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Global displaced made poor countries’ burden: World Bank

Global displaced made poor countries’ burden: World Bank

About 65 million people, roughly one percent of all humanity, now live in forced displacement, including refugees and the internally displaced, with populations fleeing war in Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia and Sudan, among others, the report said, noting that the current refugee crisis was the second-largest since World War II. By the end of 2015, 95 percent of this population was ... Read More »

Multan woman, boyfriend hanged for ‘extra-marital affair’

Multan woman, boyfriend hanged for ‘extra-marital affair’

The grisly murders occured in the village of Chak 56 around 55 kilometres (33 miles) northeast of the central city of Multan. “A woman and her alleged boyfriend were hanged to death by the woman’s father, brother and husband after the woman was caught on a date with her boyfriend in the backyard of her house,” Sardar Afzal Dogar, chief ... Read More »

Wearable tech market cools, as consumers step back

Wearable tech market cools, as consumers step back

The research firm IDC said it expects global sales of wearables to grow some 29.4 percent to some 103 million units in 2016. That follows 171 percent growth in 2015, fueled by the launch of the Apple Watch and a variety of fitness bands. “It is increasingly becoming more obvious that consumers are not willing to deal with technical pain points ... Read More »

Bilawal visits mother, grandfather’s graves in Garhi Khuda Bux

Bilawal visits mother, grandfather’s graves in Garhi Khuda Bux

The PPP chief offered Fateha and showered flower petals on the mausoleum of his late mother who led PPP from 1979 to 2007 and his grand father who founded the party. Chairman #PPP @BBhuttoZardari showering flower petals on the mausoleum of Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto at GKB. pic.twitter.com/pH8L4Y6r9K — PPP (@MediaCellPPP) September 15, 2016 Chairman #PPP @BBhuttoZardari showering flower petals ... Read More »

Toyota engineer aims to recharge sales for Prius plug-in

With the plug-in Prius, which launches in Japan, North America and Europe in the coming months, Prius chief engineer Koji Toyoshima told Reuters in an interview that he would like to replicate the sales growth pattern of the conventional Prius. Each generation of the conventional Prius achieved strong sales growth: roughly 100,000 units for first generation launched in 1997, followed ... Read More »

ARY News attack: Court grants 10-day physical remand of accused

ARY News attack: Court grants 10-day physical remand of accused

Police produced accused Mohsin Ansari before the court today and pleaded for extension in remand. The investigation officer in his plea said that the accused has been involved in attack on the office of ARY News television channel and the investigators want to question him about the other accused involved in the attack. The ATC judge granted 10 days remand ... Read More »

1,369 arrested during combing operations in Punjab on Eid

1,369 arrested during combing operations in Punjab on Eid

Security forces on Thursday claimed to have arrested at least 1,369 suspected persons during search combing operations across the largest province of the country. Giving details of the recent operations in the province on Thursday, Mushtaq Sukhera Inspector General Punjab said that LEA and police department in several cases wanted a majority of the arrested people and added, they have ... Read More »

Sindh CM chairs meeting on CPEC security

Sindh CM chairs meeting on CPEC security

Shah was presiding over a meeting to discuss the $46 billion CPEC project Sindh Secretariat here. The meeting was attended the provincial Chief Secretary, provincial advisor Murtaza Wahab, I.G. Police Sindh, home secretary and other top officials. The chief minister said that the security of projects being build under the flagship China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is vital and the government is ... Read More »

Government must fulfil pledge to end load-shedding, says PM

Government must fulfil pledge to end load-shedding, says PM

Chairing a high-level federal cabinet meeting in Islamabad, the prime minister reiterated that soon there would be no load-shedding in the country and targeted 2018 as the year to get closer to the must-achieved goal. Talking to Chairman WAPDA (Water and Power Development Authority) Lieutenant General (Retired) Muzammil Hussain at his official residence in the federal capital, the prime minister ... Read More »