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  • Underworld Wide Web: Moscow to launch free WiFi in cemeteries

    MOSCOW: Residents in Moscow already enjoy free wireless Internet in cafes and on the metro system but now authorities in the city have also decided to bring WiFi to a more unusual setting — some of its most storied cemeteries...

    The free services are set to start working next year for visitors of the Vagankovo, Troyekurovo and Novodevichy cemeteries, where the likes of author Anton Chekov, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev and the first...

  • Spider-man — adventures of the web-slinger

    His story has been filmed on countless occasions, while comics and cartoons featuring Spider-Man have fascinated children and grownups alike; but do you know the real Spider-Man? Do you know why he became righteous and champions for justice? Simon Hugo’s Spider-Man – Adventures of the Web-Slinger brings to you the past, present and even the future of our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man...

    Know your friendly neighbourhood...

  • REVIEW: Sociological web: The Upstairs Wife by Rafia Zakaria

    The Upstairs Wife: An Intimate History of Pakistan is recounted by Amina’s niece, whose blood relative, her uncle Sohail, makes a pleasant and conventional marriage in the early ‘70s with a woman whom he finds attractive, and with whom he may have been compatible...

    Readers will find it difficult to judge Sohail, not least because Zakaria does an admirably thorough job of detailing Pakistan’s religious and sociological stances towards...

  • US, European police shut down ‘dark web’ markets

    WASHINGTON: US and European police on Thursday announced the shutdown of two huge “dark web” marketplaces that allowed the anonymous online trade of drugs, hacking software and guns...

    We will find you, dismantle your organisation and network, and we will prosecute you,” Sessions said in a warning to dark web entrepreneurs...

  • Bangladesh stars’ secret marriage sparks web sensation

    DHAKA: One of Bangladesh’s biggest film stars caused an internet sensation on Tuesday when she revealed she had wed her on-screen lover, but kept the marriage secret for nine years to protect his career...

    Apu Biswas told a Bangladesh TV station she had a seven-month-old child with Shakib Khan, whom she had married in secret in 2008, and was only going public now because of his neglect
  • Office of Christian web TV gutted in mysterious fire

    KARACHI: The office of a web television channel representing the Christian community was destroyed in a mysterious fire in Karachi, officials said on Wednesday...

    O) Sarwar Commando, the blaze erupted in the two-room office of ‘Gawahi’ (web TV) in Akhter Colony area of the city on Monday night...

  • Web of deceit

    Italian novelist and philosopher Umberto Eco’s latest novel Numero Zero is a mystery novel about media politics, conspiracies, and murder...

    When you think of an Umberto Eco, you think of conspiracy theorists engaged in extended conversations with some philosophy and meta-fiction thrown in
  • Gmail to roll out new security measures for web, mobile users

    A post on Google's official blog said that if web or Android cellphone users receive a message that can't be authenticated with either Sender Policy Framework or DKIM, a question mark will be shown in place of the senders profile photo, corporate logo or avatar...

    Web users who receive messages with links to dangerous websites known for phishing, malware and unwanted software will be given warnings when they click on the links...

  • Khattak launches web TV

    PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak launched the web television of the province here on Tuesday...

    The web TV would broadcast programmes on news, current affairs, culture, tourism, entertainment and interviews of public figures...

  • The spider’s web: Child trafficking in Karachi

    Had their saviours been two hours late, the girls would have been lost in the web of child trafficking...

    ”Indeed, this conversation was only sparked after I made good on the offer of a free meal for the two, sitting out in the open, and across a table...

  • Islamic State weaves web of support in Gulf Arab states

    Officials worry this could be a model for future bombings in the energy-rich Gulf states: A bomber drawn from Saudi Arabia's large pool of radicalised Islamists who flies or drives into a neighbouring state ? Gulf Arabs enjoy visa free travel between their countries ? and works with a local cell...

  • Cybercrime bill finally empowers PTA to censor the web

    ISLAMABAD: The government’s new cybercrime bill may finally give the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) power to manage, block or remove content on the Internet, an oversight the authority has worked around for nearly a decade...

    But the Pakistan Telecommunication (Reorganisation) Act 1996 – under which the PTA was formed and from which it derives its authority – does not expressly empower the authority to regulate, manage or...

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