Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ shatters North American box office

LOS ANGELES: Glass, a superhero thriller both financed and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, shattered the North American box office over the holiday weekend, taking in $46.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Tuesday. The Universal film, a sequel to Shyamalan's Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016), stars Bruce Willis as the superhuman known as The Overseer locked in a psychiatric...

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PM Imran’s visit: Qatar agrees to include Pakistani rice in its tender documents

ISLAMABAD: During the recent visit of the Prime Minister to Qatar, the Qatari Government has agreed to include Pakistan origin rice in the tender documents of the Central Tendering Committee which falls directly under the purview of Qatar’s Ministry of Economy and Commerce. The lifting of the ban is expected to provide an additional US $40-50 million of rice exports...

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Kim Jong Un expresses ‘great satisfaction’ over Trump letter: KCNA

SEOUL: North Korea's Kim Jong Un has expressed "great satisfaction" after receiving a letter from US President Donald Trump, KCNA news agency said Thursday, ahead of a planned summit between the two leaders. "He spoke highly of President Trump for expressing his unusual determination and will... with a great interest in the second DPRK-US summit," KCNA said, using the initials...

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Parents suffer inconvenience as van owners association went to strike in Karachi

KARACHI: Parents went through inconvenience, on Thursday as the the school van owners’ association decided to go on strike and not ply their vehicles. Parents of schoolchildren were forced to drop their children themselves. The van drivers were protesting against the Karachi police’s campaign against school buses with substandard CNG and LPG cylinders. “Gas cylinders are found in cars across...

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