Pakistan fined by the ICC during Lord’s test

Pakistan fined by the ICC during Lord’s test

Pakistan has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate in the Lord’s Test against England, which the visitors won by nine wickets on Sunday to go one-up in the two-Test series. Jeff Crowe of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees imposed the fine after Sarfraz Ahmed’s side was...

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Rishi Kapoor fails to spot his son Ranbir in Sanju’s trailer

Rishi Kapoor fails to spot his son Ranbir in Sanju’s trailer

MUMBAI: If you have any doubts about the outstanding acting and transformation of Ranbir Kapoor in the upcoming movie Sanju, then you should really check the reaction of Rishi Kapoor who could not recognize his own son in film’s trailer. Bollywood veteran actor Rishi Kapoor watched Sanju’s trailer lately and remarked...

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Students and celebrities unite against #SaadatBashir Movement

Students and celebrities unite against #SaadatBashir Movement

An outrageous act was conducted with biology students on 24th May 2018. As the girls walked into Bahria College Islamabad to give their biology practical none had expected they would walk out being physically assaulted. The examiner, Sadat Bashir was known to be very strict, that not all, he did...

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Another heatwave engulfs Karachi, temperatures likely to soar up to 44°C until Thursday

Another heatwave engulfs Karachi, temperatures likely to soar up to 44°C until Thursday

Pakistan continues to sizzle as extremely sweltering and dry weather prevails across the country during the month of Ramazan. According to Pakistan Meteorological (Met) Department, mainly hot and dry weather is expected across most parts of the country such as Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad, Sukkur and Larkana along with DI...

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OGRA recommends hike in prices of petrol and diesel by Rs7.10 and Rs5.20 respectively

OGRA recommends hike in prices of petrol and diesel by Rs7.10 and Rs5.20 respectively

KARACHI: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has recommended an hike in prices of petrol and diesel by more than Rs 7 and Rs 5 per liter respectively, sources informed Geo News Tuesday. The OGRA has forwarded a summary of the recommended a surge in prices of petrol and diesel...

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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia vow to enhance economic ties

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia vow to enhance economic ties

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Interior, Ahsan Iqbal and Saudi Minister of Interior, Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Nayef on Monday vowed to further enhance economic cooperation for strengthening the existing bonds between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Interior Minister welcomed Ahsan Iqbal to the Kingdom. He also showed concern over the assassination...

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Starbucks reputation hits low, shuts 8000 US cafes for racial bias training

Starbucks reputation hits low, shuts 8000 US cafes for racial bias training

Starbucks appealed to customers for forgiveness in a row over racial profiling on Tuesday, saying its behaviour towards two black American customers last month had been reprehensible as it closed 8,000 stores for anti-bias training. The company has settled privately with the two men after the incident in a Philadelphia...

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15 Brilliant Ways To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

15 Brilliant Ways To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

In warmer months, it’s tempting to crank the AC or plant yourself in front of the nearest fan. But these aren’t the only tricks to keeping cool. It turns out there are plenty of ways to buffer your home from the heat without racking up your electric bill. And they’ll...

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India waging water aggression against Pakistan, controversy continues: Siraj ul Haq

India waging water aggression against Pakistan, controversy continues: Siraj ul Haq

LAHORE: On Tuesday, Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Siraj-ul-Haq said India was waging water hostility against Pakistan. India was diverting Pakistan’s water by constructing the controversial dam on the river, he said. Pakistan believes that the recent inauguration of Kishanganga dam by India without resolution of the water disputes was a mere...

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Federal Cabinet approves on internal affairs

Federal Cabinet approves on internal affairs

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the federal cabinet, presided over by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Tuesday approved various policies and appointments among other decisions. The meeting chaired by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in Islamabad ratified the decisions taken by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet in its...

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How the child rescued by the “Spiderman” of Paris ended up hanging from a balcony

How the child rescued by the “Spiderman” of Paris ended up hanging from a balcony

France has praised the feat of Mamoudou Gassama, the Malian immigrant who climbed to the fourth floor of a Parisian building to save a 4-year-old boy who hung from a balcony. But the incident left many doubts: how did the little one get there? where were their parents? Could the neighbor next door...

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Around 35% people in Sindh infected with hepatitis virus, say experts

Around 35% people in Sindh infected with hepatitis virus, say experts

KARACHI: Every fifth death in Sindh is being caused either directly by hepatitis B and C or by complications caused by them. Around 20% to 25% of the population in the province is infected with hepatitis B or C, while in some areas of the province, which also include Gadap and...

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14-year-old killed amid crossfire in Lahore’s Shadbagh area

14-year-old killed amid crossfire in Lahore’s Shadbagh area

LAHORE: A 14-year-old passerby was killed on Tuesday amid Dolphin Force personnel and suspects crossfire in Lahore’s Shadbagh area, while the 14-year old suffered a gunshot wound and died instantly. Closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the incident showed two Dolphin Force personnel on a motorbike chasing suspects in a car....

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How to rant (intelligently) can help you not lose your job by a fit of fury

How to rant (intelligently) can help you not lose your job by a fit of fury

“There is nothing wrong with ranting, but only if you do it right,” says Carl Richards, financial consultant and author of the book “The Behavioral Gap”. “If you do it wrong, you can lose your job,” he adds. His proposal is basically cursing in a productive way. And the idea came...

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What is “the worst website in the world” and what is it used for?

What is “the worst website in the world” and what is it used for?

Nowadays, anyone can create a web page. It’s free and apparently simple. Just think a name, choose a platform -WordPress, Wix, Sqarespace … there are hundreds of them- download a template and start experimenting. But to make it well made and attractive is another story. Who has not been shocked to...

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USA authorizes Bayer to acquire Monsanto

USA authorizes Bayer to acquire Monsanto

The acquisition was approved, however, under strict conditions. Bayer will have to sell off parts of its business worth almost 9,000 million dollars.      The competition authorities of the United States authorized this Tuesday (29.05.2018) the German pharmaceutical and chemical giant Bayer to acquire the US seed company Monsanto, but established...

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Trump wants European patients to pay

Trump wants European patients to pay

Not only cars and steel, but also drugs are a thorn in the way of Trump. The drugs are very expensive in the United States and the president wants to lower costs in a very “simple” way. Medications in the United States are more expensive than in other industrialized countries. According to...

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Donald Trump insists: “In the end Mexico will pay the wall”

Donald Trump insists: “In the end Mexico will pay the wall”

One of the favorite subjects of Donald Trump returned to come to the fore this Tuesday (29.05.2018) during an act of the agent chief executive next to his followers in Nashville (Tennessee). In his speech, the billionaire insisted that Mexico must pay for the construction of the promised border wall, one...

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