Most sought-after cosmetic brands in Pakistan

Most sought-after cosmetic brands in Pakistan

Pakistani markets are flooded with infinite cosmetic bands. But when it comes to quality, class and popularity; there are ten cosmetic brands in Pakistan that have outshined all others. Cosmetic brands support up the sparkle, engaging quality and reliability in both men and ladies. Beauty care products make you look more...

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Islamabad’s 3-day Food Festival – cause it’s THAT time of the year!

Islamabad’s 3-day Food Festival – cause it’s THAT time of the year!

Last weekend, the highly anticipated Islamabad Eat came to town for a second time since its debut last year. During the three-day food festival, the city came alive like never before, with cars lined up outside the Jinnah Convention Center and crowds of people in queues to get through security...

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Promotion of tourism: Karachi’s excursion map soon to be drafted

Promotion of tourism: Karachi’s excursion map soon to be drafted

KARACHI: The city administration has decided to draft an updated “City Tour Map” coupled with unflagging concerted efforts for conservation of more than 1,500 public and private properties declared as heritage buildings. Officials on Tuesday said a strict policy had already been adopted to prevent damage to these buildings that are...

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7-year-old boy earns a phenomenal $22 million just one year

7-year-old boy earns a phenomenal $22 million just one year

A seven-year-old toy reviewer who made $22 million in a year has been revealed as YouTube’s highest-earning star. Ryan of Ryan ToysReview beat famous YouTubers including Jake and Logan Paul and Swedish gamer PewDiePie to top the list compiled by Forbes. His channel, which involves him opening toys and then playing...

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Attention Pakistanis! President Arif Alvi’s rolls out a sincere request to Pakistanis out there, take note!

Attention Pakistanis! President Arif Alvi’s rolls out a sincere request to Pakistanis out there, take note!

ISLAMABAD: Considering pressure on the Pakistan rupee, President Dr Arif Alvi has sincerely urged Pakistanis to buy local/‘Made in Pakistan’ products. The President tweeted, “Considering pressure on Pak rupee, I urge Pakistanis to buy ‘Made in Pakistan’.” Considering pressure on Pak rupee,I urge Pakistanis to buy 'Made in Pakistan'. In...

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In the line of duty:Peshawar official Sara Tawab Umar performs duty while carrying infant daughter

In the line of duty:Peshawar official Sara Tawab Umar performs duty while carrying infant daughter

 Additional Assistant Commissioner Peshawar Sara Tawab Umar made waves as she supervised a drive against illegal encroachments and price hikes by shopkeepers in the city while carrying her five-month-old daughter. In what is a rare sight world over, Tawab performed duty while carrying her infant daughter. Tawab on Wednesday supervised...

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Pakpattan police officer’ in viral dance video turns out to be stage actor

Pakpattan police officer’ in viral dance video turns out to be stage actor

Police on Monday had suspended a police officer after a dance video had gone viral but turns out that the man in question was a stage actor and not an official. Pakpattan police officer, Inspector Arshad, had been suspended after a dance video of a man who looked similar to...

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Police official suspended after dance video goes viral

Police official suspended after dance video goes viral

A Station House officer (SHO) stationed at Kalyana Police Station in Pakpattan, was suspended after a video of him dancing with an unidentified woman went viral on social media SHO Inspector Arshad can be seen dancing with a woman on a Bollywood song in a video that went viral on...

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SP Suhai Aziz Talpur offered to marry in China

SP Suhai Aziz Talpur offered to marry in China

SP Suhai Aziz Talpur, who led the  operation during the Chinese consulate attack in Karachi,  is being  widely applauded for her brave and heroic response to the   scene. While the social media users in China seem to have  fallen in love with the female police officer who fearlessly led the...

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Kamila Shamsie, Mohsin Hamid compete for DSC Prize for South Asian Literature

Kamila Shamsie, Mohsin Hamid compete for DSC Prize for South Asian Literature

Pakistani authors Kamila Shamsie and Mohsin Hamid have been shortlisted for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018. Shamsie’s Home Fire and Hamid’s Exit West will compete with four other authors’ works for the coveted $25,000 prize which honours South Asian fiction writing. According to the DSC, this year’s nominees “poignantly bring alive a wide...

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