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  • White House lit in rainbow colors after Supreme Court ruling

    WASHINGTON: The White House is lit up in rainbow colours in commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalise same-sex marriage...

    Gay and lesbian couples in Washington and across the nation are celebrating Friday's ruling, which will put an end to same-sex marriage bans in the 14 states that still maintain them
  • Global survey paints gloomy picture of Pakistan economy

    LAHORE: Economic conditions remain uncertain in Pakistan despite businesses benefiting from a series of aggressive rate cuts since the late 2014, says the latest Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) 2016...

    “In Pakistan, economic sentiment is being hurt by ongoing security problems, with business confidence in Q1 remaining low compared with most of last year and compared with its sub-continent neighbours,” says the GECS from the...

  • ADB climate change report paints apocalyptic scenario for Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: It is anticipated that Pakistan’s greenhouse emissions will double in two years and surge 14 times by 2050 — much higher than the world average...

    These dire warnings were a part of the Climate Change Profile of Pakistan, prepared by Dr Qamar Uz Zaman Chaudhry, an international climate technology expert and former director general of the Pakistan Meteoro­logical Department...

  • Moscow exhibition paints rosy picture of Soviet leader Brezhnev

    MOSCOW: In the West former Soviet supremo Leonid Brezhnev was reviled as the embodiment of a corrupt totalitarian system who sent troops into Czechoslovakia and Afghanistan and crushed dissent at home...

    But a new exhibition in Moscow largely glosses over the dark side of Brezhnev’s 18-year rule — emphasising instead the stability and global clout many Russians associate with his time in power, as the same spin is being put on the...
  • Tomato battle paints streets of Spanish town red

    BUNOL: Thousands of half-naked revellers pelted each other with tomatoes on Wednesday in the town of Bunol in eastern Spain, bathing the streets with red goo in the 70th annual “Tomatina” battle...

    A string of trucks laden with 150 tonnes of tomatoes rolled through the town’s narrow streets, as teams on board distributed the load to surrounding crowds for people to throw at each other during the hour-long morning festivities
  • Artist paints Peshawar’s Walled City

    LAHORE: An exhibition of watercolour paintings by Ali Sajid, a Peshawar-based artist, is currently under way at Native Art Gallery till Dec 11...

    The exhibition is Sajid’s first solo show in Pakistan however he has been occasionally displaying his works in group shows...

  • Melody Food Park paints a sorry picture

    Once the go-to destination for local foodies, Melody Food Park has lost its charm over the years...

    Set up in 2002 in the G-6 Markaz, the park was a popular spot for years after it was established, with thousands of twin cities’ residents visiting daily
  • Analysis: IMF paints a sombre picture of economy

    The extremely worrying finding of the IMF Staff Report is that even with relatively optimistic projections beyond 2017-18, Pakistan will still find itself in a highly challenging position, with reserves projected at only $10...

    Is the objective to show that even in the, more or less, best case scenario Pakistan’s economy is still likely to be confronted with an anxious future?A new practice has been adopted in the IMF report...

  • Rs5m fine imposed on Reliance Paints

    ISLAMABAD: The Competi­tion Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has imposed a penalty of Rs5 million on Reliance Paints Pakistan for fixing a minimum resale price of its products and making its dealers adhere to a price fixing agreement that is a violation of Section 4 of the Competition Act, 2010...

    The complaint was lodged by Akzo Nobel Pakistan Ltd to CCP alleging that Reliance Paint was fixing the minimum resale price for its products...

  • India's Modi paints image of Hindu ascetic called to power

    And when India retaliated after a suicide bombing in occupied Kashmir with an airstrike of an alleged militant training camp inside Pakistan, Modi took on an even larger persona: He started referring to himself as India’s “chowkidar,” or watchman, adding it as a prefix to his official Twitter account...

  • Trump paints picture of unity at prickly G7 summit

    US President Donald Trump said on Sunday he was getting along well with Western allies at a G7 summit in France, dismissing reports of rifts among leaders and declaring that they "respect" the trade war between Washington and Beijing...

    The G7 gathering is taking place against a backdrop of worries about a global economic downturn and coincides with an era of international disunity across an array of issues
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