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  • Separatist group’s purported claim of blast responsibility in Hyderabad undergoes vetting

    HYDERABAD: The civilian and non-civilian authorities are looking into different aspects of Monday’s explosion in Qasimabad in the backdrop of a purported claim by a group calling itself the ‘Sindhudesh Revolu­tionary Army (SRA)’ that it carried out the attack and that the target was a law-enforcement agency’s vehicle...

    Hyderabad’s counterterrorism police have lodged a case in connection with the explosion, which had left a rag picker...

  • 'India-backed' terrorist group busted in Hyderabad, police claim

    Hyderabad police on Friday claimed to have busted a gang which was reportedly getting funding from India to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and target security personnel in Sindh...

    Hyderabad DIG Javed Alam Odho and SSP Pir Mohammad Shah held a joint press conference to share the details of the suspected terrorist group with the media...

  • MQM London committee member tipped as Hyderabad mayor

    HYDERABAD: A senior Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader, Dr Salim Danish, who served the party as its United Kingdom organiser and a member of its London coordination committee, arrived in Karachi at 4am on Wednesday, lending credence to reports that he may be chosen as the mayor of Hyderabad...

    Soon after arriving in Karachi, Dr Danish drove to Hyderabad, his hometown from where he was first elected as a member of the Hyderabad...

  • Three MQM-London offices demolished in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: In an accelerated pace of their action against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London, the Sindh Rangers demolished its three offices and carried out raids on the houses of its activists in Hyderabad on Saturday evening and Sunday...

    Soon after the arrest of MQM-A coordination committee head Prof Dr Hasan Zafar Arif and two other members, Kanwar Khalid Yunus and Amjadullah Khan, in Karachi on Saturday afternoon, the...

  • Law enforcers detain MQM London activists after tensions simmer in Azizabad, Hyderabad

    Rangers detained several Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) London activists while they tried to hoist the party flag and write slogans on Liaquat Ali Khan Chowk, DawnNews reported on Friday...

    Around half a dozen activists of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London were taken into custody after a heavy contingent of police resorted to teargas shelling and baton charge against them when they raised pro-Altaf slogans at Pakka Qila after Friday...

  • Karachi United join Army in quarters, Bhatti United win shootout

    KARACHI: At the start of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) Cup, Karachi United’s aim was to get through to the final round from the qualifying round...

    Second-division United booked their place in the quarter-finals of the PFF Cup on Saturday with a nerve-raking 3-2 victory over fellow Pakistan Football Federation League (PFFL) side Saif Textiles on Saturday to secure second place in Group ‘A’ behind Pakistan Army...

  • United meet Fenerbahce, Feyenoord in tough group

    MONACO: Manchester United will come up against their former striker Robin van Persie after being drawn in a tough Europa League group on Friday alongside Fenerbahce, Feyenoord and Zorya Luhansk...

    Three-time European champions United must negotiate a competitive group if they are to win one of the few titles that has eluded them...

  • Depay moves United closer to CL group stage

    LONDON: Manchester United may just have found a new star to fill the club’s iconic No 7 shirt...

    New signing Memphis Depay moved United closer to qualification for the lucrative Champions League group stage on Tuesday, scoring a superb first-half double and providing an assist for Marouane Fellaini’s stoppage-time header in a 3-1 win over Club Bruges their play-off first-leg clash...

  • United, Wolfsburg, PSV with all to play for in Group ‘B’ finale

    LONDON: With nothing yet decided going into the final round of games in Group ‘B’, it will be the focus of Tuesday’s action in the Champions League with three-time winners Manchester United facing a real possibility of elimination if they lose at VfL Wolfsburg...

    United are second in Group ‘B’ on eight points, one behind leaders Wolfsburg with PSV Eindhoven, playing CSKA Moscow, on seven...

  • Rooney runs riot to seal group stage berth for United

    LONDON: Manchester United had double reason to celebrate on Wednesday — the team ended their one-year Champions League hiatus in emphatic style and star striker Wayne Rooney is scoring again...

    Rooney ended a drought of 10 games without a goal stretching back to April 4 with a hat trick in United’s 4-0 win at Club Bruges, helping the English club to a 7-1 victory on aggregate...

  • London police arrest two more men linked to London Underground attack

    Two men were arrested on Wednesday over last week's London Underground terror attack in which 30 people were injured, bringing the total number of people in custody to five, police said...

    “This continues to be a fast-moving investigation,” Dean Haydon, head of counter-terrorism at London's Metropolitan Police, said in the statement...

  • Oh London, sweet London

    Here it is: after the so-so success of the film Unbroken directed by Angelina J, and the dismal failure at the box office of her next movie By the Sea, she had become so disturbed that she decided to leave the US and settle down in London for good...

    Well, it reminds me of a line from a famous yesteryear Pakistani TV play, “Oh London, sweet London...

  • Over 90,000 health workers infected with Covid-19 worldwide: nurses group

    5 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, said: “If the average health worker infection rate, about 6 per cent we think, is applied to that, the figure globally could be more than 200,000 health worker infections today...

    The World Health Organisation (WHO), which is coordinating the global response to the pandemic, says that its 194 member states are not providing comprehensive figures on health worker infections as...

  • Ishaq Dar in London due to 'ill health', court issues bailable warrants for his arrest

    Also read: PML-N high command meets in London todayProceedings in the trial could not advance due to Dar's absence, even though prosecution witness Abdul Rehman Gondal, branch manager of a private bank's parliament branch, had appeared in the court with two gunny sacks full of documents related to the minister's bank accounts...

    He said the minister fell ill in Jeddah and subsequently had to go to London for medical treatment...

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