Who’s the biggest Idiot Box addict?

So it’s official. We still love to watch TV and will continue to do so in spite of the widespread consumption of smartphones, tablets and other tech gadgets. Reports and analysis from different audience measurement sources substantiate that the love

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KP Assembly slams airstrike on madrassa in Afghanistan

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Friday passed a resolution against the airstrike on a madrassa in Kunduz province in Afghanistan in which scores of innocent students and civilians were killed. The resolution moved by Fakhre Azam Wazir of the

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Anushka Sharma steals the show at IPL match

India’s power couple is once again making the news after Bollywood’s leading lady Anushka Sharma was seen cheering for her husband Virat Kohli’s King’s XI Punjab team at Friday night’s Indian Premiere League match (IPL) against Royal Challengers Bangalore. The

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PEMRA issues fresh warning to TV channels

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronics Media Regulatory Authority  (PEMRA) on Saturday warned TV channels against airing live speeches, media conferences and media talks of difference politicians wherein hate speech and aspersions against the judiciary and armed forces of Pakistan is being

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Transgender news anchor challenges barriers in Pakistan

LAHORE: Marvia Malik made headlines when she debuted last month on a private television channel in Pakistan, becoming the country´s first transgender news anchor. Opinions are mixed about the slim 21-year-old who appears regularly on the Kohenoor News channel in

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US, Britain, France launch air strikes in Syria

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S., British and French forces pounded Syria with air strikes early on Saturday in response to a poison gas attack that killed dozens of people last week, in the biggest intervention by Western powers against Syrian President

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Afghan football star helps Mexican street kids score World Cup goal

(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Yelling commands and lunging for the ball on the balding astro turf, Khalida Popal drilled the team of nine Mexican teenage girls through soccer training, weeks before they jet off to Russia for the World Cup

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Chitral’s 4-day spring festival kicks off

Web Desk A four-day spring festival has brought a large number of people to Chitral in a bid to enjoy local games, music and culture. The festival also featuring polo matches, in which riders galloped on their horses as spectators

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Rs60 billion losses: SC orders complete audit of Pakistan Railways

LAHORE  – Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has ordered complete audit of Pakistan Railways today (Saturday). A two-member bench comprising CJP Mian Saqib Nisar and Justice Ijazul Hassan heard the suo moto case regarding Rs60 billion losses suffered

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