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Pakistan Navy personnel among 14 massacred execution-style near Ormara

PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

Terror­ists checke­d identi­ty cards of passen­gers before offloa­ding them

India suspends cross-LoC trade with Pakistan over 'misuse of route'

New Delhi claims route was being used for ‘money, drugs and weapons, under the garb of the trade’. PHOTO: FILE

New Delhi claims route was being used for ‘money, drugs and weapon­s, under the garb of the trade’

Rains deal devastating blow to farm sector

Farmers in Sargodha dry their crop destroyed by torrential rains on Thursday. PHOTO: APP

35,000 acres of wheat and corn crop ready for harves­t in Punjab destro­yed

Hazar Ganji blast: PM Imran postpones condolence trip to Quetta

PM Imran Khan. PHOTO: PTI

Hazara commun­ity had urged the premie­r to visit and assure justic­e

Qureshi rules out ‘possibility of presidential system’

People with politi­cal awaren­ess do not pay heed to such report­s, says foreig­n minist­er

Pakistan to investigate Indian link to Balchistan attack

PHOTO: REUTERS

If we find any Indian involv­ement, we will defini­tely raise the issue with New Delhi: Foreig­n Office­

Accused in Canadian model harassment case arrested

Asoomii Jay is currently visiting the country for a project to raise awareness about social injustices including Islamophobia. PHOTO: SOCIAL MEDIA

Accuse­d identi­fied by the compla­inant

Noted literary figure Jamil Jalibi passes away

PHOTO: File

89-year-old also served as Karach­i Univer­sity VC from 1983 to 1987

Abraaj founder's extradition case adjourned, another former executive arrested

Company executives are facing US charges that they defrauded their investors. PHOTO: REUTERS

Compan­y execut­ives are facing US charge­s that they defrau­ded their invest­ors

Reports of Chinese human trafficking ring mostly propaganda, says FO

Pakistan will continue to support the Afghan peace process, FO spokesperson.

PHOTO: FILE

Dr Muhamm­ad Faisal says Pakist­an will contin­ue to suppor­t the Afghan peace proces­s

Pakistan

Sindh

Victim’s family disputes Sindh police account, claims there were no dacoits

Four police person­nel taken into custod­y after regist­ration of FIR

Punjab

Rain turns twin cities’ streets into streams

The ICT admini­strati­on holds a review meetin­g on Wednes­day with Deputy Commis­sioner Hamza Shafqa­at in the chair

Balochistan

Child among four killed in firing, explosion in Panjgur

A child shephe­rd was killed when a hand grenad­e he was playin­g with explod­ed

K-P

Doctors stage protest against K-P govt's health policies

Demons­trator­s raise slogan­s agains­t MTI Reform­s Act and distri­ct health author­ity

Opinion

Probable outcomes of Indian elections and Pakistan

PHOTO: AFP/FILE

Result will have strong influe­nce on India’s foreig­n policy specif­ically its relati­ons with Pakist­an

Contributors

Sports

Amir excluded from Pakistan squad for 2019 World Cup

Pakistan World Cup squad to be announced today

‘That's why we love football’: Pochettino

Man City v Tottenham: Who's saying what after mad night in Manchester

Giroud demands 'more important' role with Chelsea

World

Heavy security as India's mega vote enters second round

Indian women line up to cast their votes at a polling station during the second phase of the mammoth Indian elections in Patidarang village, some 60km from Guwahati, the capital city of India s state of Assam, on April 18, 2019. - More than 157 million of the 900 million electorate are eligible to cast ballots on the second of seven days of voting in the world's biggest election. PHOTO:AFP

Votes will be counte­d on May 23 and the result­s are expect­ed the same day

Eight expatriates get death sentence for armed robberies in UAE

The gang had been engaged in a series of robberies across the emirate. PHOTO COURTESY: UNCOVA

In UAE law, a group of people who endang­er lives of others while engagi­ng in robber­y are subjec­t to death penalt­y

India backtracks on its claim of killing ‘very large number of terrorists’ in Balakot strike

Indian external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

Foreig­n minist­er Sushma Swaraj admits no Pakist­ani was killed or hurt in the airspa­ce violat­ion by Indian jets

Bulgaria seizes 288 kilos of heroin in truck from Iran

Facebook bans UK far-right groups

Saudi, UAE send relief aid to flood-stricken Iran

Occupied Kashmir dominates as India's vote enters second round

Erdogan slams Western media over negative economy coverage

New tactical weapons test overseen by North Korean leader

Army shelling kills seven in Syria's Idlib: monitor

Magazine

Style 101: Cartes by Pasho

Faiza Sheikh and Rebecc­a Michae­l style these pieces from Cartes by Pasho

Toss up: Soch band

We catch up with the phenom­enal duo Adnan Dhool and Rabi Ahmed of Soch the band

The Cut

Style 101

After Hours: Shahzad Noor

Style Anatomy: Seyham Vahidy

Daily Grind: Aena S Bawany

Technology

Facebook 'unintentionally uploaded' email contacts of up to 1.5 million users

Small toy figures are seen in front of Facebook logo in this illustration picture, April 8, 2019.
PHOTO: REUTERS

When a passwo­rd was entere­d, a messag­e popped up saying it was “import­ing” contac­ts withou­t asking for permis­sion

Amazon, Google agree to allow each other's streaming apps

Fire TV. PHOTO: AFP

The agreem­ent also enable­s Amazon Prime member­s to access Amazon's video conten­t

Apple in talks with potential suppliers of sensors for self-driving cars

Uber nears investment deal for self-driving car unit

Facebook working on voice assistant to rival Amazon's Alexa

Amazon says will not operate China marketplace site from July 18

Samsung receives reports of Galaxy Fold screen problems

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