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VIDEO: ‘Unhappy’ man speaks to wife after 20 years of ‘awkward silence’

BEIJING: A Chinese man being dubbed ‘stubborn’ by some, spoke to wife after 20 years of epic sulk. The man was reportedly ‘upset’ with his spouse over a domestic issue. Although most couples have experienced a long and awkward period of silence after a row it is unlikely to compare to a husband and wife who have not spoken for two decades - but continue to live with each other. Otou Katayama, from Nara, southern Japan, continues to live with his three children and wife, Yumi, who perseveres in making conversation with…

Aizaz Chaudhry speaks on Pakistan-US relations at Harvard Kennedy School

ISLAMABAD: Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry spoke on Pakistan-US relations at Harvard Kennedy School in Cambridge, US, on Thursday. At an event titled ‘A Conversation on US-Pakistan Relations’ as part of the South Asia Week, Aizaz Chaudhry gave a broad overview of a resurgent Pakistan focusing on the improved security situation and the country’s economic revival. Dean of Pardee School at Boston University Dr Adil Najam was respondent in the conversation moderated by Ms. Cathryn Cluver.…

Sharjeel Khan is innocent, says father

HYDERABAD: Commenting on his son's suspension over corruption investigation, Pakistani cricketer Sharjeel Khan’s father on Saturday claimed that his son is innocent and did not commit any wrong, ARY News reported. Talking to media outside his home in Hyderabad, Sohail Khan maintained that the action taken against his son by the board for meeting a suspicious person without his knowledge. "The code of conduct includes several instructions and he might have violated some minor rule without knowledge," said Khan.…

McAfee makes surprise visit at hackers’ meet

LAS VEGAS: John McAfee, the flamboyant anti-virus software industry pioneer, made a surprise appearance at a computer hackers' conference on Friday evening, where he unveiled a new website to give people a place online to vent their anger.