Tag: Partners

Partners Qureshi, Bopanna divided by Pak-Indo clash

NEW DELHI - Pakistan's Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and his Indian tennis doubles partner Rohan Bopanna insisted that the World Cup semi-final between their two nations will not shatter their friendship.
Bopanna and Qureshi, who have used their on-court careers to also promote their "Stop War Start Tennis" campaign, hope the clash in Mohali won't spill over into their ongoing tournament commitments in Miami.
Qureshi, whose friendship with Bopanna stretches back 16 years, said that

Double Shah’s partner’s case re-opened

LAHORE - An accountability court on Friday re-opened the case filed against Syed Fiaz Hussain Shah, partner of Syed Sibt-ul-Hassan Saha alias Double Shah, while fixing February 3 as the date of hearing.
Earlier, the case was consigned to record, owing to accused' non-appearance. Yesterday, the court issued show-cause notice to investigation officer of the reference as to why he had not yet filed the list of properties of the accused.
Fiaz Shah was co-accused in a financial

Departments bifurcated to adjust coalition partners

KARACHI - As the year 2010 ends, the highlight of the year remains how the PPP-led Sindh government divided a number of provincial departments only to gratify elected and non-elected leaders of ruling as well as coalition partners without creating any new job opportunities.
Although, a number of government departments were bifurcated, not a single vacancy was created to provide jobs to the unemployed youth. Analysts say that bifurcation of administrative departments is only

Don’t issue hostile statements against partners, Zardari to PPP ministers

KARACHI - President Asif Ali Zardari has said that lawmakers and ministers of the Pakistan People's Party should refrain from issuing hostile statements against coalition partners, and expressed hope that misunderstandings between the partners would soon be resolved.
During his meeting with the ministers, advisers and the lawmakers at the Bilawal House, and later talking to Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, President Zardari said reservations expressed by the MQM were being