India’s Advice For Pregnant Women To Shun Meat, Lust Derided

India’s Advice For Pregnant Women To Shun Meat, Lust Derided

India’s government is advising pregnant women to avoid all meat, eggs and lusty thoughts. Doctors say the advice is preposterous, and even dangerous, considering India’s already-poor record with maternal health. Women are often the last to eat or receive health care in traditionally patriarchal Indian households. Malnutrition and anaemia or...

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Muslim Teen Assaulted Outside US Mosque, Found Murdered In Virginia

Muslim Teen Assaulted Outside US Mosque, Found Murdered In Virginia

The number of anti-Muslim bias incidents in the United States jumped 57 per cent in 2016 to 2,213, up from 1,409 in 2015, the Council on American-Islamic Relations advocacy group said in a report last month.

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Top IT Companies Of Pakistan

Top IT Companies Of Pakistan

Below is the details of Top IT companies of Pakistan along with it’s founding member, TRG Zia Chisti is the Founding Partner, Chairman and CEO of The Resource Group. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in Economics and Computer Science, and his MBA from Stanford University. Company Overview...

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These Two Children Books Have Lessons For Adults

These Two Children Books Have Lessons For Adults

Little match girl published in 1845 and Ugly Duckling published in 1843 are authored by Hans Christian Anderson. Little Match Girl The little match is a story of a poor girl who dies in the end due to severe cold. This story gives a clear message of denial and infidelity...

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Karachi You’re Killing Me With History (A Travel Guide To Karachi; Part Two)

Karachi You’re Killing Me With History (A Travel Guide To Karachi; Part Two)

The architectural wonder, area’s center of attraction, the memoir of pre partition era, key building in the history of Pakistani politics, The Mohatta Palace is one of the many attractions in the city of lights. Karachi is famous for many things but Mohatta Palace is different for the stories building...

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Pakistan Bids Farewell to Cricketing Giants Misbah and Younis

Pakistan Bids Farewell to Cricketing Giants Misbah and Younis

It was Yasir Shah’s last ball of the over that finally rattled through Gabriel’s defense as the Pakistani camp erupted in joy. With six balls to spare, and an unbeaten Roston Chase, Pakistan had finally sealed victory. It took the Green shirts good fifty eight long years to bag a...

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Are We Not One?

Are We Not One?

Will you abandon your child because he/she is hurt by another person? Will you leave your newborn on his/her own on the streets? Will you let your 6yr child play with adult strangers? Probably the answers to these questions are a big no. But what if you’re told that there...

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University Road, Karachites Suffering to Continue

University Road, Karachites Suffering to Continue

One of the important artery of the city, University road is these days undergoing renovation. The project that was inaugurated last December by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, involved scrapping, widening and carpeting of the 10 kilometer stretch from Civic Center (Hasan Square) to Safoora Goth intersection. Work has moved...

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The Journey Of A ‘Fugitive’ From Wall Street To Khayaban-e-Shahbaz

The Journey Of A ‘Fugitive’ From Wall Street To Khayaban-e-Shahbaz

KARACHI: From a government primary school in Karachi’s Sharafabad neighbourhood to the centre stage of high finance on Wall Street, the journey of self-styled investment guru Mir Mohammad Alikhan was unusual. But far more unusual has been his journey back from New York to Karachi. After founding a full-service investment...

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US Fugitive Mir M. Ali Khan Sought By Pakistani Securities Regulators For Alleged Stock Pump And Dump Schemes

US Fugitive Mir M. Ali Khan Sought By Pakistani Securities Regulators For Alleged Stock Pump And Dump Schemes

Mir Muhammad Ali Khan has a huge public following on social media and is actively followed,” said the statement issued by the SECP

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Imran Khan Calls French President Emmanuel Macron

Imran Khan Calls French President Emmanuel Macron

Imran Khan called Emmanuel Macron and congratulated him on becoming new French President. Khan almost shouted in the mouthpiece, TABDEELI AA NAI RAHI, TABDEELI AGAI HAI. The call that went on for few minutes, was later leaked to the general public. Probably because Imran Khan recently appointed Tariq Fatemi as his...

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Baghi; Pakistan’s own beauty and the beast tale

Baghi; Pakistan’s own beauty and the beast tale

Originally beauty and the beast ends on a happy note but this Pakistani version however is tragic. Beast unlike the original story is not a beast by his looks but his inner cruelty. There once was a beauty who was bold and fearless. She became the local internet sensation. Her...

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From Rape to Racism Indian Society Setting New Lows

From Rape to Racism Indian Society Setting New Lows

We know they are intolerant for not letting other religions practice their religion, or live a certain way of live. We understand they are oppressive, when they parade innocent civilians tied to jeep hood. We know they are cowards when they don’t allow youth to wear certain colors and we...

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North Korean Diplomat Allegedly Beaten in Karachi

North Korean Diplomat Allegedly Beaten in Karachi

A North Korean diplomat has alleged that tax officials raided his place , slapped and photographed him and his wife last month. In a written letter sent to the taxing authorities, the North Korean Embassy, demanded action, failure to which could impact diplomatic relations between the two countries. The letter...

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Saima Saleem, Another Proud Daughter of Pakistan

Saima Saleem, Another Proud Daughter of Pakistan

There is business as usual when a diplomat represents his mother state at any of the international platforms. But the business as usual, becomes a proud moment when the representative is visually impaired and is about to make history. Such was the case when Saima Saleem, a career diplomat represented...

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Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philips to Retire From Public Life

Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philips to Retire From Public Life

When the Buckingham Palace issued a meeting call late last evening, asking all staff associated with her Majesty across the country to assemble in London, the media became rife with rumors. Though a regular happening, this particular meet was called for at the eleventh hour and hence raised suspicion among...

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The New Low Of Pakistani Society; MaryamAndBhensa

The New Low Of Pakistani Society; MaryamAndBhensa

People are outraged that Maryam Nawaz has been backing the Bhensa twitter account which was brought down after the Blasphemous accusations. Now out of nowhere someone decided to let loose this shit on twitter that Maryam apparently reposted some of the Bhensa’s posts. Which is legit because Bhensa usually posted...

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Yasir Shah-nama Continues as West Indies Slump to 264 for 9

Yasir Shah-nama Continues as West Indies Slump to 264 for 9

West Indies had batted the fourth day at Barbados off in a classical test style. Holding of Pakistan and scoring here and there, the host were all set at 197 for 4, with a satisfying lead of 100 plus and a defiant lunch session, it seemed like slipping away from...

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WhatsApp Down

WhatsApp Down

What happens when a social media platform used by over a billion people goes down? Well Twitter last night gave us a fair understanding of exactly that. It was around midnight when Twitteraati in Pakistan and around the world started posting about delayed messages and no connectivity. as it turned...

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India Once Again Expresses Fantasy Desire

India Once Again Expresses Fantasy Desire

The Indian vice Chief of Army has expressed his fantasy desire of attacking Pakistan at own convenience. Acting like the kid who gets beaten up on the lot and instead of punching back, threatens of coming times, the Indian Chief sure knew how to fool his already dumb nation. Indian...

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PEMRA Revokes Bol News License

PEMRA Revokes Bol News License

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulation Authority has revoked the license of Bol News, a news channel owned and operated by Shoaib Ahmed Shiekh. The license was revoked after Interior Ministry rejected security clearance of its directors. This is not the first time that Bol News has been suspended. The channel was...

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World Press Freedom Day Observed Today

World Press Freedom Day Observed Today

The 3rd of May is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day all across the globe. Pakistan will also be celebrating with events and seminars being held by the journalist fraternity. The sad side, we are ranked 139th when it comes to freedom of press. The bright side – we climbed...

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Sindhi Wadayra Scolding Police Video Goes Viral

Sindhi Wadayra Scolding Police Video Goes Viral

The person in focus is learnt to be Nawab Zaid Talpur, who is from Kanri, Sindh. A former leader of the ruling PMLN, Zaid has now joined the PTI.

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Terrorist Sentenced By Military Court Hanged

Terrorist Sentenced By Military Court Hanged

Four hardcore terrorist who had been earlier tried and sentenced by military court were hanged in Rawalpindi today, read an ISPR statement. These terrorists were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agencies. The terrorist were...

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Chickungunya Outbreak – WHO Team Arrives to Investigate

Chickungunya Outbreak – WHO Team Arrives to Investigate

The denizens of Karachi have for long been suffering with Chickungunya, a viral disease that is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes. The disease that has now spread in several parts of the city has resulted in hundreds getting hospitalized for sever pain and high fever. As part of the efforts...

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Did Pakistani ریڈار (Radar) Actually Failed in Osama Bin Laden Abbottabad Raid

Did Pakistani ریڈار (Radar) Actually Failed in Osama Bin Laden Abbottabad Raid

Hunted for eleven years, and feared for many more, Osama Bin Laden, America’s wanted number one was killed this day six years back in the Pakistani garrison town of Abbottabad. While there is a lot to contradict and conflict about the raid, how it unfolded, and whether it was actually...

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Itna Khoobsoorat Child Molestor, Kash Main Bacha Hota

Itna Khoobsoorat Child Molestor, Kash Main Bacha Hota

We rant about our politicians for some of the most absurd, illogical statements they happen to spill, either deliberately or unintentionally. We don’t miss a chance scathing our sport personalities for their bizarre acrobatics. But seldom is the case when one of our artist comes under fire – or in...

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Nation Brazenly Trolled Maryam Nawaz

Nation Brazenly Trolled Maryam Nawaz

Daughter of the sitting Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has been constantly trolled. Maryam Nawaz’s social media team is very active and her twitter handle tweet almost on every national issue. However the nation feels it as a breach in national security. After the speculations about Jindal’s visit and...

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Is Imran Khan Heading Towards Another U-Turn

Is Imran Khan Heading Towards Another U-Turn

The master of broken promises famously known as U-turn Khan has once again failed his supporters over the question of 10 Billion offer. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Chief Imran Khan claimed that Nawaz Sharif had made an offer of 10 Billion to keep mum over Panama Papers. However it still is a...

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Indian Tycoon Jindal’s Visit Causes a Stir

Indian Tycoon Jindal’s Visit Causes a Stir

They say if you know your way in the corridors of power, there is nothing you cannot achieve. Well don’t know about a common Pakistani, but some Indian businessman sure took this seriously. Yesterday the Pakistani media erupted with the news of a high profile Indian businessman’s visit to Murree....

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PEMRA Bans Ehsan-ullah-Ehsan Saleem Safi Interview

PEMRA Bans Ehsan-ullah-Ehsan Saleem Safi Interview

Painting terrorist pious, Geo does it again. Every single Pakistani knows him as the face of Tehreek-e-Pakistan, the all famous TTP. He used to pop at our TV screens, or murmur on our newspaper after every barbaric act of terrorism that used to take place, till operation Zarb-e-Azab started. Be...

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Say Hello To Summers With Glowing Skin

Say Hello To Summers With Glowing Skin

Summers means damaged, tanned and sun burn to your skin. Here are some very easy remedies which will say goodbye to the summer dullness of your skin. First of all proper cleansing is must. Skin sweat in summers and its oily. Avoid using a face wash or a scrub which...

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Perfect Combo For Everyone’s Library

Perfect Combo For Everyone’s Library

Stephen King rightly said that books are uniquely portable magic. If you are a book lover you probably would have already read or heard about these books. And if you are a beginner then these books will intrigue you to read more. These two books will definitely add up to...

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Pakistan’s Working Class – Protected Yet Unaware

Pakistan’s Working Class – Protected Yet Unaware

Coming week Pakistan and majority of the countries will observe Labor Day. Celebrated on 1st of May, Labor Day is recognition of the labor force. Stemming from United States (celebrated on first Monday of September), the day marks efforts of suppressed labor class and helps promoting healthy and competitive working...

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Karachi You’re Killing Me With Beauty (A Travel Guide To Karachi; Part One)

Karachi You’re Killing Me With Beauty (A Travel Guide To Karachi; Part One)

If you are visiting the city of lights, the largest metropolis of the country or you live here. This is the list of things you should experience at least once in a life time. Burns Road Burns road is one of the oldest food street still steaming with mouthwatering smells...

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Three Time Prime Minister, An All Time Trouble Maker

Three Time Prime Minister, An All Time Trouble Maker

Wealth and health are two things everyone desires for. Had it been a choice by nature, each and every single one of us would have opted for birth in a wealthy family. And while nature has its own way of gifting us, some are lucky enough to get it all....

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What Is A JIT??

What Is A JIT??

Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered formation of a JIT to probe further in Panama Case.The question here is what a JIT is and how actually it functions? JIT is an abbreviation for Joint Investigation Team. JIT is a combination of various state departments/institutions task with fact finding over a fixed...

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Five Landmark Decisions By Supreme Court of Pakistan

Five Landmark Decisions By Supreme Court of Pakistan

So finally the Panama case’s decision is here. After a long wait of 57 days, and with a dissent of 3 to 2, the Supreme Court has finally decided to further probe Nawaz Sharif, while letting him live as Prime Minister. The decision that has already received critique from political...

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Panama Muddle To Continue…A Jumbled Verdict Leaves Nation Topsy-turvy

Panama Muddle To Continue…A Jumbled Verdict Leaves Nation Topsy-turvy

The verdict of Panama Case is indeed historical. For the very first time the decision favors none of the two opposing parties or otherwise favored the both. Prime Minister is still on his seat and his party is celebrating that he isn’t disqualified. Supreme Court has only ordered a formation...

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Bustard Hunting Puberty

Bustard Hunting Puberty

Pakistan is a land blessed with mineral resources. Not just the precious gems and rubies that remain untouched, the land is also host to a number of wild birds and animals that utilize the weathers down here, both periodically and regularly. One such nature’s attraction happens to be Houbara Bustard....

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Is Civil Aviation Authority Really Functional?

Is Civil Aviation Authority Really Functional?

With rescue teams yet to canvass the entire crash site and complete number of bodies yet to be collected, with the black-box yet to be discovered and reason of crash yet to be ascertained and not ruling out any chance of terrorist activity. It was the supernatural power of PIA’s...

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Pakistan’s F16s Going To India

Pakistan’s F16s Going To India

The Obama administration is working on a framework that might take the manufacturing of the super advanced F16 to India. This could be the beginning of a new arms race. We decided to study the equation with a bird’s eye view. Here is a small understanding of the situation. President-elect...

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India Comments On Trump Nawaz Phone Call

India Comments On Trump Nawaz Phone Call

The Indian government on Friday referring to a telephonic conversation between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and US President-elect Donald Trump said it looked forward to Trump helping Pakistan “address the most outstanding of its outstanding issues”, Times of India reported. Indian Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said the Indian...

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Anti-Pakistan Campaigns: Connecting The Dots

Anti-Pakistan Campaigns: Connecting The Dots

Thailand’s government has deported and revoked the visas of two nationalist Baloch activist. The activists were in Thailand to hold a conference on Balochistan, The News reported. Apprehended and deported, the organizers of a Pro-Baluchistan moot happened to be French nationals and were found violating terms and conditions of their...

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Elderly Man Behind ‘Don’t Go Raheel Sharif’ Campaign Commits Suicide

Elderly Man Behind ‘Don’t Go Raheel Sharif’ Campaign Commits Suicide

Lutf Amim Shabli, a former trade union leader, committed suicide by consuming poison. Camped outside the Karachi Press Club, Shabli was protesting against the retirement Gen Raheel Sharif who retired on Tuesday 29th November. “Raheel Sharif is a messiah. I am his fan. Only he can save the country from...

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‘IS-Linked’ Ohio University Attacker Lived In Pakistan For 7 Years: NYT

‘IS-Linked’ Ohio University Attacker Lived In Pakistan For 7 Years: NYT

The family of Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali student and child of a refugee, who wounded 11 people in a car-ramming and knife attack in Ohio university campus, lived in Pakistan for seven years before he moved to the US with his family in 2014, reported the New York...

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‘Time For Women To Drive,’ Urges Saudi Prince

‘Time For Women To Drive,’ Urges Saudi Prince

An outspoken billionaire Saudi prince has pleaded to end his country’s ban on women driving, saying overturning the law was a matter of women’s rights and economic necessity. “Stop the debate: Time for women to drive,” Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said on his official Twitter account, @Alwaleed_Talal. Talal Alwaleed is...

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Panamagate Hearing: PTI’s Naeem Bukhari Alleges Shahbaz Forged Signatures On Documents

Panamagate Hearing: PTI’s Naeem Bukhari Alleges Shahbaz Forged Signatures On Documents

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf’s lead counsel in the Panamagate case Naeem Bukhari on Wednesday, alleged the chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, had forged his cousin Tariq Shafi’s signatures on documents. While addressing a five-judge bench, Bukhari said, “I don’t want to say that Shahbaz Sharif forged Tariq Shafi’s signature but there is...

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Father Kills Teenage Daughter Over ‘Honor’ In Sukkur

Father Kills Teenage Daughter Over ‘Honor’ In Sukkur

A teenage girl was allegedly murdered by her father, along with her cousin, on the grounds of karo-kari in Rasool Bux Weesar village situated within the jurisdiction of the Saddar police station early Tuesday morning. The alleged murderer, Mushtaq Weesar, suspected that his 15-year-old daughter, Gul Bano, had an illicit...

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Woman Killed By Former Father-In-Law For Second Marriage

Woman Killed By Former Father-In-Law For Second Marriage

A woman was allegedly shot dead by her ex-father-in-law for marrying the second time, in Rawalpindi on Tuesday. The victim, identified as Nasim Bibi, was moved to District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital for autopsy. Naseerabad police filed a police case against the suspected killer Ayub, who fled from the crime scene....

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