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  • Great great great! Stunning win helps Windies smile again

    MUMBAI: West Indies captain Darren Sammy said he hopes to help Caribbean fans smile again by completing a unique hat-trick at the World Twenty20 after stunning India to reach the final...

    An emotional Sammy said the West Indies had their backs to the wall before shocking India by seven wickets to emulate their women's team, who also won their semi-final hours earlier...

  • Russia indictments dull Trump’s cry of ‘fake news’

    WASHINGTON: A wave of indictments has undercut Donald Trump’s attempts to paint allegations of collusion with Russia in his election as a media invention, with the White House admitting the probe is rattling the president...

    Trump counterpunched in typical fashion on Tuesday, a day after it was revealed that one of his campaign aides had admitted meeting Russians to get dirt on Hillary Clinton, and then lying about it to the FBI... ...

  • Erosion-hit people cry out for govt help

    LAYYAH: The residents of the areas threatened by Indus waters erosion have started moving to safer areas along with their belongings and cattle as river water level has started rising...

    According to locals, they have started moving their household items and livestock to safer areas on self-help basis in view of the rising Indus waters that play havoc every year in this season...

  • Family of girl tortured by teachers cry out for justice

    LAHORE: Two government teachers allegedly pushed a class-IX girl student from the third floor of the school building in Shahdara, causing her life-threatening injuries...

    The teachers, who have been booked for attempted murder case, reported to have committed the crime after the girl refused to “clean the classroom on her turn”...

  • Ramazan bazaars a far cry from govt claims of quality

    LAHORE: Mismanagement, eyewash or perhaps corruption are the reported hallmarks of majority of Ramazan bazaars across the province, eliciting complaints of under-weighing, overcharging and low quality of eatables...

    And while the government is concentrating on providing “quality eatables at affordable rates” to people in Ramazan bazaars, it appears to have given a carte blanche to the open market to charge at will...

  • A cry for calm hands

    Shooting-from-the-hip statements and responses remain dominant...

    Perhaps, the only contrasting example came from the Iranians after terrorists launched attacks on the country’s parliament and the tomb of Imam Khomeini who symbolises the 1979 revolution...

  • British athletes cry foul over flag-free kit

    LONDON: A number of British athletes have expressed dismay over the absence of a Union Jack flag on their kits for this month’s World Championships in Beijing...

    The design for Great Britain’s kits at the London 2012 Olympics incorporated the Union flag, but the new design does not, being mainly blue with a large white V at the top of the vest’s front...

  • Discussion on Punjab budget: Ruling party MPAs cry out against ‘discrimination’

    LAHORE: Legislators from the ruling PML-N and an allied party on Thursday took the Treasury in the Punjab Assembly by surprise by criticising the Punjab government for its alleged discrimination in resource distribution, not releasing development funds for their constituencies and ignoring social sector and agriculture during the current and next fiscal years...

    One of the ruling party MPAs also walked out of the House in protest...

  • ‘This is Sparta’ is Djokovic's battle cry

    NEW YORK: Novak Djokovic summoned some cinematic inspiration to help him conquer grand slam king Roger Federer and silence the roaring supporters of the Swiss at Sunday's US Open men's final...

    The Serb said after winning the titanic battle against Federer that he had watched the movie '300' the night before to put him in the mood, and had its star, Scottish actor Gerard Butler, in his player's box...

  • JuD’s new ‘Cyber Team’ a far cry from conservatism of old

    ISLAMABAD: At first glance, with their longish, untrimmed beards and shalwars hitched up to their ankles, members of the Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) cyber-team look a little out of place as they adeptly juggle their cameras, laptops, and smart phones...

    The young men, who now occupy a prominent place at JuD rallies and events as they film, stream and live tweet happenings, are also well versed in English and Urdu and both languages are used...

  • ‘Raped’ girl’s kin cry out for justice

    LAHORE: The family of an alleged rape victim has sobbed out its ordeal in the face of the Muzaffargarh police’s ‘reluctance’ to arrest the suspect...

    Reaching the chief minister’s office here on Wednesday, the victim’s uncle alleged that the Muzaffargarh police had refused to arrest the suspect, and threatened that all members of the family would commit suicide in case of further delay in action...

  • ‘Spilt milk’ makes traders cry

    LAHORE: A number of milk suppliers and sellers staged protest demonstrations and sit-ins in many parts of the city on Thursday against the Punjab Food Authority (PFA) for allegedly victimising them on the pretext of anti-adulteration drive...

    Having arrived from various villages and small towns of Kasur and Okara, they first started gathering on Multan Road (near EME/DHA) by their trucks and vans laden with milk containers and blocked...

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