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  • Guns and more guns: Will Wall Street ever abandon firearms?

    WILL Wall Street ever let go of guns?That question has come up before — after the shootings in Newtown, in Orlando, in Las Vegas, and on and on...

    Some major endowments, such as the $10 billion University of California fund, sold guns stocks after the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut, which prompted calls for more gun control...

  • Proteas recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers

    Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers have been recalled to South Africa's one-day international side for the visit of New Zealand later this month, but young wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been axed after a poor run of form in Bangladesh...

    New Zealand will play three ODI matches against the Proteas between August 19-26, after the sides face off in two Twenty20 Internationals...

  • New Delhi sends more pellet guns for Indian troops in held Kashmir

    India's Ministry of Home Affairs may have approved as much as a 600 per cent increase in the supply of pellet guns to troops stationed in held Kashmir, Indian media reported on Thursday...

    The Indian police claim that pellet guns are non-lethal weapons, but according to the Kashmir Blind Spot Campaign, the use of the gun — normally reserved for hunting animals — has resulted in more than 69 deaths and hundreds of cases of blindness...

  • Cricket: The new young guns

    The national selectors should be mighty pleased at the way the second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has panned out...

    The great benefit of franchise-based T20 leagues across the globe has been unearthing new gems of the game and the PSL has been no exception...

  • New Zealand could ban some criminals from being near guns

    New Zealand's government is proposing legislation to ban certain criminals from being anywhere near guns even if they didn't own them, a measure that politicians acknowledge has significant human rights implications...

    Read: New Zealand tightens gun laws again after mosque attackSince then, the government has banned assault weapons such as AR-15-style rifles and has introduced a bill that would create a gun registry to track all guns...

  • World XI crush Pakistan’s young guns 5-1

    KARACHI: The visiting World XI taught Pakistan under-18 a lesson when it subdued the home team 5-1 to go 1-0 up in the two-match series at the Abdul Sattar Hockey Stadium on Friday evening...

    The series has been marked as a key step towards the revival of international hockey in Pakistan...

  • Army chief hails ties with China’s People’s Liberation Army

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday felicitated China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on its 90th founding day and expressed the hope that professional collaboration between the PLA and Pakistan Army would continue to expand to bring peace to the region in general and China and Pakistan in particular...

    “On this historic occasion, I convey deepest compliments from all ranks of Pakistan Army to all ranks...

  • Army chief condemns Taliban attack on Afghan army base

    Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday strongly condemned the attack on a Afghan army base in Mazar-i-Sharif, said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

    The army chief "grieved on the loss of innocent lives and expresses solidarity with Afghan security forces and brotherly resilient Afghan nation", added the statement...

  • Brazil army chief hails Pak army's achievements in meeting with Gen Raheel

    BRASILIA: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Gen Raheel Sharif on Monday met Chief of the Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Brazil Gen José Carlos de Nardi, who hailed the Pakistan Army's professionalism and operational achievements especially in ongoing counter-terrorism operations...

    According to a series of tweets posted by Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt-Gen Asim Bajwa, Gen Raheel was presented a guard of...

  • Large-scale army exercises conclude, army chief expresses satisfaction

    BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Army has concluded large-scale exercises in the Cholistan desert, with Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif attending the concluding phase of the maneuvers...

    Large scale defensive and offensive maneuvers were practiced by the participating troops"We have to remain ready for full spectrum of threats," said the army chief on the occasion, while commending the morale and battle readiness of the troops...

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