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Apple iPhone 6S &  6S Plus Price in Pakistan, Specifications, Pics and Review

Advertisements The new comer bears new colour called rose gold (basically appears as lush pink, same as the new Apple Watch colour option). However, as far the appearance, this additional shade is the extent of the alterations you will be able to visually trace between this year’s and last year’s …

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Pakistan jumps to 97th level in Global International Technology: Report 2015

The World Economic Forum’s Global Information Technology Report has possessed such level of value that makes investors and decision makers to wait for its releases as it outlines how good or bad a country is performing in terms of taking up new technology. It assesses the data from 143 countries, …

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PM Nawaz says Pakistan’s nuclear assets not against anyone

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that Pakistan would carry on maintaining nuclear avoidance for security reasons, but that these armaments are not opposing to anyone. During a meeting of the National Command Authority (NCA) in the capital, the premier was briefed on the strategic and nuclear assets of …

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123 off 67, Mukthar Ahmed grabs Pakistan’s domestic T20 record

Pakistani cricketer Mukhtar Ahmed scored a blistering hundred in domestic T20 representing Sialkot Region against Karachi Region Whites on Tuesday. The right hand batsman opened the inning with Nauman Anwar and treated every delivery with aggressive approach to gain maximum. With 18 boundaries and 3 maximums, Mukhtar scored 123 off …

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No compromise on values if work in Bollywood: Ayesha Omar

Ayesha Omar clearly expressed her point of view about working in Bollywood and said that working there is stipulated. During an interview to a news paper, the talented Pakistan TV actress claimed she is a great fan of Bollywood but doesn’t feel it is the right time to join this …

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Junaid Jamshed, Soch Band PAF Anthem is out

One day before Pakistan going to celberate the Golden Jublie Defence Day of Pakistan, a much awaited Pakistan Air Force (PAF) oriented song is released. The anthem sung by one of the greatest name of Pakistan pop industry Junaid Jamshed and feat by rapidly gaining fame, Soch Band. It starts …

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Turkmenistan kicks off working on gas pipeline to Pakistan

ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN: Turkmenistan has started working on an ambitious 1,800-kilometre-long pipeline that would carry gas from the Turkmenistan to energy needed India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, according to state media on Friday. Specialists of the Institute of Oil and GAs in the ‘Turkmengaz’ state cooperation have started engineering and surveying work …

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Petition seeking Nobel Peace Prize for Abdul Sattar Edhi crosses 56,000 signs

Rubena Kashwar has wrote a letter to Nobel peace prize committee in Norway requesting to assess and evaluate the dedication of Pakistan’s philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi in order to nominate him for Nobel Peace Prize. Rubena, who lives in the United Kingdom, has uploaded the letter on a site getting …

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Meet Shazia Parveen the first Pakistani female fire-fighter

Pakistan is said be a country, which does not permit women to work they way men are doing and serving the state at their best; however, number of instances are to be found where women are much more efficient than men. Shazia Parveen is one of them who has proved …

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No dialogue with India unless all issues put on agenda, says Sartaj Aziz

ISLAMABAD: The Advisor on the Foreign Policy to the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Sartaj Aziz has categorically said that no kind of dialogue will be held with India unless all issues are put on the agenda. In an interview to a private TV channel, Sartaj Aziz said that dialogue could …

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Pakistan will face acute water scarcity by 2040: WRI Report

In a nation facing many challenges, Pakistan’s crisis of water resources stands out. The country is at 23 in the list of 33 countries that will face acute water scarcity by 2040, reported by Word Resources Institute (WRI). According to the list of WRI on water scarcity, 33 countries in …

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Indian firing alongside Working Boundary in Sialkot leaves eight dead, 46 injured

ISLAMABAD: Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported saying at least eight people were killed while 46 sustained serious injuries on Friday after India’s Border Security Force (BSF) resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling in Charwa Sector alongside Working Boundary in Sialkot. Just in: COAS Raheel Sharif visits CMH Sialkot to inquire …

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6th September Pakistan Defence day: Khawaja Asif says National Heroes to be paid tribute

Ministry of Defence has decided to celebrate the Pakistan Defence Day to pay homage to national heroes irrespective of regional and ethnic affinities on September 6. Unlike previous instances of observing Pakistan Defence Day, the minister for defence Khawaja Asif has said during a meeting with the office holders and …

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Saif Ali Khan’s Phantom diatribe drives Hamza Ali Abbasi to voice for Pakistan

Although a sort of tension always persists between Pakistan and India the artists of both countries never let the diplomatic issues come in their way. But It seems the phenomenon behind these tensions is influencing the artists now after Saif disgraced Pakistan to which Hamza replied in befitting way. As …

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