8 Benefits Of Dates During Pregnancy And How They Ease Labor

8 Benefits Of Dates During Pregnancy And How They Ease Labor

Catherine began eating about six to seven dates every day as soon as she entered the ninth month of her pregnancy. The result – she had a smooth labor and a normal delivery. But how could dates help in an easy labor? What secrets do they hold for pregnancy? If...

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Faisalabad: 7 year old girl expires as heart treatment in India turns out to be unsuccessful

Faisalabad: 7 year old girl expires as heart treatment in India turns out to be unsuccessful

LUDHIANA: A seven-year-old girl from Faisalabad who was undergoing treatment in a hospital in India passed away on Tuesday. According to reports, Zainab had three holes in her heart with the left side of her heart not working. Zainab’s father said the doctors at Faisalabad’s Institute of Cardiology had recommended that...

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Election 2018: 11, 855 candidates up for NA, PA seats

Election 2018: 11, 855 candidates up for NA, PA seats

According to details, 1, 623 candidates will fight from Punjab, 824 from Sindh, 725 from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and 287 from Balochistan for the national assembly seats. A total of 4, 036 candidates are in the run for 297 general seats of the Punjab Assembly, 2, 252 candidates for 130 general...

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#MeToo victim: Spanish journalist forcibly kissed by an aggressive fan during a live broadcast at the World Cup in Moscow

#MeToo victim: Spanish journalist forcibly kissed by an aggressive fan during a live broadcast at the World Cup in Moscow

A Spanish journalist was kissed during a live broadcast in Moscow in the latest episode of harassment towards female reporters at the World Cup. Maria Gomez was reporting from Moscow before Spain’s match against Russia on Sunday when she had an unwanted approach from a fan. She shared the clip with her 40,000 followers...

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Nursing of newborns: Is using an air conditioner (AC) or cooler safe with a newborn?

Nursing of newborns: Is using an air conditioner (AC) or cooler safe with a newborn?

The question arises; Is using an air conditioner (AC) or cooler safe with a newborn? Yes, it is safe, provided you take a few precautions. Most doctors agree that it is safer to use a cooler or an air conditioner (AC) with a newborn than to let him stay in a hot,...

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‘Baby blues’? Let’s stop belittling the suffering of new mothers

‘Baby blues’? Let’s stop belittling the suffering of new mothers

As a society, we struggle to empathise with the mental health problems of motherhood. Mothers and children pay the price  ‘Those who haven’t had children sometimes can’t see what the fuss is about … Everybody has a mother – how hard can it be?’ Photograph: Monkey Business Images/Getty/iStockphoto Sleep deprivation....

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The love gap: Broken because of breakup? Discover the reasons!

The love gap: Broken because of breakup? Discover the reasons!

Of course, every couple is unique. The longer two people shared their lives together, the more likely it is for complex factors to be involved. The list of reasons below is not meant to be comprehensive. They simply represent some of the most common and damaging factors behind relational dissolution....

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‘Dead’ South African woman found alive in mortuary fridge

‘Dead’ South African woman found alive in mortuary fridge

JOHANNESBURG: A South African woman who paramedics had declared dead after a horrific car crash was later found alive in a mortuary fridge, emergency services said on Monday. Ambulance service Distress Alert confirmed that the unnamed woman had been certified dead by paramedics at the scene of the pile-up outside...

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First time photograph of the birth of a planet (probably it is cloudy, hotter than Mercury and bigger than Jupiter)

First time photograph of the birth of a planet (probably it is cloudy, hotter than Mercury and bigger than Jupiter)

PDS 70b, the first planet to be captured at birth, can be seen in the photograph to the right of the black dot in the center of the dust and gas cloud. Before, the birth of a new planet was captured indirectly. The glow of nearby stars is usually so powerful...

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Only 2 Bollywood celebrities will be invited to Deepika-Ranveer’s solemnizing event in Italy

Only 2 Bollywood celebrities will be invited to Deepika-Ranveer’s solemnizing event in Italy

Bollywood’s Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have been in a relationship for over five years, and there are rumors that the couple will officially celebrate their relationship and tie a knot in November this year. The two have neither spoken up about their relationship nor denied it in media, however...

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Pakistan’s tea imports escalate by 6.76% during 2018

Pakistan’s tea imports escalate by 6.76% during 2018

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s tea imports have recently witnessed an increase of 6.76% during the first eleven months of the fiscal year 2017-18 as against the corresponding period of last year. The tea imports into the country during July-May (2017-18) were recorded at $524.018 million against the imports of $490.848 million during...

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Lahore Qalandars to participate in Abu Dhabi’s T20 tournament as a part of ‘Sheikh Zayed Year’ revelries

Lahore Qalandars to participate in Abu Dhabi’s T20 tournament as a part of ‘Sheikh Zayed Year’ revelries

ABU DHABI: Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars will participate in a T20 tournament in Abu Dhabi from October 4 to 6, as part of ‘Sheikh Zayed Year’ revelries. Apart from Qalandars, top four other teams of different leagues would also be participating in the tournament, including Hobart Hurricane...

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“A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything”, Khan’s message to all those who are intending not to cast votes this year

“A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything”, Khan’s message to all those who are intending not to cast votes this year

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday urged all Pakistanis to vote in the upcoming general election. Imran took to Twitter to post a message for “all those Pakistanis who are intending not to vote in the coming historical elections on July 25”. “A man who stands...

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PTI chairman Imran Khan’s visit to Karachi for election campaign gets delayed as heavy rains continue to pour in Lahore

PTI chairman Imran Khan’s visit to Karachi for election campaign gets delayed as heavy rains continue to pour in Lahore

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan’s departure to Karachi was delayed on Tuesday as heavy rains continued to pour in Lahore. Khan was scheduled to reach Karachi from Lahore via charter flight around noon as part of his election campaign. It is not yet known when the cricketer-turned-politician will...

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Pakistani manufactured footballs export surge by nearly 10.64% in 2018

Pakistani manufactured footballs export surge by nearly 10.64% in 2018

ISLAMABAD: Export of footballs from Pakistan during July-May (2017-18) has increased by 10.64% as compared to same month of the previous year that is 2017. As many as 37.28 million numbers of manufactured footballs valuing US $153.018 million were sent overseas during the period under review compared to the export...

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Rain in Lahore claims life of 6 due to electrocution and road accidents

Rain in Lahore claims life of 6 due to electrocution and road accidents

Lahore: Three people died in Lahore Monday night as rain continued to wreak havoc across Punjab. Death rate tolls to 6, reasons being: electrocution and road accidents. The rain resulted in 150 electricity feeders tripping in the city, plunging different areas of the city into darkness. The total amount of rain...

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The 10 richest countries in the world and the 10 most unequal countries

The 10 richest countries in the world and the 10 most unequal countries

The richest countries are Qatar, Macao and Luxembourg. What does it mean if a country is rich? Although the answer may seem simple, because it would be enough to look at which ones generate more wealth, the truth is that it is not so simple. To create this list, several...

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Thailand: missing teen football team found alive for 9 days in a cave

Thailand: missing teen football team found alive for 9 days in a cave

The minors were located safe after spending 9 days inside the cave. “How many are you?” Asked a rescuer. – “13”, they responded. – “13? Excellent”. This was the first dialogue of a couple of British rescuers with the 12 teenagers and their football coach who were missing in a...

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Policemen seen manhandling social activist Jibran Nasir who is now in police custody

Policemen seen manhandling social activist Jibran Nasir who is now in police custody

KARACHI: On Monday police incarcerated social activist Jibran Nasir in Karachi. Nasir in his video message of social media alleged that the policemen ripped off his attire and dragged him along with them. It has been learnt that the social activist has been detained at Frere police station in Karachi....

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Head of Sindh Water Commission grants 3 months tenure to industries for installation of water treatment plants followed by a written verdict

Head of Sindh Water Commission grants 3 months tenure to industries for installation of water treatment plants followed by a written verdict

KARACHI: On Monday, the Head of Sindh Water Commission, Justice (retd) Amir Hani Muslim, gave three months’ time to industries for installation of water treatment plants and issued a written verdict in this regard. The commission’s head, in the verdict, cautioned that if treatment plants were not installed within three...

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ECP declares 20,700 stations ‘sensitive’, polling hours revised; 8am to 6pm

ECP declares 20,700 stations ‘sensitive’, polling hours revised; 8am to 6pm

ISLAMABAD: On Monday, the Election Commission of Pakistan declared as many as 20,700 polling stations sensitive in its briefing to Caretaker Prime Minister Justice (retd) Nasirul Mulk. The institution also briefed the premier over possible despicable plans to sabotage the election process. It recommended the caretaker government to set up...

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