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Promoting soft image of Pakistan through film festival

(WebDesk) – Under the supervision of Pakistani Mission in United Nations, second annual film festival kicked off on July 7 in which eight Pakistani films were presented. The festival was held in Asian Center and the films incldued: 7 din muhabbat in, Parchi, Verna, Cake, and others. Pakistani representative in ...

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Talent knows no boundaries, no barriers: Flute artist

ISLAMABAD (APP):“Breaking all the traditional barriers and restrictions, I never imagined that the sound of my flute will echo in the biggest art platforms, state departments and diplomatic missions of Pakistan as well as abroad and give me immense recognition”. “All my relatives and friends who were habitual of criticizing ...

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Fakhar Zaman grabs top position in latest T20I ranking

Harare (Web Desk) – Pakistani Opener Fakhar Zaman vaults 44 places to second in latest player rankings of Twenty20 Internationals, issued by International Cricket Board (ICC). Australian opener Aaron Finch became the first player in the history of T20I to break the 900-point mark as he moved up three places ...

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France eye World Cup final but Belgium have Henry factor

SAINT PETERSBURG (AFP) – World Cup favourites France, targeting the final in Russia two decades after their 1998 triumph, said Monday one of their greatest players, Thierry Henry, would feel torn as he plotted their downfall from the dugout of opponents Belgium. The European neighbours meet in Tuesday s first ...

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Serena powers into Wimbledon quarters, last top 10 seed falls

LONDON (AFP) – Serena Williams underlined her status as the Wimbledon title favourite with a 62-minute demolition of Russian qualifier Evgeniya Rodina, while Karolina Pliskova became the last top 10 seed to crash out on Monday. Williams raced into her 13th Wimbledon quarter-final as the seven-time champion thrashed Rodina 6-2, ...

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Argentines come out to protest IMF on national holiday

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Argentines came out to protest on their national holiday Monday, July 9, in central Buenos Aires weeks after Argentine President Mauricio Macri welcomed news that the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) executive board approved a $50 billion financing deal for Argentina. The South American country announced it ...

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