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  • Data breach as Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt, IHG hit by malware

    NEW YORK: A data breach at 20 United States hotels operated by HEI Hotels & Resorts for Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt and Intercontinental may have divulged payment card data from tens of thousands of food, drink and other transactions, HEI said on Sunday...

    The malware affected 12 Starwood hotels, six Marriott International Inc properties, one Hyatt hotel and one InterContinental Hotels Group PLC hotel...

  • Marriott says up to 500m guests may have fallen victim to hacking

    WASHINGTON: As many as 500 million guests at Marriott International hotels might have been victims of a hack that in most cases pilfered passport numbers or other key identifying data, the company announced on Friday...

    Marriott said it was alerted on September 8 that there had been an attempt to hack their reservation database in the United States...

  • Islamabad, Kabul vow to address challenges plaguing ties

    ISLAMABAD: As bilateral meetings between Pakistan and Afghanistan under the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) resumed on Monday, both sides vowed to make the best of this engagement framework for addressing the challenges that keep plaguing their ties...

    “The two sides reiterated their commitment to optimally utilise APAPPS to deliberate on all key issues, effectively address common challenges, and...

  • Imran to address PTI gathering at Islamabad's Parade Ground tonight

    PTI Chairman Imran Khan is set to address a public gathering of his party at Islamabad's Parade Ground tonight (Saturday) against inflation, political destabilisation, excessive load-shedding and continued hikes in fuel prices...

    He had announced the protest rally last Saturday, saying that the demonstration would be held for Islamabad locals and those from Rawalpindi, while people from other major cities would have their own local...

  • Vehari has got ‘tea house’ of its own

    Built on the pattern of Lahore’s Pak Tea House, the facility promises to afford people an opportunity to pursue literary activities and budding writers and poets in particular will be encouraged to be part of intellectual discussions...

    Deputy Commissioner Ali Akbar Bhatti told Dawn that the Vehari Tea House had been constructed at Vehari Club...

  • Turkey gifts tea-processing plant to Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Turkey’s Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock has sent a latest automatic tea-processing plant to Pakistan as a gift in recognition of the country’s tea-growing efforts...

    Talking to journalists on Friday, National Tea and High Value Crops Research Institute Director Dr Farrukh Siyar Hamid said the plant has arrived in Karachi and currently paperwork is being done for its release...

  • Potential for local tea production

    A research institute of Mansehra district has found that Pakistan has great potential for producing both black and green tea...

    The research was aimed at increasing local tea output so that Pakistan’s dependence on the commodity’s imports could be reduced which stand at around Rs31 billion...

  • FICTION: TEA FOR TWO

    The Tea Girl from Hummingbird Lane takes us into the culturally rich world of the Akha tribe from Nannuo Mountain, where Li-yan lives with her family: her parents, her three brothers and their families...

    Li-yan’s A-ma, the most respected woman in the village because of her midwifery skills, introduces young Li-yan to her trade, and at the same time bequeaths her a secret grove of ancient tea trees dating back hundreds of years; a...

  • ‘Toxic’ tea kills young girl in Jacobabad

    SUKKUR: A three-year-old girl died and her parents as well as some other relatives fell ill after consuming toxic tea in Ghulam Mohammed Jakhrani village of Jacobabad district on Saturday...

    Area police said some poisonous material mistakenly mixed with the tea while it was being made in the home of Umed Ali...

  • PFA chief says tea whiteners to be labelled 'This is not milk'

    Tea whitener brands will soon start implementing a Punjab Food Authority (PFA) order to specify on their product packaging that the contents are not milk, the authority's chief said on Friday...

    The PFA had issued a warning to food production units in March to mention ‘This is not milk’ on 15 per cent of the total area of a tea whitener’s packaging by June 1 or face legal action...

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