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Madiha Shah highlights character-writing in films

LAHORE (Web Desk): Prominent film star, Madhia Shah has said that character-writing in films is a very important factor for the success of a film. Talking to APP here on Monday, she asked story writers to pay full attention to charactor writing for the films. She said that she always ...

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Bangladesh actors demand shutdown of Turkish TV serial

DHAKA (AFP) – Bangladeshi actors and directors called for a ban Monday on the steamy Turkish period drama Sultan Suleiman, saying the show’s “rampant sex” was destroying the local TV industry and fuelling divorce. Since a dubbed version started airing in Bangladesh in November 2015, the serial on the life ...

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Pakistan coach Arthur plays down return to Australia

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur remains ill at ease with the spotlight shining on his return to Australia and cannot wait for the focus to shift to cricket, the 48-year-old said on Monday. Arthur’s 19-month tenure as Australia coach came to an acrimonious end weeks before the 2013 Ashes series, following ...

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China may end cooperation with US over Trump remarks: Beijing

The Chinese government says it is “seriously concerned” by US President-elect Donald Trump’s recent remarks signaling that he may end Washington’s commitment to the so-called One China policy. Under the policy, the self-ruled Taiwan is considered part of Chinese territory. The US has been committed to that policy since 1979, ...

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Japan denies its fighter jets endangered Chinese aircraft

Japan says it has filed a strong protest with China over Beijing’s allegation that Japanese warplanes had endangered Chinese military aircraft over the East China Sea. China’s Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun had said two Japanese F-15s launched “decoy flares” as six Chinese aircraft flew over waters between Japan’s southern ...

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Thousands protest over Cairo church bombing

Thousands of Egyptians have taken to the streets in the capital Cairo, protesting against the government after a bombing attack on the city’s Coptic Cathedral killed many worshipers. The protesters marched on the streets and hundreds of them gathered near the targeted Coptic Cathedral in the Abbasia district of Cairo ...

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Algerian blogger dies in prison after hunger strike

An Algerian blogger who had been on hunger strike behind bars for three months has died, his lawyer says. “I can confirm the death of the journalist Mohamed Tamalt in Bab el-Oued hospital after a hunger strike of more than three months and a three-month coma,” Amine Sidhoum said on ...

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American dream died because of plutocracy: Noam Chomsky

The rapid decline of living standards and democratic values in the United States indicates the “collapse” of what was once known as the American dream, US philosopher Noam Chomsky says. Speaking to the website Truthout in an interview published on Sunday, Chomsky said the American society had fallen “below” other rich ...

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