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  • Pakistan squash academies grooming future champions: Qamar Zaman

    ISLAMABAD: Squash legend Qamar Zaman on Tuesday said it will take up to four years to bring talented youngsters to fore who could play their role in regaining glory for Pakistan in the racquet game...

    Talking to APP, Qamar said: “The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has asked legendary duo of Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan besides myself to work on youth in the academies set up in Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar and Lahore and groom them...

  • Zaheer to oversee sports academies in Punjab

    LAHORE: International Cricket Council (ICC) president and Pakistan batting legend Zaheer Abbas will supervise the establishment and functioning of sports academies which are being set up by the government of Punjab...

    “The meeting discussed the establishment of academies, sports grounds and other infrastructure in the Punjab province...

  • Zaheer, Sports Board Punjab to collaborate in cricket academies project

    LAHORE: International Cricket Council (ICC) president and former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas signed on Friday an MoU with the government of Punjab for establishing cricket academies in all major cities of the province...

    According to the details, in the first phase, the academies are to be established in Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi, and in Sialkot, where Zaheer was born...

  • British court rejects Indian attempt to strike out Pakistan’s claim to Hyderabad Fund

    ISLAMABAD: The British High Court of Justice on Tuesday rejected India’s attempt to strike out Pakistan’s claim to the Hyderabad Fund in a judgment the Foreign Office said is a “clear vindication of Pakistan’s stance”...

    is a clear vindication of Pakistan’s principled stance, and the effective legal strategy being pursued by the new legal team,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said in a statement...

  • Rising Pakistan children festival held in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: A large number of students of public and private schools were enthralled by daylong activities in a programme titled ‘Rising Pakistan Children Festival’ held at Mehran Arts Council Latifabad here on Saturday...

    The programme was organised by Bazm-i-Sathi Hyderabad and sponsored by the Al-Khidmat Foundation Orphan Care Programme...

  • The night my family miraculously escaped Hyderabad Deccan for Pakistan

    How aware were the powers that be that communities, families, friendships would be ripped apart?Desperate times lead to desperate measures, but the horrific chaos leading up to Indian independence, the partition of India and the birth of Pakistan defies belief...

    My mother’s family lived in Hyderabad Deccan in a beautiful house commissioned by my nana abba, Syed Taqquidin, then the Finance Secretary to the Nizam of Hyderabad...

  • Online hotel booking in Pakistan ‘set to grow’

    Speaking at the launch of the report, Jovago Managing Direc­tor Nadine Malik said Pakistan’s hospitality industry is set to grow in the years to come and the explosion of e-commerce will help the country’s potential as a tourist destination...

    Citing World Travel and Tour­ism Council data, she said that visitors to Pakistan are ex­pected to grow to two million by 2020...

  • Online guide published to encourage sustainable business in Pakistan

    KARACHI: “The reason why Pakistan suffers from rampant child labour is because the definition of a child varies to suit the needs of a few...

    Once it is universalised, then only will we be able to eradicate this social evil,” said Karamat Ali, executive director of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (Piler)...

  • Pakistan to get its first online registry for heart stents

    The Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan (DRAP) has launched the country's first ever "Online National Registry for Cardiac Stent”, in a move that aims to bring greater transparency to the process of planting heart stents...

    Today, having launched the online registry for stents, a DRAP official while speaking to Dawn...

  • UK online snooping against Pakistan ‘alarming’

    ISLAMABAD: Digital rights activists and lawmakers appear equally concerned by recent claims that Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) gained access to Pakistan’s Internet Exchange under its computer network exploitation (CNE) — or hacking — operations...

    The revelations, made by journalists Glenn Greenwald and Andrew Fishman in a recent article for The Intercept, indicate that by using vulnerabilities in ‘Cisco...

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