Veet walks the extra mile with award show

It seems like Veet has finally taken note of what other platforms have been doing, by recognising the attributes of renowned professionals from the Pakistani television and fashion industry. The brand’s acclaimed fashion event, Veet Celebration of Beauty, will be held Saturday night in Karachi. Apart from musical performances and a fashion show, featuring talented local designers like Khadija Shah ...

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Tiger’s highs and lows

Tiger Woods has completed a remarkable return to the top of the golfing world after dropping out of the top 50 following a sex scandal and then injuries which hindered his playing comeback.

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How to lift a capsized ship

It’s been 19 months since the Costa Concordia, one of the largest cruise liners ever built, ran aground off the west coast of Italy, killing 32 passengers and capsizing after granite rock tore a 50-meter hole in the ship’s hull.

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Burka-wearer’s court plea refused

A woman wearing a full-length burka at a London court is barred by a judge to enter a plea as her identity cannot be confirmed.

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Food Fusion: A live cooking session with Amina Elshafei

LAHORE:  Amina Elshafei, one of the most popular contestants on MasterChef Australia’s season four, finally set foot in the cultural city of Lahore on Thursday evening and allowed a lucky few to get a taste of her hands. Chief chef of Pearl Continental Hotel, Anjum Javed and Amina performed a live cooking session at the hotel amidst a cosy ambiance. ...

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How to avoid a major championship choke

You are only a short putt away from a major championship and golfing immortality, but then dark visions appear and you start wondering, “What if I miss?” Even top golfers need help training their minds — and they turn to Dr. Bob Rotella.

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Prince William talks baby, fatherhood

In his first official interview after the birth of his son, Prince William told CNN’s Max Foster that young George is already quite a character. “He’s a little bit of a rascal,” William said.

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Miliband targets cost of living

Ed Miliband says Britain’s cost of living “crisis” will decide the next election, as he seeks to regain the initiative after a summer of criticism.

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Sultana Daku: If filmy Bollywood lines are your cup of tea…

KARACHI:  The outlaw Sultana Daku is wanted dead or alive. Well aware of the bounty on his head, Daku wants to retire and be commemorated in the form of a biography before he dies. Hence, he orders his henchmen to abduct a violinist and a journalist for the purpose of writing his biography. If you’re wondering why he decided to ...

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Motorsport: GP of America ‘is off’

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that the inaugural Grand Prix of America in New Jersey will not take place as planned next year because the organizers have not raised enough money to fund it.

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Cable drops ‘superfast’ patent plans

The government drops plans for a “superfast” service which would provide patents in 90 days, after a lukewarm response to its consultation.

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European Tour denies PGA Tour takeover

The chief executive of golf’s European Tour has dismissed reports the organization could be bought out by its American counterpart the PGA Tour.

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Trust your doctor, but verify

Most of us assume our doctors are trustworthy. But after recent cases of fraud made headlines, some patients aren’t so sure.

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Rogge criticises Isinbayeva remarks

International Olympic committee president Jacques Rogge criticises Yelena Isinbayeva for her comments supporting Russia’s anti-gay laws.

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