Temperatures rise to a record 42˚C in Karachi

KARACHI:  One of the hottest days in May was recorded on Saturday when temperatures in the port city rose to 42˚ Celsius. This spell of hot weather is likely to continue for the next few days due to the suspension

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Heatwave warning issued

ISLAMABAD:  Medical experts on Saturday advised citizens, particularly those undertaking outdoor activities, to take heed of necessary measures to prevent heat and sun stroke under the expected very hot weather in the following days. According to experts, the public should

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KARACHI  :  Pakistan middle-order batsman Babar Azam has proffered information about how the team is preparing for the two-Test series against England, which commences from May 24. Azam, in an interview, revealed that Pakistan are paying special attention to improving

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Rajkumar Hirani confirms third ‘Munna Bhai’ film

Fans are excited for Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanjay Dutt biopic, Sanju that’s set to hit theatres on June 29. However, many still await his next Munna Bhai film, reported Hindustan Times.  Rajkumar Hirani to leave Munna Bhai franchise after part 3 Earlier installments of the film, Munna

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Pakistan to discuss India’s violation of Indus Water Treaty with WB president

Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry has stated Pakistan will discuss India’s violation of the Indus Water Treaty with the president of World Bank, Radio Pakistan reported. Speaking to media on Saturday, Chaudhry revealed a four-member delegation led by Attorney General

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Court asks Nawaz if he could defend his position

Rizwan Shehzad ISLAMABAD:  An accountability court has wondered why Avenfield Apartments reference had been filed against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and why prosecution witnesses deposed against him and if he could produce evidence in his defence.The court on Saturday

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Four-day spring festival kicks off in Chitral

The Kalasha Chilim Jusht Festival kicked off on Monday with the first ritual the “chirik pipi”, which is the milking distribution by shepherds to welcome the spring commencing in the Bumburet Kalash valley. To the indigenous people, the event is

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Pakistan’s Sikh community fights off Indian allegations on lack of crematoriums

By Asif Mehmood LAHORE:  Pakistan’s Sikh community, while thwarting an Indian intelligence agency’s conspiracy against Pakistan, rejected accusations that Sikhs are forced to bury their loved ones due to non-availability of crematoriums in the country. Head of Delhi Gurdwara Committee Manjeet

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First female muharrar appointed in K-P

PESHAWAR: The Kohat Police appointed the first lady Muharrar of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) in a bid to introduce gender parity into the department. District Police Chief Abbas Majeed Marwat told The  Media that Zobia Musarrat was appointed purely on merit. “Officers who

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Peshawar rapid transit: PTI’s crown jewel in limbo as chairman quits

PESHAWAR : TransPeshawar – the Urban Mobility Company – that is to run the Bus Rapid Transit in Peshawar, on Saturday witnessed another crisis as Project Chairman Javed Iqbal tendered resignation, reported Dunya News. The much-delayed project—being considered as crown

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