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It Was Zainab Everywhere

By Tatheer ul Islam Having arrived at home from work yesterday, I was heavy at heart over the incident that took place in Kasur where a minor girl was dishonored. I did not feel a bit like to take my night meal. She was a little girl of seven years. With both my children sitting…

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Remembering Nazia in a filmi way

  Omair Alavi Pakistan has produced many talented singers and actors who have gone and performed in India as well but the first one to make it big in Bollywood was Nazia Hasan, who passed away on this day 16 years ago at the very young age of 35. The dashing pop singer had won…

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Younis Khan – Century of Tests

By Wajahat Kazmi (tweets at @KazmiWajahat) It was always a great experience for me to meet cricketers of our country once I started my career as a sports journalist three years ago for a Karachi-based news channel. Having played first-class cricket myself, it was still thrilling for me to meet the cricket stars. Out of…

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Google Maps app available for Apple's iPhone – Google blog

NEW YORK: Google Inc's mobile navigation application Google Maps will now be available in Apple Inc's app store, the Internet search giant said on its official blog.The Google Maps app will be compatible with any iPhone or iPod Touch that runs iOS 5.1 or higher, the company said in a blog post. Apple launched its…

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Bollywood blog addict Bachchan celebrates landmark

BOLLYWOOD: Lots of celebrities write blogs, but no one blogs quite like Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan who this week marked three years of writing in which he has often produced 1,000 words a day.Bachchan celebrated the anniversary of his Internet outpourings with a characteristic array of long postings covering family news, spiritual thoughts and updates…

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Japan PM starts tweeting, launches blog

TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama has launched a blog and started using Twitter in a New Year bid to reach out to the public at a time when his ratings have tumbled. Hatoyama began using the microblogging service Twitter and launched a fully fledged blog, both in Japanese, starting Friday. “Happy New Year everyone,”…

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Watandost blog creator ultimate fixer?

Staff Report SALT LAKE CITY: An American student who has won a scholarship competition for her essay about Pakistan has named Watandost blog founder Dr Hassan Abbas as the person who could come up with an achievable solution to the Pak-Afghan problem. Kelsey Price wrote about the region in Pakistan that borders Afghanistan and the…

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