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Charlie Chaplin’s best-restored movies to be released in cinemas worldwide

English comic actor and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin’s best-restored movies will be released in cinemas worldwide. In a statement, French film company mk2 and international distributor Piece of Magic said that they had teamed up to mark the centennial. The Paris-based company’s

Starving All The Time? 5 Tips To Control Hunger

One of the biggest challenges in the journey of losing weight is the fear of gaining it back. Hunger is not just physical but an outcome of physiological and physiological functions as well. To understand hunger triggers, one needs to

AstraZeneca seeks registration of COVID-19 vaccine in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: UK-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has sought approval for its vaccine from Pakistan after China’s Sinopharm. According to sources, AstraZeneca has applied for registration to the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) through a Pakistani pharmaceutical company. The pharma company has

Veterinary steroids being used on humans in Lahore

LAHORE: A clinic has been sealed after it was revealed that veterinary steroids were being used there on human beings. Deputy Commissioner Lahore took action and sealed the Raza Clinic in Shahdara area while police also registered a First Information

Domestic cement consumption decline first time in six years

LAHORE: Cement sales increased by 29.94 percent in June 2020 to 4.623 million tons from 3.557 million tons in June 2019, ending the fiscal year 2020 on a positive note after a decline for three consecutive months. According to the

Gold price dips by another 100, trades at 87,400 per ten grams

Karachi: The Gold prices fell by Rs100 per tola, on Wednesday, and currently being traded at Rs.87,400 The gold rates in other cities were as follow Pakistan’s Cities 24K Per Tola Gold Rate 24K 10 Grams Gold Rates 22K 10

India wants Pakistan to halt CPEC related activities in AJK

New Delhi: India has called Pakistan and China to stop CPEC related activities in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. According to a report published in The Hindu. New Delhi wants Islamabad and Beijing to halt development projects in Azad Jammu and

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation honours Indian PM

New Delhi: “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been conferred with yet another award, this time it’s by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, for the PM’s ambitious pet project, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan( Clean India Mission),” stated by an Indian

Road accident claims two lives in Gujrat

GUJRAT: At least two people were killed and one injured in Gujrat, when a motorcycle collided with an ambulance on late Monday night. According to the details, a speedy motorcycle hit an ambulance at Jalalpu Jattan Road, killing two teens

Misbah is a safe and sensible asset: Ramiz Raja

Karachi: Ramiz Raja has urged Pakistan to embrace an aggressive approach. While commenting, he termed Mishbah ul Haq as a “safe and sensible asset of the Pakistani cricket team.” In an exclusive interview with the Dawn news, Ramiz Raja has

Trump offers again to mediate between Pakistan and India

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump has once again offered to resolve Kashmir dispute between Pakistan and India. It is the second time he is offering to mediate between Pakistan and India. Donald Trump today spoke to the reporters at the White

Typhoon Faxai paralyzes life in Japan

Tokyo: A high powered typhoon has left 1 million households without power, and more than 100 flights have been canceled. The high powered typhoon, Faxai, hit the coastal city of Chiba brought heavy rains and a wind storm, reported by

Eight-year-old boy found dead in sewerage

Lodhran: The body of a missing eight-year-old child was recovered from sewerage on early Monday morning.  The family of the deceased said that the child had gone missing from outside his house in Lodhran’s Quaidabad Colony on September 5. His

Heatwave in France leaves 1500 dead

PARIS: France was hit by two heatwaves this summer. It claimed more than 1,500 more lives, Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said on Sunday. The death toll was significantly lower than the unfortunate summer of 2003 when an estimated 15,000 people

Cashless shopping: Facial payment on rise in China

SHANGHAI: China’s consumers are increasingly purchasing goods with just a turn of their heads as the country welcomes facial payment technology. “In a country where mobile payment is already one of the most advanced in the world, customers can make

Apple borrows $7 bn despite sitting on a $200 bn cash pile

San Francisco: The cash-rich company is looking to grab a piece of ultra-cheap money by releasing corporate bonds at the all-time low borrowing rates. The tech giant, Apple Inc., is releasing bonds in the cash market at all-time low borrowing

5-day visit: US diplomat Alice Wells to arrive in Pakistan today

ISLAMABAD: US diplomat Alice Wells is expected to arrive in the capital today on a five-day visit. Important sessions will be held between both the countries in the upcoming days. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs

Opposition fails to remove Sanjrani as Chairman Senate

ISLAMABAD: Sadiq Sanjrani will continue his services as Senate Chairman after surviving opposition’s no-confidence motion against him on Thursday.  100 senators attended the session in the Upper House. 50 senators cast their votes in favour of the motion while 45