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    Voice Listening Device In Pakistan Lahore

  • Who is listening?

    THE degenerate politics of Pakistan on public display every day is sucking the life-blood of the country...

    No enemy could be so hostile! Is it too late to save Pakistan? It is never too late for decent Pakistanis to change from being passive spectators and actively organise to save their country from hovering vultures...

  • A teacher’s tale...is anyone listening?

    SIALKOT: The plight of the teachers and the taught at the rural area schools exposes the official claims about education reforms and facilities...

    Gulshan Salomi is one such teacher who had recently been appointed in grade 9 at Bajwat’s Govt Girls Primary School, a good 75 kilometres away from her Rasulpur Bhalliyaan village
  • Ex-minister gets protective bail after being booked for listening to Altaf’s speech

    KARACHI: Former provincial minister and leader of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement Rauf Siddiqui was on Thursday granted protective bail by the Sindh High Court in a case registered against him under antiterrorism laws for listening to Altaf Hussain’s speech criticising the military establishment...

    Over 103 cases have so far been registered across the country against Mr Hussain under Sections 6 and 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997 and...

  • Obama tells Americans to start listening to Muslims

    WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has urged anti-Islam demonstrators in the United States to “stop yelling and start listening”, telling them that they would find Muslims peaceful and welcoming if they reached out to them...

    “That’s what can happen when we stop yelling and start listening...

  • Mashhadi wasn’t listening to MQM chief’s speech on July 12, court told

    KARACHI: An antiterrorism court was informed on Friday that Muttahida Qaumi Movement Senator Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi was left out for lack of evidence in a case of listening to his party chief’s speech criticising the military establishment...

    The prosecution said that the MQM chief in his July 12 speech had allegedly accused the Rangers chief and his subordinates of violating the army code of conduct during the Karachi operation...

  • Apple apologises for listening to Siri talk, sets new rules

    Under the changes, Apple will allow its employees to review conversations only from customers who opt into the “Siri grading” programme to improve the voice recognition technology...

    If customers opt in, only Apple employees will be allowed to listen to audio samples of Siri interactions and they will “work to delete any recording which is determined to be an inadvertent trigger” of the voice-commanded digital assistant, according to...

  • Listening to the young

    The young men had travelled here from Lahore to tell their side of the story of how their participation in the student march led to an FIR being registered against them all while one of their own had been whisked away and arrested...

    Parliament is full of those who represent the citizens of Pakistan...

  • Crisis-hit Samsung pulls plug on troubled device

    SEOUL: Samsung on Tuesday pulled the final plug on its troubled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, permanently discontinuing production of the flagship device that has been mired in a disastrous recall over exploding batteries...

    Samsung also advised all customers with an original or replacement Galaxy Note 7 to “power down and stop using the device” immediately — a warning echoed by the head of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission,...

  • Explosive device recovered from car

    PESHAWAR: The local police here on Saturday claimed to have recovered an explosive device from a motorcar and arrested three suspected terrorists, believed to be involved in several acts of terrorism...

    The law enforcers said that they recovered from the trunk of the vehicle an explosive device, fitted in the spare wheel...

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