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  • Star Wars vs Star Trek: why can’t fans just get along?

    To casual moviegoers, there is not much difference between Star Trek, the sci-fi franchise that launched on television in 1966, and Star Wars, which debuted on movie screens in 1977...

    Star Trek fans think ‘Trek’ is better because it portrays a complex, science-based technological future where diverse species unite for the betterment of all...

  • Bright season

    Enter any boutique and you’ll find various bright and dull colours adorning the display shelves...

    Used in combinations of black, maroon, white and beige, orchid is ideal for wearing at work, college, lunches or any activity that is taking place during the daytime...

  • Myanmar braces for Pope Francis visit as Buddhist nationalism burns bright

    A fiery brand of Buddhist nationalism is burning brighter than ever as Myanmar braces for its first ever papal visit, posing a challenge to the message of religious tolerance Pope Francis is expected to preach next week...

    A wing of extremist monks have been stirring Islamaphobia in Myanmar for years, earning a reputation as incubators of “Buddhist terror”
  • Burning bright — Jal the band

    I play a Kashmiri in it with a star cast including Samina Pirzada, Ushna Shah and a very experienced director Adnan Wyne Qureshi...

    ”Jal will also perform in Delhi but prior to that, there are performances lined up in Karachi, Faisalabad, Islamabad and Abbotabad...

  • CPEC ensures bright future of Balochistan, says Mamnoon

    QUETTA: President Mamnoon Hussain has said that the future of Balochistan is very bright as the government has launched several development projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to develop the province and remove the sense of deprivation prevalent among its people...

  • Does a bright future beckon?

    NO matter what news dominates the headlines this year, rest assured 2018 will be all about the scheduled general elections which will, hopefully, further cement representative rule in the country...

    One hopes that yet another transition where the baton passes from one elected government to another will lead to more self-assured governance where matters of import to the masses dominate the agenda rather than the echoes of dark and...
  • LPG emerges as a bright spot

    SINGAPORE: Liquefied Petroleum Gas, long a niche product used by the poor to cook and the rich to barbecue, has become a rare bright spot amid a broad commodities rout, riding on the wave of strong economic growth in India and parts of Southeast Asia...

  • Bright Gymkhana win cricket festival

    KARACHI: Bright Gymkhan beat KGA Gymkhana by 28 runs in the final to win the Jashn-e-Azadi Cricket Festival at the KGA Gymkhana ground here on Tuesday...

    Shoaib Ibrahim and Afzal Qureshi bowled well for Bright Gym and captured four and three wickets respectively...

  • Scans show prospects bright for finding hidden chambers in Tutankhamun’s tomb

    CAIRO: Radar scans of the tomb of pharaoh Tutankhamun in the ancient necropolis of Luxor showed a “90 per cent” chance of two hidden chambers, possibly containing organic material, Egypt’s antiquities minister said on Thursday...

    Experts had scanned the tomb to find what a British archaeologist believes could be the resting place of Queen Nefertiti, the legendary beauty and wife of Tutankhamun’s father whose mummy has never been found
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