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Opinion Poll Final Round

The final round of our Opinion Poll on the General Elections will be for three days starting today, i.e from Monday to Wednesday. The results will be published on Wednesday (April 8) night, as also a total analysis of the weekly polls we have conducted for a month.
So join this round to express your choice voting below:

United Peoples Freedom Alliance (UPFA)
86% (337 votes)
United National Front (UNF)
7% (27 votes)
Democratic National Alliance (DNA)
4% (17 votes)
Tamil National Alliance (TNA)
2% (9 votes)
Total voters: 390

Ayesha family cheated me:"I will Marry Sania Mirza at any cost"-Cricketer Shoaib Malik

Former Pakistan Cricket Captain Shoaib Malik has made it clear that he would get married to Indian tennis queen Sania Mirza on April 15.

Ball has begun to roll in favour of Pakistan

When Pak Army troops moved into South Waziristan in 2002 for the first time at the behest of Washington to hunt and flush out foreign elements, it offended the militant tribesmen living peacefully and they decided to confront the Army.

Winter Session of Legislature-Parliament begins

The Winter Session of Legislature-Parliament began on Sunday.

Abu Dhabi forms rent panel

Ever skyrocketing rent in the gulf is a nightmare for the residents as well as for the citizens. Expatriates working in Dubai are forced to find accommodations in as far as Sharjah to suit their pockets.

Septuagenarian Alavi Moulana still young at heart

Septuagenarian Ahmed Seyed Alavi Moulana of the Sri Lankan Freedom Party (SLFP) is still young at heart. A close associate of President Mahinda Rajapaksa and present Governor of the Western Province, he makes others also young around him.

Mohamed ElBaradei hits out at west's support for repressive regimes

“Western policy towards this part (Middle East) of the world has been a total failure. It has not been based on dialogue, understanding, supporting civil society and empowering people, but rather it’s been based on supporting authoritarian systems as long as the oil keeps pumping,” was what recently retired head of United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency Mohamed El-Baradei told London Guardian – his first interview to the international press – March 31.