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  • Talat tipped to replace Bari as Pakistan manager

    LAHORE: Former Test batsman Talat Ali is likely be the next manager of the Pakistan team which will tour the West Indies from next month, well-informed sources told Dawn on Tuesday...

    Talat will replace former Test captain Wasim Bari, who has been relieved after being team manager during Pakistan’s last three series — against the West Indies in UAE, followed by tours of New Zealand and Australia...

  • 'Sab Se Bari Jang' launched

    It happened on Saturday evening when a book detailing the movement for freedom of expression of 1977-78 titled Sab Se Bari Jang, written and compiled by eminent journalist and poet Ahfazur Rehman, was launched at the Arts Council...

    He lamented that today there were elements in the media which kept repeating Pakistan’s national narrative (qaumi bayanyey) but conveniently ignored the workers’ movements in the past or the Hari tehreek...

  • Bari lauds Malik’s timely decision

    KARACHI: Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Wasim Bari lauded Shoaib Malik’s decision to call it a day from Test cricket while saying the all-rounder has set a perfect precedent for other cricketers to emulate...

    “I think Malik has taken the proper route since he must have felt uncomfortable in a format which he hadn’t played for five years prior to this series,” Bari told Dawn shortly after Malik has announced retirement during the ongoing...

  • The bustling shrine of Bari Imam

    At the foot of the Margalla Hills, the shrine of Bari Imam, Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi, attracts devotees from across the country...

    Bari Imam Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi came to this area in the 1600s...

  • Kohistan video case: Girls declared alive by SC had actually been killed, says Bari

    The mystery surrounding the killing of four girls and two men from Kohistan took another turn on Friday after rights activist Farzana Bari claimed that the girls, who were declared alive during the Supreme Court suo motu hearing, were dead...

    Bari, who also heads the Gender Studies department at Quaid-i-Azam University, was included in the fact finding mission dispatched to Kohistan by the Supreme Court to inquire about the wellbeing...

  • Lower Bari Doab Canal project operational

    THE Punjab Irrigated Agriculture Investment Programme Project-1 on the Lower Bari Doab command area on River Ravi will be completed on June 30...

    “At least 275,000 rural households deriving their livelihood from crops grown in the Lower Bari Doab command area (LBDC) command area will be beneficiaries of the remodeling, up-gradation and rehabilitation of the barrage, the LBDC canal and its distributaries,” says a senior consultant of...

  • Lack of experienced players makes for challenging England tour: Bari

    LAHORE: Former Pakistan Test captain and chief selector Wasim Bari reckons the national team’s tour to England will be a challenging one since the teams lacks in experience and adjusting to conditions will be tough for the youngsters...

    Terming the tour as a short one, Wasim told Dawn that there should’ve been at least three Tests against England and since there are only two Tests, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) should have tried...

  • Raheel Sharif will become controversial if he leads military alliance: Abdul Qadir Baloch

    Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions (Safron) Lt Gen (retd) Abdul Qadir Baloch on Saturday said if former army chief Gen Raheel Sharif accepts the appointment as head of a 39-nation military alliance of Muslim states he will become controversial...

    “If Raheel Sharif takes up the appointment, he will become controversial and I feel it might lessen the respect he has earned,” said Baloch while speaking on DawnNews Doosra...

  • Fitness camp will not benefit Pakistan cricket team: Abdul Qadir

    ISLAMABAD: Former leg-spinner Abdul Qadir termed Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) fitness camp to be useless and stated that it will not provide any assistance to the national side in England...

    Commenting on PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan's remarks about a lack of education in cricketers being the reason behind the team's decline, Qadir said that top cricketers in the history of Pakistan were not educated...

  • Pakistan ready to hold talks with India, says Abdul Basit

    Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit on Monday, in an interview with Indian TV channel Aaj Tak, said that Pakistan is ready for a dialogue with India on the sidelines of the Heart of Asia conference in Amritsar next week, India Today reported...

    "The schedule of Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz is not cast in stone and if there was an offer for talks from the host nation, then it would be accepted by Pakistan," Abdul Basit was...

  • Pakistan not begging for dialogue with India: Abdul Basit

    Pakistan High Commissioner to New Delhi Abdul Basit in an interview with The Hindu on Friday said, "Pakistan is not begging for dialogue...

    "Discussing the increasing hostility between India and Pakistan, Basit, highlighting "the need to break the impasse" between the two countries, said, "Talking to each other is inevitable...

  • Pakistan great Abdul Qadir's son chosen for Australian PM's XI

    The son of legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has been included in an Australia Prime Minister's XI to play a tour match against South Africa in Canberra...

    The 25-year-old Usman Qadir's father took 236 wickets in 67 Tests from 1977 to 1990 and is generally regarded as Pakistan's best-ever leg-spinner...

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