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PML-N workers join ANP at Momenzo in Bajaur Agency:
KHAR: Several activists of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) joined the Awami National Party (ANP) at Momenzo area in Bajaur Agency on Saturday (

Imran declares Khattak best CM due to his performance in KP:
PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday appreciated the performance of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and declared him the best chief minister of Pakistan (

Zardari delays return till Panama case decision:
Karachi:- Former president Asif Ali Zardari in consultation with senior leaders of PPP has decided to delay his return to Pakistan till the decision of Panama leaks case Zardari consulted several PPP senior members and his close aides and he was advised to postpone his return and wait for the decision of Panama Papers case currently being heard by Supreme Court of Pakistan (

Imran says he’s competing with Nawaz: PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan Saturday said his competition in politics is with Nawaz Sharif (

Khattak number one chief minister: Imran:
PESHAWAR – Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan Saturday said that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government was planning to set up playgrounds at union council level aimed to promote sports culture in the province (
Law & order:

Policewoman’ found dead in Silver Oaks Apartments:
ISLAMABAD: The body of a woman has been found in a room on 4th floor of residential apartment Silver Oaks within the jurisdiction of Shalimar Police (

Man killed in road mishap:
RAWALPINDI: A man was killed on road when a motorcyclist hit him while crossing the road within Kahuta police jurisdiction (

PSX sets record by crossing 50k for the first time in past week:
KARACHI: The KSE-100 index continued its impressive momentum during the past week as well. The outgoing week also saw the benchmark index cross the psychological 50,000 barrier for the first time, reaching a record close of 50,192 points (

‘Garma Garam!’:
There was a carefree time, when as a young man, who had just taken up a career, I used to catch the morning PIA flight from Multan to Lahore on Sundays and having spent a few hours in the city of my birth return by the night train to be on duty Monday morning. This return trip was nothing short of a culinary adventure during the cold months.(

The dangers of Amir Liaquat:
There is a tendency to treat the purveyors of bombastic outrage with patronising contempt; only an utter fool, the argument goes, would actually believe that a massive wall could end illegal immigration from Mexico to the United States, or that the recent US elections were characterised by widespread voter fraud. Therefore, when Donald Trump says these things, the anger that erupts over his comments if often tempered by the notion that his rhetoric is that of the ignorant and the uninformed, unlikely to survive or gain traction once exposed to the light of logic and reason (

Nawaz Sharif; challenges and adventures:
People, who were apprehensive of some unconstitutional/undemocratic change, breathed a sigh of relief on November 29 last, when Raheel Sharif retired without actually derailing the system. It reduced the political pressure which the ruling PML-N was reeling under throughout the three-year tenure of the outgoing general (

Sprint superstar Bolt turns in medal, will help fund Carter appeal:
MIAMI: Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt returned his 2008 Beijing Olympic 4x100m relay gold medal Friday and would help finance an appeal to Nesta Carter’s doping punishment, the Jamaica Gleaner reported. Bolt told the newspaper that while he is not pleased at having to surrender the medal, he will not allow the situation to distract from his focus in this planned farewell season and says it will not impact his athletics legacy. “It’s rough that I have to give back one of my medals and I already gave it back because it was of course required by the IOC,” Bolt told The Gleaner. “I’m not happy about it but it’s just one of those things that happen in life.” (

Liverpool out of FA Cup as Spurs survive Wycombe scare:
LONDON – Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup by Championship club Wolves as Tottenham Hotspur survived a potential giant-killing of their own by twice coming from behind in a 4-3 win over fourth-tier Wycombe Wanderers at White Hart Lane (

Woods misses cut, Rose holds lead at Torrey Pines:
LA JOLLA – Tiger Woods’ long-awaited PGA Tour comeback came to an abrupt end at the Farmers Insurance Open on Friday as the former world number one tumbled out of the tournament after missing the cut. Woods started the day at Torrey Pines Golf Course needing a low second round score to extend his participation into the weekend after a wayward four-over-par first round on Thursday (

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