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  • Year 2015

    RARELY has a democratic government enjoyed a year such as 2015...

    Did they take advantage of the opportunity?The year opened with the sound and fury of the dharnas receding, and the country pulling together under the banner of fighting militancy to the very end...

  • 2015 — the year that IS terror went global

    PARIS: From the blood spilled in the streets of Paris to the San Bernardino shootings, the world in 2015 showed its vulnerability to the brand of terror perpetrated by the jihadists of militant Islamic State group...

    As the year closed, even California appeared to have become a target, when the married couple Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik killed 14 people in San Bernardino...

  • Polio cases in 2015 declined 82pc over last year, PM told

    ”In a meeting of the National Task Force on Polio Eradication at the PM House, the premier was told that the incidence of polio had declined 82 per cent over last year...

    Earlier, Senator Ayesha Raza Farooq briefed the meeting on the performance of her task force, saying that polio cases recorded in 2015 had declined 82 per cent over last year...

  • China's economic growth wanes to 25-year low in 2015

    BEIJING: China's economic growth ebbed to a 25-year low in 2015 as trade and consumer spending weakened, deepening a downturn that has fuelled anxiety abroad over its impact on an uncertain global outlook...

    9 per cent in 2015, the government said Tuesday, down from 7...

  • Younis, Yasir, Sarfraz make it to ICC’s Test Team of the Year 2015

    The ICC on Wednesday announced its Test and ODI Teams of the Year, as chosen by a specially appointed selection panel chaired by the ICC’s Cricket Committee chairman and former India captain Anil Kumble...

    The qualification period ran from September 18th 2014 to September 13th 2015 and the selection panel included past greats of the world game including former West Indies fast bowler Ian Bishop, ex England batsman Mark Butcher, former...

  • 2015: Best offbeat sports moments of the year

    Novak Djokovic eating grass at Wimbledon, a pistol-packing referee in Brazil, or a ghost haunting Pakistan cricketer Haris Sohail: it’s been a bumper year for world sports’ light-hearted moments...

    It turned out to be the 29-year-old Taylor...

  • Samsung Electronics posts record $10 billion profit in 3rd quarter, replaces CEOs

    The world's biggest memory chip and smartphone maker has faced multiple challenges since last year, including a humiliating recall of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 handsets and a corruption scandal that engulfed its de facto leader...

    But its net profits for July to September soared 148 per cent on the same period a year ago — its best for any quarter — it said in a statement, thanks to strong demand for its memory chips and a recovery...

  • 3rd ODI abandoned after rain as Pakistan clinch series 2-0

    LAHORE: The third and final day-night international between Pakistan and Zimbabwe ended as a no result in Lahore on Sunday after play was ended by a sandstorm followed by rain...

    Raza then came into his own, trapping Hafeez with a sharp delivery before dismissing Asad Shafiq (16) and Sarfraz Ahmed (25) to improve on his 2-25 against Afghanistan at Bulawayo last year...

  • 3rd Test: Pakistan in dominant position after day four against Windies

    Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq are poised to end their storied careers on a winning note after Pakistan played their way into a strong position on day four of the third test against West Indies on Saturday...

    On a day when the match came alive, Pakistan declared at 174 for eight wickets in their second innings, setting West Indies a victory target of 304 runs at Windsor Park in Roseau on the island of Dominica
  • 3rd Test: Chase and Holder dig in to defy Pakistan

    An unbroken 53-run seventh-wicket partnership between Roston Chase and Jason Holder frustrated Pakistan's push for a series-clinching victory with the West Indies holding on at 146 for six at tea on the last day of the third and final Test at Windsor Park in Dominica on Sunday...

    Set an improbable target of 304 and starting the final day at seven for one, all looked lost for the home side when Shane Dowrich became Yasir Shah's fourth...
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