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Courteney Cox reveals 'Friends' reunion is 'going to be great' Courteney Cox has come forth dishing exclusive details about the reunion of the famed 90s sitcom Friends reunion. Ever since the announcement pertaining to the show?s reunion was made, fans have been utterly eager to see the stellar cast make a comeback on the screens.
LONDON: Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has said no nation, no matter how powerful, can solve all its problems without partnership from others. Ban Ki-Moon said as he delivered a keynote address at the Global Soft Power Summit along with Dr Maleeha Lodhi, the former Pakistani envoy the UK and USA, and many other speakers.
Photo: File WASHINGTON: A gunman killed five employees of one of America's best-known breweries on Wednesday before turning the weapon on himself in the latest burst of mass gun violence in the US. More than 1,000 employees were at the Molson Coors brewing complex in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when the early-afternoon tragedy occurred, the city's police chief Alfonso Morales told reporters.
Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi being briefed about the operation preparedness of Pakistan Marines in Creeks Area during exercise SEASPARK-20. Photo: Pakistan Navy KARACHI: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi reaffirmed on Thursday that any misadventure by the enemy will be thwarted by the Navy with an iron fist.
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Wednesday it would invest more than $10 billion in offices and data centers across the United States this year. The company added that the new investments will focus on 11 states including Massachusetts, New York and Ohio. ?These investments will create thousands of jobs ? including roles within Google, construction jobs in data centers and renewable energy facilities, and opportunities in local businesses in surrounding towns and communities,? Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said here in a blog post.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s continued inclusion in Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey list is credit negative for the country?s banking system, rating agency Moody’s said on Thursday. Global watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) said last week that Pakistan would remain on the grey list, and asked the country to implement the agreed-upon action plan until June.
NEW DELHI: The death toll in ongoing protests against the citizenship amendment law (CAA) on Thursday jumped to 32 and more than 200 people have been injured. According to the Indian media, scores of people have been moved to various medical facilities in critical condition. Thousands of riot police and paramilitaries patrolled the affected northeast fringes of the Indian capital of 20 million people, preventing any major eruptions.
KARACHI: Chief Minister (CM) Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has asked Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) officials for strict screening of the passengers at the Karachi airport, ARY News reported on Thursday. This he said while meeting with the CAA officials, who called on him at the CM House. The CAA officials apprised the provincial chief executive that isolation rooms have been established at the airport, while the screening process is also underway at the Karachi airport.
The foreign ministry said it was also suspending visas for tourists visiting from countries where the new virus is a "danger". Photo: File Saudi Arabia on Thursday placed an immediate ban on Umrah pilgrims travelling from the countries where coronavirus cases have been confirmed including Pakistan, Geo News reported, quoting airport sources.
KARACHI: The nose-wheel fell off a plane after it took flight for a training mission, however, the pilot managed to make a safe emergency landing, ARY News reported on Wednesday. A Cessna trainer jet of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) took off from the airport but its nose-wheel fell off just after taking flight.