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Reema to anchor talk show on PTV

ISLAMABAD -UNS : Known Pakistani actor, Reema Khan will be anchoring a talk show on state TV that will go on-air after this Eid. Reema, who sidelined herself from showbiz after her marriage, has once again kicked off activities after a hiatus of four years. …

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Health benefits of strawberries

Strawberries are one of the most consumed fruits in the world. It is used in desserts and also devoured due to its exquisite taste and health benefits. 1. Less in calories Strawberries have one of the least amount of calories with only 54 and can …

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Chairman Senate inaugurates students’ work on display at Potohar gallery, NCA Rawalpindi

ISLAMABAD-UNS-Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani inaugurated a exhibition in the Potohar gallery at NCA Rawalpindi featuring the works of students of the seven departments of the College. The gallery is a regular feature where works of students and faculty are showcased after regular intervals including …

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Iran cracks down on Instagram modelling, 8 arrested

TEHRAN -UNS : Iran has arrested eight people for working in “un-Islamic” online modelling networks, particularly on Instagram, the head of Tehran’s cybercrimes court said on state television. The arrests were made under a two-year-old sting operation named “Spider II”, targeting among others models who …

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Coal power plants termed destructive for human health

BY ABBAS KASSAR HYDERABAD: May16,2016) Environmentalists, human rights campaigners, trade unionists and educationists rejected the idea of government to develop coal-base power plants to meet the need of power shortage in the country. They believed that coal power plants may cause human health destruction and …

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Mexico debates legalizing opium poppy for medicine

MEXICO CITY: Fed up with drug-related violence, a growing number of Mexican politicians see one potential cure: legalizing the cultivation of opium poppies for the production of medicine. The debate has emerged in recent weeks after President Enrique Pena Nieto proposed legislation in April to …

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Fatimid Foundation raily organise a wreness walk on world thelesmia day

BY ABBAS KASSAR HYDERABAD : Thelessmia day is being observed throughout world today 8th May and in this regard a walk and rally was taken out by Fatimid Foundation to create awareness on Thelessmia. The walk and rally were largely attended by the children affected …

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‘Maalik’ ban: LHC issues notice to federal govt, Censor Board for May 17

LAHORE -UNS – Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday while issuing notices to federal government and censor board has summoned written reply from them on May 17 over the petitions against ban imposed on Pakistani political-thriller film ‘Maalik’. A hearing on the petitions was conducted …

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PM launches National Health Programme for 76,000 families in Balochistan

QUETTA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday launched the state-run National Health Programme benefiting about 76,000 families in four districts of Balochistan. Underprivileged residents of Quetta, Kech, Loralai and Lasbela will benefit from the government-funded programme. Salient features of the PM’s National Health Programme Treatment …

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Azeem challenges ‘Maalik’ ban in Sindh High Court

KARACHI -UNS– Actor and film director Asher Azeem has filed a petition against ban on political-thriller film ‘Maalik’ in the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday. Maalik, which had already been playing in cinemas, was declared “uncertified for the whole of Pakistan” by the ministry …

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