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  • Ex-Sindh champion Faizan stuns Shahram

    KARACHI: Former Sindh champion Mohammad Faizan created a sensation when he humbled Islamabad-based eighth seed Shahram Changezi in the ninth National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) Ranking Snooker Cup at the bank’s sports complex on Wednesday...

    Faizan, 30, demonstrated awesome form to whip Changezi 4-1 in group H match...

  • Faizan wins to deny Sri Lanka golden sweep

    KARACHI: Hosts Pakistan earned some consolation when promising Faizan Zahoor clinched gold in cadet boys’ singles to deny formidable Sri Lanka a clean sweep as the curtain fell on the four-nation South Asian Cadet and Junior Table Tennis Championships at the multi-purpose gymnasium of Habib Public School on Sunday...

    The 13-year-old Faizan, a native of Kamalia in Punjab, brushed aside Sri Lankan Harshana Karadawala 11-9, 11-4, 11-7 in...

  • Faizan among hundred youngsters vying for TT honours

    KARACHI: Promising Faizan Zahoor, who clinched a gold to deny Sri Lanka a clean sweep in the South Asian junior and cadet table tennis championships here last month, is among 100 young boys and girls who are vying for honours in the 23rd PSO 23rd junior and cadet national table tennis championships which commenced at Islamia Club on Saturday...

    Pak Army bt Sindh 3-2Fahad Khuwaja lost to Hamza Godil 9-11, 11-7, 8-11, 11-8, 9-11; Obaid...

  • Faizan clinches Sindh Snooker Cup

    KARACHI: Former champion Faizan Ahmed brushed aside experienced Sultan Mohammad 6-2 to win the Sindh Snooker Cup for the second time in his career here on Sunday...

    Faizan received a purse of Rs40,000 and winning trophy while Sultan earned Rs20,000 and runner-up trophy from Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) president Mohammad Shariq Vohra...

  • Mubasir, Faizan, Khurram hog limelight at Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

    KARACHI: Day three of the opening-round action in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy solely belonged to a trio of batters for obvious reason...

    Faizan Riaz and Mubasir Khan both duly converted overnight 50s into centuries while powering Northern to 472-6 — a lead of 135 over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa — at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore...

  • PIA captain, two others issued notices for overloaded Karachi-Madina flight

    The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has issued show-cause notices to a pilot and two others officials for loading seven extra passengers on a Karachi-Madina flight on January 20, in a violation of air safety regulations, sources said Monday...

    The Boeing 777 aircraft (Reg No: AP BID) has a seating capacity of 409, including jump seats, while flight PK-743 carried 416 passengers from Karachi to Madina...

  • Madina Market traders call off sit-in

    RAWALPINDI: The Madina Market traders have called off the sit-in scheduled to be held at Fawwara Chowk on Saturday against non-payment of compensation money...

    He said the government was reconstructing the shopping complex of Taleemul Quran, and the shops would be handed over to the shopkeepers by next month...

  • Pakistani among 46 arrested for link to Madina bombing

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s security forces said on Sunday they had arrested 46 people for their suspected link to a terrorist cell responsible for a stunning attack outside Masjid-i-Nabwi, in Madina, last year...

    The ministry previously identified the Madina bomber as a Saudi national and the Jeddah bomber as a Pakistani resident...

  • 180 shops in Madina Market to open today despite traders’ strike

    RAWALPINDI: Over 180 shops in Madina Market will open on Saturday (today) after 18 months despite calls of shutterdown strike by one group of the traders association against imposition of withholding tax on bank transactions...

    Madina Market and Taleemul Quran mosque and seminary in Raja Bazaar were burnt in November 2013 after sectarian violence erupted on Muharram 10...

  • Muslim world outraged at Madina bombing

    RIYADH: A deadly suicide bombing near Islam’s second-holiest site in the Saudi city of Madina sparked condemnation across the Muslim world on Tuesday, with both the Taliban and Hezbollah denouncing the attack...

    The targeting of Madina caused shock and outrage across the entire Muslim world...

  • 12 Pakistanis, seven Saudis arrested following Madina blast

    DUBAI: Saudi Arabia identified on Thursday suspects in two of the three attacks that struck the kingdom on the same day this week, including one outside the sprawling mosque where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is buried in the western city of Madina that killed four Saudi security troops...

    In a statement released by the Interior Ministry late Thursday, authorities said the Madina bomber in Monday's apparently coordinated attacks was...

  • PIA leaves Haj pilgrims’ luggage in Madina

    RAWALPINDI: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday brought back Haj pilgrims but left their luggage in Madina...

    After shuttling between the offices of the airport administration and PIA for two hours, the pilgrims were informed that their luggage had been left behind in Madina...

  • CII forms committee to suggest ways to establish Madina-like state

    ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Wednesday formed a four-member committee to suggest measures for the establishment in Pakistan of a state similar to Madina...

    The CII was approached by Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri on behalf of the government, seeking suggestions and ways to establish governance similar to the state of Madina, in Pakistan...

  • Two nephews of Nawaz offloaded from Madina-bound flight

    Yousuf Abbas and Abdul Aziz Abbas, sons of the late Abbas Sharif, were going to Saudi Arabia to perform Haj when they were offloaded from the Madina-bound flight by the FIA immigration officials who said their names were on the Provisional National Identity List (PNIL), a new ECL-like category introduced recently in immigration laws under which a passenger can be stopped from leaving the country on the request of a government department... ...

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