The pressures on a child prodigy

Child prodigies are an eclectic bunch; being  on the fast-track in the lane of life at such a tender age makes them so. Although, some go on to commit suicide, turn to crime and develop drink and drug problems, we remain irrevocably fascinated by them.

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Bengali courts rule against Pakistan tour

Bangladesh’s proposed tour of Pakistan is unlikely to go ahead after a court ordered the plans be suspended for a month due to security concerns, dealing a blow to hopes of reviving international cricket in the troubled nation.

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Peshawar Cancer hospital needs more equipment

Overburdened with cancer patients, the Institute of Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine (Irnum) awaits government assistance to buy new equipment and improve its healthcare facilities.

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PCB shocked at Bangladesh courts decision

Pakistan cricket authorities on Thursday voiced astonishment at what they called an “extremely disturbing” development after a court in Dhaka ordered Bangladesh to postpone their tour of Pakistan over security fears.

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The Famous Five’s approach to food

Josh Sutton

Enid Blyton’s heroes, now 70 years old, had an approach to food that we could all learn from

Seventy years ago this summer, Julian, Dick and Anne went to stay with their cousin Georgina at Kirrin Cottage. Across the following two decades, the Famous Five put away their fair share of villains and . . . → Read More: The Famous Five’s approach to food

A scary thought

By Jahanzaib Haque

Here’s a scary thought — the internet is a system of control that is increasingly designed to present a myopic view of the world, using your personal data against you to ensure you get exactly what you want, fulfill all your desires and interests in exchange for ensuring you never encounter any . . . → Read More: A scary thought

SC gives NAB 7 days to arrest people in RPP case

The Supreme Court on Thursday rolled out an austere seven-day deadline for the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to arrest the people responsible in the Rental Power Project (RPP) case.

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ANF report accuses Musa Gilani in drug scam

A day ahead of the hearing of the ‘ephedrine’ case by the Supreme Court, the Anti-Narcotics Force submitted on Thursday a report before the court formally naming eight accused, including Prime Minister’s son Ali Musa Gilani, for their alleged involvement in the scam.

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