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American hunts a markhor in Chitral for $92,000

A hunting trophy license is issued after a proper auction by Peshawar’s wildlife department

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American adventurer completes solo trek across Antarctica

Becomes first person in history to traverse across Antarctica in 54 days unaided

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American actress Penny Marshall dies at 75

She is best known in the movie world for directing Tom Hanks in his breakout role

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Cyclists killed in Tajikistan described ‘dream’ trip

Cyclists from Europe and the US who were killed in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group in Tajikistan had described their trip as a “dream come true.” The victims were Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan from the US, Rene Wokke from the Netherlands and Markus Hummel from Switzerland, according to Tajik authorities. Each…

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Russians are more reliable allies than Americans!

By Jawad Akram There was a time from 1945-91, when the World was divided into two blocs, one bloc was of United States (US) – Western Bloc, and the other was of Soviet Union (USSR) – Eastern Bloc. Both blocs had their own allies worldwide, and they fought a long Cold War. At the end…

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The British accent has been named the ‘sexiest’ in the world

NEWS DESK: The British accent has been named the sexiest in the world. Well, the sexiest for men, reported The Independent. According to American women. Is it any wonder Meghan Markle fell for Prince Harry? According to a survey carried about by MissTravel.com, American women find British and Scottish accents sexiest. 20 per cent of…

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Love at first sight: Prince Harry to marry Meghan Markle next year

LONDON: Britain’s Prince Harry said Monday he was “thrilled” to be marrying his American girlfriend Meghan Markle early next year, confirming months of speculation about the one-time playboy royal and the glamorous actress. The prince revealed he fell for Markle — who will inject a little Hollywood stardust into Britain’s centuries-old royal family — “the…

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Flanagan scores stunning victory in New York City marathon

NEWS DESK: Shalane Flanagan became the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years when she claimed a dominant victory over Kenyan three-times champion Mary Keitany on Sunday, reported Reuters. The men’s title went to Kenyan Geoffrey Kamworor, who held off countryman Wilson Kipsang. Flanagan, who had never won a…

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Serena ends silence, praises US Open runs of Keys, Stephens

Former world number one and 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams made her first public comments since giving birth to a daughter one week ago, tweeting praise Friday to the US Open women’s finalists. Williams was pregnant when she won the Australian Open in January, moving within one Slam singles crown of Margaret Court’s all-time…

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Stars pay tribute to late comedy icon Jerry Lewis

The death of comedy legend Jerry Lewis on Sunday prompted an outpouring of tributes from fellow comedians, actors and others in the entertainment world. Here are reactions from some notable personalities: – Comic film actor Jim Carrey – “That fool was no dummy. Jerry Lewis was an undeniable genius an unfathomable blessing, comedy’s absolute! I…

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Watch Video: Nadia Khan’s daughter assaulted by Hollywood Actor

DUBAI:
 Television host and Pakistani actress Nadia Khan has filed a police complaint against the CEO of a prevalent American talent hunt agency, accusing him of assaulting her  14 year old  daughter Alizah Khan during an audition in Dubai last week. Here are some pictures that she posted to support her claim: She also added…

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HOW – House of incredible wings!

House of wings (HOW) is a casual and well-designed double storied café, known for its authentic chicken wings and steaks. It’s located on 31C stadium lane 2, Phase 5, DHA, next to Chatkharay (khadda market). Usually you must have tried barbeque wings, honey mustard wings, buffalo wings, wasabi wings. House of Wings brings you a…

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The birth order dilemma

By: Zara Maqbool Many years ago I wrote an article on the middle child syndrome and how middle children share many similar traits. I did not highlight how being the first-born and last one in the family also deeply impacts on who we are in this world. I believe that the birth order plays a…

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The Purple Pigeon that took the internet by storm

By: Noman Naushad Lalani If you visit posts on famous Facebook Pages, you would have probably seen a cheeky and playful purple pigeon sticker series which has taken over almost everywhere on the social media in the last few days. Facebook got infected by the Trash Dove virus like and people are using the awfully…

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Karachi Literature Festival 2017 starts today

KARACHI: The eighth Literature Festival will be held in Karachi on the 10th, 11th and 12th of February at Beach Luxury Hotel. The Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) has become a sincere symbol of Pakistan’s cultural life that was earlier hidden from the rest of the word, reason being the scarred reputation of our country. Today…

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Under fire Trump admits Obama is American

WASHINGTON: After years of fueling conspiracy theories, Republican White House nominee Donald Trump admitted Friday that President Barack Obama is an American as he tried to neutralize damaging charges of racism. But he also stepped up attacks against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, accusing her of initiating the doubts about Obama and later raising the…

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Armstrong completes hat-trick of time-trial golds

Veteran American Kristin Armstrong completed a remarkable Olympic cycling hat-trick of gold medals after coming out of retirement for the second time to win the women’s 29.7km time-trial in Rio on Wednesday. Just a day before she turns 43, Armstrong added to her gold medals from Beijing and London to become the first cyclist to…

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US Cows make way into Pakistan’s dairy market

Pakistanis, having a special love for foreign and imported items, will soon have an opportunity to relish on the milk of cows of American origin. Some 300 Holstein heifers have reached commercial farms in agriculture-rich Punjab province. In a bid to acclimatize the animals to relatively harsh weather conditions, special cooling arrangements have been made…

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American becomes Japan’s first salaried foreign ninja

TOKYO: A region of Japan looking to use “ninja” warriors to boost tourism has made an American man the first foreigner to draw a salary for joining the ranks of the stealth assassins. Aichi prefecture in central Japan had been seeking six full-time ninja — the covert martial arts masters and agents of sabotage who…

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Americans becoming less religious: poll

NEW YORK: Americans are becoming less religious, judging by such markers as church attendance, prayer and belief in God, and the trend is more pronounced among young adults, according to a poll released on Tuesday. The share of US adults who say they believe in God, while still high compared with other advanced industrial countries,…

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American Muslims fear a new wave of Islamophobia

NEW YORK: Muslim Americans responded with a mix of frustration, exasperation and anger to what many see as a growing wave of Islamophobia fueled by two of the Republican Party’s most popular presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Ben Carson. At the Islamic Institute of Orange County, which houses a mosque and a school in Anaheim,…

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