India's Test number three feels he has no obligation to quench the boundary-thirst of the home fans.
‘Brexit’ may make it more difficult for Premier League clubs to recruit talented young players.
“It is the first time in Pakistan's history that cochlear implantation was carried out at a government hospital”
Come to Pakistan and we'll watch a Fawad Khan movie together.
Salman Ahmed hopes to tour India to promote his upcoming album soon
India has no legal competence under the treaty to revoke it per se on its own, says Ahmer Bilal Soofi.
“It was dark, deep and helpless time. There was nothing I could do about it," said the filmmaker
SHC directs the Sohrab Goth police to register a case to track down Wahid, allegedly taken away by LEAs personnel.
Dawn's special coverage of the Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030 continues.
Each accuses the other of distortions and falsehoods and urges viewers to check their websites for the facts.
Pledges support to armed forces in case of aggression by India.
Speakers at reference term former Afghan president preacher of peace.
Reforms committee seems unconcerned about half of the population of Fata.
The entry of 16 ulema into the capital city has been banned.
Media mostly takes interest in asking him questions about the Panama papers leak, said Capt (Retd) Mohammad Safdar.
Affected court officials locked their offices and left after hearing apex court verdict.
Govt wants PKI to hold march after PTI’s Raiwind show .
'The bank has so far provided $0.44 billion in four installments for the project.'
Peaceful protests became inevitable when the state institutions stopped dispensing justice, Khan says.
Sindh was the first province to have introduced the law against underage marriages, says rights activist Iqbal Detho.
Out of 24 districts in the province, family courts were working in 21, said Nisar Khuhro.
This is the second release of the same species by fishermen at sea for commercial operations.
Wasim Akhtar claims that his loyalty and association belong to MQM-Pakistan.
The exercise will target 8.3 million children aged five or less, with around 2.2 million based in Karachi.
Indian atrocities in held Kashmir condemned.
The shoe did not hit Gandhi, who blamed the BJP-RSS combine for the incident.
Syrians in Aleppo face worsening food and medical shortages.
Catholic charity Caritas is auctioning three cars used by Pope Francis to raise funds for Syrian refugees.
US Treasury accuses Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development Co of proliferating weapons of mass destruction.
Homa Hoodfar released on “humanitarian grounds” after spending months in detention over dual nationality.
Cold War-era allies are taking measures to squeeze isolated N.Korea in condemnation of its nuclear programme.
FIFA says fighting racism ‘seriously’ despite ending anti-racism task force.
Former West Indies captain Vivian Richards throws his support behind expansion of cricket to non-traditional nations.
Coach Mickey Arthur urges Pakistan to be ruthless and achieve a rare clean sweep against world champions West Indies.
Weakness in risk appetite weighed on the more industrial precious metals, with platinum down 0.6pc and palladium 1pc.
'Spinners realised that their viability under domestic conditions do not allow them to buy cotton on higher prices.'
Rato is standing trial with 64 other former executives and board members at Caja Madrid and Bankia.
Danielsen’s dreams reflect the wider vision of his industry, whose firms are in the midst of a spending spree.
Overall telecom imports declined 9.7pc to $174.4m in July-August.
We are concerned about the situation and believe that a conflict will be disastrous for both countries: FPCCI.
KTBA urged the FBR to extend the deadline for filing income tax returns by another month to October 30, 2016.
The benchmark KSE-100 index defied the trend of global slump and rallied 439 points to close at 40,221.
The imported bulletproof cars will be used for the security of visiting dignitaries, said FBR.
ADB for private-sector investment from both domestic and international investors in Pakistan's mineral sector.
This will be a rare meeting of the Irsa advisory committee because it will be held without prior estimates of water.
ECC of the Cabinet plans to reduce fertiliser prices further by Rs110 per bag to offload huge stocks.
Roadside stalls are demanding Rs1,000-1,200 for a medium-quality helmet which was sold for Rs700-800 apiece.
Ahmad Khan Rahami spent three weeks in Kuchlak, an area described as a long-time ‘hub’ for the Taliban.
Bill seeks constitution of a judicial commission to investigate the Panama Papers scandal.
Participants in rally demand that Indian government stop killing and incarcerating helpless Kashmiris.
Flights have been cancelled due to the airspace restrictions in the northern areas.
The train crossed over to Attari carrying 190 passengers after thorough security clearance.
Bill approved unanimously by the lower house without any opposition from political parties.
SC ignores request for suspending the Aug 19 judgement of the Lahore HC for halting construction on the project.
Both Afghanistan and Bangladesh had made the assurance that their experts would attend the event.
For the Baig family, travel to India-held Kashmir (IHK) is no less than a pilgrimage.
India has decided to suspend the talks until “Pakistan-sponsored terror” in India ends.
A number of senators ask govt to convene a joint sitting of parliament to discuss Pakistan-India relations.
Nafees Zakaria responds to speech by Sushma Swaraj at UNGA, says India is involved in subversive activities in Pakistan.
OIC, UN Human Rights panel and other world bodies support Pakistan's stance on Kashmir, by rejecting India's allegations