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  • Google to buy part of Taiwan smartphone maker HTC for $1bn

    Taiwan's struggling smartphone maker HTC said on Thursday it would sell part of its smartphone business to Google for $1...

    Google will take on half of HTC's research staff — about 2,000 people — many of whom have already been working on the Silicon Valley firm's Pixel handset, as well as intellectual property (IP) licensing...

  • US desire to win Afghan war increases pressure on Pakistan

    WASHINGTON: The new emphasis in Washington on the need for Pakistan to do more against militants is linked to the Trump administration’s desire to win the Afghan war...

    In official and unofficial explanations for this stalemate, Pakistan is almost always blamed for preventing the US from winning the war...

  • There is a clear desire to play football in Pakistan: Ryan Giggs

    Ahead of the second Ronaldinho and Friends match in Lahore, former international footballer Ryan Giggs said that “the desire to play football in the country was obvious"...

    He was speaking alongside the other visiting international players at a press conference on Sunday, where he also expressed his happiness at visiting Pakistan...

  • No desire in US to declare Pakistan terror sponsor: envoy

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s new envoy in Washington, Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhary, has said there’s no desire in the United States to declare Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism as both countries want to continue their longstanding relationship...

    But former president Asif Ali Zardari saw a clear breach of faith in the US-Pakistan partnership and urged Pakistan to carry more of its own weight while increasing military and commercial cooperation...

  • Pakistan, India renew desire for peace

    ISLAMABAD: Both Pakistan and India on Thursday expressed the desire to move past the tense stalemate in their bilateral relationship, but continued to be held back by the core issues of Kashmir and terrorism...

    President Mamnoon Hussain in his speech at the main Pakistan Day ceremony in Islamabad — the March 23 armed forces parade — said: “Pakistan is ready to hold dialogue with India...

  • India’s desire of seeing Pakistan in 10 pieces a pipe dream: Nisar

    ISLAMABAD: Terming India’s desire to see Pakistan fragmented a crazy dream, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan observed on Tuesday that it was the policy of the BJP government, and not Pakistan, that was dividing India along communal lines...

    “In the presence of the BJP government, no country needs to make efforts to divide India on the basis of religion,” Mr Nisar said in a statement issued in response to his Indian...

  • Afghan officials show desire for warmth in ties with Pakistan

    THE temperatures in Kabul may have dropped to below zero but its official residents are trying hard to bring some warmth in their relationship with Pakistan...

    Security guards outside imposing buildings are usually protected by bulletproof vests and the security processes are not as lackadaisical as in Pakistan...

  • Pakistan must demonstrate its desire to partner with US in defeating terrorism: Tillerson

    The United States is prepared to partner with Pakistan to defeat terrorist organisations seeking safe havens, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrote in an op-ed published in the New York Times on Wednesday...

    In an opinion piece titled 'I Am Proud of Our Diplomacy', the US's top diplomat said Pakistan "must demonstrate its desire to partner with us" to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for terrorists...

  • Govt’s desire to take over PFF takes new twist

    KARACHI: On a day when Pakistan’s South Asian rivals learnt their 2018 World Cup qualifying fate, the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) was continuing its battle against the government which according to the officials of the country’s football governing body “seems hell-bent on seizing its control”...

    Pakistan’s road to Russia had ended in the first round when they were defeated by Yemen...

  • Review: In Zid, desire is mostly passionless

    Now, Zainab’s relationship with Michel is supposedly based on co-dependence when it comes to substance abuse as well as supposedly, on desire...

    While you make allowances for the fact that it is hard to portray desire on our television screens, it didn’t help that Nausheen Shah played her moments of supposed desire and longing like a school marm telling off a child to ‘behave yourself...

  • The desire to learn

    ”Events such as the one described above, complete with their kowtowing bureaucrats, a few beaming schoolchildren and smarmy politicians, are held with stunning regularity in Pakistan...

    Proof of the superficiality of Pakistan’s commitment to education can be seen in the latest report issued by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation on the state of education in the world...

  • The poetics of desire

    The cityscapes in his work are littered with frustrated male desire, the fading intimacy between lovers, and unforgettable portraits of people we'd do everything to look away from...

  • NON-FICTION: THE DESIRE FOR ‘MARTYRDOM’

    With traditional tribal structures being challenged by religious parties, honour-based codes have given way to religiosity and the desire for ‘martyrdom’...

    Research by the police in Peshawar has confirmed the observations of the clerics who used to run the suicide bomb factories on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border: it is far easier to persuade a 15-year-old to kill himself than an 18-year-old...

  • Rouhani stokes desire for change, but can he deliver?

    ANKARA: A mild-mannered cleric known for decades as an establishment insider, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani reinvented himself as a rabble-rousing political street fighter to secure a decisive re-election victory against a united conservative bloc...

    Now, having stoked his supporters’ yearning for change, he faces the harder task of satisfying them without bringing a backlash from the conservatives who still control most of the levers...
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