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  1. Punjab Assembly has a total of 371 members, of which, at the moment, 20 seats are vacant and are up for re-polling on July 17
  2. If PML-Q, MQM-P and BAP parties join the Opposition, the PTI ruling alliance's strength will fall to 162 from 179
  3. ?India-Pakistan is always a huge, huge game. This clash is not the one to be missed," Lance Klusener says
  4. Interim information and law minister Ali Zafar. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: Barrister Ali Zafar, the caretaker minister for information and law, said on Thursday that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) works according to its own mandate and...
  5. Sevilla president Jose Castro walks on the pitch before the Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla match of the Spanish King's Cup in Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain, January 17, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez MADRID: A 22-year-old man was rushed to hospital in a serious condition after being stabbed near Atletico Madrid?s Wanda Metropolitano stadium before a King?s Cup game between Atletico and Sevilla on Wednesday, emergency services said. Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported that the male was wearing a shirt saying ?Frente Atletico? ? the Madrid side?s notorious ?ultra? group of supporters ? and was stabbed during a fight outside the Las Musas metro station. ?Civil Protection has stabilized and taken a 22-year-old male in a serious condition to the La Paz hospital after he sustained three stabbed wounds, in the thigh, arm and back,? Madrid?s emergency services said on Twitter. ?The events occurred on Avenida de Niza. The male was attended to immediately by Civil Protection officers present in the vicinity of the Wanda Metropolitano.?
  6. Parliament of Pakistan. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The opposition will attempt to pass in the National Assembly today a bill seeking to restrict disqualified parliamentarians from heading a political party. On October 23, the opposition-controlled Senate passed the Elections (Amendment) Bill 2017 with a majority vote, banning disqualified persons from taking part in political activities. The bill had been put forward by leaders of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), among other opposition parties' members. The amendment in section 203 of the Elections Act 2017 seeks to reimpose a ban on disqualified persons from taking part in political activities. Imran Khan challenges Election Reforms Act 2017 in Supreme Court The PTI leader also stated that the Act is against Political Parties Order 2002, and in direct conflict with Article 204, 175 of the constitution Earlier, the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) managed to pass the Elections Act, 2017 from the National Assembly and then the Senate to allow former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to head the PML-N once more after his disqualification by the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case. Earlier electoral laws had barred disqualified persons from heading political parties. Game of numbers At present, the government and its allies number 213 ? the PML-N has 188 members, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl 13, PML-Functional 5, Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party 3, National Peoples party 2, PML-Zia 1 and National Party 1. Meanwhile, the opposition parties' numbers are as follows: PPP 47, PTI 33, Muttahida Qaumi Movement 24, Jamaat-e-Islami 4, Awami National Party 2, PML-Quaid 2, Balochistan National Party 1, Qaumi Watan Party 1, All Pakistan Muslim League 1 and Awami Jamhoori Ittehad Pakistan 1. Moreover, there are 10 independents in the lower house. Since the PML-N holds a majority in the National Assembly, it is unlikely that the bill will be passed. Senate unanimously passes Election (Amendment) Bill 2017 The bill has restored the finality of Prophethood declaration to its original form If the lower house rejects the bill, the matter will go to a joint sitting of Parliament where the PML-N and its allies will still outnumber the combined opposition. However, of late, the PML-N has been struggling to ensure the presence of its lawmakers in the National Assembly. This was seen most recently when, earlier this month, the government failed to ensure the quorum in the lower house while attempting to pass the delimitation bill. Moreover, since Nawaz's disqualification, the opposition parties have claimed time and again that there are fissures in the PML-N, with dozens of party lawmakers ready to jump ship.
  7. Mexican indigenous teenager Liliana Gonzalez, 14, goalkeeper of the Lioness FC soccer team takes part in a training session at Metepec community, Mexico state on November 6, 2017. Photo: AFP San Felipe del Progreso: Guadalupe Garcia, an indigenous Mexican woman, was working as a maid when she fell in love -- not with her boss, like a hackneyed telenovela plot, but with football. Garcia, a petite but powerful athlete with a sharp mind and wide smile, was not allowed to play football growing up as a poor Mazahua indigenous girl in the small village of San Juan Coajomulco. She got her first chance as a young adult, and discovered that football is "an act of rebellion" in a country where the sport is still seen as a boys´ game, she says. Garcia will be a keynote speaker this week at the Women´s Forum Mexico, an event designed to bring together influential voices to address the deep-rooted problems facing women in the country. Players of the Mazahua soccer team stretch before the match against "Hadas B" team of the Mexican Women Soccer league, Premier category, in San Felipe del Progreso, Mexican state on October 29, 2017. Today Garcia, 34, runs a football club for Mazahua girls and young women, using the sport to empower them in a country where machismo runs deep and violence against women is rampant. Her goal, she says, is to instill in them a vital message: "This body is mine, and nobody touches it unless I want." The state of Mexico, where she lives, has the worst rate of deadly violence against women in the country. Last year, at least 263 women were murdered in the central state, according to the rights group OCNF. Their bodies turn up almost daily -- raped, mutilated, half-burnt, floating in rivers of sewage or even buried in their murderers´ yards. Daysi Cruz Sanchez of the Mazahua soccer team vies for the ball during the match against "Hadas B" team at of the Mexican Women Soccer league, Premier category, in San Felipe del Progreso, Mexican state on October 29, 2017. Photo: AFP Since Garcia founded her programme two years ago, she has coached around 300 Mazahua girls in the skills of life and football. The game is still largely forbidden in their world -- a deeply traditional one, where men hold the power, girls are often removed from school to marry young, and many families refuse to let their daughters "open their legs" running around a football pitch. "We have to get each other´s backs!" Garcia tells her girls in a pep talk before one recent match between the Seleccion Mazahua -- a club with 25 players aged 16 to 26 -- and a local private school, both playing in the first division of the Mexican Women´s Football League. Her club went on to lose 4-1. It doesn´t matter to Garcia. The important thing is empowering them, she says. Bloody family history Garcia knows the horrific problem of gender violence up close. "My mother was orphaned at 11 years old when my grandfather beat my grandmother to death," she says. Her father was an alcoholic, and her family forced her two sisters to get married at 14 and 15 years old. She herself was sent to work as a maid. Mexican indigenous teenager Liliana Gonzalez, 14, goalkeeper of the Lioness FC soccer team talks to AFP during a training session at Metepec community, Mexico state on November 6, 2017. Photo: AFP "But I liked to read, and that enabled me to discover things... which made me disobedient," she says with a sly smile. Fired from her job, she started playing in amateur football clubs. "Taking to the football pitch has been an act of rebellion for me," she says. "It enabled me to avoid getting pregnant as a teenager, getting married too young." She got married at 23, and now has two children. It hasn´t diminished her passion for her football program, which is financed by several Mexican rights groups. Girl power Although winning isn´t Garcia´s main goal, she has shown a knack for grooming talented young recruits. Four of her girls currently play for private clubs on scholarships that cover their education, housing and living expenses. One, 14-year-old Liliana Gonzalez, is being scouted by the Mexican national team. She is the star keeper for Lioness FC, in the city of Metepec. Ivette Anayancy Monroy (C) of the Mazahua soccer team vies for the ball during the match against "Hadas B" team at the Mexican Women Soccer league, Premier category, in San Felipe del Progreso, Mexican state on October 29, 2017. Photo: AFP Football, she says, "is a way to fight back against machismo -- with a ball." Rocio Lopez, 26, is one of Garcia´s current stars. The head of an indigenous education centre, she can be found scoring goals in her free time on the club´s pitch, a field surrounded by dry corn cobs. "Men are learning that we are just as good as they are," she says defiantly, her mouth bright with orange lipstick. "If they can wear shorts, we can too. If they can kick a ball, we can too."
  8. Every guy has a favourite denim that he loves and pairs it up with every possible thing. From t-shirts and shirts to even blazers, denim can turn a look from drab to fab in no time. And men can go years without changing their denim style. It’s that guilty pleasure that you just can’t do without, but trust us guys, it’s time you explore the denim market out there and move on from those old jeans you’ve not had the heart to part with since high school. There is a lot more to denim than just the regular fit. It’s all about experimenting and finding out what fit goes better with which look. Enroute this denim discovery, you might just find yourself a denim fit that may become a complete game changer for you. So, are you ready to explore the world of denim? Well, ready or not, here we go! 1. Frazer: Mid Rise Straight Numero Uno Frazer is a relaxed denim fit that is a little loose from the waist to the leg opening. For those who hate body-hugging denim, this one’s perfect as it doesn’t stick to your skin at all and hangs loose. 2. Roger: Mid Rise Tapered Numero Uno Commonly known as the regular fit, the Roger fit is a mid-rise straight fit denim with a large leg opening. The trouser falls straight from the knee to the hem. This is one denim fit that goes with every body type but is best suited for those who prefer tucking in their shirts. 3. David: Low Rise Skinny Numero Uno Skinny is millennial entry to the denim market. A tight fitting variant of the denim family, this kind of denim is body-fitting from waist to the hem. The low rise skinny denim offers a more relaxed fit and sits below the belly button. This kind of denim is a tricky one to pull off by all and is best suited to men with a leaner body frame. 4. Marc: Mid-Rise Classic Slim Numero Uno A better version of the skinny fit, the mid-rise classic slim doesn’t set too tight or too loose on your body. It has a slim fit through the thigh with a narrow leg opening at the bottom. This mid-rise fit is suitable for men with an athletic body and also those who love to tuck in their shirts. 5. Martin: Low-Rise Tapered Numero Uno The low-rise tapered fit sets further below the navel and is just as comfortable as the Roger fit. However, the low-rise waistline suits men with a leaner body than a beer belly. Tucking in your shirts with this denim choice is a complete no, as it highlights your waistline. 6. Morice: Low-Rise Slim Numero Uno The low-rise denim is more fitted at the hip area. While the slim fit might be a comfortable choice, going with a low-rise version might not necessarily be everyone’s cup of tea. If you have a moderate waistline and confidence to pull off tight-fitted denim (a little looser than the skinny denim) with a cool tee and funky sneakers, we suggest you go for the kill! Choosing the right denim for your body type may be a series of trials and errors, but understanding the different fits available helps everything fall in the right place. Helping you understand your denim fit better, the real denim brand Numero Uno has sorted their denims out just for you, based on the different fittings, making it easier for you to take your pick. Don’t spend another season with those ill-fitted denims, head out and shop for the right pair, now!
  9. The Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) is set to announce the final budget of its five-year term later today, as general elections loom around the corner. Here's a brief visual comparison at the past budgets announced by the PML-N government over the past four years.
  10. The year 2017 has already proved to be the 'year of change' for Indian cricket. From Anurag Thakur's ouster as BCCI supremo to MS Dhoni renouncing his captaincy, the first few weeks of the new year has already proved decisive for India's most popular sport. While some of the recent changes have come out as a major jolt for Indian cricket, the latest in the list promises to be productive and will surely be appreciated by the players and fans alike. With all eyes on the upcoming ODI series against England, the Indian cricket team has introduced a new jersey for the national side which includes "4D Quickness" and "Zero Distractions" features. © Twitter According to the BCCI, Team India sponsor - Nike - has come up with the "most innovative kit" for the side after their consultation with the players. "The game has evolved; so have the requirements of the game and the needs of the athletes. Nike designers engaged with the Indian cricket team athletes to help understand their demands to create the most innovative team kit for Team India," BCCI revealed. The key feature in the new kit includes "4D Quickness" which provides multi-directional and multi-dimensional stretch for quickness along with tuned breathability that helps with temperature regulation to keel athletes cool. On the other hand, the "Zero Distractions" feature will help the Indian cricketers to minimize distractions and maximize performance on the field. © Twitter In a bid to inspire young athletes to play sport, the Indian national team members also gave a sneak peek into their early challenges and how their self-belief enabled them to reach the pinnacle of the sport. Virat Kohli © BCCL India's newly-appointed limited-overs captain spoke about the importance of treating sport and life equally and told BCCI, "We have always been told to treat life and sport differently, which is very wrong. On the field, we are encouraged to take risks but then in life you need to be safe! It’s a huge gap that needs to be bridged." "Cricket has taught me everything I know about life. I truly believe that sport helps shape your character as an individual; all you need is to believe in yourself. The self-belief that I learnt on the field makes me believe that I can accomplish anything on or off the field,” he added. Harmanpreet Kaur © BCCL India's T20 skipper who recently guided her side to the Asia Cup title shared the early struggles she faced in her cricketing career. "I started playing cricket with the boys and I loved the sport from the first time I held a bat. People didn’t want me to play cricket, they said you don’t have a future in it. Surrendering under pressure I attended a hockey camp but that just reinstated my love for cricket," Harmanpreet told BCCI. "I believed I could play for the Indian team one day; but first I needed to play in a women’s team to get noticed. The biggest struggle was to get 11 girls on the field to make a team; I remember even coaching the girls at every practice session,” she concluded. MS Dhoni © BCCL Amid innumerable technological advancements, the game of cricket has also evolved over the years. And, so have the requirements of the game, instigating a drastic change in the needs of the athletes. India's most-successful captain of all time, MS Dhoni, gave his insight on the new kit. "The game has been evolving over the years and the need to have kits that are designed to suit the modern game has always been the priority for the team management and Nike. Features like the 4D quickness and Zero distractions will definitely help the team on the field," he told BCCI. Team India's new ODI jersey will be available at select Nike retail from 12 January, 2017.
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