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  • PCB still hopeful of Indo-Pak series in December

    KARACHI: A senior PCB official has said that there is still hope for the India-Pakistan bilateral cricket series to be held in December in the UAE. Najam Sethi, who heads the PCB’s executive committee, also downplayed reports that the BCCI had not followed the norms of hospitality while inviting the Pakistan cricket delegation to Mumbai.

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  • Nothing new in Pakistan's commitment on LeT: Aziz

    WASHINGTON : Pakistan sought to downplay its commitment to the US that it will take action against Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), saying there is nothing new about such a promise. “There is no new thing (in it). It is part of the policy of Pakistan. The reference to LeT is in the context of the United Nations

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  • Sarang shocks 10th seed Thakur to enter third round

    Suhas Nayse | TNN | Oct 24, 2015, 01.01 PM IST NAGPUR: Unseeded Nagpur shuttler Sarang Lakhanee ousted tenth seed Siddharth Thakur of Maharashtra 21-14, 21-17 to enter the third round in the men’s singles section of the VV Natu Memorial All India ranking badminton tournament at Modern-PDMBA Complex, Shivaji Nagar in Pune on Friday.

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  • Christians must move with times: Pope Francis

    VATICAN CITY: Christians must adapt as times change, protected by their unwavering faith in Jesus, Pope Francis has said. “Times are changing and we Christians must change continuously,” Francis said on Friday in his homily at the Vatican’s Santa Marta residence, where he lives. “We must change whilst remaining fixed to our faith in Jesus

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  • Hurricane Patricia batters Mexico as one of strongest storms ever

    Hurricane Patricia, one of the most powerful storms on record, struck Mexico’s Pacific coast on Friday with destructive winds that tore down trees, moved cars and forced thousands of people to flee homes and beachfront resorts. Hours after making landfall, the storm weakened but still packed winds of 130 miles per hour (210 km per

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  • Saina's challenge ends in France

    Suhas Nayse | TNN | Oct 24, 2015, 10.09 AM IST Highlights • Saina lost 21-9, 21-15 to Ratchanok Intanon • Earlier in the second round, Saina outclassed Mitani 21-19, 21-16 to book her berth in the last eight • Saina’s defeat also ended the Indian challenge Although Saina tried to fight back late in

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  • Veto under fire as United Nations turns 70

    UNITED NATIONS: More than 100 countries on Friday challenged Security Council powers to restrict their use of the veto as the United Nations turned 70, with a joint pledge not to oppose resolutions on mass atrocities. The initiative is aimed at avoiding the kind of gridlock that has paralyzed the Security Council on Syria, with

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  • Hillary rides out 11-hour Benghazi storm

    WASHINGTON: Hillary Clinton stood her ground firmly during 11 hours of questioning over the 2012 Benghazi attacks, parrying Republican blows at a high-stakes congressional hearing that could impact her bid for the White House.Partisan fireworks exploded repeatedly between Republican and Democrat members of the House Select Committee on Benghazi during Thursday’s marathon grilling that at

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