Daily Archives: September 2, 2018

Pakistan’s first opera singer takes message of spirituality to western audience


September 2, 2018

Pakistan’s first opera singer takes message of spirituality to western audience LONDON: British Pakistani singer and songwriter Saira Peter has said that she created the genre of Sufi Opera to take the universal spiritual message of our Pakistani elders to a global western audience. During an interview with Geo News, the Sufi Opear singer said that she merged Pakistan’s rich …

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Space station reports ´leak´, crew not in danger


September 2, 2018

Space station reports ´leak´, crew not in danger Moscow: The International Space Station crew on Thursday was repairing a small “leak” most likely caused by a collision with a small meteorite, the head of the Russian space agency said, adding the incident presented no danger. “Overnight and in the morning there was an abnormal situation — a pressure drop, an …

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Deepika Padukone slays with fierce look on her latest magazine cover!


September 2, 2018

Deepika Padukone slays with fierce look on her latest magazine cover! Bollywood’s bathing beauty Deepika Padukone has left all jaws dropped after appearing on the latest magazine cover for Elle, with her retro mien while shedding light on a few veiled corners of her life in the interview with the publication as well. The 32-year-old megastar has garnered all eyes …

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CHIEF JUSTICE SHOULD INVESTIGATE THOSE WHO MADE MONEY OVER SHAHBAZ BHATTI’S MURDER: SALMA BHATTI


September 2, 2018

CHIEF JUSTICE SHOULD INVESTIGATE THOSE WHO MADE MONEY OVER SHAHBAZ BHATTI’S MURDER: SALMA BHATTI Staff Reporter Washington:PAKISTAN’S PROGRESS DEPENDS ON INCLUSIVENESS AND PROTECTION OF MINORITIES: VICTOR GILL Salma Bhatti, widow of late Shahbaz Bhatti, the former Minister for Minorities in Pakistan who was gunned down by the Taliban in 2011, has asked the Chief Justice of Pakistan to investigate the …

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Ali bowls England to series win over India


September 2, 2018

Ali bowls England to series win over India Moeen Ali bowled England to a series-clinching 60-run win in the fourth Test against India at Southampton on Sunday. Victory, achieved with more than a day to spare, left England an unassailable 3-1 up in the five-match series against India, the world’s number one ranked Test side, ahead of Friday’s finale at …

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Olympics boss hopes Koreas will march together at Tokyo


September 2, 2018

Olympics boss hopes Koreas will march together at Tokyo JAKARTA: Olympics chief Thomas Bach is to open talks with North and South Korea about marching and competing together at the 2020 Tokyo Games, he said on Sunday. Bach was speaking at the Asian Games, where the two Koreas paraded together at the opening ceremony and joined forces in competition for …

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Police team formed to investigate discovery of liquor bottles in Sharjeel Memon’s room


September 2, 2018

Police team formed to investigate discovery of liquor bottles in Sharjeel Memon’s room KARACHI: A three-member investigation team was constituted on Sunday to launch a probe into the discovery of “liquor bottles” from the room of ailing PPP MPA Sharjeel Inam Memon in a Karachi hospital yesterday. The two bottles were found when Chief Justice Justice Saqib Nisar paid a …

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Fawad Chaudhry orders probe into suspected murder of Pakistani model Anam Naveed


September 2, 2018

Fawad Chaudhry orders probe into suspected murder of Pakistani model Anam Naveed ISLAMABAD: Information and Broadcasting Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain has expressed deep grief and sorrow over the death of of a young model and artist in Lahore. Anam Naveed , 26, was found dead in Lahore’s Defence area on Saturday evening under mysterious circumstances. She had returned to Pakistan …

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Pentagon cancels $300 million aid to Pakistan


September 2, 2018

Pentagon cancels $300 million aid to Pakistan WASHINGTON: The U.S. military said it has made a final decision to cancel $300 million in aid to Pakistan that had been suspended over alleged failure to take decisive action against militants, in a new blow to deteriorating ties. The so-called Coalition Support Funds were part of a broader suspension in aid to …

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