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  • Movie review: The Lego Ninjago Movie

    Earlier this year, Lego came up with The Lego Batman Movie where a super-cool and super-alone Batman had to save the world from his usual villains...

    Sadly, the same can’t be said of Lego’s next venture The Lego Ninjago Movie, despite the presence of Jackie Chan and others...

  • Movie review: My Little Pony: The Movie

    My Little Pony: The Movie is a cute flick strictly for those kids who are accustomed to the cartoon series because if you don’t know the characters, you will not be able to enjoy the film...

    Led by Tempest Shadow, a broken horned unicorn, they seize all but one princess — Princess Twilight Sparkle, who escapes with her friends...

  • Movie: The Lego Batman movie

    In The Lego Batman movie, the world’s greatest detective is pitted against the worst villains on the planet, led by arch rival Joker and has to save Gotham while trying to pass on as Bruce Wayne, train a youngster as his sidekick, deal with Alfred’s snooping and Commissioner Gordon’s retirement...

    Just like The Lego Movie (2014), everything is awesome here, and it also mocks Batman’s previous appearances in films and makes fun of...

  • All-star movie demands new look at India-Pakistan partition

    He and his wife (Gillian Anderson) are portrayed as well-meaning if naive puppets of London at the start of the Cold War, as Mountbatten agrees to the carve up the subcontinent between Hindu-dominant India and Muslim Pakistan...

    While global politics is being made upstairs, the Indian servants observe the goings-on with mounting horror, just as a love story buds between a Muslim member of staff (Huma Qureshi) and a Hindu valet...

  • Horse-racing fraternity suggests steps to improve falling standard

    LAHORE: The horse-racing fraternity here has pinned high hopes on the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Lahore Race Club (LRC) that it would take some positive steps to improve quality and quantity of horseracing, particularly of thoroughbreds which has shown a downward slide in recent past...

    The AGM scheduled for this Sunday should trace out the causes of the down fall of thoroughbred racing, members of fraternity told...

  • Mohammed's dream: Racing past Usain Bolt for Palestine

    The yoga instructor with a sociology degree first starting dreaming of flying the Palestinian flag after winning a 100-meter sprint a few years ago...

    There are 100-meter tracks, but they are asphalt and can cause injuries,” laments the young man wearing a keffiyeh in the colours of the Palestinian flag around his neck and with a curly mop of hair falling over his forehead...

  • Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing win Volvo Race

    GOTHENBURG: Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (Azzam), skippered by Briton Ian Walker, won the 12th edition of the Volvo Ocean Race on Monday...

    Walker’s crew finished fifth in the ninth and final leg, the fleet having covered 38,739 nautical miles (74,000km) in just under nine months of racing since it set sail from Alicante, Spain, in early October last year...

  • Six events on card as LRC reverts to day/night racing

    The fields are tiny with just one race where acceptors have crossed the double figure mark...

    Meanwhile, the LRC stewards have given fresh incentive to owners/trainers with revised procedure in handicaps in respect of the demotion of thoroughbred (TBP) and half-bred (HB) horses from class Vi to Class VII up to division I and division II and still further with immediate effect...

  • Unknown pedigree racing on the rise during last season

    LAHORE: The Lahore racing season 2014-15, which ended on June 18, had seen a massive shift by the horse owners to induct qualitative unknown breed horses in racing which had made it a more popular feature than thoroughbred racing...

    Some of them astonishingly matched or often surpassed thoroughbreds in racing prowess, there being no dearth of those winning four to five races in-a-row while competing against thoroughbred horses even......

  • Motor racing: Wilson's death triggers calls for IndyCar safety review

    The death of British IndyCar driver Justin Wilson has once again raised questions about the safety of motor racing and prompted calls for the introduction of closed cockpits...

    “I think that it is time that solutions are looked for and I think it is time that the drivers got together and came up with a few ideas and I sincerely hope that some progress will be made on this issue...

  • Rally racing in Nooriabad sparks interest of locals

    NOORIABAD: As many as 15,000 spectators travelled all the way from Karachi and Hyderabad to enjoy the third Hub Rally, Nooriabad, organised by Toyota Highway Motors in collaboration with Sherwani Motors here on Sunday...

    The newest, shortest and fastest track for the rally racing in Nooriabad is a welcome change as connoisseurs of the rally racing are more used to watching top rally drivers here, including Nadir Magsi, Mukesh Chawla...

  • Karachi police take action against display of weapons, illegal racing in DHA

    Police in Karachi have launched a "special campaign" against the public display of weapons, illegal car and bike racing, and vehicles without proper documentation in the Defence Housing Authority area, particularly in Phase 8...

    He urged citizens to cooperate with the police in their efforts to enforce the ban, adding that the people should support the government instead of criticising it...

  • Car, jeep racing banned in Karachi, Thatta

    The Government of Sindh on Friday banned car and jeeb racing and overspeeding in Karachi and Thatta for the next six months...

    The provincial government sent out a notification enforcing Section 144 (6) of the Criminal Proceedings Code (CrPC) on motorcar and jeep racing and over-speeding within the limits of Karachi Division and Thatta District...

  • Govt racing to meet FATF demands before June

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is putting the finishing touches to its action plan with proposed measures for combating money laundering and terror financing with the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to chart its way forward once it is placed on the grey list by the global watchdog in June...

    A compliance report has been submitted by the government to the Asia-Pacific Group (APG) — a sub-group within FATF — detailing the steps...

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