Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Tag Archives: Pakistan

Hafiz Saeed spreading terrorism in name of jihad: Pakistan

LAHORE: Jamat-ud Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed and his four aides have been detained for “spreading terrorism in the name of jihad”, Pakistan’s interior ministry has told a judicial review board. Saeed appeared before the board yesterday and told it that he had been detained by the Pakistani government+ in ...

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Teaser of Pakistan’s first ever superhero film released

LAHORE: ‘Project Ghazi’ is poised to bring Pakistan its first ever superhero film and the teaser is no less than promising. The project was announced last year and first teaser of the movie is out. First teaser is pretty much the introduction of an anti-hero character that is set to ...

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Amir Khan: Will announce my comeback fight opponent next month

NEW DELHI: British Pakistani boxing star Amir Khan today said Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao and reigning IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook are among the prospective opponents for his much-anticipated return to the ring come November. “I will announce a fight within the next one month. I am in talks with ...

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Pakistan all out for 376 on second day against Windies

Misbah-ul-Haq walks out to a guard of honour DOMINICA: Pakistan opener Azhar Ali made his second century of the series as they batted into a strong position on the second day of the third test against West Indies in Dominica. Azhar laboriously ground out a patient 127 in a marathon ...

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Younis Khan to coach Afghanistan team after retirement

KABUL: Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan is set to join the Afghanistan national team as coach after he retires from international cricket at the end of the third Test against the West Indies, said Afghanistan Cricket Board chairman. The ACB head Atif Mashal told media that Younis, 39, had agreed ...

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No ‘stay’ on Jadhav’s execution despite Indian application: ICJ

HUGUE: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) did not ‘stay’ the execution of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav rather it has only received an application from India in this regard, stated the ICJ spokesperson. ICJ clarified there is no formal development in the case yet. Earlier, Indian government and media claimed that ICJ ...

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Women sold for sham marriages to Asian crime gangs in Glasgow

GLASGOW: Revelations that victims of human trafficking have been sold to Asian crime groups in Glasgow have been exposed as part of a report showing that it is now the second most lucrative criminal commodity after drugs. with labour and sexual exploitation the most common reasons for trafficking to Scotland. ...

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