British High Commissioner summoned over ‘malicious’ anti-Pakistan slogans on London cabs

British High Commissioner summoned over ‘malicious’ anti-Pakistan slogans on London cabs

Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua summoned the British High Commissioner in Pakistan Thomas Drew on Friday over slogans being displayed on London cabs “that directly attack Pakistan’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.” According to a statement released by the Foreign Office, “the high commissioner was informed that Pakistan, in line with the...

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Sarfraz Ahmad dismisses Dinesh Chandimal’s witchcraft claim

Sarfraz Ahmad dismisses Dinesh Chandimal’s witchcraft claim

Pakistan cricket team skipper Sarfraz Ahmad has on Friday overtly dismissed Chandimal’s witchcraft claims and termed poor batting as main cause of defeat in Sri Lanka Test series. Former captain Mohammad Yousaf also rejected Chandimal’s remarks and said there is no space for such bullshit remark in cricket. Earlier, Sri...

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10 Signs you are in a toxic relationship

10 Signs you are in a toxic relationship

Are you in an insane relationship? Is it really love or just a whim? Here are the 10 warning signs that tell you if you are in an insane relationship: 1. Your personal growth can not develop in the relationship Healthy relationships offer a safe haven for personal growth. Those who feel...

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NAB Challenges bail of Capt (retd) Mohammad Safdar

NAB Challenges bail of Capt (retd) Mohammad Safdar

The National Accountability Bureau on Friday challenged Capt (retd) Mohammed Safdar’s release on bail in the Islamabad High Court. According to the Express News, NAB has argued in the petition that only the high courts can issue bails after arrest warrants of a person have been issued, adding that the...

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4 scientists explain how poverty can affect our brain

4 scientists explain how poverty can affect our brain

What price does our brains charge poverty? Children from more disadvantaged backgrounds generally perform worse in school. This may be due to poor nutrition, stress due to the family environment in which they live or the lack of attention they receive from their parents, among other factors. But an increasing...

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‘I think I’m needed more in Pakistan than in India’ – Shan on entering Bollywood

‘I think I’m needed more in Pakistan than in India’ – Shan on entering Bollywood

Ahead of the release of his directorial comeback Arth 2, Shaan Shahid is doing the usual press rounds, during which he stopped by the BBC studios for a quick Q&A with anchor Geeta Krishna-Murthy. Unfortunately, though, his interview was barely about Arth. While he touched on how exactly he adapted Mahesh Bhatt’s 1982 classic...

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A decade has passed since  Gen (retd) Musharraf imposed emergency

A decade has passed since Gen (retd) Musharraf imposed emergency

With a popularity low minimum, Musharraf faces presidential, legislative and regional elections, scheduled for autumn. If abroad the general has the backing of the United States, in the interior an increasingly powerful opposition demands change. The kidnapping of hundreds of people in the Islamabad Red Mosque by Islamists and the subsequent...

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Institutions need to work within constitutional limits: Raza Rabbani

Institutions need to work within constitutional limits: Raza Rabbani

Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani, during a debate on institutional powers in the Senate on Friday, said that all institutions need to correct their directions and work within the constitutional limits. Rabbani said that determining the authority of institutions is a very important matter and that all institutions should work...

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Celebrating Housewives Day with some funny wife posts!

Celebrating Housewives Day with some funny wife posts!

They say you should never air your dirty laundry in public, but sometimes revealing something to the wider world is worth it. No more so than in the case of these posts, written by frustrated and tongue-in-cheek husbands and wives, who are playing up to the idea that they’re being...

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How the world woke up poorer and why it’s not just a matter of statistics

How the world woke up poorer and why it’s not just a matter of statistics

It seems a pretty easy question: how many people in the world live in poverty? In practice it is not. Until a few days ago, the standard measure for defining absolute poverty was that of the World Bank: living with less than the equivalent of US $ 1.90 per day....

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The good and the bad of iPhone X: what the first reviews of the new Apple phone say

The good and the bad of iPhone X: what the first reviews of the new Apple phone say

This Friday, November 3, Apple stores around the world expect huge ranks: iPhone X, the most expensive cell phone in the ten years of mobile device history, goes on sale. The “leap forward” of the Cupertino company, in California (United States), has a price of US $ 999 and several news worthy of...

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Murder of Shahzeb Khan: Shahrukh Jatoi failed to appear before court today – Will justice prevail?

Murder of Shahzeb Khan: Shahrukh Jatoi failed to appear before court today – Will justice prevail?

Accused in many cases, including resorting to fraudulent means to flee abroad, Shahrukh Jatoi and others have not been indicted despite a lapse of five years as jail officials have failed to present the culprit in court. The case was continuously transferred from one court to another during the past...

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Islamophobia – Combating the main myths that feed Islamophobia (Rava Special Report)

Islamophobia – Combating the main myths that feed Islamophobia (Rava Special Report)

The recent case of attack in New York has once again sparked the controversy of Islamophobia. Since Donald Trump became the president, USA has faced numerous tragedies one after another. Hundreds of people have lost their lives in past few months due to hurricanes, mass shootings and attack. However, the...

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The Top 10, 2018 Guinness Book of World Records, in pictures

The Top 10, 2018 Guinness Book of World Records, in pictures

The Longest Legs (Female) The longest legs (Female) belong to Ekaterina Lisina (Russia) and measure 132.8 cm (52.2 in) long for the left leg, and 132.2 cm (52.0 in) for right leg as measured in Penza, Russia, on June 13th 2017. The Longest Tail Cygnus, the cat with the longest...

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Security bodies role to continue in national interest, say commanders

Security bodies role to continue in national interest, say commanders

ISLAMABAD: Military co­m­­manders emphasised on Thursday that Pakistan’s on­going counterterrorism cam­paign would continue to be driven by national interest. “The forum concluded that security apparatus shall continue to perform its role in line with national interest,” military’s public affairs division said after a meeting of the corps commanders at the...

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Infertility in men: “I felt that my life was sinking”

Infertility in men: “I felt that my life was sinking”

Infertility affects 16% of couples who want to have children and in 40% of cases the cause is man, show data from the National Center for Biotechnology and Information in the United States. However, treatments to treat male infertility are outdated and scarce , according to experts at the University of Edinburgh. Most procedures...

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“Sorry, that page does not exist!”: Why Donald Trump’s Twitter account disappeared for 11 minutes

“Sorry, that page does not exist!”: Why Donald Trump’s Twitter account disappeared for 11 minutes

If at any time on Thursday you searched for Donald Trump’s Twitter account, you may have seen the message “Sorry, that page does not exist!”. The page of the president of the United States in this social network disappeared briefly. The company explained that the @realdonaldtrump account had been “deactivated” by a worker and then...

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COAS concerned as cases dry up at military courts

COAS concerned as cases dry up at military courts

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has drawn the attention of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to the lack of terrorism-related cases being transferred to military courts. He has informed the PM that the government has not forwarded any cases to military courts since January this year....

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Quaid-e-Azam’s daughter Dina Wadia passes away at 98

Quaid-e-Azam’s daughter Dina Wadia passes away at 98

LAHORE: Dina Wadia, daughter of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, passed away on Thursday at the age of 98. Dina was the only child of Jinnah and his wife Rattanbai Petit. She was born on 15th August, 1919. Dina is survived by her son Nusli Wadia. Her paternal grandparents were from Gujarat, who...

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NAB reference case adjourned till November 7

NAB reference case adjourned till November 7

The accountability court hearing a case against deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif. His daughter Maryam Nawaz and his son-in-law Capt (retd) safdar adjourned the case till November 7. The Sharif family had arrived at the judicial complex early Friday morning to appear before the accountability court for cases pertaining to...

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