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August 19, 2018 2:19 AM Property tycoon loses plea for using Bahria Town as brand name

RAWALPINDI: Property tycoon Malik Riaz may not use the brand name ‘Bahria Town’ for his real estate projects as the sessions court of Rawalpindi has rejected his appeal seeking the nomenclature. In March 2015, handing down a verdict in a case between the naval subsidiary Bahria Foundation and Mr Riaz, a civil judge accepted the former’s petition – originally

July 23, 2018 12:00 AM Fognini seals Sweden Open title

BASTAD, Sweden: Italian Fabio Fognini, ranked 15 in the world, beat Frenchman Richard Gasquet 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 in Sunday’s ATP Swedish Open final in Bastad. It was the seventh career title for Fognini and, like the previous six, came on clay.It was also his second title of the season after Sao Paulo and confirmed that at 31 he is playing his best tennis 8

July 20, 2018 12:00 AM Germany’s Stich, Czech Sukova to join Tennis Hall of Fame

NEW YORK: Former Wimbledon champion Michael Stich of Germany and 14-time Grand Slam doubles champion Helena Sukova of the Czech Republic will be inducted Saturday into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Stich, 49, and Sukova, 53, will be enshrined Saturday in ceremonies at the ATP Hall of Fame Classic in the sporting showplace at Newport, Rhode Island 3

July 20, 2018 12:00 AM Gor Mahia shed goal-shy image with four in CAF romp

JOHANNESBURG: Gor Mahia of Kenya shed a goal-shy record by trouncing Young Africans of Tanzania 4-0 Wednesday and boosting their hopes of reaching the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals. Ivorian Ephrem Guikan was the matchday 3 destroyer-in-chief, scoring late in each half, after Rwandan Jacques Tuyisenge had broken the deadlock in Nairobi.A Mwinyi 3

July 19, 2018 12:00 AM Marta Women FC officials congratulate France on WC win

KARACHI: Karachi’s Marta Women Football Club top management on Wednesday congratulated French president Emmanuel Macron on the title victory of France who regained the title after long 20 years when they beat Croatia 4-2 in the FIFA World Cup final in Moscow the other day. The club’s patron-in-chief Pirzada Ajmal Farooqui said that France, being the most accomplished 7

July 18, 2018 12:00 AM Rose set to excel at The Open

CARNOUSTIE, United Kingdom: Justin Rose says he can repel the host of young Americans who hold all the major golf titles and claim The Open crown this week despite a mediocre record. The 37-year-old Englishman — whose best finish in his home major remains his astonishing fourth in 1998 when still an amateur — is in fine fettle heading into Thursday’s 2

July 16, 2018 12:00 AM Tepora stops Ortega to win featherweight

KUALA LIMPUR: Jhack Tepora gave fellow Filipino Manny Pacquiao a boost before his showdown with Lucas Matthysse on Sunday by stopping Mexico’s Edivaldo Ortega to win the interim World Boxing Association featherweight title. Cebu’s Tepora, fighting on the undercard of the Pacquiao-Lucas Matthysse world title bill in Kuala Lumpur, unleashed a wicked short 2

July 16, 2018 12:00 AM Kim stretches lead at John Deere Classic

LOS ANGELES: Michael Kim celebrated his 25th birthday with a seven-under par 64 in the third round of John Deere Classic on Saturday, stretching his lead to five strokes over Bronson Burgoon. Kim shrugged off two weather delays, capping his round with four straight birdies to put himself in prime position to strike on Sunday for a first US PGA Tour title 3

July 16, 2018 12:00 AM Waseem goes down in IBF flyweight world title bout

KARACHI: Pakistan’s professional boxer Mohammad Waseem on Sunday went down against South Africa’s Moruti Mthalane in the International Boxing Federation (IBF) flyweight world title shot in Kuala Lumpur. The former IBF world champion Mthalane regained the belt as he prevailed over the former two-time WBC world silver flyweight champion Waseem through 2

July 15, 2018 3:28 PM France snatch World Cup glory from Croatia to win second title

France become new world champions after an epic final that has featured a series of firsts including an own goal and a penalty awarded after a video review. Les Bleus, as they are colloquially known, will lift their first World Cup trophy since 1998. France coach Didier Deschamps was thrown into the air in a celebration by his players after becoming 4