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  • Face-to-face: what Clinton, Trump need to win first debate

    WASHINGTON: Neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump is the clear favourite as the two major-party candidates for the White House go head-to-head in their crucial first debate on Monday...

    The two candidates have been laying into each other for a year but have never appeared face-to-face on the same stage, just strides apart...

  • Face-to-face with Rohingya, pope ditches diplomacy

    Francis on Saturday explained his strategy: He said he would have never gotten his message across if he had launched into a public critique of the Rohingya offensive while on Burmese soil, saying doing so would have “slammed the door in their face” to any real dialogue...

    “It's true I didn't have the pleasure of slamming the door in their face publicly with a denunciation,” Francis told reporters en route home to Rome...

  • Saudi Arabia, Iran to discuss Syria war face-to-face

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Iran announced they would attend international talks in Vienna on Friday on the civil war in Syria, in the first meeting between the regional adversaries aimed at ending the four-year-long conflict in the country...

    Saudi Arabia’s participation in the talks was aimed at gauging the willingness of Russia and Iran, the Syrian government’s main backers, for a peace deal, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on...
  • Debate in US on Pakistan draws divergent views

    WASHINGTON: Building trust between Pakistan and the US is important for promoting peace in Af-Pak region, says Amba­ssador Aizaz Chaudhary as the debate on the new US policy for Afghan­istan and Pakistan intensifies...

    But Daniel Markey of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies argues that “Pakistan’s strategy of using proxies for protecting its interests in Afghanistan” prevents the proposed building of trust... ...

  • Book launch sees lively debate on Pakistan’s culture

    KARACHI: Pakistani Saqafat, an Urdu book on Pakistani culture by Uxi Mufti, launched at the Arts Council on Saturday evening stirred a debate on different aspects of culture...

    In the end he gave a reference to Mario Vergas Llosa’s book Notes on the death of culture in which the writer had suggested that advancement of technology and a global economic scenario had rendered the debate on culture redundant...

  • Royal Kohinoor: Why Pakistan should enter the debate but won’t

    Whenever Indians and Pakistanis feel nostalgic, exhausted by constant bickering over the Kashmir issue, Mumbai terror attacks, insurgency in Balochistan; there is one thing that is likely to end the debate — blaming it all on the British for their ‘divide and rule’ policy...

    The Kohinoor belonged to Ranjit Singh whose capital was Lahore, and his empire was predominantly in the area that is now part of Pakistan...

  • India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate: FO responds to Modi's allegations

    India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral debate and win victories on [its] own strength rather than [on] fabricated conspiracies, which are utterly baseless and irresponsible, said Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal on Monday...

    It was an issue of hot debate in newspapers and media yesterday that a meeting between former Pakistan high commissioner, former minister of external affairs of Pakistan, former vice...

  • Djokovic says ‘men should get more’ as debate over equal prize money blows up

    INDIAN WELLS: World number one Novak Djokovic has indicated men's tennis should get more prize money than women because it has more spectators as a new controversy over equality in the sport erupted...

    After winning the Indian Wells title for the fifth time, the Serbian star said tournament director Raymond Moore was wrong to say that women's tennis is riding on the coattails of the men's game
  • 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...
  • Workers want parliamentary debate on sell-off

    Gathered under the banner of the All Pakistan Wapda Hydro Electric Workers Union (CBA) at Peshawar, Mardan, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Multan, Rahim Yar Khan, Sukkur, Larkana, Hyderabad, Quetta and other cities, the protesters sought revamp of Wapda management instead of handing over its control to business tycoons as the experiment of privatising the Karachi Electric Supply Company had not borne fruit...

    Speaking on the...

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