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YouTube readying paid music service: source

YouTube readying paid music service: source

12:37 PM | YouTube readying paid music service: source Google’s video-sharing arm YouTube is preparing to launch a…

When is the iPad launch? Announcement date and time of Apple’s latest gadgets

When is the iPad launch? Announcement date and time of Apple’s latest gadgets

4:52 PM | When is the iPad launch? Announcement date and time of Apple’s latest gadgets brightly coloured,…

Google search reveals widespread gender inequality

Google search reveals widespread gender inequality

4:27 PM | Google search reveals widespread gender inequality Popular search engine Google has revealed that widespread gender…

Apple ‘to make GarageBand free’

Apple ‘to make GarageBand free’

3:59 PM | Apple ‘to make GarageBand free’ GarageBand is rumoured to be the next built-in app to…

Google Blocking Access To ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ In Middle East, India

Google Blocking Access To ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ In Middle East, India

3:49 PM | Google Blocking Access To ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ In Middle East, India Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), the…

Now, even Skype investigated for possible NSA links

Now, even Skype investigated for possible NSA links

11:20 PM | Now, even Skype investigated for possible NSA links Instant messaging service, Skype, which was renowned…

Google to change terms to use your name, photos, reviews in ads; users can opt out

Google to change terms to use your name, photos, reviews in ads; users can opt out

10:51 PM | Google to change terms to use your name, photos, reviews in ads; users can opt…

Entertainment

  • Frenchman deemed too fat to fly gets plane ticket
  • World’s biggest fruitcake brings sweet reward in Nicaragua
  • A diamond that might set the world record, valued at $60 million
  • Alabama man loses battle to keep wife buried in his front yard
  • Boulder kindergartners win contest, their artwork heading to Mars
  • US: Georgia toddler burned in freak accident
  • US: Dog finds human remains, owner buries leg in backyard
  • Alligator found under escalator at Chicago airport
  • Nice day for a height wedding: World’s tallest man finds love with woman 2ft 7in shorter than him
  • US: Boy who killed Nazi dad at age 10 to be sentenced
  • Alligator found window-shopping at a US mall
  • Anomalous aerial phenomena forces Peru to revive its UFO probe dept
  • Argentine scientists tap cow burps for natural gas
  • Dog that crashed half marathon dies a week later

Ten Reasons to Invest in Malaysia

2:48 PM | Ten Reasons to Invest in Malaysia Unlike its neighbor Singapore, the country of Malaysia is often overlooked by investors. The economy of Malaysia is commodity-based with palm oil, crude oil and rubber being the major exports. Among the Asian emerging markets, Malaysia has some unique comparative advantages. Some of the top reasons for investing in…

Ten Reasons to Invest in Malaysia

Pound Strengthens

12:32 PM | Pound Strengthens Pound Strengthens Most in Nine Months as U.K. Avoids Recession. The pound jumped the most in nine months against the dollar this week as a government report showed the U.K. economy avoided a recession last quarter, damping speculation the Bank of England will boost stimulus. Sterling strengthened versus all except one of its 16 major…

Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri’s message on the birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam

12:45 PM |   The 25th of December is the birthday of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founding father of Pakistan and a great statesman of his times. I congratulate the entire Pakistani nation and the members of the Pakistani community living abroad on this festive occasion. The establishment of Pakistan owes its existence to the dedicated and…

Headless Commerce Lets the Product Sell Itself

1:38 AM | Headless Commerce Achieving success with digital e-commerce requires a new way of doing things and new level of commerce functionality. The living nature of digital content — the fact that the product itself and thus the customer can always remain connected to the producer, retailer, publisher or distributor — enables a powerful new paradigm for…

Global warming ‘hiatus’ seen as temporary, leaked IPCC report argues

10:16 AM | Global warming ‘hiatus’ seen as temporary, leaked IPCC report argues A “hiatus” in global warming so far this century is partly caused by natural variations in a chaotic climate and is unlikely to last, a draft United Nations report by leading climate scientists says. The 127-page draft, and a shorter summary for policymakers that is…

Global warming ‘hiatus’ seen as temporary, leaked IPCC report argues

Arts Reports

Limbless French swims 2.5 mile in ocean

10:53 AM | LITTLE DIOMEDE ISLAND: Quadruple amputee Philippe Croizon swam between islands in the icy Bering Strait Friday to cross from America to Asia in the final part of a quest to link all continents.   The Frenchman braved strong currents and…

Tate seeks new sponsor for Turbine Hall commissions

11:34 AM |  Tate seeks new sponsor Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate, has ended its sponsorship of Tate Modern’s…

Chishty may meet Sarabjit in Pakistan

10:04 AM | AJMER: Octogenarian Pakistani prisoner Mohammad Khaleel Chishty, who was on Thursday permitted by the Supreme…

Taxila among endangered historical sites

12:51 PM | NEW YORK: The Global Heritage Fund, which promotes the preservation of historic architectural sites around…

Health & Care

Drug industry wants 18pc price hike

Drug industry wants 18pc price hike

11:03 AM | Drug industry wants 18pc price hike ISLAMABAD, Nov 18: The pharmaceutical industry plans to increase…

Preparing for the worst: City’s hospitals on alert during Muharram

Preparing for the worst: City’s hospitals on alert during Muharram

8:30 PM | Preparing for the worst: City’s hospitals on alert during Muharram Doctors, paramedics and nursing staff…

Polio cases pass 2012 total

Polio cases pass 2012 total

8:22 PM | Polio cases pass 2012 total ISLAMABAD  – Polio is on the rise in Pakistan, health…

Indonesia’s illegal dentists bite back after ban

Indonesia’s illegal dentists bite back after ban

11:25 AM | Indonesia’s illegal dentists bite back after ban November 19, 2013 (AFP) – For more than 30 years, Indonesian dentist Edi Herman has been fixing the teeth of Jakartans in the rusty chair of his tiny shop, advertising his services with…

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