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  • Job done, now job wanted for Robson-Kanu

    LILLE: Hal Robson-Kanu put Wales into a major tournament semi-final for the first time in their history with a superb goal on Friday but he has a challenge beyond facing Portugal — finding a new club...

    On the day his contract expired at English second-tier club Reading, the 27-year-old striker got a boost for a CV that a month ago looked like taking him nowhere fast as he battled an ankle injury to even make the Euro 2016 squad
  • BDS graduates protest denial of house job

    KOHAT: Students of Khyber Institute of Dental Sciences here on Tuesday launched a protest campaign against denial of house job to them after the announcement of results on June 3...

    They said house jobs had begun after the affiliation of colleges in other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council...

  • Balochistan senators protest against violation of job quota

    The issue came up when Mr Kakar, while referring to a reply to his question, said Balochistan and Fata had not been given any representation on the boards of various banks and commercial organisations, except the National Bank of Pakistan...

    “What we will do of Pakistan where the rights of Sindhis, Balochis and Pakhtuns are not protected?”Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement said the provinces were not...

  • Pakistan passes anti-honour killings and anti-rape bills

    ISLAMABAD: A joint session of the Parliament unanimously approved anti-honour killing and anti-rape bills moved by PPP Senator Farhatullah Babar on Thursday...

    Before moving the Anti-Rape Bill, Babar informed the joint session: "The bill will prove to be effective in curbing rape cases across the country...

  • Growers’ body says anti-Sindh, anti-Pakistan lobbies opposing dams

    HYDERABAD: Sindh Chamber of Agriculture (SCA) general secretary Zahid Bhurgari has said that anti-Sindh and anti-Pakistan lobbies wanted to destroy the farm sector of the province and the country by opposing plans of building dams while India is building reservoirs on the waters bordering Pakistan...

    If the dams were not built, Pakistan and Sindh would face severe water scarcity and the agriculture sector would be destroyed...

  • Pakistan registers protest against Bangladesh's 'undiplomatic language'

    The Foreign Office summoned the High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Islamabad on Thursday to register its protest against "the use of undiplomatic language" by Dhaka following a video controversy...

    On Wednesday, Bangladesh's foreign ministry had registered a protest with Pakistan's High Commissioner in Dhaka against a video posted on the Pakistan High Commission's webpage, saying that it reportedly "distorted historical facts" about...

  • Pakistan lodges protest with Bangladesh

    ISLAMABAD: The acting High Commissioner of Bangladesh was summoned to the Foreign Office on Monday to lodge protest on the statements issued by Bangladesh government recently, an FO statement said...

    Foreign Office Spokesperson Syed Qazi Khalilullah said the acting Bangladesh High Commissioner to Pakistan was summoned by Director General (South Asia and Saarc) and was informed that Pakistan rejected the baseless and unfounded...

  • Misbah perturbed by anti-Pakistan protest

    KARACHI: Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq on Wednesday expressed concerns following the recent anti-Pakistan protests in Mumbai, because Pakistan are scheduled to travel to India for the World T20 in March 2016...

    The scheduled meeting between BCCI president Shashank Manohar and PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan on Monday to discuss the proposed India-Pakistan series was disrupted by a group of 50 workers from regional political party Shiv Sena, who...

  • Bangladesh anti-corruption hotline gets thousands of calls in first week

    Bangladesh's new anti-corruption hotline has been overwhelmed with thousands of calls about acts of corruption in its first week, an official said on Thursday...

    Hotline number 106 was launched last Thursday by state authorities in an effort to crack down on graft in Bangladesh, which has been listed by a global watchdog as one of the world's most corrupt nations...

  • 2,000 more arrested in Bangladesh in anti-militant crackdown

    DHAKA: Bangladesh police have arrested an additional 2,000 suspected criminals including Islamist militants in an ongoing crackdown on extremists following a spate of gruesome murders, an officer said on Sunday...

    More than 3,000 people, including suspected ordinary criminals with existing warrants against them, were arrested on Saturday after police launched a controversial anti-militant drive across the Muslim-majority nation... ...

  • Bangladesh arrests ‘killer’ of anti-terrorism officer’s wife

    NEW DELHI: Bangladesh police said on Sunday they had arrested a man suspected of killing the wife of an anti-terrorism police officer, just weeks after she was stabbed and shot in the south-eastern city of Chittagong...

    “We suspect Wasim as the main killer who stabbed and shot dead Mahmuda [Begum],” Bahar said, referring to the wife of top Chittagong anti-terrorism police officer Babul Akter...

  • Bangladesh arrests popular satirist for anti-govt posts

    DHAKA: A popular satirical writer was arrested for posting articles poking fun at the government, an official said Friday, hours after Bangladesh's three-week ban on Facebook for security reasons was lifted...

    The page had gained popularity for its satirical take on Bangladesh's conservative society, as well as the country's rampant corruption and law and order problems...

  • Bangladesh arrests 1,700 in nationwide anti-drug drive

    DHAKA: Bangladesh has arrested 1,700 suspected drug traffickers in a major sweep as authorities try to curb a booming trade in methamphetamine along the country’s borders...

    ”Bangladesh has been struggling to control a huge surge in yaba crossing its southeastern border from Myanmar, where the cheap pills are manufactured by the hundreds of millions...

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