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Shaban 5,1436 AH

Fajar: 4.34 am
Zohar: 12.23 pm
Asar: 4.46 pm
Maghrib: 6.50 pm
Isha: 8.05 pm
Sunset today 6.44 pm
sunrise tomorrow 5.42 am
Moonrise tomorrow 11.05 am
Moonset today 11.57 pm

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24th May, 2015
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24th May, 2015
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BlackBerry has been aggressively looking at expanding its software and services
23rd May, 2015
BlackBerry seems to be up for sale again and potential investors bank on the US market
23rd May, 2015
Website is investigating a potential security breach of information of 4 million members
Ruby helps in developing new innovative web applications (Representational image)
22nd May, 2015
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It formulated a new policy to make tier-II and -III cities as IT hubs
22nd May, 2015
It formulated a new policy to make tier-II and -III cities as IT hubs
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22nd May, 2015
It allows anyone with access to the data traffic to identify users and their devices



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