Diabetes – New Insight Unleashed!!!

Diabetes – New Insight Unleashed!!!

Scientists say diabetes is a serious complex condition made up of five different diseases. While there is currently no cure for diabetes, you can live an enjoyable life by learning about the condition and effectively managing it. It does not discriminate, rather distorts normal functioning of any viable body. It...

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Shahzeb Khan murder: Top court rejects Shahrukh Jatoi’s review petition

Shahzeb Khan murder: Top court rejects Shahrukh Jatoi’s review petition

ISLAMABAD: The top court on Monday, rejected the review petition filed by Shahrukh Jatoi and others against its earlier order regarding the arrests of the accused in the 2012 Shahzeb Khan murder case. Latif Khosa, counsel for Jatoi, submitted that the Supreme Court (SC) has “completely destroyed” his case by reverting...

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PPP To Bring A Candidate from The Opposition for Senate Chairmanship

PPP To Bring A Candidate from The Opposition for Senate Chairmanship

KARACHI: Political temperature in the country is on the rise as parties become incredibly enthusiastic to strategize alliances ahead of elections for the seat of Senate Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson. Pakistan People’s Party’s (PPP) Chairman, Bilawal Bhutto, on Sunday said that the party is in contact with other parties and...

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UAE & Swiss Govt-Supported Desalination Plant in Gwadar: Baluchistan’s Peace and Prosperity En route

UAE & Swiss Govt-Supported Desalination Plant in Gwadar: Baluchistan’s Peace and Prosperity En route

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa laid the foundation stone of a UAE and Swiss government-supported Gwadar desalination plant upon arriving Balochistan on a two-day visit this Sunday, confirmed the army’s media wing. Balochistan Chief Minister (CM) Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, UAE Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salim Al Zaabi,...

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Senate Election Results Probe Reactions – Pleased of Piqued?

Senate Election Results Probe Reactions – Pleased of Piqued?

Karachi: Lately, the senate election results, unofficial though, have probed mixed reactions from the political class. While those belonging to the triumphant party are hailing the Upper House vote as a democratic success alert, those on the losing side are seemingly irked. PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz, eulogized the victory of...

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How being discouraged can alter the functioning of our brain and our relationship with others

How being discouraged can alter the functioning of our brain and our relationship with others

When we feel bad emotionally this affects our innate ability to respond to other people’s suffering. In the dystopian novel “The Tale of the Maid,” by the British writer Margaret Atwood, the innumerable injustices committed against the central character, Offred, find echo in most readers. When the young woman is...

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Kumari Kohli’s Surprise Victory Stirred A Wave Of Optimism Amongst Pakistanis

Kumari Kohli’s Surprise Victory Stirred A Wave Of Optimism Amongst Pakistanis

Islamabad: Over the weekend, Pakistan elected its first female senator from the lowest Dalit caste in polls that evidently proclaims the ruling party strengthen its hand ahead of general elections in the Muslim-majority country. Krishna Kohli is a Pakistani politician who represents a major milestone for women and minority rights...

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New Year Calls for New Wedding Regulations in Islamabad

New Year Calls for New Wedding Regulations in Islamabad

People in Punjab are known to be very particular about weddings and other festivities with it comes to punctuality, ensuring that they end at an earlier time, or as mutually decided. Whilst, in Sindh these functions are likely to continue way past midnight. How ironic? The notice issued by Ordinance...

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Pakistan Air Force aquires AW-139 helicopters

Pakistan Air Force aquires AW-139 helicopters

Pakistan Air Force inducted AW-139 (Augusta Westland) helicopters into No 88 Search and Rescue squadron enhancing its capabilities, Radio Pakistan reported. With the induction of this helicopter on its inventory, this Search and Rescue squadron has been renamed as No 88 Combat Support Squadron and Advanced Helicopter Training School. To celebrate the...

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Thousands of people run out of water in London

Thousands of people run out of water in London

At the moment there is no data on the situation in other parts of the country.  Pipes that exploded in the United Kingdom in freezing temperatures caused major problems with the water supply. Only in London during the night of Sunday (04.03.2018) there were almost 12,000 people without running water,...

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Sultan Suleiman – A Magnificent Emperor. 3 things that you might not have known about the Ottoman Empire

Sultan Suleiman – A Magnificent Emperor. 3 things that you might not have known about the Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire was one of the largest in history. With a dynasty that spanned 600 years, at its height it included what is now Bulgaria, Egypt, Greece, Hungary, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian territories, Macedonia, Romania, Syria, parts of Arabia and the north coast of Africa. In some countries,...

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5 tanks that changed the course of the First World War

5 tanks that changed the course of the First World War

The technological revolution of the tanks changed the nature of military confrontations. And it took place during the First World War , a conflict characterized by trenches that imposed tortuous advances and exposure to climate and enemy fire. Craig Moore , author of the book Tank Hunter: World War One , “Tank Hunter: World War...

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The best dressed celebrities – Oscar 2018

The best dressed celebrities – Oscar 2018

  The Oscars red carpet is the red carpet of all red carpet events for celebrities all across the globe. Each tries to put their best foot forward and make a statement with their sartorial choices. While some leave an everlasting impact, others miss the mark. While the pressure might...

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There are 5 types of diabetes and not just 2: the study that could change how the disease is treated, affecting 1 in 11 people in the world

There are 5 types of diabetes and not just 2: the study that could change how the disease is treated, affecting 1 in 11 people in the world

A large scientific study concluded that there are not two but five different categories of diabetes, and that treatments could be adapted for each type of patient. Diabetes is a chronic disease that according to the World Health Organization (WHO) affects 422 million people in the world, 8.5% of the adult population,...

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Money can buy you happiness … but the price depends on where you live

Money can buy you happiness … but the price depends on where you live

Can money really buy you happiness? According to researchers at Purdue University in the United States, the answer is: yes! But the issue is not black and white; The price of happiness is different in the whole world and you have to reach the right balance because if you gain too much there will...

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China’s ambitious plans to build hypersonic transport aircraft

China’s ambitious plans to build hypersonic transport aircraft

Travel in just a few hours from Beijing to New York, a journey that currently requires more than half a day of flight, is one of the promises behind the design of a new concept of hypersonic aircraft presented by Chinese researchers. The technology of this type of flight, in...

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“The United States has failed our children”: the heart-rending testimony of a mother who was about to lose two of her children in mass shootings

“The United States has failed our children”: the heart-rending testimony of a mother who was about to lose two of her children in mass shootings

This is one of those stories that seem impossible. They say that a ray never falls twice in the same place. Until it does. “I want our story to remain shocking forever, but I’m afraid it just did not happen to us,” says Celia Randoplh. At first glance, theirs is a “normal”...

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