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Real Madrid ‘suffer’ in RB Leipzig draw to reach Champions

Real Madrid scraped through into the Champions League quarter-finals with a 1-1 second-leg draw against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, progressing 2-1 on aggregate. The record 14-time champions were far below their best but did just enough over the two legs of the last-16 clash to edge out their Bundesliga opponents. Despite RB Leipzig shading the […]Read More

Dune: Part Two Surpasses “Oppenheimer” in Box Office Debut, Boosting

In its box office debut, “Dune: Part Two,” featuring Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, and Florence Pugh, made a significant impact, outperforming “Oppenheimer” on the global stage. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, the sequel to the otherworldly epic garnered $97 million from 71 international markets, pushing its global earnings to a promising $178.5 million. In comparison, Christopher Nolan’s […]Read More

US Vice President Harris Urges ‘Immediate’ Ceasefire in Gaza

In a powerful statement, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris called for an immediate six-week ceasefire in Gaza and urged Israel to enhance aid deliveries to address the “humanitarian catastrophe” affecting innocent civilians. Speaking at an event in Selma, Alabama, Harris emphasized the urgent need for a ceasefire in light of the widespread suffering in Gaza. […]Read More

PPP Considers Strategies to Reinstate Yusuf Raza Gilani in Senate

The top leadership of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has decided that its nominee for the position of Senate chairman will be former prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani — who also took oath as a member of the National Assembly after resigning from the Senate on Thursday. However, PPP remains firm on its decision regarding Gilani as […]Read More

Japanese floral art, traditional sweets showcased

The event held via collaboration between the Japanese Embassy, Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association Lahore, and the Lahore Sogetsu Study Group LAHORE: The Embassy of Japan in Pakistan, in collaboration with the Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association (PJCA) Lahore and Lahore Sogetsu Study Group, showcased Wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) and ikebana flower arrangement, two of Japan’s most cherished cultural […]Read More

IMF Suggests Doubling Tax Burden for Salaried and Non-Salaried Classes

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has proposed doubling the tax burden for both salaried and non-salaried classes in Pakistan, aiming to simplify the tax system and increase revenues. According to the IMF’s recommendations, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) should eliminate distinctions between salaried and non-salaried classes, reduce the number of tax slabs, and eliminate […]Read More

Manchester City vs Manchester United: A Clash of Titans in

As the highly anticipated Manchester derby approaches, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola expresses readiness for a fierce battle against rivals Manchester United. Set to take place at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, this clash holds significant importance in the Premier League race. Guardiola acknowledges United’s potential to “close the gap” as they strive to return […]Read More

Embracing Culture and Healing Wounds: The Heartwarming Story of Lomba

In a cozy New Delhi apartment, three resilient Manipuri women are turning adversity into opportunity as they share slices of their culture and life through Lomba Kitchen. Despite facing trauma and displacement due to ethnic violence in Manipur, Bidotama, Mardza, and Akoijam Sunita have found solace and purpose in their shared love for cooking and […]Read More

Rumor: Henry Cavill May Join Marvel’s New MCU Trinity!

As we all know, heartthrob Henry Cavill is rumored to play ‘Captain Britain’, a new character in the Marvel Universe. If this news is true, the actor could join a new superhero trinity. Henry Cavill’s superhero career began on screen as part of DC’s ‘Man of Steel’. However, with the end of the DC Extended […]Read More