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  • Pakistan to abandon ‘smart watches’ after ICC probe

    LONDON: Pakistan will give up wearing ‘smart watches’ after being told to ditch them by the International Cricket Council (ICC) as an anti-corruption measure during the opening day’s play of the first Test against England here at Lord’s on Thursday...

    Although there is no suggestion of impropriety, that Pakistan’s Asad Shafiq and Babar Azam were seen wearing what appeared to be ‘smart watches’ concerned the ICC...

  • RAW paid Raymond Davis to write anti-Pakistan book, says Rehman Malik

    ISLAMABAD: Terming CIA contractor Raymond Davis’s book, The Contractor, a pack of lies, former interior minister Rehman Malik has claimed that India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) had paid Davis to write the book in order to malign Pakistan’s army and democratic institutions...

    Mr Malik claimed that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government and the military establishment had decided not to release Davis till he was acquitted by...

  • Raymond Davis pens tell-all on 2011 Pakistan incident

    Raymond Davis — United States citizen and ex-Central Intelligence Agency employee who sparked a diplomatic storm in Pakistan in 2011 after shooting dead two young men in Lahore — has written a book about his experience...

    In his memoir, titled The Contractor: How I Landed in a Pakistani Prison and Ignited a Diplomatic Crisis, Davis talks in detail about his experience in Pakistan...

  • Nokia 3310 launches in Pakistan this week

    Pakistanis will take a stroll down memory lane with the launch of the much-loved Nokia 3310 on Friday...

    The Nokia 3310 is priced at 49 Euros in Europe and local users can expect its price in Pakistan to be around the same amount, at approximately Rs5,700...

  • All-new Nokia 3310 launched in Pakistan

    The much-awaited Nokia 3310 has finally been launched in Pakistan, HMD Global stated in a press release on Friday...

    The original Nokia 3310, considered legendary for its hardiness, was a rugged handset with a battery life lasting weeks...

  • New Nokia phones to launch in Pakistan by end-June

    KARACHI: HMD Global, the company that owns the rights to use Nokia’s brand on mobile phones, will launch its new phones in Pakistan within the next three months, Per Ekman, its vice-president for the Middle East and North Africa region, announced on Tuesday...

    “Pakistan is a key market for us,” Mr Ekman said, adding that the new sets — three smartphones (Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3) and the new version of the iconic 3310 — will offer...

  • Webb posts 11 luxury watches, three cars to secure $10m bond

    The indicted football official is providing 11 luxury watches to secure the $10 million bond that provided his release from custody along with his wife’s wedding ring, three opulent cars and 10 properties...

    According to an order filed Monday setting the conditions for release, Webb secured the bond with a five Rolex watches plus a Cartier Roadster, Hublot, Breitling, Panerai, Royal Oak Offshore and Luminor Marina...

  • Costa watches Griezmann fire Atletico into second spot

    MADRID: Diego Costa watched on from the directors’ box as Atletico Madrid leapfrogged Sevilla into second in La Liga thanks to goals from Yannick Carrasco and Antoine Griezmann in a 2-0 win at the Wanda Metropolitano on Saturday...

    Costa’s drawn out move back to Atletico from Chelsea was finally agreed on Thursday, but the striker isn’t allowed to feature until the January transfer window opens
  • Tendulkar watches rugby in Rio as cricket remains outside the Games

    RIO DE JANEIRO: The sight of cricketing great Sachin Tendulkar sitting in the stands on the first morning of the Rio Games rugby competition on Saturday was a reminder that at least one major international sport remains outside the Olympic embrace...

    Accompanied by International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, India's greatest sporting icon watched the opening matches of a shortened version of a sport that has some parallels...
  • India watches for deadly virus as lion deaths spike

    Ten endangered Asiatic lions have died in the last two weeks in India, authorities confirmed on Tuesday, four of them from a virus that killed around 1,000 lions in Tanzania in the 1990s...

    The new deaths take the toll at the Gir sanctuary in the western Gujarat state, home to India's entire population of around 500 wild Asiatic lions, to 21 since September
  • Babar Azam watches Kohli's game to fine-tune batting

    Babar holds the key for Pakistan against old foes India in Manchester on Sunday and the batsman has been fine-tuning his game by watching videos of the supremely talented Kohli...

    Babar showed his class by scoring a brilliant 63 in Pakistan's 348-8 when they beat pre-tournament favourites England earlier in the World Cup...

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