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  • Taiwan backlash over Emirates flag pin ban

    The airline’s cabin crew traditionally wear the flag pin of their own country on their uniforms...

    But a leaked internal email, apparently from an Emirates manager and circulated by local media, ordered Taiwanese Emirates staff to replace the island’s flag pin with a Chinese one...

  • Masses pin no hope on Punjab budget: PTI

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf MPA Saadia Suhail Rana and senior leader Abdul Aleem Khan have said the masses in Punjab have pinned no hopes on the Punjab budget after the “anti-people” federal budget...

    In separate statements, the PTI leaders said the PML-N governments had always been calculating budgets that suited their vested interests, aimed at exploiting the masses
  • Pakistan pin hopes on Nasir after trio crash

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan chances of winning the Serena Hotel-Chief of Air Staff International Squash Championship became slimmer on Sunday with Nasir Iqbal among three visiting Egyptians succeeding in making the semi-finals here at the Mushaf Squash Complex...

    Pakistan’s Tayyab Aslam and Farhan Mehboob failed to match Nasir’s feat when they crashed out to Egyptians Karim Al-Fathi and Omar Abdel Meguid
  • Sri Lanka’s war widows pin hopes on new president

    JAFFNA: Shunned, destitute and pushed into prostitution in some cases, Sri Lanka’s Tamil widows have returned to northern Jaffna since the end of the separatist war only to discover they are not welcome even in their homeland...

    Now, six years after the war ended, the women who fled the fighting on the peninsula in their thousands are pinning their hopes on the nation’s new president for a better future for their families
  • Desperate Afghans pin asylum hopes on Taliban threat letters

    KABUL: Stamped with the Taliban's crossed sabres emblem, the threat letter in Ahmadzia Abbasi's hand reads like a death warrant — but like many Afghans he sees the document as a ticket to a new life and asylum in Europe...

    The Taliban widely use so-called "night letters" containing lurid threats of violence and death, often delivered by shadowy agents under the cover of darkness, as an effective tool of intimidation
  • Ex-cricketers pin high hopes on Afridi

    ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan stars on Friday pinned hopes on skipper Shahid Afridi to repeat his all-round skills for the second time running when national team take on traditional rivals India in the eagerly-awaited clash of the World Twenty20 in Kolkata on Saturday...

    The ex-stalwarts believe Afridi can play key role in Pakistan’s all-important group match against their arch-rivals
  • With clock ticking, Palestinians pin hopes on Paris summit

    RAMALLAH: After a pair of diplomatic victories, the Palestinians are now setting their sights on a Middle East peace conference in France next month in a bid to rally support as they prepare for the uncertainty of the Trump administration...

    The Palestinians are hopeful that a strong international endorsement in Paris will insulate them from what they fear will be a close alliance between President-elect Donald Trump and Israeli Prime...
  • Govt, PTI pin hopes over SC decision on Panamagate

    ISLAMABAD: Both the government and the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) entertained hopes on Wednesday that the decision handed down by the Supreme Court on the Panama Papers leaks case would be in their favour...

    “The prime minister cannot be disqualified in this case because his name is not in the Panama Papers,” said Federal Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Tariq Fazal Chaudhry while talking to Dawn...
  • American Kashmiris pin hope on Trump for Kashmir resolution

    The US-based World Kashmir Awareness organisation expressed the hope that the upcoming United States President Donald Trump would help resolve long-standing Kashmir dispute to establish durable peace in the region...

    As Trump prepares to assume the presidency on Jan 20, the organisation's Secretary General Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, in a statement addressing the president-elect, said he hoped that he would help mediate on the issue to get the...
  • WI pin hopes on Gayle force to beat New Zealand in ODI series

    WHANGAREI (New Zealand): The West Indies will hope short-form master Chris Gayle can inspire a misfiring batting line-up in the One-day International series against New Zealand starting on Wednesday...

    The tourists meekly surrendered with the bat as they slumped to a 2-0 Test series whitewash against the Black Caps, and need a major improvement in the three ODI games
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