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Oil, gas reserves not found in Karachi’s coast: PM’s aide on petroleum

ISLAMABAD: Oil and gas reserves have not been found in offshore drilling off Karachi coast, Special Assistant to PM on Petroleum Nadeem Babar said on Saturday. Pakistan was hopeful of finding large oil and gas reserves in its territorial waters in the Arabian Sea. US oil giant Exxon Mobil, Italy’s ENI and a couple other companies had been involved in...

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Malaysian cricket team officials term Pakistan a safe country

Officials of the visiting Malaysian cricket team termed Pakistan a safe country for holding international cricket events and said they will be visiting Pakistan again in April on a preparatory tour. "Pakistan is an ideal country to hold top cricket events. As far as security is concerned, it was perfectly fine. We enjoyed playing cricket here," said Shankar Retinam, manager...

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Five dead in shooting at Mexico music festival: mayor

CANCUN: Dozens of activist groups plan to protest the Jan. 20 inauguration of the New York real estate developer, whose supporters are counting on him to fulfill a host of controversial campaign promises including building a wall on the Mexican border and deporting millions of illegal immigrants. Police expect some 900,000 people to flood Washington for the inauguration ceremony, which...

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Zardari to attend oath taking ceremony of Donald Trump

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-Chairman and Former President Asif Ali Zardari would attend the oath taking ceremony of US President-elect Donald Trump. According to media reports, former president is currently present in Dubai and will travel to US on January 17th. The sources said Zardari would also attend the outgoing President Obama’s luncheon on February 2. According to Reuters...

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Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy first-ever artist to co-chair WEF

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy is all set to become the first ever artist to co-chair the World Economic Forum, a statement from her office said. The Academy award-winning filmmaker will also speak at the World Economic Forum's annual three-day meeting. The statement added that Chinoy considers it a great honour to participate in the forum to represent the artistic community and...

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Atif Aslam rescues girl being harassed at concert in Karachi

Pakistani singing sensation Atif Aslam earned a great respect after he rescued a girl being harassed at his concert in Karachi. A video making rounds on social media suggested that a crowd of rowdy youngsters were harassing a girl at the front row. Atif mid-performance realised what was going on and walked up to edge of the stage and taught...

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Advani, India is Incomplete without Sindh

BJP patriarch LK Advani feels that India appears "incomplete" without Sindh in its territory. Sindh being the third largest province of Pakistan which separated from India in 1947 along with other densely populated Muslim areas on the basis of religious, ethnic and linguistic barriers and the atrocities, subjugation suffered at the hands of their tyrannical counterparts. The 89-year-old leader made...

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Netanyahu slams ´futile´ Paris peace conference

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday dismissed as "futile" an international conference in Paris seeking to revive the moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process. "The conference convening today in Paris is a futile conference," he told ministers at the start of a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. "It was coordinated between the French and the Palestinians with the aim of...

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Nation would soon get rid of Sharif mafia: Imran Khan

DERA GHAZI KHAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan, Sunday lashed out at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, claiming that the nation would soon “get rid of Sharif mafia” in the Panama Papers case. “There's a judge far more cognizant of all the injustice. The Almighty Allah, who has taken a suo motu action against Nawaz Sharif now in the Panama...

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Pakistan beat Australia in 2nd ODI

Melbourne, Australia: Pakistan beat Australia by six wickets in the second one-day international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, their first ODI win on Australian soil for 12 years. After Australian captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose to bat, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir took 3-47 to help restrict the home side to 220 all out. Pakistan...

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Devious Designs, Cold Start Doctrine

By: | Muhammad Ali Azlan |   “Cold start or Hot Start we are ready for any and all misadventure” The statement given by the recently outgoing Army Chief reverberates in the hearts and mind of most Pakistani’s addressing an event held at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi to mark the golden jubilee anniversary of the 1965 Pakistan-India war last...

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Iraqi minister trying to improve relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia: report

DUBAI: Iraq's foreign minister said he had carried messages between Iran and Saudi Arabia in a continuing attempt to curb a feud involving its two neighbors, Iran's state broadcaster IRIB reported on Saturday. Relations between the two regional rivals worsened after hundreds of people, many of them Iranians, died in a crush at the 2015 Muslim haj pilgrimage in Saudi...

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Yemen clashes leave 26 dead in key battle for coastal region

Aden: At least 26 Yemeni fighters died in fresh clashes and an air strike as government forces advanced against Shiite Huthi rebels near a key shipping strait, medics and officials said Saturday. A week-long assault by government forces and their allies aims to expel the Iran-backed Huthis from Dhubab region, close to the Bab al-Mandab strait linking the Red Sea...

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South Africa takes 16 wickets in 60 overs to beat Sri Lanka

JOHANNESBURG: South Africa's fast bowling quartet rifled through 16 Sri Lankan wickets in only 60 overs on day three to wrap up an innings victory in the third test at the Wanderers on Saturday. The all-pace attack shared the wickets as it bowled out Sri Lanka for 131 and 177, giving South Africa an innings and 118-run win and a...

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‘Mr Dakar’ Peterhansel wins landmark 13th title

Río Cuarto (Argentina): France's Stéphane Peterhansel won his 13th Dakar Rally title on Saturday following a tight battle with French Peugeot teammate Sébastien Loeb. The 51-year-old Peterhansel added the 2017 title to his previous six wins on four wheels and his six on two, the first coming in 1991. Along with third-placed Cyril Despres the trio handed Peugeot their first...

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Scrap international T20s to save one-dayers: Pakistan Coach

BRISBANE: Cricket's shortest Twenty20 format should be restricted to domestic franchises to maintain the relevance of one-day internationals, Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has said. With the rise of the shorter and action-packed T20 format in recent years, the 50-over version of international cricket has suffered a dip in attendance. Arthur, the former South Africa and Australia coach, was in the...

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Observing Arfa Karim’s 5th death anniversary

Arfa Karim was a Pakistani student who at the age of 9 earned the title of being the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). Arfa deceased on 14th January 2012 after she suffered a cardiac arrest at a hospital in Lahore at the age of 16. Today we are observing Arfa’s 5th death anniversary.

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