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  • To see or not to see opens at Sanat gallery

    KARACHI: It has become a bit of a tradition for artists to pay tribute to the past masters by adding, subtracting or tempering with the subject matter of their masterpieces...

    But an exhibition of Kiran Saleem’s latest body of work titled To see or not to see that began at the Sanat Art Gallery on Tuesday evening will take many art buffs by a pleasant surprise...

  • Must see: Imran Abbas looks absolutely regal in Bollywood flick Jaanisaar!

    Imran Abbas's Bollywood debut Creature 3D might have failed to please audiences in India but the star is definitely back in the game with Muzaffar Ali's upcoming Bollywood period drama Jaanisaar...

    Having played similar roles before in dramas Umrao Jaan Ada (Geo TV) and Noor Bano (HUM TV), the actor looks visibly comfortable in the skin of a royal aristocrat
  • ‘Numaish Karachi’ invites all to reclaim public places

    KARACHI: As an ever expanding metropolis, Karachi seems to be losing many of its public places earlier available to people of all ages and groups...

    ‘Numaish Karachi’ aims to clear away that very image by bringing various artists together at public places for people to enjoy through art, games, swings, library and footages that would give them a kaleidoscopic view of the city they live in...

  • With 30-day police powers, Rangers see no time frame for Karachi operation

    KARACHI: A day after the Sindh government extended the police powers of the paramilitary force for a mere 30 days rather than the usual four months, the Rangers director general took to the social media on Friday to make it abundantly clear that there is no time frame to complete the Karachi operation...

    “Karachi Law Enforcement Operation will continue till its logical conclusion is achieved, in sha Allah,” stated Rangers DG Major...

  • Karachi yet to see 'operation cleanup' materialise

    Though authorities in Karachi were seen engaged in de-watering and removing waste material of sacrificial animals as the nation observed the second day of Eidul Azha on Tuesday, the city was far from relieved of the immense difficulties faced over the past few days...

    Particularly, the outskirts of the city near Malir Nadi (river) and Lyari Nadi (river) pass were still submerged, forcing hundreds of residents to vacate their homes and...

  • Police search places in Geneva for suspected militants

    GENEVA: Police searched the Swiss city of Geneva on Thursday for several suspected extremists militants believed to have links to the militant Islamic State (IS) group, security sources said...

    The security services said they had received information on Wednesday from Swiss federal authorities about suspicious individuals in the Geneva area, almost entirely enclosed by France
  • Terrorism index places Pakistan at fifth spot

    ISLAMABAD: With a noticeable decline in terrorist activities within its borders, Pakistan was placed at fifth position in the Global Terrorism Index 2017 released on Wednesday...

    The report on the index, released by the Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace, said that in Pakistan the number of people killed in terrorist attacks fell to 956 last year, a reduction of 12 per cent as compared to the previous reporting year
  • ‘Protect worship places, property of non-Muslims’

    PESHAWAR: Speakers at a dialogue on the rights of non-Muslims on Tuesday called for speedy work on the Minorities’ Property Protection Bill saying the proposed legislation will ensure protection of their land and action against land grabbers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    The dialogue on ‘religious freedom and minority rights’ was organised by South Asia Partnership Pakistan (SAP-Pk) at a local hotel
  • PSL spot-fixing case: PCB tribunal places 5-year ban on Sharjeel Khan

    The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)-appointed Anti-Corruption Unit on Wednesday awarded Sharjeel Khan a five-year ban in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case, DawnNews reported...

    According to DawnNews, Khan will not be able to play any form of cricket for at least 30 months, after which he may be allowed to play domestic cricket until the completion of the ban — subject to the terms and conditions set by PCB
  • South Korea, Saudi Arabia book World Cup places

    KUALA LUMPUR: South Korea secured a ninth straight appearance at the World Cup with a 0-0 draw against Uzbekistan on Tuesday while Saudi Arabia claimed their place at the finals in Russia next year with a 1-0 victory over Japan...

    Saudi substitute Fahad Al Muwallad scored a spectacular winner for Bert van Marwijk’s side, who qualified for the first time since 2006 with victory over a Japan team that had already reached the finals
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