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  • Travels with a donkey

    A man losing his livelihood is not quite the news we are looking for? Or is it that it depends on who the man actually is and what mode of transport he uses and how big a cavalcade he travels in, before and after losing his job? After all, there are other jobless persons in this country who are found lecturing the masses about their indispensability and their right to return, through amendment and arm-twisting and confrontation when...

  • Trump heads to Paris but Russia scandal travels with him

    Hoping to find respite from the deepening scandal over alleged Russian involvement in the United States (US) elections, US President Donald Trump headed to Paris on Thursday...

    During a lightning visit full of pomp and ceremony, Trump will be the guest of honour at France's Bastille Day festivities after a trip to Napoleon's tomb and a Michelin-starred dinner at the Eiffel Tower
  • PL fixtures: Mourinho travels to Bournemouth, Guardiola hosts Sunderland

    LONDON: Jose Mourinho faces a trip to the seaside in his first Premier League game in charge of Manchester United as they face Bournemouth in the Premier League fixtures unveiled on Wednesday...

    His bitter rival from his days in charge of Real Madrid in Spain, former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola now in charge of city rivals Manchester City, will host Sunderland, who just escaped the drop last season
  • UN chief travels to Saudi Arabia

    UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will travel to Saudi Arabia on Sunday for a visit that comes amid a UN push for peace talks in Yemen, where Riyadh has been waging an air war...

    Mr Ban will be in Riyadh for talks with Saudi leaders and to attend the opening of a summit of Arab and South American countries, a UN statement said
  • ‘All my travels influence my paintings’

    The Argentine Embassy invited award winning artist, Gonzalo Sojo, to Pakistan to exhibit his work at the Satrang Gallery to celebrate 65 years of bilateral relations between the two countries...

    Mr Sojo says his works are often inspired by his travels and that he is sure the colours and motifs of the Badshahi Mosque will find their way into his paintings...

  • 'PM Khan does not want to trouble people when he travels', Naeemul Haq defends use of copter

    In a latest attempt to defend the move and provide plausible reasoning for Prime Minister Imran Khan's use of a helicopter for travel between his Banigala residence and the PM House, senior PTI leader Naeemul Haq tweeted on Thursday that the premier wants that "people should not be troubled when he travels"...

    "PM [Imran Khan] wants that no traffic sh[o]u[l]d be stopped on roads when he travels and people sh[o]u[l]d not be troubled......

  • FATF seeks to criminalise financing ‘terror travels’

    WASHINGTON: The Finan­cial Action Task Force (FATF) urged all member states on Wednesday to criminalise financing of terror-related travels...

    Last month, the global finance watchdog kept Pakistan off its blacklist but warned Islamabad it only had until February to improve or face international action...

  • Relationship with coach suffered after I played Diana Baig in WC, Sana Mir says

    Pakistan women's cricket team skipper Sana Mir in an open letter shared on Facebook on Thursday said that her relationship with the team coach suffered when she insisted on playing Diana Baig in the Women World Cup...

    Mir, in her rebuttal, said her "coordination with the coach suffered" when she insisted on playing a 'talented youngster' Diana Baig "who was in absolutely great form"...

  • Ex-senator Baig slams Sethi for Big Three goof-up

    ISLAMABAD: Ruling PML-N leader and former member of Senate Standing Committee on Sports, Senator Enver Baig said Pakistan Cricket Board failed to get any benefit from the BCCI by supporting the Big Three...

    Speaking to Dawn, Baig, a vocal sports critic, said the entire nation was given a wrong impression by Najam Sethi at the time of inking support for the Big Three back in 2014...

  • Kismet Baig, alas

    Lahore’s stage performer Kismet Baig’s brutal murder has again raised multiple questions about the unbridled use of weapons in our country and the kind of life that the artist community leads...

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