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  • IMF warns Pakistan of risks if reforms stall

    ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cautioned Pakistan that delaying economic reform or reversing decisions that have already taken could undo the economic stability achieved over the past three years...

    “The economy in Pakistan might not have reached the final destination, but it is in the right direction...

  • Eurozone economic recovery likely to stall in second quarter

    LONDON: The eurozone’s hopes for a strong economic recovery this year have soured over the past couple months, partly because of the crisis over Greece’s future in the currency zone and fading growth in China...

    So there’s growing speculation that official figures released Friday will show the 19-country bloc’s growth rate eased during the second quarter
  • Six-year-old girl dies in arson attack on stall

    LARKANA/HYDERABAD: A six-year-old girl who had received serious burns in an arson attack on a roadside vending stall — offering national flags, buntings etc — late on Thursday evening succumbed to her injuries at a Karachi hospital, her family said on Friday...

    The six -year-old girl, Sumaiya Shaikh, and her eight-year-old cousin, Mohammed Owais, had received burns when two miscreants riding a motorcycle threw a petrol-filled plastic...

  • Deadly blasts in Syria kill at least 48 as US, Russia talks stall

    DAMASCUS: A string of bombings claimed by the Islamic State group killed dozens across Syria on Monday, as Washington and Moscow failed to agree on a deal to stem the country's violence...

    The blasts in mostly government-held territory killed at least 48 people and wounded dozens more, a day after the jihadist group lost the last stretch of the Syria-Turkey border under its control
  • Religious parties stall women protection bills again

    ISLAMABAD: If Monday’s joint sitting of the parliament was anything to go by, political parties across the board lack the spine to face conservative forces who again managed to defer two bills meant to stop honour killings and sexual abuse in the country...

    Although women parliamentarians from the PPP, PTI and PML-N tried their best to push the legislation through the house, they were left to face humiliation in the hands of a JUI-F...
  • Azhar, Younus stall Australia on day two of Sydney Test

    Pakistan's Azhar Ali and Younus Khan forged a 120-run partnership to stall a rampant Australia on day two of the third and final Test on Wednesday after a Peter Handscomb century had helped drive the hosts to 538-8 declared...

    Opener Azhar, who hit a double century in the second Test defeat in Melbourne that lost Pakistan the series, had contributed 58 to his side's 126 for two at close of play, while veteran Younus had forged ahead...

  • Army-PTM talks stall after promising start

    ISLAMABAD: The contacts between the army and the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) helped address some of the latter’s grievances, but the enthusiasm about the talks seems to be waning and there has been no development for weeks now...

    The contacts between the two sides, according to a military official, began on PTM’s request when it was holding a sit-in near the National Press Club in the federal capital in connection with its ‘Justice...
  • Afghan rivals to meet in China after US talks stall

    China is organising talks among Afghanistan's rival factions as part of efforts to end years of war after negotiations between the Taliban and the United States on the withdrawal of US forces broke down...

    China, which shares a short border with Afghanistan, has been trying to encourage peace efforts and last month a Taliban delegation visited Beijing for talks with government officials
  • Pakistan StartUp Cup looking for innovative business ideas

    The fourth Pakistan StartUp Cup — arranged by the US Diplomatic Mission in Pakistan and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) — is looking for entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas to apply to the competition by September 20...

    The Pakistan StartUp Cup Challenge is a business model competition open to all business types, with special focus on entrepreneurs with grassroots-driven business models...

  • CINEMASCOPE: SODERBERGH'S FUN RETURN

    Steven Soderbergh is back, proving that directors never really stay retired...

    After giving up filmmaking in 2013 to concentrate on personal projects and TV, the critically acclaimed director of work such as Sex, Lies and Videotape (1989), Erin Brockovich (2000) and Traffic (2000) brings us the NASCAR heist/comedy Logan Lucky
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