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  1. Government has appointed Arif Ahmed Khan as secretary of Ministry of Finance. Photo: file ISLAMABAD: Government has appointed Arif Ahmed Khan as secretary of Ministry of Finance, Geo News reported Saturday. Khan was presently serving as secretary of economic affairs division and has also served as secretary interior ministry. The post had fallen vacant after the previous secretary Shahid Mehmood retired from the post. However, reports emerged that Mehmood will be appointed as an adviser to the finance minister. Rana Afzal Khan takes oath as State Minister of Finance President Mamnoon Hussain administered the oath of office to the new minister This is not the only change the portfolio has undergone in the last three months or so. On December 26, last year, Member National Assembly Rana Muhammad Afzal Khan took oath as Minister of State of Finance, in a ceremony held in the federal capital. President Mamnoon Hussain administered the oath of office to the new minister and expressed hope that he would discharge his professional responsibilities efficiently. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was also present at the occasion. In November, Prime Minister Abbasi had accepted Ishaq Dar?s request to be relieved of his duties as finance minister. Dar has been receiving medical treatment in London and has been declared a proclaimed offender by an accountability court hearing the corruption reference against him.
  2. KARACHI: Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal, addressing a press conference on Thursday, said the Sindh government is fomenting ethnic discord in the city. Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) MPA Sheeraz Waheed, present alongside Kamal, is expected to announce joining the party. Beginning his presser, Kamal thanked the people of Karachi for PSP?s December 24 rally. He claimed the population of Karachi and Hyderabad has been undercounted in the latest census by seven million. Addressing the chief minister, he said: ?you have conveniently ignored this since the people of these cities are not from your community?. "You?re not giving them water either. We?re talking about issues [yet you claim this is political]," he stated. Kamal said he will not incite hatred on an ethnic basis, but "this is what the Sindh government is doing". 'I welcome Sheeraz bhai' Welcoming the MQM lawmaker, Kamal said our doors will never be shut on "our brothers". The PSP chief said "we are continuously speaking the truth", which is why people like Sheeraz bhai are joining our party.
  3. LAHORE: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed speaks to media at Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday, where he is addressing questions on team selection and preparation for the upcoming tour to New Zealand.
  4. Egyptian premier and presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq has not been seen since an airport official said he landed back in Cairo on Saturday evening after aides claimed the Emirati authorities loaded him onto a private jet. Photo: AFP CAIRO: A lawyer for former Egyptian premier and presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq on Sunday demanded access to him after he was reportedly deported from the United Arab Emirates to his homeland. Shafiq has not been seen since an airport official said he landed back in Cairo on Saturday evening after aides claimed the Emirati authorities loaded him onto a private jet. The former army general was forced to leave the Gulf country, where he had been living in exile since 2012, after he announced his candidacy for presidential elections next year, lawyer Dina Adly said in a statement on her Facebook page. "So far the general has not called me and I was not summoned to meet him," said Adly. She cited "media reports" that Shafiq has arrived in Egypt "and is residing in a hotel in Cairo." Adly appealed to the authorities "to allow me to meet him to check on him and to verify whether or not he has actually arrived in Egypt." A relative of Shafiq?s told AFP that "we have no information about him". Shafiq, who narrowly lost out on the presidency in 2012, had earlier angered his Emirati hosts by claiming he was being prevented from leaving the country after announcing his intention to challenge strongman leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at the polls. An aide said he was taken by officials from his home in the UAE, put on a private plane and told he would "go back to Cairo, because they can deport him only to his home country." UAE state news agency WAM reported that Shafiq left the country for Egypt, while his family stayed behind, but did not mention that he had been deported. Lawyer Adly wrote that Shafiq wanted to leave the UAE for France, but was later told he would be taken to Egypt instead. Shafiq, appointed premier by Hosni Mubarak shortly before his overthrow in 2011, is seen as a main challenger for Sisi, who is expected to dominate the 2018 vote despite not yet officially announcing his candidacy. In 2012 Shafiq only just lost out to Mohammed Morsi for the presidency, despite widespread antipathy for Mubarak-era officials. After the polls he was tried in absentia on corruption charges, but eventually acquitted. Sisi, a former army chief, was elected president in 2014, a year after leading the military?s ouster of Morsi from power.
  5. Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Photo: The Hindu ISLAMABAD: On this day 33 years ago, the world lost revolutionary poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz. ?There are few people who are as good in person as they are in their respective creative spaces,? is how author Zehra Nigah described Faiz during a panel discussion held earlier this year at the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF). Born in Sialkot on February 13, 1911, Faiz Ahmad Faiz married Alys Faiz ? a British national who had a tremendous influence on his life and poetry. Salima Hashmi described her mother as Faiz?s biggest supporter, even though they were complete opposites. ?I remember my father telling me that I am able to do whatever I can because I know at the end of the day your mother can also feed you,? Salima said while speaking at the KLF 2017. In the 1930s, he married Alys, a British national. They had two daughters ? Saleema and Muneeza. Alys' influence on Faiz's life and poetry is reputed to have been enormous. He started a branch of Anjuman Tarraqi Pasand Mussanafin-e-Hind in Punjab in 1936 and was also a member and secretary of this branch. Faiz had also worked as editor of Mahanama Adab-e-Lateef (1938 1942 AD). He became a lecturer in English at MAO College, Amritsar in 1935 and then at Hailey College of Commerce, Lahore. He briefly joined the British Indian Army and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1944. Alys and Faiz. Photo: Scroll.in He resigned from the army in 1947 and returned to Lahore to become the first editor-in-chief of the Pakistan Times ? a paper started by Mian Iftikharuddin under Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's patronage. This paper played an important role in the partition. Faiz spent much of the 1950s and 1960s promoting communism in Pakistan. He was charged with complicity in a failed coup attempt known as the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case and was sentenced to four years of imprisonment in 1951. The jail term gave him a first-hand experience of the harsh realities of life and provided him with much-needed solitude to think and write poetry. Two of his greatest works, Dast-e-Saba and Zindan Nama, were products of this period of imprisonment. ?When father was in jail, our mother used to keep telling us that your father is not a thief, he is not a dacoit or smuggler, he is in jail because he speaks the truth,? recalled Salima. In 1959 he was appointed secretary Pakistan Arts Council and worked in that capacity till 1962. Returning from London in 1964, he settled down in Karachi and was appointed the principal at Abdullah Haroon College. Celebrating Faiz: An insight into the life of the revolutionary poet How was Faiz as a person? As a father and husband? Faiz distinguished himself as a journalist and was editor of the Pakistan Times, the Urdu newspaper Imroze and the weekly Lail-o-Nihar. In the 1965 war between India and Pakistan, he worked in an honourary capacity in the Department of Information. In exile, he acted as editor of the magazine Lotus in Moscow, London and Beirut. Faiz was the first Asian poet to be awarded the Lenin Peace Prize, the Soviet Union s equivalent to the Nobel Prize, in 1963. He died on November 20, 1984. Input from APP and Ebad Ahmed
  6. Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed rejected claims by Sri Lanka's captain Dinesh Chandimal that witchcraft helped the team win the Test series against Pakistan. ?We lost the two Tests because of our poor batting and that is all,? said Ahmed. ?If they could win Test matches because of witchcraft or magic, then they should have also won the ODI and T20 series," added the skipper. Chandimal had told reporters he had received a special blessing from a meyni, or sorcerer, ahead of the two-match series in the United Arab Emirates. The Pakistani skipper, however, blamed the batsmen for failing to perform in the Test series rather than witchcraft. Witchcraft helped us beat Pakistan in Tests, says Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal gets mocked on social media after his witchcraft remarks ?I believe in the Holy Quran and also that there was magic in the world, but in the Test series we just batted badly and lost chances to win." He elaborated that matches on the field are won or lost through players performance and luck plays a part. The claims were also rubbished by Mohammad Yousuf, the country's former Test captain. Yousuf said cricket should not be mixed up with such things, added that planning by the team was bad and they "messed it up". The former skipper further said that if cricket matches could be won through such means, Sri Lanka would not be struggling in other formats of the game. Chandimal had said he was always ready to accept the blessings of anyone - whether it is a meyni or any clergy. His comments came a week after Sri Lanka's sports minister denied ordering the struggling national team to use witchcraft ahead of the Test series. Dayasiri Jayasekara threatened to sue a sorcerer for claiming that at his request she cast a spell over Pakistan to ensure Sri Lanka's victory. Chandimal had also said the sorcerer he consulted was the mother of a friend, and he was willing to accept her blessings. Sri Lanka won the Test series but lost 5-0 in the subsequent one-day series against Pakistan and also went down in a three-match Twenty20 series.
  7. Photo: FILE BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is all set to hold a power show in Ahmed Pur East, Bahawalpur, for which all arrangements have been finalised. The public meeting in Dhurkot area of Ahmed Pur East tehsil, will be addressed by PTI chairman Imran Khan and other noted leaders of the party. A large ground, near MNA Amir Yar Waran's side house (Dera), has been chosen as venue for the public gathering. Around 10,000 seats have been placed at the venue to accommodate participants, whereas a separate enclosure has also been made for female activists, which lies close to stage. Over 50 seats have been placed on the stage for PTI leaders coming from different cities, as well as local office-bearers.
  8. Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif called the incumbent premier, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, after attack on journalist Ahmed Noorani on Friday, saying the incident should be thoroughly investigated and accused be brought to the fore. A statement issued regarding the matter quoted Nawaz as saying that the incident was not only an attack on a journalist but on independent journalism on the whole. Although many journalists have been thrashed in the past, he added, truth cannot be suppressed by attacking the ones who are impartial and courageous. Noorani, was assaulted by unidentified attackers on Islamabad?s Khayaban-e-Suharwardy road on Friday. Journalist Ahmad Noorani attacked in Islamabad Six unidentified attackers beat up the senior journalist and his driver near Zero Point His car was stopped by three men travelling on a motorcycle near Zero Point Interchange while he was on his way home in Islamabad from Rawalpindi. The three men got down from their unmarked motorcycle after chasing down Noorani's case while another three, who were standing where the car was stopped with another unmarked motorcycle, joined in and severely beat up Noorani and his driver with iron rods after throwing out the keys from the ignition. The attackers sped away on the two bikes, with no licence plates, towards Zero Point after onlookers began gathering at the site and traffic started coming to a halt on the busy road.
  9. Riz Ahmed, who has many award-winning TV shows and films to his credit, has spoken various times about lack of diversity in Hollywood British actor of Pakistani descent Riz Ahmed has clinched fourth spot in this year?s list of most influential Asian people in Britain while London Mayor Sadiq Khan retained first spot for the second consecutive year. The GG2 Power List of the 101 leading Asian influencers includes various influential politicians, artists and actors of Asian origin in Britain. The first three spots are occupied by politicians, with cabinet ministers Sajid Javid and Priti Patel at second and third place. Riz is the highest non-politician on the list at fourth place. Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel climbed up 61 places to the 21st place. Riz Ahmed, who has many award-winning TV shows and films to his credit, has spoken various times about lack of diversity in Hollywood. ?If we fail to represent, we are in danger of losing people to extremism,? he said while delivering Channel 4?s annual diversity lecture in British Parliament. ?Riz Ahmed has been very outspoken and vociferous about issues of diversity, but it?s important to recognise that [the success of the people on the list] builds on the efforts of previous generations [of actors] like Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar,? Shailesh Solanki, executive editor of the GG2 Power List, said. The British actor won critical acclaim for his role in The Reluctant Fundamentalist and other ventures. He recently also won an Emmy award for the TV series The Night of. The GG2 Power List is published by Asian Me­dia Group (AMG), which also publishes Eastern Eye and Garavi Gujarat newsweekly, which was founded by Ramniklal Solanki CBE, the editor-in-chief of AMG.
  10. For what has long been labelled as the gentleman's game, cricket as a sport has overcome its fair share of demons in the past. From on-field altercations between the players to unsporting play, the game of cricket has seen it all. But, amongst them all, match-fixing continues to be the biggest demon which has persistently threatened to malign the sport. Whether it was Hansie Cronje or Salman Butt, the cases of match-fixing has undeniably brought a bad name to international cricket in the past. While some cricketers get persuaded by monetary gains, others gamble their career hoping they'll never be caught. However, amongst those black sheeps, there are cricketers like Sarfraz Ahmed who understand the true meaning of representing your country on the international level. While his former teammates like Butt and Mohammed Asif fell prey to match-fixing, the Pakistani captain led from the front when he thwarted the advances of a bookmaker in Dubai. Safraz is the most honest player in world cricket and the best captain. — عÛÙ (@Pr1ncess17) October 21, 2017 He disclosed he was approached by a bookie who offered him a lucrative deal during the ongoing ODI series against Sri Lanka. However, instead of falling for easy money, Sarfraz reported the matter to the anti-corruption and security unit officials. "The matter has been handled as per standard procedure but there is a lot of respect for Sarfraz, who as a captain and player, has set a great example for his teammates on how to avoid attempts to corrupt the game," an official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) revealed. @SarfarazA_54 we proud of you captain. — Hassan Raza (@hRaza_S) October 21, 2017 "ICC rules don't allow us to name player (s) in such cases where approaches are reported but yes Sarfraz got an offer and he immediately reported the matter to the concerned officials, who have taken appropriate action," he added. Incidentally the man who made the verbal offer to the Pakistani captain is based in Dubai and is learnt to be known to the players. He approached the wrong guy. Our captain is very honest MA. Well done saifi bhai!ðMay Allah bless u more!ð — â¤HASAN ALI FC⤠(@YasraHere) October 21, 2017 An official in the PCB said that the team management has increased vigilance of players and reset curfew timings. "On the insistence of head coach Mickey Arthur, there was a bit of relaxation for the players during the ongoing series in the UAE and they were allowed to meet friends and go out for shopping and dinners but now strict procedures and timings have been enforced again," the official said. Thats why Sarfaraz is my favorite player ever. He loves his country and is a patriot. Also, he is a great leader! @SarfarazA_54 . — Fahad Ali Malik (@FahadAliMalik_) October 21, 2017 The PCB had already changed the hotel of the national team in Dubai following the PSL spot-fixing scandal earlier this February which rocked Pakistan cricket. The PCB's anti-corruption tribunal banned Sharjeel and Khalid for five years after both were found guilty of beaching anti-corruption code during the PSL and were sent back home from Dubai.
  11. For what has long been labelled as the gentleman's game, cricket as a sport has overcome its fair share of demons in the past. From on-field altercations between the players to unsporting play, the game of cricket has seen it all. But, amongst them all, match-fixing continues to be the biggest demon which has persistently threatened to malign the sport. Whether it was Hansie Cronje or Salman Butt, the cases of match-fixing has undeniably brought a bad name to international cricket in the past. While some cricketers get persuaded by monetary gains, others gamble their career hoping they'll never be caught. However, amongst those black sheeps, there are cricketers like Sarfraz Ahmed who understand the true meaning of representing your country on the international level. While his former teammates like Butt and Mohammed Asif fell prey to match-fixing, the Pakistani captain led from the front when he thwarted the advances of a bookmaker in Dubai. Safraz is the most honest player in world cricket and the best captain. — عÛÙ (@Pr1ncess17) October 21, 2017 He disclosed he was approached by a bookie who offered him a lucrative deal during the ongoing ODI series against Sri Lanka. However, instead of falling for easy money, Sarfraz reported the matter to the anti-corruption and security unit officials. "The matter has been handled as per standard procedure but there is a lot of respect for Sarfraz, who as a captain and player, has set a great example for his teammates on how to avoid attempts to corrupt the game," an official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) revealed. @SarfarazA_54 we proud of you captain. — Hassan Raza (@hRaza_S) October 21, 2017 "ICC rules don't allow us to name player (s) in such cases where approaches are reported but yes Sarfraz got an offer and he immediately reported the matter to the concerned officials, who have taken appropriate action," he added. Incidentally the man who made the verbal offer to the Pakistani captain is based in Dubai and is learnt to be known to the players. He approached the wrong guy. Our captain is very honest MA. Well done saifi bhai!ðMay Allah bless u more!ð — â¤HASAN ALI FC⤠(@YasraHere) October 21, 2017 An official in the PCB said that the team management has increased vigilance of players and reset curfew timings. "On the insistence of head coach Mickey Arthur, there was a bit of relaxation for the players during the ongoing series in the UAE and they were allowed to meet friends and go out for shopping and dinners but now strict procedures and timings have been enforced again," the official said. Thats why Sarfaraz is my favorite player ever. He loves his country and is a patriot. Also, he is a great leader! @SarfarazA_54 . — Fahad Ali Malik (@FahadAliMalik_) October 21, 2017 The PCB had already changed the hotel of the national team in Dubai following the PSL spot-fixing scandal earlier this February which rocked Pakistan cricket. The PCB's anti-corruption tribunal banned Sharjeel and Khalid for five years after both were found guilty of beaching anti-corruption code during the PSL and were sent back home from Dubai.
  12. Riz Ahmed Emmy-winning British-Pakistani actor Riz Ahmed is said to be in talks to play the title character in Netflix?s upcoming film ?Hamlet?, which will present a contemporary take on Shakespeare's tragedy. Mike Lesslie, who penned 2015's Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender, will write the adaptation, which centres on the revenge Prince Hamlet is determined to wreak upon his uncle, Claudius, by the ghost of his father. The play will, however, move from 17th century Denmark to modern-day London. If the talks are successful, Ahmed will follow in the footsteps of actors like Kenneth Branagh, Ethan Hawke and Oscar Isaac, who have all played the protagonist. The ?Reluctant Fundamentalist? actor won an Emmy for his role in HBO's ?The Night Of? earlier this year. His upcoming projects include DC's Venom and drama The Sisters Brothers, in which he stars alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix.
  13. When it comes to modern-day cricket, only a handful of cricketers can stake claim to the kind of reputation Virat Kohli has earned in recent times. Whether it's his explosive batting or aggressive captaincy, the Indian captain continues to grow his fanbase in almost every corner of the world. Such has been his exploits on the cricket field, that even fans from countries other than India, have been gaga about the Delhi lad. His absence was sorely missed by the Pakistani fans who recently witnessed the return of international cricket through the Independence Cup. Reuters Pakistan's love for Kohli once again came to fore on the social media. You don't really see a situation where the fans from other countries would reject their own cricketer to pick a rival player. But, that's exactly what happened when a Pakistani Twitter handle ran a poll asking fans to choose between opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad and Kohli. While a lot of fan-accounts are often seen running such polls on the social media, the one started by 'All Pakistan Memes' grabbed everyone attention, not for the question they asked, but the kind response it garnered. While Kohli himself wouldn't have been surprised, the social media users - especially Indian fans - were absolutely stunned with the response. Let's settle this RT for ahmed shahzad Like for Virat kohli #PAKvsWorldXI pic.twitter.com/MyktPUWC3l — All Pakistan Memes (@allPakistanMeme) September 12, 2017 The fans were asked to 'retweet' if they thought Shehzad was better and 'like' if they felt Kohli was their man. What happened next just goes to show the love and admiration fans from other nations have for Kohli. On one hand, where the Pakistani opener received 321 votes (retweets), the Indian run-machine was chosen a whopping 6,442 (likes) times by the fans. Apart from the likes, the tweet also received over 200 comments with most Pakistani fans testifying that Kohli was miles ahead of any Pakistan cricketer. No comparison tbh! Kohli is a world class player! — Fazila ?? (@fazila_1996) September 12, 2017 It would've been better to compare Ahmad with Umar Akmal???? — Irsa (@xxirsa) September 13, 2017 They both are same??but one is the selfie master and the other is self obsessed! ?? — Irsa (@xxirsa) September 13, 2017 Shukar hai ham Pakistanio mai itni aqal hai. Everyone knows @imVkohli se @iamAhmadshahzad ka koi comparison nhi VK is already a Legend — Aqib Siddiqui (@Aqibleo13) September 12, 2017 THIS IS SO DISRESPECTFUL TO VIRAT KOHLI — Maryam (@BefourMaryam) September 12, 2017 Come on . Accept it , out of 100 times, 99.9% time one kohli is equal or above then 6 batsmen of Pakistan team frm past current & in future — NABEEL ZAHID (@nabz84) September 12, 2017 Kohli is way better We all in pakistan know that — Master Oogway (@calculus_guy) September 12, 2017 one is a cricketer and other is a cameraman — Adnan (@AdnanSundal) September 12, 2017 Why are you even comparing two different classes? Kohli is a class and Ahmed Shehzad is also a class.. third class ?? — Ahsan Shamoon (@hsanShamoon) September 13, 2017
  14. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/761744c1f4b9973a8eb99463ecefca4e.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS8yMy8yMDE3IDExOjMxOjUzIEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9ZlhwUGlhNGN6dmRLbzVMK2JiRFcxdz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed said on Saturday that series against Sri Lanka will be a challenge for the team as the visiting side will give Team Pakistan, ?a tough time?. Speaking at a press conference, the skipper said that the retirement of senior players Younis Khan and Misbahul Haq has left a void ? and the team will miss their presence in coming tours. ?Misbah took the test team to number one spot and I will try to do my captaincy like him,? adding, ?for me captaincy is a challenge.? Ahmed said that leg-spinner Yasir Shah is fit to play the coming series and will play a pivotal role in the test series. He added that the players and team management are on the same page and chief selector Inzamamul Haq gives importance to his opinions. The Test squad for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka was announced on Saturday, comprising five uncapped players including fast bowler Mir Hamza. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah, who put to rest fitness concerns after he nailed the fitness tests on Saturday, was selected in the squad, along with Azhar Ali, who has been struggling with a troubled knee but was cleared to play with the help of injections. Chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, addressing a press conference, announced the names of the 16 players in the squad, which includes a combination of five fast bowlers and two specialist spinners. Batsmen Haris Sohail and Usman Salahuddin have both played one-day internationals for Pakistan but are yet to make their Test debuts. Spin-bowling all-rounder Bilal Asif and left-arm Mohammad Asghar were the other players in the squad yet to play in Tests. The chief selector said he wants to give maximum opportunity to youngsters to showcase their talent in the series. Squad Azhar Ali, Shan Masood, Sami Aslam, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Haris Sohail, Sarfraz Ahmed (captain, wicketkeeper), Usman Salahuddin, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Yasir Shah, Mohammad Asghar, Mohammad Abbas, Bilal Asif, Mir Hamza and Wahab Riaz.
  15. Riz Ahmed with his Emmys award/AFP British-Pakistani actor Rizwan ?Riz? Ahmed made history Sunday night by becoming the first male actor of Asian descent to win an Emmy award for acting. Ahmed bagged Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series award for his portrayal of Nasir "Naz" Khan in HBO's eight-part production ?The Night Of?, which follows the story of a young Pakistani college student who becomes embroiled in a complex New York City murder case with cultural and political overtones. Riz Ahmed during his Emmys speech/REUTERS "I want to say it is always strange reaping the rewards of a story based on real world suffering," Ahmed said in his Emmys acceptance speech. "But if this show has shown a light on some of the prejudice in our societies, xenophobia, some of the injustice in our justice system, then maybe that is something." Riz Ahmed in 'The Night Of' The actor has been very vocal about how the representation of minorities can shift negative perspectives. "In terms of US and the UK, I?m really proud to be a Londoner. I?m really proud to be from the UK. I?m also really aware that actors of color often have more opportunity in the US, but I think ultimately now we see that TV in particular is a global medium," he said in the Emmys press room after his win, Buzzfeed reported. "People are streaming shows or watching them all around the world. Hopefully we?ll see a globalization of our storytelling," he added. A scene from 'The Night Of' Before Ahmed, only one actor of Asian descent had ever won an acting Emmy: The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi, who won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2010.
  16. Last night at the Emmy Awards 2017, Brit-Pakistani actor, Riz Ahmed's red carpet abilities took a new route towards sartorial brilliance. However, his basics remained the same—a tried-and-tested international brand, a two-pieced classic cut, slim fit (that even looked very comfortable) and a staple B&W colour scheme. But while the rest of the attendees fared equally well, one big pairing detail on the actor's suit really set him apart. Sight anything abnormal on the area around his neck? © Reuters What might look a badass move (to say the least) or a lousy act by the otherwise dapper human, the naked bow tie moment here is actually a prolific red-carpet style trick. So here's the thing: this shirt on Riz is a mandarin-collared shirt. Which, could easily be mistaken for a grave dressing-up sin by most but in our perspective is truly a menswear win. But don't be surprised! If your judgmental eyes have been wide open in the years, you would have noticed this on our dapper men on the red carpet. © Reuters To break your shell of always pairing a dress shirt with a suit, let's inform you—a mandarin collar shirt does equally well and looks absolutely appropriate. Only difference? The over-all outfit looks more relaxed, effortlessly put on, but all without breaking the whole vibe of the suit. And what's even better? The shirt yet, looks like a dress shirt when paired with a suit (obviously, the right ones). © Reuters Biggest takeaway: you don't have to succumb to wearing the suit this way. It's your personal decision to keep things neat or more relaxed. However, no what route you take here, keep three things in check: 1) The fit of your suit needs to hug you in the right places, not choke your veins with its skinny tailoring. Riz's Prada suit here is slim-fitted, sure, but also roomy enough on the bottom. Having said that, it's not looking shabby at all. 2) We're certain you'll agree: smooth leather dress shoes are the best bet for suits. But men, suede too, is a very luxe fabric to own. Point being: try it. 3) While trying a not-so-ordinary pair of footwear or a new style of wearing the bow tie in an outfit, don't push yourself further. Don't over do things by adding a loud print/pattern too. Keep the two experiments as the focal points of your outfit and reserve a seat among the best of them. © Reuters In conclusion, let's just say—this first-ever Muslim and South Asian Emmy winner has really won 2017 with his tailored heroism.
  17. Altaf Ahmed: Hello Everyone !! I wanna share something with you all 😊 A very nice friend of me Prasert Jarat, who is also member of this group, is coming to Pakistan today . I'm here in Islamabad now to receive him on airport Let's welcome #Prasert ❤ 4 (41 minutes ago) Khawaja Shuja Ullah: Wel come.sir (16 minutes ago) Sohail Malik: Welcome to Pakistan Prasert! (11 minutes ago) The Pakistan Tourism
  18. Altaf Ahmed: Deosai 2 (1 hour ago) Nida Tariq: Dream land (36 minutes ago) The Pakistan Tourism
  19. Altaf Ahmed: Nature <3 22 (14 hours ago) Azmat Yar Khan: Yeh kahan ki soghat hey ? (14 hours ago) Sajida Riaz: (12 hours ago) Sajida Riaz: Koi soch mean goom h (12 hours ago) 1 Prasert Jarat: wow very nice picture (12 hours ago) Muhammad Bilal: Great thinking. Galeleo (10 hours ago) Syed Imran Schah: Gum hai kisi ke pyar mein Dil subh shaam ;) (8 hours ago) 1 The Pakistan Tourism
  20. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/4d12de3673d0735ebc40cc381d81ec23.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OC8yMS8yMDE3IDQ6NDY6MzUgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT0weXNuNTd2Y3pFQTI5aXl3VE8zcCt3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] LAHORE: National Bank of Pakistan President Saeed Ahmed appeared before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)'s Lahore office today after he was summoned with regard to the case against the Sharif family?s London properties. Javed Kiani, a close associate of the Sharif family, was also summoned alongside Ahmed today. The bureau is pursuing several corruption references against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif?s family, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and others in light of the Supreme Court?s July 28 judgment in the Panama Papers case. Dar has been summoned to appear before NAB officials pursuing the case on Tuesday (tomorrow). Meanwhile, members of the Sharif family who were summoned to appear before the bureau on Sunday failed to do so. According to sources, the six-member team of NAB Lahore was waiting for the Sharif family members to question them over their apartments in Avenfield, London. Sharifs fail to appear before NAB Lahore: sources NAB Lahore summoned Sharif family members to question them over their London properties, sources said The team, headed by NAB Lahore Director General Shehzad Saleem, had summoned Nawaz? children Hasan, Hussain and Maryam, and son-in-law Captain (retd) Safdar to appear by 2pm on Sunday. NAB sources said that further notices would not be issued after the Sharif family members did not appear before them. A day earlier, the bureau had written to the Supreme Court, requesting for permission to record the statements of members of Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT), sources added. As per the request, NAB has said statements of the JIT members were required to file a reference against the Sharif family. Earlier, NAB Lahore had requested the same, but Wajid Zia, the Federal Investigation Agency Additional Director who headed the JIT, responded saying the team had dissolved, therefore, the matter should be taken to the Supreme Court, sources in NAB had said. When NAB summoned Hassan and Hussain Nawaz to file their replies pertaining to the bureau's references against them, the brothers did not show up. Reports stated Hassan and Hussain would not appear until a verdict was passed on the review petitions submitted earlier by the family in the apex court. NAB to send notice to Sharifs, file case in SC: sources Earlier the bureau had decided to not send more notices to the family NAB was conveyed the same in writing by the Sharif family?s legal team. "My client Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has been apprised of the above-cited notice today and instructed me to convey his inability to appear before the Combined Investigation Team as has already filed a review petition against the judgment dated 28.07.2017," read the letter. In its July 28 verdict, the five-member Supreme Court bench disqualified the then prime minister and ordered NAB to prepare and file a reference in an accountability within six weeks against members of the Sharif family and others. Panama Case: Judgement of the Supreme Court of Pakistan [embed_video1... The accountability court was given six months to wrap up the proceedings. It also requested the chief justice of Pakistan to nominate a judge of the Supreme Court to supervise and monitor implementation of the judgment and oversee proceedings of NAB and the accountability court. Justice Ijazul Ahsan, a member of the Panama case bench as well as the special implementation bench former later, was made the monitoring judge by the Supreme Court.
  21. We all have grown up binging on our favourite superhero movies and novels. From Superman, Batman and Hulk to Captain America, Wonder Woman and Spiderman; everyone loves to fantasize about heroes saving the world with their superpowers. What if we tell you there are superheroes living with us in the real world? Well, don't look for anyone wearing cape or an uber-cool costume because we just found our superhero in Dr. Kafeel Ahmed Khan, who fought against all odds and answered the call of duty at a time when everyone else lost hope. © Thinkstock Photos All hell broke loose at Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College, when the oxygen supply was allegedly disrupted, owing to the supplier's dues pending at the administration's end. The families were left with no option, but to see their loved ones collapse in pain and die in front of them. At that very moment, Dr. Ahmed, the pediatrician in charge of the encephalitis ward, took things in his own hands. From giving necessary instructions to the junior doctors and hospital staff to showing the attendants how to provide artificial respiration to patients, Dr. Kafeel left no stone unturned in providing help to the people at the earliest. © Facebook/ Media5zone While the authorities and the government were apparently busy plying the blame game, Dr. Kafeel immediately sprung into action and was running around in his car in search of oxygen cylinders. It was definitely not an easy task for him and he was refused several times by the suppliers, but there was one who agreed to give his oxygen supply on a condition that the entire payment had to be made in advance in cash. However, he didn't think twice and quickly sent one of his staff members to get the cash, using his debit card. He even paid for the fuel to the truck drivers to get the cylinders. He not only called up all the suppliers in the district, but also personally requested and borrowed oxygen cylinders from nursing homes of his close friends, so that some lives can be saved in the nick of time. © Thinkstock Photos However, while things seemed to be working out, Dr. Ahmed got to know that the gas agency that agreed to provide cylinders has now backed out and he still had to provide sufficient oxygen to all the children in the ward. It was after some desperate attempts that he finally saw a ray of hope as one supplier agreed to give him oxygen cylinders. Reportedly, he managed to bring 12 more cylinders from other nursing homes and saved may people who could have been a part of this fatal incident. However, despite all his hard work and efforts, he still had to witness the tragic death of over 60 children in front of him and nearly 30 died in less than 48 hours. People are lauding the efforts of this unsung hero and are thanking him for taking necessary actions instead of waiting for help to arrive. He is a true example of how a doctor should be. However, it is highly disappointing on the hospital authority and the government's part for playing with something as crucial as someone's life. Source: Hindustan Times
  22. KARACHI: Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed said that international teams played Champions Trophy tournament in England despite security concerns hence it is now time that international cricket resumes in Pakistan. Speaking at a press conference at the Karachi Press Club, he said that the national team captain of all three formats of the game said that Pakistan cricket is facing a detrimental loss because of no home cricket. Ahmed said that captaining notational test side is nothing less than a challenge and the team will certainly miss Misbahul Haq and Younis Khan, adding that he is aiming to bring consistency in the team. He added that the cricket team has a good combination of senior and junior players ? a cricket team always need senior players in the squad and the seniors must be in the team if they are performing well. Ahmed said due to Pakistan Super League young players got much-needed exposure. ?Shadab Khan and Fakhar Zaman have played domestic cricket but PSL gave them an identity,? he said. He said that Pakistan cricket has a got a new life after winning the Champions Trophy as people now have raised their expectations for the team. ?We have to progress more. We have to win more series,? he said. ?Things have become better in last two years. We have to now give more such good performances.?
  23. KARACHI: Muhajir Qaumi Movement Chairman Afaq Ahmed on Friday threw his party's weight behind Muttahida Qaumi Movement - Pakistan (MQM-P) and announced that he will support the party in the upcoming elections in the metropolis' PS-114 constituency. Ahmed said that voters in the constituency should not waste their votes and should unite and make a decision as muhajirs. PS-114 encompasses the city's Mahmoodabad and surrounding areas. "My support is with Kamran Tessori," added Ahmed. Friday is the last day for campaigning in PS-114. The constituency comprises the localities of Mehmoodabad No 1 to Mehmoodabad No 6, Chanesar Goth, Manzoor Colony, Akhter Colony, Azam Basti, Kashmir Colony, Defence View and the KAECHS (Karachi Administration Employees Cooperative Housing Society). Although the PPP could not become a significant stakeholder in the constituency in the past elections, this time round the party has fielded its secretary general for Karachi, Senator Ghani, in an effort to branch out of its traditional strongholds in Lyari and Malir. In the May 2013 general elections, PS-114 was bagged by Irfanullah Marwat on a PML-N ticket but his victory was declared void by the election tribunal in July 2014. On May 11, the Supreme Court dismissed Marwat?s appeal challenging the election tribunal?s decision paving the way for the by-polls. The by-poll campaign took an interesting turn recently when Marwat announced to support the PTI, which has fielded one of its founding members, Haroon. In the 2013 polls, PML-N?s Marwat bagged 37,130 votes while MQM?s Rauf Siddiqui got 30,305 votes. Moreover, PTI?s Israr Abbasi got 13,807 votes while PPP?s Sajjad Ahmed Pappi only 3,827 votes.
  24. ISLAMABAD: Sarfraz Ahmed, after steering the national team to win the Champions Trophy, was appointed captain of the Pakistan Test team on Tuesday. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan made the announcement at the ceremony held to honour the cricket team at Prime Minister House. Players and board officials were also presented with monetary rewards announced by the premier earlier. Sarfraz replaced Azhar Ali as the captain of the ODI format earlier in February 2017. He is also the skipper of national T20 team.
  25. Pakistan`s skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is named as captain of 'Team of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017' on Monday. The side was selected by a jury of cricket experts, which included former captains Michael Atherton of England, India?s Sourav Ganguly, Ramiz Raja of Pakistan as well as Lawrence Booth (Editor, Wisden Almanack and cricket writer, The Mail) and Julian Guyer (cricket correspondent, Agence France-Presse), with ICC General Manager ? Cricket, Geoff Allardice, as chairman. The jury was tasked with picking a balanced side on the basis of performances in the tournament. Statistics were used, but were not the sole basis for selection. The side includes four Pakistanis, three Indians, three Englishmen and one Bangladeshi, with Kane Williamson of New Zealand as 12th man. The Team of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 (in batting order) is: i) Shikhar Dhawan (India) (338 runs) ii) Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan) 252 runs) iii) Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh) (293 runs) iv) Virat Kohli (India) (258 runs) v) Joe Root (England) (258 runs) vi) Ben Stokes (England) (184 runs and three wickets) vii) Sarfraz Ahmed (Pakistan) (captain) (wicketkeeper) (76 runs and nine dismissals) viii) Adil Rashid (England) (seven wickets) ix) Junaid Khan (Pakistan) (eight wickets) x) Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India) (seven wickets) xi) Hassan Ali (Pakistan) (13 wickets) xii) Kane Williamson (New Zealand (12th) (244 runs) Dhawan and Hassan had already won the Golden Bat and Gold Ball trophies for finishing as the most successful batsman and bowler, respectively, while Tamim was selected after driving Bangladesh to its maiden semi-final in a major ICC event. Pakistan?s Fakhar Zaman was picked as Dhawan?s opening partner after he aggregated 252 runs in four matches at a strike-rate of 113, following scores of 31 against South Africa, 50 against Sri Lanka, 57 against England in the semi-final and 114 against India in the final. Joe Root was rewarded for his 258 runs in the tournament, while Ben Stokes was selected as an all-rounder following his aggregate of 184 runs and three wickets. Fast bowlers Junaid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Hassan shared 28 wickets between them in the tournament, while wrist-spinner Rashid finished with seven wickets with an economy rate of 4.73. Sarfraz was chosen as the captain following his inspirational leadership during the 18-day tournament that was the cornerstone of his team?s 180-run victory over India in front of a full house. Pakistan had started disastrously when it suffered a 124-run thrashing at the hands of India, before it bounced back to defeat South Africa by 19 runs, Sri Lanka by three wickets and England in the semi-final by eight wickets. Fast bowlers Junaid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Hassan shared 28 wickets between them in the tournament. Sarfraz also won the Player of the Match award in the match against Sri Lanka when Pakistan, chasing 237 runs for victory, had slipped from 74 for one to 162 for seven. Sarfraz, who came out to bat at number six with the scoreboard reading 110 for four, returned unbeaten on 61 from 79 balls with five fours. Pakistan had entered the tournament ranked eighth on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings, but courtesy its victories against higher-ranked sides, finished in sixth place, which means it now looks well set to qualify automatically for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. ?To be appointed as captain of the Team of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which includes some of the finest and most attractive cricketers of this generation, is the perfect icing on the cake,? remarked Sarfraz. ?But I am more happy and delighted for players like Fakhar Zaman and Hassan Ali, who impressed their peers through their talent and performances, and found their way in the side. These two lads, plus Shadab Khan, are the future of Pakistan cricket and I sincerely hope they will only go in the upward direction from here. ?The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 has been a fairytale journey for the Pakistan cricket team. The event showed the team?s grit and ability to bounce back solidly when the chips are down. I am confident that the faith and trust of the Pakistan cricket team will be strengthened with this performance of the side.?