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  • Warner to play for NSW in injury comeback

    SYDNEY: Australia opener David Warner will play for New South Wales against South Australia in a Sheffield Shield match from Wednesday as he strives to prove his fitness for the first cricket test against New Zealand...

    Warner hasn’t played since Sept
  • NSW to probe Hughes’ death

    SYDNEY: The New South Wales (NSW) state government says it will conduct a coroner’s inquest into the death of Australian Test cricketer Phillip Hughes during a first-class match at the Sydney Cricket Ground last year...

    The former Test batsman was struck in the side of the head by a short-pitched delivery while batting for South Australia against NSW in a Sheffield Shield match on Nov 25...

  • Pakistan, Russia call for multi-polar world

    Read: ‘We are now seeing a renaissance of ties between Russia and Pakistan’They agreed that the Yemen conflict should be resolved through diplomatic means and use of force must be discouraged and abandoned...

    There was a consensus that a multi-polar world would ensure peace and balance in international relations...

  • Multi-party conference on China-Pakistan corridor soon: Mengal

    QUETTA: President of his own faction of the Balochistan National Party Akhtar Mengal announced on Sunday that a multi- party conference would be convened in Islamabad soon to discuss reservations of the people of his province about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)...

    The BNP-M chief said that during his visit to Pakistan the Chinese president had announced plans to invest $46 billion on the CPEC and other projects, but the...

  • ‘Illegal fishing by Indians causes multi-billion-rupee losses to Pakistan’

    KARACHI: The country incurs revenue losses of billions of rupees every year due to the ‘illegal fishing activities’ of Indians, who deliberately violate Pakistan sea limits, said commander Ghazi Salahuddin of the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency during a workshop held at local hotel on Wednesday...

    Part of a USAID-funded project being implemented by the World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan, the workshop was the last of a series of...

  • Pakistan desires multi-dimensional ties with Russia, says Nawaz

    UFA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that Pakistan attached great importance to its ties with the Russian Federation and was keen to enhance bilateral relations...

    “We want a multi-dimensional relationship with Russia in the fields of trade, defence, energy, infrastructure, culture and other spheres,” the prime minister said in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the SCO Summit...

  • India to have patrol-free, multi-layer smart fence along Pakistan, Bangladesh borders

    India will have a patrol-free, multi-layered smart fence along its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh by the second half of 2017, the Press Trust of India news agency reported Wednesday...

    Sharma further said that once the CIBMS becomes operational, aided by laser fence, surveillance radars, satellite imagery and thermal gadgets, the troops on ground will respond when they detect an infiltration bid in the multi-tier security ring,...

  • Suspects plead guilty in US multi-million dollars scam

    This was the period when the Pakistani community in the United States felt particularly vulnerable because of the rapidly deteriorating US-Pakistan relations and some of them were easily persuaded to believe that they need to pay the scammers to avoid arrest...

    On Friday, the department issued a statement saying that this multi-million-dollar telephone impersonation fraud and money laundering scheme was perpetrated by India-based...

  • Multi-party moot demands Fata-KP merger before next elections

    PESHAWAR: As Fata parliamentarians gear up for the Oct 9 mass protest in Islamabad to press the government for constitutional amendment to mainstream their region, a multi-party conference here on Tuesday demanded the merger of tribal areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa before the next general elections...

    The Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Sami organised the conference, which was attended by KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, Pakistan Defence Council...

  • Fire engulfs multi-storey building in Clifton

    KARACHI: A fire engulfed three floors, including the ground floor, of a multi-storey building in Clifton on Sunday morning...

    Talking to the media, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Khurram Sher Zaman claimed the KMC fire department reached the spot 45 minutes late...

  • Multi-billion rupee Safe City project picked up again

    ISLAMABAD: The government will be reviving the controversial multi-billion rupee ‘Safe City’ project, under which close to 2,000 surveillance cameras would be installed in the capital...

    Read: Pilot ‘Safe City’ project gets underwayThe Safe City project was approved on December 29, 2009 following an agreement between Pakistan and China...

  • Five students killed in multi-vehicle crash in US

    MIAMI: Five nursing students were killed and two injured in a fiery highway accident involving seven vehicles in the US state of Georgia, officials said...

    The university students, who were reportedly on their way to their last day of nursing clinical rotations, died on Wednesday after a tractor-trailer truck failed to stop when traffic slowed, police told local media
  • Paris-Riyadh discuss multi-billion projects

    RIYADH: France and Saudi Arabia are discussing economic projects worth tens of billions of euros, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Tuesday...

    “If concluded, these 20 projects would be worth tens of billions of euros,” Fabius told reporters in Riyadh
  • Multi-party conference decides judiciary probe poll rigging

    PESHAWAR: In the absence of major opposition parties, the multi-party conference convened by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on Tuesday decided to investigate the allegations of mismanagement and rigging in the May 30 local body elections through a judicial commission...

    Every decision of the commission will be acceptable to the government,” the chief minister told reporters after the multi-party conference here...

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