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Pakistan 59-2 at lunch vs West Indies

Kingston: Pakistan were 59 for two replying to the West Indies first innings total of 286 all out at lunch on the third day of the rain-affected first Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday. West Indies had resumed at 278 for nine before Mohammad Amir wrapped up the innings by dismissing Shannon Gabriel….

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Video: MQM London, Pakistan workers come face to face

Tension prevailed when supporters of two rival groups – Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) and MQM London – came face to face during a rally at Liaqatabad area of Karachi. Watch this report


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3rd day Test match: West Indies 286 all out vs Pakistan

Kingston: West Indies were bowled out for 286 in their first innings early on the third day of the rain-hit first Test against Pakistan at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday. West Indies had resumed at 278 for nine before Mohammad Amir wrapped up the innings by dismissing Shannon Gabriel. Amir finished with figures of…

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Rain delays 3rd day of Windies, Pakistan Test

Kingston, Jamaica: Start of play on the third day of the rain-affected first Test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday was delayed. Umpires inspected the pitch and outfield following further rain overnight and determined that play will get underway at 1030 local time (1530GMT) barring any more downpours…

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US lawmaker vows to defend Muslims’ rights; help Pakistan eradicate polio

NEW YORK: Pledging to uphold the rights of American-Muslims, a U.S lawmaker said Saturday that he would also help in making Pakistan a polio-free country. Speaking at a large gathering of U.S. citizens of Pakistani origin held at the Pakistan consulate in New York, Republican Congressman Daniel Donovan said that United States Constitution guaranteed freedom…

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CPEC improves local infrastructure, people’s life : Report

BEIJING: Local residents in Pakistan are witnessing significant changes in their live, two years after the launch of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) program. The project, a key element of the Chinese government’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, was officially launched in 2015 during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan, according to a report broadcast by…

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Video: A look at second day of first Pakistan – Windies test

Mohammad Amir claimed his first five-wicket haul since returning from a five-year ban on a rain-shortened second day of the first test against West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday. Only 11.3 overs were bowled, with the home team advancing to 278 for nine wickets at a soggy Sabina Park.

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Video: Sheikh Rasheed comments on Pakistan’s system

Awami Muslim League (AML) Chairman Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed lambasted the prevailing system of Pakistan in his media talk on Sunday morning.

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Video: Beggar refuses to take money from Sheikh Rasheed

A beggar refused to take a 100 rupee note from Awami Pakistan League Chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed. He said that the amount being given to him was less.

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WATCH: Mohammad Amir rips apart West Indies batting

Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir has taken five wickets in the first innings of the first test against West Indies at Jamaica.

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WATCH: Younis Khan speaks on his retirement

Younis Khan talks on rumors regarding his retirement from international cricket after the test series against West Indies comes to an end.

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Younis Khan rubbishes rumors of reconsidering retirement

JAMAICA: Pakistani cricketer Younis Khan has rubbished rumors of reconsidering retirement from international cricket, Samaa reported. In a video, Younis Khan said that the ongoing test series against West Indies will be his last. He said, “Even if I score a century in every innings of the test series, I will not take back my…

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Amir takes five as rain ruins Jamaica Test

KINGSTON: Mohammad Amir completed a five-wicket innings haul and West Indies captain Jason Holder reached a fifth half-century as the home side reached 278 for nine in their first innings on a rain-ruined second day of the first Test against Pakistan at Sabina Park on Saturday.

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West Indies, Pakistan underway after four-hour delay

KINGSTON: Play got underway after a four-hour delay on the second day of the first Test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Saturday.

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Watch: Mahira Khan slams Meera in rap segment

KARACHI: Pakistani actress Mahira Khan can apparently pick the microphone and rap to our heart’s delight as well. Catch the popular Raees superstar take a dig at veteran actress Meera who has hit out at Mahira in the past as well, during a rap segment at the recent Lux Style Awards.   

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Mardan groups denounce ‘inhuman and un-Islamic mutilation’ of Mashal Khan

MARDAN: Various political and religious parties on Saturday denounced the “inhuman and unIslamic mutilation” of Mashal Khan’s body by a frenzied mob. The 23-year-old journalism student of Abdul Wali Khan University, was dragged from his hostel room, lynched, stripped and shot to death and his body was desecrated on campus on charges of blasphemy on…

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Video: The disabled PTI worker who refuses to give up

DADU: PTI’s official Twitter account tweeted a video of a physically disable worker who refuses to let his condition deter him from attending the party’s gatherings or jalsas. 

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Army chief condemns Afghanistan base attack

ISLAMABAD: General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff  (COAS), strongly condemned yesterday’s terrorist attack on a military base in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. According to a statement issued by ISPR, the media wing of Pakistan army, General Bajwa expressed grief over loss of innocent lives and expresseed solidarity with Afghan security forces and brotherly resilient…

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Cricket: Poor covers delay West Indies, Pakistan Test

KINGSTON: Inadequate covering from heavy overnight and early morning rain delayed the start of play on the second day of the first Test between the West Indies and Pakistan at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Saturday. While the rain stopped well before the scheduled start, some rainwater had leaked onto the pitch creating damp areas…

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Sindh Cabinet extends Rangers’ powers for 90 days

KARACHI: The provincial government decided to extend the powers of Sindh Rangers for 90 days, after a meeting presided by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah was held to discuss the matter.  According to details, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah spoke highly of the performance of Sindh Rangers and said that circumstances had…

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15 Indians killed in ‘Mother Of All Bombs’ dropped in Afghanistan

Nangarhar: According to sources, 15 Indian nationals have been killed in the Mother Of All Bombs which was dropped in Afghanistan to target Islamic State fighters a couple of days go.  The largest non-nuclear bomb dropped in Nangahar province of Afghanistan by the USA killed as many as 90 Islamic State fighters, according to certain…

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