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James bond

The Frontrunner to Become the New James Bond

The contender for the face of James Bond is no other than Aaron Taylor-Johnson, a 32-year old screen star born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. By Nana Coupeau     The quest to find the new James Bond is still underway. Talk around who will become the next person to portray big screen legend has,...

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When’s the best time to use frequent flyer miles to book flights?

Frequent flyer miles tend to fall in value the closer you get to your travel dates for the Thanksgiving holiday   Traveling during major holidays like Thanksgiving can be expensive, since so many people want to see their friends and families, wherever they might be. It’s especially hard this year with inflation soaring at the fastest pace...

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Former spymaster named new army chief

New COAS and our politicians

General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday handed over the command of the Pakistan Army to his successor Gen Asim Munir in a ceremony held at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi. With the change of command, Gen Munir became the 17th army chief of the Pakistan Army when Gen Bajwa handed over the baton to him....

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US Chip

US chip war to hit allies as hard as it does China

US export curbs threaten record losses for Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese chip makers and don’t guarantee China’s demise By June Park   The United States has unleashed its arsenal to go “full throttle” in the chip war against China regardless of the potential consequences, including the impact on its allies. On October 7, 2022, the Bureau...

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Cricket

Bazball on steroids: Six things we learned from the England v England Lions warm-up for the Pakistan Tests

Given England’s success over the summer, England’s XI only has a few spots left open, and it is becoming clearer who Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes are favouring. Ben Gardner England begin their three-Test series against Pakistan on Thursday, December 1, with their sole warm-up game against England Lions now completed. The fixture was not quite played...

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Russia and India

Why India Won’t Yet Break Ties with Russia

For two decades, India’s leaders have tried to maintain close ties with Moscow while developing strong strategic partnerships with the United States and its allies. Written by Ian Hall In recent weeks, India has been more vocal about the Ukraine conflict than at the start of the war, beginning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark, made...

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Violence

Normalizing violence spells the end for Israeli democracy

Netanyahu granted undue power to Israel’s extremists, but he can yet prevent a lot of damage if he returns the mandate to form a government to the president Naomi Chazan Israelis are enmeshed in a confrontational cycle of fear and anger just a few short weeks after Benjamin Netanyahu prevailed at the polls, at the...

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Qatar

German TV pundit apologizes for mocking Qatari clothing

Sandro Wagner had described the traditional male Qatari clothing as a “bathrobe” during his commentary on the Germany-Spain game at the FIFA World Cup. Former Germany striker Sandro Wagner apologized on Monday for describing the traditional male Qatari clothing as a “bathrobe” while co-commenting on the German team’s World Cup game with Spain a day earlier. During...

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Court extends Imran Khan’s bail in Section 144 violation case

Dissolving Provincial Assemblies – is it that easy?

Dissolving Provincial Assemblies – the implications! Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan with a ‘surprise’ announcement on Saturday has decided to quit from all provincial assemblies. Concluding the nearly month-long long march in Rawalpindi, he stated that he would quit the system instead of vandalizing it. However, he did not give...

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General Qamar Javed Bajwa to hand over ‘baton of command’ to General Asim Munir tomorrow

Pak Army Chief’s Record – And Why It’s So Relevant To India

The appointment could have a crucial bearing on the future of Pakistan’s fragile democracy, and whether relations with India are allowed to improve: Asim Munir will replace General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who retires later this month after a six-year term. Pakistan named Lieutenant-General Asim Munir as the head of the country’s nuclear-armed military, the most...

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