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  • Heads to roll over Peshawar suicide attack

    PESHAWAR: Caretaker Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa retired Justice Dost Mohammad Khan has formally asked the federal government to change the provincial chief secretary and police chief, insisting the two have failed to take necessary measures to stop the Tuesday night suicide attack in the capital city...

    The documents available with Dawn showed that the chief minister wanted to repatriate chief secretary Kamran Naveed Balouch,...

  • Real roll over Las Palmas to restore order

    MADRID: Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio added to his collection of wonder strikes as Zinedine Zidane’s side put their troubles behind them by cruising to a 3-0 victory over Las Palmas in La Liga on Sunday...

    Casemiro opened the scoring for the Spanish champions in the first half at the Santiago Bernabeu before Asensio and then Isco scored after the break to give Real their first win in three games in all competitions
  • KP to roll out centralised internal audit system

    ISLAMABAD: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has introduced a comprehensive policy for a centralised internal audit system across all provincial departments, offices and autonomous bodies...

    The internal audit function is being developed for the first time in KP’s history
  • Ronaldo sent off after scoring as Real roll over Barca

    BARCELONA: Cristiano Ronaldo made a big impact in his truncated appearance at Camp Nou on Sunday, scoring a sensational goal before being sent off for a combination of his provocative celebration and for diving as Real Madrid beat Barcelona 3-1 in an explosive Spanish Super Cup first leg...

    Ronaldo went on in the 58th minute and scored with a beautiful strike from outside the area to make it 2-1 in the 80th, earning a yellow card for...
  • CM suspends DIG prisons, warning more heads could roll after inquiry report

    KARACHI: Terming the escape of two undertrial prisoners (UTPs) from the Central Prison Karachi (CPK) a “most serious incident”, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday suspended the deputy inspector general of prisons (DIGP) ordering that the vacancy be filled with “a good police officer”...

    He passed the order while presiding over a meeting on the security of prisons across Sindh and reviewing the progress of an inquiry being...
  • Najib critics roll out ‘Save Malaysia’ campaign

    ”Malaysia’s score worsened in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index for 2015 released in January, putting it on a ranking near Slovakia, Kuwait and Cuba...

    The government has removed subsidies from sugar to fuel in recent years, and it implemented a goods and services tax in 2015...

  • Must see: Sikander and Humaima are on a roll in DMPS

    Last week’s teaser of Dekh Magar Pyaar Se left us with a lovelorn looking Sikander Rizvi but the full trailer has revealed that our 25-year-old rickshaw driver, Sikander Badshah Khan aka Sicky is more than just a Romeo...

    Dubbed a rom-com, Asadul Haq’s directorial debut sure has well developed characters that can easily poke fun at each other all the while maintaining a light yet serious outlook
  • Turkish tanks roll into Syria, opening new line of attack

    ANKARA: Turkey on Saturday sent more tanks into the northern Syrian village of al-Rai to fight extremists of the militant Islamic State group, opening a new front after its intervention last month against the group, state media reported...

    The tanks crossed into the village from Elbeyli in the Turkish province of Kilis to provide military support to Syrian opposition fighters after ridding northern villages of extremists in its...
  • Gmail to roll out new security measures for web, mobile users

    CALIFORNIA: Google is set to introduce new security measures for its popular email service Gmail, with users being provided warnings when they receive potentially suspicious email, the tech giant said on Wednesday...

    The update is to be released within the next two weeks and will be rolled out to all users gradually
  • ICJ urges govt to roll back system of ‘military justice’

    Since January 2015, when Pakistan empowered military courts to try civilians for terrorism-related offences, 11 military courts have been set up to hear such cases...

    The ICJ urged the Pakistan government to roll back the system of `military injustice’, and ensure that the 21st Amendment was not extended at the expiration of the sunset clause...

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