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    Sleepy Hollow Moloch Language Of Pakistan

  • Dharamsala: The sleepy hill station which will host the Pakistan-India firecracker

    MUMBAI: The sleepy hill station of Dharamsala will host arch-rivals India and Pakistan at next year's cricket World Twenty20, while the final will be staged at the historic Eden Gardens in Kolkata, India, organisers said Friday...

    India versus Pakistan is set to be one of the most anticipated clashes of the tournament but fans could find tickets hard to come by, with organisers overlooking larger stadiums in favour of Dharamsala, home...

  • WB report exposes hollow claims of Dar: PTI

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s Punjab president Ejaz Chaudhry says the World Bank report has exposed hollow claims of Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar that Pakistan’s economy is performing well...

    4pc growth rate was below Pakistan’s potential but no one at the helm of affairs was serious to unleash the potential...

  • Senior citizens live in miserable conditions amid hollow slogans by govt

    PESHAWAR: Fazal Ghani, 80, a resident of Hazarkhwani area comes every day and squats on footpath in Peshawar Saddar to sell miswak(dry tooth picks) to earn a humble livelihood for his old and sick life partner and also to pay rent of his two-room home...

    Decades ago, he had shifted his family from Parango village in Charsadda to Peshawar in search of job but he ended up only as a rickshaw driver all through his life and could raise his...
  • McIlroy seals record-breaking Quail Hollow win

    CHARLOTTE: Rory McIlroy underscored his status as the best golfer in the world on Sunday as he put the finishing touches to a record-shattering triumph in the US PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship...

    The world number one fired five birdies in a three-under par 69, following up his stunning course-record 61 on Saturday to finish with a 21-under par total of 267 -- seven strokes in front of Webb Simpson and Patrick Rodgers who shared second...
  • That hollow feeling

    If body language is the essence of pop diplomacy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the unrivalled star of the international circuit...

    At a briefing session held in Islamabad with the diplomatic missions of NSG countries, Tasnim Aslam, head of the UN desk at the Foreign Office, had urged them to adopt an objective and non-discriminatory criteria for non-NPT states, but in the words of a seasoned diplomat, both India and Pakistan are...

  • Feature: Promises for uplift of religious minorities continue to ring hollow

    In 2013, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), poised to win the most seats in the country, presented a manifesto which promised the introduction of a job quota for religious minorities in “educational institutions and public sector jobs including diplomatic missions”...

    Take a look: Problems with the electoral representation of non-MuslimsIn the aftermath of a deadly attack on All Saints Church in Peshawar in 2014, then chief...

  • New Zealand coach wants rules review after 'hollow' World Cup defeat

    New Zealand coach Gary Stead has called for the Cricket World Cup's rules to be overhauled, labelling the showpiece final “hollow” after England defeated the Black Caps on a technicality...

    “It's a very, very hollow feeling that you can play 100 overs and score the same amount of runs and still lose the game, but that's the technicalities of sport,” Stead told reporters in remarks released by New Zealand Cricket on Tuesday...

  • Imran’s ‘trump card’ claim a hollow threat, says Maryam

    LAHORE: Rejecting Imran Khan’s claim of having a ‘trump card’ to defeat the opposition’s move to oust him from office, PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz offered a word of advice to the prime minister on Firday, asking him to show some ‘self-respect’ and resign instead of seeking time to stay in government...

    Addressing party workers at the PML-N’s secretariat in Model Town, she said: “Today, Imran Khan is crying for help not from the...
  • A history of slander — Good language vs. bad language

    But, bear in mind that fighting in Afghanistan for a just cause on the behest of Pakistan does not mean the same thing as fighting in Pakistan on the behest of foreign powers...

    So, obviously, blowing up things by them becomes an equally just thing to do; whereas when BT do the same in Pakistan, it is certainly not the same thing...

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