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  • Anam Amin’s magical spell sinks Bangladesh

    KARACHI: Anam Amin’s magical display with the ball provided the winning touch as Pakistan beat Bangladesh by six wickets in the 2nd ODI to clinch the two-match series 2-0 at the Southend Club Ground in Karachi on Tuesday...

    The 23-year-old left-arm spinner, Anam, ended with figures of 10-5-7-4, as Pakistan restricted Bangladesh to a meager 123 after the tourists elected to bat first...

  • Anam, Bismah lead Pakistan to ODI series win

    KARACHI: For the second time in three days Bismah Maroof and Anam Amin combined together to seal Bangladesh’s fate as Pakistan women cricketers completed a 2-0 One-day International clean sweep against the tourists by winning the second game at the Southend Club Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday...

    Bismah scored 92 and left-arm spinner Anam claimed three wickets for 25 runs in Sunday’s 20-run win...

  • Copyrights feud: Khaled Anam upset with 'Peera Ho' in Moor

    Following the Bhar Do Jholi Meri furore, actor-singer Khaled Anam has taken to social media to voice his objection to the cover of his song 'Peera Ho' in upcoming film Moor without his consent...

    'Peera Ho', one of the Khaled Anam's classics, was featured in the popular show Mystery Theatre and is remembered for its eerie vibes...

  • REVIEW: The Footprints of Partition by Anam Zakaria

    ANAM Zakaria’s The Footprints of Partition: Narratives of Four Generations of Pakistanis and Indians is an honest and sensitive investigation into Pakistan’s traumatic birth...

    ”Having said that, Anam is quick to distance herself from any romantic notions of the past: “It is my understanding that Partition was too complex an event and the pre-Partition years too multi-layered to be neatly packed into categories of hate or friendship,...

  • Extreme weather drives late-night shopping in Rawalpindi, Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Extreme weather in Rawalpindi and Islamabad has changed the shopping pattern this Ramazan, and even the corporate brands are keeping their outlets open late at night ignoring the official timings...

    “We always used to do shopping during the day as it’s easy because of limited traffic and the fact that male members of the family are at work,” said Sadaf Zehra, a resident of Rawalpindi...

  • Govt Degree College, Bahauddin Zakariya University triumph

    In the first match played at the Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad, Govt Degree College beat ISRA University by seven wickets...

    In reply, Govt Degree College reached the target in the 15th over for the loss of three wickets with Daniyal (58), Misbah (23) and Asif (21) batted well and never allowed the ISRA bowlers too dominate...

  • Degree college in Kohat without water, electricity

    KOHAT: The government degree college, Gumbat, completed at a cost of Rs140 million a year ago is still without water and electricity, which has been adversely affecting the students...

    “We are now waiting for a divine help for the provision of basic facilities in the college after getting disappointed with the Pesco, college administration, Public Health Engineering Department, and MPA Amjid Afridi, advisor to the chief minister, who...

  • Bara degree college reopens after seven years

    LANDI KOTAL: The Kohi Sher Haider Degree College in Bara was reopened on Tuesday after remaining closed for seven years owing to militancy and military operations in the region...

    Hundreds of students from different parts of Bara attended classes at the college while a large number of candidates submitted their applications for fresh admission...

  • NAB launches probe against Bahria Town megaprojects in Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi

    In accordance with the orders of the apex court, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has launched a formal probe against Bahria Town Karachi, Bahria Town Lahore and Bahria Town Rawalpindi, according to a press release issued by the watchdog on Monday...

    Take a look: Bahria Town Karachi: Greed unlimitedOn May 4, the Supreme Court, in three hard-hitting verdicts against the real estate empire, had declared the procurement of land...

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