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Sonya Hussyn has celebrated her birthday a couple of times in beautiful and adorable setups. She was accompanied by her close friends and family members at her birthday celebrations. Sonya Hussayn is a versatile and promising actress in the Pakistan entertainment industry. she has been a part of various popular dramas and acted brilliantly in all of her projects. Her famous dramas include “Kisey Chahun”,” Hasil”, “Aisi hai Tanhai”,” Ishq Zahe Naseeb” and “Mohabbat Tujhe Alvida”.

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Veteran Indian actor Surekha Sikri has passed away due to a cardiac failure at the age of 75 in Mumbai. She breathed her last at 8:30 AM on July 16, 2021, according to Pinkvilla. She was reportedly admitted to a hospital due to atrial fibrillation, ischemic heart disease and a cerebrovascular accident. The news of her demise has left everyone in Bollywood and several in Pakistan in a state of utter shock. The senior star was admitted to the hospital back in September 2020 after suffering a brain stroke. Sikri had suffered a similar stroke back in 2018. She fell down…

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A police complaint has reportedly been lodged for Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan after she launched her new book titled ‘Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible’. The Christian community has expressed a dislike to the title of a book written by actress Kareena Kapoor and filed a police complaint in Beed city of Maharashtra against her and two others, accusing them of hurting the religious sentiments of the community, an official said. The holy word ‘Bible’ has been used in the book’s title and this has hurt the religious sentiments of Christians, he has said. Alpha Omega Christian Mahasangh president Ashish Shinde has asked…

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LONDON: Formula One offered fans a glimpse of the future on Thursday with a presentation of what cars will look like next season when the sport undergoes a rules revamp to make racing closer and more exciting. The concept car, revealed ahead of Sunday’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone, features larger 18 inch wheels with covers and simpler and ‘more neutral’ front and rear wings designed to make it easier for drivers to follow and overtake. The floor shape is also different and using ground effect for more downforce but the cars will be heavier than this year’s models. “The new cars…

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TOKYO: International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said on Thursday there was “zero” risk of Games participants infecting Japanese residents with COVID-19, as cases hit a six-month high in the host city. “Risk for the other residents of Olympic village and risk for the Japanese people is zero,” Bach said, adding that Olympics athletes and delegations have undergone more than 8,000 coronavirus tests, resulting in three positive cases. agencies reported. Those cases have been placed in isolation and their close contacts are also under quarantine protocols, Bach said at the beginning of talks with Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike and Tokyo…

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ISLAMABAD: Federal Parliamentary Health Secretary Dr Nausheen Hamid Friday said that vaccination as well as precautionary measures were essential to ward off 4th wave of Coronavirus and during the Eid holidays government would monitor implementation of SOPs in public places. The new strict SOPs are being issued in view of the recent uptick of Indian delta variant cases countrywide, she was speaking to a private news channel. “We are a strong nation and can defeat COVID-19 waves effectively, but for that cooperation from every citizen is imperative”, she added. Nausheen Hamid said health teams were conducting random testing in cattle…

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday strongly rejected the allegations of Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh against the Pakistan Air Force trying to help the Taliban. The Afghan vice president Thursday had accused the PAF of warning Afghan security forces that it would retaliate against any move to dislodge Taliban fighters in the strategic border region of Spin Boldak. The Foreign Office said the “Pakistan Air Force never communicated anything to the Afghan Air Force”. Giving the background of the situation, the Foreign Office said the Afghan side conveyed to Pakistan the intention of carrying out air operations inside its territory opposite…

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TASHKENT (Uzbekistan): Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday joined other regional leaders at a conference held in Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent, aimed at strengthening close ties among the Central and South Asian countries in the interest of their people. The Plenary session of the conference titled ‘Central and South Asia Regional Connectivity, challenges and opportunities’ held at Congress Centre, was attended by President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani, the foreign ministers and high representatives of the countries of Central and South Asia, and the heads of international and regional organizations and global financial institutions. The main objective…

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Messaging and voice-over IP service WhatsApp is testing a new feature that will let people message without using their phone for the first time. Presently, WhatsApp is linked to a user’s phone. Its desktop and web apps need that device to connect and receive messages. But the new feature will let users send and receive messages “even if your phone battery is dead”. Up to four other devices – like PCs and tablets – can be used together, WhatsApp said on Thursday. To begin with, the new feature will be rolled out as a beta test for a “small group…

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