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Apr 042016
 

Hot April for Karachi as temperature expected to hit 40 degrees: Met Department Islamabad National The Met Department has forecast an extremely hot April for Karachi with mercury expected to hit the 40°C mark. The forecast says that parts of Sindh will face extreme heat in April with mercury crossing the 40°C mark in some areas. The met… Hot April for Karachi as temperature expected to hit 40 degrees: Met Department Click for detailed story

Mar 162016
 
7 million are addicted to drugs in Pakistan, moot told

7million are addicted to drugs in Pakistan, moot told At least 45 per cent of drugs consumed in Pakistan are smuggled from Afghanistan and around seven million people are addicted to these drugs in the country. Social Welfare Sindh Secretary Sharique Ahmed said this while… 7 million are addicted to drugs in Pakistan, moot told Click for detailed story

Mar 032016
 

Two worlds collide: Pakistan meets Scotland on a plate The cuisines of Scotland and Pakistan have more in common than you might think. Here our resident draws on both her culinary heritage and Glaswegian home with braised meat, flatbreads and a pudding… Two worlds collide: Pakistan meets Scotland on a plate Click for detailed story

Feb 292016
 
Country hit by protests after Mumtaz Qadri's hanging

Wonder why these people do not protest when our children are killed. Country hit by protests after Mumtaz Qadri's hanging LAHORE (Dunya News) – Incensed locals have launched protests in different cities against hanging of Punjab governor… Country hit by protests after Mumtaz Qadri's hanging Click for detailed story

Feb 282016
 
Un-Islamic laws are being passed under the 99 names of Allah

JUI-F livid at passage of women rights bill QUETTA: Maulana Fazlur Rehman showered ridicule at the Punjab Assembly for passing the women protection bill on Friday. He was speaking at a Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) party gathering at… Un-Islamic laws are being passed under the 99 names of Allah Click for detailed story

Feb 282016
 

Sri Lanka: Tracing the origins of Ceylon tea The tea plantations in the highlands of Sri Lanka supply the leaves that fill tea cups across the globe. Lisa Golden, Sorin Furcoi | 27 Jan 2016 11:02 GMT | Poverty & Development, Business & Economy, Asia Engagement: 1888 Nuwara Eliya District, Sri Lanka – Tea is the most consumed beverage in… Sri Lanka: Tracing the origins of Ceylon tea Click for detailed story

Feb 192016
 
Revealed: The biggest cause of early death is not smoking or alcohol

Revealed: The biggest cause of early death is not smoking or alcohol A new data has revealed that what people eat is directly related to their premature death around the globe. According to a research published in The Independent, unhealthy eating has been named as the… Revealed: The biggest cause of early death is not smoking or alcohol Click for detailed story