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  • Movie review: The Lego Ninjago Movie

    Earlier this year, Lego came up with The Lego Batman Movie where a super-cool and super-alone Batman had to save the world from his usual villains...

    Sadly, the same can’t be said of Lego’s next venture The Lego Ninjago Movie, despite the presence of Jackie Chan and others...

  • Movie review: My Little Pony: The Movie

    My Little Pony: The Movie is a cute flick strictly for those kids who are accustomed to the cartoon series because if you don’t know the characters, you will not be able to enjoy the film...

    The plot revolves around Equestrian ponies who are on the verge of celebrating the first Friendship Festival, when suddenly, the storm creatures attack them...

  • Movie: The Lego Batman movie

    In The Lego Batman movie, the world’s greatest detective is pitted against the worst villains on the planet, led by arch rival Joker and has to save Gotham while trying to pass on as Bruce Wayne, train a youngster as his sidekick, deal with Alfred’s snooping and Commissioner Gordon’s retirement...

    Just like The Lego Movie (2014), everything is awesome here, and it also mocks Batman’s previous appearances in films and makes fun of...

  • ‘Mein Kampf’ published for first time since WWII

    MUNICH: An annotated edition of “Mein Kampf”, the first version of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto to be published in Germany since the end of World War II, went on sale on Friday — a volume that many hope will help demystify the book and debunk the Nazi leader’s writing...

    Millions of copies were printed after the Nazis took power in 1933, and it was published after the war in several other countries...

  • Online guide published to encourage sustainable business in Pakistan

    KARACHI: “The reason why Pakistan suffers from rampant child labour is because the definition of a child varies to suit the needs of a few...

    Once it is universalised, then only will we be able to eradicate this social evil,” said Karamat Ali, executive director of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (Piler)...

  • Who needs men? Kamila Shamsie wants only women writers published for a year

    ”Being a small press And Other Stories uses a network of readers to source its publications and is the first publisher to say 'yes' to Shamsie’s challenge...

    And if we don’t do it, what is going to change?”Shamsie stressed in her piece that, “Of course, there will be many details to work out, but the basic premise of my “provocation” is that none of the new titles published in that year should be written by men...

  • Book on journalists drive during Zia regime published

    KARACHI: A book on the 1977-78 journalists movement written by veteran journalist Ahfaz-ur-Rahman has been published and will be launched soon, according to a statement issued on Monday...

    “It unveils the draconian laws against the press during the military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq and resistance against them in three stages by the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) and the All Pakistan Newspapers Employees Confederation...

  • Urdu translation of century-old work published

    KARACHI: A highly critical French work on the history of Urdu has been published for the first time in the Urdu language by the Pakistan Study Centre of Karachi University (KU), it emerged on Monday...

    Titled Tareekh Adabiat-i-Urdu, the book was researched by Orientalist scholar Garcin De Tassy and initially published in the French language in 1870-71 in three editions...

  • Editor who published controversial cartoons steps down

    COPENHAGEN: The Danish editor who commissioned the controversial cartoons that triggered deadly protests a decade ago said on Monday he was leaving the Jyllands-Posten newspaper to focus on his career as an author and political commentator...

    The cartoons were also published in 2006 in French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, where gunmen killed 12 people in January...

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