Pakistan’s First ‘Milk ATM’ Installed in Lahore

Pakistan’s First ‘Milk ATM’ Installed in Lahore

Remember when you had to queue up at a milkman’s shop and pay for the milk once it was your turn? Those days may be finally coming to an end, thanks to an innovative new idea that puts the milkman out of the equation. If you have a bank account,...

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Rupee gradually recovers against US dollar, results in positive impact on KSE

Rupee gradually recovers against US dollar, results in positive impact on KSE

KARACHI: The rupee recovered against the US dollar in the interbank and open market on Wednesday. The rupee hit an intra-day high of Rs132 to the US dollar in the interbank, while on the open market it hit Rs133 after gaining Rs0.90. The recovery comes after Saudi Arabia’s announcement of...

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Fire-fighters concurrently manage to douse fire at PID building, investigations underway

Fire-fighters concurrently manage to douse fire at PID building, investigations underway

ISLAMABAD: A fire which immersed the Press Information Department (PID) building on Wednesday was doused with apparently no loss of life, as per sources. The record room of the PID was completely engulfed as a result of the blaze, which started on the sixth floor and quickly enveloped the entire...

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Imad Wasim: “It was my decision to boycott T10 leagues and I am proud”

Imad Wasim: “It was my decision to boycott T10 leagues and I am proud”

Pakistan’s all-rounder Imad Wasim said that as a cricketer he stands by and seconds Mr. Salman Iqbal’s decision of boycotting the controversial T10 League. While addressing media in Abu Dhabi ahead of Pakistan’s first T20I against Australia, Imad Wasim hailed the efforts of the founder and CEO of ARY Digital...

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World Polio Day: PM resolves to achieve polio-free Pakistan

World Polio Day: PM resolves to achieve polio-free Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday expressed his resolve to eradicate the polio virus from Pakistan, which is one of the only three countries in the world, along with Afghanistan and Nigeria, that suffers from endemic polio. In his message on World Polio Day, being observed today, October 24,...

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Watching TV can rob you of sleep

Watching TV can rob you of sleep

It may seem harmless to veg in front of the TV before bed. You tune in, relax, zone out, and, eventually, you nod off. Plenty of people do it—as many as two-thirds of adults worldwide. But if your goal is to get a good night’s sleep, your best bet is to...

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Unearthing theft of Adiala jail’s grocery items being sold in market

Unearthing theft of Adiala jail’s grocery items being sold in market

RAWALPINDI: Unearthing theft of jail’s grocery items, a senior official of Central Jail Adiala has approached the city police complaining that edible items of the prison are being sold in a nearby market. Javaid Iqbal, who is a senior clerk in the Jail, wrote in his complaint that he spotted...

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Four schoolchildren injured in Quetta firing

Four schoolchildren injured in Quetta firing

QUETTA: At least four schoolchildren were injured as a result of firing outside a private school in Quetta’s Killi Shabo area on Wednesday. The injured students – three boys and a girl – are aged 9 to 12 years, according to witnesses. Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan took notice of...

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Starbucks launches its first ASL store in Washington to serve the deaf

Starbucks launches its first ASL store in Washington to serve the deaf

How do you say “frappuccino” in American Sign Language? That’s one of the many questions customers have at the latest branch of Starbucks, which opened on October 23 in Washington, DC. While this Starbucks looks like every other outlet of the coffee chain — mermaid logo, mugs for sale, baristas...

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FIA: Cybercrimes in Pakistan rise at an alarming rate, women targeted

FIA: Cybercrimes in Pakistan rise at an alarming rate, women targeted

Reportedly, rate of cybercrimes, especially the harassment and blackmailing of women regardless of their age, has increased sharply in Pakistan over the last three years, media reported on Tuesday citing figures released by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). Apparently, the agency said that its cybercrime circle has so far conducted 2,295...

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