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  • CRICKET: The MALIK RELOADED

    Two things became very clear after the conclusion of the 2015 Cricket World Cup — that One-day International (ODI) cricket was evolving rapidly in the Twenty20 era and that Pakistan was still playing as if it were the 1990s...

    The manner in which they played the game was akin to using an ordinary cell phone while everyone else around them was hooked on smart phones
  • A subterranean sanctum for foodies

    ISLAMABAD: Increasingly, the capital has developed a thirst for the ‘trendy’ and nowhere is this more evident than in the restaurants that have opened up recently...

    For the foodie who wants to get away from hip teens and selfie crowds, however, there are still some haunts in the capital that aren’t trying too hard
  • Karan Johar bids farewell to 'Jhalak Reloaded'

    Karan Johar has also decided to leave his late-night gig, the popular celebrity dance show Jhalak Reloaded...

    Shahid Kapoor's midway break from Jhalak Reloaded (to honeymoon in London with his wife) sparked off rumours, but it was Karan Johar who was going to bid adieu to the dance crew this season...

  • US may not need Apple's help to crack iPhone

    LOS ANGELES: The US government said Monday it may have found a way to crack the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers without Apple's help, possibly avoiding a showdown with the tech giant...

    Technology analyst Rob Enderle speculated that the undisclosed person now helping the government crack Farook's iPhone may be an ex-Apple employee or a computer security expert...

  • Smith scores masterful ton as England crack in Ashes battle

    BRISBANE: Steve Smith produced a defiant unconquered century and Josh Hazlewood claimed two wickets to leave England reeling as Australia cracked open the first Ashes Test at the Gabba on Saturday...

    The Australian skipper played one of his greatest Test knocks with an unbeaten 141, forged over eight and a half hours, to deliver his team a 26-run lead over the tourists on the third day
  • Europe’s police crack massive horsemeat trafficking ring

    THE HAGUE: Police from seven European countries have detained 26 people in a crackdown on a horsemeat trafficking ring, two years after a tainted meat scandal rocked the continent, the EU’s judicial agency Eurojust said on Saturday...

    Eurojust said the swoop coordinated by Eurojust and French authorities “succeeded in stopping an organised criminal network involved in trade in illegal horsemeat”
  • Indians throng ‘visa temple’ to crack Trump’s curbs

    HYDERABAD: Hundreds of Indians gather daily at a 500-year-old Hindu temple in southern India where they pray for a single wish — an increasingly elusive US visa...

    The Chilkur Balaji temple dedicated to Lord Balaji — a re-incarnation of Hindu deity Vishnu — on the outskirts of Hyderabad city, has long been a one-stop solution for prospective Indian immigrants seeking US visas, earning it the sobriquet of ‘visa temple’...

  • Crack found in BBIA building

    RAWALPINDI: A large crack appeared in the Benazir Bhutto International Airport (BBIA) building after Monday’s earthquake...

    A crack, measuring five to six feet, appeared in the ceiling of the ‘Concourse Hall’ – opposite the domestic arrival’s lounge – in the airport building, but was not noted by the airport authorities at the time...

  • Indian govt to crack down on illegal beef exports

    NEW DELHI: India said on Tuesday it plans to set up laboratories at ports to test for illegal cow meat exports, as controversy rages over the murder of a Muslim man accused of eating beef...

    Although, most Indian states ban the slaughter of cows, the killing of buffaloes is allowed
  • Okara remains ‘a hard nut to crack’ for dist police

    LAHORE: Faisal Ali Rana is the fifth Okara district police officer who is being given a tough time by local pressure groups, in this case the lawyers, with all his predecessors getting transferred “prematurely” following agitation...

    The local lawyers have expanded the scope of their two-week long protest against the DPO and his three colleagues from the district to the province, demanding his transfer for lodging a criminal case against...
  • Want to end corruption? Crack down on tax havens

    Despite Buhari’s inspiring comments, the summit’s outcome was “underwhelming,” as transparency campaigner Oxfam put it, and did little to increase global efforts to crack down on tax havens...

    Rich world leaders do have it in their power to crack down effectively on the havens...

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