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  • ‘Serious mess’: Pakistan need to dig deep to find heroes, says Waqar Younis

    “We don’t need stars, we need heroes,” Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis said outside the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore as he headed to a ‘fact-finding meeting’ called up by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after the national side’s disastrous exit from the World Twent20...

    The four players are the 'stars' in Pakistan's current line up but it wasn't clear who Waqar was pointing at in his statement amid rumours of factions within the...

  • Home-grown streaming app helps Pakistan's musicians find voice

    For years, violence kept most of Pakistan's aspiring young musicians from following their dreams, whether the threat of Taliban militant attacks or gang wars in the crowded southern port city of Karachi...

    Both the startup and the musicians' efforts are helping to carve out a new creative space for young people in Pakistan, where those below 30 make up 60 percent of a population of almost 200 million...

  • Pakistan may find itself on FATF blacklist after June

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan may find itself on the blacklist of a global financial watchdog if it does not prepare a comprehensive action plan to eradicate terrorist financing by June, official sources told Dawn...

    The 37-nation Financial Action Task Force (FATF) held its plenary meeting in Paris last week where it placed Pakistan on a watchlist of the countries where terrorist outfits are still allowed to raise funds...

  • Afghanistan may find Pakistan tougher in grudge game

    For them to win or lose will be of little consequence but for Pakistan it would matter a lot...

    What pleased me most was the way Babar Azam and Haris Sohail paced their innings to get Pakistan over the line in a befitting manner and providing us hope that these two may develop into worthy batsmen that we have been lacking for some time...

  • British court rejects Indian attempt to strike out Pakistan’s claim to Hyderabad Fund

    ISLAMABAD: The British High Court of Justice on Tuesday rejected India’s attempt to strike out Pakistan’s claim to the Hyderabad Fund in a judgment the Foreign Office said is a “clear vindication of Pakistan’s stance”...

    is a clear vindication of Pakistan’s principled stance, and the effective legal strategy being pursued by the new legal team,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said in a statement...

  • Rising Pakistan children festival held in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: A large number of students of public and private schools were enthralled by daylong activities in a programme titled ‘Rising Pakistan Children Festival’ held at Mehran Arts Council Latifabad here on Saturday...

    The programme was organised by Bazm-i-Sathi Hyderabad and sponsored by the Al-Khidmat Foundation Orphan Care Programme...

  • The night my family miraculously escaped Hyderabad Deccan for Pakistan

    How aware were the powers that be that communities, families, friendships would be ripped apart?Desperate times lead to desperate measures, but the horrific chaos leading up to Indian independence, the partition of India and the birth of Pakistan defies belief...

    My mother’s family lived in Hyderabad Deccan in a beautiful house commissioned by my nana abba, Syed Taqquidin, then the Finance Secretary to the Nizam of Hyderabad...

  • Police find no terror-related evidence against Asim

    KARACHI: In what appeared to be a rejection of Pakistan Rangers’ allegations against former federal minister Dr Asim Hussain, police said on Thursday it had found “no terror-related evidence” against the senior PPP leader and aide to its co-chairman, Asif Ali Zardari...

    “NAB has already launched investigations into references against Dr Hussain for illegal affiliation of colleges with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, issuance...

  • Geeta returns home, but fails to find family

    NEW DELHI: Who is Geeta? Where is her family? When did she cross over to Pakistan from India and why? The questions will continue to be raised until the DNA tests from the blood samples she gave here on Monday throw up some of the answers...

    “Welcome back home, Geeta,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he met the differently-abled girl, who had found herself in Pakistan years ago...

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