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iPhone X likely to be binned over poor sales


January 23, 2018

(Web Desk) – Apple’s iPhone X may be scraped shortly because of its poor sales as predicted by a top analyst, reports The Sun. Renowned analyst and Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple’s latest iPhone will be in its “end of life” stage in the winter of 2018. Kuo says that the reason behind this is that iPhone X …

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Flu maybe spread by just breathing


January 23, 2018

(Online) – In the midst of an especially tough flu season, here’s more bad news: Researchers say it may be possible to spread the virus simply by breathing. Until now, it was thought that people picked up a flu virus when they touched contaminated surfaces or inhaled droplets in the air ejected by an infected person’s coughsor sneezes. But the …

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Apple pays tribute to Muhammad Ali in latest iPhone X ad


January 23, 2018

(Web Desk) – Apple paid a tribute to the renowned boxer Muhammad Ali by using his voice in their latest video ad for iPhone X. To show how great the front camera of iPhone X is, the smartphone giant used one of the speeches of Muhammad Ali in which he bragged about his greatness. Apple wanted to prove that iPhone …

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Careem Pakistan expands ride services to Sargodha


January 23, 2018

(Web Desk) – Careem formally started operations in Sarghoda by expanding its Go, Go+ and business category services in the district. The press release said, “With Go, Go+ and Business categories operational in Sargodha, the ride-hailing service will cater to a wide user base and will create jobs for many captain.” Junaid Iqbal, Managing Director of Careem Pakistan, told during …

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Raids and rescues: Nobel laureate Satyarthi’s film exposes child slavery in India


January 23, 2018

(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Forget jargon-filled monologues, raids to rescue enslaved Indian children inject drama into a documentary about Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi, who hopes the film will inspire viewers to play a part in the global fight to eradicate modern slavery. “Kailash”, which premiered last week at the U.S.-based Sundance Film Festival, charts Satyarthi’s rise from domestic anti-trafficking figurehead …

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‘Three Billboards’ biggest winner at female-flavored SAG awards


January 23, 2018

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Dark comedy “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” won three prizes at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards on Sunday in a ceremony marked by women and their stories amid the sexual misconduct scandal that has swept Hollywood. The Fox Searchlight film about a furious woman seeking justice for the murder of her daughter was named best …

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Punish Zainab’s killer in public, demands Neelum Munir


January 23, 2018

Pakistani actress Neelum Munir on Tuesday has expressed happiness over arrest of suspect involved in seven-year-old Zainab’s rape and murder.  Talking exclusively to Dunya News, Munir said, “I am really happy that people know about the power of taking to the streets against any issue. Also Read- Suspect arrested in Zainab murder case after DNA match: police She demanded the …

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Ali Zafar wants CCTV cameras to be installed in seminaries


January 23, 2018

(Web Desk) – Star actor and singer Ali Zafar has urged the government on Tuesday to install CCTV cameras in seminaries after an eight-year-old minor boy succumbed to injuries following brutal torture by a seminary teacher. In a Twitter post, Ali Zafar wrote: “I feel cc cameras need be installed in all madrasahs. Their curriculum, teachers and conducts to be …

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Shah Rukh Khan receives WEF’s 24th Crystal Award


January 23, 2018

Bollywood stunning actor Shah Rukh Khan received prestigious World Economic Forum’s 24th Crystal Award during a ceremony held in the small Swiss ski-town of Davos. The actor thanked the management for honoring him with the award and also urged to break down barriers of discrimination against women Shah Rukh received a Crystal Award for his leadership in championing children’s and …

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Tennis: Huge upsets as Edmund and Mertens make Aussie semis


January 23, 2018

MELBOURNE (AFP) – Unseeded Kyle Edmund and Elise Mertens pulled off huge upsets to march into uncharted territory at the Australian Open Tuesday as they swept into the semi-finals. British star Edmund stunned third seed Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 on Rod Laver Arena to set up last-four clash with either world number one Rafael Nadal or former US …

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