PSL 2018 In Full Swing – Ticket To Cricket by Yayvo.com

PSL 2018 In Full Swing – Ticket To Cricket by Yayvo.com

It’s the start of Spring and the fragrance of cricket is already hovering overhead. Yes, it’s time for the PSL grandeur, and the first league of the week has unlocked major surprises for the fans. The matches have been tremendously intriguing so far, and the players are already on fire,...

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Did Summer Knock In Already? Watch Out! Because You Are What You Eat.

Did Summer Knock In Already? Watch Out! Because You Are What You Eat.

Finally, it’s summer time and we people are slurping water like we just chanced upon a pond! However, amidst all this guzzling to prevent dehydration we usually tend to neglect our diet. Our bodies do need oodles of water, it sure does, to replenish the lost fluids, but many of...

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Pakistan Armed Forces ranked 13th most powerful on Global Firepower Military Strength Index

Pakistan Armed Forces ranked 13th most powerful on Global Firepower Military Strength Index

KARACHI: Pakistan Armed Forces have been ranked the 13th most powerful in the world on the Global Firepower Military Strength Index 2017, according to data released by the group on its official website. The list by Global Firepower (GFP) relies on more than 50 factors to assign the 133 countries included in the...

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Syrian War and Bashar Al-Assad: Who do we Support in Syria?

Syrian War and Bashar Al-Assad: Who do we Support in Syria?

Vladimir Putin has been able to act energetically in Syria , not because he is bolder or more determined than Barack Obama, but because he has a clearer strategy . Putin has an ally: the Assad Government. He also has enemies: opponents of the regime . Support your ally and fight against those enemies. In comparison, Washington and the West are, basically,...

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In red alert: the conditions of the cold wave that hit the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe worse

In red alert: the conditions of the cold wave that hit the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe worse

It was anticipated as “the coldest period in the United Kingdom in several years”, perhaps since 1991. And its effects have been felt. The British authorities declared an unusual red weather alert for snow for part of England and Wales before the hard onslaught of storm Emma. It is expected that in...

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Inflation Slows Down And Sets In At 3.8% This February

Inflation Slows Down And Sets In At 3.8% This February

Islamabad: In response to increased food supplies, the unabating Inflation has gradually slowed down to 3.8% in February, which at the same time has also subsidized the price rise in petroleum products. Using the statistical measure of CPI, it was configured that the headline inflation indicator further decelerated to 3.8%...

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Former PM Nawaz Sharif Ends Up Landing At The Accountability Court For Corruption Hearing

Former PM Nawaz Sharif Ends Up Landing At The Accountability Court For Corruption Hearing

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has landed at the accountability court in order to hear corruption references against him and his family today. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had filed 3 interim corruption references against the entire Sharif family in September 2017, taking into consideration the Supreme Court’s verdict...

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Attack in Kabul at the pace of a NATO contractor

Attack in Kabul at the pace of a NATO contractor

The only mortal victim is a young civilian. The wounded are also civilians, since the attack missed their objective. At least one person was killed and six others were wounded this Friday (02.03.2018) in the early morning explosion of a bomb in eastern Kabul as a vehicle of contractors of the...

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What People With Depression Want You To Know: Prevalence of Depression in Pakistan

What People With Depression Want You To Know: Prevalence of Depression in Pakistan

Fifteen-year old Inaya Khan* was a brilliant, academic driven student, who always aced the performance list in class. However, just as her grades started to suffer & as she adopted a negative persona, that left her family & friends in complete bewilderment.  Khan’s mother overlooked it, considering this to be...

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Why Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, says that cryptocurrencies “are dangerous and have caused death”

Why Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, says that cryptocurrencies “are dangerous and have caused death”

Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, has been one of the last technological entrepreneurs to join the voices against in cryptocurrencies, the virtual currencies that are revolutionizing the market. The American philanthropist declared during a session AMA ( Ask Me Anything,question anything) of questions and answers on the popular website Reddit...

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The surprising discovery in two mummies of 5,000 years ago that revolutionizes what we know about Ancient Egypt

The surprising discovery in two mummies of 5,000 years ago that revolutionizes what we know about Ancient Egypt

Two mummies of 5,000 years broke the schemes of scientists. After discovering them 100 years ago in Upper Egypt, they thought that the spots on their arms were unimportant. Now they have been able to see that they were actually tattoos. But not about anybody. They are figurative drawings that were only believed...

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United States: 5 keys to understanding the import duty on steel and aluminum announced by Donald Trump

United States: 5 keys to understanding the import duty on steel and aluminum announced by Donald Trump

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, announced on Thursday the imminent imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. The measure will be formally approved next week and will presumably affect countries such as Canada and China, which are among the main exporters with access to the US...

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Elderly Pakistani couple escapes Syria’s embattled Ghouta

Elderly Pakistani couple escapes Syria’s embattled Ghouta

DAMASCUS: An elderly Pakistani man and his wife have fled Syria’s embattled Eastern Ghouta, it emerged Thursday, the only known civilians to have left since a “humanitarian pause” took effect. The rebel enclave outside Damascus has seen some of the worst bombardment and fighting of the Syrian civil war since...

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100,000 teenagers are addicted to WhatsApp and other social networks

100,000 teenagers are addicted to WhatsApp and other social networks

What parents and teachers always knew is now confirmed by medical research: the continuous chatting, posting and “likes” become children and young people in addiction. One of the German health insurance funds, the DAK, together with the University Hospital of Hamburg, carried out a medical study in which 1001 children,...

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Brief history of the Oscars ceremony

Brief history of the Oscars ceremony

The Oscars will be held for the ninetieth time this Sunday, which is why reviews some of the milestones of the Academy of Hollywood’s prized award. The first Oscar ceremony was held at a hotel on Hollywood Boulevard. On May 16, 1929, 270 guests gathered there for a gala banquet: movie...

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UN: North Korea illegally exports arms to Syria

UN: North Korea illegally exports arms to Syria

It is the country with the most experience in skipping the sanctions. It appears to be carrying out a flourishing arms trade with Syria, which tests the international community. North Korea manages to massively circumvent UN sanctions and deliver chemical weapons to Syria. How is it possible? The fact that a United...

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