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  • Extreme weather drives late-night shopping in Rawalpindi, Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Extreme weather in Rawalpindi and Islamabad has changed the shopping pattern this Ramazan, and even the corporate brands are keeping their outlets open late at night ignoring the official timings...

    “We always used to do shopping during the day as it’s easy because of limited traffic and the fact that male members of the family are at work,” said Sadaf Zehra, a resident of Rawalpindi...

  • Backing up photographs and videos on the cloud

    It’s quite baffling that despite the presence of so many cloud storage providers people rarely back-up their photographs...

    Microsoft OneDriveMicrosoft OneDrive offers a compelling alternative to other popular cloud storage providers like Dropbox and Google Drive, with 15GB of free storage available on sign up, and options to earn more free space through actions and referrals...

  • Cloud of Panamagate verdict lingers on PSX

    KARACHI: Stocks closed another session with almost no change in KSE-100 index in lacklustre and range-bound trading on Thursday...

    The market was rife with rumours over the Panama­gate verdict and Interior Minister Ch Nisar Ali Khan’s press conference which was held after trading hours
  • Russell under cloud after missing drug tests

    KINGSTON: West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell could face a suspension under anti-doping rules after missing three drug tests in the past 12 months, reports in Jamaica said on Wednesday...

    Russell, a member of the West Indies squad for next week’s ICC World Twenty20 in India, could be banned for up to two years if found guilty, the Jamaica Gleaner reported
  • Cloud canopy prevents punishing heatwave

    Occasional light rain kept weather pleasant and the maximum temperature to 29 degrees Celsius...

    Bahawalpur airport received 133mm and city 66mm of rain , Murree 55mm, Muzaffarabad 66mm, Garhi Dupatta 32mm, Kakul 30mm, Rawlakot 25mm, Barkhan 22mm, Bannu and Dir 20mm, Rawalpindi and Islamabad 19mm, Dera Ghazi Khan and Dera Ismail Khan 17mm, Dadu and Kalam 13mm and Bahawalnagar 11mm...

  • Holy cows and Hindu crusaders cloud Modi's Indian reform drive

    AGRA: Two miles down the road from the white marble walls of the fabled Taj Mahal, a heavyset man crouches in the dirt of a cow shed and explains how the future of India belongs to him...

    Digvijay Nath Tiwari is commander of a vigilante group that claims 5,000 members in the northern city of Agra, and which cultivates informants, swarms shop owners, ambushes trucks at night and metes out extra-judicial violence, all for one cause:...
  • Cloud looms over textile exports

    WITH the implementation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership — the free-trade agreement between 12 countries straddling the Pacific — still awaiting a nod by the US Congress, most non-TPP textile-producing nations have already started to assess the deal’s potential implications on their exports...

    The 12 economies forming the TPP collectively represent 40pc of the world’s economic output
  • Cloud nine as majestic Bolt bows out

    RIO DE JANEIRO: Usain Bolt put the seal on a glittering Olympic career on Friday with a blistering 4x100m relay victory that clinched sprint’s first ‘triple triple’...

    Victory wasn’t guaranteed when Bolt took the baton for the anchor leg but he powered down the straight to cross in 37
  • Tyre dump fire near Madrid releases toxic cloud

    MADRID: A huge waste ground near Madrid where millions of tyres have been dumped was on fire on Friday, releasing a thick black cloud of toxic fumes that officials worry could harm residents nearby...

    Firefighters and helicopters were working to extinguish the blaze, which produced a “toxic cloud...

  • West Indies under cloud in Zimbabwe tri-series after Bravo axing

    HARARE: The West Indies must cope with the sudden loss of their best batsman when they take on Sri Lanka and hosts Zimbabwe in a triangular One-day International series after Darren Bravo was sent home for remarks made on Twitter...

    Bravo was axed from the West Indian squad on Saturday due to “inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour, which is contrary to his contractual obligations,” the West Indies Cricket Board said
  • Pak-Afghan ties under a cloud yet again

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan-Afghanistan ties on Monday looked to be once again in crisis as an aggressive and angry Afghan President Ashraf Ghani launched a blistering attack against Islamabad accusing it of not doing enough to eliminate Taliban bases from which attacks were being launched on his country...

    Islamabad immediately rejected the allegations saying it has been extending its fullest cooperation to Afghanistan in combating terrorism
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