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  • British authorities say heroin found on Islamabad-London PIA flight

    British authorities confirmed Tuesday that their Border Force officers had found a "quantity of heroin" on board a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight that landed at Heathrow Airport Monday...

    Earlier in the day, PIA spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar had confirmed that British authorities had "thoroughly searched" and detained the flight crew after they landed at Heathrow Airport...

  • London police arrest two more men linked to London Underground attack

    Two men were arrested on Wednesday over last week's London Underground terror attack in which 30 people were injured, bringing the total number of people in custody to five, police said...

    “This continues to be a fast-moving investigation,” Dean Haydon, head of counter-terrorism at London's Metropolitan Police, said in the statement...

  • Oh London, sweet London

    Here it is: after the so-so success of the film Unbroken directed by Angelina J, and the dismal failure at the box office of her next movie By the Sea, she had become so disturbed that she decided to leave the US and settle down in London for good...

    Well, it reminds me of a line from a famous yesteryear Pakistani TV play, “Oh London, sweet London...

  • Pakistan Super League tickets put on sale

    LAHORE: Authorities of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) have put tickets of the league on sale worldwide at kyazoonga...

    A press release issued by the PSL stated: “With a ticket strategy tailor-made to facilitate enthusiastic cricket fans, ticket prices for the single headers start from an extremely affordable AED 20 [UAE currency] while tickets for play-offs, double headers, and the final start from AED 30...

  • Pakistan Super League management increases tickets quota for public

    Pakistan Super League (PSL) administration has decided to increase the quantity of tickets available to the general public for final match after witnessing the enthusiasm of cricket fans...

    According to DawnNews, the tickets reserved for business enterprises will now be decreased and the remainder would be sold at the banks on Thursday...

  • Pakistan Super League tickets up for grabs starting today

    With one month to go before the HBL Pakistan Super League returns to Pakistani grounds, the Pakistan Cricket Board has announced ticket prices and purchase details...

    For the first time in its young history, all 34 matches will be played across four Pakistan venues with Karachi to stage nine matches, Lahore fourteen matches, Multan three matches and Rawalpindi eight matches between February 20 to March 22...

  • PTI empowers district bodies to award tickets for LG polls

    MANSEHRA: Following strong criticism from the party workers and office-bearers, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has changed its ticket awarding policy and now the tehsil and district organisations are empowered to award party tickets to contenders for the May 30 local government (LG) elections in their respective areas...

    Earlier, the party had asked its provincial organisation and MPAs to distribute the tickets in their native tehsils...

  • Most aspirants apply for PTI tickets

    MANSEHRA: Most people aspiring to contest the May 30 local body elections in Mansehra district and its Oghi, Mansehra and Balakot tehsils have applied for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf tickets...

    As the Election Commission began receiving nomination papers for the upcoming electoral contest on Monday, PTI received 170 applications for tickets...

  • World XI series tickets to become available from Sept 1

    Tickets for the three-match T20 series against the World XI side in Lahore mid-September will become available online from September 1 (Friday), sources in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) informed Dawn...

    Fans will have to pay Rs500 for a ticket in general stand, Rs2,500 for the Inzamamul Haq enclosure and Rs4,000 for Abdul Qadir, Rameez Raja, Javed Miandad and Hafeez Kardar enclosure tickets...

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