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    Pakistan Idol Ep 14 Full Thread

  • Pak-Afghan relations: Hanging by a thread

    Many of us had high hopes of a paradigm shift in Afghan-Pakistan relations when President Ashraf Ghani soon after taking office, in a break with the past, visited GHQ on his maiden visit to Pakistan...

    His gesture conveyed two clear messages; firstly, that he understood the Pakistan military’s paramountcy in the oversight of its country’s foreign policy with Afghanistan, and secondly, he depended on the Pakistan military to deliver...

  • Shock UK election leaves PM May hanging by a thread as voters deny Tory majority

    Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting to hold on to her job on Friday as British voters dealt her a punishing blow, denying her the stronger mandate she had sought to conduct Brexit talks and instead weakening her party's grip on power...

    With no clear winner emerging from Thursday's parliamentary election, a wounded May signalled she would fight on, despite being on course to lose her majority in the House of Commons
  • Tracing the global market thread that could be unraveled by Brexit

    The invisible thread that links assets as diverse as gold, bank stocks, the Japanese yen and government bonds would be yanked sharply by Brexit, an event the Bank of England said on Thursday risks "adverse spill overs to the global economy"...

    With global interest rates and bond yields the lowest on record, central banks running low on crisis-fighting tools and the post 2008 economic recovery flagging, that thread could quickly...

  • Russia's Rio status hangs by thread as IOC considers ban

    MONTREAL: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is holding emergency talks Tuesday to decide Russia's status for the Rio Olympics after an investigation found rampant state-run doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games and other events...

    The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) called for all Russian competitors and officials to be banned from next month's Games and other events after the report unveiled what IOC president Thomas Bach called...
  • Little Afghan Messi fan not giving up on meeting idol

    KABUL: The five-year-old Afghan boy who won the Internet's heart when he was pictured wearing a plastic bag as an improvised Lionel Messi jersey is still eager to meet the Argentine football superstar, he told AFP Friday...

    Murtaza Ahmadi travelled with his family to Kabul this week to receive two jerseys autographed by Messi and presented to the young fan by UNICEF
  • Bethlehem fetes Palestinian Arab Idol singing hero

    BETHLEHEM: Hundreds of Palestinians celebrated in Bethlehem after a young singer from the occupied West Bank city became the second Palestinian to win the Arab Idol television song contest...

    He became the second Palestinian to win the contest after Mohammed Assaf, who was raised in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, won Arab Idol against all odds aged 23 in 2013...

  • Thread of the unstitched cloth

    “That sounds like my verse you are reciting, sir,” he suddenly interrupted the young poet who was in full cry...

    Do not disturb the arrangement of resplendent particles that make up the delicate thread of life)...

  • 'Idol' singers — Japan's obsession with minor girls

    She is a so-called “idol” singer, common in Japan, where rights groups have complained that society's sometimes permissive view of the sexualisation of young girls puts minors at risk...

    Idol Tama Himeno, who has performed on stage since the age of 16, says the men attending her shows worship the performers and crave communication with young girls that they cannot get elsewhere...

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