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  • IMF chief Christine Lagarde to visit Pakistan in October

    ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde is set to visit Pakistan in October, the first such visit by an IMF head in several years...

    Confirmation of Lagarde's visit comes weeks after the international lender cleared payment to Pakistan of a final $102 million tranche in a $6...

  • Lady Gaga sans makeup

    It has been six months since the quirky but attractive Lady Gaga got engaged to Taylor Kinney...

    Every showbiz critic was keeping an eye on her as to what changes would engagement bring into her life
  • Federer brushes aside Nadal for Shanghai title

    SHANGHAI: Roger Federer brushed aside world number one Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-3 to win the Shanghai Masters on Sunday and register his fourth victory of the year over his Spanish rival...

    The Swiss world number two beat Nadal in the finals of the Australian Open and Miami Masters and in the last 16 at Indian Wells earlier this year, and never looked like losing to his long-time rival in Shanghai, firing 10 aces as he cruised to victory
  • India brushes off concerns over gold import spike — for now

    MUMBAI: Weak oil and commodity prices are offsetting concerns at India’s central bank over the impact of a spike in gold imports on the broader economy, officials say, even as the industry forecasts another three months of strong buying...

    A more sustained increase in bullion imports after June, however, could cause concern, a policymaker said
  • Shaharyar brushes off rumours Zimbabweans were bribed to tour

    KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has rubbished allegations that they bribed the Zimbabwean players to tour Pakistan for a short limited-overs series last month...

    Shaharyar has that while it had paid around $500,000 to Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) to cover their expenses for the tour but was quick to add that it was unfortunate there had been talk about players being bribed to tour Pakistan...

  • Haroon brushes aside Amir's early return to international cricket

    Speaking about speculations that the Pakistan Cricket Board was not happy about the performances of T20 captain Shahid Afridi, Haroon said that the selectors have full faith in the country's star all-rounder...

    Pakistan won the recently concluded T20 series against Zimbabwe with Afridi scoring just two runs in each match...

  • The toss: Miandad brushes aside Ponting, Waugh suggestions

    ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad on Wednesday advised the International Cricket Council (ICC) against considering calls by former players to rid Test cricket of the toss...

    But Miandad, who played 124 Tests for Pakistan, said that discarding toss may prove to be another blow to Test cricket after the influx of T20 cricket...

  • Champion Serena brushes off Australian Open injury concerns

    MELBOURNE: Serena Williams brushed off concerns about her fitness on Saturday and declared herself “at 130 per cent” for her Australian Open title defence...

    The 21-times grand slam singles champion has played almost no competitive tennis since the US Open last September and pulled out of the Hopman Cup two weeks ago with knee inflammation
  • Battle of the brushes

    It was Frederick Spotts’s book Hitler and the Power of Aesthetics rather than the seven videos that I saw on You Tube about the art of the German dictator, Adolf Hitler, that gave me the idea to compare the paintings of the Fuhrer with that of the other great icon of the early 20th century — Winston Churchill...

    Neither was regarded as being a great artist
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