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PM boosts confidence of people by taking revolutionary steps: info minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry on Sunday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has boosted the confidence of people by taking revolutionary steps.    "Imran Khan is the custodian of public money," he said in an interview with a local TV channel. The minister said that the leadership of the newly elected government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has adopted austerity measures and abolished the discretionary funds. He said that Imran Khan while adopting austerity measures left his…

All steps being taken for peaceful elections: Azam

ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Interior Minister Muhammad Azam Khan on Monday said all steps were being taken for peaceful elections in the country. Chairing a meeting of Frontier Constabulary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Peshawar on Monday, he said FC KP had played a commendable role in restoring peace in the province. On this occasion, Commandant FC KP Liaqat Ali Khan gave a detailed briefing on the performance of his force. Azam Khan also visited martyrs memorial, where he laid floral wreath and offered Fateha.

Data doom: 5 steps from Davos to digital dystopia

Intelligent robots and all-knowing online networks threaten to drag humanity into a "totalitarian" nightmare of mind control, mass unemployment and children hooked on smartphones, experts warned at this week's Davos summit. Online retailers and social networks collect so much data about us that they can watch us, control us and will transform us entirely, said Yuval Noah Harari, the Israeli author of bestselling books about technology and anthropology.  "This will be decided by the people who own the data. They…

Govt taking various steps to eliminate load-shedding by 2018, Senate told

ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Tuesday that the government was taking various steps to eliminate power loadshedding in the country by 2018. Minister for Power Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari informed the House during question hour that due to sincere and hectic efforts of the government the generating capacity of electricity was continuously increasing and duration of load shedding was gradually decreasing in the country. Read More: PM directs to prepare comprehensive plan to meet electricity demand To a query, the…

Federal minister says steps being taken for modernization of railways

ISLAMABAD: Federal Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique on Monday said that the government was taking steps to put Pakistan Railways on modern lines. He was speaking at a signing ceremony in connection with online train tickets in Lahore on Monday. Saad Rafique said Pakistan railways freight sector had earned billions of rupees because of the reforms introduced by the government. Pakistan railways made unprecedented progress during the last four years because of strenuous efforts of its employees, he said. The…

Recipe: Here is how you can make Gulab Jamuns with milk powder

Sweets elate your mood and hence are complementary for every occasion of jubilance as they pass on pleasant effects on your body. Gulab Jamun, a pure desi delight, holds a special status in desi events, without it an event seems dull. From Eid festivities to marriage ceremonies and other celebrations, this sweet is offered as a custom. One cannot hold himself from eating fresh Gulab Jamuns. This recipe of 'Gulab Jamuns made by milk powder' was revealed by Afzal Nizami in ARY Zauq's program Kuch Meetha Kuch Namkeen.…

Cop tries to recreate famous scene from Rocky, fails miserably

A police officer who tried to recreate one of the most iconic film scenes of all time, but falls flat on his face has been caught on video. The cop, from Birmingham, could not resist the chance to follow in the footsteps of Rocky Balboa, albeit with very different consequences. The officer is seen running up the stairs of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, one of the most famous scenes from the Oscar-winning movie starring Sylvester Stallone. The Original Scene from the Movie However, the policeman, who…

Keshi steps down as Nigeria coach: FIFA

SALVADOR, Brazil: Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has stepped down from his post after the country's elimination from the World Cup, FIFA said on Tuesday. The Nigerian Football Federation have yet to confirm his resignation, however, and Keshi was evasive in answering a question on his future after Monday's 2-0 loss to France in their last-16 round encounter in Brasilia. FIFA.com quoted a tweet from Keshi, although earlier in the tournament Nigerian officials claimed the manager had no social media presence. "Friends, it has…