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  • Little Afghan Messi fan not giving up on meeting idol

    KABUL: The five-year-old Afghan boy who won the Internet's heart when he was pictured wearing a plastic bag as an improvised Lionel Messi jersey is still eager to meet the Argentine football superstar, he told AFP Friday...

    Murtaza Ahmadi travelled with his family to Kabul this week to receive two jerseys autographed by Messi and presented to the young fan by UNICEF
  • Bethlehem fetes Palestinian Arab Idol singing hero

    BETHLEHEM: Hundreds of Palestinians celebrated in Bethlehem after a young singer from the occupied West Bank city became the second Palestinian to win the Arab Idol television song contest...

    He became the second Palestinian to win the contest after Mohammed Assaf, who was raised in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, won Arab Idol against all odds aged 23 in 2013...

  • 'Idol' singers — Japan's obsession with minor girls

    She is a so-called “idol” singer, common in Japan, where rights groups have complained that society's sometimes permissive view of the sexualisation of young girls puts minors at risk...

    Idol Tama Himeno, who has performed on stage since the age of 16, says the men attending her shows worship the performers and crave communication with young girls that they cannot get elsewhere...

  • Karachi mayor earns CJP’s ire over Pakistan Quarters episode

    KARACHI: Expressing displeasure with Karachi Mayor Wasim Akhtar with regard to the Oct 24 protest by residents of Pakistan Quarters during a police action to vacate government houses from them, Chief Justice of Pakistan Main Saqib Nisar on Friday observed that ethnic issues in Karachi must now come to an end...

    The mayor was present in the courtroom when the CJP asked him why he did not bring the issue of Pakistan Quarters into his...

  • Accountability court episode: Nisar too faced such situations but dared not protest, says Sana

    LAHORE: The PML-N says what was done to Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal at the accountability court in Islamabad is nothing new as during the last four years this ministry has faced similar situations many times but avoided raising its voice against those behind such incidents...

    “Former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan faced similar situations on many occasions during the last four-year tenure of the PML-N, but he preferred to...

  • Axact episode echoes in SC

    ISLAMABAD: The ongoing episode of Axact allegedly awarding fake degrees echoed in the Supreme Court on Monday during the hearing of challenges to the 18th and 21st amendments...

    Also read: Pakistan seeks FBI assistance to probe Axact scamThe full court had taken up petitions against the 18th and 21st amendments in the Constitution that assails the appointment procedure of superior court judges and the setting up of military courts to...

  • PML-N group for probe into rally’s route change episode

    GUJRAT: A strong group within the local chapter of the ruling PML-N has expressed concern and demanded a probe into changing the route of cavalcade of party chief Nawaz Sharif at the entrance to the Gujrat city...

    Even Mr Sharif had expressed wonder and got his vehicle stopped for a while along GT Road bypass to inquire as to why the route was changed
  • Episode or system?

    EVERY few years, we in Pakistan hold a powerful individual or a group of individuals to account through extraordinary arrangements...

    Has this episodic spurt, without improving the overall system of accountability improved the rule of law or the state of corruption in Pakistan?The first constituent assembly passed the controversial Public and Representative Office (Disqualification) Act (Proda), 1949, that provided for trial of...

  • PAT protests ‘injustice’ in Model Town episode

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Awami Tehreek staged a protest camp outside the Punjab Assembly here on Wednesday against what it called the government’s failure to do justice in the Model Town tragedy despite passage of a year...

    He wondered how the Punjab chief minister remained unaware of the killing of 14 Pakistan Awami Tehreek workers by police on June 17 last year...

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