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  • Japan, US set for spicy World Cup final rematch

    VANCOUVER: The US arrive at the Women’s World Cup final battle- hardened and seeking revenge, while Japan enter Sunday’s match determined to retain the trophy they denied the Americans four years ago...

    It all adds up to a spicy finale to the global showcase that began on June 6 under the shadow of a FIFA corruption scandal but ends with the players in the spotlight and an intriguing contest that is set to cap off a month of...

  • Saima wants no Indian films

    This time round it’s the pretty face Saima who has given a statement suggesting that Indian films should not be screened in Pakistan...

    She feels the Pakistan film industry is on the revival track and can survive on its own...

  • Rabada verdict another source of conflict in spicy series

    Smith said in the lead-up to the third Test in Cape Town that Rabada’s successful appeal against a two-test ban was ‘interesting’, and questioned why he, as the other person involved in the incident that led to Rabada’s ban, was not invited to give his side of the story at the judicial hearing...

    Rabada and Cricket South Africa successfully appealed the verdict, arguing in a six-hour appeal hearing on Monday that the contact was not...

  • Despite losses, Pakistan’s rivalry with India is always spicy

    KARACHI: What do Imran Khan, Aamir Sohail, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shahid Afridi and Misbah-ul-Haq have in common? They were all captaining the country when Pakistan lost to India in a World Cup fixture...

    Sydney (1992), Bangalore (1996), Manchester (1999), Centurion (2003), Mohali (2011) and Adelaide (2015) have been the six venues where India prevailed over their fiercest rivals...

  • Root remains calm amid spicy Australia talk

    BIRMINGHAM: Joe Root is determined the ‘spicy’ nature of England’s latest clash with Australia won’t prove a distraction when the arch-rivals meet for a place in the World Cup final...

    Tournament hosts England and reigning champions Australia will lock horns in Thursday’s second semi-final at Edgbaston in a fixture that takes place just weeks before the start of the Ashes series between the old foes...

  • Figures of Trump and Putin meet in Bulgarian mall

    SOFIA: You wouldn’t expect to encounter Donald Trump in a Bulgarian shopping mall, especially not standing next to Vladimir Putin...

    “I hope they will meet soon for real, because they are leaders of two military superpowers and our peace depends a lot on them,” he added...

  • Karachi braves another hot day as mercury shoots to 42°C

    KARACHI: As Karachi continued to sizzle at 42 degrees centigrade, hot and dry weather gripped entire Sindh on Tuesday with Dadu and Nawabshah becoming the hottest places in the country where the mercury rose to 46 degrees Celsius...

    While no heatstroke case was reported in Karachi, some 22 people fell unconscious in various areas of Dadu district and were admitted to private hospitals since there was no heatstroke centre at the...

  • Hot air from Rajasthan power plants may have fanned Karachi heatwave

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Climate Change Senator Mushahidullah Khan has said that the coal-powered plants in Rajasthan, India, could have contributed to the deadly Karachi heat wave...

    His remarks caught many by surprise as his own PML-N government has ambitious plans to generate power from coal to overcome the electricity crisis, which is partly blamed for nearly 800 heatstroke deaths in Karachi in the past five days...

  • Hot spell continues to torment Karachi

    LAHORE / KARACHI: Karachi, and some other cities and towns in Sindh, continued to be in the grip of an abnormally hot weather for a second day, with the mercury touching the 43 degrees Celsius mark...

    The extremely hot weather has been affecting parts of Sindh because of a monsoon depression, which is otherwise bound to produce flood-generating rains in Punjab and over catchments of its rivers over the next two to three days...

  • 60 Karachi areas become ‘hot spots’ for mobile phone snatching

    KARACHI: The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee has identified 60 places in the sprawling metropolis where incidents of street crimes, particularly snatching of mobile phones, have increased alarmingly, it emerged on Sunday...

    Law-enforcement officials believed that with the identification of the 60 “hot spots” the area police could manage to cut the number, if not curb the menace entirely, of street crimes by effective patrolling and...

  • Met dept issues advisory in view of hot weather in Karachi

    KARACHI: While the temperature in the provincial capital dropped by one degree Celsius on Friday as against Thursday’s 39...

    Responding to Dawn’s queries, a weatherman said the minimum temperature recorded in the city on Friday was 30°C and the level of humidity was 55 per cent in the morning and 56pc in the evening...

  • PM Imran hopeful Pakistan's 'hot and dry' weather will mitigate virus threat

    Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday expressed the hope that Pakistan's "hot and dry" weather will help to mitigate the coronavirus outbreak, urging citizens to exercise social distancing and self-discipline...

    "If we exercise discipline for the next month-and-a-half, and avoid going to public places, and if those showing symptoms self-quarantine, then the spread of the virus can be be controlled, he said...

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