Ahsan Iqbal gets discharged from the hospital after 9 days

Ahsan Iqbal gets discharged from the hospital after 9 days

Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal was discharged from Lahore’s Services Hospital on Monday. Iqbal was shot at and injured during a corner meeting in Narowal’s Kanjrur tehsil on May 6. He was hurriedly rushed to District Headquarters Hospital Narowal but was later airlifted to Services Hospital in Lahore where he has since been...

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Creating ‘balance’ in your 24-hours schedule

Creating ‘balance’ in your 24-hours schedule

My life used to feel out of balance. Heavy on the overwhelm and light on everything else. The hours and days and weeks would blur together as I went about my weekday routine without any real intention. I would wake up, rush to get ready, and drive to the office where I would work...

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Fix it: All about Diarrhea

Fix it: All about Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a common type of gastrointestinal upset or infection. It causes frequent and excessive discharging of the bowels in the form of abnormally watery stools and stomach pains. Believe it or not, acute diarrhea can be one of your body’s best defense mechanisms against a temporary infection or virus....

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Man gorged out son’s eyes for wanting to marry a girl of his choice

Man gorged out son’s eyes for wanting to marry a girl of his choice

QUETTA: A man wrested out his youngest son’s eyes for wanting to marry a girl against his family’s wishes in Loralai, Balochistan. On Sunday, the police said that the night before Abdul Baqi, a resident of Nasirabad village, told his family he wanted to marry a girl of his choice...

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Cannes Event: Mahira’s sneak peek at Cannes leaves people jaw-dropped

Cannes Event: Mahira’s sneak peek at Cannes leaves people jaw-dropped

Mahira Khan’s debut at the Cannes festival is remarkably special. The superstar is attending the world’s most prestigious movie fest as the official spokesperson for L’Oreal Paris Hair in Pakistan so you know she brought her sartorial A-game. Here’s how she’s fared; so far so good! Lawn with a twist!...

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Google to launch ‘Pixel smartwatch’ in 2018

Google to launch ‘Pixel smartwatch’ in 2018

With the Google I/O developers conference having recently concluded, rumors have emerged from various sources that the search web-giant is planning to launch its first smartwatch under its own label before the end of this year. A number of factors suggest that a Pixel Watch would be a logical move...

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Spells of heatwave to hit K-Town ahead of Ramadan

Spells of heatwave to hit K-Town ahead of Ramadan

The unbearable scorching heat is already killing us and now a new heatwave warning has engulfed the ‘city of lights’. Instead of respite from this hot and muggy weather, the temperatures are expected to soar in a couple of days. Much to our dismay, the latest weather update reveals that...

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Amir’s chronic knee problem ‘concerns’ Pakistan

Amir’s chronic knee problem ‘concerns’ Pakistan

DUBLIN, Ireland: Bowling coach Azhar Mahmood admitted Pakistan were “concerned” by Mohammad Amir’s early exit from the third day’s play against Ireland at Malahide just over a week before the start of a Test series with England. Left-arm quick Amir went off with what Mahmood said was a recurrence of...

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Rupee trades stable against dollar

Rupee trades stable against dollar

In the local currency market, the rupee continued to trade under pressure against the dollar in the open market last week while the country’s foreign exchange reserves skimmed through to $17.286 billion last week against $17.712 billion a week ago. The dollar traded unchanged against the rupee for the second...

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Cannes Festival: 82 women stage an uncalled red-carpet protest to press for gender equality in the film-industry

Cannes Festival: 82 women stage an uncalled red-carpet protest to press for gender equality in the film-industry

Eighty-two women step up at the Palais des Festivals at the Cannes Film Festival staging an uncalled red-carpet protest to press for improved gender equality in the film industry. The number of stars, filmmakers and film industry professionals ascending the steps represented the number of female filmmakers who have been selected...

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1 killed and 4 injured during a deadly knife attack in Paris, IS claims responsibility

1 killed and 4 injured during a deadly knife attack in Paris, IS claims responsibility

PARIS: An armed man stabbed one person, while four injuring four others on Saturday night in central Paris. The man was later shot dead by police, security sources said. The man attacked five people with a knife, one of whom died, police said. Two were in critical condition, while all...

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NAB summons former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for misusing official power

NAB summons former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for misusing official power

LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for probing into a case pertaining to misuse of official powers yet again. Sources said NAB’s combined investigation team has summoned the former prime minister on May 20. Earlier, Nawaz had not appeared before the bureau as...

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Nation wants “Islamic Pakistan” not “Naya Pakistan”

Nation wants “Islamic Pakistan” not “Naya Pakistan”

LAHORE: On Sunday, Jamat-e-Islami leader Sirajul Haq, speaking at the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal’s (MMA) first public gathering in Punjab said that the rally was a prim and proper clear signal that it was about time that the nation wanted an “Islamic Pakistan” rather than “Naya Pakistan”. “US agents are worried to...

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2008 Mumbai attacks were primarily used by India to malign Pakistan

2008 Mumbai attacks were primarily used by India to malign Pakistan

On Sunday, the former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, remarked on affairs pertaining to the 2008 Mumbai attacks, saying that the incident was used by India to malign Pakistan. “Pakistan was heavily criticized over the Mumbai attacks,” he stated in response to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s recent remarks...

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