan and possibly some of the other potential future leaders of al Qaeda in Pakistan.” Al Jazeera reports, despite Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s calls for unity-- recent events have been the most devastating strikes to diplomatic relations yet. “Still, there is the very strong sense that president Asif Ali Zardari’s government has let Washington down on its top national security issue. This, the latest and perhaps most damaging blow to an already fragile relationship.” And The New York Times reports, the Pakistani military is prepared to intervene in any further U.S.-led raids within its borders. “Calling the American raid a ‘misadventure,’ General Kayani told the Pakistani reporters that another, similar, raid would be responded to swiftly...” But the Financial Times reports- the raid and the drone attacks have been successful and Washington wants to keep up that momentum. A U.S. diplomat tells the newspaper... “...a likely outcome of the raid on Abbottabad, the al-Qaeda leader’s hiding place, was that the US was likely to shift to using the ‘stick’ rather than carrots in its relationship with the Pakistan military, as it seeks results in fighting militancy.” The latest drone attack by American forces reportedly killed 15 militants along Pakistan’s border. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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