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  • PSL teams face travel problems during Multan, Rawalpindi games

    A key official of a PSL franchise, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Dawn that the rainy weather at Rawalpindi and Multan have created problems for his team as well as for other outfits on Friday...

    Karachi Kings were to travel to Rawalpindi for their next match while Quetta Gladiators were to travel on Friday to Multan to face Multan Sultans on Saturday...

  • Netanyahu hints at revoking Palestinians’ travel rights, other benefits

    JERUSALEM: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered a review of the status of certain Palestinian neighbourhoods in east Jerusalem, an official confirmed on Monday, a decision that could potentially strip tens of thousands of Palestinians of their Israeli residency rights...

    Such a move is unlikely to overcome Israeli legal hurdles, but the very prospect has unnerved Palestinians in the city
  • Panama JIT members file request with SC registrar to travel to Qatar: sources

    A two-person delegation comprising members of the Panama Papers joint investigation team (JIT) probing the Sharif family's alleged corruption have filed a request with the Supreme Court (SC) registrar to travel to Doha to record a Qatari royal's statement in connection with the case, a well-placed source privy to the development told DawnNews...

    "It is crucial for the JIT members to receive the Supreme Court Panama implementation...

  • TRAVEL: UNDER THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

    Where does a Pakistani scuba diving aficionado go during ‘off’ season? Summers bring rough seas, waves, riptides and undercurrents in the Arabian Sea, so from mid-April till mid-September most of the Indian Ocean is out of the diving equation...

    Our season starts in autumn, goes through winter and continues till early spring — or ‘pre-summer’ as it’s known in Karachi
  • Travel agents protest new policy on Umrah

    RAHIM YAR KHAN: Local travel agents on Tuesday staged a demonstration against the Saudi government’s new policy requiring biometric verification of those desiring to proceed for umrah...

    Members of the Travel Agents Association (TAA), R Y Khan, gathered at the Bridge Chowk, holding banners against the new policy on the pilgrims...

  • Muslim advocates, legal org file suits over travel ban

    A coalition of Muslim and Iranian-American advocates and a nonpartisan legal institute filed the first lawsuits against the Trump administration's new travel restrictions for citizens of eight countries, including Iran, that were announced late last month...

    One lawsuit, filed Monday night in United States (US) District Court for the Southern District of Maryland on behalf of the Iranian Alliance Across Borders and six individuals,...

  • Malaysia bans travel to North Korea, football match postponed

    The travel ban prompted the region's football governing body to postpone for the third time an Asian Cup qualifier match between Malaysia and North Korea scheduled for Oct 5 in Pyongyang...

    Malaysia's foreign ministry cited North Korea's missile tests and related developments as the reasons for the travel ban and said it would last until further notice...

  • US ban on North Korea travel comes into effect

    Exemptions to the travel ban are available for journalists, Red Cross representatives, those travelling for humanitarian purposes, or journeys the State Department deems to be in the national interest of the United States...

    ”Other curious foreigners still travel to the North, and an art symposium in Pyongyang this week saw foreign artists, most of them European, working together with North Koreans...

  • Pakistanis feel the pinch of Trump's travel ban

    Data collected and analysed by Politico showed a "notable drop" in the number of visas issued to people from Muslim-majority countries overall, in addition to those targeted by Trump's travel ban, with Arab states among the hardest hit...

    A New York City-based partner at Withers Worldwide, an immigration law firm, Riaz Jafri, told Politico he found that many people from Muslim-majority countries now choose not to travel to the US... ...

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