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    Pakistan India Hockey Match Highlights Sting

  • TV channel’s ‘sting operation’ causes uproar in Sindh PA

    This, it was learnt later, was part of a private television channel’s ‘sting operation’ to expose the inadequate security protocol at the assembly...

    Later, a case was registered against them under Sections 452 (house-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint), 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code at the Arambagh police station... ...

  • Feature: Taking the sting out of poverty

    “Don’t go close to the boxes, if the bees get disturbed, they might sting you,” the beekeeper warns, inspecting one of the traditionally made hives, before he shook hands...

    Having spent 22 years in the profession, Khan says that Pakistan exports honey to more than two dozen countries but Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates are the biggest buyers of Pakistani honey...

  • FlOat like a butterfly, sting like a bee

    There are days Azmeena Sanghar wakes up dreaming of winning Olympic gold...

    “It feels so real that I can almost bite it,” says the 17-year-old amateur boxer, who started training at the Pak Shaheen Boxing Club on Lyari’s Jumma Baloch Road over a year ago
  • Dead pitch, no crowds take sting out of first Test

    Here in the UAE, now the home of Pakistan cricket, the facilities have been great in every sense of the word, barring the crowds which have been scant in attendance regardless of the opposition...

    In the limited over games prior to this Test series in which Pakistan pulled off a clean sweep in the T20 series and in the ODIs, the attendance was not that bad...

  • Indian budget to sting buyers of iPhones, Audi cars, other luxury goods

    MUMBAI: India outlined a farmer-friendly budget on Thursday, but for its burgeoning middle class, who aspire to own luxury goods ranging from Ray-Bans to iPhones, and Zippos to Fitbits — imported goods are set to get a whole lot costlier...

    The budget outlined by India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley doubled existing customs duties on imported lighters, perfumes, make-up, wrist watches, sunglasses, toys and gaming consoles...

  • Austrian vice chancellor forced to resign after hidden camera sting

    VIENNA: Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, resigned on Saturday after explosive revelations came to light from a hidden camera sting, just days before key EU elections...

    Germany’s Der Spiegel and Sueddeutsche Zeitung published hidden-camera recordings of the sophisticated sting operation at a luxury villa...

  • Pakistan defeat Bangladesh 7-0 in first Hockey Asia Cup match

    Pakistan hockey team thrashed Bangladesh in their first match of Hockey Asia Cup by defeating the latter by 7 goals to nill at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday...

    Abu Bakar Mahmood led the team to victory with a hat-trick, while Ammad Shakeel Butt and Arsalan Qadir also contributed to Pakistan's extraordinary win, DawnNews reported...

  • Pakistan Hockey Federations wants to host World XI tie, hockey league

    Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) President Khalid Khokhar recently met the Chief of Army Staff, Gen Qamar Bajwa at General Headquarters in Rawalpindi...

    Khokhar, a retired brigadier, expressed satisfaction over the meeting and said: "Gen Bajwa appreciated the idea of a proposed hockey league featuring international stars, to be held in Lahore at the end of this year...

  • Hockey-5 C'ship to revolutionise hockey: Tahir Zaman

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan hockey team Chief Coach and Olympian Tahir Zaman believes the Hockey-5 Championship will revolutionise the national sport in the country...

    The inaugural Hockey-5 championship is being played at the National Hockey Stadium, Lahore under Floodlights...

  • A spate of suicides highlights the pressures on students in India

    Singh, 20, travelled more than 300 miles from the village of Kolari to Kota, a buzzing city in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan where students from all over the country come to cram for entrance exams to India’s highly competitive engineering and medical colleges...

    More than 160,000 students from across India flocked to Kota’s schools last year, feeding the town’s reputation as the nation’s capital for test preparation...

  • Netanyahu's trip to India highlights tiny Jewish community

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to become the second Israeli premier since Ariel Sharon to visit India in a trip this week that India's tiny and shrinking Jewish community hopes will boost its profile...

    Netanyahu will talk trade in New Delhi and marvel at the Taj Mahal before rounding off his visit in Mumbai, where the majority of India's estimated 4,500 Jews live...

  • Janjua highlights Pakistan efforts for regional security

    He said Pakistan attached great importance to its ties with Iran and was committed to overcoming all irritants for its improvement...

    In his meeting with Japanese ambassador Takashi Kurai, the adviser apprised him of Pakistan’s efforts to build cooperative relations with its neighbours on basis of mutual respect and coexistence...

  • Photography exhibition at SU highlights 70 years of UK-Pakistan friendship

    HYDERABAD: Acting British Deputy High Commissioner in Karachi Steve Crossman on Tuesday observed that education played an important role in friendship between the United Kingdom and Pakistan as the two countries looked to progress together...

    He noted that Pakistan was the recipient of the biggest education programme — the department for international development (DFID) — anywhere in world...

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