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Newsone Headlines 6PM | 19-Feb-2020

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ATC hands death penalty to three 2014 Wagah Border blast accused

LAHORE: A special Lahore anti-terrorism court sentenced three men to death for the 2014 suicide attack at the Wagah Border. Over 50 people were killed and 100 injured in the attack. The court announced the verdict on Wednesday. It found three men, Haseebullah, Saeed Jhan and Hussain, guilty and sentenced them to death five times. It also imposed 300-year imprisonment...

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British MPs hope India will reciprocate Pakistan’s ‘openness’ on Kashmir dispute

ISLAMABAD: British Parliamentarian Debbie Abrahams – who is chair of the All Party Parliamentary Kashmir Group (APPKG) in the British House of Commons – on Wednesday said Pakistan's stance on the Kashmir issue reflected the country's openness and progressive approach to the dispute, expressing hope that India would "reciprocate". A delegation of the APPKG, which is an independent group of...

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Shaniera Akram wants woman of color to ’embrace their natural skin’

Shaniera Akram, the Australian wife of former ace cricketer Wasim Akram, has a message for the women of colour. In a long post on Twitter, Shaneira opened up about how a lot many white girls, including herself, grew up wishing they had a dusky complexion, for which they went to any length. Shaniera urged the brown-skinned women to embrace their...

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PSL 2020 V trophy unveiled at Karachi’s National Stadium by squash legend Jahangir Khan

With just a day to go till the fifth edition of Pakistan Super League kicks off, the glitzy trophy the six teams will be competing for was unveiled at Karachi’s National Stadium on Wednesday. Sarfaraz Ahmed (Quetta Gladiators), Darren Sammy (Peshawar Zalmi), Shadab Khan (Islamabad United), Imad Wasim (Karachi Kings) and Sohail Akhtar (Lahore Qalandars) were present at the trophy...

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Soybean vessel at Karachi Port to be shifted to Port Qasim as dust feared to cause respiration difficulties

KARACHI: A vessel carrying a soybean shipment will be shifted from Karachi Port to Port Qasim, said Karachi Port Trust (KPT) spokesperson Mohammad Shariq on Wednesday after the government was advised to consider the "exposure to soybean dust" as a cause for breathing difficulties being faced by the residents of Karachi's Keamari area. So far, 14 people from different areas of Keamari have...

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Missing PIA plane case: Aircraft was sold for $103,000

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) officials submitted a reply in Supreme Court (SC) in a missing aircraft case. The plane had completed its operable lifespan, officials said. The CAA gave permission for it to be grounded, stated the report. It  was grounded in 2016 and then used for a film shooting, the report said. PIA was 210,000 Euros for the shooting....

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Here’s your complete PSL V 2020 guide with complete schedule and line-ups

The stage is set for the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League, with six teams, a host of international cricketers and our very own superstars bringing their fight for the title to Pakistan. PSL 5 will kick off from Thursday (February 20) and conclude on March 22. The 34 matches of the T20 tournament will be played in four...

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SC holds SBCA responsible for Karachi’s mess

The Supreme Court issued its written order in the Karachi encroachment case it heard on February 6. The court expressed its anger at the Sindh Building Control Authority for “causing serious damage” to Karachi in the 40-page order. The order said: the SBCA is an authority, which has become totally superfluous; rather, it has itself become a cause of serious...

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Sick Kashmiris suffer immensely due to communication blackout imposed by India

SRINAGAR: India's communications lockdown on Kashmir has ensured a lack of information coming out of the valley, but the brunt of it is being borne by the doctors and patients as they struggle to get the necessary medical help. Sanaullah Dar was due to undergo surgery to remove a tumour in his bladder. Four months later, he was dead, with...

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UN chief Antonio Guterres leaves Pakistan after successful 4-day visit

LAHORE: United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres left Pakistan on Wednesday after completing a successful four-day visit to the country. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to United Nations Munir Akram saw him off at the Allama Iqbal International Airport. Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore Zulfiqar Hameed and others were also present on the occasion. Lauding Pakistan's rich culture, the UN chief...

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