Clinton delivers stinging attack on Trump at graduation speech

NEW YORK: Hillary Clinton launched a stinging attack on Donald Trump on Friday, obliquely comparing him to former president Richard Nixon, who resigned in 1974 to escape impeachment, and savaging the Republican More...

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UK police say they have “hands around” some Manchester attack network

MANCHESTER: Britain’s head of counter-terrorism policing said on Friday the authorities had made several significant arrests connected with the Manchester suicide bomb attack More...

British PM condemns Manchester blast

MANCHESTER: Nineteen people have been killed in a suspected terrorist attack during a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande in the northwest English city of Manchester, police More...

King Arthur’ director says David Beckham ‘great on screen’

LONDON: David Beckham has received some scathing reviews in the British press for his cameo in the film “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”, but director Guy Ritchie has More...

Ramazan moon not sighted, fasting to begin on Sunday

ISLAMABAD: Sunday, May 28, is the start of holy month of Ramadan in Pakistan, the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee (CEC) announced on Friday. CEC Chairman Mufti Muneeb ur Rehman More...

Pakistan, China sign MoUs to make Gwadar modern port city

BEIJING: Pakistan and China signed various agreements and memorandums of understanding on making Gwadar a world class modern port city and on leveraging special economic zones More...

Clinton delivers stinging attack on Trump at graduation speech

NEW YORK: Hillary Clinton launched a stinging attack on Donald Trump on Friday, obliquely comparing him to former president More...

Saudi Arabia king hopeful over ‘historic’ Muslim-US summit

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud on Monday expressed hope a “historic” summit to be held More...

Shah Rukh Khan fears take over of Bollywood

MUMBAI: Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan said that Hollywood will take over Bollywood unless the people...

Hackers demand ransom for stolen Disney movie

HOLLYWOOD: Disney appears to be the latest target of hackers demanding a ransom. Walt Disney CEO...

Salman’s latest movie’s teaser trailer has everyone excited

MUMBAI: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has generated excitement, intrigue and frenzy among the masses after the...

Jayawardene to coach Bangladesh league team

DHAKA: Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene was on Friday named as the head coach of the Bangladesh Premier More...

Sharapova on course for Wimbledon after opening win in Rome

ROME: Maria Sharapova guaranteed herself a spot in the Wimbledon qualifying tournament with a first-round victory against American Christina McHale at..

Formula One: Bottas seeks to double up in Barcelona

BARCELONA (AFP) – Valtteri Bottas seeks to prove his maiden Formula One success at Sochi was no fluke by repeating the..

Outstanding foreign debt stands at USD 58.4 billion

LAHORE  – The outstanding foreign debt stands at USD 58.4 billion while the number was USD 48 billion in More...

Walmart pushing hard to catch Amazon in e-commerce

NEW YORK: Wal-Mart Stores, the 800-pound gorilla of retail, is running hard to catch up in an increasingly crucial segment where..

Pakistan Cabinet to discuss macro economic indicators

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – Pakistan Finance Ministry is all set to present new fiscal year Budgetary Paper before the Cabinet to..

Toyota eyes ‘flying car’ future

Tokyo, Japan: Toyota has its sights set on a Blade Runner future as the Japanese automaker backs a move to launch..

GE signs USD 15 bn of Saudi deals, MoUs during Trump visit

RIYADH (AFP) – US conglomerate General Electric said it signed agreements and memorandums of understanding worth $15 billion with Saudi Arabia..

Panama Papers Jail’: A prison ship for tax avoiders?

Designers have come forth with plans for a giant prison ship for those named and shamed in the Panama Papers released..

For healthier arteries, eat more fruits and vegetables

NEW YORK: Eating more fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of peripheral artery disease, according to a study of more..

Can exercise weaken the link between obesity and heart damage?

Even though heavy adults can be more prone to cardiac problems than their slimmer peers, exercise may lower the odds of..

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