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  • SOCIETY: Time Running Out for Watch-makers

    “So it was natural for me to learn the skills, which I did by joining my father’s business and in just a few months I became as good as my father because watch-repairing is in my blood...

    “People don’t necessarily wear watches to tell time, they have their cell phones,” he says...

  • Society: Time to go offline

    Gradually, the time duration kept increasing and now I spend approximately 10 to 12 hours on the internet every day after work, so much so that even I cannot sleep properly at night due to which I have started feeling lethargic most of the time...

    ”Health experts report that majority of the teenagers in Pakistan are spending more time than is healthy on Instagram and Snapchat...

  • It’s feeding time here, all the time

    One of the myths surrounding those wrestling greats of yesteryears was their extraordinary large meals -- that the meat of an average-sized goat or sheep made up one-time meal for a pehlwan...

    Next, the lady of the house you are a guest in will unveil her culinary skills with the best recipes ever taught by her mother, all tried and time-tested...

  • Time after time

    But once inside a shop, you realise that there is more to do with time here than just the wall clocks...

    On the shelves and inside the showcases you also see pretty timepieces and table clocks and inside the glass counter showcases there are the wristwatches all reminding you of the importance of keeping time...

  • Nawaz believes time has come to give tough time to govt

    Although mainstream opposition parties — the PML-N, PPP and JUI-F — maintain that they are in talks with each other to finalise the agenda of the MPC, the PML-N has reportedly conveyed Mr Sharif’s wish to the PPP and JUI-F leadership to evolve a ‘mutual agenda’ to give tough time to the government after Muharram...

    “Mr Sharif thinks that the time has come to take on the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government more aggressively...

  • Pakistani govt paid blood money for Davis release: Asif

    ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Friday disclosed that the federal government had paid the blood money to the heirs of three people killed by United States Central Intelligence Agency contractor Raymond Davis in Lahore in 2011...

    He pointed out that the Pakistan Peoples Party had disowned Mr Haqqani a long time ago...

  • No blood money for Makkah crane crash victims, rules Saudi court

    Makkah's Summary Court on Sunday ruled that victims and affectees of the 2015 crane crash at the Grand Mosque which resulted in the deaths of at least 109 people would not receive any blood money or compensation, the Saudi Gazette reported...

    His orders, however, appear not to have been binding, as blood money or compensation is decided by the court, the Gazette reported...

  • Bad blood

    FOR the first time since 1999, there are serious question marks over the PML-N’s future...

    Foremost, for the first time, this is not about the brothers...

  • Abe — nationalist blue blood at home, shrewd diplomat abroad

    TOKYO: Japan’s Shinzo Abe, who called snap elections on Monday, is seen as a pragmatic and canny diplomat who has cosied up to Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin while pushing a nationalist agenda at home...

    Groomed for power from birth, the 63-year-old is often viewed as arrogant but has also shown a self-deprecating sense of humour, dressing up as video game icon Super Mario as the Rio Olympics closed to give a zany preview of Tokyo 2020
  • Shangla’s blood orange arrives in market

    SHANGLA: The locally produced blood orange has arrived in the market and its supply to other cities of the country has also started...

    “It is so tasty and one could not resist having a hand on it whenever they spot it, whether on pushcarts or in the shops,” said Arshad Ali, adding the blood orange was available in the local markets at quite a cheaper rate...

  • PBTA licences 34 blood banks in nine years

    LAHORE: The Punjab Blood Transfusion Authority (PBTA) has ‘failed’ to meet its target as only 34 out of the total 450 registered blood banks have been licenced all over the province during the last nine years...

    The Punjab government had established PBTA in 2006 to ensure properly screened and safe blood to the people all over the province by bringing all the public and private sector blood banks (BBs) under regulations...

  • My activism won’t create bad blood: governor

    LAHORE: Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana pledges to become a bridge between people and political leadership and expresses his confidence that unlike his predecessor, Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, his activism will not lead to misunderstandings between him and Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif...

    Talking to the media persons at the Governor House here on Monday, he said that coming from the cadre of workers he had first-hand knowledge of their...
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