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Egyptian TV anchor arrested for ‘insulting police’ in his show

CAIRO: Egyptian prosecutors have remanded a prominent state television talk show presenter in custody for four days on accusations he insulted the police, officials said. Pro-government Khairy Ramadan was ordered detained late Sunday after he last month discussed the alleged low salaries of police officers on his show "Egypt Today" on the public Channel 1.  Citing a policeman's wife, Ramadan presented a breakdown of the officer's monthly gross salary of 6,890 pounds ($390, 320 euros), with which he has to provide for…

Novice politicians promoting ‘dangerous trend’ of mudslinging politics, says Murad

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad on Monday said that some novice politicians have dangerously fashioned a politics of mudslinging – this is a disastrous trend and it is bound to defame the politicians, political parties and the political system at large. “This must be stopped in the larger interest of the country and its people” he said while talking to media just after inaugurating Bahria Model School (BMS), Khalid SRE at Younisabad in Karachi. He was accompanied by provincial ministers, Nisar Khuhro, Jam…