Apple shareholders ask company to study iPhone addiction in children

Apple shareholders ask company to study iPhone addiction in children

Two large shareholders have urged Apple to study whether iPhones are proving addictive for children and that intensive use of the smartphones may be bad for their mental health, Bloomberg News reported Monday. “There is a growing body of evidence that, for at least some of the most frequent young...

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Meera’s sister is gearing up for her TV debut alongside Shahroz Sabzwari

Meera’s sister is gearing up for her TV debut alongside Shahroz Sabzwari

Meera’s sister Shaista is thrilled to start her acting career. The corporate lawyer has turned to acting with her upcoming drama alongside Shahroz Sabzwari. Images got in touch with Shaista who says the project is a grand one to watch out for. “The drama is called Seap, which means sea shore...

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Malpractices at private medical colleges have eroded value of Pakistani degrees, notes SC

Malpractices at private medical colleges have eroded value of Pakistani degrees, notes SC

The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday, during a suo moto hearing on the matter of private medical colleges’ exorbitant fees, sought an explanation from Pakistan Medical and Dental Council’s (PMDC) former vice-president, Dr Asim Hussain, on why he devised policies that benefited private medical colleges. A three-member SC bench, led...

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PML-N dissidents, opposition lawmakers refuse to meet PM Abbasi during Quetta visit

PML-N dissidents, opposition lawmakers refuse to meet PM Abbasi during Quetta visit

The opposition in the Balochistan Assembly on Monday turned down an invitation for a meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, who is scheduled to visit Quetta later in the day in an effort to garner support for beleaguered Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, who currently faces a vote of no-confidence in...

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Arsenal knocked out of FA Cup by Nottingham Forest

Arsenal knocked out of FA Cup by Nottingham Forest

LONDON:  FA Cup holders Arsenal were sensationally dumped out of the competition by Nottingham Forest on Sunday, joining Leeds United as big-name casualties on a day of shocks. Elsewhere, West Ham stayed alive with a goalless draw at Shrewsbury and Tottenham scored three goals in eight second-half minutes to see off...

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Ajmal urges bowlers to improve in second ODI

Ajmal urges bowlers to improve in second ODI

KARACHI: Former spin maestro Saeed Ajmal has called on Pakistan’s bowlers to deliver the goods going into the second ODI against New Zealand after they conceded more than 300 runs in the first game. The Men in Green ultimately lost that game at Wellington by 61 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method...

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4 cricketers arrested in India-held Kashmir for playing Pakistani national anthem before match

4 cricketers arrested in India-held Kashmir for playing Pakistani national anthem before match

Police in India-held Kashmir on Sunday arrested four cricketers for playing the Pakistani national anthem before the start of a cricket match in Bandipora district, Times of India reported. The two teams that participated in the cricket match on January 4 were booked and four players were arrested for honouring...

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Actor Lindsay Lohan eyes Batgirl role

Actor Lindsay Lohan eyes Batgirl role

Lindsay Lohan has expressed a wish to play the DC character Batgirl in Joss Whedon directed film. This may be Lohan’s attempt to revive her floundering career, and we cannot really blame her for that. American actor Lindsay Lohan has expressed a wish to play the DC character Batgirl in...

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Who was Fearless Nadia?

Who was Fearless Nadia?

Fearless Nadia represented a profound shift in the way women were portrayed in Indian cinema, usually as vamps, virgins or victims, and became what no woman had ever been before — the hero. If reports are to be believed, Kangana Ranaut’s character “Jaanbaaz Miss Julia” in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Rangoon heavily...

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Trump tweet on nuclear button keeps North Korea’s Kim ‘on his toes’: Haley

Trump tweet on nuclear button keeps North Korea’s Kim ‘on his toes’: Haley

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s tweet about having a bigger nuclear button than Kim Jong Un’s has kept the North Korean leader “on his toes” and made clear the risks of a nuclear standoff, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday. After Kim asserted...

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