British pop musician Elton John to quit touring, Daily Mirror says

British pop musician Elton John to quit touring, Daily Mirror says

LONDON (Reuters) – British pop musician Elton John is to quit touring after nearly 50 years, the Daily Mirror reported. The 70-year-old star, whose record sales have been in decline in recent years, is calling time on the road after one last world tour, the newspaper said. The newspaper said...

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Zainab murder case accused sent on 14-day remand, presented in ATC

Zainab murder case accused sent on 14-day remand, presented in ATC

LAHORE: A special anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Lahore approved the 14-day remand of Imran — the man accused in Zainab rape, murder case The man, who was arrested for the rape and murder of minor Zainab earlier this week, was presented in court earlier today in Lahore. A 15-day remand...

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nominations for the 2018 Academy Awards

nominations for the 2018 Academy Awards

LOS ANGELES – Nominations for the 2018 Oscars, or Academy Awards, the highest honors in the movie industry, were announced on Tuesday. The awards will be handed out on March 4 at a ceremony in Hollywood hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel. Best Picture Call Me by Your Name Darkest Hour...

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Zainab’s parents demand arrest of suspect Imran’s facilitators

Zainab’s parents demand arrest of suspect Imran’s facilitators

KASUR: Parents of seven-year-old Zainab, who was raped and murdered before being dumped in a garbage heap earlier this month, have demanded arrest of suspect Imran’s facilitators. In an interview to Geo News on Wednesday, Amin Ansari, the victim’s father, alleged that Imran, who was arrested earlier this week for...

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Police carry out raids to arrest Rao Anwar, other policemen in Naqeeb murder case

Police carry out raids to arrest Rao Anwar, other policemen in Naqeeb murder case

KARACHI: Police have been carrying out raids to arrest beleaguered SSP Malir Rao Anwar and seven other policemen nominated in an FIR of Naqeebullah Mehsud’s ‘extrajudicial’ killing. This was stated by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) East Sultan Khawaja on Wednesday while talking to the media. He said police have also...

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Intezar case: IO summons former SSP ACLC Muqaddas Haider to record statement

Intezar case: IO summons former SSP ACLC Muqaddas Haider to record statement

KARACHI: The investigation officer probing Intezar Ahmed killing case summoned former SSP Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) Muqaddas Haider to record his statement on Wednesday. DIG Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) Aamir Farooqi also recorded statements of police officials arrested in the case. Ishtiaq Ahmed, the father of the slain youth Intezar...

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Zodiac Signs That Are Marriage Material, Ranked From Best To Worst

Zodiac Signs That Are Marriage Material, Ranked From Best To Worst

If you dream of your big day, you are likely curious about who will make the best partner for such an endeavor. Making the decision to spend the rest of your life with someone is nothing to take lightly — like consulting your horoscope for an answer — and you’ve likely given the...

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Didn’t intend to hurt feelings, says CJP after woman’s skirt reference

Didn’t intend to hurt feelings, says CJP after woman’s skirt reference

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar apologised on Wednesday “if his recent remarks in Karachi hurt someone’s feelings”. The chief justice, in a recent speech in Karachi, had told participants: “Don’t think I’ve written a long speech. I was always told, ‘a speech should be like a...

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What’s behind the unstoppable success of Netflix in 2017

What’s behind the unstoppable success of Netflix in 2017

2017 was a year round for Netflix. In the last quarter alone, the online movie and series platform added 8.3 million new customers, surpassing 117 million subscribers (and Wall Street analysts’ estimates of more than two million). Your stock market shares are constantly rising . And they went up even more after the...

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‘Pakistan has never bowed down to US pressure nor does it intend to do now’

‘Pakistan has never bowed down to US pressure nor does it intend to do now’

Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif insists that Pakistan reserves the right to its defence and will neither evolve its nuclear policy nor change it on Washington’s orders. Talking to media persons in Davos, Switzerland, he said, “Pakistan will neither evolve its nuclear policy under the US permission nor change it...

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