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Samsung to halt Note 7 TV ads until new sales resume: source

According to Reuters, the person said ads already paid for would run until the end of their respective contracts but TV advertisements for the phones should end in South Korea sometime this week. The person, who was not authorised to speak to media on the matter, declined to be identified. A Samsung spokeswoman declined to comment. AFP adds: Samsung Electronics ... Read More »

IMF boss Lagarde to go on trial in France December 12

IMF boss Lagarde to go on trial in France December 12

Lagarde, 60, will be tried for negligence by the Court of Justice of the Republic, a tribunal that hears cases against ministers accused of wrongdoing in the discharge of their duties. The International Monetary Fund boss, who has repeatedly protested her innocence, faces up to a year in prison and a fine of 15,000 euros ($16,850) if found guilty. The ... Read More »

Facebook announces payment capabilities for Messenger service

Facebook announces payment capabilities for Messenger service

David Marcus, VP of messaging products at Facebook, said at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference that the company was working with a number of payment providers including PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Stripe to implement the features. Also Read: Facebook Messenger adds live video broadcasting For more such news…. visit our Science And Technology Section   Source By : ‘ARY ... Read More »

‘Inquiry Act 1956’ cannot probe Panama Papers’ leaks, says Ahsan

‘Inquiry Act 1956’ cannot probe Panama Papers’ leaks, says Ahsan

According to Ahsan, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has added only one clause in the proposed law, which cannot do justice with the leaks probe. Major political opposition parties on Wednesday are meeting in the capital to finalise the Terms of References (ToRs) for the proposed inquiry commission to investigate the Panama Papers leaks upon which they seek to judge the accountability ... Read More »

Pakistan must do utmost to prevent regional terrorism, says US

Pakistan must do utmost to prevent regional terrorism, says US

In a daily press briefing in Washington Deputy Spokesperson of the US State Department, Mark C. Toner urged Islamabad to control militancy not just within its own territory but also across the region and with the region, he meant the neighbouring country of India. Must Read: Protests intensify as death toll rises to over 80 in held Kashmir “It’s important that ... Read More »

Protests intensify as death toll rises to over 80 in held Kashmir

Kashmir marked the Indian national day as a ‘black day’ since, for the last 68 years, the valley has been torn by conflict in which thousands of civilians including men, women and young have been tortured, harassed and killed. All they want is either freedom from the unfair Indian rule or a merger with Pakistan. Security forces shot dead five ... Read More »

Army claims 14 militants killed in operation at Pak-Afghan border

Army claims 14 militants killed in operation at Pak-Afghan border

Rajgal, where the army offensive took place is one of the seven semi-autonomous tribal districts where the military has been fighting the Taliban and Al-Qaeda linked militants for over a decade. “The operation was conducted in areas close to Afghan border in which 11 terrorists were also injured,” the military said in a statement. On Tuesday, Inter Services Public Relations ... Read More »

Rangers, police raid offices of banned nationalist party in Hyderabad

Rangers, police raid offices of banned nationalist party in Hyderabad

They also raided various parts of the city including at the Abdullah Centre located in Qasimabad area and cordoned off the area. They searched the office of a nationalist organisation located there but did not make any arrests. In another raid located in the same, a suspect person was arrested and was transferred to undisclosed location for further interrogation. At ... Read More »

General Raheel Sharif gifts antique pistol to boxer Amir Khan

General Raheel Sharif gifts antique pistol to boxer Amir Khan

Just a few days ago, Amir Khan had presented a honourary title to the Army Chief on behalf of the World Boxing Council. Khan had lauded the efforts and achievements of Army Chief and the military against terrorism and presented the honourary championship belt for his services and efforts in maintaining the law and order situation of the country. READ MORE:  Boxer Amir Khan ... Read More »