Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Tag Archives: Pakistan

International footballers arrive in Pakistan

KARACHI: Eight renowned international footballers including former Brazilian footballers Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos have arrived in Pakistan. According to the Leisure League Pakistan, Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos, Nicolas Anelka, Robert Pires, Luis Boa Morte, David James, George Boateng and Ryan Giggs are also part of this group of football stars. Two football matches ...

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Burhan Wani’s sacrifice is testimony against Indian atrocities: COAS

ISLAMABAD: On first death anniversary of Kashmiri rebel fighter, Burhan Wani, Pakistan Army Chief stated that sacrifices by Wani and many generations are testimony of their resolve against Indian brutalities. “Kashmiris hv rt of self determination.Sacrifices of #BurhanWani & generations agst Indian atrocities are a testimony of their resolve”COAS pic.twitter.com/BP7xU2kL1M ...

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Pakistan Navy receives seven Sea King helicopters from UK

KARACHI: The Pakistan Navy has received seven Sea King helicopters that were purchased from the United Kingdom. The helicopters were formally handed over to Pakistan Navy, in a ceremony attended by Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK. Christopher Bob Richardson represented the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) ...

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India using chemical ammunition in Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed grave concern over the use of ammunition containing chemical agents by Indian forces to kill Kashmiris and destroy their properties in Indian Occupied Kashmir. “If use of chemicals in the ammunition is confirmed, then it would constitute a serious violation of international norms and India’s international ...

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Pakistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan pledge to enhance ties

DUSHANBE: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Thursday attended the tripartite meeting with Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon and Afghan President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani in Dushanbe. “During the meeting held in a sincere, cordial and friendly atmosphere, the leaders discussed the ways of further strengthening and development of trilateral and multilateral ...

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A real challenge to follow Misbah, says Sarfraz

KARACHI: The hardest part, Sarfraz Ahmed might reasonably think, is over. Becoming Pakistan’s limited-overs captain always loomed as the greater challenge, given the depths to which they have fallen there. But he’s come through that with flying colours, the Champions Trophy win the icing on a captaincy record that currently ...

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Waseem knocks out Valdes to retain WBC title

LONDON: Pakistan’s two time WBC silver flyweight champion, Muhammad Waseem knocked out Panama’s Eliecer Valdez to claim his sixth straight win. The WBC world number one boxer has been in Panama since June 29 for the International Challenge fight. The 29-year-old Pakistani who hails from Quetta knocked out his opponent ...

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London Buses Adorned to Celebrate Pakistan’s Independence Day

LONDON: The Pakistan High Commission London is celebrating the 70th Independence Anniversary of Pakistan by giving the London’s emblematic red double-decker a Pakistani traditional look under the theme of “Emerging Pakistan”. Under the campaign, the buses depicting the diverse culture of the country will carry brand Pakistan on the roads ...

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England cruise past Pakistan in rain-hit Women’s World Cup clash

LEICESTER: Natalie Sciver converted her maiden ODI century into a blistering innings of 137 from 92 balls, and Heather Knight, the captain, also passed three figures for the first time in limited-overs cricket, as England dusted themselves down after their opening-match defeat against India to rack up a formidable total ...

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Pakistan rejects India-US joint notification against Syed Salahuddin

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has rejected India-United States joint notification that designated chief of Kashmiri’ Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin a Specially Designated Global Terrorist. Spokesperson for the Foreign Office (FO) has held the designation non-favourable for peace and stability in South Asia. The office has stated that it is unacceptable to brand Kashmiris’ ...

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