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  • Asia Cup Hockey 2022: Pakistan out of World Cup race after 2-3 defeat against Japan

    Pakistan's hopes to enter the super four stage of the Asia Hockey Cup 2022 and qualify for the 2023 Hockey World Cup suffered a big blow as the Men in Green conceded a 2-3 defeat at the hands of Japan in a closely-fought Pool A match at Jakarta's GBK Sports Complex Hockey Stadium on Thursday...

    Japan, who on Tuesday stunned defending champions India 5-2, scored two goals in the first quarter to put Pakistan under pressure
  • Rewriting defection

    WITH the Supreme Court order of May 17 — issued in response to a presidential reference seeking clarifications on Article 63-A or the defection of legislators from their parliamentary party — a new, game-changing chapter has been added to the parliamentary history of Pakistan...

    When the original 1973 Constitution was framed, no specific article was included to address the question of defection and, therefore, no penalty for defection...
  • Djokovic advances at French Open as draw opens up for Swiatek

    PARIS: World number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic eased into the French Open third round on Wednesday by defeating the new pupil of his former long-time coach as another obstacle in women’s top seed Iga Swiatek’s path to the title was removed after fourth seed Maria Sakkari was knocked out...

    Djokovic saw off Slovakia’s Alex Molcan, who is coached by Marian Vajda, the man who inspired most of his 20 Slam titles, 6-2, 6-3, 7-6...
  • Govt reduces urea price to Rs1,769 per bag

    For effecting the new rates, the Ministry of Industries and Production on Wednesday issued SRO 607(I)2022 until further clarification...

    KARACHI: The government has reduced the urea prices to Rs1,769 per 50 kg bag from the existing Rs1,900-2,000 till July 7
  • Balochistan parties divided over no-trust motion

    QUETTA: Differences have surfaced in the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and other coalition parties over the issue of a no-trust motion moved by a group of 14 MPAs of different parties against Chief Minister Qudoos Bizenjo and to be tabled in the provincial assembly session on Thursday (today)...

    The signatories of the no-trust motion include seven members of the ruling Balochistan Awami Party, four from Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf...
  • Australia cricketers concerned over touring Sri Lanka

    MELBOURNE: Australia’s squad have raised ethical concerns about their upcoming tour of Sri Lanka with the island nation in the midst of an economic crisis but will back a decision to go ahead with the visit, Cricket Australia (CA) CEO Todd Greenberg said...

    Sri Lanka is reeling under its worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, with a severe shortage of foreign exchange severely curtailing imports, including essentials such as...
  • PTI protesters reach Numaish despite blockades

    KARACHI: While the city life largely remained normal amid a protest call given by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf on Wednesday, the party with the largest vote bank in Karachi made its presence felt in the latter half of the day to organise its power show, stage resistance against the law-enforcement and attract media attention when its senior leaders and workers, including women, reached Numaish intersection despite hurdles and road blockades...

  • Need a 'tight' monetary policy, says Miftah after IMF talks

    Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said on Thursday that "we would need to have a tight monetary policy and consolidate our fiscal position" after he returned from Doha following the conclusion of the latest week-long round of talks with the International Monetary Fund...

    The talks, held in Doha, were aimed at reaching an agreement on policies at the conclusion of the IMF's seventh review of its $6 billion programme for Pakistan, which has...
  • Abbott apologises for baby formula shortage in US

    WASHINGTON: A top Abbott official apologised on Wednesday to US families affected by the baby formula shortage, telling them the manufacturer of the essential supply “let you down”...

    “We are deeply sorry and are committed to making sure that a shortage like this never happens again,” said Christopher Calamari, the senior vice president of nutrition, in prepared testimony for a congressional committee hearing
  • Money laundering case against PM, CM adjourned

    LAHORE: An accountability court on Wednesday adjourned the hearing of a money laundering reference against Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his Chief Minister of Punjab Hamza Shehbaz...

    The defence counsel filed applications for a one-time exemption from personal appearance on behalf of Shehbaz and Hamza due to the law and order situation in the city in the wake of a protest march by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf
  • Israel tells US it was behind killing of Iranian colonel: NYT

    Israel has told the United States it was responsible for the killing of an Iranian Revolutionary Guards colonel last week, The New York Times reported on Wednesday...

    Colonel Sayyad Khodai was shot dead on Sunday by a gunman on the back of a motorcycle as he sat in a car outside his home in Tehran
  • $6bn IMF deal is ‘outdated’, says Bilawal

    DAVOS: An ongoing bailout deal between Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is “outdated” given a number of global crises, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Wednesday...

    Pakistan entered a three-year, $6bn IMF deal in 2019, but is struggling to implement tough policy commitments
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