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  • Comment: ICJ hearing — Pakistan could succeed; India may suffer knockout

    The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has initiated proceedings to determine whether ICJ has jurisdiction to adjudicate a matter referred to it by India relating to the death sentence given to an Indian national, Kulbhushan Jadhav, in Pakistan...

    India claims that by disallowing consular access to Jadhav, Pakistan has committed a violation of its commitments as enshrined in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR)...

  • Nawaz won’t succeed in causing institutional rift, says Shafqat

    LAHORE: Disqualified prime minister Nawaz Sharif will not succeed in his attempts to create confrontation among state institutions, inviting martial law and become a political martyr, says Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf information secretary Shafqat Mahmood...

    Speaking at a news conference here on Saturday, he said, Pakistan was facing a serious crisis on the foreign, economic and political fronts and the only way out was holding fresh...

  • ‘Daytime action more likely to succeed’

    ISLAMABAD: Even as a large contingent of police and security personnel closed in on the participants of the sit-in at D-Chowk on Tuesday evening, the interior minister cooled things down by declaring that the Red Zone would be cleared in the light of day...

    But on the third day of the protest, life on Constitution Avenue had pretty much returned to normal, expect for the police cordon around the Red Zone, preventing people from leaving...
  • A guide to possible candidates who will succeed Ban Ki-moon

    HERE are some of the confirmed candidates:Antunio GuterresThe most high-profile candidate to date, Guterres was Portugal’s prime minister from 1995 to 2002 and then UN high commissioner for refugees for a decade from 2005 to 2015, where he often played the role of the West’s conscience as it failed to respond adequately to the greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War...

    The UNHCR is generally seen as one of the more functional...
  • Obama says Trump will not succeed him

    NEW YORK: President Barack Obama is these days mak­ing attempts to ease Democrats’ jitters over the prospect of Republican Don­ald Trump’s entry into the White House...

    “One of you pulled me aside, and squeezed me hard, and said, ‘tell me that Mr Trump is not succeeding you’,” Obama told Democratic donors in Los Angeles, according to USA Today
  • ‘No plot to divide MQM will succeed’

    KARACHI: Certain well-known figures of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement declared on Wednesday that no plot to divide their party would be allowed to succeed...

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  • I don’t find any reason PSL won’t succeed: Vivian Richards

    West Indies batting legend Sir Vivian Richards on Wednesday regarded himself as one of the biggest fans of the Pakistani style of cricket and expressed excitement ahead of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) which kicks off from February 4 (tomorrow) in the United Arab Emirates...

    “I have always enjoyed playing against Pakistan because of their aggressive mindset...

  • ‘Conspiracies against PPP won’t succeed’

    PESHAWAR: Pakistan People’s Party, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, general secretary Engineer Mohammad Hamayun Khan on Monday said some elements were conspiring against his party at the national level but such intrigues won’t succeed...

    The Pakistan People’s Party leader said not only PPP workers but other young people too strongly felt Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would steer the country out of crises...

  • Jawwad S Khawaja to succeed Nasirul Mulk as Chief Justice

    ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Wednesday approved Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advice to appoint Justice Jawwad S Khawaja as the Chief Justice of Pakistan with effect from August 17, 2015...

    A news release issued by the Presidency reads:“On a summary initiated by the Law, Justice and Human Rights Division, President Mamnoon Hussain approved the prime minister’s advice for appointment of senior judge of the Supreme Court,...

  • Anwar freed, tipped to succeed ex-nemesis Mahathir

    KUALA LUMPUR: Reformist Anwar Ibrahim declared a “new dawn for Malaysia” on Wednesday after his release from prison transformed him into a potential prime minister following his alliance’s stunning election victory...

    In scenes that captivated Malaysians, the charismatic 70-year-old returned to the national spotlight after the country’s king quashed a widely criticised sodomy conviction that had put Anwar behind bars for three years
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