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Despite rain holding sway, Hasan Ali happy to beat a West Indies side 'with such firepower'

Pakistan's focus now on the Tests, says the pacer, with the series being a key one for his side in the new World Test Championship cycle
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, West Indies, Hasan Ali


Osama bin Laden told his children 'I advise you not to work with Al Qaeda,' new book reveals

Al Qaeda leader and terrorist Osama bin Laden is seen in a video in 1998. CNN via Getty Images Osama bin Laden urged his children not to join Al Qaeda, according to a new book. One of bin Laden's sons, Hamza, became intricately involved with Al Qaeda and was eventually killed by the US. Bin Laden had five wives and 24 children. See more stories on Insider's business page. A new book offers an in-depth look at the life of Osama bin Laden, the infamous leader of Al Qaeda who orchestr...
Tags: Politics, Isis, News, Navy, Osama Bin Laden, Iraq, Brown University, US, America, Trends, Cnn, Afghanistan, West, Pakistan, New York Times, Al Qaeda


As Imran Khan waits for Joe Biden's phone call, Pakistan reminds US of options

Pakistan News: NEW DELHI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is still waiting for a phone call from US President Joe Biden.
Tags: US, Joe Biden, Pakistan, Imran Khan, New Delhi


Pakistan win series 1-0 after rain forces another washout in Guyana

Shaheen Shah Afridi was rested again by the visitors
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Guyana, Shaheen Shah Afridi


Rain threat looms in Guyana as unchanged Pakistan bowl first

Shaheen Shah Afridi was rested again by the visitors
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Guyana, Shaheen Shah Afridi


Lack of broadcast deal leaves Australia men's tour off screen after 27 years

The 1994 tour to Pakistan was the last time a full series was not available to viewers in Australia
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Pakistan


UAE Lifts Ban on Transit Flights Including From India and Pakistan

DUBAI (Reuters) -The United Arab Emirates will on Thursday lift a ban on transit flights including from India and Pakistan, the National Emergency...
Tags: India, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Uae, Reuters


Interview: Karleen Eberle, Owner and Designer of Raven Rova Women’s Motorcycle Gear

It was a hot July summer evening, and this chikita had just finished her beginner’s motorcycle course. I was stoked, sure…more importantly, I was desperately in need of good gear. I beelined for the nearest local moto dealership, on a mission to find something that fit better than the horror I had MacGyvered for the slaloms of the afternoon. Three hours later, I was in the snug retail section, combing the racks for anything in my size. Despite the plethora of textiles and leathers, nothing fit c...
Tags: New York, San Francisco, Features, Pakistan, Motorcycles, Vogue, Bmw, Dior, Falcon, Phoenix, Versace, Kawasaki, Oakland California, Mill Valley, City College, SBA


West Indies and Pakistan at the mercy of weather as stop-start T20I series reaches its finale

The hosts could be without their first-choice opening pair of Lendl Simmons and Evin Lewis
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, West Indies, Lendl Simmons


Pakistan reckons with its ‘gender terrorism epidemic’ after murder of Noor Mukadam

Victims’s family speak of their heartbreak as brutal killing sparks national debate on lack of progress to end violence against womenThe family of a 27-year-old woman who was allegedly tortured and beheaded by the son of a business tycoon have spoken of their devastation in a case that has pushed Pakistan to examine what has been called a “gender terrorism epidemic”.Zahir Zakir Jaffer was arrested on suspicion of the pre-meditated murder of Noor Mukadam, the youngest daughter of a former Pakista...
Tags: Women, World news, Domestic Violence, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Global development, Islamabad, Sexual Violence, Women's rights and gender equality, Noor Mukadam, Zahir Zakir Jaffer


Torrential rain wipes out third T20I, Pakistan lead series 1-0

Only six minutes of play possible after West Indies opt to bat
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, West Indies


Russell back as West Indies look to draw level

Pakistan decide to bring in Haris Rauf for the rested Shaheen Afridi
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, West Indies, Russell, Haris Rauf


Economical Hafeez, half-centurion Babar set up Pakistan win as Pooran onslaught in vain

Mohammad Rizwan made 46 before Mohammad Hafeez helped seal a seven-run victory with 4-1-6-1 against West Indies
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Mohammad Hafeez, Hafeez, Babar, Mohammad Rizwan


Fletcher, Shepherd in as West Indies opt to bowl; Maqsood replaces injured Khan

Andre Russell was left out for the second T20I against Pakistan in Guyana
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Khan, West Indies, Andre Russell, Maqsood, Fletcher Shepherd


Ba Humata Lecture Series: August 2021

The August 2021 Ba Humata Lecture Series will present The Spirit of Zarathushtra: Cooperation and Fellowship: Yenghe Hatam and related prayers On Sunday, August 1, 20218:00 AM Pacific | 11:00 AM Eastern | 7:00 PM UAE |7:30 PM Iran | 8:00 PM Pakistan | 8:30 PM India | 3:00 PM GMT This Eighth Webinar Features The Following Global Zarathushti Icons: Ervad Dr. Kersey Antia (USA)Ervad Ardavan Solan (Pakistan)Tanya Hoshi (Canada)Jehangir Sarosh OBE (United Kingdom) Moderated by Dr...
Tags: Usa, News, Life, India, Iran, Pakistan, Kersey Antia, Yenghe Hatam, Karishma Koka Founder Host And Moderator


PCB vs BCCI over Kashmir Premier League

The Pakistan board has expressed displeasure at reports that its Indian counterpart is trying to prevent players from joining the tournament
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, Bcci, PCB, Kashmir Premier League


Afghanistan selector steps down citing 'interruption' from 'non-cricketers' in the board

Asadullah Khan claims squad for ODI series against Pakistan was selected without his knowledge
Tags: Sport, Afghanistan, Cricket, Pakistan, Asadullah Khan


The Latest: Pakistan Locks Down Karachi Amid New Surge

Pakistani authorities have imposed a lockdown in the southern Sindh province amid an alarming increase in COVID-19 cases.
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Afghanistan chief selector steps down citing 'interruption' from 'non-cricketers' in the board

Asadullah Khan claims squad for ODI series against Pakistan was selected without his knowledge
Tags: Sport, Afghanistan, Cricket, Pakistan, Asadullah Khan


West Indies' power-hitting vs Pakistan's bowling as teams prepare for T20 World Cup

Hasan Ali and co. made the hosts dig deep in the washed-out first T20I
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, West Indies, Hasan Ali


Only 2 submarines have sunk warships in combat since World War II

Argentina Navy cruiser ARA Gen. Belgrano sinking on May 2, 1982. Rafael WOLLMANN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Submarines were very proficient ship-killers during World War II, sinking thousands of vessels. But in the more than 70 years since that war, only two subs have sunk warships in combat. See more stories on Insider's business page. Submarines were very proficient ship-killers in World War II.Nazi U-boats hit 3,474 Allied ships. Allied submarines in the Pacific sank 1,314 ships f...
Tags: Japan, Scotland, India, Trends, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Falkland Islands, Argentina, Pacific, US Navy, Submarine, South Atlantic, Arabian Sea, Blackwood, Bangladesh Pakistan, Falklands War


Grisly Murder of Diplomat's Daughter Sparks Outrage Over Femicides in Pakistan

By Umar FarooqISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A grisly murder in the heart of Islamabad involving families from the privileged elite of Pakistani society has...
Tags: Pakistan, Islamabad, Reuters, Umar


Marches in Minsk and Pegasus protests: human rights this fortnight – in pictures

A roundup of the coverage of the struggle for human rights and freedoms, from Haiti to Pakistan Continue reading...
Tags: Pakistan, Pegasus, Haiti, Minsk


Rights Groups Warn Assaults on Women on the Rise in Pakistan

The beheading of a young woman in an upscale neighborhood of Pakistan’s capital has shone a spotlight on the relentless violence against women in the country.
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How $300 million Carnival cruise ships are demolished in Turkey

Looking to cut costs as COVID-19 trashed the industry, cruise lines such as Carnival, Costa, and Pullmuntar sent ships to be demolished. At the Aliaga ship-breaking yards in Turkey, the ships are ripped apart and sold for parts. Ship-breaking is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. The job's only gotten harder with more and more cruise ships arriving on Aliaga's shores. See more stories on Insider's business page. Following is a transcript of the video.Narrator: For these $3...
Tags: Trends, Eu, European Union, Turkey, Pakistan, Italy, Greenpeace, Carnival, ILO, South Asia, US UK, Nicola, Pullmantur, Carnival Cruise Lines, Bangladesh India, Kamil


Coronavirus live news: Pakistan to ban air travel for unvaccinated; Israel ‘to offer Pfizer booster shot’

Pakistan to require all public sector staff to get jabbed in raft of draconian measures; Israel to give people a third shot as efficacy wanes, reports sayFrance criticises being left on England’s ‘amber plus’ listOnce a Covid success story, South Korea sweats through summer of Delta surgeFive Cuban generals dead in recent days – is the Covid spike to blame?UK Covid updates – liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 5.19pm BST Following on from our reports earlier, the Biden administration has an...
Tags: South Korea, England, Supreme Court, Congress, White House, India, Israel, World news, Joe Biden, Pakistan, Morocco, Delta, World Health Organization, Associated Press, Pfizer, Biden


More support for Southeast Asia’s COVID-19 response

In many parts of Southeast Asia and beyond, the impact of COVID-19 remains severe. More than 18 months after the virus first began spreading, high caseloads and new variants are putting pressure on health systems. It’s a difficult time for people across the region, and heartbreaking for those who’ve lost loved ones.  Vaccines offer a path to stability and recovery, and Google is working closely with governments, health authorities and nonprofits as inoculation programs roll out. But there’s also...
Tags: Google, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific, Pakistan, Vietnam, Unicef, Google.org, Asean, Gavi, Asia Foundation, Stephanie Davis, Vaccine Alliance, Google in Asia, COVID-19, COVID


Pakistan to Ban Public Sector, Education, Malls, Air Travel for Unvaccinated

By Asif ShahzadISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan will ban air travel for anyone without a COVID-19 vaccine certificate from Aug.1 and will require all...
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New support for Southeast Asia’s COVID-19 response

In many parts of Southeast Asia and beyond, the impact of COVID-19 remains severe. More than 18 months after the virus first began spreading, high caseloads and new variants are putting pressure on health systems. It’s a difficult time for people across the region, and heartbreaking for those who’ve lost loved ones.  Vaccines offer a path to stability and recovery, and Google is working closely with governments, health authorities and nonprofits as inoculation programs roll out. But there’s also...
Tags: Google, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific, Pakistan, Vietnam, Unicef, Google.org, Asean, Gavi, Asia Foundation, Stephanie Davis, Vaccine Alliance, Google in Asia, COVID-19, COVID


Katakana Parade of Nations.

A timely post by Joel at Far Outliers: I don’t remember how Japan ordered the Parade of Nations when it hosted the Olympics in 1964 (when I was in high school there), but this year the nations were ordered according to how their Japanese names sounded in katakana, the Japanese syllabary used to render foreign names. A full list of the nations in Japanese order can be found in the NPR report about the parade. Katakana order was used even when names contained kanji (Chinese characters). So Equator...
Tags: Japan, Germany, Uncategorized, Senegal, Pakistan, Guinea, Linguistics, Nba, Tokyo, Npr, Seychelles, Joel, Virgin Islands, NBI, NMA, Parade of Nations