Pakistani bride dolled up, can surely never go unnoticed by the Indians!

Pakistani bride dolled up, can surely never go unnoticed by the Indians!

Owing to the grandeur of every occasion, people kickstart the roller-coaster hunt to get their hands on an ideal dress that ultimately grabs attention! But it is the bride that undergoes the most misery. Of course, every desi Dulhan wants to rock a designer lehenga at her wedding festivities. But to find...

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Evolving World: The presages of ancient diseases in modern times

Evolving World: The presages of ancient diseases in modern times

Throughout history and in today’s rapidly globalizing era, humans have evolved around bacteria and viruses. Despite efforts to curb these, they have found new ways to infect us – And the battle is endless. Ever wondered as to what would happen if we were unexpectedly exposed to deadly bacteria and...

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Punish those who still love Pakistan: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

Punish those who still love Pakistan: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

The prime minister of Bangladesh has said that the people of the country need to punish those who still love Pakistan despite living in an independent nation, BD News 24 reports. “The people of Bangladesh must respond to those who have been lost in their love for Pakistan. They must be punished....

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Balance of payments crisis hits Pakistan, conditions likely to worsen

Balance of payments crisis hits Pakistan, conditions likely to worsen

ISLAMABAD: The PML-N government has accepted the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) precondition to let the rupee depreciate by over 4% to qualify for any fresh bailout package that is needed to avoid a default-like situation. Nevertheless, Adviser on Finance Miftah Ismail’s statement that the government is not seeking any IMF assistance,...

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PSL successfully rolls out in ‘The City of Lights’ after 9 long years

PSL successfully rolls out in ‘The City of Lights’ after 9 long years

KARACHI: Islamabad United (IU) yet again rolled out as the champion of Pakistan Super League (PSL) on Sunday with the help of a half century by Luke Ronchi, defeating Peshawar Zalmi by three wickets at Karachi’s National Stadium on Sunday. The historic match, which saw the return of international stars to...

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Pakistan dismayed by the ballistic missile attacks on Saudi Arabia

Pakistan dismayed by the ballistic missile attacks on Saudi Arabia

ISLAMABAD: On Monday, Pakistan appeared to be dismayed by the ballistic missile attacks on Saudi Arabia. On Sunday, the Saudi air force intercepted a missile over the northeastern part of the capital Riyadh, Saudi state television reported. In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs remarked: “Pakistan commends the Government...

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British editor brutally hammers wife to death, Dubai

British editor brutally hammers wife to death, Dubai

A British journalist was sentenced to 10 years in prison after he attacked his wife with a hammer following an argument between the couple. The head injury proved deadly which explains why she expired the very same day. On Sunday morning, the Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the 61-year-old...

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Maryam Nawaz accredits her father for the international cricket grandeur

Maryam Nawaz accredits her father for the international cricket grandeur

LAHORE: Hours before the final Pakistan Super League (PSL) showdown at the National Stadium of Karachi, Maryam Nawaz, daughter of former premier Nawaz Sharif, took to Twitter to give the credit for the return of big-time cricket to her father. In a tweet, she said: “International cricket returns to Karachi...

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Karachi rolls out as ‘The City of Lights’

Karachi rolls out as ‘The City of Lights’

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Sunday successful staging of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 3 in Karachi – ‘The city of lights’ was an evidence that it was breathing life again. “The enthusiasm of people of Karachi is worth watching as the city has come...

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“Courts are not enemies, but friends”

“Courts are not enemies, but friends”

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Monday appeared before the Supreme Court of Pakistan in a case pertaining to the National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) overcharging Pakistanis residing abroad for issuance or cancellation of identity cards. At the start of the hearing, Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, who...

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