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    Gulf Air Dog Fight In Pakistan Punjab

  • Dog eat dog

    All of this follows hot on the heels of an intense few months when internal divisions within the ruling party PML-N have been exposed for all of Pakistan to see...

    It was almost 40 years ago that a dog-eat-dog logic was reasserted in Pakistani politics by the Zia regime, following a period of great political upheaval...

  • Dog eat dog

    All of this follows hot on the heels of an intense few months when internal divisions within the ruling party PML-N have been exposed for all of Pakistan to see...

    It was almost 40 years ago that a dog-eat-dog logic was reasserted in Pakistani politics by the Zia regime, following a period of great political upheaval...

  • Fight their own wars? Gulf states are above it

    He makes a good point: the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are going to have to get grounded if they hope to effectively counter Iran, the self-styled Islamic State and other threats in the region...

    “There is a sense that some of the Gulf states are up there at 30,000 feet...

  • Oman Air disables in-flight maps naming Gulf ‘Persian’

    MUSCAT: Oman Air has switched off an in-flight map system that labelled the waterway between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran, the subject of a bitter naming dispute, as the “Persian Gulf”...

    The decision followed a storm of criticism on social media after a passenger posted a video showing the map in Arabic referring to the Persian, rather than Arabian Gulf...

  • US Air Force Chief of Staff calls for Gulf Arab unity to counter Iran

    United States Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein on Saturday pressed Gulf Arab states to reconcile differences and unify military capabilities as tensions with Iran simmer...

    Washington sees an ongoing dispute that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and non-Gulf state Egypt have with Qatar as a threat to efforts to contain Iran and has pushed for a united front...

  • Air Marshal Asghar Khan: my role model, father of Pakistan Air Force, and the protégé of Jinnah

    I have many reasons to write in memory of the venerated Air Marshal Asghar Khan — a protégé of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, he was my role model from the age of 19 when I joined the Royal Pakistan Air Force (RPAF) in 1952...

    I first heard about Asghar Khan, who was at the time a wing commander, from my instructor at the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Academy in Risalpur, who narrated to me the historic event of Jinnah’s visit to...

  • The fight before the fight: Wolverine against his own

    Rifts and falling-outs are a common feature in most sports but even more so in mixed martial arts (MMA) where gruelling training sessions, pressure to sell your brand, questionable advice and then the fight game itself sometimes bring out the worst in people...

    Pakistan's MMA community hasn't been lucky in this regard, with the word being that cagefighter Ahmed Mujtaba aka The Wolverine has severed ties with Team Fight Fortress (TFF)...

  • Canine companions strut their stuff at dog show

    RAWALPINDI: Residents of the twin cities were treated to a dog show over the weekend at the Ayub National Park in which owners of more than 200 dogs entered their pets...

    The ‘All Breeds Championship Show’ was hosted by the Army Heritage Foundation in collaboration with Smart Heart Dog Food Enterprises and special arrangements were made for the show at the park...

  • Stray dog shooter injures two boys

    LAHORE: Two minor boys were injured when a shooter of the public health department tried to shoot a stray dog in Nishter Town on Thursday...

    Salman and Muhammad Ali, both residents of Estate Life Colony, were playing in the field when the shooter took aim of a stray dog but hit the boys and injured them...

  • Labour disputes dog Greek talks as cash dwindles

    ATHENS: Wide differences over pension and labour reforms continued to dog intensive negotiations between Greece’s leftist government and its international creditors despite progress in other areas as the country’s cash position becomes increasingly critical...

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