Discarded Pakistan opener Imran Nazir believes that his career is far from over and he deserve another chance. “When I look at the Pakistan one-day and twenty20 sides, I feel there is…
LONDON – Lord Nazir Ahmed, member of Britain’s House of Lords, asked British Prime Minister David Cameron in a letter on Thursday to send former president Pervez Musharraf back to Pakistan to face cases pending against him in Pakistani courts.
Ahmed demanded that Musharraf be extradited immediately because he was alleged to have been a part of a broad conspiracy to murder former prime minster Benazir Bhutto. He said that a Rawalpindi court had issued arrest warrants for Musharraf
Lahore – British House of Lords member Lord Nazir Ahmad attended the opening ceremony of an education project James’s new campus at Ravi Block on Monday. He said, “No society can prosper without education; a homogenous education system for both rich and poor is the need of the hour.” He said if the politicians wanted democracy they should prefer national interest to individual interests.
Pakistan Tehrek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Lahore President Mian Mahmood-ur-Rasheed, Cahirman, Zafar
LAHORE – UK House of Commons Member Lord Nazir Ahmed on Saturday visited the Punjab University (PU) and called on Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr Mujahid Kamran at the varsity’s New Campus.
Matters of mutual interest and academic and research collaboration between the PU and British universities were discussed in the meeting. The VC briefed Nazir about the ongoing academic and research projects of the varsity and said that special focus is being given to research promotion and huge funds
Lahore – UK House of Commons Member Lord Nazir Ahmed visited the Emergency Services Academy on Friday and lauded the services of the Rescue 1122 particularly its response time of seven minutes and pledged support in capacity building of Rescue 1122 staff from the UK.
According to details, Nazir along with Councilor Jahangir Akhtar and Councilor Rotherhan Westward visited the Emergency Services Academy where he was briefed on various emergency training being imparted to rescuers.
LAHORE: Pakistan team led by Shoaib Malik lived up to expectations as they overpowered arch-rivals India to win the opener of the Hong Kong Super Sixes event at the Kowloon Cricket Club on Saturday.
Pakistan swept to a 22-run victory over India to be well-placed in the preliminary round Sobers Group on the opening day of the US$150,000 tournament which saw more than three-quarters of the programme cancelled due to rain.
“It’s always good to start with a win,” a website