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  • JPMC delegation visits Sindh Rangers Hospital, Karachi
    KARACHI: A team of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC), Karachi led-by its Executive Director Dr. Seemin Jamali visited Sindh Rangers Hospital Karachi on Thursday and offered their help in the upgradation of the health facility and expansion of health services in addition to training of doctors, paramedics and technicians of... Read more »
  • Murad approves establishment of engineering institute in Thar
    KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has approved establishment of state-of-art Thar Institute of Engineering, Science & Technology (TIEST) over an area of 317 acres at Mithi for Rs1.5 billion as an initial cost and more funds would be made available, if and when required. He also directed... Read more »
  • NAB makes Nawaz Sharif part of Chaudhry Sugar Mills probe
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    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday made Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif part of Chaudhry Sugar Mills investigation. According to sources, the NAB had reportedly traced numerous telegraphic transfers (TTs) from foreign countries to Nawaz Sharif’s account. The anti-graft watchdog sent a questionnaire to Nawaz Sharif in Kot Lakhpat... Read more »
  • NAB Tightens The Noose Against Shahbaz Sharif Further
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    National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to investigate Opposition leader in National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif for paying billions of rupees on consultants during his two back to back reign as a chief minister of Punjab while according to NAB sources Shahbaz Sharif paid an amount of Rs 20 billion on... Read more »
  • Kashmir dispute can be a nuclear flashpoint in South Asia: Shehryar Afridi  
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    ROME: Minister of State for SAFRON and Narcotics Control Shehryar Khan Afridi on Thursday warned that Kashmir dispute could be a nuclear flashpoint in South Asia, Radio Pakistan reported.    He said this while addressing Pakistani Community in Italy where a large number of Pakistani expatriates joined a reception to mark... Read more »
  • Opposition rejects latest appointments of ECP members
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    ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties have rejected the latest appointments on the two vacant seats of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), ARY News reported on Thursday. The opposition parties have decided to take legal action against the appointment of Khalid Mahmood Siddiqui and Munir Kakar on the vacant seats of ECP. Pakistan People’s... Read more »

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  • Govt introduces number of initiatives under ‘Ehsaas’ program: Dr. Sania
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    Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Protection and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Sania Nishtar addressed the launching ceremony of the first women in global health chapter, South Asia, on Tuesday (today). Nishtar said the government is introducing a number of initiatives under the “Ehsaas” program aimed at promoting gender mainstreaming... Read more »
  • PM Khan's 'Kamyab Jawan Programme' launched for youth uplift
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    Prime Minister's Youth Affairs Programme (PMYAP) has launched the 'Kamyab Jawan Programme’ for the socioeconomic development of the youth in the progress of the country. According to an official, under the programme a vast array of projects and initiatives would be undertaken in education, skill training, entrepreneurship, and civic engagement for... Read more »
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  • Mike Hesson turns down Pakistan coaching job
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    Mike Hesson turns down Pakistan coaching job Former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has reportedly turned down an offer by the Pakistan Cricket Board to take over from Mickey Arthur as the head coach. Hesson, who enjoyed a successful stint as Black Caps head coach from 2012 to 2018, declined the offer... Read more »
  • Cummins double stuns England after Smith makes brave 92 in second Ashes Test
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    Australia's Steve Smith returned to make 92 after a sickening blow to the neck before England captain Joe Root fell for the first golden duck of his Test career as Pat Cummins took two wickets in two balls on a dramatic fourth day of the second Ashes clash at Lord's. England... Read more »
  • New PCB constitution receives approval
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    KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has received notification from the Ministry of Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC), confirming the cabinet division’s approval of the new PCB Constitution 2019 which comes into effect on August 19, 2019, the PCB said on Wednesday.As per Clause 49 (1), the existing BoG shall continue for... Read more »
  • Zimbabwe Cricket and SRC settle issues
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    HARARE: Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) and the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) have agreed terms on a settlement, and the dust is starting to clear in what has been one of the deepest crises in the country’s cricketing history. But the resolution has come too late considering Zimbabwe’s men’s and women’s... Read more »

Life Style

  • Hamza Ali Abbasi confirms tying the knot with fellow actress Naimal
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    Actor Hamza Ali Abbasi said Wednesday he was tying the knot with fellow actress Naimal Khawar Khan of Anaa fame, confirming the marriage rumours that were circulating on social media. Taking to Twitter, he said "yup, its true" as then-unconfirmed rumours made rounds on social media over the past 24 hours.... Read more »
  • Spider-Man to leave Marvel Universe after Disney and Sony split
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    Marvel's superhero films could lose their most famous character after Sony confirmed Tuesday that talks over its deal to share Spider-Man with the Disney-owned studio have broken down. The Marvel movies have together grossed $22 billion at the global box office, and British actor Tom Holland's Spider-Man has become an increasingly... Read more »
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Health

  • Govt approves establishment of Hepatology, Breast Cancer Institute in Peshawar
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    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has approved establishment of a Hepatology and Breast Cancer Institute in Peshawar. According to details, the institute will be established at a cost of six-hundred million rupees. Special Assistant to Chief Minister Kamran Bangash has welcomed this initiative and termed it a milestone for the provincial capital.Earlier in July,... Read more »
  • PM Imran reviews polio situation in country
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    A high level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan is in progress in Islamabad to discuss the polio situation in the country. The meeting is being briefed about the steps taken by the provinces to eradicate the polio virus. The meeting is being attended amongest others by Special Assistant on National... Read more »

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Islamabad

  • 14 outlaws held
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    Islamabad: The Islamabad Police have arrested 14 outlaws including seven drug pushers from various areas of the city and recovered narcotics, wine, stolen bike, valuable... Read more »
  • 2 killed in accident on Expressway
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    Islamabad: Two persons were killed and 6 others injured during a dumper vehicles collision on Islamabad Expressway on Kaak Pull Wednesday.The accident occurred owing to... Read more »

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  • Woman robbed
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    PESHAWAR: Robbers snatched Rs500,000 from a woman in Hashtnagri locality in the provincial capital on Wednesday. It was learnt that Mrs Younas was going to... Read more »
  • PA condemns scrapping of Article 370, 35-A by India
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    LAHORE: Punjab Assembly on Wednesday strongly condemned scrapping of Article 35-A and 370 by India to abolish the autonomous status of Kashmir besides demanding global... Read more »

Technology

  • Trump does not want to do business with China
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    U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday said he did not want the United States to do business with China’s Huawei even as the administration weighs whether to extend a grace period for the companyu U.S. Commerce Department is expected to extend a reprieve given to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] that... Read more »
  • Little boy gave a new discovery to history
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    A young boy has accidentally found a nest of fossilised dinosaur eggs; how's that for a summer holiday activity, eh? The 11-year-old boy found what he thought was a 'strange stone' while out near a lake in Heyuan, Guangdong Province in China, but when he gave it a closer look, he... Read more »