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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S FIVE YEAR TENURE END MIDNIGHT TONIGHT

The incumbent federal government’s five-year constitutional term ends on May 31, Thursday. The National Assembly will stand dissolved at midnight tonight, paving way for establishment of a caretaker setup before the general elections scheduled on July 25 this year. The five-year term of the Punjab Assembly and Balochistan Assembly is …

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BANNED OUTFITS TARGETING MINORITIES IN PAKISTAN

BANNED OUTFITS TARGETING MINORITIES IN PAKISTAN       Banned outfits are targeting minorities in Pakistan, revealed the annual report of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).      “In 2017, religious minorities in Pakistan, including Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Ahmadis…continued to face attacks and discrimination from extremist groups and …

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CARDIO EXERCISE CAN HELP YOU GET RID OF YOUR ADDICTION

Exercise doesn’t just keep you healthy and fit. Turns out, it can also help people fight addiction. A study conducted by the University of Buffalo has identified a key mechanism on how aerobic exercise can help impact the brain in ways that may support treatment and prevention strategies for addiction. Aerobic exercises …

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E-CIGRETTES ARE AS BAD AS CIGRETTES,FLAVOURING CAN IMPAIR LUNG FUNCTION

For smokers looking to quit smoking, e-cigarettes often seem to be a viable alternative. But there are many disadvantages to e-cigarettes, and many studies raise doubts about its safety. A new study done by the University of North Carolina in the US shows that a common e-cigarette flavouring has toxic …

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FOODS THAT REDUCES BACK PAIN

Making sure you’re getting enough calcium in your diet is very important and can reduce or eliminate back pain. When you are calcium deficient, your nerves can’t function properly. Since nerves control your muscles, the lack of proper functionality can be felt as pain. Foods with anti-inflammatory properties reduce inflammation …

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