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  • Wikileaks claims CIA used smartphones and smart TVs for spying

    A number of documents published by Wikileaks on Tuesday detailing America's cyberespionage toolkit contain numerous exploits used by the Central Intelligence Agency for Samsung smart TVs, iOS and Android devices it has emerged...

    According to The Verge, one of the published exploits ? codenamed 'Weeping Angel' ? is used for Samsung smart TVs and "operates as a bug, recording conversations in the room and sending them over the Internet...

  • Farmers want heavy duty on milk powder import

    LAHORE: The Kissan Ittehad Pakistan on Tuesday demanded that the government impose heavy duty on import of milk powder and whey powder as unchecked import is badly hurting the dairy farmers...

    He says Pakistan has the lowest import duty on milk powder and whey powder in the region which is just 20 per cent for Saarc countries and 25pc for rest of the world...

  • A fleet for your heavy-duty needs

    Fleet is an Airbnb-style marketplace for heavy machinery equipment...

    “After trying that out for a while, I realised it wasn’t too scalable because of the heavy security deposits involved in the industry...

  • Heavy rainfall forecast for northern Pakistan

    KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Sunday predicted heavy rains in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northeast Punjab and Azad Jammu and Kashmir during the coming week...

    Heavy rains forecast within the next 24 hours in Malakand, Makran, Kalat, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir are to be accompanied by powerful gusts of wind, DawnNews quoted the PMD...

  • Heavy losses will be inflicted on India if war imposed on Pakistan: Asif

    SIALKOT: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Sunday said if India tried to impose war on Pakistan, heavy losses will be inflicted on India, “which she will remember for decades,” reported Radio Pakistan...

    The defence minister said India’s “real face had been exposed as it was supporting terrorism in Pakistan and creating tension on borders through unprovoked firing along the working boundary and the Line of Control...

  • UK reiterates duty-free access for Pakistan after Brexit

    ISLAMABAD: The United Kingdom reiterated its commitment on Monday to retain duty-free access for Pakistan on the pattern of European Generalised System of Preferences Plus (GSP+) scheme after Brexit early next year...

    The repeat assurance, first given in July, came from United Kingdom Minister of State for Trade Policy Greg Hands in a meeting with Pakistan’s Commerce Minister Pervaiz Malik, the UK High Commission said in a press...

  • Interview: Aging but fighting fit Riffatullah yearns for Pakistan T20 duty

    KARACHI: For a player who has been part of a world record partnership in first-class cricket, opening batsman Riffatullah Mohmand dreams of earning Pakistan colours after coming close to an international debut for Afghanistan six years ago...

    Having just embarked upon his 20th season on the domestic circuit this week when he represented Wapda against Karachi Whites in the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy National Cricket Championship match in...

  • Some Pakistan ‘A’ players will be ready for national duty soon: Basit

    KARACHI: Basit Ali, the head coach of the England-bound Pakistan ‘A’ team, has pledged to produce at least half a dozen players who could be playing for the senior national side in the next six months...

    Speaking exclusively to Dawn from Lahore before leaving for Manchester via Dubai with the squad in the early hours of Thursday by an Emirates flight, the former Pakistan batsman hoped the upcoming fixtures against Sri Lanka ‘A’ and...

  • Naran Valley paralysed by heavy snowfall

    MANSEHRA/PESHAWAR: A spell of heavy snowfall paralysed Naran Valley, one of the popular tourist spots in the country, on Sunday...

    Heavy rain and snowfall also lashed other regions of Mansehra district and upper parts of Hazara division...

  • Light and heavy things in Zeeshan Sahil’s Karachi

    ’Released in the summer of 2013, Light and Heavy Things marked an important moment for all English speaking poetry enthusiasts, namely the first moment that the late Zeeshan Sahil’s free-verse poetry (or rather, a minute sample of it) became readily accessible outside of the pages of an anthology...

    It is an image rife with juxtaposition and conflict, an idea of a homeland and a soul that are both an amalgamation of the irreconcilable...

  • Remittances: heavy reliance on GCC nations is imprudent

    The recent involvement of Pakistan in Qatar’s rift with the rest of the GCC nations has backfired politically...

    “We, therefore, cannot and should not count on the GCC region for continued growth in our remittances if fresh export of the workforce is not according to their specific requirement and if Pakistan does not remain as much a favourite as it should be in the changing regional political environment,” says a senior central...

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