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Ibrahimovic shows off taekwondo skills

Swedish King Zlatan Ibrahimovic once again made headlines as he showed off his martial arts skills ahead of his highly anticipated comeback to Manchester United. It was feared that outspoken would never play again after suffering a nasty knee injury in Manchester United’s Europa League win over Anderlecht in April. ...

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‘Burewala Express’ impressive cricketing record

 Pakistan former captain Waqar Younis was a nightmare for even the best of the batsmen in his days. The Burewala Express with his striking pace and ability to swing the ball was one of the greatest ever to bowl on the cricketing field. With many feats to his credit Younis ...

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Shell warns of safety risks at occupied Nigeria plant

LAGOS: Royal Dutch Shell has raised an alarm over the continuing siege at a Nigerian facility by protesters, saying they could be putting their safety at risk. Hundreds of protesters from the Kula and Belema communities in Nigeria’s restless southern Rivers state have occupied the plant since August 11 to ...

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Umar Akmal comeback unlikely: Aamir  

Pakistan former captain Aamir Sohail has blamed both the Pakistan Cricket board (PCB) and middle order batsman Umar Akmal over the escalation of recent controversy. The Pakistan cricket has been embroiled into yet another scandal, after Umar Akmal’s allegations of abusive language used by Pakistan Head Coach Mickey Arthur. “In ...

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Intel to launch its next generation chip

Today on Monday, August 21, Intel plans to reveal ‘Coffee Lake’, its 8th-generation Core processors. However, the company would also reveal a member of its 9th-generation Core family: Ice Lake that would be built on a 10-nanometer plus process and would be launched in near future. Today, the company is ...

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Findings from FBR’s AOP tax directory

In Pakistan there is no reliable data for the number of Association of Persons across the country; the main reason being that there is no central authority to collect that data from all the districts where the AOPs are registered. Crude estimates suggest that total AOPs are at least five ...

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Sethi confirms World XI, Sri Lanka tour to Pakistan

KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Najam Sethi has confirmed that the World XI team is coming to Pakistan in September. Addressing to a development program organized under the banner of Lahore Qalandars in Lahore, Sethi said that the World XI team will have big names from all the top ...

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Lampaert wins second stage, takes Vuelta lead

GRUISSAN: Belgian Yves Lampaert won the second stage of the Vuelta a Espana and took the overall lead of the race with a late attack on the 203.4km ride from Nimes to Gruissan on Sunday. Lampaert won from teammate Matteo Trentin in a time of 4hr 36min 13sec as Quick-Step ...

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