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  • Proton smasher set to expand physics horizon

    GENEVA: The world’s most powerful proton smasher is preparing for its biggest run yet, which scientists hope will uncover new particles of matter that could dramatically change our understanding of the universe...

    In 2012 it was used to prove the existence of the Higgs Boson — the long-sought maker of mass — by crashing high-energy proton beams at velocities near the speed of light...

  • Russia launches Proton rocket with UK satellite

    MOSCOW: Russia on Friday successfully launched a Proton rocket with a British satellite in the first such launch since an engine failure in May resulted in a Mexican satellite being destroyed...

    A Proton-M rocket carrying an Inmarsat-5 F3 communications satellite launched from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 1144 GMT as scheduled, Russia’s space agency said...

  • COLUMN: MOONLIT SAGA

    Here she meets the members of the other Shaikh family: the handicapped Safia, unmarried and a teacher; her sister Parveen who has married and migrated to Pakistan; and their brothers Binky and Vicky, one a smooth-talking Westernised aristocrat, the latter an unworldly idealist seen by his family as a madman...

  • The saga of Na Maloom Afraad

    But as film junkies, the media and showbiz bigwigs swarmed the red carpet space (which happened in the blink of an eye and it became pretty crowded), it all turned into a One Day International, say, between Pakistan and India...

    ”On the issue of the emphasis being on rom-coms, she remarked, “Pakistan has a very diverse range of subjects...

  • LNG saga takes new turn

    ISLAMABAD: In a fresh twist to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) saga, the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) has refused to provide gas to Universal Development Gas Company (UGDC), an umbrella company of CNG stations, and has asked individual gas stations to import the commodity through Pakistan State Oil (PSO)...

    Interestingly, the SNGPL has asked the CNG sector to make advance payments, open letters of credit (LCs) for LNG...

  • PSL and the spot-fixing saga: In conversation with Najam Sethi

    With much being said about the ongoing trial in the spot-fixing scandal that surfaced in the second season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), we decided to talk to the man at the helm of things...

    Abdul Ghaffar (AG): People believe that the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) lack of evidence is delaying the spot-fixing scandal investigation, how do you respond to that?Najam Sethi (NS): The PCB is following a procedure set by the...

  • New chapter in Panamagate saga begins today

    The ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is shoring up its legal defence, while its arch-rival, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), has vowed to either “celebrate” or “chase the PM all the way to Adiala Jail”...

    Ruling out any rifts or cracks in the ruling party, and said the entire party backed Nawaz Sharif and his family in the Panamagate saga...

  • The slide saga

    For those who keep an eye on the forex market and regularly interact with bank treasuries, it was not a secret that the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) had left the rupee to find its market-based value on that particular day...

  • Govt, army draw a line under Dawn probe saga

    “Pakistan Army believes in democracy like all other Pakistanis and will continue to work to strengthen democracy in the country while remaining [within the ambit of] the Constitution,” he said...

    The PM’s Office had also recommended referring Dawn to the All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) for “necessary disciplinary action”, but did not say what the charges against the Dawn Editor or Cyril Almeida — who wrote the story — would...

  • Comment: PCB’s gains and losses in the Big Three saga

    Pakistan itself thought long and hard before agreeing – albeit reluctantly...

    Under the then Chairman Zaka Ashraf, Pakistan had refused to become a party to Big Three but their refusal mattered little since the proposal was already set for implementation with as many as nine votes in its favour and PCB on the verge of isolation...

  • The saga continues

    Jeffrey Archer’s Clifton Chronicles saga — an expansive political drama set primarily in Britain in the 1970s — continues with the latest instalment, Cometh the Hour...

    While it isn’t strictly necessary to read the previous Clifton Chronicles books in order to appreciate the general overarching plot of Archer’s saga, they make for satisfying summer reading if one has the time, leisure, and inclination to do so...

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