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Safar 4,1436 AH

Fajar: 5.24 am
Zohar: 12.14 pm
Asar: 4.04 pm
Maghrib: 5.46 pm
Isha: 6.57 pm
Sunset today 5.40 pm
sunrise tomorrow 6.29 am
Moonrise tomorrow 11.28 am
Moonset today 11.28 pm

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Pakistan cricket fans held candlelight vigil to mourn for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes who died on Thursday (Photo: AP)
28th Nov, 2014
At least 200 people gather at Clifton, in memory of Hughesy
Former Australian cricketers, including fast bowler Brett Lee, spoke in support of Sean Abbott whose bouncer ended Phil Hughes' life (Photo: AFP)
28th Nov, 2014
Former cricketers extend support for bowler whose bouncer ended Phil Hughes’ life
28th Nov, 2014
Shocked by his sudden death of Phillip Hughes, cricket family comes together to pay its tributes
The Indian team who is currently touring Australia issued an official statement offering its condolences to Phillip Hughes' family. Photo: BCCI/ File
28th Nov, 2014
The Indian team in Australia offered its condolences to Hughes’ family
former India captain Rahul Dravid said that It is a really sad and depressing day for cricket. It is really hard, probably one of the worst days
28th Nov, 2014
Former Indian captain termed this day as one of the worst days of cricket
Australia cricketers David Warner (right) and Matthew Wade are distraught as they leave the St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, following Hughes’ death. 	— AFP
28th Nov, 2014
Cricket world plunged into mourning after the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes
Sean Abbott during a domestic match in Australia. Photo: Screengrab
27th Nov, 2014
At this hour, apart from Hughes’ soul, save your prayers for this young man
Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad - who got injured in the first Test against New Zealand - has recovered (Photo: AFP)
27th Nov, 2014
Pakistan opener – hit by short-pitch Corey Anderson delivery – back to business