How to create a Family Budget: Build a budget that works!

How to create a Family Budget: Build a budget that works!

 Adult-ing can be hard, from parenting to managing finances with the expectation that we should be able to manage our money effectively. For many this can be hard work and extremely overwhelming, especially if you weren’t taught how to do it. However, creating a budget helps give you a complete understanding...

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Saucy Chicken Steak

Saucy Chicken Steak

Ingredients: Boneless Chicken breast 2 Black pepper 1/2 tsp Salt 1/2 tsp Garlic Paste 1/2 tsp Tomato paste 1 tsp Ketchup 1 tsp Sliced Mushrooms 3 Sliced black Olives 3 Grated Cheddar cheese 2 tbsp Oil 1 tbsp For Spicy Italian Sauce: Butter 1 tbsp Garlic paste 1/2 tsp Salt...

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Malala and IK listed amongst ‘world’s most admired people of 2018’

Malala and IK listed amongst ‘world’s most admired people of 2018’

Malala Yousafzai and Imran Khan have made it to the list of World’s Most Admired People of 2018. The Nobel Prize laureate and PTI chairman made it to top 20 of the men and women lists, according to an annual study compiled by YouGov. The list includes 20 men and 20...

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Combatting hair fall naturally

Combatting hair fall naturally

While many of you will be surprised to know that these readily available food items are the perfect cure to combat baldness. If you don’t want to undergo an expensive hair fall treatment and still want to reverse your hair loss, here are some remedies. Here is a list of...

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Prevalence of tobacco in Pakistan, nation ranks 54th

Prevalence of tobacco in Pakistan, nation ranks 54th

ISLAMABAD: Minister for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Saira Afzal Tarar Wednesday informed the Senate that Pakistan was ranked 54th amidst 84 countries with high frequency of tobacco smoking. Replying to a question during the session, the minister said almost 24 million (19.1%) adults currently used tobacco in any...

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57 Years Ago the first human traveled to space: Yuri Gagarin (Rava Special)

57 Years Ago the first human traveled to space: Yuri Gagarin (Rava Special)

The United States and the Soviet Union vigorously competed to push the boundaries of mankind’s exploration of space. The Russians scored a victory when they launched a small craft carrying cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin to new heights. His 108-minute flight gave him a permanent place in the history books as the...

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Cauvery protests: Cricket apparently turns out to be a ludo match after snake threats, IPL teams shift from Chennai to Pune

Cauvery protests: Cricket apparently turns out to be a ludo match after snake threats, IPL teams shift from Chennai to Pune

NEW DELHI: On Thursday, protest-hit Chennai Super Kings were ordered to play all their remaining Indian Premier League (IPL) home games 1,200 kilometers away in Pune after players had shoes hurled at them and were threatened with snakes being set free into thei stadium. Demonstrations marred Chennai’s winning return to...

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Breaking stereotypes: A society where complexion becomes a barrier – “It affected me” says Priyanka

Breaking stereotypes: A society where complexion becomes a barrier – “It affected me” says Priyanka

The Quantico star, Priyanka Chopra has seen the rising best of both worlds and in her experience, women are making huge strides, despite their gender having been pitted against them for decades. In an interview with InStyle mag, the most acclaimed superstar gave personal examples of having dealt with gender bias in Hollywood and...

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Irrfan Khan’s spokesperson responds to reports of actor’s deteriorating health

Irrfan Khan’s spokesperson responds to reports of actor’s deteriorating health

Irrfan Khan’s spokesperson has asked people to refrain from spreading rumours after reports went viral that the Bollywood actor’s health is deteriorating. Irrfan took to Twitter last month to reveal he is suffering from neuroendocrine tumour and that he will be travelling abroad for treatment. Recently, however, reports went viral...

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“180 days of change” challenge accepted and executed by Uber, app reforms

“180 days of change” challenge accepted and executed by Uber, app reforms

Uber on Tuesday revealed a new app for its drivers that include a real-time earnings tracker, the latest effort by the ride-hailing service to combat an often-pricky relationship. The move follows Uber’s ‘180 days of change’ program that was launched last June to make changes requested by drivers, such as...

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Unscheduled power outage: Clarifications by K-Electric found substandard, NEPRA to form high-level committee

Unscheduled power outage: Clarifications by K-Electric found substandard, NEPRA to form high-level committee

ISLAMABAD: National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has set-up a high-level committee following 10 hours unscheduled load shedding in Karachi to probe further into the matter. Different parts of Karachi have been suffering from unbridled load shedding causing upheaval amid citizens. Taking serious notice of the matter the power regulator...

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Hit-and-Run case: US refutes reports of imposing travel restrictions for Pakistani diplomats

Hit-and-Run case: US refutes reports of imposing travel restrictions for Pakistani diplomats

ISLAMABAD: Following Pakistan’s pursuance of a case against the US diplomat who killed a motorcyclist in hit-and-run in Islamabad, it was reported that United States is now considering to exercise restrictions on the movement of Pakistan diplomats in Washington. But the US State Department has denied imposing any such travel curbs. Contrary...

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Queen Elizabeth II appoints first Pakistani woman as the next high sheriff of Greater Manchester

Queen Elizabeth II appoints first Pakistani woman as the next high sheriff of Greater Manchester

MANCHESTER: Pakistani-origin Dr. Robina Shah has been appointed as the next high sheriff of Greater Manchester, United Kingdom after approval of Queen Elizabeth II. Robina is a Chartered Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at Manchester Medical School, University of Manchester. The senior lecturer’s name was ‘personally’ marked by Queen Elizabeth II...

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Death toll increases: KP’s police 18 sniffer dogs expire due to negligence

Death toll increases: KP’s police 18 sniffer dogs expire due to negligence

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP) police 18 sniffer dogs have expired within the last four years due to negligence. Each of these trained dogs cost approximately Rs.500,000. In 2014, a Canine Unit was established in the KP police department to help police detect terror threats. Presently, sixty-seven dogs are a part...

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Zuckerberg says that Cambridge Analytica accessed his Facebook data

Zuckerberg says that Cambridge Analytica accessed his Facebook data

The founder of Facebook appeared today before the Energy and Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives of the US Senate. He also considered “inevitable” to regulate Internet privacy laws. The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, said on Wednesday (11.04.2018) that his personal data on the social network were sold to...

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Marriage middleman can be deceptive: Husband exposed, woman sues husband for fraud

Marriage middleman can be deceptive: Husband exposed, woman sues husband for fraud

KARACHI: A woman approached police against her husband Aftab Ahmed, accusing him of feigning about his marital status to marry her and pinching her money, media officials reported on Wednesday. The woman told media that she tied knot with the accused on September 1, 2016 but to her surprise eventually...

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Why half of your body is not human (and how that is fundamental to your health)

Why half of your body is not human (and how that is fundamental to your health)

The next number will surprise you: 39 billion. That is the amount of bacteria that live inside our body. Maybe you have not thought about it, but that microcosm has an effect on our weight. For some it may be positive, but for others it may not be. “Humans have a cell...

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Another Defence counsel set to grill Mr. Zia for Avenfield corruption case against Sharif family

Another Defence counsel set to grill Mr. Zia for Avenfield corruption case against Sharif family

ISLAMABAD: As Nawaz Sharif’s counsel wrapped up cross-examination of Panama Papers JIT head Wajid Zia during the hearing on Wednesday, another defence counsel is now all set to grill Mr. Zia in Avenfield corruption reference against Sharif family today. However, legal counsel for Maryam Nawaz and Captain (R) Muhammad Safdar,...

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A 20-year-old girl expired: Broken engagement prompts suicide, Chitral

A 20-year-old girl expired: Broken engagement prompts suicide, Chitral

CHITRAL: On Wednesday, a 20-year-old girl Sadia commits suicide in Barir town of Kailash valley, Chitral district which has eventually left the beautiful region in a state of mere shock. According to police reports, Sadia, was said to have taken poisonous pills. This was apparently the 22nd such case reported...

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14th ANNUAL EXHIBITION FOR YOUNG ARTIST KICKS OF AT ALHAMRA

14th ANNUAL EXHIBITION FOR YOUNG ARTIST KICKS OF AT ALHAMRA

LAHORE: The Lahore Arts Council is organizing its 14th annual exhibition for the Young Artists at Alhamra, The Mall on 11th April 2018. This exhibition is a yearly and most promising attribute of the Alhamra Art Gallery in which young artist’s across the country from several different art institutes are...

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What is the evidence on the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria?

What is the evidence on the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria?

The United States and Russia do not hide the tension (diplomatic) they are experiencing these days: now they face the alleged attack with chemical weapons in the Syrian town of Douma. Activists, rescuers and doctors in Syria say more than 40 people died on Saturday during the attack in the...

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Deutsche Bank and Volkswagen: marked by the crisis

Deutsche Bank and Volkswagen: marked by the crisis

The fact that two of the leading German companies name new managers at virtually the same time can be a coincidence. The reasons in both cases lie in the crises of the past and the challenges of the future. At first glance, Deutsche Bank and Volkswagen have almost nothing to do...

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Murdered Larkana artist was pregnant, killed for declining dance ‘request’

Murdered Larkana artist was pregnant, killed for declining dance ‘request’

LARKANA: A local artist gunned down Tuesday night during a wedding ceremony was, in fact, shot for refusing to entertain the gunman’s dance request, Geo News reported, citing reports that surfaced Wednesday evening. Samina Sindhu, a famed local performer, was murdered yesterday in the city’s Kanga locality when a wedding guest opened...

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Five civilians injured in unprovoked Indian firing across LoC

Five civilians injured in unprovoked Indian firing across LoC

RAWALPINDI: Five Pakistani civilians were injured in unprovoked firing by Indian forces across the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. Indian forces targetted civilian population in Khuiratta sector along the LoC in the latest violation of the ceasefire agreement, according to...

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Corps commanders moot: Army repeats call for mainstreaming of Fata

Corps commanders moot: Army repeats call for mainstreaming of Fata

ISLAMABAD: The army has said dividends of peace achieved through a series of military operations in the Federal Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) can be realised only after the mainstreaming of the tribal areas, which are still ruled under the draconian laws dating back to the British Raj. The statement came on...

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Pro-Assad forces evacuate their bases in Syria in the face of possible US attack

Pro-Assad forces evacuate their bases in Syria in the face of possible US attack

Following Donald Trump’s announcement to attack Syria, the loyalist forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad are emptying the military airports and their most important bases while they remain on alert. Syrian government forces are evacuating their main bases in the face of a possible attack by the United States in...

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North Korean parliament holds annual session without Kim Jong-un

North Korean parliament holds annual session without Kim Jong-un

The Supreme People’s Assembly studied internal affairs and did not send any messages related to the supreme leader’s summits with Seoul and Washington. With the notable absence of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, the Supreme People’s Assembly of North Korea held its annual session on Wednesday, April 11, where it discussed...

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United States denies imminent attack on Syria

United States denies imminent attack on Syria

The White House said that President Donald Trump has “other options” on the table and that there is no concrete “window of time” to act. The White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders, denied on Wednesday (11.04.2018) the imminence of a military attack against the government of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad,...

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