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  • Three injured in grenade attack on Dunya TV office in Faisalabad

    FAISALABAD: Unidentified attackers hurled a hand grenade on the Faisalabad Bureau office of a local television channel Dunya News on Friday evening, injuring three people...

    According to Dunya News, the grenade attack outside their Faisalabad bureau left three of the channel's employees injured while windows and vehicles outside the office were damaged...

  • PSL franchises finalise 16-men squad for third edition

    More than 500 foreign and national cricketers were available for selection of the six teams that will compete in the 2018 Pakistan Super League (PSL) as the players draft for the third edition began in Lahore on Sunday...

    Mentioned below are the complete squads of the six teams participating in the third PSL edition...

  • More international stars join PSL for third edition

    Top international cricketers including Darren Bravo, Luke Ronchi and Albie Morkel are set to become a part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in its third edition, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Saturday...

    New signings will join the players who are still unpicked after being released at the end of retention window in the draft pool for PSL's third edition...

  • Qaumi Zaban’s Jamiluddin Aali edition published

    KARACHI: Urdu literary magazine Qaumi Zaban’s edition dedicated to the late poet and scholar Jamiluddin Aali was launched at the Anjuman Taraqqi-i-Urdu office on Saturday...

    Speaking on the occasion, Dr Fatema Hassan said the edition was not just a copy of a magazine but a document about the Anjuman because Aali had been associated with the organisation for a long time...

  • McCullum, Johnson likely to feature in PSL second edition

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is in the process to rope in former New Zealand Captain Brendon McCullum and former Aussie pacer Mitchell Johnson for the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL)...

    The first edition of the five-team tournament was held in February earlier this year and the second edition is expected to kick off the same month next year...

  • PCB finalises Doha for PSL’s inaugural edition

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced Doha, Qatar, as the venue for the first edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), slated to take place from Feb 4 to 24...

    The five-team tournament will take place in February next year with 24 matches scheduled to take place in the first edition...

  • Final edition of UK's Independent goes to print

    LONDON: Staff at The Independent sent their final edition to the printing presses on Friday before the 30-year-old British newspaper becomes available only in digital format...

    "The newspaper's Russian-born British owner, Evgeny Lebedev, who announced the closure of the print edition last month, wrote that journalism had “changed beyond recognition” and the newspaper “must change too”...

  • PSL is finally here: Inaugural edition kicks off with glitzy opening ceremony

    The players from the five teams from Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Karachi and Lahore strode out to the stadium in limos to the tune of their teams' anthems...

    The long-awaited first edition of the Pakistan Super League follows two previous attempts that fell through over a lack of sponsorship and the suspension of international cricket at home in the wake of a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team almost seven years ago...

  • Final edition of Independent goes to print

    LONDON: Staff at The Independent sent their final edition to the printing presses on Friday before the 30-year-old British newspaper becomes available only in digital format...

    The newspaper’s Russian-born British owner, Evgeny Lebedev, who announced the closure of the print edition last month, wrote that journalism had “changed beyond recognition” and the newspaper “must change too”...

  • New edition of Abdullah Hussein’s novel

    LAHORE: The Weary Generations (Udaas Naslein) has remained in print for more than 50 years and will be available for another hundred years, said iconic Urdu novelist Abdullah Hussein’s daughter Nur Fatima at the launch of the a new edition of English translation of novel (translated into English by Hussein himself) at Liberty Books on Friday...

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