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  • Bangladesh battle for survival in Hyderabad Test

    HYDERABAD: India’s bowlers led by spinner Ravichandran Ashwin tightened the noose on Sunday on Bangladesh, who face an uphill battle for survival on a final-day track in the one-off Test in Hyderabad...

    Ashwin, who became the fastest bowler to claim 250 Test wickets during Bangladesh’s first innings, struck twice in the visitors’ chase to take his wickets tally to 252 in his 45th match...

  • 36 Tableeghi Jamaat members test positive in Hyderabad

    Authorities in Sindh on Monday reported 36 coronavirus cases of local transmission among members of the Tableeghi Jamaat in Hyderabad...

    Hyderabad now has 43 cases of Covid-19, out of which 36 cases were confirmed among the Jamaat members today, according to Meeran Yousuf, media coordinator to the Sindh health and population welfare minister...

  • 10 family members of Covid-19 infected cop test positive in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: Ten family members of a virus-infected policeman tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, drawing calls from police authorities for conducting more tests in the locality where the cop’s family was living to avert further spread of the contagion...

    The six remaining patients belonged to districts other than Hyderabad where a total number of 19 patients were admitted to Liaquat University Hospital’s (LUH) isolation ward as...

  • Sharapova starts to count cost of failed drug test, likely ban

    BERLIN: Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer said on Tuesday it was severing ties with Maria Sharapova as the world’s highest-paid female athlete started to count the cost of a failed drug test and likely ban from tennis...

    The failed drug test at January’s Australian Open, one of four annual Grand Slam events, will be costly for her at a time when sports bodies and sponsors are taking a tough line following a series of corruption and doping...

  • Comment: Indisciplined batting cost Pakistan the Sharjah Test

    West Indies’ fabulous victory in the final Test here on Thursday was undoubtedly a parting gift for a team which was otherwise at the receiving end from the start of this series against Pakistan, having lost all the eight matches prior to the third Test, including the ODIs and the T20s besides the two Tests at Dubai and Abu Dhabi respectively...

    But to bounce back and dominate the proceedings throughout this third and final Test is...

  • Proposal dislodges front-running Blazing Heart at first day/night encounter

    LAHORE: The favourite three-year-old bay filly, Proposal, came home rushing from behind to dislodge front-running colt, Blazing Heart, and win the feature event run over 900 metres during the first day/night Lahore Summer Meeting at the flood-lit Racecourse here on Sunday evening...

    Trained by Amjad Ali (II) and donning the red-white silks of Sohrab Khan’s stable, Proposal gained momentum of speed while entering the home stretch...

  • Finland’s floundering economy at heart of election debate

    HELSINKI: Finns go to the polls on April 19 in legislative elections widely expected to oust the country’s left-right coalition amid growing discontent over a floundering economy undergoing a painful restructuring...

    Conservative Prime Minister Alexander Stubb, who has headed the government since June when he replaced his predecessor Jyrki Katainen, has a dire report card to show Finns: a year of economic stagnation in 2014 after two...
  • COLUMN: HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

    I recently met up with British-Pakistani author Qaisra Shahraz at her house in Manchester to discuss The Concubine and the Slave-Catcher: Stories From Around the World — her new cosmopolitan collection spanning 25 years of Shahraz’s writing life, covering various timelines and countries...

    In the collection’s first story ‘The Escape’, Samir, an elderly Pakistani man living in Manchester for decades, dreams of his previous life
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