Signs of a Toxic Workplace – Are You Working at One?

Signs of a Toxic Workplace – Are You Working at One?

We all happen to evaluate our workplace at some point in life. The pros and cons, yea? Let’s be judgmental and ponder if we work in a toxic workplace? I’ll share what that looks like in a jiffy. But if you really do, there comes a time when we all need...

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Shahrukh Jatoi Just Got Lucky!

Shahrukh Jatoi Just Got Lucky!

Jail authorities are reluctant to present Shahrukh Jatoi before a judicial magistrate in Malir, Karachi, who was entertaining the Jatoi’s escape case since 2013 after Shahzeb Khan’s murder. The judicial magistrate of Malir came down hard on the authorities and ordered them to present Jatoi in court by all means....

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BlackBerry Sues Facebook

BlackBerry Sues Facebook

BlackBerry is claiming contravention on patents it holds for message encryption and notifications and is pursuing an injunction as well as damages for lost profits, although no figure was given. Facebook and its wholly-owned services, Instagram and WhatsApp are named as defendants in the lawsuit. The company said it intends...

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Qandeel Baloch’s Murder Case: Remaining Accused to Be Indicted on 21ST March

Qandeel Baloch’s Murder Case: Remaining Accused to Be Indicted on 21ST March

MULTAN: The district and sessions court hearing the Qandeel Baloch murder case ruled on Wednesday that the remaining suspects will be indicted on March 21. During today’s hearing, the primary accused in the social media celebrity’s murder, Baloch’s brother Waseem and relative Haq Nawaz, appeared in court along with the...

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Zainab’s Murder Case Controversy: Shahid Masood’s Apology Rejected

Zainab’s Murder Case Controversy: Shahid Masood’s Apology Rejected

Islamabad: The Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar repudiates apology from Dr. Shahid Masood for deceiving the Court by leveling allegations against the convicted rapist and murderer of six-year-old Zainab. The anchorperson in his show had claimed that the convict Imran Ali was an active member of a pornography gang which has...

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Attention Mothers! Have You Been Treating Your Child’s Burn the Right Way?

Attention Mothers! Have You Been Treating Your Child’s Burn the Right Way?

Mothers of adolescents may be largely ignorant of the disastrous burn risks to their young ones and even what age group is most likely to get burned, according to Australian researchers. “Hot beverage scalds are the leading cause of childhood burns in Australia and many other developed countries,” author Jacqueline...

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Karhi Pakora

Karhi Pakora

We all have an endlessly unique love affair with karhi. Karhi is a gram flour (besan) and yogurt-based sauce with fritters of pakoras. Ammi, Naani/Daadi or Khala/Phuppi; at least one of the five knows how to prepare the best karhi in every desi family, either side of the Wagah Border, regardless. Ingredients: Yogurt 1/2 kg Gram Flour 6...

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Islamabad United Sweating Over Andre Russell’s Uncalled Absence in PSL3

Islamabad United Sweating Over Andre Russell’s Uncalled Absence in PSL3

Islamabad United all-rounder Andre Russell is set to miss the remainder of the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) grandeur after being afflicted by a hamstring injury. The 29-year-old was subjected to a gammy foot while fielding during United’s eight-wicket win over Karachi Kings. Russell missed the entire...

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RBS Fined $500m for mis-selling Financial Products

RBS Fined $500m for mis-selling Financial Products

The Royal Bank of Scotland established in 1724, has profoundly concurred to a $500m (£359.7m) settlement with New York State, owing to the mis-selling of financial products in the lead up to the 2008 global financial crisis. RBS is the sixth bank so far to settle with the state over...

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Fee Framework Revisited as SHC Rules Against an Upsurge in Private Schools’ Fee Beyond 5%

Fee Framework Revisited as SHC Rules Against an Upsurge in Private Schools’ Fee Beyond 5%

KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) has repudiated a recent government rule that confined private schools from escalating tuition fee only by 5% and directed the Sindh government to devise appropriate rules within three months to tune fee determination framework, accordingly. A two-judge bench, headed by Justice Munib Akhtar, ruled: “The...

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