Category: Lifestyle

Celebrating womanhood, Bahria University, You Go Girl

Criticise my work, but don’t question my morals: Mehwish Hayat

Women from professional milieu gathered at the Bahria University earlier this week to attend an event aimed at promoting women empowerment and celebrating endeavours...

Dubai, urban projects, cable cars

Dubai announces revolutionary urban projects including cable cars

Story by AFP Dubai announced a series of futuristic urban projects on Tuesday, including a 15-kilometre (nine mile) cable car system above the emirate’s main road....

human footprint, Chile, Americas

Oldest human footprint found in the Americas confirmed in Chile, researcher says

Story by Reuters A 15,600-year old footprint discovered in southern Chile is believed to be the oldest ever found in the Americas, according to researchers. The...

Tropical forest, size, England, destroyed, 2018

Tropical forest, equal to the size of England, destroyed in 2018: report

Story by AFP Last year humanity destroyed an expanse of tropical forest nearly the size of England, the third largest decline since global satellite data become...

TRANSGENDER, Sindh, police officers, Punjab transgender stipend, Transgender stipend

Transgender persons to be appointed as police officers in Sindh

After years of sometimes brutal persecution, transgender Pakistanis gained recognition in 2009 when the Supreme Court granted them special status with rights equal to...

UAE, Ministry of Possibilities

UAE launches ‘Ministry of Possibilities’

Story by AFP The United Arab Emirates on Tuesday unveiled a new branch of government, a Ministry of Possibilities, three years after launching a department in charge of...

Americans, religion

Half of Americans back stronger role of religion in society: study

Around half of Americans favor religion playing a greater role in US society, while 18 percent oppose that idea, according to a Pew Research Center study published...

World's smallest baby, Japan

‘World’s smallest baby boy’ set to go home in Japan

Story by AFP The world’s smallest baby boy, who was born in October in Japan weighing as much as an apple, is now ready for the outside world, his doctor said...

Pepsi, space billboards, orbital billboard, Sky, StartRocket

Is Pepsi considering space billboards to light up its logo on sky?

The Pepsi may revolutionize the future of advertising after reports emerged that one of the world’s top soft drink brands is in talks with a Russian firm for space...

Women 'better hiding infidelity'

Women ‘better at hiding infidelity’, reveals new study

The results were "not as expected", the scientists admitted. Men were able to spot potential poachers among other men but even when other women were judging, the female...