Sunday, 25 August 2019

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Imam-Ul-Haq Accused Of Multiple Affairs, ‘Chats’ Leaked On Twitter

LONDON: Pakistan cricketer Imam-ul-Haq has landed himself in a soup after a Twitter user accused him of having multiple affairs. The user leaked the Pakistan opener’s social media chats with several girls, also alleging that the cricketer cheated on them. “So apparently Mr. @ImamUlHaq12 was dating 7 to 8 (that we ...

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G20 Summit ‘did not deliver for girls, young women’, Malala

LONDON: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai has slammed the G20 summit for not delivering for girls and young women. Malala took to Twitter saying “The G20 Summit did not deliver for girls and young women.” She writes: “A disappointing end for the G20 Summit- and thousands of activists’ efforts ...

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Afridi lambasted over sexist remarks in autobiography

KARACHI: Former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi batted away accusations of misogyny this week as critics lashed out at the cricket star’s admission that he refuses to let his daughters play outdoor sports. The remarks were just the latest controversy stemming from Afridi’s tell-all autobiography – “Game Changer” – released in ...

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1 in 4 US girls may want to harm themselves

In any given year, roughly one in four girls in U.S. high schools and one in 10 boys try to harm themselves even when they are not attempting suicide, a recent study suggests. So-called non-suicidal self-injury has long been more common among girls than boys, but the current study offers ...

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US doctor gets 175 years in jail for abusing more than 150 girls

LANSING, Michigan: A former USA Gymnastics team doctor has been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for sexually abusing over 150 young girls under the guise of medical treatment. More than 150 women and girls accused Larry Nassar of a pattern of serial abuse dating back two decades. ...

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Girls better than boys at working together to solve problems

LONDON: Girls are much better than boys at working together to solve problems, according to the OECD. Some 125,000 15-year-olds in 52 countries and economies took part in the test, which analyses for the first time how well students work together as a group, their attitudes towards collaboration and the ...

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Malala Is Going To Oxford

Malala Yousafzai is congratulated after collecting her A-level exam results at Edgbaston High School for Girls in Birmingham, England. BIRMINGHAM: Malala Yousafzai was only 15 when she was shot by the Taliban in Pakistan for campaigning for the education of girls. Now, she has been accepted to Oxford, one of ...

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Students closed their one eye as a mark of solidarity with pellet hit victims in Pantha Chowk area of Srinagar.

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