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  • Altit Fort — Hunza's silent prestige

    Hailing from one of the world’s biggest metropolitan cities, I have always been fascinated by the rural lifestyle and topographical features of Pakistan's northern areas...

    The strong cultural values and the connection that the natives feel with their history is something we lack in the cities
  • Analysis: A nuclear deal — need or prestige?

    But in a jargon-filled continuation — replete with references to multilateral export control regimes, NSG (Nuclear Suppliers Group) and non-discrimination — the NCA emphasised a longstanding Pakistani demand: the normalisation of Pakistan’s nuclear programme and acceptance into the global nuclear order...

    “If India gets in to the NSG, then we’ll be out,” the senior official said, referring to Nuclear Suppliers Group, an informal...

  • Trump has 'disgraced' US prestige: Iran's Khamenei

    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday said that United States President Donald Trump has "disgraced" US prestige and would be the ultimate loser from renewing sanctions on the Islamic republic...

    "This new US president has disgraced the remnant of America's prestige and that of liberal democracy...

  • Separatist group’s purported claim of blast responsibility in Hyderabad undergoes vetting

    HYDERABAD: The civilian and non-civilian authorities are looking into different aspects of Monday’s explosion in Qasimabad in the backdrop of a purported claim by a group calling itself the ‘Sindhudesh Revolu­tionary Army (SRA)’ that it carried out the attack and that the target was a law-enforcement agency’s vehicle...

    Hyderabad’s counterterrorism police have lodged a case in connection with the explosion, which had left a rag picker...

  • 'India-backed' terrorist group busted in Hyderabad, police claim

    Hyderabad police on Friday claimed to have busted a gang which was reportedly getting funding from India to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and target security personnel in Sindh...

    Hyderabad DIG Javed Alam Odho and SSP Pir Mohammad Shah held a joint press conference to share the details of the suspected terrorist group with the media...

  • Irfan’s heroics in vain as Peshawar win thriller

    Playing like the defending champions they are, Peshawar’s third straight success not only lifted Zohaib Khan’s side to the top of Group ‘B’ standings but brought an end to Lahore Whites’ charge towards the trophy they were looking to win given the star-studded value of their team...

    Even Mohammad Irfan’s best T20 analysis of 4-16 in four overs failed to save Lahore Whites from a heartbreaking loss...

  • Upbeat Irfan working on fitness, eyes comeback

    HYDERABAD: Pakistan’s lanky pace spearhead Mohammad Irfan insists he is working intensively on his physical fitness and will soon return to international cricket...

    “I will soon make a comeback before the next series, be it against Sri Lanka or any other country,” said Irfan, who was the chief guest at an athletics event here at Isra University on Wednesday...

  • Irfan raring to return after six-month ban

    LAHORE: Mohammad Irfan expects to avoid a backlash from Pakistan fans after the paceman served a six-month ban for failing to disclose approaches made by bookmakers during a domestic T20 tournament and is happy for the chance to resume his career...

    “I regret that I didn’t report it and I have realised how serious it is if you don’t report a corrupt approach,” Irfan told cricket website ESPN Cricinfo...

  • Irfan completes ban period, hopes to play T20 against SL in Lahore

    KARACHI: Giant fast bowler Mohammad Irfan, who completed the period of his six-month PCB ban here on Thursday, is hoping that the ban will now be lifted and expressed hope to play the T20 match against Sri Lanka, set to be held in Lahore in October this year...

    Irfan was suspended for one year and fined Rs1,000,000 after he admitted his failure to report approaches by bookmakers linked to spot-fixing and his central contract was...

  • Irfan to give lecture to camp probables

    LAHORE: Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan, who had already completed a six-month ban in the spot-fixing case, will deliver a lecture at the NCA here on Wednesday to apprise the Pakistan probables — who have assembled to begin preparations for the upcoming Sri Lanka Tests — of the dangers pose by spot and match-fixing in the game...

    Irfan was banned for a year with a hefty Rs1 million fine by the PCB after he confessed about a bookmaker he...

  • Ustad Irfan: holding pen for master calligraphy pieces

    A master calligrapher Ustad Irfan Ahmad Khan was born in 1947 to a family of Hindko speaking farmers in a small village of Mansehra...

    With two solo shows and numerous group shows to his credit, his works was displayed and appreciated in Pakistan, England, Iran Turkey and Saudi Arabia...

  • Missing World Cup quarterfinal my biggest regret: Irfan

    Pakistan’s seven-foot-tall ace fast bowler Mohammad Irfan termed the 2015 World Cup a great learning curve and said missing the all-important quarterfinal against Australia was the biggest ‘regret’ of his relatively new international career...

    “I am fine now and completely fit as the rehabilitation process has been very good, but the regret is still there,” Irfan, who took eight wickets from five matches during the World Cup, told...

  • Wicketless Irfan inspires team to win

    KARACHI: Giant Pakistan speedster Mohammad Irfan produced a telling burst to help Omar Associates score a 15-run win over Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) in the Interloop presents Mezan T20 Ramazan-ul-Mubarak Cup in Faisalabad on Tuesday night...

    Although Irfan didn’t take a wicket at the Iqbal Stadium but his fiery four-over stint of 0-9 played a crucial part in keeping SSGC at bay...

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