"The owners are Hindus; only the name is Karachi Bakery. To satisfy the mob, we put up the Indian flag," says manager.
The Gladiators' unbeaten record rests on captain Sarfaraz Ahmed's shoulders.
Lahore Qalandars pacer's gesture following the dismissal of Multan's Dan Christian earns him a reprimand.
Assailants in Pune told the journalist they would send him back to Kashmir.
"Midnight knock and arrest is alive and dangerously well in the Indian arsenal of brute repression," says Sherry Rehman.
Zalmi were unable to obtain the score despite an excellent effort by Kieron Pollard, who scored 51 off 22 balls.
"He will never think about risking his career and would be the last person to think in that direction again."
In lengthy statement, FATF says Pakistan must continue to work on its plan, move rapidly to meet May 2019 deadline.
The tide of the match was turned with the partnership of De Villiers and Wiese.
Military spokesperson also reveals two army officials held for espionage, to face court martial.
The 17-year-old was burned alive in a van allegedly on a jirga's orders for helping her friend marry of her own will.
"We will divert water from eastern rivers and supply it to our people in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab," tweets minister.
Imam-ul-Haq led the scoreboard for Peshawar with 56 runs.
As per media reports, Shakir was born to Pakistani immigrants.
Shah questions why a NAB team felt the need to raid Durrani's house after his arrest.
Following a similar move by CCI, Indian cricket board removes pictures and memorabilia of Pakistani cricketers.
Fawad Chaudhry says "all such rumours regarding change in this regard are baseless".
Durrani faces inquiries into holding assets beyond income and embezzlement of public funds, says NAB.
Seeing conflict between two countries friendly to Saudi Arabia 'pains us': minister on Indo-Pak ties
Saudi foreign minister calls for talks to resolve Pak-India issues "in a way that protects the lives of the innocent".
The immigration facility is now being extended to Lahore and Islamabad, after Karachi, says Noorul Haq Qadri.