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Pakistan, High Commissioner, Sohail Mahmood, India, New Delhi

Ice melting? Pakistan sends its high commissioner back to India

Giving another peace overture to its arch-rival India, Pakistan on Saturday sent back its High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood to New Delhi. Mahmood had met Prime Minister...

Khyber Pakhtonkhwa, KP, KPK, resolution, acronym, Senate

Use of ‘KP or KPK’ for Khyber Pakhtonkhwa banned in official writings

The Establishment Department of the Khyber Pakhonkhwa government has issued orders on Friday, calling for use of Khyber Pakhtonkhwa as full name instead of its acronyms...

Offshore drilling, Karachi, oil, gas, Exxon Mobil

Offshore drilling for oil and gas near Karachi has stopped! but why?

An offshore drilling for exploration of oil and gas at a distance of 230 kilometers from Karachi has stopped, said the government Adviser for Shipping and Ports Mehmood...

Chimps, cultural diversity, humans, study

Chimps’ cultural diversity threatened by humans, study says

Like humans, chimpanzees are culturally diverse but those differences are being eroded by human incursion, international researchers say in a groundbreaking study...

NASA, images, supersonic, shockwaves

NASA captures unprecedented images of supersonic shockwaves

NASA has captured unprecedented photos of the interaction of shockwaves from two supersonic aircraft, part of its research into developing planes that can fly faster...

Sinus problems, risk, depression, anxiety

Sinus problems tied to higher risk of depression, anxiety

People who suffer from a common chronic sinus disorder may be more likely than those who don’t to develop depression and anxiety, a Korean study suggests. Researchers...

Aerobic exercise, Aerobic, exercise depression, chronically ill,

Aerobic exercise eases depression, even in chronically ill

People with chronic health problems who suffer from depression may find their mood improve when they do aerobic exercise, a research review suggests. Patients with...

Pakistan, India, nuclear war, NYT, Pulwama attack, PTI, BJP

Nuclear war threat between Pakistan and India is still alive, says NYT

The US-based daily, “The New York Times” says though tensions have cooled down between India and Pakistan but the two countries face unpredictable...

Mohib Mirza, Pakistani actor, injured, film shoot, Made in China

Pakistani actor Mohib Mirza injured during film shoot

Popular Pakistani actor Mohib Mirza got injured during the shooting of his directorial debut ‘Ishrat – Made in China’. The actor was reportedly injured for taking...

Pakistan, worldwide, cheapest mobile data

Pakistan ranked 33rd worldwide in cheapest mobile data

The global index for cheapest mobile data rates has ranked Pakistan at 33rd position after analyzing 6,313 mobile data plans in 230 countries. This has been revealed by...