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  • ‘Pakistan have edge over Slovenia in Davis Cup’

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Davis Cup team coach Muhsaf Zia is expecting a close contest in Pakistan-Slovenia tie scheduled to be played at the Pakistan Sports Complex’s tennis courts here next month...

    Pakistan is going to hosts Slovenia in Davis Cup tie here on March 6-7...

  • Pakistan face Slovenia today amid inclement weather

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan take on Slovenia in the Davis Cup Asia Oceania playoff starting here at the Pakistan Sports Complex on Friday amid inclement weather conditions in the federal capital...

    Federal Minister for Inter-provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr Fehmida Mirza on Thursday welcomed the Slovenian team to Pakistan for the Davis Cup tie...

  • Aisam, Aqeel help Pakistan blank Slovenia

    ISLAMABAD: Seasoned campaigners Aisam-ul-Haq and Aqeel Khan showed their class and experience again on Monday as Pakistan blanked Slovenia 3-0 in the World Group I playoff here at the Pakistan Sports Complex...

    Though Monday was the last alternate day to decide the fate of the tie but Pakistan’s aging duo made full use of home conditions and their vast experience on grass-court to stun the Slovenian players to register a fantastic 3-0...

  • Rooney sees off Slovenia, Del Bosque wins 100th match

    Rooney moved to the brink of matching Bobby Charlton’s England scoring milestone of 49 goals by clinching a 3-2 victory over Slovenia...

    The two strikes in Ljubljana by the Arsenal midfielder wiped out Slovenia’s 1-0 halftime lead, which Milivoje Novakovic had provided...

  • Rare 'baby dragon' hatches in Slovenia

    The strange, slithery creatures inside Slovenia's Postojna cave were once considered living proof that dragons existed, prompting locals to give it a wide berth...

    Weldt and his team hope the new arrivals will help to shed fresh light on the enigmatic olm, which has become a national symbol and even featured on Slovenia's currency before the euro was introduced...

  • Slovenia to deploy army on Croatia border to tackle migrant influx

    PETISOVCI: Slovenia said on Saturday it would deploy soldiers to assist police “with logistics and equipment” at the border with Croatia to help tackle the influx of migrants arriving after Hungary shut its frontier...

    “The army’s assistance does not mean there is an extraordinary situation in Slovenia, but that the government wants to manage the situation at the border...

  • 20 Pakistani migrants found in Slovenia van crash: police

    Police in Slovenia say they have found 20 migrants from Pakistan in a van that crashed after entering the country illegally from Croatia...

    The United Nation's International Organisation for Migration (IOM) recently estimated that the number of migrants and refugees travelling from Pakistan along the Central and Eastern Mediterranean routes for asylum and jobs in parts of Eastern Europe has been increasing since 2016...

  • Pakistan affirms solidarity with Palestine, urges US to refrain from shifting embassy to Jerusalem

    Pakistan on Wednesday reaffirmed full solidarity with the Palestinian people and expressed concern over the proposed move by the United States to shift its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, saying “such a step would constitute a clear violation of international law and UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions”...

    A statement issued by the Prime Minister Office stated that shifting the US embassy to the “occupied City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif...

  • Michelle Obama visits Pakistan Embassy in DC for first time

    WASHINGTON DC: In a first, United States First Lady Michelle Obama visited the Pakistan Embassy in Washington on Friday and Pakistan's Ambassador to US Jalil Abbas Jilani shared pictures of the visit on Twitter...

    "It was an absolute delight hosting FLOTUS at Pakistan House today," Ambassador Jilani wrote in a Twitter post...

  • Pakistan embassy in Brussels honours terror attack victims

    ISLAMABAD: A minute of silence was observed at the Embassy of Pakistan in Brussels to honour victims of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks...

    Most activities planned in connection with Pakistan Day celebrations were cancelled because of the blasts in Brussels, in which more than 30 people were killed and scores injured...

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