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  • Nawaz inaugurates Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore, says park not for sit-ins

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday formally inaugurated the Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore and said that the park is not for sit-in as protesters are often on the look out for such venues...

    "We should also post a sign in the park that it is not a place to hold sit-ins, as protesters are often on the lookout for such venues," said the prime minister...

  • Tweet like a bird

    Freedom to post quick, concise and frequent messages is what Twitter brought to the internet, allowing it to capture the imagination of millions around the world...

    Despite its rising popularity, Twitter’s official application has been unable to satisfy varied preferences and inclinations
  • Ban deprives bird owners of thrill

    Malik Zafarullah, bird enthusiast, used to stroll on the Mianwali streets almost 14 years ago with his chirping bird...

    In the months of peak summer, there used to be a series of tournament of bird singing in the district, said Zafarullah...

  • Bird damages plane at Benazir airport

    RAWALPINDI: The ‘nose cone’ of an Emirates Airlines plane approaching Benazir Bhutto International Airport (BBIA) was damaged after being hit by a bird...

    Pilot of flight EK-612, which had 423 passengers including crew members on board, relayed a messaged to air traffic control after the aircraft was hit by a bird...

  • The sound of a flying bird

    The second number was called ‘Like a Bird’ composed by a koto virtuoso...

    It was interesting how beautifully the notes represented not just the flight of a bird, but an entire journey...

  • Illegal bird catchers caught

    MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Wildlife Department officials and some volunteers caught two illegal bird catchers in the early hours of Friday and handed them over to the police in Bhimber district...

    “Last night someone saw three people with bird trapping equipment...

  • Dutch cull 190,000 ducks to contain bird flu outbreak

    THE HAGUE: Dutch officials have culled 190,000 ducks on a central Netherlands farm where inspectors have confirmed the presence of a highly infectuous strain of bird flu, officials and local media said on Sunday...

    Earlier this month the Netherlands shuttered petting zoos and banned duck hunting as it stepped up measures to stem a bird flu outbreak blamed for killing scores of poultry and more than a thousand wild birds in the...

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