Madrassas purportedly ‘pervaded’ with sexual manhandle of minors

Madrassas purportedly ‘pervaded’ with sexual manhandle of minors

the examination shed light on this marvel, which is expressed to be pervasive all through the nation from confined provincial groups to urban cities. It is depicted as being disregarded because of the energy of pastors and social repugnance for talking about sexual mishandle of any shape. This is both...

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American lady depicts fierce treatment by Taliban captors

American lady depicts fierce treatment by Taliban captors

Caitlan Coleman, 31 who was stole while going in Afghanistan with her Canadian spouse, Joshua Boyle, 34, and had three children in bondage, depicted the ruthless treatment her family endured in imprisonment, in an interview with ABC News.   She said some of their watchmen “hated children” and focused on...

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Pakistan refused demand utilization of chinses currency

Pakistan refused demand utilization of chinses currency

Pakistan has rejected china’s request to enable its currency to be utilized in Gwadar under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor framework contending any such move would trade off its monetary sway.   Pakistan passed on its last position on the utilization of the foreign money in its domain to the Chinese...

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7 reasons why sitting more in a squat and less in a chair improves your health

7 reasons why sitting more in a squat and less in a chair improves your health

One of the first things that surprised me upon arriving in India was the ease with which people did their daily activities sitting on their haunches. Especially outside the big cities, people cook, bathe, talk, wait and even rest in this position. This form of squatting, however, is peculiar. Most people do it...

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Khan, Tareen disqualification case: ‘A trust is an asset,’ argues PML-N’s Hanif Abbasi

Khan, Tareen disqualification case: ‘A trust is an asset,’ argues PML-N’s Hanif Abbasi

PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi on Tuesday filed before the Supreme Court a written response pertaining to the “nature of a beneficial interest in trust relationships.” On Nov 15, a three-member bench of the apex court — headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar and comprising Justice Faisal Arab and Justice Umar...

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India’s candidate re-elected to International Court of Justice as Britain pulls out of race

India’s candidate re-elected to International Court of Justice as Britain pulls out of race

Britain on Monday pulled its candidate from a hard-fought race for a seat on the International Court of Justice (ICJ), allowing a judge from India to take the position. It will be the first time since the ICJ was established in 1945 that there will be no British judge. The election had...

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Love Wins: The  story of the couple who had three minutes to get married on the border between Mexico and the United States

Love Wins: The story of the couple who had three minutes to get married on the border between Mexico and the United States

The day after their wedding, Brian Houston could only touch the tips of his wife Evelia Reyes’ fingers. They both got married on Saturday at the border between Mexico and the United States. The next day they could only see each other through the metal bars that separate both countries, without...

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Security personnel martyred in exchange of fire with suspected terrorists in Turbat

Security personnel martyred in exchange of fire with suspected terrorists in Turbat

A security personnel was martyred and three others were injured in an exchange of fire with suspected terrorists in Balochistan’s Turbat area on Tuesday. The deceased’s identity has yet to be verified. According to security sources, two suspects were also killed in the incident in Turbat’s Buleda area. A search...

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Accountability court initiates proclamation proceedings against Ishaq Dar

Accountability court initiates proclamation proceedings against Ishaq Dar

ISLAMABAD:  The accountability court on Tuesday initiated proclamation proceedings against Finance Minister Ishaq Dar while dismissing his application requesting the court to allow him to be represented by a pleader in his absence, as the finance minister yet again failed to appear before the court. Dar’s counsel Qausain Faisal Mufti had...

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Kohli slams 50th ton as Sri Lanka hang on for draw

Kohli slams 50th ton as Sri Lanka hang on for draw

KOLKATA: Skipper Virat Kohli scored his 50th international century on Monday as India gave Sri Lanka a major scare before the first Test ended in a nerve-racking draw. Sri Lanka were reduced to 75-7 — with paceman Bhuvneshwar Kumar taking four wickets — as they chased 231 for victory. Under...

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Supreme Court takes notice of Faizabad sit-in

Supreme Court takes notice of Faizabad sit-in

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday took notice of the sit-in at Faizabad Interchange that has paralysed twin cities for over almost two weeks. The court was alerted to the gravity when a lawyer told Justice Mushir Alam that he could not prepare for the case because the capital...

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Dar fails to appear before accountability court again

Dar fails to appear before accountability court again

ISLAMABAD: The accountability court reserved verdict on Ishaq Dar’s application requesting the court to allow him to be represented by a pleader in his absence, as the finance minister yet again failed to appear before the court. His counsel Qausain Faisal Mufti while submitting a fresh medical report said the doctor...

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Interactive map: how many cigarettes a day makes you smoke the air of your city?

Interactive map: how many cigarettes a day makes you smoke the air of your city?

India received a congratulation from the World Health Organization on the most recent World No Tobacco Day for its low levels of cigarette smokers. His average of 111 cigarettes per adult per year is one of the lowest on the planet. However, thousands of people in the capital, New Delhi , involuntarily “smoke”...

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The most vulnerable body parts when you play soccer

The most vulnerable body parts when you play soccer

Those occasional soccer games with friends or with colleagues in the office are for spreading and doing some exercise. However, they also have a competitive side. We can be a little past kilos, up in years or lack of sleep for the party on Friday night, but we always want to show...

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When Popeye’s arm stops being a symbol of strength and becomes undesirable

When Popeye’s arm stops being a symbol of strength and becomes undesirable

If you remember Popeye the sailor, surely there are three things that come to mind: the pipe, his love for spinach and the tremendous arms that came out when he took them. The muscular arm of this cartoon that entertained many generations with their adventures to rescue Olivia from her ultra enemy Brutus derived...

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Pakistan nears its moment of truth

Pakistan nears its moment of truth

ISLAMABAD: The government already had its hands full dealing with internal problems including the ongoing Islamabad sit-in by religious groups, and now it has to decide on a tricky foreign policy matter that will have both domestic and external repercussions. Pakistan needs to finalise the extent of its participation in the...

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Angela Merkel, willing to stand as a candidate in case of new elections

Angela Merkel, willing to stand as a candidate in case of new elections

The acting German chancellor said she prefers new elections to a possible minority government. In an interview, she expressed her willingness to lead her party in case of a new electoral process. The president of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Angela Merkel, today announced her desire to re-lead her party should...

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The selfie of Miss Iraq and Miss Israel, candidates for Miss Universe, which caused controversy in social networks

The selfie of Miss Iraq and Miss Israel, candidates for Miss Universe, which caused controversy in social networks

As Miss Universe 2017 contestants congregate in Las Vegas, it’s not surprising that many of them are looking for opportunities to photograph together. But when Miss Iraq, Sarah Eadan, published a selfie with her partner, Miss Israel, Adar Gandelsman, they did not foresee the enormous and varied reaction they would...

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6 indicators in which the United States is at the level of the underdeveloped countries

6 indicators in which the United States is at the level of the underdeveloped countries

“We are becoming a third world country,” was the warning issued by Donald Trump on June 16, 2015, when he announced his candidacy for the presidency of the United States. The claim, which Trump repeated on other occasions during the almost year and a half of the election campaign, was...

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Trump declares North Korea “sponsor of terrorism”

Trump declares North Korea “sponsor of terrorism”

Currently, the list of these countries is made up of Iran, Syria and Sudan. Trump also insisted on the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. US President Donald Trump today announced his decision to declare North Korea as a “sponsor of terrorism” and include it in a list...

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Smart hearing aids and other technologies that block the sound of snoring and annoying noises

Smart hearing aids and other technologies that block the sound of snoring and annoying noises

Trying to fall asleep while your partner snores at full volume has become the worst nightmare for many people around the world. While one sleeps placidly, emitting a nasal bellows that make the entire house shake, the one on the other side of the bed fights with the noise made...

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How Lilly Singh “Superwoman” became the woman who earns more money on YouTube

How Lilly Singh “Superwoman” became the woman who earns more money on YouTube

To become a “YouTube superhero” and to conquer its hundreds of millions of its users, it is not necessary to have superpowers, but they lack two indispensable qualities: talent and dedication. Lilly Singh is proof of that. The 28-year-old Canadian of Indian descent, who calls herself “Superwoman,” is the best-paid woman...

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Opposition to table Elections (Amendment) Bill in NA today

Opposition to table Elections (Amendment) Bill in NA today

ISLAMABAD: With the opposition poised to table today a bill that seeks to undo a clause of the Elections Act 2017 which paved the way for ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif to head his party, the National Assembly’s session is likely to witness political squabbling. The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)...

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