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  • ‘Pakistan have edge over Slovenia in Davis Cup’

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Davis Cup team coach Muhsaf Zia is expecting a close contest in Pakistan-Slovenia tie scheduled to be played at the Pakistan Sports Complex’s tennis courts here next month...

    Pakistan is going to hosts Slovenia in Davis Cup tie here on March 6-7...

  • Pakistan face Slovenia today amid inclement weather

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan take on Slovenia in the Davis Cup Asia Oceania playoff starting here at the Pakistan Sports Complex on Friday amid inclement weather conditions in the federal capital...

    Federal Minister for Inter-provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr Fehmida Mirza on Thursday welcomed the Slovenian team to Pakistan for the Davis Cup tie...

  • Aisam, Aqeel help Pakistan blank Slovenia

    ISLAMABAD: Seasoned campaigners Aisam-ul-Haq and Aqeel Khan showed their class and experience again on Monday as Pakistan blanked Slovenia 3-0 in the World Group I playoff here at the Pakistan Sports Complex...

    After winning their respective singles matches, both Aisam and Aqeel showed impressive performance against their Slovenian opponents in the doubles...

  • Story Time: Making a real difference

    Saleha got the second highest marks instead of the first and she wondered why Ms Fareeha cut one whole mark for making the slight mistake of not capitalising ‘P’ of Pakistan...

    Rabia got a detailed note on her paper for using the sheets economically, reducing the width of the margins she drew and making her usually large handwriting a little smaller...

  • Rooney sees off Slovenia, Del Bosque wins 100th match

    LONDON: Wayne Rooney closed to within one goal of England’s all-time scoring record on Sunday, while Vicente del Bosque reached his 100th game in charge of Spain with a victory in European Championship qualifying...

    Rooney moved to the brink of matching Bobby Charlton’s England scoring milestone of 49 goals by clinching a 3-2 victory over Slovenia...

  • Rare 'baby dragon' hatches in Slovenia

    The strange, slithery creatures inside Slovenia's Postojna cave were once considered living proof that dragons existed, prompting locals to give it a wide berth...

    Now, large crowds from all over the world have been queueing up to witness the extremely rare hatching of the mysterious olms -- ancient underwater predators that can live up to 100 years and only breed once in a decade...

  • Slovenia to deploy army on Croatia border to tackle migrant influx

    PETISOVCI: Slovenia said on Saturday it would deploy soldiers to assist police “with logistics and equipment” at the border with Croatia to help tackle the influx of migrants arriving after Hungary shut its frontier...

    “The army’s assistance does not mean there is an extraordinary situation in Slovenia, but that the government wants to manage the situation at the border...

  • England’s Rooney set to be on the bench for Slovenia match

    LONDON: England captain Wayne Rooney is set to be on the bench for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia, according to media reports...

    Sky and the BBC reported that, barring any late injuries, manager Gareth Southgate had decided to name the Manchester United striker among the substitutes for the game in Ljubljana...

  • US first lady’s hometown in Slovenia beside itself with joy

    SEVNICA (Slovenia): The inauguration of Donald Trump is a big thing for a small town in Slovenia where the US first lady traces her roots...

    Starting on Friday, the industrial town of Sevnica plans three days of events to mark the inauguration and welcome all guests wishing to see where Melania Trump grew up...

  • I feel honoured and will try to make a difference at ICC: Zaheer

    KARACHI: Former captain Zaheer Abbas has termed his nomination for the presidency of the International Cricket Council (ICC) as a great honour for Pakistan and himself...

    The 67-year-old Zaheer, while talking to Dawn shortly after being nominated by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) following Monday’s announcement of Najam Sethi withdrawing his candidature, described the decision as recognition of his services for the country...

  • The difference between Germany and Turkey is admitting to genocide

    AS German Green Party co-chair Cem Ozdemir put it, there is “never a favourable time to speak about something as dreadful as genocide”...

    Between the slow-motion unravelling of the Turkish-EU refugee deal signed in March, and widespread accusations that Chancellor Angela Merkel has betrayed European values in order to appease an increasingly autocratic President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, relations between the two countries of late have...

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