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Fawad, Babar, Zia excel as Pakistan A clinch series
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Fawad, Babar, Zia excel as Pakistan A clinch series

LAHORE: Devastating bowling by left-arm pacer Zia-ul-Haq and big knocks by opener Babar Azam and captain Fawad Alam helped Pakistan A register an emphatic 214-run victory over Kenya at Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday. With the victory, Pakistan A take ... DAWN Group, 6 days ago

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Muhammad Afzal Guru ghost haunts parties in J&K

The hanging of Parliament attack convict Muhammad Afzal Guru has turned out to be a major issue in the campaigning for Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections with major regional mainstream parties — National Conference (NC) and Peoples’ Democratic Party ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Blasphemy violence: Blurring line between Islamists and common Pakistanis

"The punishment for insulting the Koran or Prophet Muhammad is death. No Muslim can tolerate it," Ahmed Jehanzaib, a shopkeeper in Karachi's Defense area, told DW. Blasphemy has always been a very sensitive topic in the Islamic Republic, where 97 ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago The Gulf Arab foundations of terror in Pakistan  Nikkei Asian Review3 days ago Pakistan's blasphemy law goes Bollywood  Human Rights Watch1 week ago Pakistan preacher denies blasphemy  BBC2 weeks ago
Indian Express

An escape from ideology

Intizar traced his literary lineage to Meeraji, Manto and Muhammad Hasan Askari, all averse to mixing art with political ardor. Pakistani novelist Intizar Husain was awarded the French honour, Officier de LOrdre des Arts et des Lettres (Officer of ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

KP RTI law will extend to PATA

October 16, 2014 Chief Information Commissioner Right to Information (RTI) Commission Major Sahibzada Muhammad Khalid (Retd) has said that the KP RTI law is soon to extend to Provincially Administered Tribal Areas (PATA), saying currently ...
 Business Recorder2 months ago
Business Insights

International Defence Exhibition and Seminar-2014: Chief of Naval Staff visits Rohde and Schwarz pavilion

(PPI-OT): Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah HI (M) was welcomed by Mr. Sameer Ahmad Siddiqi the managing director of Rohde and Schwarz (R and S), the German multinational in Pakistan, at R and S pavilion at the IDEAS 2014 Exhibition.
 Business Insights2 weeks ago Successful exhibition like International Defence Exhibition and Seminar-2014 is indeed a pride for country: Sameer Ahmad Siddiqi  Business Insights2 weeks ago

8 Reasons Why the US and its Allies Are Responsible for Islamic Extremism

Violent Islamic extremism used to be a useful tool of Western Imperialism. When Bill Maher and Sam Harris recently re-ignited the debate over Islamophobia on the left , they defended themselves from charges of racism by invoking the specter of ...
 AlterNet.org19 hours ago
The Express Tribune

Quaid-e-Azam Trophy SNGPL gear up for thrilling final against NBP

For SNGPL, Naeemuddin has been prolific with the bat, scoring 1,009 runs in eleven matches. PHOTO COURTESY: TAUFEEQ UMAR/NAEEMUDDIN KARACHI: SNGPL and NBP are all set to face each other in a thrilling final to fight for the Quaid-e-Azam ...
 The Express Tribune20 hours ago
Foreign Affairs

Pakistan's Dark Days

AMJAD MAHMOOD KHAN is an Adjunct Professor at UCLA School of Law. Last week's massacre of 132 schoolchildren in Peshawar by the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was horrific. It sparked a wave of sympathy—world leaders expressed their solidarity ...
 Foreign Affairs21 hours ago

Peshawar attack may signal coming collapse of Pakistan

'A collapsing Pakistan may well unleash its nuclear weapons as the last throw of the dice. With a nuclear arsenal of over 50 bombs, even a regional nuclear exchange can devastate the world,' points out Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Terror attacks on innocents are abhorrent and especially so when depraved men target school children. The Peshawar school attack on December 16 will surely be classified as one of the most dastardly along with the Beslan school attack in Russia during which 385 ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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