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  • Overseas Pakistani doctors willing to join LRH

    PESHAWAR: Scores of highly qualified specialists from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, working abroad, are likely to join Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar within a month, according to officials...

    “More than 50 doctors currently based in Europe and the United States have shown interest to work in the province’s biggest hospital,” Prof Nausherwan Barki, chairman Board of Governors, LRH told Dawn
  • Dean Jones willing to visit Pakistan to commentate during Sri Lanka tour

    I am ready to visit Lahore again as a commentator if Sri Lanka comes to play T20 [matches there]...

    Sri Lankan cricket chief Thilanga Sumathipala said that after a security assessment, the team had been cleared to play three Twenty20 internationals, including “at least one” in Lahore — the scene of the 2009 attack which left eight people dead...

  • Tony Blair says EU is 'willing to consider changes' to avoid Brexit

    In an article published Saturday by Blair's Institute for Global Change, he wrote that EU leaders might be willing to “reform and meet us half way” to keep the UK in the bloc...

    “The European leaders, certainly from my discussions, are willing to consider changes to accommodate Britain, including around freedom of movement," he wrote...

  • EU leaders willing to compromise on freedom of movement: Blair

    LONDON: European Union leaders are willing to change the bloc’s rules for the freedom of movement of workers, opening an opportunity for Britain to avoid a damaging “hard Brexit”, former prime minister Tony Blair said on Saturday...

    “The European leaders, certainly from my discussions, are willing to consider changes to accommodate Britain, including around freedom of movement,” the former Labour prime minister said in an article...

  • Israel says willing to loosen iron grip on Palestinians' lives 'at Trump request'

    Israeli ministers have approved measures aimed at improving the Palestinian economy and facilitating crossings, rare moves said to be at Donald Trump's request hours ahead of the US president's arrival...

    An Israeli official told AFP on condition of anonymity that ministers were responding to a Trump request to present him with “confidence-building measures” ahead of his talks with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Tuesday
  • Afghan govt still willing to negotiate with Taliban?

    KABUL: The Afghan government still hopes to hold peace talks with the Taliban despite a recent statement from the insurgents saying they refuse to take part in the process, an official said Monday...

    Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai called the Taliban's rejection a “tactical” move and said Kabul would continue its peace efforts
  • Amir Khan willing to represent Pakistan at Rio Olympics

    KARACHI: The International Boxing Association (amateur) or AIBA has allowed professional boxers to represent their county in Olympics, thus making it a possibility that boxer Amir Khan can represent Pakistan at the mega sporting event...

    When the star boxer, who is in Karachi ahead of a professional boxing event, was asked about the latest AIBA decision and his chances of representing Pakistan at the Olympics, Amir Khan said, "I will...
  • Willing to review blasphemy laws, says CII chief

    ISLAMABAD: The head of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII), Muhammad Khan Sherani, on Thursday said he is willing to review blasphemy laws – that critics say are regularly misused and have led to the deaths of hundreds – to decide if they are Islamic...

    Related: Call for improvements in blasphemy law not objectionable: SCSherani told Reuters he was willing to reopen the debate and see whether sentences as harsh as the death penalty...

  • CCI’s chief willing to review blasphemy laws

    ISLAMABAD: The head of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CCI) has said that he is willing to review the country’s blasphemy laws that critics say are frequently misused and have led to the deaths of many, to decide if they are Islamic...

    Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani, chairman of the CCI, told Reuters he was willing to reopen the debate and see whether sentences as harsh as the death penalty were fair...

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