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  • Untimely wet spell set to damage wheat crop

    GUJAR KHAN: The untimely wet spell is poised to damage the wheat crop which is ready for harvesting in the Potohar region...

    Raja Bostan of Negail said the wet spell was preventing him from harvesting the ripe crop while it was impossible to use machines to expedite the process which was needed under the unpredictable weather conditions...

  • Fresh wet spell to hit Pakistan today

    LAHORE: This year’s monsoon rains have left 70 dead across the country since the season began on June 26, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said on Friday, adding that relevant national organisations are gearing up to meet the challenges of a fresh spell of widespread showers expected to begin on Saturday (today)...

    On Friday, several areas in Sindh — the first province hit by the latest weather system — received moderate...
  • Wet weather shoe care

    Umbrellas can keep you from getting soaked but what about your footwear? The streets, the grass, the pavements are not only wet, there are quite a few puddles to jump, pot-holes to avoid and ponds to wade through, given the state of most of our roads...

    The elements have suddenly lashed out at our shoes, which certainly have to bear the brunt of all the wet weather, while keeping our feet dry and comfortable...

  • Djokovic hits 30 successive Slam wins at wet Wimbledon

    LONDON: World number one Novak Djokovic racked up his 30th successive Grand Slam victory at rain-lashed Wimbledon on Wednesday — the defending champion brushing aside Adrian Mannarino 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) to reach the third round...

    The top seed, bidding for a third consecutive title at the All England Club and fourth in all, will face either American 28th seed Sam Querrey or Thomaz Bellucci for a place in the last 16
  • Wet outfield forces draw in Trinidad

    PORT SPAIN: The fourth and final Test of the series between the West Indies and India was abandoned as a draw because of a waterlogged outfield on the scheduled fifth morning in Trinidad on Monday...

  • Wet outfield forces draw in Port-of-Spain

    PORT OF SPAIN: The fourth and final Test of the series between the West Indies and India was abandoned as a draw because of a waterlogged outfield on the scheduled fifth morning in Trinidad on Monday...

    India win the series 2-0 but surrender the top spot in the Test rankings to Pakistan as they needed to defeat the West Indies 3-0 to prevent their arch-rivals from supplanting them at the top, following a 2-2 series draw in England... ...

  • Players frustrated as SA-NZ Test abandoned due to wet field

    DURBAN: The first Test between South Africa and New Zealand was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Tuesday, leaving the two sets of players frustrated as they were forced to settle for a draw...

    Although both teams said that they wanted to play, the umpires have the final say on whether conditions are safe enough
  • Rossi wins wet British MotoGP to retake title lead

    SILVERSTONE: Valentino Rossi of Italy reclaimed the outright lead at the top of the world championship standings with his fourth victory of the season when he triumphed in the British MotoGP at Silverstone on Sunday...

    On a rain-drenched track, Rossi, on a Yamaha, led an all-Italian podium as he finished ahead of Ducati-riding compatriots, Danilo Petrucci, who picked up the best result of his career, and Andrea Dovizioso
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