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Rescuing Pets Through Diet – Food Saving Lives of Pets

  How did you come up with the idea of Pawsome? So basically, I’ve kept pets for some time now, but a year back I got a pug dog, and he got canine distemper. Its a deadly disease, I’ve lost 3 dogs to this disease. This disease is curable at an early stage but a few symptoms still linger on

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Rent-a-Womb, Surrogacy and Pakistan

Medical science has made extreme advancements in its particular field and is doing wonders everyday. People are amazed by the discoveries of medical sciences. A new remedy has been introduced by doctors for childless couples, which is known as “IVF-In Vitro fertilization”. According to this, if any woman is unable to conceive, then sperms of her husband is made to

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Pakistan’s Online Shopping in Shambles

Massive delays in orders, wrong/defected items sent, incorrect sizes and colours, lengthy money return procedures and pathetic customer service is where the COVID-19 online shopping spree has brought Pakistani cyber shoppers, othernews.pk has learnt. As the rest of the country was in a lock-down, online shops were quietly minting money in this ‘once in a life time chance.’ Owing to

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World Cancer Day Special

Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for an estimated 9.6 million deaths in just year 2018. Most common cancers (2018 world-wide): Lung (2.09 million cases) Breast (2.09 million cases) Colorectal (1.80 million cases) Prostate (1.28 million cases) Skin cancer (non-melanoma) (1.04 million cases) Stomach (1.03 million cases) Most deadly cancers: Lung (1.76 million deaths) Colorectal (862 000

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Jewels of Pakistani Cuisine

Pakistani dishes are a blend of elements from Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Mughal legacy and Iran. The food of this region is rich, mostly spicy and very nutritious. Pakistan generally has a bread culture where naan, bread, roti or paratha are used with curries. Here are some treasures of the Pakistani cuisine: 1. Sai Bhaaji Sai meaning green and Bhaaji meaning

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Tehreek-e-Labbaik Ready to Accept ‘Zindagi Tamasha’ if Council of Islamic Ideology Clears Film

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan while talking to www.othernews.pk said that they wanted the film to be reviewed by an institution that understood the gravity of the situation. “If Council of Islamic Ideology clears the film, we are willing to accept it. If not, the content of the film obviously needed to be taken care of,” said spokesman of TLP. The plot of

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Different Myths Surrounding Solar Eclipse

Myths are part of human behavior, and people continue to carry forward myths as the planet ages. Solar Eclipse is one of the most famous events which carries along myths and superstitions since centuries. Here are some myths about solar eclipse in different cultures and societies. Angry Gods: The ancient Greeks believed that a solar eclipse was an indication of

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Most Memorable Visits of Pakistani Heads to US

This recent visit of Imran Khan was an explosion over the internet. As Khan was stepping on US soil, #khanmeetstrump was top trending not only in Pakistan or US, but across the globe. Maybe Trump’s controversial personality, new Pakistani leader and Pakistan’s strategic placement had a great role in this. Many things came into  discussion during Khan’s visit to US.

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Who Is Hafiz Saeed?

Hafiz Muhammad was born on 5 June 1950. He is a co-founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). He is also the chief of Jama’at-ud-Da’wah. He was born in Sargodha, Punjab. His full name is Hafiz Muhammad Saeed. He took his bachelor’s degree from University of Punjab, Lahore in 1970. He held two master degree from University of Punjab in 1972. He has

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‘Silly Walk’ Parade on April Fool’s Day in Budapest

Hundreds of Hungarians marched towards Central Budapest in a silly walk parade on Monday, copying a traditional move from British comedy television sketch to mark April Fool’s day. The March was organized by Benedek Petrok, 27-years-old education assistant, who said that the event provided an opportunity for people to forget about their daily problems and come to the streets to

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