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  • Qatari royal inaugurates power plant in Karachi after separate meetings with Sharifs in Lahore

    Qatari royal Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani on Wednesday inaugurated a power plant at Port Qasim in Karachi along with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, DawnNews reported...

    Unit-1 of the 1320 megawatt Port Qasim coal-fired power plant project, which is expected to generate 600mw of energy, has been jointly sponsored by Chinese and Qatari firms, Radio Pakistan reported...

  • Karachi Kings off to royal start

    DUBAI: A hat-trick by paceman Mohammad Amir followed by impressive half-centuries from Lendl Simm­ons and Shakib Al Hasan helped Karachi Kings outplay Lahore Qalan­dars by seven wickets in the PSL match here at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Friday...

    A 109-run third-wicket stand between Simmons and Shakib made the modest 126-run chase easy after Karachi made a disastrous start, losing two early wickets for just four runs...

  • Karachi’s role in Royal Indian Navy mutiny explored

    KARACHI: To mark the 70th anniversary of the Royal Indian Navy mutiny that took place on Feb 18, 1946, the Perween Rahman Lecture Series organised a talk by researcher Aslam Khwaja, which delved into the role the city of Karachi played at the time of the mutiny...

    “Both fronts played an integral role in the mutiny and during clashes in Karachi 14 Indian naval officers and over a dozen civilians lost their lives,” he said...

  • Royal Air Force's Red Arrows arrive in Karachi, perform aerobatics

    KARACHI: United Kingdom’s renowned aerobatic team Red Arrows arrived in the country on Tuesday, said a statement released by the Pakistan Air Force...

    The aerobatic team, led by Squadron Leader David of the Royal Air Force (RAF), performed aerobatics over the skies of the metropolis and attracted a large number of spectators, added the statement...

  • Royal college to conduct MRCS exams in Pakistan

    LAHORE: The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, UK is conducting the Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons (MRCS) exam in Pakistan for the first time through the British Council...

    The college has also announced this year’s schedule for Pakistani candidates to apply and sit the exam in major cities, including Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad...

  • PTI concerned over Qatari royal family’s visit to Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: In the backdrop of Panamagate and a letter of a Qatari prince in support of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s stance in the Supreme Court, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) raised concerns on Thursday over the current visit of Qatari royal family’s delegation to Pakistan...

    Giving details of the meeting, PTI Information Secre­tary Naeemul Haq said that the government had kept the objectives and reasons of the Qatari...

  • Pakistan condemns Yemen missile attack targeting Saudi royal palace

    Pakistan on Wednesday condemned a missile attack carried out yesterday by Yemen's Houthi rebels targeting the official residence of Saudi King Salman...

    "Pakistan stands firmly with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in confronting terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," the FO said, adding that Pakistan reaffirms its support to Saudi Arabia...

  • Photographers on Royal Trail

    LAHORE: A grand photo walk on the Royal Trail was organised by the Walled City of Lahore Authority on Saturday...

    Attended by around 800 photographers, the WCLA claims the event biggest one in Pakistan...

  • William and Kate: royal parents with a modern image

    The couple have cultivated an image as down-to-earth parents ever since William drove his new family home from hospital after the birth of Prince George in 2013, his hands-on approach being in stark contrast to previous generations of royal fathers...

    She has since gained respect for her struggles against acute morning sickness, which hospitalised her during her pregnancy with George, and her reported willingness to stand up to the...

  • Royal Shakespeare Company founder Peter Hall dies

    LONDON: British director Peter Hall, who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1960 and is credited with the boom of post-war British theatre, has died at the age of 86, the National Theatre said on Tuesday...

    Hall stayed at the Royal Shakespeare Company until 1968, after which he became head of the National Theatre in 1973 and oversaw its transfer to the South Bank arts centre...

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