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    Video Game Consoles In Pakistan Triluma

  • Punjab IT Board removes APS attack video game after uproar

    ISLAMABAD: A video game based on the Peshawar Taliban school massacre of more than 150 people, mostly children, was removed Monday after triggering a social media uproar, with critics blasting it as tasteless...

    The game, called “Pakistan Army Retribution”, was released by the Punjab IT board on Google Play, and invites the player to step into the shoes of a soldier shooting extremists in the hallways of a school...

  • John Madden, NFL legend and video game icon, dies at 85

    He educated a football nation with his use of the telestrator on broadcasts; entertained millions with his interjections of “Boom!” and “Doink!” throughout games; was an omnipresent pitchman selling restaurants, hardware stores and beer; became the face of “Madden NFL Football”, one of the most successful sports video games of all time; and was a best-selling author...

    “People always ask, are you a coach or a broadcaster or a video...

  • Video: Is Pakistan ready for New Zealand’s record breakers?

    The mayhem in the second T20 is likely to send chills down the spine of Pakistan, who are New Zealand's next opponent in a T20 series...

    Guptill first rewrote the record books when he took just 19 deliveries to bring up his eighth half century in the shortest form of the game before he was eventually dismissed for 63 after smashing six boundaries and five sixes...

  • My video's funnier than yours: Pakistan, India trade parodies before Cup clash

    A video parodying an Indian air force pilot who was briefly captured by Pakistan earlier this year has gone viral ahead of a highly-anticipated World Cup clash between the two cricket-mad nations...

    The 33-second video shows an actor posing as handlebar-moustached Abhinandan Varthaman, who was shot down over Indian-occupied Kashmir earlier this year and held briefly by Pakistan...

  • Pakistan rejects Indian charge of politicising Saarc video moot

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday rejected Indian allegation of politicising Saarc leaders’ video conference on Covid-19 by calling for an end to communication blockade and lockdown of occupied Kashmir as “misleading and mischievous”...

    In a statement, the Foreign Office said that the Indian Ministry of External Affairs attempted to twist remarks made by the Minister of State for Health Dr Zafar Mirza at the Covid-19 Video Conference of...

  • Saarc backs Pakistan proposal for health ministers’ video conference

    ISLAMABAD: South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) secretary general Esala Ruwan Weerakoon on Thursday backed Pakistan’s proposal for a video conference of the health ministers of the eight-member regional bloc on the Covid-19 pandemic...

    The Saarc secretary general appreciated Pakistan’s proposal of health ministers’ video conference, the Foreign Office (FO) said in a statement on the telephonic conversation between...

  • Deflated Pakistan take on rampant New Zealand in must-win game

    A resurgent New Zealand will be eyeing a semi-final berth when they take on a deflated Pakistan in a World Twenty20 group match in Mohali Tuesday...

    Pakistan won their opener against Bangladesh comfortably but things have since gone downhill as they unravelled against the Indians on Saturday, sparking an angry backlash from fans back home...

  • Pakistan face India in crucial Asia Cup game today

    LAHORE: Pakistan take on arch-rivals India in their last pool match at the Asia Cup hockey tournament at Dhaka’s Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium on Sunday...

    On the other hand, Pakistan having four points are placed second in the pool after the green-shirts played a 2-2 draw against Japan on Friday...

  • China-Pakistan corridor: Visibility of the game changer

    THE sense of thrill found in the PML-N hierarchy is missing, but Pakistan’s businesses view China’s promise of $46bn investment with a focus on building a China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as a potential game changer...

    Many of them also expect political bickering on the issue of unilateral change in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’s (CPEC) earlier route, which can strain inter-provincial harmony that is necessary for the...

  • Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to end ‘blame game’: Sartaj Aziz

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to end a blame game over a spate of attacks and work to restore trust, Pakistan's Foreign Policy Chief Sartaj Aziz said Saturday...

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made closer ties with Pakistan a priority when he took office last year, hoping Islamabad could push Afghan Taliban leaders to the bargaining table to end Afghanistan's long war...

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