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  • Mohammad Hafeez: Now he bends it, now he doesn’t

    WHILE it is delightful news indeed that Hafeez has been cleared for bowling by ICC, it begs the question why he was banned in the first place...

    It must be recalled that his first reported infringement was back in 2005 in a three way ODI series and then six months before the 2015 World Cup when he was clearly Pakistan’s asset in the bowling department, often opening the bowling and compiling admirable returns...

  • Artists launch Dil Sey Pakistan song

    ISLAMABAD: Various artists launched a new song, complete with a video, titled Dil Sey Pakistan on Wednesday at the National Press Club to celebrate 70 years of independence...

    The video starts with a scene from a mela where artists are singing the song and features a student of Army Public School Peshawar, Aakif Azeem...

  • Pakistan to support Saudi-led military alliance while maintaining close contact with Iran

    Pakistan highlighted its "successful counter-terrorism operations and the comprehensive National Action Plan" during the first meeting of the defence ministers of countries involved in the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) held last Sunday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said in his weekly briefing on Thursday...

    Dr Faisal said Pakistan had expressed its willingness to share its intellectual,...

  • Child labour increases in Pakistan while numbers drop internationally

    KARACHI: Pakistan ranks number three in the world with the highest prevalence of child and forced labour despite a significant decline in the number of child labourers recorded worldwide, it emerged at a seminar on Friday...

    Titled ‘Elimination of child labour in Pakistan’, the seminar was organised by the Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (Sparc) at the Sindh Boys Scouts Association’s headquarters...

  • Why the BJP should be wary of repeating its 'Acche Din' mistake while dealing with Pakistan

    The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB) left no stone unturned in praising Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's diplomatic coup after he made a quick visit to Lahore in an effort to revive India-Pakistan peace talks...

    It's not uncommon to now hear people asking, "what has Modi got from all his foreign trips?" even if the people asking don't exactly want to hear the nuts and bolts of India's diplomatic achievements...

  • Pakistan can partner US while remaining a China ally: author

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan can play an important security and development role in South Asia as a US partner, even as it maintains separate relationships with its immediate neighbors, particularly China, argues a new book, “The Battle for Pakistan: The bitter US Friendship...

    ”The book, by eminent scholar Shuja Nawaz, will be launched in Pakistan this week...

  • WHO chief lauds Pakistan for suppressing Covid-19 while keeping economy afloat

    World Health Organisation (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has once again praised Pakistan's response to the coronavirus, saying the country managed to fight the pandemic while allowing its economy to pick up as the country stabilises...

    In an op-ed in the British online newspaper The Independent, Tedros noted that Pakistan had deployed the infrastructure built over many years for polio to combat Covid-19...

  • TRADITIONS: THE SONG OF THAR

    “For centuries, Hamarcho has portrayed our previous hurdles, our hope for a bountiful crop yield and a prosperous life for the Thari people,” says Arjan Meghwar, referring to the folk song which is part of the pre-harvest tradition in Thar...

    The folk song of Hamarcho, which depicts aspirations of three generations, is a way for Tharis to remember the sufferings of their past, celebrate the present and envision a bright future... ...

  • Punjabi singer’s song in Indian film

    LAHORE: Punjabi singer and composer Bilal Saeed has sung an Urdu song for the upcoming Bollywood flick Ishqedarriyan...

    During a press conference at a café on MM Alam Road on Friday, Saeed said he usually sang Punjabi songs but in Ishqedarriyan, being released on May 15, he had sung an Urdu song...

  • 3 Bahadur's new song Raunaqein is full of life

    Titled 'Raunaqein', this new song, also sung by Shiraz Uppal, is a fantastic follow-up to the title track '3 Bahadur'...

    The song looks and sounds as joyous as the proverbial month of May — and there's little doubt that we can all use a solid dose of positivity...

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