Monday, July 19th, 2021
Former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) champion John Cena has made a surprise return to the stage after 15 months. He appeared in the Money In The Bank pay-per-view after Roman Reigns defended his WWE Universal Championship against Edge. The 16-time world champion stood toe-to-toe with the former Shield member. The Cenation leader received a thunderous ovation by the fans. In the other fights of the event, Nikki Cross and Big E. Langston won their ladder matches. The Uso won the SmackDown Tag Team Championship after beating father-son team of Rey and DominikRead More
LEEDS – An all-round performance helped England in thrashing Pakistan by 45 runs in the second T20I of the three-match series in Leeds on Friday. After being asked to bat first, the home team posted a competitive total of 200 on the board, courtesy of a half-century by stand-in captain Jos Buttler, who finished the innings with the top score of 59 off 39 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixes. He was well-supported by Liam Livingstone (38 off 23) and Moeen Ali (36 off 16). For Pakistan,Read More
‘Pakistan being targeted through hybrid warfare,’ NSA Yusuf says in briefing on Afghan ‘abduction’ incident
ISLAMABAD- National Security Adviser Dr Moeed Yusuf said on Monday that Pakistan was currently a target of “hybrid warfare” and an entire network of information warfare was being used against the country. He made the remarks during a press briefing on the alleged abduction and release of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter in Islamabad last week. Yusuf recalled that the EU DisinfoLab had exposed an India-based network of fake websites and media outlets doing propaganda against Pakistan. He said fake accounts and bots were being used to create a “narrative” against Pakistan, includingRead More
Britain’s Brexit minister said on Monday that all options were on the table in talks with the European Union including the invocation of Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
DOHA: Delegations from Afghan government and Taliban have agreed to meet again and to expedite peace negotiations after two days of inconclusive talks in Doha. In a joint statement, both sides committed to continue negotiations at a high level until a settlement is reached”. Ahead of second day of talks, Taliban’s Supreme Leader Haibatullah Akhundzada said they strenuously favour a political settlement despite their victories on the ground. Qatari facilitator of the talks Mutlaq al-Qahtani said the two sides have agreed to work to prevent civilian casualties.
In South Africa, former president Jacob Zuma appeared in court today by video link to seek a further delay in his arms deal corruption trial. Earlier this month, Zuma’s jailing triggered some of the worst unrest of the post-apartheid era in the country.