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  • US army allows Sikh captain to keep his beard

    WASHINGTON: A US Army captain who is Sikh has been granted a rare — albeit temporary — waiver letting him keep his beard and wear a turban while serving, his representatives said on Monday...

    Despite issuing thousands of beard waivers for medical reasons, it is only the fourth time the military has granted such a religious accommodation since the 1980s, according to The Sikh Coalition...

  • Egyptian man grows ‘beard of bees’

    SHEBIN EL KOM (Egypt): Mohamed Hagras stands barechested as dozens of honeybees congregate around his face, eventually forming what he calls the “Beard of Bees”...

    He uses the “Beard of Bees” at contests and exhibitions where like-minded people try to break world records...

  • Pakistan needs latest farm-tech to achieve food security

    He said the fact should be an eye-opener that China produces two times more cotton and wheat per hectare and Egypt produces around three times more rice and sugarcane per hectare as compared to Pakistan...

    “The 21st century belongs to biotechnology and Pakistan has tremendous potential to emerge as biotechnology leader but to achieve the goal private sector, scientists, researchers and government will have to work hand-in-hand,” he...

  • Pakistan in talks with US to procure latest F-16 jets: Air chief

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Monday said Pakistan is in negotiations with the United States to procure the latest F-16 fighter jets, but did not specify an exact number...

    “We are in talks with US defence officials to get some latest F-16s but the deal may take some time,” the Air chief said while talking to reporters after the rolling out ceremony of the 16th JF-17 Thunder aircraft at the Pakistan...

  • Pakistan among latest countries to get Paris Club debt relief

    The Paris Club of creditor nations have agreed to suspend debt service payments from Pakistan, Chad, Ethiopia and the Republic of Congo as part of a G20 debt relief deal, the group said...

    The latest agreements bring to 12 the number of countries to receive debt relief under the deal with a total of $1...

  • Malik returns in style, Younis in record books as Pakistan take charge

    ABU DHABI: Shoaib Malik hit a fighting hundred to cap an impressive return to Test cricket after five years as he led Pakistan’s charge in the first Test against England in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday...

    Malik was unbeaten on 124 for his third Test hundred — his first against England — to guide Pakistan to 286-4 at close on the opening day at Sheikh Zayed Stadium...

  • Pakistan must adopt contemporary style of play in ODIs: Sarfraz

    KARACHI: Sarfraz Ahmed on Wednesday stressed his primary focus as Pakistan’s new One-day International skipper will be to qualify for the 2019 ICC World Cup without having to go through the qualification stage...

    With the top eight teams earning automatic berths at the mega event to be hosted by England, Pakistan are currently languishing in eighth spot with 89 points — only five ahead of ninth-placed West Indies, who they play in a...

  • JuD men’s detention: Fresh plea sought against home dept’s latest order

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Tuesday directed the counsel for Jamatud Dawa’s (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed to file a fresh application against the latest order of the Punjab home department extending detention of his client for another 30 days, starting from Sept 25...

    Earlier, an official of the home department presented the latest detention order of the petitioner before the court during hearing of a plea challenging previous...

  • VPN law latest step in Kremlin online crackdown

    The law is the latest in a raft of restrictions introduced by President Vladimir Putin's government and is expected to affect journalists and opposition activists, even though several VPN providers say they will not comply...

    Western countries do not support this concept and so what we are seeing today is an Asian-style development of the internet,” along the lines of China and Iran, he said...

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