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Sri Lankan security team gives “positive feedback” mulling to play test cricket in Pakistan

The Sri Lankan cricket team may soon return to Pakistan to play at least one Test match, more than a decade since militants attacked their team bus in Lahore in 2009. Sri Lanka and Pakistan were originally scheduled to play at a neutral venue, but Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) sent a security delegation to visit Pakistan after the Pakistan Cricket...

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Fatema Sohail urges abused women to step forward and speak up

Actor Mohsin Abbas Haider's wife, Fatema Sohail has responded to what Mohsin had to say during his press conference yesterday, in which he denied the domestic abuse allegations levelled against him. Placing her hand on the Holy Quran, Fatema said, "my pictures are real; Mohsin had hit me when I was 3 months pregnant. I had never thought I'd get...

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SC orders FIA to finish judge Arshad Malik video investigation within 3 weeks

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to complete its investigation of the video leaks controversy involving accountability court judge Mohammad Arshad Malik within three weeks, saying it wants to determine the truth of all allegations against the judge before proceeding in the matter. A three-member bench, presided by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and...

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Tehran observes all US ships in Gulf region: Iran navy chief

GENEVA: Iran observes all US ships in the Gulf region and has an archive of images of their daily movements, the head of Iran’s navy, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, said on Tuesday, according to the Young Journalists Club news site. “We observe all enemy ships, particularly America, point-by-point from their origin until the moment they enter the region,” Khanzadi said,...

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Bilawal back government’s efforts for engaging with the world

KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples’ Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto ob Nonday has supported Pakistan's efforts on engaging with the world community. The PPP chairman, in a series of tweets on Tuesday, commented on PM Imran’s maiden US visit and meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House. “I've many reservations about our PM, his undemocratic politics & economically fatal polices. I...

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Female buyers given option to share CNIC of male relatives: FBR

Female customers who do not want to share their identity card number, or do not have an independent source of income, can give the identity card of their male relatives when making purchases, said the new rule of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). On Monday, a new sales tax notification to explain amendments being made to the Sales Tax...

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Pakistan ready to give up on nuclear weapons if India does: PM Imran

WASHINGTON: "Pakistan is ready to give up its nuclear program if India does the same," said Prime Minister Imran Khan while giving the interview to Fox News during his maiden trip to the US where he met President Donald Trump. “Nuclear war is not an option between Pakistan and India. The idea of nuclear war is actually self-destruction,” said the...

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Can discuss Shakil Afridi and Afia Siddiqui’s exchange agreement with US: PM Khan

WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that in a possible prisoner swap agreement with the United Stated in the future, the exchange of Afia Siddiqui with Shakil Afridi can be discussed. The Premier was giving an interview to Fox News, where he was responding to a question about Dr Shakil Afridi, the man sentenced to 33 years for involvement in...

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President Trump accepts PM Imran offer to visit Pakistan: FM Qureshi

WASHINGTON: Foreign Minister Of Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Tuesday that US President Donald Trump has accepted the offer to visit Pakistan upon the invitation extended by Prime Minister Imran Khan. Addressing a press conference, Qureshi said that the matters pertaining to the US President Trump’s visit will be agreed upon soon. In his address in Washington, the foreign...

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Intermittent shower causes power outages in different areas of Karachi

Web-Desk (Syed Tazmeen Javed ) KARACHI: Karachi due to intermittent shower on Monday suffered power outages in different parts of the city. According to media reports, a major part of the city was plunged into darkness after the slight downpour. Areas such as Gulshan Iqbal, few parts of Defence and North Karachi were the most affected area. The power supplying...

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India adamant that Modi did not seek US mediation over Kashmir issue

NEW-Delhi: India denied the United States of America President Donald Trump's remarks that Prime Minister Modi asked Washington to mediate for the occupied Kashmir. The spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, Raveesh Kumar, said in a statement: "We have seen @POTUS's remarks to the press that he is ready to mediate, if requested by India & Pakistan, on Kashmir...

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No Military solution to Afghan conflict, says PM Imran before President Trump

Web -Desk (Syed Tazmeen Javed) WASHINGTON: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Monday said that there is no military solution to Afghan conflict in a meeting with the United States President---Donald Trump here at White house. "The only solution to Afghan conflict is the peace deal and would urge the Taliban to have a political settlement with the Afghan...

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PM Imran meets US President Donald Trump at White House

WASHINGTON: Prime Minister of Pakistan,Imran Khan is meeting the United States President, Donald Trump here in White House which is his first one-on-one meeting with US President Donald Trump. Trump, a property developer turned reality TV star, and PM Imran, World Cup-winning captain of the Pakistan cricket team, both came to office after achieving fame away from politics and the...

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Injured Italian rescued by Pak Army after 48 hours on Karakoram peak

ROME: Pakistani military helicopters have rescued an Italian climber 48 hours after he suffered serious injuries in a fall in the northern Karakoram mountains, officials said on Monday. Francesco Cassardo, a 30-year-old doctor from the northern Piedmont region, on Saturday gave up on reaching the 6,955-metre summit of Gasherbrum VII and was returning to base camp when he fell, Italian...

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Slight, heavy rain in different parts of Karachi

Web-Desk: (Syed Tazmeen Javed) KARACHI: Heavy and slight rain on Monday in different parts of Karachi reported. The metrological department added that downpour may continue for the next two hours. Rain brought a slight relief as cool breeze mitigated the humid weather in the metropolis. Areas like Gulshan-e Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, North Nazimabad, and North Karachi witnessed a light rainfall. Moreover,...

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Iran announces arrests, death sentences as CIA spy ring busted

Iranian authorities said on Monday that security agencies had arrested 17 suspects and sentenced some of them to death after dismantling a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) spy ring in a case announced last month. The agencies “successfully dismantled a [CIA] spy network on July 18,” the head of counter-intelligence at the Iranian intelligence ministry, whose identity was not revealed, told...

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Mosque attack triggers New Zealand to tighten gun laws

WELLINGTON: New Zealand announced plans for a national firearms register Monday in its second round of gun law reforms following the Christchurch mosque attacks which killed 51 Muslim worshippers. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said regulations around who could hold firearm licences would also be tightened to "stop weapons falling into the wrong hands". Ardern said the March 15 killings, when...

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