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July 19, 2018 12:00 AM Thought-Provoking session held at Indus University

KARACHI: The Quality Enhancement Cell of Indus University organized a thought-provoking session on “Significance of Feedback of the stakeholders focusing on Employers and Alumni” in the Video Conference Room held. The session was conducted by Dr. Muhammad Abdul Wahid Usmani, Consultant Quality Assurance, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Wahid

July 19, 2018 12:00 AM Jang Economic Session: Rupee devaluation to bring new wave of inflation, say experts

LAHORE: Devaluation of rupee against the US dollar will affect all segments of society, PML-N, PTI and PPP experts should evolve a mechanism to handle the issue and Senate Standing Committee on finance can play an effective role in this regard. These views were expressed by the experts at Jang Economic Session on ‘impact of devaluation of rupee against

July 18, 2018 8:53 AM Pakistan backs UN response to Indian allegations against Kashmir report

The first-ever UN report on alleged rights violations committed by both India and Pakistan in Kashmir released last month focuses mainly on India-held Kashmir (IHK), and accuses Indian troops of being responsible for an estimated 145 unlawful killings, far surpassing the 20 people estimated to have been killed by militant groups during that period. It also speaks

July 18, 2018 12:00 AM Malaysian king calls for unity amid racial tensions

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s king has appealed for calm amid growing racial tensions in the Muslim-majority country after an electoral earthquake in May toppled the Malay-dominated coalition that had ruled the country for decades. In his inaugural address to lawmakers during the new parliament session, King Sultan Muhammad V urged "every citizen to preserve

July 17, 2018 12:00 AM Malaysia sets sights on CPEC

KARACHI: Malaysia sees China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as a big opportunity for South Asia region, especially for Pakistan and can partner with Pakistan in potential projects in various sectors, if invited, an envoy said on Monday. “… Malaysia wants to increase bilateral trade with Pakistan, which was currently standing at around $1.34 billion and was in favour

July 15, 2018 12:00 AM Waseem faces Mthalane in tough fight today

KARACHI: Pakistan’s professional boxer Mohammad Waseem will on Sunday (today) fight the toughest battle of his pro career when he faces the highly experienced and former International Boxing Federation (IBF) world champion Moruti Mthalane of South Africa in the IBF flyweight world title shot in Kuala Lumpur. By the time this story will be read by the readers 1

July 14, 2018 12:00 AM Brathwaite, Hetmyer put WI in command

KINGSTON: Kraigg Brathwaite’s second consecutive century helped West Indies establish early dominance on the opening day’s play here in Kingston. West Indies went to stumps comfortably-placed at 295 for 4, having accumulated runs at 4.85 per over in the post-tea session: a significant jump from 2.25 and 2.83 in the first two sessions respectively. Brathwaite 4

July 14, 2018 12:00 AM Spinners put Sri Lanka on top in 1st Test

GALLE: Spinners led by Dilruwan Perera put hosts Sri Lanka in firm command of the first Test on Friday after South Africa were bowled out for 126 — their lowest Test innings in the country. First innings centurion Dimuth Karunaratne then made a fluent 60 as the hosts ended day two on 111 for four, leading by 272 runs at the Galle International Stadium 4

July 14, 2018 12:00 AM Head-scarved Malaysian girl wows with soccer skills

KLANG, Malaysia: The slick freestyle football moves of a Malaysian Muslim girl have boosted her into the spotlight in a country where the sport is dominated by men. Sporting a headscarf, Qhouirunnisa’ Endang Wahyudi executed deft moves, juggling the ball before balancing it on her soles and later on her forehead.“The headscarf is not an obstacle,” the 18-year-old 4

July 12, 2018 12:00 AM Mashrafe likely to miss one-day series against WI

KINGSTON, Jamaica: Bangaldesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza is unlikely to travel to the West Indies for the one-day series that begins on July 22 due to his wife’s illness. However, Bangladesh’s selectors will wait until Friday (tomorrow) to name his replacement.“Mashrafe’s involvement in the ODI series is in doubt,” chief selector Minhajul Abedin told ESPNcricinfo 3