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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The impressive attractions of Changi Airport in Singapore that make it considered the best in the world for the sixth consecutive year

The impressive attractions of Changi Airport in Singapore that make it considered the best in the world for the sixth consecutive year

Changi airport in Singapore has been on the throne of the best airport in the world for six consecutive years. The title is awarded by Skytrax, which annually conducts a global survey that responds to almost 14 million users in more than 100 countries. The results, published this week, ratify the...

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3 terror suspects gunned down in D.G.Khan

3 terror suspects gunned down in D.G.Khan

DERA GAZI KHAN: The Rangers personnel have shot dead three terror suspects during a gun battle in Dera Gazi Khan, sources report on Monday. Security sources say the paramilitary troops carried out a raid in Sakhi Sarwar town of the district. Upon doing so, the suspected terrorists opened fire on...

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Supreme Court likely to indict the PML-N leader; Nehal Hashmi

Supreme Court likely to indict the PML-N leader; Nehal Hashmi

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court is likely to indict Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nehal Hashmi yet again. Hashmi, a former senator, was imprisoned for a month and disqualified for five years by the apex court on February 1 over his scornful remarks made last year. Later, the court took another...

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9th grade student downtrodden by a constable for playing cricket outside the mayor’s residence

9th grade student downtrodden by a constable for playing cricket outside the mayor’s residence

HYDERABAD: On Sunday, a police security guard of Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Mayor Syed Tayyab Hussain, allegedly beat a schoolboy for playing cricket in the street where the mayor’s residence is sited. Following the incident, local residents summoned in the vicinity; the A Section police station, demanding the arrest of police constable...

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Israel-Egyptian peace agreement signed

Israel-Egyptian peace agreement signed

At 2 p.m. Middle Eastern time, on October 6, 1973, Arab military forces stormed over the 1967 ceasefire lines with Israel. Masses of Egyptian soldiers crossed the Suez Canal into the Sinai Peninsula, attacking Israel’s Bar-Lev line. Simultaneously, hundreds of Syrian tanks pushed through the Golan Heights into northern Israel. The 1973...

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Timber-mafia clear-felling trees profusely in K-P

Timber-mafia clear-felling trees profusely in K-P

PESHAWAR: Despite the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) claiming to have planted one billion trees in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P), the timber mafia is clear-felling trees profusely in the province. Trees had been planted in infertile areas around the provincial capital Peshawar like Mattani, Garhi Chandan and Azakhel. The once barren and rugged terrain,...

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PTI’s Ali Tareen’s income becomes questionable

PTI’s Ali Tareen’s income becomes questionable

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has started its inquiry regarding the sources of income of Ali Tareen, the son of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jehangir Tareen. The FBR has gathered details pertaining to Tareen’s assets for the year 2012 and issued a notice in this regard. According to media...

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UNICEF: four out of every five newborns die from poverty

UNICEF: four out of every five newborns die from poverty

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned in its report today, Tuesday (20.02.2018) about the “alarming” risks that run the lives of newborn children in the poorest countries and most affected by conflicts in the world. world. 2.6 million newborns worldwide died at the end of their first month of...

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4 children axed to death, father taken in to custody

4 children axed to death, father taken in to custody

On Sunday, a man from Gujrat’s Saraye Alamgir area, namely, Ayub axed 4 of his children to death, reports media. According to police, the accused, killed three of his daughters along with his son. The father as well as the murder weapon used to commit the act have already been taken...

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In photos: the amazing observations of NASA’s Curiosity robot after spending 2,000 days on Mars

In photos: the amazing observations of NASA’s Curiosity robot after spending 2,000 days on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover meets this week 2,000 Martian days (or suns) exploring the Gale crater of Mars. Since it began to travel the red planet in August 2012, the “rover” or astromobile managed to discover traces of ancient rivers, deltas and lakes inside the crater. He also established what the...

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Fires in Russia: at least 37 dead and dozens missing, including children, in a fire at a shopping center in Kemerovo

Fires in Russia: at least 37 dead and dozens missing, including children, in a fire at a shopping center in Kemerovo

At least 37 people were killed Sunday in a fire that destroyed a shopping center in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, in southeastern Russia. At least 64 people have disappeared, including 41 children, and some parts of the building are at risk of collapse. The fire started on the fourth floor of the Winter...

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Are the cryonics technicians that freeze the dead a key to the immortality of human beings?

Are the cryonics technicians that freeze the dead a key to the immortality of human beings?

Technology is changing the way we work and the jobs we do. Will artificial intelligence and robots be exempt from routine tasks? Will they facilitate our work life or will they completely take away our work? As part of a new series of the BBC F uture of Work (The Future of Work), we...

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China and the US, superpowers on the road to a conflict?

China and the US, superpowers on the road to a conflict?

The recent trade dispute between Beijing and Washington is only one facet of the tense relations between the two world powers. The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, shakes hands with his US counterpart, Donald Trump The first bullets have already been fired in a dispute that could turn into a real...

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Hundreds of civilians evacuated from the eastern Guta region of Syria

Hundreds of civilians evacuated from the eastern Guta region of Syria

The military operation in Damascus has killed more than 1,600 civilians in little more than a month. Hundreds of civilians left on Sunday (25.03.218) the city of Duma, the last bag of resistance of the rebels in Guta Oriental, near the Syrian capital, Damascus, where government forces have already regained...

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UNICEF ​​warns of a new cholera outbreak in Yemen

UNICEF ​​warns of a new cholera outbreak in Yemen

The three years of war have doubled to 400,000 cases of severe malnutrition among children and have brought health and education systems to the verge of collapse. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned today (25.03.2018) of the danger of a new cholera outbreak in Yemen if humanitarian organizations do...

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Pakistan already has its first transgender news anchor

Pakistan already has its first transgender news anchor

Maavia Malik is the first trans person to present a newscast in this deeply conservative nation. A Pakistani channel hired a transgender news anchor, the first on television in that country marked by a conservative society, local media reported Sunday (25.03.2018). Maavia Malik started working several months ago at Kohenoor...

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