Pakistani-origin Sajid Javid appointed UK’s new Home Secretary

Pakistani-origin Sajid Javid appointed UK’s new Home Secretary

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Pakistani-origin Sajid Javid as the country’s new home secretary, following Amber Rudd’s resignation as the United Kingdom’s home minister. Sajid Javid is a Member of Parliament (MP) from Bromsgrove, and was previously the Secretary of State for housing, communities and local government....

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Chocolate Dumpling Donuts

Chocolate Dumpling Donuts

Ingredients: ¾ cup whole milk 2 large eggs plus 2 large egg yolks, lightly beaten, at room temperature 6 tablespoons (¾ stick) unsalted butter, room temperature, plus more for the bowl 3½ cups all-purpose flour, plus more for work surfaces 1 cup sugar, divided 1 package (¼ ounce) active dry...

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Is your post-pregnancy weight troubling you? Get in shape using these simple hacks today!

Is your post-pregnancy weight troubling you? Get in shape using these simple hacks today!

Are you having a major trouble losing post-pregnancy weight? Experts say the key lies in eating a balanced diet and including workouts like Kegel and aerobics. Previous studies have shown that breastfeeding the newborn also helps you lose weight faster. Another study showed that factors like sleep deprivation, food cravings and not...

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Here’s a research proven key of letting your child excel

Here’s a research proven key of letting your child excel

Children are born inquisitive, a reason why they have countless questions to ask and seek answers. A secure child with a familiar teacher/caretaker can reap benefit from this curious nature. Children seek novelty in safe and familiar settings, perhaps this is the reason why they are always exploring around their...

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Petroleum life-cycle: Prices likely to shoot up by Rs.3

Petroleum life-cycle: Prices likely to shoot up by Rs.3

ISLAMABAD: The government is likely to increase petroleum prices starting Tuesday after Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) sent a summary to Petroleum Division suggesting an increase. According to OGRA, the prices of petrol should be taken up by Rs3.22 per litre, diesel to Rs5.2, kerosene oil Rs6.97 and light...

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KSA’s Aramco welcomes first woman as the Board of Director

KSA’s Aramco welcomes first woman as the Board of Director

RIYADH: On Sunday, Saudi national oil giant Aramco said that five new members had been appointed to its board of directors, including the first woman in the firm’s history. Lynn Laverty Elsenhans, 60, is the former head of US oil company Sunoco Inc. and has been director of oil services...

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22-year-old woman delivers baby in a hotel room seeking help from Youtube videos

22-year-old woman delivers baby in a hotel room seeking help from Youtube videos

A 22-year-old American woman, Tia Freeman, delivered her first baby alone in a hotel room of Istanbul, Turkey with the mere assistance of some Youtube videos. On Tuesday, Tia, a member of U.S Air Force decided to share her incredible story of delivering her baby in the hotel bathroom all...

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Pakistani-Canadian YouTuber Laiba Zaid forcibly made to move out of the mall, enraged the Zaid family

Pakistani-Canadian YouTuber Laiba Zaid forcibly made to move out of the mall, enraged the Zaid family

Pakistani-Canadian YouTuber Laiba Zaid, famously known as ‘Bodmonzaid, had visited Pakistan with her entire family, but seemingly her trip to native country did not go as planned. With a following of 1.4 million on Instagram and more than a half million on YouTube, Laiba is popular on social media, a famous...

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Pakistani actress and beautician, Shagufta Ejaz transforms as she shed weight. Details unveiled right here!

Pakistani actress and beautician, Shagufta Ejaz transforms as she shed weight. Details unveiled right here!

Pakistani drama actress and beautician Shagufta Ejaz recently had a weight loss transformation, credits: daughter, Anya Ali Siddiqui. Anya, who herself has shed quite a few kilograms during the weight loss game, helped her mother actress Shagufta lose a few extra pounds. Transformation week/interactive posts day 3 with momma 🐻...

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Explosion in Afghanistan leaves at least 21 dead and 27 injured

Explosion in Afghanistan leaves at least 21 dead and 27 injured

The first records indicate that a motorcyclist would have immolated himself near an important area of Kabul. Among those killed is a photographer from the AFP Agency. At least 21 people have died, including an AFP Agency photographer, and 27 have been wounded in two attacks today in an area of...

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Ali Gul Pir adds his flavour to viral Pakistani photos and the result is seriously funny

Ali Gul Pir adds his flavour to viral Pakistani photos and the result is seriously funny

inger Ali Gul Pir is back with yet another satire. It’s a bit different this time but super funny, nonetheless. Recently, the Wadere Ka Beta hit maker tweeted that he would be recreating some “absurd and controversial” photos that went viral over Pakistani media. The singer then posted a photo of model Sadaf Kanwal that...

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23-year-old Pakistani MMA fighter Mehmosh Raza acclaimed for defeating Grytskiv in China

23-year-old Pakistani MMA fighter Mehmosh Raza acclaimed for defeating Grytskiv in China

Karachi: Pakistan’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Mehmosh Raza defeated Ukraine’s Igor Grytskiv in their fight on the main card of Rebel FC 7 in Shanghai, China on Sunday. With that victory, Raza also known as The Renegade improves his career record to 7-2 and cements his status as arguably...

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ICC reveals much about the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

ICC reveals much about the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

The International Cricket Council has confirmed the schedule of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be staged in England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July. England will open the tournament at The Oval on 30 May when they will take on South Africa, while Australia will...

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Minister of State for Interior, Talal Chaudhary shows confidence in PML-N for 2018 elections

Minister of State for Interior, Talal Chaudhary shows confidence in PML-N for 2018 elections

FAISALABAD: Addressing the election campaign related corner meetings in Chak No 36-GB and Chak No 128-GB of Faisalabad on Sunday, Minister of State for Interior, Talal Chaudhry said that people find verbal pledges and lip services too cliched and they were now looking forward to ground steps. He said that...

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IK’s 11 points vs Quaid’s 14 points: Do we really need a Naya Pakistan?

IK’s 11 points vs Quaid’s 14 points: Do we really need a Naya Pakistan?

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Sunday welcomed and thanked the crowd who flocked to the iconic Minar-e-Pakistan to attend the party’s power show in Lahore.   Unveiling an 11-point agenda for a new Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan called for establishing Pakistan in the image of...

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Mian Nisar takes notice of excessive salaries being doled out to PKLI employees, investigations underway

Mian Nisar takes notice of excessive salaries being doled out to PKLI employees, investigations underway

  LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Sunday took suo motu notice of excessive salaries being doled out to employees of the Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute (PKLI). He has gathered details of doctors and other staff members serving at the medical facility and its budgetary...

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First flight scheduled for Islamabad’s new airport tomorrow

First flight scheduled for Islamabad’s new airport tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: The new international airport of the city will become operational from Tuesday and is expected to formally inaugurate this week. The first two flights at the airport, one landing and the other taking off, will both be of the national flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines. “New Islamabad International Airport to...

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“Imran’s speech was from 2011 script, who still lectures, lectures and lectures”: Interior Minister

“Imran’s speech was from 2011 script, who still lectures, lectures and lectures”: Interior Minister

ISLAMABAD: On Monday, Interior minister Ahsan Iqbal termed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s speech at the iconic Minar-i-Pakistan part of “2011 script.” Taking it to Twitter, the minister said: “The speech was from 2011 script. A leader who has run a major province for five years still lectures, lectures,...

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Another road mishap by a US diplomat kills 2 in Islamabad

Another road mishap by a US diplomat kills 2 in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Two motorcyclists were badly injured after being hit by a car driven by a US diplomat in the federal capital on Sunday night. As per police reports, Rex Ausburn, a second secretary at the US embassy, driving a SUV (QN-734) hit two motorcyclists – identified as Nazakat Aslam Awan,...

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Imran Khan gives eleven points agenda for ‘Naya Pakistan’

Imran Khan gives eleven points agenda for ‘Naya Pakistan’

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Sunday gave eleven points agenda for ‘Naya Pakistan’ which include reforms in education, health, policing and tourism sectors, ARY News reported. “No one can help you ever, if you don’t want to do it yourself. Allah’s blessings do not shower upon the oppressor. We will...

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What happens when today’s kids face yesterday’s technology?

What happens when today’s kids face yesterday’s technology?

Young people can no longer tell the time with the hands, so much so that in some schools they are having to replace the analogue with digital clocks in the exam rooms, according to some teachers. According to a new report by BBC and its team of school reporters and...

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Pakistan hands over Indian citizen to BSF after year long captivity over Wagah Border dispute

Pakistan hands over Indian citizen to BSF after year long captivity over Wagah Border dispute

LAHORE: An Indian national, Dalwinder Singh, who had unintentionally stepped into Pakistan’s village at Ballanwala in Kasur, has now been returned to Indian Border Security Force by Pakistan Rangers Punjab at Wagah Check Post after due legal process. Dalwainder Singh, 23, had accidentally crossed the border and entered Pakistan in...

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What are the medications associated with an increased risk of dementia?

What are the medications associated with an increased risk of dementia?

The study analyzed the medical records of more than 40,000 patients aged 65 to 99 years with a diagnosis of dementia between April 2006 and July 2015, and compared them with those of nearly 300,000 people without dementia. Long-term use of certain medications to treat depression, Parkinson’s disease or bladder...

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World’s First Head Transplant to be done in 2018

World’s First Head Transplant to be done in 2018

The world’s first head transplant, which was scheduled to take place in December 2017, has been delayed. As of now, there is no definitive date but it would likely take place within the first quarter of 2018. Canavero added: “The first human transplant on human cadavers has been done. A full head...

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A winning image from the nature photography prize was disqualified because the animal was not alive

A winning image from the nature photography prize was disqualified because the animal was not alive

An award-winning image from the Nature of the Year Photographer (WPY) competition was disqualified because it featured a stuffed animal. The photo, known as “The Night Invader,” shows an anteater approaching a mound of termites in a nature reserve in Brazil. The Museum of Natural History in London, which administers...

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What are the 5 phases of grief and why is not something that you have to leave behind

What are the 5 phases of grief and why is not something that you have to leave behind

Almost all of us go through life in a phase of mourning or mourning the loss of a loved one, but it is often something that we find difficult to talk about. Although there are some phases of grief recognizable and identified by psychology, mourning is different for each person...

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Israeli army kills 3 Palestinians in Gaza border fence

Israeli army kills 3 Palestinians in Gaza border fence

Since the beginning of March 30 the “Great Return March”, organized to demand the end of the blockade and the return of the refugees, 47 Palestinians in Gaza have died by Israeli fire. The Israeli army shot dead three Palestinians on the border with the Gaza Strip. Two of the suspected...

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Syria: explosions recorded in Iranian military bases

Syria: explosions recorded in Iranian military bases

It is still unknown who would be responsible for the attacks on the Iranian and Syrian Army militias. Intense explosions occurred on the night of Sunday, April 29, at several bases of the Syrian Army and Iranian militias in central Syria, according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights. This organization,...

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The leaders of North Korea and South Korea, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, pledge to sign the peace and work for “a complete denuclearization” of the peninsula

The leaders of North Korea and South Korea, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, pledge to sign the peace and work for “a complete denuclearization” of the peninsula

The leaders of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, and South Korea, Moon Jae-in, pledged to work towards a “complete denuclearization” of the peninsula during the historic meeting held this Friday. “The North and South confirm the common goal of achieving, through complete denuclearization, a Korean peninsula free of nuclear weapons,” they...

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