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Aamir Liaquat’s new Ramzan resolution; promises to never do ‘nagin’ dance

After his most-watched ‘nagin dance video’ went viral, TV host Aamir Liaquat Hussain has promised to never do it again. Aamir Liaquat Hussain, a well-known TV host and politician has been trending on social media since the start of Ramzan.

Ramadan prayers held in Hagia Sophia for first time in 86 years

ISTANBUL: Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia hosted its first Ramadan prayers in 86 years, despite fierce criticism of the Turkish government’s campaign to revert the building to a mosque after being a museum for decades. The head of the Turkish Directorate of

Thirsty In Ramzan? Try These Tips To Avoid Thirst

When you are fasting in the month of Holy Ramzan, drinking water is not an option. Thirst becomes your usual companion through the hot summer days of Ramzan. However, there are a few little tips that can help you avoid

Ramzan and Summer? try this refreshing ‘Garmi Ka Sharbat’

This year Ramzan has begun in April and will finish in the mid of May, which is considered one of the hottest months of the year in Pakistan. As we all know, summers in Pakistan are often dry, extremely hot,

Biden sends greetings to Muslim for Ramadan, vows to defend rights

WASHINGTON: On the occasion of Ramadan, United States (US) President Joe Biden sent his “warmest greetings and best wishes to Muslim community” pledging to stand up for their human rights everywhere. “As many of our fellow Americans begin fasting, we

Ruet-e-Hilal Committee meets today for Ramadan moon sighting

PESHAWAR: The Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee is scheduled to meet in Peshawar today (Tuesday) for Ramadan moon sighting, confirmed the body’s chairman Maulana Abdul Khabeer Azad. The sighting will signal the commencement of this year’s Ramadan. Chairman of the Committee, Maulana

Banks to remain closed for public dealing on 1st Ramadan

KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan has announced that all banks will remain closed for public dealing on 1st Ramadan which will be observed as a Bank Holiday for deduction of Zakat, as usual. All banks, Development Financial Institutions (DFIs),