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  • Which side are you on, Pakistan?

    A couple of people killed, then 30, then 50...

    By the end of the evening, over 70 people — mostly women and children — had been brutally murdered and many others had been severely injured at a suicide bombing in one of the city’s most central parks in Gulshan-i-Iqbal...

  • Dharamsala: The sleepy hill station which will host the Pakistan-India firecracker

    MUMBAI: The sleepy hill station of Dharamsala will host arch-rivals India and Pakistan at next year's cricket World Twenty20, while the final will be staged at the historic Eden Gardens in Kolkata, India, organisers said Friday...

    India versus Pakistan is set to be one of the most anticipated clashes of the tournament but fans could find tickets hard to come by, with organisers overlooking larger stadiums in favour of Dharamsala, home...

  • SC asks provinces for plan to combat silicosis which afflicts labourers

    On Tuesday, Justice Khawaja also sent a loud and clear message that the Supreme Court was ready to do whatever it took to reach out to the people by monitoring government efforts in this regard...

    On Tuesday Justice Khawaja regretted that being a destitute individual, especially women or the daughter of a poor person, was “the greatest crime in Pakistan”...

  • Which assets did Imran Khan declare?

    Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has been quizzed of his London property and the means by which he acquired his Bani Gala residence...

    com looked at the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) form submitted by Khan to declare his assets...

  • Chief justice urges for a judicial system in which women can speak openly

    Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Sunday highlighted the need for a system in which women, who are deprived of their rights in several parts of the country, can speak about the problems they face openly...

    Speaking at the concluding event of the second “Women Judges' Conference” in Lahore, he added that the Constitution enshrines fundamental rights which do not differentiate between males and females...

  • Comment: Which way will Amir swing?

    Among those who believe he shouldn’t play for Pakistan there are right of centre who believe that he should play at most the domestic cricket and must never don the Pakistani colours again...

    Among those on the liberal left who contend that he has served his sentence and should be selected for Pakistan again if he performs are those who believe that it is the system that is corrupt and that if bigger fish have hoodwinked the law...

  • Pakistani injured in Greek crash which kills four migrants

    THESSALONIKI: Four people died during a police chase in northern Greece when an overcrowded smuggler’s car carrying eight migrants, including two in the trunk, plunged off a 90-foot cliff, authorities said on Wednesday...

    The car was carrying the migrants west from the Turkish border, which they had crossed illegally...

  • Remember, Dunkirk tells a whitewashed story which ignores non-white soldiers

    The Brits had already been softened up to hate their French allies by General Mason-Macfarlane, who gave an off-the-record briefing to journalists in London on May 28, 1940 in which he told them to blame French troops for the demise of the British Expeditionary Force; reporters ran “exclusives” next day — no sources, of course (as usual) — precisely reflecting the words of the general...

    Intriguingly, there were more French soldiers...

  • Which is superior — Supreme Court or parliament?

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Finance on Wednesday was the scene of heated debate on a unique and pertinent question — which is superior, the Supreme Court or parliament?The argument was triggered by a resolution submitted to the committee by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Senator Azam Khan Swati, demanding a briefing from the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on parliamentarians who have availed themselves of tax relaxations under...

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