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  • Apple opens map development office in India's Hyderabad

    NEW DELHI: Apple said Thursday it will open a development office in Hyderabad, as its chief executive Tim Cook continued his India charm offensive with an investment boon to one of the country's top technology hubs...

    Local government ministers in Telangana state, of which Hyderabad is the capital, expressed their delight on Twitter at the new centre, a partnership with local software firm RMSI...

  • Google expanding self-driving vehicle testing to Phoenix

    Phoenix (Arizona, USA): Alphabet Inc is expanding its testing of self-driving cars to the Phoenix, Arizona metro area, the company said on Thursday, making it the fourth US city to serve as a proving ground for the autonomous vehicles...

    “The Phoenix area has distinct desert conditions, which will help us better understand how our sensors and cars handle extreme temperatures and dust in the air...

  • Protests turn unruly after Trump's Phoenix speech

    A day of noisy but largely peaceful protests against United States President Donald Trump's speech in Phoenix turned unruly as police fired pepper spray at crowds after a protester apparently lobbed rocks and bottles at officers...

    Officers responded with pepper spray to break up the crowd after people tossed rocks and bottles and dispersed gas, Phoenix police spokesman Jonathan Howard said...

  • Mohammad Amir: Pakistan's raging phoenix

    The ball that left Mohammad Amir's hand on July 15, 2016 had poetic justice etched all over it...

    It was released with the aggression he was once formidably famous for, only this time it was woven deeper into the threads of the seam like a cry for redemption
  • Fowler, Lowry, Matsuyama share Phoenix Open lead

    LOS ANGELES: World number four Rickie Fowler bounced back from his missed cut at Torrey Pines, firing a six-under 65 on Thursday to share the Phoenix Open first-round lead with Hideki Matsuyama and Shane Lowry...

    Matsuyama has a solid history in Phoenix, where he has tied for second and tied for fourth in two prior appearances...

  • Phoenix rising

    Recently, I was reading an article about ‘Phoenix rising from the ashes’ and immediately Pakistan cricket came to mind...

    As we all know the phoenix is a mythical bird with flaming and fiery plumage...

  • Unlikely phoenix

    IF there is any country in the world that is entitled to adopt the phoenix as its national symbol, it is Afghanistan...

    And yet, it is from the ashes of this apocalyptic devastation that an unlikely phoenix has emerged — a team of Afghan cricketers...

  • Wrong map: PU teacher suspended

    LAHORE: Punjab University’s Institute of Education and Research (IER) Assistant Professor Dr Abida Nasreen has been suspended from service for three months for publication of wrong map of Pakistan on a flex...

    PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran on Monday took notice of the publication of wrong map of Pakistan on a flex in which Azad Kashmir was not shown part of the country...

  • Myanmar's startups map past, shape future with virtual reality

    “In Myanmar, we can't afford much to bring students to the real world experience,” beamed Hla Hla Win, a teacher and tech entrepreneur taking virtual reality into the classroom...

    Tech startups are emerging around the commercial capital Yangon, many seeking to improve the lives of rural people, most of whom still live without paved roads or electricity...

  • Road map to bring electric vehicles to local roads

    KARACHI: The Ministry of Science and Technology has taken the initiative for “engineering foresight” to gear up auto assemblers and parts makers for new challenges, especially electric vehicles (EVs)...

    Various countries including the United States and India have already unveiled their plans for introducing EVs
  • India takes Al Jazeera off air in Kashmir map row

    “The ban has been imposed for five days and it was done on instructions of an inter-ministerial committee, who took cognisance of an incorrect map of India in which the channel showed parts of Kashmir in Pakistan and China,” the official told AFP on condition of anonymity...

    The Indian government in 2011 ordered The Economist magazine to cover up a map of disputed borders in Kashmir...

  • More than lines on a map

    Isn’t it time for GHQ to pause and ask itself how it can tell one group apart from the other when each is committed to the enforcement of the narrowest, most obscurantist, and often divisive view of religion?If the CPEC is going to be more than mere red, blue or whatever coloured lines on a map, the fight against terror will have to be fought in tandem on many fronts by all state institutions and every citizen...

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