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Shoaib Akhtar compares Sourav Ganguly with PM Khan

Former Pakistan pace spearhead Shoaib Akhtar has hailed the appointment of former Indian captain Saurav Ganguly as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and compared him to Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan. While sharing his views on his Youtube channel, Akhtar said “This is a massive news. India is playing very smart. They are bringing their A-class people to the forefront." “If there was one man who transformed Indian captain, it was Saurav Ganguly. Before him, in 1996 and 1998, I never…

Romania trounces Pakistan in Socca World Cup 2019

CRETE: Romania trounced Pakistan by 5-0 in the ongoing Socca World Cup 2019 in the Greek island of Crete on Tuesday. The Pakistan side had a couple of chances to score but they failed to capitalize on those. A fumble by Pakistan's Mohammad Ali resulted in an own goal. The first half ended in a tight manner. Popa Ioan Mircea doubled Romania's lead in the 27th minute and Vlad Claudiu made it 3-0 in the very next minute. The Pakistani side continued to unravel as Selaru Alexandru Petre netted the fourth goal and…

Turkey may be ‘responsible’ for executions of Kurds in Syria: UN

Geneva - The UN warned Tuesday that reported summary executions of civilians in northeastern Syria carried out by pro-Turkish fighters could amount to a "war crime" and that Ankara could be "deemed responsible". The Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces said over the weekend that at least nine civilians were "executed" as part of Turkey's incursion into northeastern Syria, which began nearly a week ago. Among them was 35-year-old Hevrin Khalaf, the secretary-general of the Future Syria Party, who according to the…

PQTI chairman Sheikh Ali ban Abdullah Thani calls on PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Sheikh Ali bin Abdullah Thani Al Thani, Chief Executive of the International Islamic Bank and Chairman of Pak-Qatar Takaful Insurance called on Prime Minister Imran Khan and shared his future business and investment plans in Pakistan. Sheikh Ali bin Abdullah informed the Prime Minister that he intends to invest in hospitality industry and the planning was in an advanced stage. He noted that his group, Pak-Qatar Takaful, had over 70 branches in Pakistan and was now interested in investing in real estate,…

Three reported wounded in Quetta blast

QUETTA: At least three people have been wounded in a roadside blast in Quetta, police said on Tuesday. The blast took place on Double Road near a police patrol in the provincial capital. According to police, the inured have been shifted to hospital, where emergency has been declared. Security forces reached the scene and cordoned off the area.

Government must protect rights of visually impaired workers: HRCP

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) voiced its support for the ongoing protest by visually impaired persons at Charing Cross in Lahore. The protestors, comprising provincial government employees, say they have been working on a daily wage basis for the last five years, which barely allows them to make ends meet. Moreover, many have complained that they received their wages for June to August three months late. In a press statement, the commission said: "This is an unacceptable situation: We strongly urge…

Bilawal Bhutto slams govt for denying treatment to Asif Zardari

KARACHI: PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has warned that the government will be held responsible if anything happens to his father Asif Ali Zardari. In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Bilawal Bhutto deplored the government for denying treatment to Asif Zardari despite recommendations from doctors. He also accused the state of using his father's health to put pressure on the PPP. "Despite being detained without being convicted of anything since August he is still to receive medical care," Bilawal tweeted. "Despite…

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