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Campus contest: Girls shine at horticulture competition

GCU Botany Alumni Associ­ation presid­ent Ajmal Raheem and GCU-HS Advise­r Prof Dr Zaheer­uddin congra­tulate­d the winner­s LAHORE: Girl students won all competitions on Wednesday at the Inter-Universities Flower and Painting ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

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Pakistan's success depends of bowling England over

If Misbah and co are to preven­t hosts from ruling the roost, then they must rely on their bowler­s to delive­r With the team already in England, the build-up and acclimatisation is under way, and Amir is Misbah's potential trump card.
 The Express Tribune6 days ago

The day Pakistan became World T20 Champions at Lords

to win the World T20 title in England 2009 did not start too well for Pakistan Cricket Team, in fact whole nation, as Sri Lankan Cricket Team was attacked in Lahore. Few Sri Lankan players and Pakistani officials suffered injuries in the attack ...
 Dunya News1 week ago

CDA regularises illegally appointed daily-wage officers

Islamabad - The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has regularised 18 out of 32 officers working on daily wage basis in BPS 16-17. Interestingly, the CDA has earlier viewed these appointments of 2012 as illegal. Eighteen out of 32 daily wage ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Slow pace of 26/11 attacks case exposes Pakistan's patchy counter-terrorism efforts

Asia Times News & Features, India, South Asia ISLAMABADA recent Country Report by the US State Department has censured Pakistan for its half-hearted efforts on the anti-terrorism front, giving credence to the impression that Pakistani authorities ...
 Asia Times Online1 week ago

First big test for Pakistan's most successful Test skipper

Misbah-ul-Haq became captain of Pakistan team in 2010 when previous captain Salman Butt was banned due to spot fixing and Pakistan lost two key fast bowlers Muhammad Amir and Muhammad Asif. Pakistan were deprived of the privilege of playing at home ...
 Dunya News1 week ago

Another challenge: forward bloc emerges within PML-N

ISLAMABAD: The ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is facing another challenge as a forward bloc is emerging within the party, sources told Daily Times. Over 80 disgruntled parliamentarians of the PML-N often remain absent from the budget ...
 Daily Times1 week ago

Three held for robbing biker

KOCHI: Three youths were arrested on Thursday night for the alleged robbery of a biker at Mattancherry. Two of them were held for snatching cash and mobile phone from the biker, while the third a mobile shop owner was arrested from Penta Menaka ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Girl's family takes oath to kill court marriage couple

OKARA: This can, perhaps, only happen in Pakistan where a family for the sake of its honour can go to any lengths. Some 21 members of the family of a girl, who contracted court marriage with a youth, submitted an application to DPO Muhammad ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Gang war inside Arthur Road Jail

Following close on the heals of a similar incident, Thursday witnessed another brawl between two convicts at the Arthur Road Jail. This time it was two inmates in the same cell who attacked each other. The victim Gopal Shetty who was in the jail for ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago
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