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  • Sweet Ruby wins feature event at LRC

    LAHORE: Four-year-old bay filly Sweet Ruby put up an excellent performance to clinch the feature event during the Lahore Winter Meeting at the Racecourse here on Sunday...

    Malik-trained filly, Sweet Ruby backed at 40 t0 100 beat bay horse Jeevan by over six lengths in the Brumal Plate for class six event run over the sprinting distance of 1,100 metres in a smart timing of one minute 6 3/5 seconds, ever recorded by an unknown pedigree...

  • Sweet Ruby runs off with Labour Day Cup

    LAHORE: Four-year-old bay filly Sweet Ruby proved worth her name when she took the horse-racing fans by surprise in winning the Labour Day Cup during the concluding Lahore Winter Meeting at the Racecourse here on Sunday...

    Malik-trained Five to two chance Sweet Ruby, partnered by jockey Aamir Pervez challenged the front-running favourite colt No Regards (A...

  • ‘Emerging Pakistan’ aims to woo Londoners

    LONDON: Pakistan has secured an early lead in the contest with India to grace London with the most prominent celebrations of the 70th anniversary of independence...

    Having laid on a successful UK edition of the Karachi Literature Festival, Pakistan’s branding is now being driven around central London on some double-decker buses...

  • Pakistan buys bulletproof buses to woo back visiting teams

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has bought four bulletproof buses as it tries to convince other teams to shed their security apprehensions and visit the country...

    Pakistan has largely been shunned by teams since 2009 when gunmen attacked a bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers, injuring six players and killing six security personnel and two civilians...

  • ANP, PTI woo JUI-F to form LG govt in Swabi

    Pakistan Muslim League-N is also supporting us in formation of the district government,” he added...

    In the district assembly, ANP has 22 members, JUI-F seven, PTI 10, Awami Jamhoori Ittehad Pakistan six, and Swabi Qaumi Mahaz, QWP, JI and PML-N two each...

  • Indian tech start-ups woo talent back from America

    MUMBAI: After losing top engineering talent for years to America’s tech heartland of Silicon Valley, India is luring them back as an e-commerce boom sparks a thriving start-up culture, unprecedented pay, and perks including free healthcare for in-laws...

    India’s IT industry has long been seen as a back-office backwater, even by its own engineers who started moving abroad in their droves in the 1970s
  • Jaishankar made 'unannounced' China visit to woo Beijing for NSG membership: report

    China has led the opposition to a push by the United States (US) and other major powers for India to join the main club of countries controlling access to sensitive nuclear technology,Last week, Indian media quoted a state-run Chinese daily as saying a US-backed move to make India a member of the NSG will be good neither for Pakistan nor for China, and would set off nuclear instability in South Asia...

    If India is successful in...

  • Land acquisition for Orange Line: Govt mulls over ‘hefty package’ to woo protesting residents

    LAHORE: Following resistance shown against the route of Orange Line Metro Train by the residents of various localities, mainly the Jain Mandir, Kapoorthala House and Katchi Abadi (slum area) of Railway Colony, the government is considering various proposals to find out a solution that could help it acquire the land for the project without any fuss...

    Official sources say that since the residents reacted to the government’s land...
  • PTI scrambles to woo opposition parties in run up to ‘Raiwind march’

    ISLAMABAD: As opposition parties shy away from committing to Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s plan to march on the Raiwind Palace, the PTI appears to be on the back foot as it deliberates what course of action to take in the run up to its 20th Foundation Day...

    Despite meetings with top Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership, the PTI was unable to receive support for its plans to march on Raiwind to protest the Sharif family’s ownership of...

  • Special schemes to woo bike buyers

    KARACHI: Two Japanese bike assemblers have introduced special schemes to entice customers, while the third one, a market leader, has increased the price and its dealers are demanding premium for immediate delivery as demand outstrips supply by a big margin...

    Suzuki and Yamaha are offering free bike registration to buyers but those who aspire to own Honda CG-125cc had to pay over and above already higher price...

  • Turmoil in Sweden as conservatives woo far-right

    STOCKHOLM: Sweden’s far-right party is rejoicing: long shunned by the political establishment, it has suddenly been invited in from the cold by a main opposition party eyeing a return to power — and Swedish politics is all shook up...

    Breaking a longstanding taboo, Sweden’s conservative Moderate Party last week opened the door for cooperation with the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats, causing a deep rift within the stunned four-party...
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