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  • Last chance saloon for Pakistan to nip a blip in the bud

    It's funny how the Pakistan cricket team does not just represent Pakistan, it is the actual living embodiment of Pakistan...

    He may be lacking in the confidence department, he may not have the technique or the temperament for the longest format, but he is still in line to make his Test debut for Pakistan...

  • 'IS recruiters target the weak': Belgium's bid to nip radicalisation in the bud

    MOLENBEEK: In the troubled Moleenbeek district of Brussels, politician Sarah Turine is on the frontline of her own war to stop the sons of Belgian families going off to Syria to join the militant Islamic State group's fighters...

    The first step is often to send a sociologist and psychologist to try to re-establish the link between the troubled young man and his family
  • Society: Nipped in the bud

    According to the Pakistan Labour Force Statistics (PLFS) 2012-2013, of the country’s estimated 180 million people, only 12...

    “Only two kinds of women pursue careers after marriage in Pakistan, those who are passionate or needy...

  • Pakistan, Sri Lanka reshuffle pack for Pallekele Test

    PALLEKELE: Pakistan and Sri Lanka will ring in several changes, most of them forced on them, in a bid to win the decisive third and final Test starting in Pallekele on Friday...

    Both sides are pulling out all the stops to break the 1-1 deadlock after Pakistan won the first Test by 10 wickets and Sri Lanka responded with a seven-wicket victory in the second...

  • BBC story on 'Pakistan's secret human rights abuses' a pack of lies: ISPR

    The military's media wing on Monday issued a strongly worded response to a BBC story that documented alleged human rights abuses in the tribal areas of former Fata, and termed the report a "pack of lies"...

    The BBC story published on June 2, titled Uncovering Pakistan's secret human rights abuses, looks into Pakistan's long battle with militants as part of the post-9/11 "war on terror" and carries the accounts of locals as well as the...

  • Pack up!

    The filming for an upcoming Pakistani film Punjab Nahin Jaongi has finished...

    Now that the shooting part is taken care of, it is expected that the film (whose title translates into English as ‘I will not go to Punjab’), directed by Nadeem Baig, will hit the cinema screens by Eid
  • Mark Siegel’s claims ‘pack of lies’, says Musharraf

    Denying having made that call, Mr Musharraf said he had called Ms Bhutto only once, in October 2007 after her return to Pakistan...

    Mr Musharraf said: “It is also extremely mystifying as to why former president Zardari, who Mark Siegel claims was also present with Ms Bhutto when she received this threatening phone call from me, has never mentioned it and did not pursue this claim aggressively while he was the president of Pakistan for...

  • Furious Ajmal asked to 'pack up' academy

    FAISALABAD: Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal has threatened to burn the equipment of his academy if the Faisalabad Agriculture University did not reopen the facility on which Ajmal has claimed to have spent Rs...

    “I am now being asked to pack up and leave the academy,” he said...

  • Ghazanfar, Zohaib lead the pack in Punjab Amateur Golf

    LAHORE: The three-day Coca Cola Punjab Amateur Golf 2015 commenced here at the Royal Palm Golf Course on Friday...

    Many of the leading amateur golf players teed off on the day but those who impressed include Ghazanfar Mehmood (Rawalpindi), Zohaib Asif (DHA), Wazir Ali (Gymkhana) and Muhammed Naeem (Abbotabad)
  • UAF asks Saeed Ajmal to pack up cricket academy

    FAISALABAD: The University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) administration has stopped Saeed Ajmal from running the cricket academy on its campus...

    The issue hit the headlines in August 2015 when the UAF asked the cricketer to wind up the academy because of alleged irregularities but he was allowed to resume activities within few days on public pressure
  • The leader of the pack — Wahab relishing new role

    DUBAI: Paceman Wahab Riaz was delighted over leading Pakistan's attack on the third day of the second Test against England on Saturday, saying that fulfilling expectations placed on him was his main goal...

    The 30-year-old spearhead grabbed 4-66 to wreck England for 242 in their first innings, giving Pakistan an important lead of 136 in the first innings at Dubai stadium...

  • Mark Siegel's statement a pack of lies, says Musharraf

    ISLAMABAD: Former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has rejected the statement of American journalist and lobbyist Mark Siegel and termed it as a pack of lies, according to a statement released on Friday...

    “Mark Seigel’s statement is a conspiracy by anti-Pakistan elements and our enemies want to use the statement against Pakistan,” stated the former army chief...

  • Taj Mahal to go under scaffold for ‘mud pack’

    AGRA: Scaffolding will cover the Taj Mahal’s main dome next year while a “mud pack” is applied to its yellowing marble, authorities said on Thursday as they battle the effects of smog on the country’s top tourist attraction...

    “This is a part of the cleaning process through mud-pack therapy and is presently being undertaken at the eastern wall of main mausoleum of Taj,” said Bhuvan Vikram of the Archaelogical Survey of India (ASI), a...

  • Tears and uncertainty as Turkish staff pack up to leave

    In August this year, Pakistan promised Turkey’s visiting Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that it would honour his request to look into the matter of the Pak-Turk International Schools’ alleged links with US-based cleric Gulen...

    Now, finding themselves in the midst of a political battle they want nothing to do with, hundreds of Turkish citizens, many of whom have lived in Pakistan since 1995, move to wrap up their lives at a few...

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