Japan’s Coincheck To Repay Customers After Digital Money Heist

Japan’s Coincheck To Repay Customers After Digital Money Heist

TOKYO: Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Inc, reeling from government reprimands over lax standards after $530 million-dollar theft of digital money, said it would from Monday start repaying customers affected by the heist. Coincheck also plans to lift curbs from Monday on the trading and withdrawal of some cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin,...

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US Firmly Supports the Territorial Integrity of Pakistan And Not Baloch Insurgency

US Firmly Supports the Territorial Integrity of Pakistan And Not Baloch Insurgency

WASHINGTON: The US government has said it firmly supports the territorial integrity of Pakistan and does not support Baloch insurgency or any group that threatens the country. “We firmly support Pakistan’s territorial integrity,” Alice Wells, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs at State Department, told a...

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US-Bangla Airline With 67 Passengers on Board Crashed Near Kathmandu Airport

US-Bangla Airline With 67 Passengers on Board Crashed Near Kathmandu Airport

A Bangladeshi plane with 67 passengers on board crashed near Kathmandu airport on Monday as it was coming in to land, officials said, as firefighters battled to extinguish the burning wreckage and rescue passengers. “We just pulled out dead bodies and injured from the debris,” government spokesman Narayan Prasad Duwadi...

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Mint-Cucumber Summer Lassi

Mint-Cucumber Summer Lassi

Ingredients: Milk 1/2 cup Yogurt 1/2 cup Grated Cucumber 1/2 cup Sugar 2 tbsp Salt to taste Black pepper 1 pinch Ice 6-8 cubes Mint 5-6 leaves *Please note sugar is optional Method: Put all ingredients in blender and blend for 3 minutes on medium speed.

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“Saif was ready to change Taimur’s name to Faiz“ says Kareena

“Saif was ready to change Taimur’s name to Faiz“ says Kareena

Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s son Taimur became one of the most talked-about star kids since the day he was born, especially because of his name. However, turns out that Saif initially had names in his mind for the baby. Kareena, who recently attended the ‘India Today Conclave 2018’...

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ADB, ISA Commit to Promote Solar Energy Deployment in Asia And Pacific Region

ADB, ISA Commit to Promote Solar Energy Deployment in Asia And Pacific Region

NEW DELHI: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Solar Alliance (ISA) signed a cooperation arrangement today to promote solar energy deployment in Asia and the Pacific, including solar power generation, solar based mini-grids, and transmission systems for integrating solar energy into grids. The signatories to the arrangement were...

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Unhealthy Diets Resulting in Awfully Dreadful Kidney Problems

Unhealthy Diets Resulting in Awfully Dreadful Kidney Problems

ISLAMABAD:  Unhealthy diets are leading to a dramatic rise in the number of kidney problems faced by patients and that urgent attention was needed to resolve the issue lest it proves to be fatal. This was disclosed by nephrologist Dr. Khawar Sultan while addressing the media. “The past two decades...

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Why do these doctors in Canada are rejecting a pay rise?

Why do these doctors in Canada are rejecting a pay rise?

Why would someone reject a pay raise? For doctors in Quebec, in Canada, it is very simple: to get better care for the patient. An agreement reached this February after eight years of discussions will lead to 20,000 of the medical specialists and GPs in the Canadian province receiving a...

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Another Bizarre Episode: Shoe Hurled at Imran Khan In Faisalabad

Another Bizarre Episode: Shoe Hurled at Imran Khan In Faisalabad

FAISALABAD: A man was handed over to the police after he allegedly tried to hurl a shoe at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan after the party’s rally in Faisalabad on Sunday. The incident occurred when Khan was getting into his car after attending the public gathering. The attempted shoe attack...

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A Pakistani awarded $4 million for a cutting-edge research on heart transplantation

A Pakistani awarded $4 million for a cutting-edge research on heart transplantation

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani physician/scientist Dr. Faisal H Cheema was awarded $4 million to lead a cutting-edge research on heart transplantation. Dr. Faisal H Cheema belongs to the rural areas of Wazirabad and Hafizabad and pursued education from Crescent Model School as well as the Government College, Lahore before moving to...

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PPP Reaffirms Support to Balochistan Independent Sadiq Sanjrani For Senate Chairman Slot

PPP Reaffirms Support to Balochistan Independent Sadiq Sanjrani For Senate Chairman Slot

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) on Sunday announced its support for Sadiq Sanjrani, an independent Senator-elect from Balochistan, for the slot of Senate chairman. Speaking to media here, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that it would field Saleem Mandviwalla for the deputy chairman seat in the election scheduled to...

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Shoe Hurled at Former PM Nawaz Sharif in Lahore

Shoe Hurled at Former PM Nawaz Sharif in Lahore

LAHORE: A former seminary student hurled a shoe at former prime minister Nawaz Sharif during an event on Sunday. During a visit to Jamia Naeemia seminary in Garhi Shahu, as Nawaz reached the rostrum to address the participants of the event, an audience member hurled a shoe which hit the...

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Army Chief Visits Operational Area on Eastern Border

Army Chief Visits Operational Area on Eastern Border

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday visited the operational area of Pano Aqil division on the Eastern border, said a press statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).  General Bajwa was informed about the operational preparedness of the formation and the army chief valued the operational...

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“As tomato prices drop, wholesale markets are not even ready to buy a kilogram for a rupee,” a farmer lamented

“As tomato prices drop, wholesale markets are not even ready to buy a kilogram for a rupee,” a farmer lamented

An unequal demand and supply of tomatoes sent prices trimming down to less than one rupee per kilogram. In October last year, much to the public despair, tomatoes were selling for Rs200 per kilogram. In farmers’ attempt to yield profits from the rising prices, an excess supply resulted in exponentially...

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Ink Thrown At Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif While Addressing PML-N Workers Convention

Ink Thrown At Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif While Addressing PML-N Workers Convention

SIALKOT: An unknown person threw ink at Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Saturday while he was addressing Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz workers convention. The person, however, was taken into police custody in absolutely no time. Despite the incident, Asif, however, claimed that he should be set free saying he has no...

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Asfandyar Wali asks CJP to take notice of corruption in Billion Tree Tsunami Project in Khyber Pakhtunwa

Asfandyar Wali asks CJP to take notice of corruption in Billion Tree Tsunami Project in Khyber Pakhtunwa

ISLAMABAD: Awami National Party President Asfandyar Wali asked Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Sunday to take notice of the corruption in the Billion Tree Tsunami project in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ANP leader was addressing a rally in Saidu Sharif, where he mentioned that the time isn’t far...

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Imad Wasim to Be Under Observation for a CT Scan

Imad Wasim to Be Under Observation for a CT Scan

DUBAI: Karachi Kings Coach ‘Mickey Arthur’ shunned the possibility of a serious injury to skipper ‘Imad Wasim’ but asserted that he is likely to undergo a CT scan test and will be put under observation tonight. Wasim was stretchered off after he took a catch on the ball of fast...

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Violent smash-up at Hub, 6 dead

Violent smash-up at Hub, 6 dead

HUB: At least six passengers expired in a car accident near Bela in Hub, according to rescue officials as reported on Monday. The violent smash-up of a passenger bus and car contributed to the injury of another 12 people. According to rescue officials, the injured passengers were hurriedly shifted to...

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A Ray of Happiness for the Sinking Ship: Lahore Qalanders beat Karachi Kings

A Ray of Happiness for the Sinking Ship: Lahore Qalanders beat Karachi Kings

DUBAI: Lahore Qalandars pulled an upset on Sunday by knocking down mighty Karachi Kings in a super over in the 24th match of the Pakistan Super League’s third edition at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Courtesy half-centuries by top-order batsmen Babar Azam and  Lendl Simmons, Kings set Qalandars a 163-run target...

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Deceased fan leaves all her belongings to Sanjay Dutt

Deceased fan leaves all her belongings to Sanjay Dutt

In his extensive career, Sanjay Dutt must have seen throngs of fans, however, little did he know that one of them will find a way to immortalise her fondness for the star. A 62-year-old fan named Nishi Harishchandra Tripathi passed away on January 15 and left all her wealth and...

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The Muslim community calls for more protection for mosques in Germany

The Muslim community calls for more protection for mosques in Germany

After two incendiary attacks during the weekend and another against a Turkish cultural association, suspicions are no longer directed only to the extreme right, but also to militants of Kurdish origin. The fire, apparently premeditated, in a mosque in Berlin during the early hours of Sunday (12.03.2018) adds the deliberate...

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A helicopter crashes in New York

A helicopter crashes in New York

Two passengers dead and three in critical condition. The pilot survived and was rescued. The trip was organized by a company, Liberty Tours, that makes photographic tours around the city. Two people died on Sunday (12.03.2018) and three others remain in critical condition after dropping a helicopter on the East River in...

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Juno reveals the first image of the turbulent interior of Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System

Juno reveals the first image of the turbulent interior of Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System

The existence of Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System and visible to the naked eye from Earth, has been known for more than 25 centuries. Such is its size that almost anyone, with a simple telescope, can get to see the traces of its turbulent atmosphere, with giant storms and winds that...

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Russia says it successfully launched a hypersonic missile, one of its 6 “invincible” weapons

Russia says it successfully launched a hypersonic missile, one of its 6 “invincible” weapons

Russia reported that it has proven “successful” a hypersonic missile, one of the 6 “invincible” weapons presented by Russian President Vladimir Putin, “in response to the United States” last week. The Russian Ministry of Defense released a video showing the missile detaching from a fighter plane and leaving a trail...

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8 things you should know about sleep and the effects they have on your body

8 things you should know about sleep and the effects they have on your body

The dream has become a fundamental issue for those who care about health. How much we sleep and how much we stop sleeping are issues that increasingly focus the attention of the scientific community, as well as citizens (insomniacs or not) concerned about their own well-being. But how much do...

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What is the best time to give children a cell phone?

What is the best time to give children a cell phone?

Leaving the cell phone to children from an early age has become a very common scene among families around the world. The problem, as many pediatricians point out, is that a telephone is not a toy . “We have to teach them how to manage their education with the screens,” María Zabala, a Spanish...

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The pioneering study that unravels the mystery of what happens to our brain just before we die

The pioneering study that unravels the mystery of what happens to our brain just before we die

What happens at the time of death? No one knows exactly and, although scientists have some answers, that remains one of the great mysteries. Trying to solve it is a path plagued by practical and ethical difficulties . However, a team of scientists from the University of Charité in Berlin (Germany) and...

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