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Swinging The Way Around in USA Politics

Not to be confused with the Republicans, typical Democrats, the likes we have seen before getting false hopes to former PM Benazir Bhutto and getting her assassinated on Condo Rice’s call of affirmation that she would be in safe hands even if she made a speech out of the car which, Rehman Malik, Her adviser, strongly opposed of. The ensuing...

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Trump seeks to ‘eliminate HIV’ in US within 10 years

President Donald Trump used his State of the Union address on Tuesday to call for a bipartisan commitment to eradicate AIDS in the United States within a decade. "Scientific breakthroughs have brought a once-distant dream within reach," Trump said in his annual address to Congress. "My budget will ask Democrats and Republicans to make the needed commitment to eliminate the...

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Hawaii considers raising legal smoking age — to 100

Would-be cigarette smokers in the US state of Hawaii might have to wait a very long time for their first legal drag, after a lawmaker introduced a bill that would bar sales to anyone under the age of 100. The proposed law, introduced by local Democratic representative Richard Creagan, would effectively amount to a cigarette ban by 2024. Hawaii already...

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Cancers linked to obesity on the rise in young adults: Study

PARIS: A sharp increase in the rate of obesity-linked cancers among young adults in the United States could foreshadow a reversal in the overall decline in cancer mortality, researchers warned Monday. In a sweeping study covering two-thirds of the US population, they showed that half a dozen cancers for which obesity is a known risk factor became more frequent from...

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Beyonce, Jay-Z offer lifetime concert tickets for fans who go vegan

Music superstars Beyonce and Jay-Z are offering fans a chance to win free tickets for life to their concerts in exchange for adopting a vegan diet for a month. The “Lemonade” singer announced the contest to her 123 million Instagram followers late on Wednesday in support of the Greenprint Project, which encourages people to reduce their environmental footprint by eating...

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Hong Kong gifts Pakistan a culinary star

HONG KONG: A pair of his father's old tandoor ovens helped Hong Kong restaurateur Asim Hussain achieve a dream — the world's first Michelin star for a Pakistani restaurant, an accolade he hopes will fire interest in the country's often overlooked cuisine. Like many of Hong Kong's 85,000 strong South Asian population, Hussein's family trace their lineage in the bustling...

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Beyond Beautiful Exhibition: Pictorial Edition

Web Desk: Pakistan’s first beauty expo, Beyond Beautiful which continued for three consecutive days came to end on Sunday night.   View this post on Instagram   #CONFIDENCE #DIVERSITY #CHANGE #Beyondbeautifulint #CatalystPR #CatwalkEvents #BeyondBeautiful2019 #RedCarpet #zeromakeup #nabilasalon #TvOnePk #Newsonepk #FM91 @beyondbeautifulint A post shared by Newsonepk (@newsonepakistan) on Jan 25, 2019 at 8:19am PST The event kicked off with Beauty...

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Pakistani top Chef contestant Fatima Ali loses battle against cancer

On Friday, Pakistani-American top Chef contestant Fatima Ali passed away on Friday after nearly a year-long battle with cancer.  She was 29 of years age. Ali, who moved to New York at the age of 18, rose to fame on Bravo's Top Chef where she came in seventh on season 15 but won the Fan Favorite title when the season ended early last...

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UN chief says World losing the race against climate change

The world is "losing the race" against climate change, United Nations chief Antonio Guterres warned on Thursday at the elite Davos forum, demanding bolder action from governments to arrest catastrophic warming. "Climate change is the defining issue of our time. We are losing the race," he said on the margins of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, which has...

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China’s ageing elite live golden years in style

At a gated community for Chinese senior citizens, retired military personnel, film-makers and top university professors settle into a new routine: ballet lessons, weightlifting and catered dining. As China´s population ages rapidly and the one-child policy left parents with only a single child to help them in their old age, the upper crust of Chinese society are spending the last...

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Model Iman Ali to tie knot next month

Pakistani Model Iman Ali will be tying the knot next month. Iman took to Instagram a day earlier and posted a photo with her husband-to-be Babar Aziz Bhatti. "The one," she captioned the photo. https://www.instagram.com/p/BsvDlWpgcNz/?utm_source=ig_embed Iman is among the top models of Pakistan and has worked in several local films and dramas.

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New York breaks tourism record in 2018

A record-breaking 65.2 million tourists visited New York in 2018, its tourist board said Wednesday, with British people particularly keen to visit the Big Apple from overseas. According to new figures from NYC & Company, around 51.6 million Americans and 13.5 million foreign tourists visited the city last year —compared to 13.1 overseas visitors in 2017. Britons topped the list...

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McDonald’s loses Big Mac EU trademark battle

Irish fast food chain Supermac´s announced Tuesday it had won a European Union battle against global giant McDonald´s over the use of the Big Mac and Mc trademarks. Supermac´s asked the European Union Intellectual Property Office to cancel McDonald´s use of the trademarks in certain fields. The EUIPO said McDonald´s had not proven genuine use of the contested trademark as...

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‘Great American food’: Trump serves college football champs burgers in candlelight

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump laid out a White House feast fit for a government shutdown on Monday: silver platters heaped high with McDonald’s quarter pounders and the red-and-white burger wrappers of Wendy’s. White House chefs normally would serve much fancier fare underneath the stern gaze of the portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the State Dining Room. But they are...

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‘Yellow vests’ protests force Dior to move Paris fashion show

PARIS: Dior said Friday it was bringing forward its Paris fashion week show after its flagship shop was looted during "yellow vests" protests. The luxury brand's men's spring/summer show was to have been taken place a week Saturday when more anti-government protests are likely in the French capital. Dior refused to say if it was bringing the January 19 show...

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The $136 billion breakup: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announces divorce

NEW YORK: The announcement by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the world’s wealthiest man, and his wife that they will divorce has captivated the imagination – how will they split his giant fortune, estimated at $136 billion? And what will happen to the Internet retail giant – will his soon-to-be ex get a significant stake, and how would that affect his control...

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Robot Breadmaking startup eyes fresh connections

The robot breadmaker came to Las Vegas this week, aiming to bring some freshness to a sector that may be ready for disruption. Wilkinson Baking Company unveiled its BreadBot at the Consumer Electronics Show, a machine that mixes and bakes up to 235 loaves a day. Chief executive Randall Wilkinson said the device can lower costs and produce fresher breads...

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