PM arrives in New York to attend UNGA session

Prime Minister Imran Khan is in New York on Saturday to lead the Pakistan delegation to the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly . The PM will address to the 193-member Assembly on Friday sharing Pakistan’s perspective and position…

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Waqar Younis to skip first ODI to attend daughter’s graduation ceremony

LAHORE: Bowling coach Waqar Younis will miss Pakistan’s first one-dayer against Sri Lanka in Karachi on 27 September as he travels to Sydney to attend his daughter’s graduation ceremony. "Waqar will return in time for the second one-dayer on 29 September and join Pakistan men’s team in Karachi," said a spokesman of the Pakistan Cricket Board here on Saturday night. Waqar had conveyed the Pakistan Cricket Board about this commitment prior to his appointment as the bowling coach, he said.

After Modi, Rabi Pirzada turns her gun on PM Imran Khan

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Karachi to be decorated ahead of Sri Lanka series: report

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