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  • Nestle, Hershey at odds with farmers over US GMO labelling

    Nestle, the world’s largest food maker, and rivals including Hershey Co and Unilever Plc want the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to include on the label ingredients from crops that were genetically modified such as canola and soybean oils and sugar from beet...

    But Nestle - maker of Stouffer’s frozen prepared foods and Lean Cuisine frozen entrees - and Hershey, whose confections include Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, disagree... ...

  • Gul to replace Adil as Pakistan hit with another injury

    Injury prone fast bowler Umar Gul will get another opportunity to make a comeback to the Pakistan side after rookie paceman Ehsan Adil was ruled out of Pakistan-Bangladesh ODI series with a hamstring injury...

    According to a Pakistan Cricket Board official, Gul, who last played for Pakistan in December 2014, will fly out to join the ODI squad...

  • Gul not giving up on World T20 dream as Pakistan prepare to name squad

    Fast bowler Umar Gul is eyeing a spot in the World Twenty20 team as Pakistan prepares to name its 15-man squad for the tournament after a two-day delay...

    The 31-year-old pacer was selected for the recently concluded T20 series against New Zealand after a gap of about 10 months but Gul finished with just two wickets after being picked for only two games of the three-match series...

  • Shehzad, Gul axed as Asia Cup, World T20 squad named

    LAHORE: Misfiring Ahmed Shehzad and veteran pacer Umar Gul were dropped while uncapped youngsters Khurram Manzoor, Babar Azam, Mohammad Nawaz and Rumman Raees Khan were picked as the selectors on Wednesday named a 15-member squad for the high-profile World Twenty20 and Asia Cup T20 events...

    Gul was a notable omission as the veteran right-arm paceman could not impress the selectors in the recent T20 series in New Zealand...

  • Former ISI chief Hamid Gul dies of brain hemorrhage

    RAWALPINDI: Former chief of the Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) General (Retd) Hamid Gul died of a brain hemorrhage in Murree late on Saturday, DawnNews reported...

    Gen Gul remained ISI chief during 1987 and 1989 when the US-backed Afghan Jihad against the then Soviet Union was at the last stages...

  • Gul Hameed wins 60-plus title at ITF Seniors

    KARACHI: Senior pro Gul Hameed overcame a stiff challenge from Sabih Wali to win the 60-plus title here at the 24th Karachi Club Pakistan ITF Senior World Ranking Tennis Champoinship on Thursday...

    Both players displayed superb serve and volley game in a well-contested final but Gul evntually emerged taller, winning 6-7, 7-5, 10-8 (7-5)...

  • Gen Hameed Gul dies after brain haemorrhage

    ISLAMABAD: A former director general of Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), retired Lt Gen Hameed Gul, died on Saturday night at a hospital in Murree after suffering a brain haemorrhage...

    The state-run Pakistan Television quoted the head of Combined Military Hospital, Murree, as confirming the death of Mr Gul, who had been visiting the hill station with his family members...

  • Hameed Gul laid to rest

    RAWALPINDI: Former head of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) retired Lt-Gen Hameed Gul was laid to rest at the army graveyard here on Sunday evening...

    Hameed Gul was the architect of Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) which political observers say was formed to stop the PPP led by Benazir Bhutto from getting a two-third majority in the 1988 general elections...

  • Over 25 shops gutted in Gul Plaza

    KARACHI: More than 25 shops were burnt in a huge fire that broke out in a multi-storey market, Gul Plaza, on main M...

    The fireman said in the Gul Plaza fire incident the firemen broke the shutters of the shops since these were closed and one of their firemen was miraculously saved during fire fighting...

  • Hameed Gul

    PERHAPS no other ISI chief had such a deep and lasting impact on the military-civilian relationship as Hameed Gul, who died over the weekend in Murree...

    Appointed by Ziaul Haq as ISI chief in 1987, Gul played a big role in organising the anti-Soviet resistance in Afghanistan during its last years and later followed it up by conceptualising and spreading a ‘jihadi’ worldview, the consequences of which are still with us...

  • Umar Gul, Irfan bidding to make ODI squad

    LAHORE: The national selection committee has delayed the announcement of the Pakistan squad for the upcoming ODI series against Ireland and England after rain thwarted bid to ascertain the match fitness of pace bowlers Umar Gul and Mohammad Irfan...

  • Cricket Classics: Gul turns unlikely hero with the bat

    At the 2012 World Twenty20, Umar Gul turned an unlikely hero with the bat as Pakistan survived a middle-order collapse to beat South Africa by two wickets in the Super Eights...

    Gul, who is currently out-of-favour with the Pakistan selectors, had had a forgetful day with the ball when South Africa won the toss and chose to bat first at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo...

  • Tribute paid to Sindhi poet, writer Maqsood Gul

    LARKANA: Speakers paid rich tributes to prominent Sindhi poet and prose writer Maqsood Gul on his first death anniversary held here on Sunday...

    The gathering was organised by the Maqsood Gul Academy in collaboration with Literature Depar­tment of Arts Council Larkana and was presided over by former secretary of Sindhi Adabi Sangat and prominent Sindhi poet, Dr Adal Soomro...

  • Gul, Aslam, Sharjeel return to squad for England, Ireland ODIs

    KARACHI: Pakistan on Tuesday announced its squad for One-Day International (ODI) contests against Ireland and England during the ongoing tour of the British Isles...

    Right-arm fast-bowler Umar Gul makes a comeback after a hiatus of two years, with selectors preferring him over Mohammad Irfan on the basis of better fitness and fielding skills...

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