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  • India bars Pakistan from participating in upcoming Pro Kabaddi League

    India has barred Pakistani players from taking part in the upcoming Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) in which players from 16 countries will participate, Hindustan Times reported...

    Indian Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday asserted that no players from Pakistan will be allowed to take part in the upcoming PKL "unless Pakistan gets rid of its terrorism," the Indian daily reported...

  • Stage set for Pakistan's first-ever international pro-wrestling event

    Around 25 international wrestlers, including four women wrestlers, from 20 different countries will be competing in Pakistan's first-ever international professional wrestling event, which kicks off Wednesday...

    Imran Shah, head of Pro Wrestling Entertainment's (PWE) Europe division, told DawnNews: "International wrestlers are finally here and we are going to change history...

  • Moving forward: Pakistan set to launch pro hockey league in November

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is set to launch its very own Pro Hockey League in November which will also involve foreign players, Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Secretary Shahbaz Ahmed Senior revealed on Monday...

    The former Olympian believed development and growth of young hockey players will rely on the success of the league which will help Pakistan regain its historic aura as a hockey-playing nation...

  • How Pakistan clicked at India’s first pro league

    KOLKATA: The Indian sports management professional, who gave India its first inter-city pro league featuring a raft of foreign recruits, says players from across the western border were “crowd-pullers” at the event...

    Perhaps even fewer remember that Pakistan accounted for the maximum number of overseas players in PHL – every year for the four-season tournament – totalling 24 in the end, when PHL stopped because of administrative...

  • Clashes break in Srinagar as Kashmiri students chant pro-Pakistan slogans

    ISLAMABAD: Clashes broke out in Indian-held Kashmir on Sunday when Kashmiri students chanted pro-Pakistan and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of a marathon in Srinagar...

    Footage showed the university students as chanting “Pakistan! Pakistan!” and pro-freedom slogans at the venue of the 'Big Kashmir Marathon' in Hazratbal area of Srinagar as Indian forces fired tear-gas shells and baton charged the young demonstrators, a news channel...

  • Is pro-Pakistan sentiment in Kashmir still alive?

    Some say that Kashmir Day is of “great significance” whereas others believe that the observance has been reduced to mere ritual and that Pakistan’s official stance over Kashmir appears to be “wavering”...

    Also read: Kashmiris fighting a new battleIn the past, Kashmiris in their wills have requested their children and grandchildren to hoist the Pakistani flag on their graves once the region merges with Pakistan, but is the...

  • Congress party leaders charged with sedition for chanting pro-Pakistan slogans

    Indian police on Sunday booked leaders and workers of the Congress party on sedition charges for allegedly chanting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans during a protest rally against Uri attack, The Indian Express reported...

    Read: Uri attack an inside job, says Khawaja Asif“We found ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ was chanted (after studying the footage), and an FIR was lodged under IPC Section 124-A (sedition),” said Dhruv Kumar, Station Officer,...

  • MQM-P vows to run pro-Pakistan campaign abroad

    KARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan rejected on Tuesday a so-called ‘Free Karachi’ campaign being run in the United States and vowed to initiate a counter drive abroad...

    “We will not allow Nadeem Nusrat to conspire against Pakistan or Karachi,” said MQM-P chief Dr Farooq Sattar while referring to the US-based former convener of the once-unified MQM, who is also the main spokesman for the ‘Free Karachi campaign’...

  • Pro-Pakistan slogans raised in India-held Kashmir's assembly

    An Indian lawmaker raised pro-Pakistan slogans in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly on Saturday after his counterparts from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) allegedly chanted anti-Pakistan slogans in the wake of a suspected militant attack on an Indian army camp...

    Reports suggested that lawmakers associated with the BJP were raising slogans against Pakistan, accusing it of involvement in the Saturday morning attack on...

  • CIIT pro-rector dismissed

    ISLAMABAD: The pro-rector of Comsats Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) has been terminated from service after his doctoral thesis was found to be plagiarised up to 72pc...

    The Comsats Board of Governor, which met here on Friday, terminated the services of pro-rector Haroon Rashid, as Preston University has already withdrawn his PhD degree on June 6 for plagiarism...

  • Pro-Saudi clerics say they will go protect Harmain Sharifain if army won’t

    Maulana Ludhianvi, who had been leading the pro-Saudi rallies in the federal capital over the last week, announced that more such public meetings would be held in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore before an all-party conference is called to finalise plans “save the Harmain Sharifain”...

    In his address to the rally, Maulana Fazal ur Rehman Khalil said Saudi Arabia has always supported Pakistan and now it is time Pakistan supported Saudi...

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