6PM Headline | 08-August-2020

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Reese Witherspoon Challenge garner a line of celebs

When is it that we do not come across something engrossing on the internet. And to top it all with it is always social media apps to get the trends kicking off from a scorching start line. Among all these we often see 'challenges accepted' and 'memes'. Taking it a notch higher in the celeb class is none other than...

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Ayyan’s 8 Shades of Lilt

After the online release of the single 'Earthquake' on January 2015  the model turned singer Ayyan Ali revealed on her social media accounts of the arrival of her remaining eight tracks from the album 'Nothing Like Everything'. Much before the designated time she slated the eight tracks on her YouTube channel gathering a reasonable amount of views within days of...

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Strategic Partnerships in Demanding Times

Living life in the fast lane, the economy patterns shift to a convenient and a more flexible one that delivers on time rather than mere perfection. Ride hailing started because it was need of the day. It may also be referred as ride sharing but that differs slightly from the former. Although it may be noted that the first ride...

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Aamina Sheikh posts wedding band photo, fans speculate about wedding

Pakistan’s famed actor Aamina Sheikh shared a cryptic post on Saturday leading fans into believing that the actor may have gotten hitched. Turning to Instagram, the Cake actor, 38, posted a photo with three hands atop each other holding two wedding rings. Alongside the post, the star wrote, “Bismillah.” https://www.instagram.com/p/CDnjumah_1R/?utm_source=ig_embed While the Jackson Heights actor did not make public any additional information, fans were...

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PM Khan urges Pakistanis to plant trees on Tiger Force Day

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged Pakistanis to join him in a tree plantation drive across the country on Sunday to celebrate 'Tiger Force Day' falling on August 9. In a message on Twitter, the premier said that he has also asked the members of parliament, ministers and chief ministers to participate in the plantation drive. Expressing hope that...

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Blast at military base in Somalia’s Mogadishu kills eight

MOGADISHU: At least eight people were killed and 14 wounded when a huge blast rocked a military base in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu near a stadium on Saturday, emergency workers said. The militant group al Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the attack. Soldiers opened fire after the explosion which sent clouds of smoke into the sky, said Halima Abdisalan, a mother...

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Australia to host T20 World Cup in 2022, women’s World Cup postponed

MANCHESTER: Australia will host the this year's T20 World Cup delayed by the coronavirus in 2022, the International Cricket Council announced on Friday. India will host the 2021 edition as planned, the global governing body said, while the 50-over Women´s World Cup, scheduled for next year in New Zealand, has been postponed until 2022. The ICC last month announced that the 2020...

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Mushtaq Ahmed enforces ‘lethal’ Yasir, Shadab against England

MANCHESTER: Former leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed has backed Pakistan's "lethal" leg-spinners Yasir Shah and Shadab Khan in the first Test against England at Old Trafford. Many teams rarely field one leg-spinner in their side, let alone two, but Pakistan appear to have read the conditions correctly in Manchester for the first of a three-match series. The experienced Yasir led Pakistan's attack...

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IHC forms larger bench to hear Kulbhushan Jadhav case

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday formed a larger bench to hear a case regarding the appointment of a legal counsel for Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav. The larger bench, comprising IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah, Justice Amir Farooq and Justice Mian Gull Hassan Auranzgeb, will hear the case on September 3. On July 22, the government had approached...

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Three dead in Balochistan as threat of flood looms

QUETTA: At least three people have been killed in Balochistan after heavy rain wreaked havoc in the province. Balochistan government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani in a statement said a flood-like situation was forming in the province, with dams overflowing due to persistent rain the province for the last two days. The MET Office on Friday had issued a weather advisory for...

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Moody’s elevates Pakistan’s outlook to ‘stable’ from ‘under review for downgrade’

Credit rating agency Moody's has upgraded Pakistan’s outlook from ‘under review for downgrade’ to ‘stable’, while maintaining a B3 rating, the agency said on Saturday. The agency in its latest report also confirmed the B3 foreign currency senior unsecured ratings for The Third Pakistan International Sukuk Co Ltd. The associated payment obligations are, in Moody's view, direct obligations of the Government of...

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Choose Your Green Tea Flavour

You may well remember the famous advertising campaign Lipton green tea launched when they came out with shopping bags that were designed as their green tea bags. It created quite an impact in the countries it was launched in. The campaign was also one of the most famous ones and featured on several viral social media platforms in the 1990s....

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