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Barkat e Ramzan, Making Records and Winning hearts against all odds

Web Desk: Newsone's auspicious Barkat e Ramzan transmission has kicked off to a heartwarming reception by it's viewers and attendees. Our moto is one that one could follow and adhere to and follow and also enjoy keeping in mind the sanctity of the holy month, "Keep It Simple". We have kept it simple and dignified under a new host in...

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Barkat e Ramzan, Making Records and Winning hearts against all odds

Web Desk: Newsone's auspicious Barkat e Ramzan transmission has kicked off to a heartwarming reception by it's viewers and attendees. Our moto is one that one could follow and adhere to and follow and also enjoy keeping in mind the sanctity of the holy month, "Keep It Simple". We have kept it simple and dignified under a new host in...

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Hitler definitely died in 1945 according to new study of his teeth

Adolf Hitler definitely died in 1945 in Berlin, from taking cyanide and a bullet, according to French researchers who were given rare access to fragments of the dictator's teeth held in Moscow. "The teeth are authentic, there is no possible doubt. Our study proves that Hitler died in 1945," professor Philippe Charlier told AFP. "We can stop all the conspiracy...

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Work key to a long life, says Mexican who may be world´s oldest man

Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: You wouldn´t know it watching him take care of his chickens on the family farm, but according to his birth certificate and official Mexican ID, Manuel Garcia Hernandez is 121 years old. Garcia, who may just be the world´s oldest man, was born on 24 December 1896, according to his birth certificate from the Mexican state of...

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Dogs born in summer prone to heart disease: study

Dogs born during summer months run a higher risk of heart and artery problems, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports. The seasonal difference was especially marked -- 74 percent higher in July than January -- in breeds not genetically prone to cardiovascular disease, leading scientists to speculate that environmental factors such as air pollution accounted...

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Germany returns grave-plundered artefacts to Alaska

Germany has restituted nine artefacts belonging to indigenous people in Alaska after determining they were plundered from graves. The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, which oversees museums in the German capital, said Wednesday the burial objects were brought to Berlin in 1882-1884 on commission by the then Royal Museum of Ethnology. But "everything shows today that the objects stemmed from a...

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Ramazan moon sighted in Pakistan, holy month to begin from Thursday

KARACHI: The Islamic holy month of Ramazan will commence in Pakistan from Thursday, Chairman of the Central Ruet-i-Hilal Committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman announced. Mufti Muneeb said evidences of moon-sighting were reported from various areas of the country, confirming the commencement of the month of fasting. Muslims all over the world fast during the days of this holy month, and make special...

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World marks Mother’s Day with utmost love, respect

KARACHI: Mother’s Day is being observed today in countries across the world including Pakistan that celebrates the countless sacrifices of the figure who never refrains from going to any length to comfort her offspring.   The day which falls on the second Sunday of May every year, celebrates the mother of the family and her countless sacrifices and devotion. It...

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China’s first home-built aircraft carrier sets out for sea trials

BEIJING: China’s first domestically developed aircraft carrier left its northeastern port to begin sea trials on Sunday, state media said, the latest milestone in the country’s efforts to modernise its military. The still-unnamed carrier was launched this time last year but since then has been undergoing fitting of weapons and other systems and has not yet entered service. The official...

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Get a chance to meet the effervescent Maya Khan this Sunday at Lucky One Mall

Web Desk: We have got a great news for you as Newsone is giving fans an opportunity to connect with the host of Barkat-e-Ramzan transmission, 'Maya Khan' this Sunday May 13th at 7.00 pm, Lucky One Mall, Karachi. During the visit, whole team of Barkat-e-Ramzan will do chit-chat with common people of metropolis. This would be a great chance for...

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Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa included in the list of most powerful people by ‘Forbes’ Magazine

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has been included in the list of the world most powerful people in the world. He was named by Forbes magazine in its annual ranking  for the year 2018-19. https://www.forbes.com/profile/qamar-javed-bajwa/?list=powerful-people COAS Bajwa ranks on 68th number in a list of total 75 powerful individuals. "Although the president is his boss on paper,...

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Pakistan blessed with most talented, vibrant youth: COAS

A group of students from different public schools met Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Rawalpindi on Wednesday. These students apart from education have excelled in different sporting fields, including cricket, football and chess. The Army Chief said Pakistan is blessed with most talented and vibrant youth which is our real defence. He encouraged the youth to...

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SBP releases Rs50 commemorative coin in respect of meritorious service Dr Ruth Pfau

KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Governor on Tuesday, Tariq Bajwa and the German ambassador to Pakistan, Martin Kobler issued a Rs 50 commemorative coin in recognition of the meritorious services rendered by Dr Ruth Katherina Martha Pfau at the SBP Headquarters here. The SBP with the federal government’s approval has issued a commemorative coin of Rupees 50 which will be...

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Traumatised bears, wolves find solace at Greek sanctuary

Orphaned as an infant, three-year-old Patrick takes a wary view of visitors. He crouches low, licks his claws and starts humming -- a bear's equivalent of thumb-sucking. "It soothes him when he's stressed," says Melina Avgerinou, a caretaker at the Arcturos bear sanctuary in northern Greece. Patrick's tale is typical of many bears that have found refuge in the Arcturos...

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Sindh government announces summer vacations 2018

Karachi: Government of Sindh on Monday has announced the early summer vacations owing to extremely hot weather and Ramazan. According to a notification issued by Sindh government states that, "summer vacations for all public and private educational institutions in Sindh" have been rescheduled to May 14 to July 16. "All the educational institutions shall open on July 17," the notification...

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After death, Hawking cuts ‘multiverse’ theory down to size

With a science paper published after his death, Stephen Hawking has revived debate on a deeply divisive question for cosmologists: Is our Universe just one of many in an infinite, ever-expanding "multiverse"? According to one school of thought, the cosmos started expanding exponentially after the Big Bang. In most parts, this expansion or "inflation" continues eternally, except for a few...

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50 live crocodiles from Malaysia seized at London airport

British officials have seized an illegal shipment of 50 live crocodiles at London Heathrow Airport, the UK Border Force said Friday. The year-old juvenile saltwater crocodiles were found crammed into five boxes coming from Malaysia. The were bound for a farm in Cambridgeshire, eastern England, where they were to be bred for their meat. The animals had not been packed...

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