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  • Germany to chart first civil defence plan since Cold War

    BERLIN: Germany will introduce its first civil defence strategy since the end of the Cold War, calling on the population to stockpile enough food and water for several days, according to a report on Sunday...

    The plan, which makes civilian backing of troops a priority while boosting the resilience of buildings and increasing capacity in the healthcare system, is due to be adopted by the government on Wedne­sday, according to the...
  • Pakistan drops to 6th position on ICC Test ranking chart

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) Monday placed Pakistan on 6th position in its Test ranking chart, down one step, as New Zealand replaced the country, reported ICC...

    The ranking chart revealed that India is currently placed first with 120 points, Australia is second with 109, South Africa is third with 107 points, England is fourth with 101 points...

  • Used car imports claim bigger chunk in auto sales

    KARACHI: The share of used imported cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) in the auto market was 19 per cent in 2016, up from 14pc in 2013...

    Last year saw the arrival of 46,500 used cars and commercial vehicles while the local industry rolled out 203,500 vehicles
  • Health sector to get major chunk in next ADP: KP CM

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Sunday said a major chunk of the development funds would be allocated to the health sector in the next Annual Development Programme to help it cater to the situation arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic...

  • Comparing chalk and cheese

    But side by side, it was shocking to see a large number of tall buildings mushrooming across the Clifton area where clearly land-use change had been authorised after only who knows what considerations, with no accompanying mandated upgrade of the utilities...

    Wouldn’t one way to civilian supremacy be through enhancing one’s credentials through exceptional governance delivered transparently and cleanly? Of course, the civilians can...

  • Pink cheese, anyone?

    The Great British Cheese company has just released a prosecco and raspberry flavoured Wensleydale...

    And there’s an extra novel element: the cheese is pink...

  • Balinese artisans spread their love of cheese

    BALI: The popularity of cheese in Indonesia makes it only natural for the country to produce its own cheese, because milk as its basic material is sufficiently available...

    Milk-producing cattle are widely raised in the country, and besides animal protein, cheese can also be made from vegetable sources of milk such as soybeans, almond seeds and other nuts...

  • CINEMASCOPE: CHEESE WITH A TWIST

    I was never a fan of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the kid’s live-action superhero TV show that edited action footage from the Japanese show Zyuranger with freshly shot scenes with American actors...

    Perhaps it was a little before my time, or more likely due to dreadful cheesiness
  • Cheese tasting with the Avaris

    Never underestimate the power of cheese...

    In it he politely pointed out that in the said article I had referred to Gouda as a Swiss cheese whereas it actually comes from the Netherlands...

  • Say cheese!

    The orangey-yellow, individually wrapped slices of processed cheese refused to melt when exposed to a flame; instead they mysteriously blackened and shrivelled, as if they were made of plastic, not the calcium-enriched cheddar advertised on the package...

    Ours is not a cheese-focused culture...

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