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The New IPPT Format

This Wednesday the 23rd of July, the Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen announced through Facebook that the Individual Physical Proficiency Test (IPPT) will be revised to three stations reducing from the current five stations. This announcement was then followed by a media briefing in which the Chief of

The former chief justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Chaudary has sent a defamation notice to the Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan this Thursday. The notice of Rs15 billion is sent by Chaudary for leveling ‘baseless’ allegations against him regarding the 2013 general elections and poll rigging.

In October of 2013 members of the Winnipeg Police Service Counter Exploitation Unit became involved in an investigation regarding the exploitation of an adult female.

The victim related that she had met the accused in the summer of 2012.  Learning of the victim’s vulnerability due to

Pakistan, India Foreign Secretaries To Meet In August

The Foreign secretaries of both India and Pakistan have agreed to meet in Islamabad on the 25th of August. It has been declared as a way to take forward the peace talks that were started after the oath taking ceremony of Narendra Modi. The Indian Prime Minister had invited his Pakistani counterpart

School Bus Collision With Train Killed Several

This Thursday morning, a school bus collided with a train in the Medak district of Telangana which which has led to the death of more than 12 people out of which 11 are children belonging to the Kakatiya School. More than 16 have been grievously injured.

The accident took place at an unmanned level

Owners of Blazed Seniors Residence to Sue L'Isle-Verte Town

Owners of a seniors’ residence that caught immense fire in January, causing 32 deaths, have announced their intention to sue the local municipality for $3.8 million. The owners, namely Irene Plante and Roch Bernier, and their insurance company have mentioned that the town of L'Isle-Verte failed

Conservatives’ to Announce New 'Common Sense' Gun Registry Act

Public Safety Minister, Steven Blaney, is anticipated to soon announce the new "Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act" later on Wednesday. Sources confirm that the new act implements several new laws that will limit the powers of provincial chief firearms officers, make all firearm licenses

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