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Cokefest ends among reverie and jubilee

Cokefest wrapped up it's festivities after a fun filled 3 days on Sunday, yesterday after a fabulous celebration of food, music and togetherness under the bright blue Karachi skies.   View this post on Instagram   Coke Festival 2018-19 Karachi | Day3 @foodfestpk @tazstereonation #Newsonepk #eatlover #foodlovers #foodie #Coke #Dance #Drink #MusicFestival #FamilyFestival #Music #CokeFest2019 #FoodFest #beachpark #karachi #Day3 A...

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Gene test shows breast cancer patients can skip chemo

TAMPA: The majority of women with a common form of breast cancer may be able to skip chemotherapy after surgery, based on their score on a genetic test, researchers said Sunday. As many as 65,000 women in the United States alone could be impacted by the study, described as the largest breast cancer trial to date, released at the American...

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Picture of Saudi princess on magazine cover sparks backlash

Web Desk: Vogue magazine has been criticised for publishing a front cover featuring a Saudi Arabian princess at the wheel of a car, while activists who campaigned for an end to a ban on women driving in the kingdom are held in jail. The image of Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah al-Saud in the driver’s seat wearing leather gloves and high...

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WHO reveals smoking causing millions of heart attacks, strokes across the globe

While the link between smoking and a range of cancers is well known, the World Health Organization warned Thursday there was too little awareness of tobacco's impact on the human heart. On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day Thursday, the UN health agency hailed that smoking had declined significantly since year 2000, but warned that there were still far...

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Pakistan diminished proposed tobacco health warnings after Philip Morris, BAT lobbying

Philip Morris International Inc and British American Tobacco Plc lobbied Pakistan's government to not implement bigger health warnings on cigarette packs, in what officials say was part of an industry-wide campaign that successfully persuaded Islamabad to water down a proposal designed to save lives. In Pakistan, where the government estimates tobacco kills more than 100,000 people a year, Philip Morris...

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Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training

Starbucks closed more than 8,000 stores on Tuesday to train around 175,000 employees against racial bias, an unprecedented public operation that highlights America's ongoing struggle with discrimination. The move follows the April 12 arrest of two black men in a Philadelphia Starbucks, which sparked outrage, protests and soul-searching about racial tensions that have deteriorated under President Donald Trump. For many,...

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Actress Meera’s Dual Nikkah: Family court rules in favor of Atiq-ur-Rehman after 9 years

Lahore: According to reports received by NewsOne the family court has ruled in favor of the defendant Atiq-Ur-Rehman in the Meera marriage saga, with reports of her indulging in a dual nikkah (Marriage upon marriage) which is considered illegal in Pakistan and Shariah. The controversial actress’s father Sarwer Shah had claimed earlier that his daughter has already signed a nikkah with Captain...

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Chew gum and walk, it may keep you thin: study

PARIS: Still looking for the secret to effortless weight loss? It may be as simple as chewing gum while walking, Japanese researchers suggested on Saturday. In experiments, they said, the heart rate of 46 people, aged 21 to 69, increased when they were given gum to chew while walking at a natural pace. And while masticating caused a measurable physical...

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Pulitzer-winning author Philip Roth dies at 85

Author Philip Roth, who was both hailed and derided for laying bare the neuroses and obsessions that haunted the modern Jewish-American experience, died on Tuesday at the age of 85, his agent said. Roth died in New York City at 10:30pm local time of congestive heart failure, his literary agent Andrew Wylie said. Roth wrote more than 30 books, including...

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Special Ramzan dishes from around the globe: Chakchouka (shakshouka)

As the blessed month of Ramzan is upon us, let’s try something out of the ordinary, tired of the same old samosa’s and pakoras dripping with oil and fats? Then, look no further, we have the alternates you desire. Want to try something unique and refreshing, then stay in touch with NewsOne which will be sharing a new and different...

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Just Married! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied knots, declared husband and wife

Britain's Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle were pronounced husband and wife on Saturday by the Archbishop of Canterbury in a glittering union that brought a measure of modern Hollywood glamour into the 1,000-year-old monarchy. The star of the TV drama "Suits" walked unescorted in a pure white, long-sleeved dress to the middle of the 15th-century St George's Chapel...

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Special Ramzan Dishes from around the globe to revitalize, energize and please

As the blessed month of Ramzan is upon us, let's try something out of the ordinary, tired of the same old samosa's and pakoras dripping with oil and fats? Then, look no further, we have the alternates you desire. Want to try something unique and refreshing, then stay in touch with NewsOne which will be sharing a new and different...

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Special Ramzan Dishes from around the globe to revitalize, energize and please

As the blessed month of Ramzan is upon us, let's try something out of the ordinary, tired of the same old samosa's and pakoras dripping with oil and fats? Then, look no further, we have the alternates you desire. Want to try something unique and refreshing, then stay in touch with NewsOne which will be sharing a new and different...

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Meghan Markle’s father will not attend royal wedding

Meghan Markle confirmed on Thursday that her father will not be present to walk her down the aisle when she marries Prince Harry on Saturday. "Sadly, my father will not be attending our wedding. I have always cared for my father and hope he can be given the space he needs to focus on his health," she said in a...

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Study says exercise does not delay decline in people with dementia

PARIS: While physical exercise may stave off dementia, it does not delay mental decline in people after they´ve been diagnosed, a study in nearly 500 people with the condition reported Thursday. While a fitness regime improved physical fitness in people with mild to moderate dementia, it "does not slow cognitive impairment," researchers reported in The BMJ medical journal. It is...

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Study reveals what women find in men

Labouring over the age-old question "What do women look for in men?", scientists added an item to the list Wednesday: legs slightly longer than average, with a good shin-to-thigh ratio. Long arms, however, fail to impress. In an online survey, some 800 American women preferred faceless male figures "when their legs are slightly longer than average" -- but not too...

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Royal wedding plans thrown as Markle’s dad ‘pulls out’

LONDON: This weekend’s carefully planned wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry to his fiancee Meghan Markle was mired in confusion on Tuesday after the father of the American actress told a celebrity news website he was no longer coming. Harry, 33, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and the sixth-in-line to the British throne, and Markle, 36, will marry on Saturday at St George’s...

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