Sacked UK Pakistani actor ‘sorry’ for using unacceptable words on Twitter

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LONDON: A Pakistan-born UK actor apologised on Monday for using “unacceptable language” about Indians, which saw him fired from Britain’s most popular TV soap. Marc Anwar, More...

Film ‘Janaan’ seeks positive global spotlight for Pakistan

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LONDON: The cast and crew behind new film “Janaan” are hoping to showcase the positive side of Pakistan as they look to bolster international investment and interest in the More...

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                LONDON:  Pharmacist Khalid Ahmed and Public Health England’s Be Clear on Cancer Team Multicultural Marketing Consultancy More...

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Pakistan capable of conducting surgical strikes, Nawaz Sharif warns

ISLAMABAD  – In what apparently has come as a warning from Pakistan to India, Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif on Friday proclaimed that the country was capable of carrying More...

Pak Army closely monitoring situation on eastern border: DG ISPR

PESHAWAR (Web Desk) – Amid growing tension between Pakistan and India, Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa on Tuesday More...

US paper facing threats for endorsing Clinton

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NEW YORK: A conservative Arizona newspaper is facing death threats and losing subscriptions after it broke with tradition More...

Pakistan Zindabad’ slogan chanted during Congress rally in Uttar Pradesh

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UTTAR PRADESH– Protesters in Congress rally held in Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday chanted ‘Pakistan More...

551bd1368e1ed-640x384 Hamza Ali Abbasi calls for boycott of Bollywood, Indian content

KARACHI: Once again taking to social media, Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi has called for a...

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Pakistani actor Fawad Khan has reportedly left India after Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) threatened to beat...

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MUMBAI, INDIA: The film workers association of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Friday set a...

Kerber to start 2017 at Brisbane International

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BRISBANE: World number one and two-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber will return to the Brisbane International More...

Pakistan beat India to lift Asian Beach Games Kabaddi title

LAHORE: Pakistan clinched the Asian Beach Games Kabaddi gold beating arch rivals India in a close finish 30-28 Tuesday in Danang,..

McCullum replaces Azhar as Lahore Qalandar’s captain for PSL 2

LAHORE: New Zealand’s former captain Brendon McCullum will lead Lahore Qalandar in Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) second edition. Lahore Qalandars’ director..

Oil prices down on doubts over OPEC deal

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SINGAPORE: Oil prices fell in Asia Friday as doubts emerged over the long-term success of a surprise OPEC agreement More...

Disney considering bid for Twitter: report

SAN FRANCISCO: The Walt Disney Company is evaluating a potential bid for Twitter, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people familiar with..

Pak-Bahrain Investment Forum to be held on Sunday

ISLAMABAD (APP): Pakistan-Bahrain Investment Forum will be held for first time in the Kingdom of Bahrain Manama on Sunday. The opening..

Pakistan launches $500 million in Islamic bonds

pakistan-e1475132921463 KARACHI: Pakistan is set to launch $500 million in Islamic bonds to raise money for its foreign exchange reserves, a senior..
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China opens longest glass bottom bridge in world

ZHANGJIAJIE, CHINA: Tourists who suffer from vertigo need not apply. The world’s highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge opened Saturday in China’s..
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Common chemicals may reduce vitamin D levels

ISLAMABAD: Exposure to certain common chemicals called endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in several consumer products, including plastic bottles, may reduce levels of..
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Physical activity may lower risk of bacterial infection

ISLAMABAD: Low and moderate levels of physical activity may significantly lower the risk of bacterial infection, a new study has found...

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