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  • The science behind Federer and Serena's never-ending careers

    World number one Serena Williams, at age 33 and 10 months, became the oldest woman in the modern era to win a singles’ Grand Slam at this year’s Wimbledon...

    Roger Federer, also 33, would’ve become the oldest men’s champion in the Open Era had he triumphed against Novak Djokovic in the final
  • Education and careers

    Does that mean we do not need any more ‘good’ doctors? Are you satisfied with the doctors you go to? I still cannot find good doctors: no geriatric care providers, not too many oncologists, etc, but more importantly, even today there are not too many good general physicians in Pakistan...

    We have only scratched the surface of issues in the area of education and careers...

  • Waqar blasts senior players for overstretching their careers

    KARACHI: Former captain Waqar Younis has lamented the senior Pakistan players are guilty of stretching their careers way after they are past their prime, while urging the national board not to compromise on fitness and form to avoid debacles like the just-concluded World Cup...

    Pakistan were knocked out in the round-robin stage of the mega-event which ended with hosts England winning the title on Sunday...

  • US national tells FIA he wanted to move to Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is in the process of quizzing blacklisted US national Matthew Craig Barrett, who has claimed that he had come back to Pakistan to explore the possibility of permanently moving here...

    A case has been registered against Barrett under the Foreigners Act and the Pakistan Customs Act...

  • Abid Boxer yet to be extradited to Pakistan, FIA tells LHC

    Notorious 'encounter specialist' and former police inspector Abid Boxer is yet to be extradited to Pakistan, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)'s director Interpol told the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday...

    The petition expressed apprehension that the police in Pakistan would kill Boxer in a fake encounter, adding that a number of fabricated cases had been registered against his son-in-law solely on the basis of political...

  • Cyber crimes in Pakistan hit a record high in 2018: FIA

    Cyber crimes, especially the harassment and blackmailing of women, have increased sharply in Pakistan in the last three years, DawnNewsTV reported citing figures released by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)...

    The FIA admitted that cyber crimes are on the rise in Pakistan but added that "the government's recent measure to establish 15 new cyber crime reporting centres" will help control the situation...

  • Pakistan Railways bans record sharing with NAB, FIA sans officers permission

    LAHORE: Pakistan Railways has imposed a ban on direct correspondence and provision of important record by his officers to the anti-graft agencies — National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in various cases...

    The PR management has also directed its entire field formations to first get permission from the chief executive officer (CEO) before giving any information, document etc to NAB and FIA... ...

  • FIA to probe case of 21 ‘missing vehicles’ at FBISE

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has initiated a probe against officials from the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) in the matter of 21 ‘missing’ vehicles...

    According to documents available with Dawn, FIA’s Anti Corruption Circle issued summons to 10 board officials, including the former chairperson and the former secretary of the department, in August, ordering them to appear before...

  • FIA nabs 20 grey traffickers

    The FIA Cyber Crime Circle Punjab laid hands on the suspects after monitoring one of the Internet Online forums in which different users were discussing about devices used in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and SIMs etc...

    Initially a suspect who was selling active SIMs to illegal voice exchange operators was caught and during interrogation he pointed out certain locations where these illegal voice exchanges were running, thus...

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