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More people involved in graft to be brought to book: Fawad

ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Friday said more such people would be rounded up who have been involved in financial embezzlement, ARY News reported. "The government is completely disinterested in this case. It has nothing to do with arrest of Shehbaz Sharif. All these cases were registered before the incumbent government's coming into power," he said while talking to media in Islamabad about arrest of the former chief minister Punjab and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president.  The…

Dogs obey women more, says study

Dogs are believed to be one of the loyal pets and mostly harmless if you nurture them – but a new study reveals that the animal also has tendencies and affection towards a specific gender when it comes to caring. There's a symbiotic relationship of communication you both will have built up over the years. But a study, published in 2017, suggests that women are more likely to understand what man's best friend wants. The study, published in the journal Royal Society of Open Science, found that people can pick up on…

More research needed to prevent elder abuse

NEW YORK: Maltreatment and abuse have important effects on the health, quality of life and even the lifespan of elderly people, but there is very little evidence on ways to stop it, according to a new research review.

Men more narcissistic than women: study

WASHINGTON: Men tend to be more narcissistic than women and as a result are more likely to exploit others, a US study said Thursday after analyzing three decades of data from more than 475,000 people.

More than 50 million displaced worldwide, UN says

GENEVA:  More than 50 million people were forcibly uprooted worldwide at the end of last year, the highest level since after World War Two, as people fled crises from Syria to South Sudan, the U.N. refugee agency said on Friday. Half are children, many of them caught up in conflicts or persecution that world powers have been unable to prevent or end, UNHCR said in its annual Global Trends report. "We are really facing a quantum leap, an enormous increase of forced displacement in our world," U.N. High Commissioner for…

No more IDPs to be tolerated in Sindh, says Qaim

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah has categorically stated that no more internally displaced persons (IDPs) will be tolerated in Sindh, ARY News reported Friday. Speaking to an inauguration ceremony of an exhibition in Karachi, the CM Sindh said the provincial government had enhanced security along Sindh borders. He claimed that terrorism cases surged following the policies of former dictator Pervez Musharraf. He said corp commander Karachi assured of providing army in Sindh, whenever needed. The chief minister…