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  • Three die in Lasbela accident

    KHUZDAR: Two women were among the three killed in a road accident near Winder area in Lasbela district on Saturday...

    A passenger coach coming to Pishin from Karachi collided head-on with a truck at Vidu Camp near Winder, leaving 18 people injured, police said...

  • Nine killed in Lasbela flash flood

    QUETTA: At least nine people have died and many others are missing as a flash flood caused by heavy rains and thunderstorm swept away many mud houses in Lasbela district on Friday Traffic on the Quetta-Karachi highway remained suspended the whole day...

    Heavy rains that started in various parts of Lasbela district on Wednesday evening continued till Friday causing the flash flood that wreaked havoc in the district as water entered...

  • Kharan thrash Sibi, Panjgur edge Lasbela 1-0

    QUETTA: In a fantastic display of high class soccer, Kharan thrashed Sibi 8-1 while Panjgur scored a narrow win over Lasbela 1-0 on the fourth day of the final round of the PPL Balochistan Football Cup 2017 here on Saturday...

    Hakmat, who led the onslaught for Kharan with a hat-trick, was declared the Man of the Match...

  • Five killed in Kalat, Lasbela road accidents

    KHUZDAR: Five people, including the divisional director of education department of Kalat, were killed in road accidents on Monday...

    Police said that Mir Mohammad Bangulzai, divisional director of education department, was travelling from Mastung to Khuzdar in his official vehicle when it overturned due to over-speeding in the Kalat range area...

  • Four drown in Hub river, Lasbela canal

    KHUZDAR: Four people drowned while taking bath in Hub river and Lasbela canal on Sunday, police said...

    In the other incident, a 20-year-old man, identified as Mohammad Khan, drowned in Lasbela canal while taking bath...

  • Rural roads plan a ‘game changer’: Shahbaz

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif says a major programme of construction and rehabilitation of rural roads has been started which will be a ‘game changer’ for the rural economy...

    He was presiding over a high-level meeting here on Sunday which reviewed in detail the pace of Khadim-i-Punjab Rural Roads Programme, says a handout...

  • 'Game of Thrones' episodes leak on the Internet: HBO

    WASHINGTON: Already the most pirated show in television history, HBO's fantasy epic Games of Thrones was hit by a new leak Sunday just hours before the premiere of its hotly-anticipated fifth season...

    With the start of the new series due to air simultaneously at 0100 GMT Monday in 170 countries, eager but unscrupulous fans were already downloading four leaked episodes...

  • Game over?

    The criticisms are valid: corruption, governance failure, lack of internal democracy, nepotism, alienation of stalwarts, induction of sycophants and the bitterness of jiyalas...

    Putting both on the same timeline would show that the party is voted into political power in the wake of military regimes, almost like the repository of the army’s anti-incumbency vote...

  • The long game

    Transition was supposed to lead to gradual improvement, stability opening up space for structural change and a deepening of constitutionalism and democracy...

    Five years removed from a military government, building on a historic achievement of a full term, the pace had to pick up...

  • Deflated Pakistan take on rampant New Zealand in must-win game

    Smarting under a six-wicket defeat to arch rivals India, Shahid Afridi's men need a victory against the table-topping Kiwis to keep their hopes alive of winning the trophy for a second time...

    New Zealand are perched on top of Group 2 with four points followed by India and Pakistan on two each from as many games...

  • Injury woes: Wahab Riaz, Hafeez doubtful for crucial New Zealand game

    Hafeez had complained of knee pain for the last two days and the PCB says “it is likely that he would not be able to take part in the match against the Black Caps...

    Smarting under a six-wicket defeat to arch rivals India, Shahid Afridi's men need a victory against the table-topping Kiwis to keep their hopes alive of winning the trophy for a second time...

  • Rise of cricket officials and fall of the game

    When England crashed out of the pre-quarters at the 2015 World Cup in Australia-New Zealand, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) knew it was time for an overhaul...

    It started with stepping down of Giles Clarke, the ECB’s Chairman of eight years, followed by the removal of Managing Director Paul Downton and Head Coach Peter Moores — the two officials seen as chiefly responsible for England’s catastrophic campaign at the mega...

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