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  • EXHIBITION: STORIES GALORE

    The title of Salman Toor’s latest exhibit at the Canvas Gallery, Short Stories, is a fitting encapsulation of the exquisite paintings on display that seem to be visual snippets of larger events, adequately self-contained as complete narratives...

    Each piece is a moment frozen in time and removed from its place in a typical day; various details utilised to provide a wider understanding of the world around us
  • THE GRAPEVINE: Gifts Galore

    Rich people, luxurious gifts...

    Although Salman Khan has not openly accepted that he’s going steady with the Romanian looker Lulia Vantur, his deep affection for her is no more a hush-hush thing
  • Awards galore: Adding masala to a filmi platter

    The Second ARY Film Awards were held in Dubai where Pakistani film and TV stars were seen in full attendance, and all the films released last year (except Momina Duraid Productions’ Bin Roye) were submitted for nominations with nearly all of them (except Shah) receiving a trophy...

    The event held on a grand scale was hosted by Fahad Mustafa and anchor Sana Buccha
  • Bahadur Khan topples Changezi as upsets galore continues

    KARACHI: Low-profile Bahadur Khan of Balochistan created the biggest upset to date when he humbled top seed Shahram Changezi in convincing fashion 4-1 in the group A encounter of the seventh National Bank of Pakistan ranking snooker championship at the bank’s sports complex on Thursday...

    Two more seeded cueists — fifth seed Mohammad Imran and eighth seed Mohammad Asif Toba — bit the dust at the hands of outsiders Mohammad Bilal and...
  • Waivers galore

    AT the conclusion of the ongoing talks with the IMF’s staff mission in Dubai on Thursday, Pakistan will be seeking at least two waivers over its non-compliance with benchmark criteria...

    This will take to 12 the total number of waivers under the $6
  • Burgers galore

    KARACHI has always been an adaptive city, unlike some of the other large urban centres of the country...

    Whatever the people like, the people get and that’s one of the reasons why burger joints are the ‘in’ thing in the metropolis
  • Chittagong pitch rated 'below average' after run-galore in Bangla-SL Test

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday penalised the “below average” pitch in Chittagong after batsmen plundered more than 1,500 runs during last week's Test between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka...

    Five centuries and six half-centuries were smashed over five days at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium before the teams accepted a draw in the opening Test of the two-match series
  • Sacrifices galore but ANP’s ordeal not ending

    PESHAWAR: For a party that has made a myriad of sacrifices and compromises in recent years for the sake of peace, the Awami National Party now finds itself facing with an ‘existential curse’ that wouldn’t end despite the offering of nearly 900 souls from its ranks and files...

    The party has made compromises with different stakeholders, often deviating from its principled stand on various internal and external issues in an attempt to...
  • Century breaks galore as Asjad makes shock exit in ranking snooker

    KARACHI: It was an unusual day in the 10th National Bank of Pakistan ranking snooker championship at the bank’s sports complex on Friday when five cueists shone with century breaks in the pre-quarter-finals besides the elimination of defending champion Asjad Iqbal...

    The five players who registered century breaks include Khurram Agha (129), Zulfiqar Qadir (107), Mohammad Ijaz (106), Mohammad Bilal (108) and Rambel Gul (100)
  • Goals galore as Pakistan thump Thailand 10-0 in Asian Games opener

    Pakistan national hockey team kicked off their Asian Games campaign in style, thumping Thailand 10-0 in their match played at the Gelora Bung Karno (GBK) Sports Complex in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday...

    The national team took their team to open their account, with the opening goal not coming till the last minute of the opening quarter when Tauseeq Arshad converted a penalty corner
  • Mango galore

    After an eight-year hiatus, mango exports from Pakistan crossed the figure of 100,000 tonnes last week and the season, though at the fag end, is by no means over...

    The next two weeks may add another 10,000 to 15,000 tonnes to the tally if the exporters are to be believed
  • Mango galore

    After an eight-year hiatus, mango exports from Pakistan crossed the figure of 100,000 tonnes last week and the season, though at the fag end, is by no means over...

    The next two weeks may add another 10,000 to 15,000 tonnes to the tally if the exporters are to be believed
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