The Golden Phoenix- world’s most expensive cupcake for sale at $1010

The world’s most expensive ‘edible’ cupcake has gone on sale at the newly launched Bloomsbury’s outlet at The Dubai Mall.

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Why they Protest

By Abdul Majeed Abid

For the sake of full disclosure before saying anything on this topic, I want to state that I myself am a young doctor, working in a public sector hospital of Punjab. The following blog contains my view on the issue of the recent wave of protests by young doctors and . . . → Read More: Why they Protest

GSK to pay $ 3 billion fine for health-care fraud

GlaxoSmithKline Plc, the British drugmaker, has agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanor criminal charges, and pay $3bn to settle what government officials described as the largest case of healthcare fraud in US history.

Monday’s agreement , which still needs court approval, would resolve allegations that the British drugmaker broke US laws in marketing two . . . → Read More: GSK to pay $ 3 billion fine for health-care fraud

Pakistan’s PM’s Royal Treatment

Neighbors and opposition leaders became infuriated after learning that Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf installed 24-hour electricity supply for his Islamabad home. Many claim Ashraf has spent more time upgrading his own lifestyle than helping the country’s economic, security and energy crises.

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Apple’s Wickr app allows messages to self-destruct

Celebrity scandals fueled by leaked text messages or emailed images inspired a new application to give users of Apple gadgets uncrackable communications that can be made to self-destruct.

The Wickr app has been downloaded thousands of times since the software crafted for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices hit the virtual shelves of Apple’s online App Store . . . → Read More: Apple’s Wickr app allows messages to self-destruct

When Quetta was safe

All of us have some special kind of emotional attachment to things that we cherished during  childhood and teenage. The home where we have the earliest memories, our childhood best friends, that special watch that one of your elders gave  you after getting good results in school, that special spicy chaats which your mother used to forbid . . . → Read More: When Quetta was safe