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PM Shahbaz Sharif

Defamation or libel suit is a double edge sword

If Sharif and his son-in-law Imran Ali Yousaf’s statement are not deemed to comply with the law, they will have to pay the defendant £30,000 as litigation costs incurred during the case. Pakistan prime minister Shehbaz Sharif is a plaintiff who won on preliminary point in Feb 21 as I read it. If he is...

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Ben Stokes rises to the occasion again as England seals status as undisputed white-ball champions

Ben Stokes rises to the occasion again as England seals status as undisputed white-ball champions

Ben Stokes rises to the occasion again as England seals status as undisputed white-ball champions By Chris De Silva Ben Stokes has led England to another World Cup victory with a match-winning half-century in a tense final against Pakistan. After winning the toss and sending Pakistan in, England’s bowling attack applied a vice grip to Pakistan’s line-up in the...

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Sylvester Stallone lifts lid on Paramount+ TV drama Tulsa King

Sylvester Stallone lifts lid on Paramount+ TV drama Tulsa King

Hollywood action hero Sylvester Stallone has lifted the lid on his new TV drama Tulsa King, how it left him feeling insecure, and the bizarre wardrobe situation he faced.   By Kerry Parnell Slyvester Stallone as Dwight Manfredi in the Paramount+ original series Tulsa King. Picture: Brian Douglas/Paramount+   It’s Sylvester Stallone – but not...

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Why Pakistan is to beg to feed

Why Pakistan is to beg to feed

Industrial waste flowing into water streams is damaging crop yield, rendering it cancerous By A.A.H. Soomro Pakistan’s population growth and economic wellbeing are intertwined. On the one hand, we project population dividend as a massive target market. On the contrary, economic boom and bust cycle is wreaking havoc on prospects for future generation. Both parameters...

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Football

Full Qatar 2022 World Cup schedule

Prepare for a marathon of football — and some seriously unhealthy sleeping patterns — when the 2022 World Cup begins on November 21. The Qatari timezone (Arabia Standard Time — AST) isn’t exactly kind to Australian viewers, although it could be worse when it comes to Socceroos matches. Australia’s opener vs France will be held...

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Iran nuclear program

An Iranian ballistic missile in on Ukraine’s horizon

Ukraine has little defesse against Russia’s Iranian ballistic missiles which could pummel the country’s energy infrastructure as winter hits. By Tyler Rogoway NASAMS is a very capable medium-range air defense system, but it will not be able to robustly defend against Russian attacks using Iranian ballistic missiles. (Raytheon/Kongsberg Defense)   It has become abundantly clear...

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US-AUS

US warns Australia against joining treaty banning nuclear weapons

US embassy in Canberra says treaty ‘would not allow for US extended deterrence relationships’ By Daniel Hurst Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese and defence minister Richard Marles, who said Australia must ‘make sure that we are able to be good nuclear stewards from cradle to grave’. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP The US has warned Australia against joining...

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cricket world cup

Ben Stokes’ straightforward reply to reporter’s ‘Everyone is expecting an India vs Pakistan final’ question

Ahead of England’s T20 World Cup 2022, Ben Stokes commented on the prospect of the final being between India and Pakistan. Virat Kohli and Arshdeep Singh celebrate a wicket during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 match against Bangladesh, at Adelaide Oval, in Adelaide.(ANI) With India facing England in the semifinals of the ongoing...

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Sepp Blatter

World Cup 2022: Awarding Qatar the tournament was a mistake, says former Fifa president Sepp Blatter

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter says the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was a “mistake”. Sepp Blatter, 86, was president of world football’s governing body when Qatar was awarded the tournament in 2010. The Gulf state has been criticised for its stance on same-sex relationships, human rights record and treatment of...