By Caroline Jaine
My love affair with cricket began in Sri Lanka, which was my home over a decade ago. In 2002, the island welcomed the world’s greatest talents in the game for the mini world cup, better known as the now defunct ICC Champions Trophy. We enjoyed the company of some . . . → Read More: Why has Pakistan been labeled too dangerous?
Religion dominates airwaves all year round in Pakistan. If it is not programs of religious variety offering religious advice on food, matrimony and Halal banking, then someone would be offering Istekhara services to those who seek divine guidance. . . . → Read More: Hobo time: Ramzan time
This charming, droopy city needed new fire trucks not long ago, but, like many American municipalities today, couldn’t necessarily afford them. The mayor, a small-government Republican, dithered: to buy or not to buy? He turned to the natural choice for advice on running a Texan city: Pervez Musharraf, the exiled ex-president of Pakistan.
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Anam Banday has taken her Olympics heartbreak in her stride, preparing herself for the next edition already and looking forward to putting in 30 hours of pool time and 10 hours of gym every week.
Anam, a wild-card entrant, failed to progress past her 400m IM heat on Saturday, ending last among 35 starters but . . . → Read More: Pakistani swimmer Banday already preparing for Rio 2016
As many as 21 more new dengue fever cases in a week were reported in the City on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 126 since January 2012.
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