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  • Karachi ATC sentences MQM worker to life in prison for murdering 3 clerics in 2013

    An anti-terrorism court in Karachi on Monday sentenced a Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) worker to imprisonment for life after finding him guilty of involvement in the target killing of three clerics in Karachi in 2013...

    Four accused said to be associated with the MQM – Syed Haider Ali alias Police Wala, Asghar alias Kaka Banda, Wajahat alias Chikna and Syed Ali Hassan Zaidi – were detained after being charged with the murder of Mufti...

  • More mobile phones snatched in Karachi this year than in 2013

    KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah was on Tuesday informed that mobile phone snatching had increased during the current year as so far 14,051 cell phones were snatched compared to 12,187 in 2013 in Karachi...

    Terrorism, kidnapping for ransom downThe IGP also informed the CM that 61 incidents of terrorism took place in 2013 but in 2018 only two acts of terrorism occurred...

  • No water on Karachi's streets a result of Sindh govt's hard work, says minister

    Sindh Local Government Minister Jam Khan Shoro on Friday said there is no rain water on Karachi's road "as a result of the provincial government's proper planning and hard work"...

    They said that although the city had received heavy rain continuously, the sea was at high tide, and that Karachi lies below sea level, the streets had been cleared of accumulated rain water because main drains were cleansed...

  • By-election result to determine Karachi’s future, says Imran

    KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan said on Saturday the result of by-election for NA-246 constituency would determine the future of Karachi...

    Addressing a press conference at the residence of PTI leader Arif Alvi, he said his party had provided an opportunity to the people of Karachi to end the atmosphere of fear in their city and “to bring it back into mainstream politics”...

  • Trott ready to win 50th Test cap

    LONDON: Jonathan Trott believes his battle against depression has made him stronger and the former bedrock of England’s batting line-up is confident of winning his 50th Test cap in Monday’s first Test against the West Indies in Antigua...

    The 33-year-old has not played for England since quitting the Ashes tour in 2013-14 with stress-related problems...

  • HERITAGE: FAREWELL TO THE JINNAH CAP?

    Inside the labyrinth of Karachi’s Teen Hatti locality is a small, three-room house...

    Mohammad Sultan is one of the two or three surviving artisans of the karakul — the cap worn by the Quaid-i-Azam and the one which came to be known as the Jinnah Cap...

  • Stock market cap soars past record Rs10tr

    KARACHI: As the bulls continued to rampage on the stock market underpinned by the exuberance over the approaching entry of the KSE-100 index in the MSCI emerging-market index, stocks rallied by nearly 1,100 points, or 2...

  • An artist with many feathers in his cap

    One of elder brothers of Saeed Asghar was convinced that he should pursue his career as an artist and he took the young Asghar to Karachi and introduced him to his artist friend, Sheikh Ahmed...

    As a result, I wasn’t assigned any play for a long time...

  • Cap on KP’s hydropower profits

    A KP government official argued that the cap on hydropower profits was an injustice to the province...

    As a result, the province was deprived even of its previously capped share of Rs6bn, to say nothing of getting a higher share...

  • CAP digs out Pakistani cinema’s gold

    LAHORE: In an effort to recreate and celebrate the golden moments of cinema in Pakistan, the Citizens Archive of Pakistan (CAP) screened the 1960’s blockbuster ‘Armaan’ starring Waheed Murad and Zeba...

    It was the first fundraising event by CAP and the ticket was Rs1,200...

  • Small-cap stocks leading PSX volumes

    KARACHI: While celebrating Forbes Magazine’s ranking of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) ahead of the stock markets of China and India, excited investors on the PSX fell over each other on Friday in grabbing whatever they could lay their hands on...

    For most sessions since the start of this year, the second- and third-tier stocks have dominated the trading activity, with small-cap stocks almost always qualifying as the top-five...

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