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  • Obama asks Pakistan, India to stop moving in ‘wrong direction’

    WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has urged India and Pakistan not to continue moving in the wrong direction as they develop their military doctrines...

    “The other area where I think we need to see progress is Pakistan and India, that Sub-continent, making sure that as they develop military doctrines, that they are not continually moving in the wrong direction,” he said...

  • Team Pakistan moving in right direction but fitness, fielding rankle: Arthur

    KARACHI: Despite Pakistan’s shambolic performance on their recent tours of New Zealand and Australia, their high-profile head coach Mickey Arthur believes the national squad is moving in the right direction, barring the current levels of fitness and fielding...

    In a candid interview with Dawn on Saturday, Arthur stressed upon creating a structure of excellence for the overall betterment of Pakistan cricket — a virtue he emphasized...

  • Editorial: Pakistan's measured response to Trump's tweet is a step in the right direction

    Mr Trump’s rough and undiplomatic language has sparked outrage in Pakistan, but it is not clear if the US president was presaging renewed pressure on Pakistan or simply indulging in rhetorical threats that appeal to his isolationist political base at home...

    Yet, a hostile, threatening comment by a US president cannot simply be ignored, and Pakistan’s political and military leaderships did the right thing by meeting to discuss a...

  • Tech games: Decoding fun and games

    Anyone who’s been obsessed with video games has fantasised about developing their own award winning title at some point in their lives...

    This is partially because in Pakistan, many computer science programmes follow rigid teaching methods taught by professors stuck in a frustratingly archaic style, while the field of video game development itself is not taken as seriously as it should...

  • Independence Cup first step in the right direction: Clarke

    LAHORE: While ICC director Giles Clarke on Monday regarded the Independence Cup between World XI and Pakistan the first step towards resuming international cricket in the country, PCB chairman Najam Sethi hoped the highly-anticipated series would pave the way for more visits in future...

    “We are looking to take small steps for a long journey [in resuming international cricket in Pakistan]...

  • Doubling down on new foreign policy direction, Asif terms Narendra Modi a 'terrorist'

    Asif made the remarks in an appearance on Geo TV's Capital Talk show in response to Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj's United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) speech, in which she had accused Pakistan of "producing and exporting terrorism"...

    "Why is it today India is a recognised IT superpower in the world, and Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror?" she had said at the assembly...

  • Movie review: A disaster flick with no ‘direction’

    DWAYNE Johnson goes against his biggest enemy ever in San Andreas — a giant earthquake — but fails to impress the audience who were waiting for something out of the ordinary...

    Everything in the film has been viewed before in cinema and that’s the main reason San Andreas fails to shake up those who went to cinema to get a better version of 2012
  • Earthly matters: New direction

    Climate change is expected to disproportionately impact developing countries like Pakistan, whose economies are closely tied to climate-sensitive sectors like agriculture, and which are already facing multiple stresses due to population growth, urbanisation, industrialisation, and globalisation...

    Pakistan’s National Climate Change Policy (NCCP), states the climate change threats to Pakistan clearly: “Increased variability of...

  • Top Trump aides clash over direction of foreign policy

    WASHINGTON: A long-simmering dispute between two top White House aides has boiled into a public battle over the direction of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy, with a cadre of conservative groups pushing for the ouster of national security adviser H...

    But Trump is equally sympathetic to the views of firebrands like Bannon, who are trying to push the party in a new, isolationist direction embodied by his “America First”...

  • Prince’s meteoric rise steers S. Arabia in uncertain direction

    KARACHI: With the removal of Mohammed bin Nayef as crown prince from the Saudi line of succession on Wednesday, the decks have apparently been cleared for King Salman’s young, ambitious son Mohammed bin Salman to one day assume the throne of the desert kingdom...

    While palace intrigues and court politics are part and parcel of all the world’s remaining monarchical systems, when there is a shake-up in the Saudi line of succession, people...
  • Rupee report: Rupee in search of direction

    THE rupee appeared to be in search of direction last week against the dollar amid political uncertainty in the local currency market...

    Though State Bank of Pakistan’s (SBP) strict monitoring helped the rupee stabilise to some extent, the parity continued to show sharp variations...

  • Hales ‘heading in the right direction’

    LONDON: Alex Hales believes England's ongoing series against Pakistan has seen him make progress as an international batsman despite a frustrating wait for a maiden Test hundred...

    But Hales played an important part in England's come-from-behind 141-run win over Pakistan at Edgbaston last time out as the hosts went 2-1 up in the four-match series ahead of Thursday's concluding Test at The Oval...

  • MWM stages sit-ins against ‘wrong direction’ of NAP

    Protesting against what they called ‘wrong direction’ of the National Action Plan (NAP), the religious party as part of its countrywide protests staged sit-ins on M...

    Jinnah Road near Numaish Chowrangi, Shahrah-i-Pakistan near Ancholi that links the city with the Superhighway, Malir-15 and Steel Town (the National Highway)...

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