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  • Laxchman Singh, Beaconhouse set final clash

    LAHORE: CDGL Qilla Laxchman Singh High School and Meiji Beaconhouse will face off in the final of the Lahore Region Cricket Commissioner Cup after they won their respective semi-finals by big margins here on Monday...

    Deadly bowling by Zaid Alam (4-15) helped Laxchman Singh High School crush Harvest Group Aitchison by eight wickets at the Bagh-i-Jinnah cricket ground...

  • Pakistan's mixed martial arts fighter Uloomi Karim downs India's Yadwinder Singh

    Pakistan's Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Uloomi Karim Shaheen on Saturday beat India's Yadwinder Singh in a World Series of Fighting Global Championship (WSOF-GC) bout at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines...

    Ahmed Mujtaba, another MMA fighter from Pakistan, was also successful at Manila as he beat Philippines' Neil Laranow in the first round via a Triangle Choke...

  • Literary Notes: Siddiq Salik: a humorist in uniform on martial law and other ‘medicines’

    Hama yaran dauzakh (1974), his memoirs recording the events and impressions as a prisoner of war in India after the 1971 Pakistan-India war, is especially a heart-warming amalgamation of wit and melancholy, a brave effort to smile at miseries...

    Especially in his Ta dam-i-tehreer (1981), a collection of satirical pieces and brief travel accounts, when he tries to “diagnose” the ills that are keeping Pakistan from becoming a great...

  • Laxman Singh School lift A.H. Kardar Cup

    LAHORE: Fine batting by Qasim Akram and equally good bowling from Anas Waheed helped Government Qila Laxman Singh School win the A...

    Kardar Cup Inter-school Champ­ionships final with a crushing 99-run defeat of Karachi region Al-Fatima School at the Gaddafi Stadium here on Tuesday...

  • Girls school in Toba Tek Singh wins international award

    TOBA TEK SINGH: Government Girls High School, Chak 338-JB, Nawan Lahore, Gojra, has won the British Council’s International School Award (ISA) for teaching skills and activities of students aimed at promoting local culture, cultivation, embroidery, traditional games, hand wash, earth pot making and languages learning...

  • Shawala Teja Singh temple needs preservation

    SIALKOT: Centuries-old Shawala Teja Singh temple is crumbling and needs preservation...

    Local Hindu leaders Rattan Laal, former District Council member, and Rumaish Kumar haveurged the government to ensure the early repairing of the crumbling building of Shawala Teja Singh temple...

  • The ‘unfair disadvantage’ of being Khushwant Singh's son

    Rahul Singh, a distinguished journalist, has inherited his love for Pakistan from his legendary father Khushwant Singh...

    Hiding behind distinguished Indian journalist Rahul Singh’s calm exterior, is the excitement at having been able to take a pilgrimage to Hadali, his family’s home town on our side of the Wagah border...

  • Remembering Ranjit Singh

    WHEN one thinks of Sikh rule in Punjab — one that spanned at least half a century — who comes to mind but their leader, the powerful Maharaja Ranjit Singh...

    There are gold, silver and copper coins, as well as Ranjit Singh’s gold medals, miniatures including portraits of Sikh spiritual and political figures, weapons, some clothing of the nobility, elegant furniture from the darbar (royal court), royal decrees and Sikh holy books... ...

  • Amardeep Singh recounts his quest for Sikh community’s roots

    ISLAMABAD: At an Islamabad Literature Festival session on Pakistan’s Sikh heritage, Amardeep Singh recounted his “personal quest” in search of his community’s roots - a quest that led him to 36 sites in 30 days during his first visit to Pakistan, and 90 more in 45 days during his most recent trip...

    The panel discussion, titled Lost Heritage: The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan, was held on Saturday, the second day of the festival...

  • Where did Sukhbir Singh go?

    And here in Lahore, last week, bhangra singer Sukhbir Singh, as per reports that poured in, was able to run away with more than $2,000! The strange thing in the whole saga is, till the time of filing this news item, that it wasn’t known as to where Sukhbair S vanished with the money...

  • TTP claims responsibility for Singh’s murder

    PESHAWAR: As the last rites of Sardar Soran Singh, a member of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa cabinet, were performed in Buner district on Saturday, the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the killing...

    TTP spokesman Muhammad Khurrasani issued a statement, saying that Mr Singh was a high-level government functionary...

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