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Cote Rotie: Authentic French Cuisine

By: Filza Jawad Hai A customer is the reason for everything a restaurant does and considers their satisfaction as the utmost priority. Nothing is more luxurious than dining in a fine restaurant, which creates such a satisfying experience. Cote Rotie, located in Alliance Francaise, Kehkashan, Clifton, is the excellent choice to go when you’re craving…

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April 22, 2017



On 20th October 2011, the broad daylight public humiliation and summary execution of Col. Qaddafi, was more than just a physical elimination. It was also the wanton annihilation and naked obliteration of a social fabric, that stitched almost 6.5 million people together as the most developed nation on the African continent. Though Qaddafi was no angel,…

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October 20, 2016


Dig begins for mysterious Nazi ‘Gold Train’

Treasure hunters in western Poland have finally started a long-awaited dig for a Nazi-era train that legend says is buried inside a tunnel and carries looted gems.   The mysterious Nazi train carrying gems plundered from Jews entered a tunnel here in 1945. It was moving away from the advancing Soviet Red Army — and…

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August 17, 2016


Facebook Introduces ‘Safety Check’

    Facebook is the platform which keeps one connected during good and bad times. Particularly, when situation is not favorable or some natural calamity strikes; it becomes essential to connect with your loved ones and know about their safety. Unfortunately, communication in crisis becomes not just hard but almost impossible for both parties: the…

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October 27, 2015


Friendly robot Pepper makes European debut in France

LAGUNA BEACH: A humanoid robot name Pepper designed as an upbeat companion made its European debut on Tuesday helping shoppers with wine, and more, in a major shop in France. The test run involves seven robots stationed in different parts of a Claye-Souilly region Carrefour store, where they are programmed to do things such as…

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October 21, 2015


London festival wades into migrant debate with ‘Desierto’ thriller

LONDON: “Desierto”, tracing the terrifying journey of a group of Mexican undocumented immigrants trying to reach the United States, is a “political movie”, its director Jonas Cuaron said on Wednesday. The Mexican director spoke to AFP as his first feature film had its European premiere at the London Film Festival on Wednesday. “It’s set in…

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October 15, 2015


Refugees in Pakistan hit by aid cuts after Europe crisis

PESHAWAR: Aid programs for some of the 2.5 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan are being slashed amid the worst funding shortfall for a generation, as the European and Syrian migrant crisis uses up cash and dominates headlines, United Nations officials said. Pakistan hosts the world’s largest long-term refugee population, according to the United Nations refugee…

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October 13, 2015


Dutch prepare to welcome migrants

NIJMEGEN, Netherlands: Deep in a tranquil Dutch forest a transformation is taking place, as the Netherlands scrambles to set up camp for thousands of migrants who will start arriving this week. Between Wednesday and Friday the first of 3,000 desperate asylum-seekers are expected to stream through the gates at Heumensoord outside the eastern Dutch city…

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September 22, 2015


71 ‘Syrians’ dead in Austria truck tragedy

VIENNA: Austrian police said Friday three people have been arrested over the gruesome discovery of 71 bodies in an abandoned lorry, with the victims believed to be Syrians.

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August 28, 2015


Lahore: A Tale of Two Cities

  Over the last five years, the skylines of Lahore have changed significantly. The development of Metro Bus System and Azadi Interchange are always a source of attraction for foreigners as well as people from other provinces of Pakistan.   Recently, the Indian High Commissioner TCA Raghavan appreciated the development of infrastructure in Lahore and…

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August 19, 2015


European stocks fall; Turkish market plunges

LONDON: European stocks fell while Turkish shares plunged on the political and economic uncertainty triggered by the country's elections, offsetting support for the drinks and banking sectors. Markets were also tracking the latest developments surrounding Greece's standoff with the European Union in debt talks, as well as comments out of the Group of Seven summit…

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June 8, 2015


European stocks fall on Greek and Spanish political concerns

LONDON: European shares fell on Monday, with the Spanish and Greek stock markets hit by investors' concerns over Greece's debt problems and a poor local election result for the government in Madrid. Athens' main ATG equity index fell 3.1 percent as the Greek government said on Monday that it intended to make good on its…

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May 25, 2015


European stocks rise, London hits record high

LONDON: Europe's main stock markets rose Tuesday with London's benchmark index soaring to its highest level on record after eurozone finance ministers backed an extension of Greece's bailout. In Athens the ATHEX index of leading companies also surged, closing up 9.81 percent on eurozone ministers' approving Greece's list of reforms as “a valid starting point”…

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February 24, 2015


European probe lands on comet

BERLIN/FRANKFURT: The European Space Agency landed a probe on a comet on Wednesday, a first in space exploration and the climax of a 10-year-odyssey, but an anchoring system problem may hamper planned investigations into the origins of Earth and the solar system. The 100-kg (220-pound) lander – virtually weightless on the comet's surface – touched…

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November 13, 2014


Ebola outbreak claims first European victim

MADRID: An elderly Spanish priest became the first European to die from a fast-spreading Ebola outbreak on Tuesday, succumbing to the virus in a Madrid hospital five days after being evacuated from Liberia. The 75-year-old Roman Catholic priest, Miguel Pajares, had been treated in Spain with an experimental US serum, ZMapp, after being flown to…

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August 12, 2014


World airlines steer clear of Ukraine after Malaysian jet crash

PARIS: World airlines steered clear of Ukraine's airspace after a Malaysia Airlines plane crashed on Thursday in the restive east of the former Soviet state. In France, a statement by junior transport minister Frederic Cuvillier said he told “French airlines to avoid Ukraine's air space as long as the reasons behind this catastrophe are not…

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July 17, 2014


European Court of Human Rights upholds French law banning veil

STRASBOURG: The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday upheld France's 2010 ban on full-face veils in public, dismissing a case brought by a French woman against the state for breach of religious freedom. France has both the largest Muslim minority in Europe, estimated at 5 million, and some of the continent's most restrictive laws…

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July 1, 2014


Last European space truck set for July 24 launch

PARIS: The last of five robot resupply ships Europe was scheduled to provide for the International Space Station will be taken aloft on July 24, launch firm Arianespace has said. Known as an Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), the freighter will be launched from Kourou, French Guiana, at 10:41 pm on July 24 (0141 GMT on…

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June 28, 2014


Real Madrid home in on elusive 10th European crown

BARCELONA: Real Madrid took a step closer to an elusive 10th European Cup with a 1-0 home win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday and the Spanish side will hope to finish off the job in Germany having shown how effective they are on the counter-attack. Before the match, Bayern coach Pep Guardiola had warned that…

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April 24, 2014


Ukraine sets European course after ouster of Yanukovich

KIEV: Ukraine's interim leadership pledged to put the country back on course for European integration now that Moscow-backed Viktor Yanukovich has been ousted from the presidency, while the United States warned Russia against sending in its forces.As rival neighbours east and west of the former Soviet republic said a power vacuum in Kiev must not…

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February 24, 2014


Yahoo says some ads on its European sites spread malware

CALIFORNIA: ome advertisements on Yahoo Inc's European websites last week spread malicious software, Yahoo said on Sunday, potentially infecting thousands of users.On Friday, Fox-IT, a Delft, Netherlands-based computer security firm, wrote in a blog that attackers had inserted malicious ads.In statement on Sunday, a Yahoo spokesman, said: “On Friday, January 3 on our European sites,…

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January 6, 2014