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  • Giving the capital its ‘just desserts’

    ISLAMABAD: It is hard to think of a country with a bigger sweet tooth than Pakistan...

    The country’s capital, though, is not known for its culinary credentials and so one might be forgiven for thinking that there isn’t much to write home about when it comes to desserts that indulge our inner child...

  • Just desserts

    However, making desserts that are almost guaranteed to hit the spot need not involve too much work...

    These no-bake recipes are quick, easy to follow, and most important of all for this time of the year, they will not heat up the kitchen...

  • Work inspired by impressions of locations showcased

    The contributing artists, Mamoona Riaz and Farrukh Adnan, shared artwork that was mutually inspired by impressions of spaces and locations...

    “This exhibition presents multi-layered, exquisitely crafted pieces inspired by fragments, memories and impressions of locations that have impacted these two artists...

  • Hostage locations difficult to track and may be getting harder

    WASHINGTON: The US drone strike that accidentally killed two hostages in Pakistan exposes intelligence shortfalls that former and current US officials say appear to be growing more frequent as militants expand their safe havens and as Washington gathers less on-the-ground human intelligence...

    But as unrest spreads, militants are acquiring more safe havens, from Pakistan and Afghanistan to Syria, Libya, Yemen and Iraq, complicating...

  • Lists of LG constituencies being displayed at 231 locations

    KARACHI: The process of delimitation of constituencies of union committees, union councils and wards for holding the upcoming local government elections has been completed and currently the lists of proposed constituencies in the 29 districts of Sindh are on display at 231 designated centres and locations, it emerged on Monday...

    Sources close to the Election Commission of Pakistan told Dawn that all efforts were aimed at compliance...

  • DG ISPR issues open challenge to Indian army to share locations of targeted 'terror camps'

    The Pakistan Army's media wing on Monday issued an open challenge to the Indian army to share locations of the alleged terror camps the latter had claimed to have targeted in Azad Jammu and Kashmir...

    The challenge came in response to a tweet by Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal, who noted that the Indian high commission in Pakistan has not yet responded to an offer made by the director general of the Inter-Services...

  • India has the most people without clean water, report says

    NEW DELHI: India has the world's highest number of people without access to clean water ? imposing a major financial burden for some of the country's poorest people, according to a report released Tuesday...

    That accounts for more than a tenth of the 650m people worldwide without clean water access ? more than any single country in Africa or China, where 63m have no access...

  • Most flooding-hit people moved to safety, claims CM aide

    HYDERABAD: Sindh chief minister’s special assistant for relief and rehabilitation Ali Hassan Hingorjo on Friday claimed that 80 per cent people hit or threatened by flooding in the katcha areas of various districts, including Ghotki and Kandhkot- Kashmore, had been shifted to safe places...

    Also in view of flood threat amid peak flow in the Indus at Guddu and Sukkur barrages, the displaced people were being provided with relief goods...

  • Malala on Times’ 100 most influential people’s list

    NEW YORK: Pakistan’ nobel laureate, education activist, Malala Yousafzai once again made it to the list of the Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people...

    Also read: Malala Yousafzai — future prime minister of Pakistan?The Time Magazine said the list also includes Hollywood celebrities “some names you’d expect, it also features some that may surprise you: Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Bradley Cooper among them”...

  • People face most harassment on Facebook, says DRF report

    The complaints were made in the form of calls, emails and Facebook messages, most of which referred to harassment on Facebook...

    The cyber harassment helpline is the first of its kind in Pakistan providing those facing online harassment “free, safe and confidential” environment to talk and register complaints...

  • Most oral diseases preventable; need to educate people stressed

    He was addressing at the concluding ceremony of the second annual international conference of the Pakistan Association for Dental Research (PADR) here at the University of Health Sciences (UHS) on Sunday...

    Prof Nizamuddin said that most of the oral diseases were preventable, but it was important to educate people regarding oral health...

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