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  • Apple cuts prices, screen sizes for new iPhone, iPad

    CUPERTINO: Apple went small — cutting prices as well as screen sizes — unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at reaching more customers and boosting replacements, at a low-key product unveiling on Monday...

    The new iPhone SE will debut at $399 for US customers without a contract subsidy, a significant cut from the price of its larger iPhones...

  • 105 passengers repatriated from UAE to Pakistan test positive for Covid-19

    At least 105 Pakistanis who were flown to Islamabad from the United Arab Emirates on a repatriation flight have tested positive for the coronavirus, Rawalpindi Deputy Commissioner retired Capt Anwarul Haq said on Monday...

    The 105 passengers were among 209 nationals who were brought home on an Etihad Airways flight on April 28, according to the government's Covid-19 portal...

  • Pakistan inch close to series win with early strikes

    ROSEAU: Pakistan’s push for an historic series-clinching victory was aided by three wickets in the morning session with the West Indies reduced to 73 for four at lunch on the last day of the third and final Test at Windsor Park in Dominica on Sunday...

    This is also the final day in national colours for Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq and senior batsman Younis Khan...

  • Army will defend every inch of Pakistan: Gen Raheel

    KHARIAN: Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif on Friday said the Army will defend "each and every inch" of Pakistan "no matter what the cost", an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said...

    The Army chief, addressing officers at the National Counter-Terrorism Centre near Kharian, said that Pakistan's armed forces "have the capability to counter the complete threat spectrum"...

  • US, Pakistan inch towards better relations

    WASHINGTON: The Uni­ted States has assured Pakistan that it does not want to sever bilateral ties with this important ally while Islamabad extended its “wholehearted support” to the US-backed Afghan offer of peace talks with the Taliban...

    The two statements supplement renewed efforts to improve relations between the US and Pakistan which were once close allies in the war against terror...

  • Abandoned pipeline spills 105,000 gallons of oil into sea

    The 24-inch pipe, built in 1987, had no previous problems and was thoroughly inspected in 2012, according to its operator, Plains All American Pipeline...

    The spill involved an estimated 105,000 gallons of crude; about 21,000 gallons is believed to have made it to the sea and split into slicks that stretched 9 miles along coast...

  • 105 illegal housing societies dot Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Though Islamabad is considered to be one of the most planned cities of the world, members of the National Assembly standing committee on cabinet secretariat were on Friday informed that there were 105 illegal housing societies in the city...

    Besides, 29 illegal housing societies were illegal in Zone V, which included Parliamentarians Enclave, National Police Foundation, Pak PWD, Media Town, Pakistan Town (Phase II), New...

  • 105 phones recovered from passenger at Karachi airport

    KARACHI: Customs authorities at Jinnah International Airport caught a passenger on a flight from Dubai to Karachi with 105 cell phones concealed on his body in an apparent attempt to transport them illegally...

    Muhammad Ali Shah who was travelling to Karachi on flight EK-600 had strapped 105 cell phones on his body to hide them, Customs Chief Media Officer Syed Muhammad Irfan Ali said...

  • Stocks end an otherwise bleak month with 105-point rally

    KARACHI: Shares extended gains on Friday with the Pakistan Stocks Exchange’s (PSX) benchmark 100-share index rising by 104...

    The local bourse picked up the bullish momentum as the regional markets remained positive on account of increase in price of crude triggered by reports that Saudi Arabia had proposed to cut oil production...

  • LETTER from PARIS: 105 years and still going strong

    WHILE the seven socialist presidential hopefuls hurled brickbats at their Republican rival François Fillon, and at each other while they were about it, the centre of the French public’s attention on Wednesday Jan 4 was none else than a little man named Robert Marchand...

    At the St Quentin-en-Yveline stadium close to the city of Versailles, Marchand rushed through 22
  • School principal in Peshawar handed 105 years in prison for child abuse, rape

    A sessions court in Peshawar on Tuesday handed a total of 105 years in prison to a private school's principal on charges of child abuse, pornography, rape, blackmail and maintaining illicit relations...

    Read: Were you silent about sexual abuse in your childhood? You're not aloneA trial court had framed charges against him on eight counts under the Pakistan Penal Code, including Section 354-A (stripping a woman of her clothes), 376...

  • PSX plunges by 1,105 points over virus threat

    KARACHI: Panic-selling was witnessed on Monday at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) where the KSE-100 Index tanked 1,105...

    The investors were seized with fear after morning papers disclosed that Pakistan had temporarily sealed its borders with Iran after it was plagued by a large number of cases of deadly coronavirus...

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