Muneeb Butt reveals names of actresses he declined to work with

Actor Muneeb Butt, who will be seen in an upcoming drama serial ‘Baddua’, has revealed about the actresses he declined to work with. Recently, Muneeb Butt appeared in a morning show hosted by Nida Khan talked about many things. While

Italy allows seasonal work visas for Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Italian government has included Pakistan in the work visa category called ‘Decreto-Flussi’ which will allow its nationals to avail seasonal and non-seasonal work visas. More than 30,000 work visas would be issued by the Italian authorities to the

Facebook, Google allow employees to work remotely until year end

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook and Google said it would allow its workers who are able to work remotely to do so until the end of the year as the coronavirus pandemic forces governments to extend stay-at-home orders to curb the spread

Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia suspends government work

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has temporarily suspended government work and ordered public sector workers to stay home for 16 days in the latest measures against the spread of coronavirus. According to Arab News and Saudi media, only those working in health,

Federal govt not letting us work properly, mayor Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: During the 46th Metropolitan Corporation meeting the Mayor Islamabad Sheikh Ansar Aziz expressed concern that PTI’s federal government was not allowing it to work accordingly. The 46th meeting of the Metropolitan Corporation chaired by the Mayor Sheikh Ansar Aziz was held at the

Gippy Grewal expresses desire to work with Mehwish Hayat

Nankana Sahib: As Indian Punjabi actor Gippy Grewal is in Pakistan visiting Nankana Sahib, during an interview on Tuesday, he has expressed the desire to work with Famous Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat. The Punjabi star sat down for an interview,

Finland to introduce four-day work week and six-hour days

HELSINKI: Finland is introducing a four-day working week and six-hour days under a massive reform by the world’s youngest prime minister Sanna Marin. The 34-year-old’s reform will let workers spend more time with family and enjoy their lives, culture and