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Pakistan sends out strong message with Lahore match decision

Pakistan sends out strong message with Lahore match decision

Pakistan has sent out a strong statement of intent and defiance, and rightly so, by announcing that the final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Twenty20 tournament will be played in Lahore as previously planned.

Don’t ignore infant fevers

Don’t ignore infant fevers

Fever in an infant who is less than 3 months old is cause for concern.

Smartphones revolutionising medicine

Smartphones revolutionising medicine

Smartphones are revolutionising the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, thanks to add-ons and apps that make their ubiquitous small screens into medical devices, researchers say.

Pakistan fights back after wave of terrorist attacks

Pakistan fights back after wave of terrorist attacks

The run of attacks betrays a studied attempt to make the country look like a ‘terror fount’ at a time when the global order is undergoing reorientation

Even the deepest ocean trenches not free from pollution

Even the deepest ocean trenches not free from pollution

It seems there is no place on Earth free from pollution. A new study has revealed a very high concentration of chemical pollutants in two of the planet’s deepest oceanic trenches in the Pacific Ocean.

EU sees no Brexit U-turn now

EU sees no Brexit U-turn now

While officially the door remains open to Britain to stay, many on the continent would not welcome a U-turn now

No need for RFID badges for schoolchildren

No need for RFID badges for schoolchildren

I am the parent a student in Doha Modern Indian School (DMIS) and I strongly oppose the management’s forced implementation of RFID badges for students for several reasons,

Weak thigh muscles tied to knee osteoarthritis

Weak thigh muscles tied to knee osteoarthritis

Women with weaker thigh muscles may be more likely to develop knee osteoarthritis, a recent study suggests.

Study links working remotely to more stress

Study links working remotely to more stress

Working outside an office may spare you from commutes and interruptions by colleagues but it also makes you more vulnerable to unpaid overtime, stress and insomnia, the UN has said.

The European unravelling?

The European unravelling?

After years of intensifying fragmentation and tension, the European Union may be on the verge of losing its most precious assets: peace, prosperity, freedom of movement, and values such as tolerance, openness, and unity.

Hong Kong cracks down on money-laundering

Hong Kong cracks down on money-laundering

Hong Kong is beefing up its anti-money laundering and corporate disclosure laws in a move that some financial crime specialists say could lead to the exodus of billions of dollars in assets from the territory as people seek to avoid increased scrutiny.

India blasts off to record-breaking feat in space science

India blasts off to record-breaking feat in space science

In a mission that clearly reinforced India’s reputation as a reliable and cost-effective option for launching satellites, the country’s space agency ISRO launched a record 104 satellites from a single rocket on February 15 and placed the spacecraft in their desired orbits.

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