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  • Fruit market traders protest entry fee, new licence

    ISLAMABAD: Fruit and vegetable market traders on Saturday held a protest against the market committee for directing them to get new licences and pay an entry fee on goods at the rate of 50 paisa per kilogramme...

    The traders in the Rawalpindi Sabzi Mandi only pay Rs1,600 per year as the licence fee...

  • Mall relaxes Rs100 entry fee stipulation after online criticism

    ISLAMABAD: Following a barrage of criticism on social media, the management of Islamabad’s largest shopping mall has apparently relented in its decision to impose a Rs100 entry fee...

    Earlier this week, Centaurus announced that all visitors to the mall would now have to purchase entry passes worth Rs100 each, before entering in the mall...

  • Arena resigns as US coach after World Cup failure

    CHICAGO: Bruce Arena, called upon last November to replace Jurgen Klinsmann as coach of the United States, resigned Friday, three days after the Americans failed to qualify for next year’s World Cup in Russia...

    The 66-year-old Arena, who guided the US team into the 2002 World Cup quarter-finals and also coached the squad into the 2006 World Cup, said failing to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1986 was a “major...

  • Manchester Arena attacker: student dropout known to UK security services

    MANCHESTER: Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber who killed 22 people in an attack in Manchester on Monday, was a university dropout with “proven” links to the militant Islamic State group...

    Born to a devoutly Muslim Libyan family in Britain’s third biggest city, officials said he was known to British security services and Financial Times reported he had turned to radical Islam
  • Afghan coach has long-term vision for Test arena

    MUMBAI: While Afghanistan celebrate their lofty status as a Test-playing nation, far away in Mumbai, head coach Lalchand Rajput is busy plotting how to instil a five-day temperament into a team more attuned to the hard-hitting nature of limited-overs cricket...

    In a historic decision on Thursday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) granted Afghanistan and Ireland full membership, putting them in an elite group of 12 sides permitted...
  • McCullum leaves one-day arena with strong legacy

    HAMILTON: Brendon McCullum’s One-day International career ended on Monday with the win over Australia, though the legacy of the aggressive right-hander is likely to have a much longer effect on the sport in New Zealand...

    The New Zealand captain, who made his debut against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in January, 2002, is retiring from all internationals after the second Test against Steve Smith’s side in Christchurch
  • Heavyweights enter KP’s electoral arena

    MINGORA: Key political leaders including Shahbaz Sharif, Imran Khan, Bilawal Bhutto, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Pervez Musharraf and Amir Muqam on Monday filed nomination papers in different districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to contest the coming general elections...

    PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif’s nomination papers were filed for NA-3 Swat-II by Zeyad Khan and Rana Asadullah Khan
  • Neighbourhood Club, Bounce Club win on opening day

    KARACHI: Hosts Neighbourhood Club and Bounce Club conjured up magnificent victories over their respective opponents on the opening day of Nasir Jamali memorial basketball tournament at the former floodlit court Clifton on Saturday...

    The pair of Shahmir and Muzammil guided Bounce Club get past Clifton Crossovers 42-17 in another one-sided fixture...

  • Bounce Club, Nishtar Club win basketball contests

    KARACHI: Bounce Club and Nishtar Club struggled to overcome Arambagh Club and Karsaz Club respectively on the opening day of the Sindh Sports Board (SSB) Ramazan Cup basketball tournament at Arambagh floodlit court on Monday night...

    After some ups and downs, Bounce Club carved out 43-39 point victory over Arambagh Club in extra time after both teams were locked 38-all in the regulation time...

  • Garden Club, Friends Club and City Sports win

    KARACHI: Garden Club, City Sports and Friends Club beat their respective rivals on Friday at the Abdul Razzak Arain Ramzan Night Rocball Tournament 2015 which is being played at the Mini Sports Complex, Nazimabad...

    The first semifinal will see City School facing Drigh Road Club while the second semifinal will feature Friends Club against Ghazi Club...

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