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  • Great great great! Stunning win helps Windies smile again

    MUMBAI: West Indies captain Darren Sammy said he hopes to help Caribbean fans smile again by completing a unique hat-trick at the World Twenty20 after stunning India to reach the final...

    An emotional Sammy said the West Indies had their backs to the wall before shocking India by seven wickets to emulate their women's team, who also won their semi-final hours earlier...

  • Jewellery shop looted on Tariq Road

    KARACHI: Nearly half a dozen gunmen stormed into a jewellery shop on Tariq Road on Monday afternoon, held inmates hostage at gunpoint and took away gold ornaments, according to the Ferozabad police...

    The shop owner claimed that 24 kilos of gold had been looted but the claim the police said was yet to be verified...

  • Gold price hike slows down jewellery sales

    Karachi: Gold prices on Thursday climbed up to Rs52,650 per tola and Rs 45,128 per 10 grams, up by Rs450 per tola and Rs386 per 10gm as compared to the price prevailing on Wednesday...

    Gold prices have been under pressure after North Korea’s missile and hydrogen bomb tests followed by reports of military response by the US...

  • ‘Jalalabad gang’ targets jewellery shops

    FAISALABAD: Police are in search of a gang that belongs to Jalalabad, Afghanistan and has plundered jewellery from shops in Faisalabad and other parts of Punjab and KP...

    Two members of the gang who were working as guards at jewellery shops in Faisalabad have been arrested and they have revealed about the gang which operates in police uniform...

  • Jewellery inspired from Indus civilisation exhibited

    ISLAMABAD: An exhibition held at the Nomad Art Gallery blended together fashion, art and history to create a line of jewellery inspired by the ancient Indus Valley civilisation...

    Designed by Amna Shariff, there were seven series in the entire line, each with its own charming name and fictional mythology...

  • Young graduate wants to replicate ancient art in jewellery

    MINGORA: Alizai Bilal Khan, a graduate in gems and jewellery design from Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design Lahore, is determined to introduce the nifty art in the craving of Gandhara civilisation and floral designs of ancient Swat art to the world by replicating it in fine jewellery...

    Under the theme of ‘Legacy of Pakhtun Jewellery’, the young graduate has undertaken the task to introduce a new form of jewellery by...

  • Gems and jewellery exhibition begins

    PESHAWAR: A three-day gems and jewellery exhibition “Jashn-i-Khyber”, organised by the Gemological Association of Pakistan (GAP), started at Nishtar Hall here on Friday...

    The exhibition was inaugurated by an eight-year-old girl Aneesa Akhtar, who is thalassaemia patient...

  • Robbers loot cash, jewellery

    RAWALPINDI: Two women were robbed of cash and gold jewellery by unidentified robbers in separate incidents on Sunday, police said...

    Syed Qamar Abbas, a resident of Morgah, lodged a complaint with the police that he was returning home with his mother after shopping when two motorcycle riders intercepted them in the corner of a street...

  • Babra Sharif’s jewellery stolen

    LAHORE: Film star Babra Sharif was deprived of jewellery worth of Rs3 million late on Sunday night...

    The top heroine of yesteryears was not at her MM Alam Road (Gulberg) residence when a maid allegedly took away gold ornaments, including a precious necklace...

  • FBR to watch real estate, jewellery trades for FATF compliance

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) will implement rules in three areas in the next few days as part of compliance with recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) regarding anti-money laundering and combating financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) in Pakistan...

    The rules will cover real estate, gems and jewellery sectors to minimise chances of parking of terror financing there...

  • POLITICS: MAKING PAKISTAN GREAT AGAIN?

    Addressing young people in his jalsa last week, Imran Khan related an anecdote about the high esteem the world once held Pakistan in...

    He said they were perhaps too young to remember but there was a time when the president of the US would personally receive the president of Pakistan at the airport...

  • Candidate profile: Making history in Hyderabad’s politics

    The voters in units of Latifabad — a predominantly Urdu-speaking community — nowadays see a woman regularly going to door-to-door asking people to vote for her in the July 25 polls...

    The diminutive-looking woman candidate walks up to families, shopkeepers, customers and regular people milling around in markets and plazas, party pamphlets and leaflets in hand...

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