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Couple from France reaches Lahore to celebrate Pakistan’s 71st independence day

Lahore: Having departed from France 3 years ago, a couple from France reached Lahore just ahead of 14th August. The couple who has been travelling for three and a half years has turned their car into a portable house which carries all their everyday essentials. While speaking to ARY News, the couple said, "We started our journey in January 2015. Now we are in Pakistan. This month for celebrating, the 71st Independence day of Pakistan which will take place here on 14th of August so we are happy to be here for this…

New Zealand says ‘no’ to Pakistan tour

WELLINGTON: New Zealand Cricket has turned down a request to resume tours of Pakistan following a 15-year hiatus, citing ongoing security concerns.  The Blackcaps head to the United Arab Emirates in October to play a series of Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches against Pakistan, and Pakistan had asked if they could host at least the T20s on home soil. But NZC chairman Greg Barclay said "we just decided circumstances weren't right for us to tour at the moment". "At the end of the day it came down to…

Zimbabwean men’s rugby team slept on the streets on tour

The Zimbabwean men’s rugby team arrived on July 2 in Béja, Tunisia, ahead of a Saturday match against the Tunisian national team as part of elimination rounds for the 2019 World Cup. But they ended up spending the night sleeping on the pavement. Since the morning of Tuesday, July 3, social media in Zimbabwe has been full of photos and videos showing players for the national rugby union team sleeping on the streets, their heads on their suitcases. This situation occurred just five days before the Zimbabwean team was set…

PTI announces schedule of Imran Khan’s election campaign

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Sunday announced the complete schedule of chairman Imran Khan's whirlwind election campaign tours across the country. Imran Khan started the campaign in Mianwali last week, and addressed the general worker's convention in Islamabad on Saturday. After the election campaign in Bannu on Sunday, the PTI chairman will address a political gathering on Monday July 2 in Sargodha. Imran will visit Karachi from July 3-4 where he is also contesting election from NA-243 constituency. On…

Matloob looking forward to a tough England tour

By Muzammil Asif KARACHI: Pakistan disabled cricket player, Matloob Qureshi is highly optimistic ahead of the T-20 Tri-Nation series for disabled, penciled in from July 8 in England. Talking to ARY News on first day of the three-day training camp ahead of the crucial England tour, Matloob said their team was topped up with quality and competitive players who could bring top-notch results for Pakistan disabled team. “It is going to be a tough contest all along, but the team is well gelled to face it,” he said. The…

Zayn Malik set to tour in India coming August

LOS ANGELES: British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik reportedly is all set to tour in India coming August for a  multi-city tour. "He will kick-start the tour from Mumbai on August 3 and then head to cities like Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Delhi. We are planning to organize his concert in Nepal too," said  Vishal Pandey, Chief Operating Officer, JPR Events. Zayn found fame on the 2010 series of "The X Factor". After delivering hits like "What makes you beautiful", "Little things" and "Live while we're young" as part of One…

This youngster from Balochistan visited 132 cities on his CD-70 to promote the message of peace.

Balochistan: Abdullah Al Noor, a youngster from Balochistan covered a distance of 8,000 plus kms on his CD 70 to promote the message of a peaceful Pakistan and a peace-loving Balochistan.  After having visited 132 cities of Pakistan, Abdullah is of the view that Pakistanis at core are united and peaceful, “I have understood one thing that if you practically start looking at things I never felt that I am in Sindh, nowhere did I feel I am in Punjab, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan. The corner which starts from Quetta till…

Iran foreign minister sets off on tour to save nuclear deal

DUBAI: Iran’s foreign minister embarks on a tour of world powers on Saturday, state media reported, in what is seen as a last-ditch effort to save Tehran’s nuclear deal after Washington’s withdrawal from the accord. President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the deal on Tuesday, raising the risk of conflict in the Middle East, upsetting European allies and casting uncertainty over global oil supplies. Iran said it would remain committed to the deal without Washington if Tehran achieved its goals - namely…