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Here is list of movies in competition at Berlin film festival

BERLIN: The Berlinale, Europe’s first major film festival of the year, will award its Golden and Silver Bear top prizes Saturday at a gala ceremony in the German capital. Nineteen pictures are vying for awards at the 68th edition from a jury led by German director Tom Tykwer (“Run Lola Run”, Netflix series “Babylon Berlin”)….

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February 24, 2018


Report on ‘The Reality of CPEC: Facts VS Fiction’ launched

NEWS DESK: A research report on ‘The Reality of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC): Facts Vs. Fiction’ was launched in Islamabad on Monday, reported Radio Pakistan. It aims at removing misconceptions about the CPEC project and provides factual insight of the project. Rejecting the impression that Pakistan will not gain any economic benefits from the…

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February 19, 2018


Five facts about Finland celebrating its 100th Independence Day

HELSINKI: Finland, a former Russian Grand Duchy, celebrates the 100th anniversary of its independence on Wednesday. Here are five things to know about the nation on the Baltic Sea: – Sauna ritual – The sauna (which means “bath” in Finnish) is a ritual — almost even a rite — which Finland’s 5.5 million inhabitants carry…

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December 4, 2017


Some bad news about Earth’s climate

Paris: Scientists monitoring Earth’s climate and environment have delivered a cascade of grim news in 2017, adding to the urgency of UN talks in Bonn next week tasked with ramping up efforts to tame global warming. Here’s a summary of recent findings: – 1.1 degrees – Earth’s average surface temperature last year was a record…

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November 3, 2017


Nobel Literature Prize: controversy, fame and flops

PARIS: Ahead of the announcement Thursday of this year’s Nobel Literature Prize laureate, here is a look at some of the controversies down the years since the prestigious title was first awarded in 1901. – Controversy – The 1964 laureate French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, whose political philosophy was partly based on the criticism of institutions,…

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October 3, 2017


Five interesting facts you must know about Garbine Muguruza – Wimbledon finalist

LONDON: Five facts on Garbine Muguruza who faces Venus Williams in the Wimbledon final on Saturday: Hey Venezuela — Muguruza was born in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas on October, 1993. Her mother Scarlet Blanco is from the South American country and Muguruza holds dual Spanish-Venezuelan nationality. Father Jose is a Spanish-Basque. Paris — mon…

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July 14, 2017


Nobel Peace prizes for serving world leaders

OSLO: The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to serving heads of state or government several times since the honour was first handed out in 1901. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos receives it Saturday for his “resolute” efforts to end five decades of war in his country, as enshrined in a historic peace accord signed…

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December 10, 2016


Trump’s repeated blunders on women

WASHINGTON: Republican White House contender Donald Trump says “nobody respects women more than I do,” but that claim has been called into question by his repeated blunders on that half of the population, including many sexist, salacious and misogynistic comments. Here are some of them: – ‘I moved on her like a bitch, but I…

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October 9, 2016