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  • University of Central Punjab win

    LAHORE: University of Central Punjab beat Superior University at the Ali Garh Cricket Ground, Lahore in a nail-biting match that witnessed both teams playing with passion to win a chance to represent their city in the next stage of Red Bull Campus Cricket...

    University of Central Punjab won the toss and decided to field first...

  • University of Central Punjab, Jinnah College in Campus Cricket final

    KARACHI: Defending champions University of Central Punjab produced a power-packed performance in the semifinal to send University of Peshawar packing from the Red Bull Campus Cricket 2017 while Jinnah Degree College from Karachi recorded a resounding victory over Emerson College in the tournament’s second semi-final to set up a grand final, to be played at the DHA Sports Club (Moin Khan Academy) on Saturday...

  • Pakistan’s University of Central Punjab qualifies for Campus Cricket World Finals

    KARACHI: University of Central Punjab, after being crowned as the Red Bull Campus Cricket National Champions 2016, is now all set for the fifth edition of the World Finals that will take place in Sri Lanka from Sept 5-11, 2016...

    College teams from eight countries including Sri Lanka, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Pakistan, South Africa and United Arab Emirates have qualified through their own national competitions with...

  • University of Central Asia opens its doors in Kyrgyz city Naryn

    KARACHI: The Uni-versity of Central Asia (UCA) has officially opened its first campus in Naryn in the Kyrgyz Republic, said a statement issued by the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) on Thursday...

    The secular, internationally chartered, not-for- profit university is a partnership between the governments of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan and AKDN,” the statement added...

  • PM to lay foundation of Hyderabad University next month, says governor

    KARACHI: Sindh Governor Muham­mad Zubair has announced that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will lay the foundation stone of the federal government-funded University of Hyder­abad next month and the funding for the Karachi Development Package, com­­mitted by the PM, would start within the next 10 days...

    The governor was speaking at a programme held at the Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) here on Friday to distribute 172...

  • Saudi Arabia bans selfies, photos and videos at Islam's holiest sites

    The Saudi Arabian government has banned pilgrims from taking photos and videos using any devices for any purpose at Makkah's Grand Mosque and Masjid-i-Nabvi (Peace be upon him) in Madinah...

    "In the case of any violation of the ban, security guards have been instructed to confiscate the photos and the camera if needed," the Saudi government statement said, adding that the change should be disseminated to every Haj and Umrah tour...

  • Sharing objectionable photos: Court rejects pre-arrest bail of female model

    PESHAWAR: The Federal Investigation Agency arrested a female model after a local court rejected her pre-arrest bail on Monday in a case of sharing objectionable pictures of another female on social media and through cellular phone...

    The suspect, Ms Neelum Ismail alias Baibu, who is also presenter with a local Pashto television channel, was charged under the Electronic Transaction Ordinance, 2002
  • Upload photos

    After successfully logging into your iCloud account, click on “Photos” as highlighted by the arrow below:When you click on ‘Photos’, your library will open in front of you...

    Click on ‘Upload” in the right hand corner of the ‘Photos’ window as indicated by the arrow in the screenshot below:After clicking on ‘Upload’, you will be given a choice to select the folder or individual photographs for uploading as shown below...

  • German far right angry at soccer team’s photos on candy bars

    Photos of Germany’s national soccer team on a popular chocolate bar have prompted online outrage among Germany’s far right because they include childhood pictures of some players of migrant origin...

    Chocolatier Ferrero swapped the usual blond boy on its ‘Kinder’ bars ahead of this summer’s European Championships for photos of the German soccer players as children...

  • Hide your photos

    In the modern day era of technology, our iPhones and iPads serve as companions of the digital memories they house in the form of photos and videos we take with them...

    In case someone wants to view your photo library on your iOS device, and you want to hide some photos that you deem are sensitive, voila you are in luck! The simple steps as how to hide the photos are highlighted below:Open the stock photos app on your iPhone:Click on...

  • Playboy to stop publishing nude photos

    WASHINGTON: Playboy will stop publishing the photographs of the fully nude women so closely associated with it, declaring such pictures have become “passe” in the Internet age where free pornography is readily available...

    The decision came after a top editor of the adult magazine met its founder Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion last month, according to chief executive Scott Flanders
  • Edit photos

    The popularity of smartphone cameras can be gauged from the fact that the most uploaded photographs on the photo sharing platform, Flickr, come from the iPhone! In order to edit our photos, there are editing apps available for both iOS and Android to get the job done, which are listed below:Snapseed (iOS & Android)While other apps in this list will be paid ones, Snapseed for iOS and Android is completely free and a very popular app to edit...

  • To publish or not to publish? Media divided over photos of attackers

    The rethink was set off by the leading daily Le Monde, whose managing editor Jerome Fenoglio told AFP that after the Nice attack — in which 84 people died — “we were very uncomfortable” that photos showing attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel flexing his muscles might contribute to his “posthumous glorification”...

    ”Professor Michael Jetter, whose research at the University of Western Australia suggests that blanket media coverage can...

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