The Indo-Pak ‘Haseenas’ at Cannes

The Indo-Pak ‘Haseenas’ at Cannes

Mahira Khan has been making headlines lately for her debut at the Cannes 2018. The Pakistani actress represented the brand L’Oreal Paris and made quite an impression. No one could miss her charm – not even the gorgeous Bollywood starlets, Sonam Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachan! @mahirahkhan & @sonamkapoor spreading love...

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Humorous tweets: Ramadan on a lighter note

Humorous tweets: Ramadan on a lighter note

Ramadan is finally here and Muslims all over the world are rejoicing but let’s face it, it’s definitely a tough month to get through and a little bit of humour helps! We’re living for these hilarious reactions and memes from people kicking off the holy month: All smokers right now...

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Summer Drinks!

Summer Drinks!

The much-awaited Holy month of Ramadan is here, falling in the hottest and the longest days of the year. It is a real challenge to fast during the peak summer season with scorching heat. What’s more, our body keeps losing water all this time and can even cause weakness and...

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World Hypertension Day 2018: science-backed way to prevent and control high blood pressure

World Hypertension Day 2018: science-backed way to prevent and control high blood pressure

May 17 marks World Hypertension Day 2018, which aims to raise awareness of hypertension, which is more commonly known as high blood pressure. With high blood pressure linked to an increased risk of diseases such as heart attack and stroke, here we round up some of the recent research showing how high...

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Bears continue to lead the PSX amid dull trading sessions

Bears continue to lead the PSX amid dull trading sessions

Bears continued to lead the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Wednesday, with the benchmark KSE-100 index losing 158 points in one of the dullest trading sessions in recent months. The index fluctuated from the day’s high of 42,580 points to a low of 42,199 before closing at 42,301 points on...

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5 strategies to reduce the symptoms of pollen allergy without using medications

5 strategies to reduce the symptoms of pollen allergy without using medications

Checking the pollen count will help you decide if it is a good day to be outside or if it is better to stay at home. With the arrival of spring and the beginning of summer, the grass turns green, the trees renew their leaves and the parks and gardens...

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Healthy Ramadan Tips: Rules to Remember

Healthy Ramadan Tips: Rules to Remember

The spiritual blessings of Ramadan are multiple but when done right, the holy month of fasting also comes with tangible physical benefits. Combining healthy food choices with fasting resets your metabolism and can help you shed a few pounds and lower your cholesterol too. Ramadan isn’t about pakoras, parathas and all-you-can-eat...

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Traditions and rituals of Ramadan

Traditions and rituals of Ramadan

Ramadan is a special period for practicing Muslims around the world, characterized by spiritual discipline and the pursuit of purification. Rava reviews its most emblematic practices.

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8 questions to understand why Israelis and Palestinians fight

8 questions to understand why Israelis and Palestinians fight

Palestinians clashed with the Israeli army, which responded with gas and snipers. They are the worst clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in the last four years and coincide with the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel. What sparked the clashes this time was the transfer of...

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The 31-year-old David Warner to return to cricket after the ball-tampering scandal

The 31-year-old David Warner to return to cricket after the ball-tampering scandal

SYDNEY: Banned Australia batsman David Warner will attempt to forge ahead with his career back on track by playing the start of the Sydney grade cricket season with Randwick Petersham. The 31-year-old Former Australia vice-captain Warner was subjected to a one-year ban by Cricket Australia for his role in the...

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Ramadan moon sighting attempt turns a success, first day of the Holy month marks today

Ramadan moon sighting attempt turns a success, first day of the Holy month marks today

KARACHI: The crescent for the holy month of Ramadan had been sighted yesterday (Wednesday) followed by a confirmation regarding the commencement of the month of fasting from Thursday (today), May 17 in Pakistan, sources affirmed. Chairman Central Ruet-e-Hilal Commitee, Mufti Muneebur Rehman made the announcement after heading session of central...

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The ambitious project with which China wants to control the climate in a region as big as Alaska

The ambitious project with which China wants to control the climate in a region as big as Alaska

China carries out a large-scale project in which it wants to cause rainfall in one of the country’s main water reserves. It is the largest artificial rain system ever designed. And China has created it to face the drought in one of its most important water sources. The Chinese Aerospace Science...

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John Bolton, the man who angered North Korea

John Bolton, the man who angered North Korea

John Bolton is a US National Security Advisor. since April. John Bolton provokes “disgust” in North Korea. The White House security adviser said Pyongyang justified its threat to cancel the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. And it is that Bolton suggested on Sunday...

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Case Stormy Daniels: Trump reveals that he reimbursed $ 100,000 to the lawyer who paid the porn actress

Case Stormy Daniels: Trump reveals that he reimbursed $ 100,000 to the lawyer who paid the porn actress

Trump admitted the payment to Daniels although he denies having had a sexual relationship with her. First, I did not know anything about the payment. Then he recognized that it had been done. And now he presented a test. With a financial statement released Wednesday, US President Donald Trump formally informed that...

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“I appreciate Nawaz campaigning for PTI through his now-obvious love fest with Modi, to save his corruption & business interests”, Imran Khan

“I appreciate Nawaz campaigning for PTI through his now-obvious love fest with Modi, to save his corruption & business interests”, Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan levelled sarcasm at former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, as he “appreciated” the PML-N quaid for “campaigning” for the PTI through his “now-obvious love fest” with Indian prime minister Modi. Khan added that he was “startled” that with Nawaz speaking Modi’s language,...

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5 killed and 6 injured in a road accident as vehicle upturns

5 killed and 6 injured in a road accident as vehicle upturns

RAWALPINDI: At least five people were spotted dead and six others injured in a traffic accident in District Attock, sources in the motorway police informed media. A passenger van en route to Battagram from Islamabad upturned near the Chach Interchange after the left wheel of the vehicle got burst, sources claimed....

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Brother-in-law allegedly kills woman and her 3 children, corpses found in sacks outside residence

Brother-in-law allegedly kills woman and her 3 children, corpses found in sacks outside residence

SHIKARPUR: Corpse of a woman and her three children were found in sacks outside their house in New Faujdari area of Shikarpur, early Thursday morning. The deceased, including the woman’s 26-year-old daughter and two sons aged six and eight, have been shifted to hospital for postmortem. The deceased’s husband, identified...

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KE skirts responsibility as most localities in Karachi engulf with darkness during sehri hours

KE skirts responsibility as most localities in Karachi engulf with darkness during sehri hours

KARACHI: Certain areas and localities of the metropolis were engulfed with darkness on the first day of Ramadan as Muslims woke up to have their pre-dawn meal (sehri), officials reported. As Karachiites welcomed the holy month of Ramadan, they were awarded with an unwelcome guest namely; ‘load-shedding’. Many families were forced...

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