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Aspirin, COVID-19, drug, UK, Aspirin Covid-19

Aspirin to be tested as potential Covid-19 drug in UK

Story by Reuters Painkiller aspirin will be evaluated as a possible treatment for Covid-19 in one of Britain’s biggest trials, which will assess whether it might...

China, 6G experiment satellite, China 6G

China launches ‘world’s first 6G experiment satellite’

China has sent into space “the world’s first 6G experiment satellite,” local media reported on Friday (Nov 7). The experimental 6G satellite will “verify the...

Petition, inquiry, Ayyan Ali

Court turns down petition to start new inquiry against Ayyan Ali

The Islamabad High Court rejected on Nov 7 the petition of the Customs department to initiate a new dollar smuggling inquiry against former model Ayyan Ali. Justice...

Shaniera Akram, Pakistan, Wasim Akram

Shaniera Akram asks Pakistanis to have small weddings

Shaniera Akram, wife of former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram, has urged the Pakistanis to have small wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic which she believes will...

Main Line-1 project, Karachi, Lahore, Main Line-1

New railway project will let people to travel from Karachi to Lahore in ‘seven hours’

A new railway project named Main Line-1 will let people travel from Lahore to Karachi in just seven hours, which will be unprecedented. Speaking at the inauguration of...

Banyan tree, replanted, Karachi

200-year-old Banyan tree replanted at Karachi court

A 200-year-old Banyan tree at the Sindh High Court, which had fallen during Karachi’s monsoon rains this year, has been successfully restored. The restoration was...

Vocal powerhouse Kelly Clarkson taking legal action against her father-in-law’s company Starstruck Management Group after getting sued by them over unpaid commissions. The American Idol alum has legally responded to her estranged husband Brandon Blackstock’s father Narvel Blackstock and his management company with which she was associated for the past 13 years. The singer, 38, filed a labour petition on October 20, where she, per PEOPLE, claimed that the company had violated the California Labor Code for "procuring, offering, promising, or attempting to procure employment or engagements" for her with no talent agency license. She argued in the petition that all of their agreements including their verbal contracts where she was consented to pay them 15% of commission should be declared “void and unenforceable.” The company’s attorney Bryan Freedman issued a statement to PEOPLE claiming that the petition "conveniently ignores the fact that Kelly had her own licensed talent agency [Creative Artists Agency] at all times." "While Starstruck Management Group provided talent management services on her behalf, it did so at all times that CAA was her agency of record," he said. "It is unfortunate that Kelly is again attempting to avoid paying commissions that are due and owing to Starstruck to try and achieve some perceived advantage in her ongoing custody and divorce proceedings,” he added.

Kelly Clarkson demands money her father-in-law made off her name

Vocal powerhouse Kelly Clarkson taking legal action against her father-in-law’s company Starstruck Management Group after getting sued by them over unpaid commissions....

Joe Biden, White House, US Presidential election

Biden close to finish line in White House race

Story by AFP Democrat Joe Biden was on the brink of winning the White House on Friday after taking the lead in the potentially decisive state of Pennsylvania but...