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  1. Pakistan take on Zimbabwe in 2nd T20 at GSL todayRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Daily Times

    LAHORE: Hosts Pakistan will take on visiting Zimbabwe in the second and final Twenty20 international at Gaddafi Stadium here on Sunday . Pakistan won the first contest on Friday evening by five wickets with skipper Shahid Afridi scoring the winning runs.


  2. Police pull up socks for country's prestigeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Nation

    Police have intensified security sweep all across the provincial metropolis ahead of second T20 match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe teams to be played in the Qaddafi stadium on Sunday . Lahore Capital City Police Officer Muhammad Amin Wains took a round of the city on Saturday and reviewed the security arrangements for the visiting team.


  3. A road well-traveledRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Cyprus Weekly

    Goethe Institut New director Christiane Kramer-Hus-Hus feels she is closing a circle in life with her recent appointment to Cyprus. "I started to work for Goethe in 1981-1982 as a teacher in the institute in Salonica; I was there for a year.


  4. Pak-Swiss Friendship Exhibition: ' Swiss cow model to be centre of attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Times

    KARACHI: A pair of life-size model of Swiss cow, painted by the team of Phool Patti in traditional Pakistan truck-art, would be put on display during the upcoming 'Pakistan-Switzerland Friendship Exhibition" that would kick The Swiss Consulate General is organising this unique event in collaboration with the Swiss Business Council as co-organiser, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority as venue partner and Badar Expo Solutions as event manager. Addressing the press conference at Swiss Consulate General, Switzerland Consul General Emil Wyss announced the cow-model would be used as a guest book, which at the end of this three months activity would be auctioned for charity.


  5. India too scared to issue passport to Geelani? : May 23, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Times

    MUZAFFARABAD: The issue of passport for pro-Pakistan Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Geelani has created a stir in Azad Jammu and Kashmir . The issue had earlier kicked off a controversy in Indian-held Kashmir between the People's Democratic Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party .


  6. Pakistan President Ends Central Asia Energy TourRead the original story

    Friday | EurasiaNet

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif rounded off an energy-themed jaunt across Central Asia on May 22 in Bishkek, where he spoke about electricity exports to his energy-starved nation two days after visiting Turkmenistan to discuss a troubled gas-pipeline project. The trip demonstrated Pakistan's limited leverage in its dealings with Central Asia and, publicly at least, did not produce much of substance.


  7. MERS-CoV threat rising following new reported cases in South Korea: CDCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The China Post

    Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control warned on Friday of the growing threat from MERS-CoV in the country after neighboring South Korea reported its first three such cases earlier this week. Patient zero, a 68-year-old male who visited Bahrain to discuss an agricultural project between April 18 and May 3, returned to South Korea on May 4 and developed MERS-CoV symptoms seven days later, the CDC said, citing South Korean officials.


  8. Pakistan denies visa to 150 Sikh pilgrimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | DNA India

    The Pakistan High Commission has rejected the visa of 150 Sikh pilgrims visiting Pakistan to commemorate the martyrdom day of 5th Sikh Guru Arjan Dev. The Pakistan High Commission has rejected the visa of 150 Sikh pilgrims visiting Pakistan to commemorate the martyrdom day of 5th Sikh Guru Arjan Dev.


  9. Former healthcare CEO tells future business leaders to 'take a chance ...Read the original story

    Friday | University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

    Former healthcare CEO tells future business leaders to "take a chance on people, just like UMass Dartmouth took a chance on you" Today UMass Dartmouth held its Commencement Ceremony for the Charlton College of Business at the University's Vietnam Veterans Peace Memorial Amphitheater. The Charlton College of Business Class of 2015 is made up of 542 students .


  10. Why aren t we taking out thoseflag waving ISIS trucks?Read the original story

    Friday |

    We know where President ObamaA s priorities are. He sees global warming or climate change as the threat of our times.


  11. Rick Steves' EuropeRead the original story

    Friday | KISU-TV Pocatello

    RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture.


  12. ZoroastriansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TrekEarth

    I do not purport to know much about Zoroastrians and therefore I include the information below for your perusal. It is a fascinating religion, no less so for the ways some aspects of it have been part of the Iranian way of life even after the Islamic Revolution.I shall follow this image with a few more pictures and information about the Prophet Zoroastra and Farvahar, the winged figure you see above the temple's entrance.


  13. Market MoverFIXING the Economy Via Social Security ReformRead the original story

    Thursday | American Reporter

    Nearly every army over the past 2,500 years - with the exception of Alexander the Great - has been defeated in Afghanistan. That's why Americans ought to be nervous about the chances of success for the Obama Administration's strategy for Afghanistan unveiled last week.


  14. PAK vs ZIM 2015: Tickets selling out fastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 |

    Karachi: Starved of international cricket for more than five years, Pakistani fans are all excited about the upcoming home series against Zimbabwe which has ensured a brisk sale of tickets for the limited-overs matches. READ: PCB announces its own panel of match officials for Zimbabwe series "The response for the tickets has been good so far and it appears Pakistani cricket lovers want to show their support for the first visit by a test team to Pakistan since 2009," PCB's Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmad said.


  15. Geelani passport plea junkedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, May 21: The Centre said this evening that it had turned down Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani's application for a passport to travel to Jeddah to see his ailing daughter, explaining that it was "incomplete" and could not be processed. Geelani's application has divided the central government and the administration in Jammu and Kashmir, led by BJP ally PDP which has said it backs the separatist leader's request for a passport.


  16. Bad Time In IraqRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | The Impudent Observer

    Day after day, month after month, the same old story emerges from Iraq. The so-called, "Iraq army" sits tight in its defensive position awaiting an attack from ISIS forces.


  17. Great Patriotic War's 70th Victory day to be celebrated todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Nation

    Islamabad: The association of Pakistan graduate from Russia and CIS in collaboration with Embassy of Russian Federation and office of honorary consul of Russian Federation Lahore Pakistan are jointly organizing a celebration of 70th Victory day anniversary of Great Patriotic War 1941-45 at PNCA, F-5/1 auditorium Islamabad today. Contribution and sacrifices of soviet people in great patriotic war, impacts of Great Patriotic War 1941-45 within the World War II and contribution and sacrifices of the British India are on the agenda of the program.


  18. Iran builds Mideast's highest swing bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Payvand News of Iran

    Iran has unveiled the Middle East's highest suspension bridge in the lap of nature in the northwestern Ardabil province, known for its magnificent pastures, hot mineral springs and towering mountains. The bridge over the river of Khiyav Chai in Meshginshhar is 345 meters long, suspended 80 meters above the ground.


  19. Saare Jahaan Se Achchhe din for Didi, thanks to DelhiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, May 20: The Narendra Modi government has green-signalled Mamata Banerjee's plans to bring to India family members of poet Muhammad Iqbal, who penned one of India's favourite patriotic songs and championed Pakistan's creation. The foreign office and the home ministry have approved the chief minister's request to host Waleed Iqbal, the grandson of Pakistan's poet laureate who in undivided India had composed the song Saare Jahaan Se Achchha .


  20. Foreign Correspondence: Find adventures from the Black Sea to SiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Miami Herald

    Seattle native Doug Grimes, 54, founded MIR in 1987. The tour and travel services company operates in 35 countries in the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and Iran.