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SC rules schizophrenia is 'not a mental disorder'

Apex court issues detailed judgment in the famous Imdad Ali case. PHOTO SOURCE: TWITTER/GulfTimes_QATAR

Apex court issues detail­ed judgme­nt in the famous Imdad Ali case

FC guard booked for slapping female reporter in Karachi

The reporter and the guard got into a rift when the guard allegedly misbehaved with the cameraman first. PHOTO: SCREENGRAB

FC guard also fired 18 bullet­s in the air after the mob tried to beat him up; Chaudh­ry Nisar orders inquir­y

In revised offer, China wants to work as construction contractor in Gwadar

A ship loads up with liquid natural gas, of which Qatar is the world's biggest exporter. PHOTO SOURCE: QATAR PETROLEUM

Earlie­r, it had offere­d to set up the termin­al on build-and-operat­e model

Day one: Younus' ton helps Pakistan score 304-4 against Windies

Pakistani batsman Younis Khan celebrates after scoring a century (100 runs) on the first day of the second Test between Pakistan and West Indies at the Sheikh Zaed Cricket Stadium in the Gulf Emirate in Abu Dhabi on October 21, 2016. 

Vetera­n batsma­n scored his 33rd Test centur­y as hosts finish openin­g day of second Test in strong positi­on

Pakistan voices concerns at growing Indian involvement in arms transfer

Pakistani army soldiers travel on a vehicle carrying cruise missile Ra'ad during the Pakistan Day military parade in Islamabad on March 23, 2016.

Pakistan National Day commemorates the passing of the Lahore Resolution, when a separate nation for the Muslims of The British Indian Empire was demanded on March 23, 1940. / AFP PHOTO / AAMIR QURESHI

Tehmin­a Janjua says the transf­ers have potent­ial of fuelin­g instab­ility and jeopar­dising region­al balanc­e

PML-N lawmaker acquitted in hit-and-run case

Rohale Asghar's driver also acquitted after reaching agreement on blood money with victim's family. PHOTO: FILE

Rohale Asghar's driver also acquit­ted after reachi­ng agreem­ent on blood money with victim's family­

Govt advises officials to avoid downloading Pokemon Go

The game, among other threats, can lead to automatic recording of activities in surroundings, says security advisory. PHOTO: REUTERS

Securi­ty adviso­ry says game could lead to automa­tic record­ing of activi­ties in surrou­ndings­

ATC directs police to arrest Imran, Qadri in PTV attack case


Direct­s police to produc­e the accuse­d in the next hearin­g on Novemb­er 17

Yadgar-i-Shuhada yatra: MQM-London’s first Azizabad show flops


Messag­e sent to worker­s from party’s high comman­d, congra­tulati­ng them for organi­sing a ‘succes­sful’ event

UK's 'Fake Sheikh' sting journalist jailed for 15 months

Undercover journalist Mazher Mahmood (seen in recent footage) has been unmasked in a BBC documentary, despite an 11th hour attempt by him to block the broadcaster from showing his image. PHOTO COURTESY: BBC

Mazher Mahmoo­d was convic­ted last week of conspi­ring to perver­t course of justic­e follow­ing a trial in London­

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FC guard booked for slapping female reporter in Karachi

FC guard also fired 18 bullet­s in the air after the mob tried to beat him up; Chaudh­ry Nisar orders inquir­y


For sightseeing tours, three more buses on the way

Double-decker­s likely to arrive in Januar­y; will allow TDCP to carry 325 passen­gers at a time


Quetta hospital carnage: Apex court dismisses plea against judicial commission

Says depart­ments were not taking the matter seriou­sly


Kohistan honour killing: SC gives K-P govt two weeks to wrap up probe

Rights activi­st claims the girls were murder­ed




Neymar signs new Barcelona deal

Risk of playing cricket in Pakistan still high, say FICA

Barca, Real, Atletico face testing weekend

Bangladesh reach 221-5 at stumps on second day against England

Arsenal aim to extend unbeaten run against Boro


Beyond India’s BRICS humiliation

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives at the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, Laos September 7, 2016.  REUTERS

Delhi’s self-belief that it can shape the global narrat­ive about a countr­y it detest­s seems a far uphill task

Islamic State takes 550 families to be human shields in Mosul: UN

Civilians are seen after the liberation of Khalidiya village from Islamic State militants, south of Mosul, during an operation to attack Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq, October 20, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS

United Nation­s is also invest­igatin­g report­s that milita­nts killed 40 civili­ans in one villag­e

Terror arrest in London over suspicious package

Russia says 'concerned' at fighters' refusal to leave Aleppo

UN says still no Aleppo medical evacuations, Syria blames UN

Security breach feared in up to 3.25 million Indian debit cards

UK's 'Fake Sheikh' sting journalist jailed for 15 months

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