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  • Azhar hopes Pakistan transfer Test form into England ODIs

    LONDON: Pakistan One-Day International (ODI) captain Azhar Ali wants to see the team take the form that has made them the world's number one-ranked Test side into their ODI series against England...

    Azhar was a member of the Pakistan team that secured an impressive 2-2 draw in a recent four-Test series against England and is now looking for his side to hit similar heights in the five-match ODI series starting in Southampton on...

  • Azhar hopes Pakistan transfer Test form into England ODI series

    SOUTHAMPTON: Pakistan one-day captain Azhar Ali wants to see the team take the form that had made them the world’s number one-ranked Test side into their one-day series against England...

    Azhar was a member of the Pakistan team that secured an impressive 2-2 draw in a recent four-Test series against England and is now looking for his side to hit similar heights in a five-match One-day International series starting in Southampton on...

  • Pakistan will not transfer weapons of mass destruction to states or non-state actors: Aziz

    Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment not to transfer weapons of mass destruction to states or non-state actors...

    Delivering a keynote address on the implementation of UN Security Council resolution 1540 in Islamabad, Aziz said as a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan will continue to partner with international community to prevent non-state actors from acquiring...

  • Pakistan to follow guidance on radioactive sources’ transfer: FO

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Wednesday said that the global nuclear watchdog — the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) — has been intimated about Pakistan’s intent to subscribe to the Guidance on the Import and Export of Radioactive Sources (GIERS)...

    The GIERS supplements the ‘code of conduct on the safety and security of radioactive sources’ and aims to provide for an adequate transfer of responsibility when a source is...

  • Democratic transfer of power in Pakistan must continue, says Wells

    WASHINGTON: The establishment of civilian rule and the democratic transfer of power in Pakistan is one of the country’s great achievements and Washington would like to see this process succeed, says the head of the South Asian affairs at the US State Department...

    In a roundtable with journalists in Washington on Thursday, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Alice Wells also said that the US was continuing its conversation with...

  • Neymar to appear in court over Barcelona transfer

    MADRID: Neymar is expected to appear before a judge in Madrid to testify in an investigation into alleged irregularities regarding his transfer to Barcelona...

    The court is looking into a complaint made by a Brazilian investment group which claims it was financially harmed when Barcelona and Neymar allegedly withheld the real amount of the player's transfer fee from Brazilian club Santos in 2013...

  • Transfer of cases to military courts slows down

    ISLAMABAD: The transfer of cases to military courts appears to have slowed down as for the past couple of months not a single case has been transferred to them...

    After December, sources in the interior ministry claim, the provinces and the Islamabad administration forwarded only those cases which were already under trial in anti-terrorism courts or where the offences were not covered by the Pakistan Army Act...

  • Nisar rejects as baseless NA-122 vote transfer allegation

    ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan dismissed on Tuesday as baseless an allegation about transfer of thousands of votes in NA-122 by the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) without the consent of the voters concerned prior to the high-profile by-election in the constituency...

    Addressing a press conference after launching a system of home delivery of passports, a new online Pakistan origin card and...

  • Sindh lodges FIR against NBP for ‘illegal’ transfer of funds

    KARACHI: In a surprise move, the Sindh government on Thursday lodged an FIR against the National Bank of Pakistan over alleged illegal transfer of Rs294 million from its kitty to the Federal Board of Revenue, officials said...

    The FIR (272/2017) was lodged with the Mithadar Police against the divisional head of the Karachi NBP on a complaint of a senior official of the Sindh Excise and Taxation Department under Sections 409 (criminal...

  • Committee set up on SHC order frames police transfer, posting rules

    Khowaja last month in compliance with an order of the Sindh High Court has prepared rules for posting of police officers from station house officer to additional inspector general /deputy inspector general of police for a fixed tenure and under the said rules it has also been recommended that a board is constituted at zone/range level to evaluate performance of field police officers biannually for possible premature transfer, Dawn has...

  • Mbappe joins PSG but other deals collapse in record transfer window

    PARIS: Paris Saint-Germain signed teenage star Kylian Mbappe in a deal that could make him the second most expensive player in history, but the record-breaking transfer window closed in England late on Thursday without moves for big names including Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez...

    5 billion euros) in the transfer window, capped by a final day splurge of 210 million, cementing its position as Europe’s richest league...

  • Nadra likely to revive money transfer accord with Mastercard

    The official said that under the plan, citizens would be able to use their CNICs to send and receive domestic and international remittances, eliminating the need to visit a bank branch or exchange currency to transfer money...

    “This is significant because Pakistan is one of the top receivers of foreign remittances from abroad,” he said, pointing out that overseas Pakistanis had sent over $11 billion in remittances last year...

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