Survival chances of women having heart attacks increase if physician is a female

Survival chances of women having heart attacks increase if physician is a female

Women who show up in the emergency room with a heart attack are less likely to die if they are treated by a female physician rather than a male, a new study finds. Researchers scrutinizing data from nearly 582,000 heart attack patients found that women treated by male doctors were...

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Another Indo-Pak gaffe pertaining to IMRAN KHAN: This or that?

Another Indo-Pak gaffe pertaining to IMRAN KHAN: This or that?

KARACHI: As Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf chairman Imran Khan gets more recognition across borders khan’s Namesake and Bollywood actor Iman Khan is facing some surprising turn of events. The actor brought the issue to light as he sharted a screenshot on his official Instagram which is of an email that...

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Four-eyed mutant calf born with dual heads and mouths

Four-eyed mutant calf born with dual heads and mouths

A four-eyed mutant calf has been born in China with two heads and two mouths which it is able to feed with. The little animal was born with the unusual features after it is suspected to have experienced some sort of genetic mutation. Villager Feng Wenhong shared images of the...

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India likely to tighten monetary policy to combat rising inflation

India likely to tighten monetary policy to combat rising inflation

NEW DELHI: India’s central bank will need to gradually tighten monetary policy further due to rising inflation, driven mainly driven by higher oil prices and a falling rupee, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday. The Reserve Bank of India raised the repo rate INREPO=ECI for the second straight...

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India hunting for ways to block social apps to avoid misuse

India hunting for ways to block social apps to avoid misuse

NEW DELHI: India has asked its telecom operators to find ways of blocking applications such as Facebook and messaging app WhatsApp in the case of misuse, according to a document seen by Reuters. India has in recent months intensified efforts to crack down on mass message forwards after it found...

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British PM believes Boris Johnson should apologize over his disparaging burqa comments

British PM believes Boris Johnson should apologize over his disparaging burqa comments

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May backed calls Tuesday for her former foreign minister Boris Johnson to apologize for disparaging comments he made about Muslim women wearing burqas — but he branded his critics “ridiculous”. May said his remarks “have clearly caused offense” and agreed with the chairman of her...

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Pakistani fans disappointed with Atif Aslam for singing an Indian song at an event that marked Independence Day

Pakistani fans disappointed with Atif Aslam for singing an Indian song at an event that marked Independence Day

Pakistani Singer Atif Aslam has received immense criticism for singing a Bollywood song during an Independence Day parade in New York. A couple of Pakistani citizens were disappointed after Atif sang an Indian song and left the concert midway. The singer also faced immense criticism on social media. Renowned singer...

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Setback for Saad Rafique as SC suspends vote recount plea in NA-131, Lahore

Setback for Saad Rafique as SC suspends vote recount plea in NA-131, Lahore

ISLAMABAD: A bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, gave this interim order on an appeal filed by Khan, who is poised to become the next prime minister of the country, challenging the LHC ruling which allowed his rival’s plea for a recount...

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Diamer-Bhasha dams project likely to start in 2019

Diamer-Bhasha dams project likely to start in 2019

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Implementation Committee of Diamer-Bhasha and Mohmand dams Lieutenant General retired Muzammil Hussain has informed the Supreme Court that construction work on the two dams is expected to start next year. He was briefing a four-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice...

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NAB alleges Imran Khan for illegal use of government’s helicopter

NAB alleges Imran Khan for illegal use of government’s helicopter

PESHAWAR: The National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa office handed over a questionnaire to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson and prime minister-nominee Imran Khan on Tuesday to probe his alleged illegal use of a helicopter that belonged to the KP government. According to NAB officials, the questionnaire is based on 15...

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