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F*** the Pakistani’s, says White House Adviser Richard Clarke

Web Desk: Former White House Adviser Richard Clarke who served under Ronald Reagan, Bush Senior, Bill Clinton and Bush Junior administrations was caught swearing in a tv show when Pakistan came under discussion. The former white house adviser was in a popular TV show hosted by the controversial American comedian, political commentator and television host, Bill Maher. Talking on a bevy of...

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Mars had the ingredients needed for life: NASA data reveals

WASHINGTON: A NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earth´s neighbor may have harbored life. But National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists emphasized there could be nonbiological explanations for both discoveries made by...

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Shahid Afridi advises CJP to visit lower courts in order to get rid of ‘black sheep’ within

Web Desk: Former captain and all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi on Wednesday has urged Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar to visit lower courts in order to “fix the black sheep” within. Former cricketer in his tweet applauded CJP Nisar for his surprise visits to state-run facilities. “Want to congratulate the Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar for commendable & remarkable job. His...

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Targeted cancer treatments far outperform traditional methods

MIAMI: Cancer treatments that attack tumors based on their individual genetic traits — not their location in the body — far outperform traditional methods, extending survival for twice as many patients, a study said Saturday. The precision medicine field of targeted therapy involves testing tumors for clues about their genetic mutations, and matching patients with new drugs designed to block...

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Israeli army kills Palestinian nurse in Gaza border protest: medics

GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli forces killed a Palestinian nurse on Friday as she tried to help a wounded protester at the Gaza border, according to health officials and a witness, while Israel said militants had attacked its troops with gunfire and a grenade. Razan Al-Najar’s death brought to 119 the number of Palestinians killed in weekly demonstrations launched on March...

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Wrongfully Convicted, Terminally Ill: Zulfiqar Ali passes away in Indonesia

Zulfiqar Ali, a terminally ill Pakistani on death row in Indonesia, has passed away, Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), which had been advocating on his behalf, said in a public statement on Thursday. "Zulfiqar, 54, died from liver cancer which he had been diagnosed with in Dec 2017. He leaves behind 5 children and his wife, Siti. His mother, based in...

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The Economist predicts Shehbaz Sharif to be next PM based on strong showing in Punjab

LAHORE: The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in its new Country Report for Pakistan expects PML-N will return to power while risks to political stability will remain high in the run-up to the elections. The EIU is the research division The Economist newspaper’s sister company. The report says: “We expect the PML-N (Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz) to be reelected on the back...

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Singapore Airlines to launch world’s longest flight

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines said on Wednesday that it will relaunch the world's longest commercial flight in October, a journey of almost 19 hours from the city-state to New York, but it will not be available to economy travellers. The daily, non-stop journey from Changi to Newark Airport will cover about 16,700 kilometres (10,300 miles) and take about 18 hours 45...

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320 Minhaj University students expelled over leaking Gandapur’s shouting video

LAHORE: Over 320 female students of the Minhaj University were expelled from its hostel on Sunday for leaking a viral video, in which Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Secretary General Khurram Nawaz Gandapur was seen scolding them. Some students left the university hostel themselves after PAT leader shouted at the students on May 18, whereas other students had been told to...

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Man severely beaten for trying to shake hands with Nawaz Sharif

Lahore: A man who apparently seems like a worker of the Pakistan Muslim League got onstage whilst the disqualified leader and his daughter Maryam Nawaz were sat there, ready to address a press conference dedicated to the Nuclear tests by Pakistan in the ninties, now known as Yom-E-Takbeer. https://www.newsone.tv/pakistan-news/ink-thrown-khawaja-asif-addressing-convention The unarmed man got onstage for a chance to meet his...

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Watch: PTI leader NaeemUl Haq slaps Daniyal Aziz on air

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s Spokesperson NaeemUl Haq on Tuesday slapped PML-N's Daniyal Aziz for uttering indecent remarks during a current affairs talk show on private news channel, Newsone reported. PTI's NaeemUl Haq losses his temper when Aziz, the minister for Privatisation, called Haq a ‘thief’ during the live show. However, the show host Muneeb Farooq managed to...

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Doctors warn of overeating during iftar

Health experts have warned against overeating during the holy month of Ramazan as this can cause several stomach related diseases. Every year during Ramazan, emergency rooms at hospitals across the country see an increase of patients with severe abdominal pains. According to gastroenterologist Dr Yasir Mukhtar, stomach ulcers and other gastro complications caused by overeating are common during Ramazan. “Overeating...

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Pregnancy of southern white rhino at US zoo could save subspecies

A southern white rhino at a California zoo has been impregnated through artificial insemination, researchers announced on Thursday, in what could prove a major step in saving a nearly extinct close relative. The rhino called Victoria was inseminated in March at the San Diego Zoo and the embryo will continue developing for about 14 months, meaning that the calf would...

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Karachi likely to experience fresh spell of heat wave over next few days

Karachi: Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned citizens to brace themselves for temperatures as mercury to remain between 40°C to 43°C during next five to six days. According to PMD temperature in Karachi is expected to reach 43° Celsius on Saturday. Three years ago, Karachi experienced the deadliest heatwave Pakistan had seen in over 50 years. Read More: NAWABSHAH MIGHT SET HOTTEST...

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Unusually severe weather kills at least 66 in India; more storms on the way

NEW DELHI: Severe storms are expected to hit northern India today, the weather office warned, a day after at least 66 people were killed as unusually powerful dust storms, torrential rain and lightning battered large parts of the country. Storm uprooted trees, knocked down power poles, grounded flights and disrupted trains across northern, eastern and southern states, including the capital,...

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Trump’s withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal likely to worsen Mideast proxy battles

There may not be much Iran can do about President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal, but across the Middle East, it has a variety of ways it can hit back at the United States and America’s regional allies. Iran has expanded its influence far beyond its borders in recent years, sponsoring an army of tens of thousands of...

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Newsone acquires video of Transgender shot at point blank range in Mansehra

Web Desk: A transgender was shot in Mansehra on Friday while performing at a wedding anniversary over a petty non-issue, an innocent killed for no rhyme or reason, again. The transgender was asked to provide a change for a Pakistani 100 rupee bill so that the money may be showered upon the performance as a token of appreciation. When the...

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