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Nations Cup Hockey: Poor umpiring, average performance from Abu Bakar, goalkeeper led to Pakistan defeat against New Zealand

Nations Cup Hockey

DNA WARSAW: Extremely poor umpiring, both on field and video and lackluster performance from Pakistani vice captain Abu Bakar, Goalkeeper Abdullah mainly contributed towards Pakistani defeat against New Zealand in the Nations cup hockey semi final. Pakistan will now play against South Africa for the bronze medal. New Zealand scored early two goals thus putting pressure on Pakistan. The second goal as deliberately conceded by Abu Bakar whose poor clearance provided the NZ team to carry out a counter attack and score a goal. Pakistan got a number of penaltyRead More


Prince Rahim Aga Khan inaugurates new Software Technology Park

Prince Rahim Aga Khan inaugurates new Software Technology Park

NASIRABAD, JUN 8 /DNA/ – Through a partnership between the Special Communications Organization (SCO) and the Aga Khan Foundation, Pakistan (AKF, P), the new Software Technology Park in Nasirabad, Hunza will support the sustainable development of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) byprovidinguninterrupted power supply, high-speed internet, and a co-working space for small and growing start-ups, freelancers, and chambers of commerce. The NasirabadSoftware Technology Park will act as the central resource for a hub and spokes model linking other IT facilities in more remote areas of the region. This will enhance access to distanceRead More


KP CM Gandapur vows to ‘hang’ violators of Constitution

Ali Amin Gandapur

Toning up his rhetoric against the Centre, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s firebrand Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur pledged on Saturday to “hang” those who have violated the country’s Constitution. “[I] swear to God, you will not be able to live in Pakistan, let alone Islamabad,” he said while addressing a public gathering in Swat. “The constitution of Pakistan was violated. Those who break the constitution will be hanged,” the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-backed chief minister roared.


New York prepares for ‘high-voltage’ India-Pakistan cricket match

New York prepares for 'high-voltage' India-Pakistan cricket match

At the cultural crossroads of the world, New Yorkers will experience a thrilling first on Sunday, a World Cup cricket match hosted in a US city between Asian powerhouses: rivals India and Pakistan. “India-Pakistan is the game everyone would like to watch, and… it’s happening in our backyard,” said Ajith Shetty, president of two local cricket leagues. “I’m very, very thrilled,” the Indian native told AFP on Friday. However, roughly 10 miles (16 kilometres) from the pop-up stadium at Eisenhower Park on Long Island, fans interviewed in the bustling Little India neighbourhoodRead More


Mohsin Naqvi meets UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

Mohsin Naqvi

DNA New York: Jun 8: Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi visited the United Nations Headquarters today, where he was welcomed by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. The two leaders had an important meeting to discuss matters of mutual interest, including UN peacekeeping missions and joint efforts to combat terrorism. During the meeting it was agreed to increase the number of Pakistani personnel in UN peacekeeping missions. Due to the personal efforts of Federal Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi, significant progress has been made regarding the deployment of Pakistani police officers inRead More