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  • Eye to eye, to another eye

    He bamboozled the music world with his language and hairdo-defying music video Eye to Eye not too long ago...

    Mind you, it has been reported that a movie is being made in Hollywood with the title Eye to Eye...

  • Spy versus spy

    How else to explain the money and weapons so easily available to outfits like the Baloch Liberation Army? While this is not to detract from the sense of grievance that is fuelling the uprising, the fact is that India is using it as payback for Pakistan’s past meddling in Kashmir via groups of jihadis armed and supported by us...

    Another intriguing element is the timing of Jadhav’s capture as the announcement came just a day or so...

  • The madness of spy vs spy

    FOR the generations that came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, the satirical Mad magazine was the best guide to seeing the world as it really was...

    The absurd theatre of the Cold War was played out in ‘Spy vs Spy’, a wordless but maniacally funny comic strip that featured two agents who were constantly warring with each other, using a variety of stratagems and booby traps to destroy the other...

  • Ranveer Singh takes on Tahir Shah's 'Eye to Eye'

    However, who would have thought that he'd try to lip-sync the infamous Taher Shah ditty, 'Eye to Eye'?Also read: Interview: All eyes on Taher ShahHe dedicates the performance to Hrithik Roshan, who had sent the song to Ranveer as part of greetings for his birthday on July 8...

  • Model Town’s dark chapter: PAT seeks ‘an eye for an eye’

    LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek Chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri says Nawaz Sharif and his dynastic politics will be exterminated from the country and the Sharif family will not be able to take refuge anywhere except India...

    Dr Qadri was making a telephonic address (from Model Town) at PAT’s ‘Qisas march and sit-in’ at Charing Cross on The Mall, which was joined in by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid workers in...

  • Eye for an eye for Iranian who blinded toddler

    It was the second time this year that Iran had carried out the strict eye-for-eye punishment that can be imposed for such crimes in the Islamic republic, the head of criminal affairs for the Tehran prosecutor’s office, Mohammad Shahriari, said...

  • Law experts don’t see eye to eye on PTI’s backtracking

    LAHORE: The PTI’s “change of heart” on caretaker set-ups both in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has created quite a stir in legal circles who say the party cannot morally, if not legally, withdraw a name it agreed upon after proper consultation process...

    The PTI, which is ruling KP, had earlier backed out of the nomination of Manzoor Afridi as KP caretaker chief minister and on Wednesday it took a similar U-turn in Punjab where it...
  • Law experts don’t see eye to eye on PTI’s backtracking

    LAHORE: The PTI’s “change of heart” on caretaker set-ups both in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has created quite a stir in legal circles who say the party cannot morally, if not legally, withdraw a name it agreed upon after proper consultation process...

    The PTI, which is ruling KP, had earlier backed out of the nomination of Manzoor Afridi as KP caretaker chief minister and on Wednesday it took a similar U-turn in Punjab where it...
  • Pashto fiction magazine launched to encourage women writers

    PESHAWAR: Rehmat Dewan, a young writer, has launched a fiction magazine to encourage woman writers to contribute their fiction pieces...

    He said that his quarterly Pashto fiction magazine ‘Tasweer’ would also publish translated version of short stories from different other languages to enrich Pashto literature...

  • Austrian magazine printed with HIV blood

    VIENNA: An Austrian men’s magazine has printed its latest edition using blood from people who are HIV-positive in order to counter the “stigma” often attached to the virus that causes AIDS, its chief editor said on Tuesday...

    HIV and HIV-positive people,” Julian Wiehl, founder and editor-in-chief of Vangardist magazine, said...

  • Jihadi glamour: TTP launches women’s magazine

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Taliban on Tuesday released the first edition of a magazine for women, apparently aiming to convince its target readership to join the militant group and take up jihad...

    The first edition of Sunnat-i-Khaula — which translates as ‘The Way of Khaula’, referring to an early female follower of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) — published by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) features a picture of a woman veiled from...

  • 'MeToo' movement named Time magazine's Person of the Year

    Time magazine said on Wednesday that “The Silence Breakers” who revealed the pervasiveness of sexual harassment and assault across various industries that triggered a national reckoning in the United States were its Person of the Year...

    ”The hashtag was tweeted nearly a million times in 48 hours...

  • IS magazine claims June attacks in Paris, Brussels

    In a new edition of its multilingual magazine Rumiyah, released on the group’s propaganda channels, IS said it was behind the two previously unclaimed operations which did not kill anyone...

    Rumiyah magazine identified both perpetrators as “soldiers of the caliphate” as part of a list of attacks carried out during the Ramazan...

  • Obama to guest-edit issue of Wired magazine

    WASHINGTON: Is President Barack Obama already thinking about his next job? In the coming months, he will guest-edit an issue of tech-focused Wired magazine...

    It is the first time a sitting president has guest-edited a magazine, the publication said Tuesday, announcing that Obama's November issue would be centered around the theme of frontiers...

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