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German gymnasts wore full-body unitards in stand against sexualization in Olympics

TOKYO: In another incident of resistance against sexualization in sports, the team of German women’s gymnasts records their protest by wearing full-length leotards at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. On Friday, rebellious team members Elisabeth Seitz, Kim Bui, Pauline Schaefer, and Sarah Voss opened their performance wearing crimson and white unitards – extended to their ankles. The athletes from the Western

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US couple gender-reveal party torched 4pc of state, killed 1, charged with involuntary manslaughter

SACRAMENTO: A US couple, whose gender reveal party sparked a massive wildfire that charred more than four percent of the state besides the death of a firefighter, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Reports in international media quoting sources said the couple [Refugio Manuel Jimenez and Angela Renee Jimenez] was charged with staggering 30 crimes including involuntary manslaughter for frantically

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Mia Khalifa ends 2 years of marriage with Robert Sandberg! Here’s why

LONDON: Former Lebanese adult entertainer and social media sensation Mia Khalifa has announced divorce from husband Robert Sandberg, after two years of marriage. The OnlyFan star got engaged to the Swedish chef Robert Sandberg back in March 2019, before they legally tied the knot in June 2019. The 28-year-old took to her verified Instagram where she announced that she has

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FAKE NEWS ALERT: Groom who brought laptop to his wedding was not working

NEW DELHI: Work from home is the new normal around the globe amid the Covid pandemic but an Indian groom has garnered a lot of attention as he was spotted using a laptop at his wedding while the guests wait. Couples in the second most populous state, who seem determined to get hitched amid all the restrictions, started doing things

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Not vaccinated? Sorry you can’t marry in Sindh

KARACHI: As the COVID positivity ratio in Karachi has soared to an alarming 23 percent in wake of the spread of the Delta variant, authorities in Sindh announced stern curbs including vaccination as a prerequisite for getting hitched in the southeastern province. Reports quoting a notification of home ministry cited a ban on getting married besides attending wedding ceremonies of

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FAKE NEWS ALERT: No crude oil reserves found during water bore drilling in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Residents of Sector H/13 neighborhood were left pleasantly surprised after finding oil reserves during the groundwater bore drilling process in the country’s federal capital. Local news channels, which are currently flooded with fake and unconfirmed news, owing to the crazy TRPs indicated that crude oil reserves have been found after which dozens of residents in adjourning neighborhoods started drilling

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SAMSUNG Joins Hands with Lucky Group to Manufacture Smartphones in Pakistan

KARACHI: Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone company, has recently announced a joint venture with Lucky Motor Corporation (LMC), a subsidiary of Lucky Cement Limited, to manufacture the smartphones in Pakistan. The automobile giant has also entered into an agreement with Electronics pioneer for the production of mobile phones at its automobile plant at Bin Qasim Industrial Park, Special Economic Zone,

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Hamdam – First dating app rolled out by Iran Govt for a reason

TEHRAN: In a bid to provide the much-needed boost to marriages amid low birth rate, the Islamic Republic of Iran rolled out a maiden state-approved Islamic dating platform named Hamdam. Reports in international media quoting Iranian state-owned broadcaster cited that the matchmaking platform aimed at facilitating ‘lasting and informed marriage’ for youth. Tebyan Cultural Institute, which works under Iran’s Islamic

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Hindu ultra-nationalists put up scores of Muslim women for online sale at fake India ‘auction’

NEW DEHLI: The largest minority group in the second most populous state has been treated as second-class citizens who faced severe discrimination and repression and digital harassment is the latest dilemma in the South Asian country amid the rise of Hindutva. An online application that goes by the name of ‘Sulli Deals’ uploaded pictures of hundreds of Muslim women [without

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Are Pakistanis going to get 9 holidays for EidUl Adha this year?

KARACHI: Government employees in Pakistan will be likely to enjoy nine long days of Eidul-Adha this year, as public institutions will remain closed from July 17 to 25 across the country. Report of Daily Jang cited that holidays for EidUl Adha [the Islamic festival that involves animal sacrifice, prayers, and family gatherings] in Pakistan are expected to start from July

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