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  • Millat extends plant shutdown for another 17 days

    KARACHI: Millat Tractors Ltd (MTL) has announced that the production halt at its assembly will continue for another 17 days in the ongoing month taking the shutdown period to 29 days...

    The company on Friday informed the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) that the date for restarting operations has been extended till Jan 20...

  • Will keep hitting sixes to entertain my Pakistani fans, says Karachi Kings' Chris Gayle

    West Indies heavy hitter Chris Gayle is excited to be a part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) a second time and promises to entertain his Pakistani fans...

    "In an exclusive interview with DawnNews, Gayle said he was happy to be drafted by the Karachi Kings for PSL2 and will do his part to ensure the team performs well after the Kings put on a disappointing show in the first season of the PSL...

  • Code for Pakistan brings technology geeks to solve civic and social issues

    ISLAMABAD: A two-day Islamabad Civic Hackathon — an event organised by Code for Pakistan (CfP) and OPEN Islamabad — concluded Sunday with participants working constantly to develop mobile/web applications and digital tools which address civic and social issues...

    “It was inspirational … It makes me feel incredibly hopeful for Pakistan...

  • Pakistan startup founders booked for plagiarising source code

    KARACHI: Four people were reportedly booked on Wednesday for violating copyright and intellectual property laws after allegations of plagiarising source code for a financial information startup surfaced...

    The entrepreneurs behind Investor's Lounge, Baqar Abbas Jafri, Sennen D’Souza, Hammad Ali Hashmi and Waqar Ehsan, have been accused by their former employer ? Mir Muhammad Ali Khan of AMZ MAK Capital Ltd ? of stealing firm’s source...

  • Ambrose feels for cricket-crazy Pakistan fans

    Former West Indian bowling great Curtly Ambrose expressed disappointment at Pakistan's isolation in world cricket, adding that other ‘teams should follow Zimbabwe’s lead...

    ’The 51-year-old Ambrose, in the back drop of the launch of his autobiography ‘Time to Talk’, said he had fond memories of playing cricket in Pakistan and playing away from home would affect the development of local cricketers...

  • Flower wants Pakistan fans to see their heroes in action at home

    LEEDS: Andy Flower, coach of the ICC World XI team, is looking forward to being involved in a series that enables Pakistan fans to “see their heroes” after years of being “starved” of international cricket, he told AFP on Friday...

    The former Zimbabwe batsman and ex-England coach was named on Thursday as the man who will oversee a World XI that will play three T20 Internationals in Lahore next month in a bid to revive international...

  • Amla overwhelmed by Pakistan fans’ reception

    LAHORE: South African batting maestro Hashim Amla is overwhelmed by the tremendous response he and his team-mates of the ICC World XI squad have received during their landmark visit to Pakistan for the ongoing Independence Cup...

    The buzzing crowd, during the first two Twenty20 matches of the Independence Cup between Pakistan and World XI here at the Gaddafi Stadium, chanted and cheered the right-hander’s name which is indeed an...

  • Bangladesh fans blame Pakistan tour, Hasina for Australia pullout

    KOLKATA: Livid Bangladesh fans are blaming their prime minister for drawing world attention to the burgeoning militancy in their backyard after Cricket Australia (CA) scrapped a scheduled tour to their country over security concerns this week...

    Among several other theories, fans have also cited the ongoing tour by their women’s team to Pakistan as a trigger point, saying it was taking place against the wishes of the Australians,...

  • Sammy feels for cricket-starved Pakistan fans

    DUBAI: West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy on Monday said he felt sad for Pakistan cricket fans who are deprived of watching international stars on home grounds due to security fears in the country...

    He said it was up to the West Indies Cricket Board to decide where the series will be played but he certainly feels sad for Pakistan fans...

  • Pakistan fans, former cricketers unite behind Amir ahead of Lord's return

    KARACHI: When Pakistani left-arm quick Mohammad Amir takes to the field at Lord's on Thursday, the bowler can expect overwhelming support from his homeland as he faces a potentially prickly reception from the English crowd...

    In Pakistan, however, ex-players and most fans have come around to forgiving the left-arm pacer, citing his youth at the time of his crime and early admission — though some still have reservations about what...

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