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  • Call for Southwest Asian bloc to deal with locusts

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday proposed the creation of a high-level technical committee of Southwest Asian countries for effective management and control of desert locust...

    Bakhtyar emphasised the need for a Southwest Asian countries ‘window on locust watch’ which will have better understanding of the regional threat due to the pest...

  • Unable to book train seats, passengers turn to black market tickets before Eid

    RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Railways has not streamlined its ticket reservation system less than a month before Eidul Fitr, leading many people to turn to the black market to buy train tickets...

    “I visited Melody Market to book four seats to Lahore, but the official told me that all the seats were booked and I should try other trains,” said Islamabad resident Mohammad Hussain, who wanted to travel home next week...

  • Hockney presents ‘Bigger Book’ at world’s largest book fair

    FRANKFURT: David Hockney presented the largest book ever devoted to his art on Tuesday, a limited-edition volume costing $2,500 that spans more than 60 years of work by one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century...

    “David Hockney: A Bigger Book” — a collaboration with publisher Taschen —weighs 35 kg (77 pounds), measures 50 by 70 cm (20 by 28 inches) when closed and comes with its own custom-made stand...

  • 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...

  • FIFA World Cup tickets sale from Thursday

    ZURICH: Tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia go on sale from Thursday, the sport’s global governing body said on Tuesday...

    Tickets will be sold in two phases, the first of which has an application period which runs from September 14 to October 12...

  • India gives away 27,000 tickets to avoid World Cup 'embarrassment'

    India has given away 27,000 tickets to the opening games of the FIFA U-17 World Cup to fill empty stands, an official said on Friday, in a desperate bid to avoid an embarrassing repeat of the 2010 Commonwealth Games...

    “We have given away 27,000 tickets to schools around the Delhi region and will also provide pick and drop facility...

  • Fans fail to find General Stand tickets for World XI T20s

    LAHORE: Many enthusiastic cricket fans had to return home on Tuesday without getting hold of any tickets for the World XI-Pakistan T20 games, scheduled to be played here at the Gaddafi Stadium during the next week...

    People gathering for the purchase of tickets for the T20 games at the Liberty Chowk and Lalik Chowk here waited for hours for the General Stand tickets worth Rs500 but failed to get any tickets and resorted to chanting...

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