Monday , 25 September 2017

Zuckerberg among Facebook users mistakenly declared ‘dead’

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook accidentally declared its founder Mark Zuckerberg and many other users dead on Friday, acknowledging after fixing the problem that it had committed a “terrible error.” “For a brief period today, a message meant for memorialized profiles was mistakenly posted to other accounts,” a Facebook spokesperson told AFP. …

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Alibaba breaks records, sells $17.7 billion on Singles Day

As the clock struck midnight, Alibaba announced its final total for 2016’s Singles Day sales frenzy: $17.7 billion. Alibaba has beaten its own sales totals each year since the sales began, and this year was no different. It passed last year’s $14.3 billion high-water mark early in the evening, a …

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It wasn’t a security leak, the story was made up: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that the controversial story published by daily Dawn last month about a high-level national security meeting was not a ‘leak’ but a concocted report. Reported on October 6 by Cyril Almeida, the story claimed on the authority of unnamed sources that …

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Afghan Taliban not ready for talks, Pakistan told

ISLAMABAD: Afghan Taliban negotiators have told Pakistan they are not ready to hold peace talks with President Ashraf Ghani’s government for now, sources in the insurgent group told The Express Tribune on Friday. Three senior members of the Qatar-based Taliban political office arrived in Pakistan in late October after reports …

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Panamagate case: Ruling party seeks refuge from SC heat in populist projects

ISLAMABAD: In a bid to counter any ‘unfavourable’ situation arising from the Panamagate case being heard in the Supreme Court, the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is fast-tracking a two-year development plan it launched in July this year. According to sources, the federal government has prioritised all projects which fall under …

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Maryam Nawaz still PM’s dependent, says PTI

ISLAMABAD: Leaders of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) pledged on Friday that they would submit more evidence in the Supreme Court, proving that Maryam Nawaz was still a dependent of her father in financial matters in the period during which their London properties were purchased. Addressing a joint press conference at Bani …

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The Facts That Matter Most This Veterans Day

Since the end of World War I, Americans have celebrated those who served our country. Each Veterans Day there are countless parades, events, speeches and even store discounts for those who have served their country. Yet, our deepest gratitude and unparalleled respect for the men and women who keep us …

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Bhojpuri New Married Couple

Bhojpuri New Married Couple Not very far in the past Paris used to be the focal point of mold and displaying of the world. Be that as it may, now London has had this spot and all the form appears and different celebrations are going on in London.This is simply …

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Salman Khan And Llolia Winter

Salman Khan And Llolia Winter Not very far in the past Paris used to be the focal point of mold and displaying of the world. Be that as it may, now London has had this spot and all the form appears and different celebrations are going on in London.This is …

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Million dollar London based Model in troubled

Million dollar London based Model in troubled Not very far in the past Paris used to be the focal point of mold and displaying of the world. Be that as it may, now London has had this spot and all the form appears and different celebrations are going on in …

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