Akshaya Lottery AK 168 17th December 2014

Akshaya Lottery AK 168 17th December 2014 Coming Soon In the last centuries BCE the coast became famous among the Greeks and Romans for its spices, especially black pepper. The Cheras had trading links with China, West Asia, Egypt, Greece, and the Roman Empire. In the foreign-trade circles the region was identified by the name

Sultan’s absence raises worries over Oman succession

DUBAI: Looking frail, Oman’s Sultan Qaboos appeared on television last month to reassure his people about his health. But after a long absence abroad for medical treatment, many Omanis are worried that their childless leader has no publicly designated heir. In a turbulent Middle East, Oman remains an island of stability along with Gulf Arab

Motorway M2, M3 closed due to heavy fog

LAHORE – Motorway police have closed Motorway M1 due to heavy fog on Tuesday and have also advised the citizens to use G.T Road as an alternative,  As per details, the visibility at Motorway M1 has dropped to 20 meters whereas visibility range at Motorway M2 has been recorded as 10 to 30 meters from

Pakistan’s indigenous defence production reaches $1.5bn

ISLAMABAD: The country’s indigenous defence production has reached $1.5 billion per annum, according to a report published in the Jane’s Defence Weekly. The journal quoted an unnamed Pakistani official as saying: “We have substituted imported defence equipment worth $1.5bn [per year], which for us is a huge bonus.” The defence industry has often been criticised

‘59 in custody over Kot Radha Kishan lynching’

ISLAMABAD: Punjab police have so far arrested 59 people accused of involvement in the brutal lynching of a Christian couple in Kot Radha Kishan, according to a report submitted by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) tasked to investigate the incident. The report was submitted to the Supreme Court on behalf of Nadeem Abbas, the superinten­dent

Google to create child-friendly versions of Chrome and YouTube

Google is revamping some of its most popular and successful products to be suitable for a younger generation. The company is currently working on adapting products so that they would be more safer and more enjoyable for under 12s. The likes of Chrome and YouTube will be reexamined to see what can be done to

Facebook dumps Microsoft Web search results

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc (FB.O) has stopped including results from Microsoft Corp s (MSFT.O) Bing search engine on its social networking site. The move, confirmed by a company spokesperson, comes as Facebook has revamped its own search offerings, introducing a tool on Monday that allows users to quickly find past comments and other information

Security forces pound hideouts; suspected militant killed

KHYBER AGENCY: Security forces bombed some hideouts in Khyber tribal region on Sunday, killing one suspected terrorist and injuring four. An arms depot apparently owned by militants was destroyed in the operation carried out in the Tirah Valley early in the morning. Read: Nine killed as military operation launched in Khyber According to Pakistan Army,

Aretha serenades Swift as Billboard honors both

NEW YORK (AP) – It ll be hard for Taylor Swift top this as a birthday gift: A birthday serenade from none other than the Queen of Soul. Aretha Franklin arguably had the best performance of the afternoon as the legend gave an impromptu performance of “Happy Birthday” to Taylor Swift, Billboard s new “Woman of the Year,”

WIN WIN Lottery W 287 15 December 2014

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