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  • Indian banks reopen to long queues after rupee withdrawal

    NEW DELHI: Long queues formed outside banks in India on Thursday as they reopened for the first time since the government’s shock decision to withdraw the two largest denomination notes from circulation...

    Long queues formed outside banks across the country, with some people complaining that banks and post offices, where old notes can also be exchanged, hadn’t opened on time...

  • Indian farmers head home after year-long protest

    Thousands of Indian farmers were packing their belongings and dismantling tent cities on Saturday as they headed home from the Delhi outskirts following a year-long protest against the government's agriculture policies...

    It also agreed to pay compensation to the families of more than 700 farmers who died during the demonstrations and withdraw criminal cases lodged against protesters during the year-long campaign against the farm...

  • 4 'militants' killed during hours-long Rangers operation in Karachi's Urdu Bazaar

    Four suspected militants were killed during a raid carried out by Rangers personnel in Karachi's Urdu Bazaar area on Monday night, a press release issued by the paramilitary force said...

    A list issued by the Karachi police surgeon's office later in the day said three men and a woman were brought dead to the Civil Hospital after the Rangers operation, as well as the body of a baby girl said to be 2-3 months old...

  • A long wait at the Karachi passport office

    KARACHI: The long queues inside the passport office in Saddar are a common sight, but on Monday a horde of impatient men flocked around the data entry booth as early as 8am; nudging, falling, desperately trying to reach the manager who single-handedly tried to control the restless crowd...

    The procedure has become long and arduous,” says Zehra Rashid who has been making rounds in the office since June 8 due to her expired CNIC... ...

  • Karachi’s long wait ends as Blues edge Whites to clinch T20 title

    KARACHI: The long wait for Karachi to lay hands on a domestic title in the shortest form of cricket finally ended late Friday night when the Blues side clinched the Cool & Cool presents Jazz National T20 Cup final against the Whites by just three runs in Multan...

    Egged on by a noisy turnout of around 18,000 spectators at the Multan Cricket Stadium, both the Karachi outfits collectively provided an invigorating game that went down to...

  • Mercury to breach 43 degrees in Karachi during three-day-long heat spell

    Karachi is sizzling under an intense heat spell that is expected to last three days starting from Thursday, the Met Office said...

    According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), several parts of Sindh including Karachi will be gripped with hot and dry weather that will likely take the mercury as high as 43°C or higher in the next few days...

  • PM Shehbaz arrives in Karachi today on day-long visit

    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will pay a day-long visit to Karachi today (Wednesday), the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement...

    The prime minister will also hold a meeting with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and then chair a consultative meeting regarding Karachi's development projects...

  • Army releases video of strike on Indian bunkers, says 5 Indian soldiers killed

    Five Indian soldiers were killed during a cross-border exchange of fire as Pakistani troops responded to an 'unprovoked' ceasefire violation in the Tatta Pani sector along the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a press release...

    Indian bunkers were also destroyed in the firing, ISPR said, adding that Pakistani troops "violently responded"...

  • Indian woman 'goes missing' from Indian High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistani husband claims

    Foreign Office (FO) Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria on Sunday said that an Indian woman ? married to a Pakistani man ? who 'went missing' from the Indian High Commission in Islamabad last week is 'stranded' inside the building...

    Uzma, an Indian national, met Tahir Ali, a resident of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, while the latter was working as a taxi driver in Malaysia eight months ago, according to a request for help lodged at Islamabad's...

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