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TRUMP SAYS US will no longer tolerate trade abuses

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VIETNAM: President Donald Trump has said the US will no longer tolerate “chronic trade abuses”, in a defiant address at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) summit in Vietnam. He said the US was prepared to work with Apec countries as long as they “abide by fair reciprocal trade”. America will no longer “be taken advantage […]

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TRUMP’S VISIT TO CHINA FRUIT FUL:DEALS WORTH $9BLN b/w US,CHINA

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MOSCOW : US and Chinese companies have signed 19 deals worth $9 billion at a ceremony in Beijing attended by US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang during US President Donald Trump’s visit to China, the KSDK NBC-affiliated broadcaster reported. The details of the deals have not been released yet, however, media reports suggested that Trump is going […]

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MIDPOINT REVIEW ASIA-PACIFIC DECADE DISABILITIES MEETING:CHIN HOST

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ISLAMABAD: The High-level Intergovernmental Meeting on the Midpoint Review of the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities (2013-2022) will be held from 27 November to 1 December in Beijing, with countries set to agree on the future policy direction for building disability-inclusive societies in the region. Asia and the Pacific is home to […]

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NINE YEAR OF CROSS-LOC TRADE:TRADERS DEMAND HASSLE FREE TRADE

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ISLAMABAD: Amidst a lot of jubilation and zeal, the 9th year of Cross-LoC trade between two parts of divided Jammu & Kashmir was commemorated by the business community and traders of Azad Jammu and Kashmir along with media the civil society representatives. A seminar titled ‘Nine year of Cross-LoC trade: Challenges and Opportunities’ was jointly […]

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US,CHINA AGREE OVER TRADE FRICTION

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By Xu Man: Given that Beijing and Washington have agreed that steel overcapacity is a global problem which requires a global solution, China’s efforts to cut steel overcapacity, a requirement of its domestic supply-side reform that could also reduce trade frictions, should be appreciated by the United States and the European Union. In April, US […]

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REPUBLICAN TAX BILL MAY HIT GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS

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NEW YORK:The Republican tax bill unveiled last week in the U.S. Congress could disrupt the global supply chains of large, multinational companies by slapping a 20-percent tax on cross-border transactions they routinely make between related business units. European multinationals, some of which currently pay little U.S. tax on U.S. profits thanks to tax treaties and […]

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AUTOMAKER TO DEFEND EV TAX CREDIT

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WASHINGTON : Automakers are scrambling to defend the electric vehicle tax credit after House Republicans last week proposed eliminating it to help pay for their broader package of tax cuts. Lobbyists here quickly huddled to figure out how to save the tax credit, which the industry views as critical to promoting commercial adoption of electric […]

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MCDONALD V/S BITCOIN :IT FAILS AS PAYMENT SYSTEM

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NEW YORK:The bitcoin cryptocurrency was designed to be better than traditional payment systems. However, it has become a hyper-inflated asset, failing to serve as a faster and more sophisticated payment system, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The largest cryptocurrency, priced at more than $7,000, has now a market capitalization of $121 […]

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    No formal Trump-Putin meeting on Asia :WHITE HOUSE

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    DANANG: President Donald Trump will not have a formal sit-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin while the two attend a summit, the White House said Friday shortly before Trump landed in Vietnam, the fourth stop on his first official visit to Asia. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force Once, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee […]

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    TRUMP SAYS US will no longer tolerate trade abuses

    By   2 weeks ago

    VIETNAM: President Donald Trump has said the US will no longer tolerate “chronic trade abuses”, in a defiant address at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) summit in Vietnam. He said the US was prepared to work with Apec countries as long as they “abide by fair reciprocal trade”. America will no longer “be taken advantage […]

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    India wants conducive environment for talks with Pakistan

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    NEW DELHI: New Delhi has sought a conducive environment and an atmosphere, free of terror, for resuming talks with Islamabad, according to the Press Trust of India. India made it clear that for talks with Pakistan to go ahead, there has to be a conducive environment and atmosphere free of terror and free of terrorists […]

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    SAUDI GOVERNMENT SET TO GET BACK STOLEN MONEY:ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

    By   2 weeks ago

    After dozens were arrested over corruption allegations in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, authorities are now expected to decide on measures against those arrested and on the fate of their frozen assets. If corruption allegations are confirmed, those measures will be decided by the Saudi prosecutor general. “If it is established that land or property was […]

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    TRUMP’S VISIT TO CHINA FRUIT FUL:DEALS WORTH $9BLN b/w US,CHINA

    By   2 weeks ago

    MOSCOW : US and Chinese companies have signed 19 deals worth $9 billion at a ceremony in Beijing attended by US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang during US President Donald Trump’s visit to China, the KSDK NBC-affiliated broadcaster reported. The details of the deals have not been released yet, however, media reports suggested that Trump is going […]

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    CREATION OF NEW PERMANENT SEATS IN UN: PAKISTAN REJECTS

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    NEW YORK:  At the United Nations, Pakistan has voiced its firm opposition to the creation of new permanent seats in any reformed Security Council. Speaking in a debate in the General Assembly on Security Council reform, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Dr Maleeha Lodhi reiterated Pakistan’s position on representation to the Council. She said that […]

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    Indian troops launch massive operation in Shopian district

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    SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops have launched a massive cordon and search operation in over a dozen villages of Shopian district, causing huge inconvenience to the people. The troops cordoned off Kadgam, Barbugh, Chiterwich, Imamsahib, Hillow, Manihal, Amurbugh, Badimarg, Yamrach, Munad Gofan, Woyen, DK Pora and villages early this morning. The troops have sealed […]

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    TRUMP ‘S SILK ROAD

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    TOKYO:President Trump continued his tough line on both North Korea and trade Monday, standing alongside Japanese Prime Minster and promising to work in solidarity with Japan to confront “the North Korean menace.” At an afternoon news conference with Abe here, Trump declared, “the era of strategic patience is over,” and promised to counter “the dangerous […]

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      Forex – Dollar Little Changed at 1-Week Lows Vs. Rivals

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      NEW YORK;The dollar was little changed at one-week lows against other major currencies on Friday, as concerns over the fate of a highly-anticipated U.S. tax reform bill weighed on the greenback. The dollar came under pressure following news that the U.S. Senate Republicans’ bill tax overhaul would delay implementation until 2019. Like their House counterparts’ […]

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      TRUMP SAYS US will no longer tolerate trade abuses

      By   2 weeks ago

      VIETNAM: President Donald Trump has said the US will no longer tolerate “chronic trade abuses”, in a defiant address at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) summit in Vietnam. He said the US was prepared to work with Apec countries as long as they “abide by fair reciprocal trade”. America will no longer “be taken advantage […]

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      NBS:CONSUMER INFLATION RATES ROSE BY 1.9%

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      BEIJING:China’s consumer inflation rate rose by 1.9 percent in October from a year earlier, beating market expectations, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Thursday. It was higher than the rate in September, when CPI rose by 1.6 percent. In the first 10 months, CPI growth stood at 1.5 percent compared with a year […]

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      NINE YEAR OF CROSS-LOC TRADE:TRADERS DEMAND HASSLE FREE TRADE

      By   2 weeks ago

      ISLAMABAD: Amidst a lot of jubilation and zeal, the 9th year of Cross-LoC trade between two parts of divided Jammu & Kashmir was commemorated by the business community and traders of Azad Jammu and Kashmir along with media the civil society representatives. A seminar titled ‘Nine year of Cross-LoC trade: Challenges and Opportunities’ was jointly […]

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      CHINA’S FINANCIAL SECTOR SEES MORE REFORMS-ZHOU

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      BEIJING:Deepened reform and opening-up are the key measures to proactively control systematic risks in China’s financial sector, promoted by overall coordination between regulatory institutions, central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said at the weekend. The general situation in China’s financial sector is sound, but “it is and will be in a period with high and easy-to-break-out […]

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      REPUBLICAN TAX BILL MAY HIT GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS

      By   2 weeks ago

      NEW YORK:The Republican tax bill unveiled last week in the U.S. Congress could disrupt the global supply chains of large, multinational companies by slapping a 20-percent tax on cross-border transactions they routinely make between related business units. European multinationals, some of which currently pay little U.S. tax on U.S. profits thanks to tax treaties and […]

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      AUTOMAKER TO DEFEND EV TAX CREDIT

      By   2 weeks ago

      WASHINGTON : Automakers are scrambling to defend the electric vehicle tax credit after House Republicans last week proposed eliminating it to help pay for their broader package of tax cuts. Lobbyists here quickly huddled to figure out how to save the tax credit, which the industry views as critical to promoting commercial adoption of electric […]

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      VENEZUELANS DEBT RECONSTUCTION

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      CARACAS: Venezuelans heaving under an unprecedented economic meltdown know little about the finer points of foreign debt negotiations, but long for anything that would put more food on their plate and slow the world’s highest inflation. Few on the streets of capital Caracas really understood unpopular leftist President Nicolas Maduro’s announcement this week that he […]

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        SC forms 3-member bench to hear NAB appeal to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills case

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        ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Saqib Nisar on Friday  formed a three-member bench to hear National Accountability Bureau (NAB) appeal to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills case against disqualified Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif, his brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Shehbaz’s son and Member of National Assembly Hamza Shehbaz and other family […]

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        No formal Trump-Putin meeting on Asia :WHITE HOUSE

        By   2 weeks ago

        DANANG: President Donald Trump will not have a formal sit-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin while the two attend a summit, the White House said Friday shortly before Trump landed in Vietnam, the fourth stop on his first official visit to Asia. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force Once, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee […]

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        India wants conducive environment for talks with Pakistan

        By   2 weeks ago

        NEW DELHI: New Delhi has sought a conducive environment and an atmosphere, free of terror, for resuming talks with Islamabad, according to the Press Trust of India. India made it clear that for talks with Pakistan to go ahead, there has to be a conducive environment and atmosphere free of terror and free of terrorists […]

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        NAWAZ SHARIF WILL FLEE THE COUNTRY AFTER DESTROYING THE INSTITUTIONS

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        KARACHI: Former President and Co-Chairman of PPP Asif Ali Zardari has said that former Prime Minister Nawaz is putting the security of the country at stake for his personal and family gains. Asif Ali Zardari said that Nawaz Sharif  is playing a dangerous game of conflict with institutions adding he wants to weaken the institutions. […]

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        SAUDI GOVERNMENT SET TO GET BACK STOLEN MONEY:ANTI CORRUPTION CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

        By   2 weeks ago

        After dozens were arrested over corruption allegations in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, authorities are now expected to decide on measures against those arrested and on the fate of their frozen assets. If corruption allegations are confirmed, those measures will be decided by the Saudi prosecutor general. “If it is established that land or property was […]

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        QUETTA EXPLOSION:AIG HAMID SHAKEEL AMONG 3 MARTYRED

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        QUETTA: Three policemen including SSP Hamid Shakil have been martyred in an explosion in the provincial capital, police said Thursday. SSP Operation Nasebullah confirmed that Hamid Shakil, SSP Motor Transport, and two officers were martyred in a blast on the Airport Road. The blast apparently targeting the police SSP also damaged four vehicles. According to […]

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        CREATION OF NEW PERMANENT SEATS IN UN: PAKISTAN REJECTS

        By   2 weeks ago

        NEW YORK:  At the United Nations, Pakistan has voiced its firm opposition to the creation of new permanent seats in any reformed Security Council. Speaking in a debate in the General Assembly on Security Council reform, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Dr Maleeha Lodhi reiterated Pakistan’s position on representation to the Council. She said that […]

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        Indian troops launch massive operation in Shopian district

        By   2 weeks ago

        SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops have launched a massive cordon and search operation in over a dozen villages of Shopian district, causing huge inconvenience to the people. The troops cordoned off Kadgam, Barbugh, Chiterwich, Imamsahib, Hillow, Manihal, Amurbugh, Badimarg, Yamrach, Munad Gofan, Woyen, DK Pora and villages early this morning. The troops have sealed […]

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          China’s BeiDou Navigation Satellite System Expands Into a Global Network

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          BEIJING:China launched the first two of the BeiDou-3 satellites into space on Sunday evening, indicating that its BeiDou Navigation Satellite System has begun to expand into a global network, Cyol.com reported. Positioning accuracy of the BeiDou-3 satellites have an accuracy of 2.5 to five meters, which is comparable with that of GPS, said Xie Jun, chief designer of the satellite at China […]

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          MILLIONS OF USER ACCOUNTS ARE FAKE:FACEBOOK

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          NEW YORK:The social network believes that the number of fake accounts on its platform have recently increased, from two to three percent of the total, and that the number of duplicate accounts has increased from a total of six percent to a much higher ten percent, Business Insider reported. This suggests that some 270 million profiles — approaching the entire population of the US — are either […]

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          WHATSAPP BLOCK IN U.S.TRODDEN AFGHANISTAN

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          KABUL: Afghanistan’s telecoms regulator wrote to internet service providers this week ordering them to block the messaging services WhatsApp and Telegram but it was not immediately clear whether they had complied. According to details, Use of social media and mobile instant messaging services has exploded in Afghanistan over recent years. Social media users and civil […]

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          CHINA WILL DOMINATE US IN AI BY 2030:GOOGLE CHAIRMAN

          By   3 weeks ago

          The comments came in response to Beijing outlining their artificial intelligence strategy. In a speech before the Center for New American Security’s Artificial Intelligence and Global Security Summit, Schmidt praised the stratagem. Thus far, most major AI breakthroughs have come from American organizations. IBM’s Deep Blue and Watson computers both demonstrated the power of deep learning systems, automated NASA probes like Spirit […]

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          NEW TIGHTEN RULES FOR CONTENT PROVIDERS

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          By Cao Yin: China’s top internet watchdog released two regulations on Monday tightening the governance of online information providers and assessing new technologies, in a move to ensure that online content is accurate and objective. “While news information enriches cyberspace, some content posted by the staff of news websites without sufficient training are still improper […]

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          CHINESE CROSS-BORDER E-COMMERCE TRANSACTION REACHES $1.01 TRILLION

          By   3 weeks ago

          SHANGHAI:Chinese cross-border e-commerce transaction reached 6.7 trillion yuan ($1.01 trillion) in 2016, up by 31.6 percent, chinanews.com reported Sunday, citing an index released at a forum held in Shanghai. The Chinese Cross-Border E-commerce Index also predicted that by 2018, value of China’s import and export transaction via e-commerce, including retail and business-to-business, might hit 8.8 […]

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          BOE TECH AMOLED DISPLAY PANELS-FIRST CHINA 6-GEN TECHNOLOGY FOR MOBILES

          By   4 weeks ago

          CHENGDU:BOE Technology Group Co Ltd, a supplier of display products and solutions, on Thursday commenced mass production of active-matrix organic light-emitting diode display screens ahead of schedule at its facility in Chengdu, Sichuan province. The Chinese company said that the sixth-generation flexible AMOLED display panels have already been delivered to more than 10 smartphone manufacturers […]

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          CAR-HAILING DIDI CHUXING TO RUSSIA SOON

          By   4 weeks ago

          RIYADH:The Chinese ride-share giant Didi Chuxing is expected to reach the Russian market soon, said Kirill Dmitriev, CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund at the Future Investment Plan Forum held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Dmitriev revealed the Russian-Chinese Investment Fund, a private equity fund formed by the Russian Direct Investment Fund and China Investment […]

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            FCA TO REACH AN AGREEMENT FOR DIESEL FIX

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            WASHINGTON : Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said on Wednesday it hopes to reach an agreement over a fix for vehicles linked to alleged U.S. diesel emissions violations by next spring if not earlier. In May, the Justice Department sued Fiat Chrysler, accusing the company of illegally using software that led to excess emissions in nearly […]

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            AUTOMAKER TO DEFEND EV TAX CREDIT

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            WASHINGTON : Automakers are scrambling to defend the electric vehicle tax credit after House Republicans last week proposed eliminating it to help pay for their broader package of tax cuts. Lobbyists here quickly huddled to figure out how to save the tax credit, which the industry views as critical to promoting commercial adoption of electric […]

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            AMERICA’S SUV THIRST REVEALS LUXURY BRANDS SECRETS

            By   3 weeks ago

            NEW YORK:Luxury automakers benefiting from red-hot demand for lucrative SUVs and crossovers are dealing with a behind-the-scenes headache because of just how swiftly consumer demand has shifted away from their sedans. The glut of vehicles being returned after their leases expire disproportionately affects premium brands such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Lexus and Audi, because they rely […]

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            AUTOMAKERS TO REKINDLE JAPAN’S YOUTH ENTHUSIASM FOR CARS

            By   3 weeks ago

            YOKOHAMA: By day, the Daikoku Parking Area hums with transport trucks en route to and from the Port of Yokohama. On weekend evenings, it transforms into a revved-up runway of tuned-up Japanese cars. The unassuming rest stop is famous among car enthusiasts as a temple of the country’s motor culture, but it also illustrates a […]

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            AFTER 19TH CPC,CHINA’S HEAVIEST CARGO AT200 DRONE MAKES MAIDEN FLIGHT

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            BEIJING: China’s heaviest cargo unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) completed its maiden flight in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province Thursday. The AT200 drone, jointly developed by several research institutes and companies, made a successful 26-minute maiden flight, according the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics. With a maximum take-off weight of around 3.4 tonnes and a payload of 1.5 […]

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            WORLD’S FIRST HYDROGEN HYBRID TRAM PUT INTO OPERATION

            By   4 weeks ago

            TANGSHAN:A hybrid electric tram powered by hydrogen and a super-capacitor started running on Thursday in Tangshan, North China’s Hebei province, marking a big step in the application of green energy in public transport. Researched and manufactured by Chinese, it is the world’s first hybrid electric tram, with hydrogen being the main power source, according to […]

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            TESLA IS GOING WORLDWIDE BUT CUTS PRICES IN CHINA

            By   4 weeks ago

            CALIFORNIA:Tesla is going worldwide, and it’s reportedly headed to the world’s biggest consumer of electric vehicles to build a new factory. The Wall Street Journal reports that the electric car company has reached a deal to build a new facility in China that Tesla would fully own. The move makes perfect sense for Tesla, which confirmed in June […]

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            NEW ENERGY VEHICLES ON RISE :AUTOMAKERS ENGAGES DIRECT STAKES IN JOINT PROJECTS

            By   4 weeks ago

            SHENZHEN:Carmakers in China are scrambling for batteries as it is increasingly evident that electric cars are to continue their rise as the star of the future automotive industry. That development has led carmakers to take out their checkbooks and lay out hard cash to buy stakes in the car battery sector. Dongfeng Motor Corp has […]

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              CHEHLUM KARBALA MARTYRS-OBSERVING TODAY RELIGIOUS SOLEMNITY

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              KARACHI: The Chehlum of Nawasa-e-Rasool Hazrat Imam Hussain (R.A) and his 72 companions observed throughout the country with religious solemnity and respect. Zuljinah, Alam and Tazia processions were taken out and Majalis will be held in all big or small cities and towns to pay homage to the great sacrifice rendered by Hazrat Imam Hussain […]

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              ALLAMA IQBAL ‘S140-BIRTH- ANNIVERSARY OBSERVES TODAY

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              LAHORE: The 140th birth anniversary of philosopher poet and the conceiver of idea of Pakistan Allama Muhammad Iqbal was observed on Thursday with national spirit. Literary, educational, political, social and cultural organizations were arranged special programs across the country to pay homage to the national poet and highlight different aspects of his life and teachings. […]

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              LAHORE QALANDAR HIRES INZAMAM-UL-HAQ AS ADVISOR

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              LAHORE: Chief Selector and former team captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has become part of Lahore Qalandar, a franchise of Pakistan Super League (PSL), as an adviser to mentor the young players. In a press talk, Rana Fawad, chairman of Lahore Qalandars, welcomed Haq, saying the new induction will provide guidance to young players and new talent. Speaking […]

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              PARADISE PAPERS HIT BOLLYWOOD AS WELL

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              NEW DELHI: The wealthiest of the world were found to own offshore companies after the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released a database of around 13.4 million documents revealing over 25,000 companies owned by the rich and influential individuals. Various celebrities have also been named in the papers. According to Indian media, Manyata Dutt, […]

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              MESSI WILL CELEBRATE HIS 600TH START FOR BARCELONA

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              BARCELONA: Lionel Messi will celebrate his 600th start for Barcelona in what his manager Ernesto Valverde hails as “a monstrous” achievement. The five-time Ballon d Or winner becomes only the third player to reach the milestone for the Catalan club after ex-playmaker Xavi Hernandez (767 appearances) and the current captain Andres Iniesta (642). In his […]

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              HAFEEZ’S BOWLING ACTION HAS IMPOROVED,SAYS CROW

              By   3 weeks ago

              LONDON: Carl Crow bowling consultant of Pakistani bowler Mohammad Hafeez – announced that the spinner’s bowling action has improved. According to reports, Hafeez met with Crow.Crow said that Hafeez has been improving his technique on bowling and expressed his surety that the Pakistani off-spinner will clear the bowling action test. It should be noted that […]

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              SALMAN KHAN ‘ISSUES SIDE BY SIDE :HEALTH,TIGER ZINDA HAI SHOOT IN AUSTRIA

              By   3 weeks ago

              MUMBAI:  Salman Khan is currently promoting his upcoming movie Tiger Zinda Hai in which he stars opposite his Partner co-star Katrina Kaif. The two had geared up for an exciting sequel of their 2012 movie Ek Tha Tiger. According to details, during the shoot of Tiger Zinda Hai in Austria, the 52-year-old reportedly suffered health […]

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              BJP IDEOLOGY FAILS ON INDIAN SCREEN:PEOPLE CANNOT BE FORCED FOR PATRIOTISM ,SAYS VIDYA BALAN

              By   3 weeks ago

              MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Vidya Balan has said that one cannot force any person to follow patriotism. According to details, Responding to whether or not the national anthems should be played in the theatres before the movies, Balan said that she personally don’t think that it must be compulsory to play anthem before the movie. ‘We […]

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