December 5, 2023
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Week in Pictures - 14 October - 20 October
Inflation has caused the prices of life’s essentials to rise across the country. However, following a decrease in the value of the dollar, inflation has finally started to go down.
It has been revealed that a widespread social media campaign against Palestine is being conducted through a large number of social media accounts from India, disseminating content based on falsehoods over the internet.
Multan: In a historic move, Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Multan Sultans has appointed its first female bowling coach.
In an age of screens and sedentary activities, it’s more important than ever to encourage kids to stay active. Healthy exercise habits can set the stage for a lifetime of well-being
Dhaka: Bangladesh has declared a national day of mourning for the Palestinian martyrs in Gaza.
Week in Pictures - 7 October - 13 October
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon is gearing up to enter the satellite internet race with Project Kuiper.
11 Tips to Prevent Heart Disease and Promote Health. Heart disease is a major health concern worldwide, but the good news is that it’s often preventable with the right lifestyle choices
Occupied Jerusalem: The Palestinian resistance organization, Hamas, has rejected propaganda related to the killing of children spread by Western media.
International Cultural Day was celebrated at the Jamia Binoria. More than 5,000 students from 76 countries participated in showcasing their rich cultures.
Washington: American President Joe Biden has announced full support for Israel, stating that America will ensure the protection of the Jews and Israel.
Week in Pictures - 28 September - 6 October
A NASA astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts have safely returned to Earth after spending just over a year in space. This mission, initially planned for 180 days, turned into a remarkable 371-day journey.
In Egypt, a 20-year-old woman gave birth to a baby girl on a high-speed train and named her Shamsa. Both the mother and the baby are in good health.
Dhaka: In Bangladesh, the toll of dengue fever deaths has exceeded 1,000 this year, marking it as the deadliest year in the nation’s history for mosquito-borne diseases.
In a report by Arab News, it has been revealed that gaming is playing a pivotal role in helping Saudi Arabia’s Generation Z secure their first jobs.
Chicago: A 104-year-old woman has set a world record in skydiving by taking a jump from a plane that was 10,000 feet off the ground, becoming the oldest woman to engage in skydiving globally.