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Australia's dropped Watson vows to play on

SYDNEY: Dropped Australian all-rounder Shane Watson says he has no plans to walk away from cricket and hasn't given up on a Test recall. The 34-year-old was axed after just one Test of the Ashes campaign against England in favour of young gun Mitchell Marsh after he was twice out lbw cheaply in the opening…

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COAS visits Balochistan districts, vows to build CPEC

RAWALPINDI: General Raheel Sharif, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) visited Panjgur and Turbat, Balochistan Saturday and  inspected a part of under construction road network as part of China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) by FWO. During a detailed briefing, General Sharif was apprised that as many as 11 units of FWO have been employed in Balochistan…

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Hamza vows to restore peace in Karachi

LAHORE: Hamza Shahbaz, a member of the National Assembly and son of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, vowed that Karachi operation would continue and peace would be restored in the business hub of Pakistan. Talking to media here on Sunday, Hamza said that the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharf had taken all the political parties on…

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Zaheer vows to stand shoulder to shoulder by ICC

ISLAMABAD: Newly elected International Cricket Council (ICC) President Zaheer Abbas Thursday vowed to stand shoulder to shoulder with the ICC members saying more and more efforts would be done to make the people fall in love with the game of cricket. Zaheer assumed the role of the ICC President on day three of the ICC…

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Asfandyar vows to avenge Iftikhar’s arrest

PESHAWAR: Awami National Party (ANP) chief Asfandyar Wali Khan Wednesday vowed to avenge ‘atrocities’ committed by Imran Khan against the activists of the opposition party in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Addressing a press conference, Asfandyar asked as to why Mian Iftikhar was produced before the court with his hands cuffed if he was put under protective custody…

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Imran vows to fight cruelty, corruption

CHILAS: Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Wednesday promised to fight cruelty and corruption in the country. “I will show you how to fight against all kind of atrocities and injustices in the country,” Khan said while addressing a rally here. He said that his biggest purpose of politics is to eliminate poverty from the…

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APC vows to thwart foreign conspiracies

QUETTA: The All Parties Conference on Tuesday unanimously resolved to foil terrorist activities and foreign conspiracies aimed at destabilizing Balochistan. The conference adopted a declaration which said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has become an eyesore to the enemy and it is now using negative tactics in their bid to derail the project. It strongly condemned…

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Saudi says Yemen rebels violating truce but vows 'restraint'

RIYADH: Saudi-led forces accused Yemen's Huthi rebels of violating a ceasefire on Thursday but said they will abide by a five-day humanitarian truce that has allowed aid agencies to deliver relief supplies. The humanitarian pause that began late Tuesday is the first break in the air war the Saudi-led coalition launched on March 26 in…

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President vows to eliminate crimes from Karachi

KARACHI: President Mamnoon Hussain vowed to make Karachi a peaceful city, saying the government is committed to continue operation till arrest of the last criminal. Addressing at Jinnah University convocation here on Saturday, the president said that the era of unrest is over in Karachi and the city would see peace again. Mamnoon also said that…

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Saudi vows to cover UN aid call for Yemen, keeps up air raids

SANAA: Saudi Arabia pledged Saturday to cover the entire $274 million in humanitarian aid sought by the UN for conflict-torn Yemen, which has also been the target of Saudi-led air strikes against rebels. The United Nations says hundreds of people have died and thousands of families fled their homes in the war, which has also…

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Khan vows to resist any secret deal on Yemen crisis

ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Saturday said that his party stood in the parliament in 2004and urged the government to stay out of US War on Terror and not send troops to Waziristan. In a statement issued here on the parliament’s resolution on Yemen, Khan said at that time underhand commitments were made…

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Promoted Sarfraz Ahmed vows new start for Pakistan

LAHORE: Pakistan's fast-rising wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed vowed to take the new-look side to the next level after his elevation to the one-day and Twenty20 vice-captaincy. Under new one-day captain Azhar Ali, Pakistan are hoping for a fresh start when they start their Bangladesh tour next week following the retirement of stalwarts Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi…

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CEC vows action against horse-trading

ISLAMABAD: Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Raza Khan came into action after growing fears of horse-trading in tomorrow’s senate election, saying that action would be taken if evidence in this regard was provided to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). In a statement issued here Wednesday, Khan said that if someone has proof of horse-trading, it…

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PM vows to take war against terrorism to logical end

QUETTA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has reiterated his commitment to take country’s combat against terrorism and militancy to a logical end, Samaa reported Thursday. “I assure you that terrorists will be chased after and eliminated in every nook and corner of Pakistan. We will have to win this war and take it to a logical…

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Waqar vows Pakistan comeback after cracking under pressure

CHRISTCHRCH: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis Wednesday insisted his team would bounce back in the World Cup despite a demoralising defeat against arch-rivals India, a loss he blamed on an inability to handle big-match pressure. Pakistan succumbed to a 76-run defeat against the defending champions in their first Pool B game in Adelaide on Sunday. “We…

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Delhi's new CM vows to end VIP culture, corruption

DELHI: Arvind Kejriwal promised to make Delhi India's first corruption-free state and end what he called its “VIP culture” as he was sworn in as chief minister Saturday in front of a huge crowd of cheering supporters. The veteran antigraft campaigner also pledged to stick out his five-year term and said he would not succumb…

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Obama vows to ratchet up pressure on Moscow over Ukraine

NEW DELHI: US President Barack Obama blamed Russia on Sunday for the fighting that has flared anew between government troops and separatists in eastern Ukraine, and said the United States would consider additional options to ratchet up pressure on Moscow. “We will continue to take the approach that we have taken in the past, which…

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Pakistan vows to deal a deathblow to terrorists

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Friday vowed to deal a deathblow to the terrorists without wasting a single moment, Samaa reported. “If we cannot deal the terrorists with an iron fist then there is no point for us to waste our time sitting here,” the prime minister said during an emergent All Parties Conference held here to hash…

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PM Sharif vows to eliminate terrorism

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Wednesday that time has come to destroy the terrorists who martyred our children. The PM said this before leaving to Peshawar, where he will participate in a meeting of the parliamentary leaders of all political parties today. He vowed to eliminate every terrorist in the country chasing them to…

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PM vows to root out terrorism

PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today expressed his strong resolve to root out the menace of terrorism from the country. Addressing a press conference along with Chief Minister Pervez Khattak in Peshawar, Prime Minister Sharif said that that war against terrorists could continue till the elimination of last militant. “Operation Zarb-e-Azb will continue,” he said….

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Alvi vows to shut down Karachi Friday

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Arif Alvi Thursday reiterated that his party would shut down Karachi tomorrow. “Imran Khan will definitely visit Karachi tomorrow as it was promised earlier,” Alvi said while addressing a press conference here. He said that PTI would block Native Jetty Bridge for traffic and no activity would take place…

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