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  • Facebook 'Moments' app expands shareablity, support for Hi-res pictures

    CALIFORNIA: Facebook has upgraded its private-photo sharing mobile app 'Moments' which now allows users to share a URL link of their private albums with anyone online ? even those who are not connected with the uploader on the social media site, Tech Crunch reports...

    Previously 'Moments' only allowed users to share photos and albums with their friends on Facebook...

  • Funny or not? Salman Khan jokes about jail time

    Is he covering up his embarrassment or is he genuinely remorseless? Either way, Salman Khan hasn't lost many fans, if scenes from the Arab Indo Bollywood Awards in Dubai are to be believed...

    Also read: Salman Khan gets brief respite as court suspends his sentenceKhan, who requires permission from a Mumbai court to leave India, also danced to the songs 'Mashallah' (Ek Tha Tiger) and 'Fevicol Se' (Dabangg 2), and gave a little...

  • Story Time: The oddly funny taxi ride

    The car was decorated with things like pictures, puny ornaments and all the bits and pieces the old man had found through his travels...

    It only needs ten more minutes and it’ll start working,” he replied, his voice thick from the paan in his mouth...

  • NON-FICTION: TRYING TO BE FUNNY

    After her jump from newfound fame to overexposure, she published The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo, a collection of candid essays about everything from her family to her relationships...

    ” Instead, she describes it as a set of stories from her life as a “daughter, sister, friend, comedian, actor, girlfriend, one-night stand, employee, employer, lover, fighter, hater, pasta eater, and wine drinker...

  • A not-so-funny comedy of errors at KLF's Urdu Digests session

    Signs were ominous from the outset...

    After a verbal spat — light-hearted though it was — with the guest, the moderator turned to Noorul Huda Shah, another known name in the world of television drama in today’s Pakistan, who started out with this gem: “I don’t know what to say…in fact, I have not even read digests except for one or two...

  • The funny story of three misfits’ journey

    Bad footwork causes Kita to slip and mess up the entire production for which he is derided, ridiculed and ostracised from society...

    And so the three — Okino, Yaji and Kita — escape the brothel thugs and set out in search for home, from Edo to Kyoto...

  • Proof that Germans can be funny!

    The film from 2013 drew a crowd of foreigners and Pakistanis alike...

    Kai Müller-Berner from the German embassy welcomed guests, saying, “Germans are not known for their sense of humour and my colleagues say it is either because we have none, or our humour does not translate well...

  • In pictures: 70 years on, you show us how diverse Pakistan still is

    As Pakistan turns 70 years old, we asked you to share with us pictures capturing our country's beautifully diverse culture through heartwarming photographs of traditions, attire and places of significance...

    Here are some of the best shots you shared with us on Instagram using the #DiversePakistan hashtag:Also read: Here is why Pakistan is more diverse than you thoughtView all submissions here...

  • In pictures: Mohammad Amir trains with the Pakistan squad

    As the Pakistan Super League (PSL) drafting process came to an end on Tuesday, the Pakistan cricket team continued their training camp at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore for the upcoming away series against New ZealandMohammad Amir, who has been out from the national side after the spot-fixing row in 2010 was called up to attend the camp after recent performances in domestic first class cricket and the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL)... ...

  • Pictures of US President Barack Obama's mother's stay in Pakistan

    GUJRANWALA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his meeting with US President Barack Obama on Thursday will present commemorative photos of Obama's mother's stay in Pakistan during the 1980s...

    Official sources said Barack Obama's mother worked for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) during the 1980s and came to Pakistan to work on a project – she stayed at a five-star hotel in Lahore and frequently travelled to Gujranwala...

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