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Phil Huges: The game mourns

Misbah ul Haq emulates Sir Vivian Richards

 

Imran Khan's Life

Germany: Indian couple convicted of spying for Delhi

A German court on Thursday convicted an Indian married couple of spying on Kashmiri and Sikh groups in Germany on behalf of India's foreign intelligence service.

News in Urdu

Russia to start sending S-400 missile systems to Turkey in 2 months

Donald Trump's UK visit: Middle East and China top diplomatic agenda

Scottish Nationalist Send Support to Catalonia

UK Elections

Madrid Threaten Catalan Leader of Execution

Ukraine: 5 Minutes brief.

Current Affairs Digest

Islam in Europe

Nuclear talks with Iran

Bangladesh: Democracy and chaos?

Meet Ali, 25. Boris Johnson's biggest challenger Ali Milani didn't speak English when he came to Britain from Iran at the age of five. Twenty years later, he's the biggest individual threat to Boris Johnson at this week's election.

Watchdog asks UK for transparency in tycoon’s settlement Days after the United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency (NCA) announced a settlement agreement resulting from an investigation into funds tied to property tycoon and real estate developer Malik Riaz, anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) noted the “scant information” of the arrangement and called on the British government to honour its commitment to returning proceeds of corruption “transparently and accountably”.

Dutch law banning face-covering apparel in public places comes into force

A new Dutch law has come into force that bans face-covering clothes on public transport, in government buildings and at health and education institutions.

Istanbul mayoral re-run: Erdogan's ruling AKP loses again Turkey's ruling party has lost control of Istanbul after a re-run of the city's mayoral election, latest results show.

Donald Trump's UK visit: Middle East and China top diplomatic agenda Over three days the US president will be hosted by royalty and politicians. He will also take part in commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Theresa May to resign as prime minister Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving the way for a contest to decide a new prime minister.

Putin mulls easing Russian passport rules for whole Ukraine Russian President Vladimir Putin says he is considering extending a scheme that makes it easier for Ukrainians to obtain Russian citizenship.

For Emmanuel Macron the battle has just begun.

The new French leader is frontline fighter for us. Globalization or Nationalism - the road ahead is bumpy and challenging as well.

Peaceful coexistence: No more

For years Tatarstan was held up as a model of stability and tranquillity as the Muslim-majority republics of the Russian north Caucasus became embroiled in a separatist conflict that spawned a still-continuing civil war along religious lines. More than half of Tatarstan’s 4m people are Sunni Muslims who have long enjoyed friendly relations with the rest of Russia. Kazan, the regional capital on the Volga river 450 miles (724km) east of Moscow, is a prosperous and attractive city.

Islam in Europe. Islam is becoming a potent force in Europe. Recent surveys published in the Economist magazine show a growing fear among Europeans from religious circles. Is it really so? Who is afraid of Islam? Why no one in Europe is willing to care for Muslim sensitivities? Statistics speak some ...
The Best pop Albums of 2014. Up for six Grammy awards, Sam Smith's lonely hour remained at the top in 2014. A closely contested year that saw Ed Sheeran's X (Multiply) and Taylor Swift's 1989, Sam's soulfull voice continued to echo around us.

Dark Net: the dark side of internet. Business is thriving on the anonymous internet, despite the efforts of law enforcers. The big markets’ customer service and marketing strategies increasingly resemble those of legitimate retailers. They are quick to apologise for technical glitches...

Blasphemy: Growing anxiety in Pakistan's Society

Malala - a daughter's promise

Rebels in Ukraine

Understanding the desperation of Imran Khan

Politics of Language

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