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  • Venture capital cash surfers may see waves recede in market turmoil

    SAN FRANCISCO: The waves of cash surfed relentlessly by some of Silicon Valley’s largest venture-backed businesses are showing signs of receding amid concern the companies may already be worth more than their likely valuations once they finally go public...

    Investors have created 132 privately held companies valued at $1 billion or more each, according to tracker firm CB Insights, including ride-hailing service Uber, accommodation...
  • At least 34 dead as explosions rock Brussels airport, subway

    BRUSSELS: Explosions, at least one likely caused by a suicide bomber, rocked the Brussels airport and subway system Tuesday, killing at least 34 and prompting a lockdown of the Belgian capital and heightened security across Europe...

    The militant Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Brussels, a news agency affiliated with the group said
  • UK police make ‘significant’ arrest in London subway blast

    LONDON: British police made a “significant” arrest on Saturday in the manhunt for suspects a day after the London subway was hit by a partially-exploded bomb and launched a heavily armed search of a home southwest of London...

    The fast-moving inquiry into the subway blast that wounded 29 people has shifted to Sunbury, on the outskirts of the British capital, where neighbours were evacuated amid the police operation as a precaution
  • Explosion near subway station in Istanbul injures at least five

    ISTANBUL: Five people were injured when a pipe bomb exploded on an overpass near an Istanbul metro station on Tuesday, the district mayor said, halting some train operations and heightening security fears in Europe's biggest city...

    Turkey has been on high alert since more than 100 people were killed by two suicide bombers in the capital Ankara in October, three months after a similar attack at a town near the Syrian border in July left...
  • New Yorkers vent Trump anger on subway Post-it notes

    New York commuters are venting anger and frustration over Donald Trump's shock victory by indulging in collective therapy -- writing messages on Post-it notes and sticking them on a subway wall...

    “Am I the only one who is scared?”; “I need a hug” and “I am angry” number among the thousands of messages written on multi-coloured squares of paper fixed to a tiled wall in a tunnel at Union Square station
  • Music lovers get a taste of Sufi music, wrapped in jazz

    ISLAMABAD: Saturday night at Kuch Khaas had a different feel for the audience who got to hear a unique sound of music - fusion between Sufi folk and jazz...

    Powerful vocals of folk singer Qurban Niazi together with the beats of the tabla and dholak and the rhythm of the electric keyboard and saxophone left the audience upbeat
  • Music Mela — a feast for music lovers

    ISLAMABAD: The manicured green lawns of the National Art Gallery were the venue for the three-day Second Annual Music Mela that started on Friday night...

    The event is being organised by the US embassy in collaboration with the Foundation for Arts, Culture and Education (FACE)
  • Music critics wonder: did television kill the classical music star?

    Kicking off yesterday on a breezy evening, the I Am Karachi Music Festival saw thin attendance at the Music Dialogues...

    These are two-day discussions that deal with copyright and recording issues as well as tracing the relationship between music and society, and are a lead up to I Am Karachi's live musical performances due to be held this weekend
  • Indian music wizard Mehta slams culture of hatred against Pakistan

    NEW DELHI: Music unites Indians and Pakistanis more than most other offshoots of their similar cultures, and so it was in order that world famous conductor Zubin Mehta lent his voice on Sunday against allergens being spawned in India against its smaller neighbour...

    The Mumbai-born composer told NDTV that incidents of ink attacks in his city on events involving visiting Pakistanis are “absolutely terrible” and “shameful”
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