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Stress fracture leaves Anderson doubtful for first Pakistan Test

14 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

James Anderson has emerged as an injury doubt for the first Investec Test against Pakistan next month

The US Government Will Spend $1.25 Million To Develop A Propaganda Cartoon For Pakistan

As the US government cuts into people's social security payments in order to reduce costs, it is not lost on everyone that the US is simultaneously jacking up expenses for things such as massive warships that cost taxpayers $4.4 billion,...Show More Summary

At Least 30 Daesh Militants, Three Civilians Killed in Eastern Afghanistan

At least 30 Daesh militants and three civilians have been killed during terrorist attacks on local police checkpoints in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar bordering Pakistan, local media said Friday.

Jazzcash To Provide Its Payment Solutions To Kaymu.pk Customers

JazzCash has entered in to a partnership with Kaymu.pk, the largest e-commerce market place in Pakistan, whereby customers can purchase through Kaymu using JazzCash.  The partnership provides customers the option to pay through any Debit...Show More Summary

Bank Alfalah Partners With Millat Tractors

In continuation of its efforts to support SME sector in Pakistan, Bank Alfalah has entered into a partnership with the country’s largest tractor manufacturer Millat Tractors to launch vendor financing with end-to-end banking solutions specially outfitted for the SME. Show More Summary

Diners Can Give Their Leftovers To People In Need With Special To-Go Boxes

This simple idea could help to fight a complex problem. Two friends, Zara Nadeem and Zehra Hassan, are trying to reduce food waste in Karachi, Pakistan, with their Food for Thought campaign. The women distribute to-go packaging labeled with the words “Food for Thought” at restaurants throughout the city. Show More Summary

The week in pictures

From Brexit to killing of Sufi singer Amjad Sabri in Pakistan, here is the week's news in pictures.

858 killed: Not a day in April passed without a terror attack

Habib Ullah chugged along a dusty road in rural Pakistan on his battered motorcycle, his wife, infant son and 7-year-old daughter hanging on — a family of farm laborers on their way to work the fields. A 60-year-old father of seven, Ullah was steering through the barren, mountainous district of...

Turkey to Modernize Pakistan’s Subs

The Turkish defense firm Defense Technologies and Engineering (STM) won the tender to modernize Pakistan's submarines against its French competitor DCNS, reports Daily Sabah.

SCO Leaders Adopt Memorandums on India, Pakistan Joining Organization

Shanghai Cooperation Organization leaders adopted memorandums on admitting India and Pakistan as full members.

Talks on Accession of India, Pakistan to SCO 'Complicated' - Uzbek Leader

The Uzbek president described the talks on accession of India and Pakistan to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as "complicated."

Devotional Singer Is Assassinated in Pakistan For Insulting Allah With Music

If you've never heard Qawwali music, you owe it to yourself to check it out. I've long been deeply touched by the songs of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the greatest of the Sufi-Islamic singers, whose thrilling, intense voice reverberated across...Show More Summary

Stokes grabs 12th man chance after Collingwood breaks thumb

2 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Ben Stokes, desperate to prove his fitness for the first Test against Pakistan, got on to the field as Durham 12th man after Paul Collingwood fractured a thumb as a Championship tussle against Yorkshire finished in a draw

Why Islam Needs Feminist Voices to Counter Misogynistic Interpretation of Koran

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

A few weeks ago, just prior to the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology met in Islamabad. The agenda for the meeting was packed, and 19 of the Council’s 20 members were present. The main...Show More Summary

How Russia, China are Creating Unified Eurasian Trade Space

Russia is pushing ahead with its project of a "more extensive Eurasian partnership" involving the Eurasian Economic Union, Moscow's CIS partners as well as China, India, Pakistan and Iran; meanwhile, Beijing and Moscow continue to build a Eurasian economic corridor that will stretch from Shanghai to Berlin.

Pakistan’s Leading Sufi Singer Shot Dead By Taliban

“One of Pakistan’s most famous and respected musicians, celebrated for devotional songs from [the] centuries-old mystic tradition [of qawwali], has been shot dead by Taliban gunmen in Karachi.”

Essex lose Wahab, Milne for Blast

2 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Wahab Riaz's spell at Essex has been cut short by two games after he was required to join up with Pakistan's training camp ahead of Test series against England

RELIGION OF PEACE UPDATE: Sufi singer shot dead by extremists in Pakistan. Two attackers on a mot…

RELIGION OF PEACE UPDATE: Sufi singer shot dead by extremists in Pakistan. Two attackers on a motorcycle opened fire on Amjad Sabri’s car while he was on his way to a local TV appearance in the southern port city of Karachi, police officer Arif Mahar said. Sabri’s brother, who was in the car with him, […]

Pakistan mourns murdered singer in attack claimed by Taliban

KARACHI (Reuters) - Thousands of mourners crowded the funeral procession of a beloved Pakistani singer on Thursday, a day after he was gunned down in the port city of Karachi in an attack claimed by a faction of the Pakistani Taliba...

Pakistan mourns assassinated Sufi singer Amjad Sabri

Security tight at funeral of Qawwali singer Amjad Sabri, who was shot dead in Karachi, in attack claimed by Taliban.

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