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Anderson becomes 1st fast bowler to take 600 Test wickets; England draw with Pakistan

Anderson becomes 1st fast bowler to take 600 Test wickets; England draw with Pakistan

England paceman James Anderson cemented his place in cricket history by taking his 600th Test wicket as the rain-marred third and final Test against Pakistan at Southampton ended in a draw on Tuesday.

Pakistan-born scientist to head MIT School of Science

Pakistan-born scientist to head MIT School of Science

Pakistan born, astrophysicist Dr Nergis Mavalvala, has been named the new dean of Massachusetts Institute of Technology-MIT’s School of Science, from September.

Pakistan's FM meets Qatar's ambassador

Pakistan's FM meets Qatar's ambassador

HE the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi met Qatar's ambassador to Pakistan Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman al-Thani in Islamabad.

Qatar Airways increases services to Pakistan

Qatar Airways increases services to Pakistan

Qatar Airways has increased its services to Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar, it was announced Monday. The airline now operates 49 weekly flights to four gateways in Pakistan with its Boeing 787 and A350 aircraft.

Pakistan to relocate lonely elephant to Cambodia sanctuary

Pakistan to relocate lonely elephant to Cambodia sanctuary

A Pakistani court approved the relocation of a lonely and mistreated elephant to Cambodia on Saturday after the pachyderm became the subject of a high-profile rights campaign backed by music star Cher.

Qatar to become hub for fintechs eyeing India, Pakistan and Bangladesh: Al-Jaida

Qatar to become hub for fintechs eyeing India, Pakistan and Bangladesh: Al-Jaida

Qatar is ideally positioned to act as a commercial and operating hub for fintechs looking to tap into such key markets as India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, according to a top official of the Qatar Financial Center (QFC).

19 Sikh pilgrims killed in Pakistan when train collides with van

19 Sikh pilgrims killed in Pakistan when train collides with van

At least 19 pilgrims of Pakistan's minority Sikh community were killed when a train collided with a passenger van in eastern Pakistan on Friday, officials said.

Pakistan announces resumption of international flights

Pakistan announces resumption of international flights

Pakistan on Saturday resumed international flight operations in the country, after months of a suspension imposed to prevent further spread of the coronavirus

Unicef, Qatar Charity team up to bring relief to Pakistan's Punjab

Unicef, Qatar Charity team up to bring relief to Pakistan's Punjab

The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has picked Qatar Charity (QC) as a partner in implementing urgent relief interventions in the Punjab Province of Pakistan

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi contracts virus

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi contracts virus

Pakistan's well-loved former cricket captain Shahid Afrid said on Saturday he had tested positive for coronavirus, as the pandemic accelerates across the country.

India, Pakistan seek to lift some curbs to help millions hit by coronavirus lockdowns

India, Pakistan seek to lift some curbs to help millions hit by coronavirus lockdowns

India will allow industries located in the countryside to reopen next week, as well as resuming farm activities to reduce the pain for millions of people hit by a lengthy shutdown in its coronavirus battle

Pakistan extends coronavirus lockdown

Pakistan extends coronavirus lockdown

Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced a two-week extension to the nationwide shutdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, but said that some industries would reopen in phases.