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  • Godil weaned off ventilator to 60pc: LNH spokesman

    KARACHI: Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) spokesman Anjum Rizvi said Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Rashid Godil was responsive to doctors after being weaned off the ventilator and sedatives, and had moved his hands and feet...

    Rashid Godil was critically wounded after unidentified armed men opened fire on his vehicle near his residence in Karachi's Bahadurabad area Tuesday...

  • Godil's condition is improving, but not out of danger: LNH spokesman

    KARACHI: Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) spokesman Anjum Rizvi on Friday said Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Rashid Godil's condition has been improving, but will not be considered out of danger and is under observation in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)...

    The MQM leader was critically wounded after unidentified armed men opened fire on his vehicle near his residence in Karachi's Bahadurabad area Tuesday...

  • Godil's life is out of danger: LNH spokesperson

    KARACHI: The condition of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Abdul Rashid Godil has stabilised and his life is out of danger, according to a statement issued by Liaquat National Hospital spokesperson, Anjum Rizvi, on Tuesday...

    Addressing media personnel, LNH spokesperson said that Godil's condition has gradually improved and he was able to walk with the assistance of doctors...

  • Sattar’s condition improving fast, say LNH doctors

    KARACHI: Doctors at the Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) on Monday said the condition of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan chief was ‘satisfactory’ and that they would decide about discharging him from the hospital after three days keeping in view the pace of improvement in his health...

    Dr Sattar, his assistant and three guards suffered injuries late on Sunday evening when his bulletproof car crashed near the Nooriabad...

  • Comment: Cricket craze reaches its zenith in Karachi

    “I am not outgoing and I tend to avoid public places because everything is so crowded in Karachi and the traffic too is crazy,” a stereotypical Karachiite, with furrows on forehead from frequent frowning, told Dawn on the morning of March 15...

    Come to think of it, Karachi is unlikely to get much (or any) economic benefit out of it...

  • Comment: A Test win to savour despite lapses

    Pakistan’s domination right from the first day of the second Test finally brought them a sensational and a well-deserved result in the final stages of the game which at one time appeared like slipping away from them as England stoutly defended in quest for a great escape...

    But it is also a fact that had it not been for the lost opportunities and lapses in the field, this win could have been a walk in the park for Pakistan bowlers on a...
  • Comment: Pakistan cricket team – the way forward

    As is now customary after every World Cup debacle, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed its commitment to take necessary steps to bring the national cricket team’s performances up to a respectable level...

    In this connection, a new selection committee and a new captain have already been appointed and a new look team announced for the Bangladesh series has now landed in Dhaka
  • COMMENT: Pakistan batsmen seem resigned to their fate

    HAVING watched eight days of Test cricket in this brief two-match Test series, I am now more than convinced that this Pakistan batting line-up is in urgent need of oxygen to liven up the quality of their play which from innings to innings seem to be going downhill...

    It also makes me think whether the Sri Lankans are as good as on show or whether Pakistan batting is too poor to be rated as a quality Test outfit
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