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  • Pakistan's arms not for decoration, Khawaja Asif tells India

    ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday said if forced into war by India, Pakistan will respond in a befitting manner, adding that “our arms are not meant for decoration...

    “By issuing provocative statements, Indian politicians want to distract Pakistan’s attention from the war on terror,” he said, adding that India had been “promoting terrorism in Pakistan...

  • The art of fine dining

    Where there is a fad, there is sure to be a business opportunity...

    In recent years, ‘gluten-free’ has become the new, cool health mantra that has swept the United States, and is now conquering supermarket shelves across the UK
  • Jinnah Express dining car fire disrupts schedule

    LAHORE: The Karachi-bound Jinnah Express train’s dining car caught fire near the Harrapa railway station in Sahiwal on Tuesday, causing suspension of the rail traffic for hours on the main line-1 (ML-1) between Lahore-Khanewal sections...

    “The fire erupted in the 32-down Jinnah Express’s dining car around 4pm when it was passing the Harrapa railway station on its way to Karachi...

  • World T20: No room for experiments in Pakistan squad, says Shaharyar

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan slammed the fitness levels of Pakistan's limited- overs squad but cautioned the team management against too many 'experiments' in the Twenty20 side with World Championship in India just four months away...

    Khan, who was speaking to the media on Thursday amid reports of divisions within the Pakistan camp, clarified that all 'stake holders were on the same track' and team selections...

  • No room for extremism in Quaid’s Pakistan: PM

    “The present democratic government has resolved to leave no stone unturned to make the country the Quaid’s Pakistan in a real sense,” he said in a message on the 68th death anniversary of the Father of the Nation...

    The prime minister said the best way of paying tribute to him was to strive for making Pakistan a peaceful, moderate, welfare and developed Islamic state in accordance with his vision...

  • Bodies of man, woman recovered from hotel room in Bahawalpur

    Police on Monday recovered bodies of a man and woman, who had allegedly been shot dead, from a hotel room in Bahawalpur, DawnNews reported...

    The hotel's manager informed the police that the couple had claimed to be husband and wife and told him that they had a doctor's appointment in the evening and hence needed a room to stay till then...

  • Vegas gunman transferred $100K, set up cameras at hotel room

    The Las Vegas gunman transferred $100,000 overseas in the days before the attack and planned the massacre so meticulously that he even set up cameras inside the peephole of his high-rise hotel room and on a service cart outside his door, apparently to spot anyone coming for him, authorities said on Tuesday...

    Lombardo said he is "absolutely" confident authorities will find out what set off Paddock, a 64-year-old high-stakes gambler...

  • No room for the truth

    — Zafar Ali KhanMUCH water has flown under the bridge, assuming that what flows into the Ravi these days is water, since Khawaja Asif began to be lambasted for speaking truthfully about some of the problems that involvement in the Afghanistan conflict has saddled Pakistan with...

    Maybe, the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services should do something in this regard...

  • The dragon in the room

    A SOUTH ASIAN crisis is still brewing after US Secretary Rex Tillerson’s speed visits to Afghan­istan, Pakistan and India...

    The brief encounter in Islamabad confirmed the gulf in Pakistan-US positions...

  • No dressing room help for Perera: SLC

    KOLKATA: Sri Lankan cricket board on Sunday defended Dilruwan Perera after television replays suggested the batsman looked to the dressing room during a delayed review call in the first Test against India...

    Although the Indian players did not complain, there was speculation — including from television commentators — that he had received advice from the Sri Lankan dressing room...

  • New driving licence plan ‘leaves little room to cut corners’

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has approved a scheme declaring five steps including a four-hour period in its driving school and 40-hour road training mandatory for every applicant to get a licence...

    Moreover, every applicant will have to undergo a vision/eye test under the new scheme titled ‘Punjab Driving Education Centres’
  • No room for liberals

    Some were convinced that India was headed the ‘Pakistan way’ or maybe the ‘Bangladeshi way’ where rationalist bloggers who have taken on religious fundamentalism have been killed with impunity and any criticism of the political right is fraught with dire consequences...

    This Hindutva machismo is reflected in Modi’s dealings with Pakistan...

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