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  • Karachi United join Army in quarters, Bhatti United win shootout

    KARACHI: At the start of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) Cup, Karachi United’s aim was to get through to the final round from the qualifying round...

    Second-division United booked their place in the quarter-finals of the PFF Cup on Saturday with a nerve-raking 3-2 victory over fellow Pakistan Football Federation League (PFFL) side Saif Textiles on Saturday to secure second place in Group ‘A’ behind Pakistan Army...

  • Son of Sindh United Party leader found dead under mysterious circumstances in Tando Bago

    Asad Ali Laghari, the 25-year-old son of slain Sindh United Party (SUP) leader Anwar Laghari, was found dead under mysterious circumstances at a house in Tando Bago near Badin on Monday, police said...

    The arrested individuals claimed that Laghari died during a party at the office of the housing scheme owned by local PPP leader on Badin road after consuming liquor and some pills...

  • Labour Party bars Saudi representatives from attending party conference

    A United Kingdom (UK) Labour Party spokesperson said the party had turned down an application from the Saudi embassy to attend the party's annual conference in Brighton, HuffPost reported on Monday...

    "Following evidence of war crimes committed by Saudi Arabia in its bombing campaign in Yemen and other large scale human rights abuses, the NEC agreed that the embassy’s application to attend the Labour Party conference would not be...

  • A corrupt party leader corrupts the entire party: Justice Ahsan

    A Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday heard a set of petitions challenging the Elections Act 2017, filed by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan, Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, the Pakistan Peoples Party and 10 others...

    "A corrupt party leader corrupts the entire structure of the party," Justice Ijaz ul Ahsan remarked during the day's proceedings...

  • United States not considering sanctions on Pakistan, assures State Department

    ISLAMABAD: The US State Department on Tuesday clarified that it was by no means considering the option of putting sanctions on Pakistan, however, it wanted Pakistan to go after all the terrorist groups that are operating or seeking safe haven on its soil...

    According to the transcript of press briefing released by US State Department, Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said United Stated was holding “conversations with the highest level of...

  • 'Relationship between Pakistan and United States is imbalanced'

    ISLAMABAD: Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani on Wednesday termed the relationship between Pakistan and United States as imbalanced and expressed concern at US’ tilt towards India...

    "Bilateral relationship between US and Pakistan seems to be driven by giving priority to US national security interests in the region rather those of Pakistan", Rabbani observed while chairing a Senate session...

  • United States urges India, Pakistan to avoid steps that escalate tensions

    WASHINGTON: India and Pakistan should improve their communications to avoid an increase in tensions over Kashmir, the US State Department said on Thursday after Indian troops reportedly fired across the Line of Control in Azad Jammu and Kashmir...

    ”Know more: United States to urge India for holding talks with Pakistan over Kashmir issueAt least two Pakistan Army soldiers were killed as Indian troops fired across the LoC,...

  • Pakistan's religious right is far from united

    WHEN Donald Trump made the umpteenth provocative policy statement of his presidency last week by declaring that the US would recognise Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Israel, it was reasonable to expect that the religious right across the Muslim world would front a ferocious reaction, with Pakistan no exception...

    In lambasting the compromise, including the role of the army in brokering it, the learned judge indicated that...

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