Sunday , 24 September 2017

iPhone lockscreen hack can put your messages, photos at risk

It is often argued that iPhones are lot more secure than their Android counterparts, but to everyone’s shock Apple’s smartphones might not be as secure as everyone think. A new video uploaded by the popular tech YouTuber iDeviceHelp shows how potential hackers can access a passcode protected iPhone by exploiting …

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Microsoft jumps on Black Friday bandwagon with discounts on Surface, Xbox

Black Friday is just around the corner and Microsoft has also jumped on the bandwagon offering huge discounts on some of its products. The tech giant recently unveiled Black Friday sales on its online store that include price cuts on hardware from the Surface Book to Xbox lineup. The holiday …

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Imran plays truant in lower house

ISLAMABAD: What would you do if one of your employees only showed up for work only for two days every month – but you pay him/her for 30 days? That is what PTI supremo Imran Khan has been doing – attending the National Assembly barely for the last almost three-and-a-half …

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Govt to step up diplomatic drive on Kashmir issue

ISLAMABAD: As India continues to ramp up tensions with Pakistan, the federal government is set to implement key decisions taken last month at top legislative and executive forums to keep the Kashmir issue in the international spotlight. In October, an all parties conference (APC), a joint session of parliament and …

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Ceasefire violations: Pakistan seeks UN probe into children’s killings

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has requested the United Nations to investigate the killing of four children by Indian firing in Khoi Ratta Sector along the Line of Control (LoC). Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said the dossier about the incident has been handed over to the UN observers. He said the observers …

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Pakistan, Russia, China seek to crack Afghan conundrum

ISLAMABAD: In international diplomacy, there are no permanent friends or foes. This oft-repeated cliché perfectly illustrates the current transformation of Pakistan-Russia relationship. When Afghanistan was in turmoil in the 1980s, Moscow and Islamabad were in opposite camps. But their Cold War rivalry has taken a dramatic turn. And the two …

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LoC firing aimed at undermining CPEC

LAHORE: Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Masood Khan on Saturday said India is creating disturbances along the Line of Control only to undermine the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. “The firing on the LoC is a well thought out plan,” the president said. Three FC personnel, traffic warden shot dead in Quetta …

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Pakistan shoots down Indian drone near LoC

Pakistan Army shot down a drone camera Saturday evening as it intruded some 60 metres into Pakistani side of the Line of Control (LoC). Indian Quad Copter shot down by own Aagahi Post in Rakhchakri Sec.Had intruded 60 Ms in Pak side of LOC,fell near own Agahi Post&taken over — …

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Nearly 250,000 Pakistani migrants deported in 3 years

ISLAMABAD: Nearly 250,000 Pakistanis have been deported, mostly from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the past three years, the Federal Investigation Agency statistics revealed on Saturday. According to the Labour Migration from Pakistan: 2015 Status Report’ through Deportation Statistics, a total of 242,817 irregular Pakistani migrants have …

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National debt, liabilities cross Rs2.2 trillion

Pakistan’s overall debt and liabilities have soared to an all-time high and have crossed Rs2.2 trillion an increase of Rs0.8tr since the PML N government came to power, said the recently released National Data Summary released by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). The SBP summary shows that on September …

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