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Andrew Tate disciple who promotes toxic masculinity revealed

Andrew Tate disciple who promotes toxic masculinity revealed

Andrew Tate disciple who promotes toxic masculinity revealed to be civil servant. An associate of Andrew Tate The poisonous masculinity that Matthew Hyman promotes. According to The Mirror, Andrew Tate’s sole follower was reveal  to be a civil worker who promoted toxic masculinity. The publication said that Mathew Hyman, who …

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MQM P withdraws from Sindh LG elections

MQM-P withdraws from Sindh LG elections

MQM P withdraws  Referring to the elections as “already rigged,” Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui exhorts the populace to abstain. The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) announced in the early hours of. Sunday that it would boycott the second round of the local government elections. G) in Sindh, just hours before the. Plls, …

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JI PML PPP PTI ask MQM P to reconsider boycott decision

JI, PML-N, PPP, PTI ask MQM-P to reconsider boycott decision

EERE JI PML PPP PTI ask MQM  that Jamaat has concerns with the creation of Sindh’s voter lists, constituency boundaries, and census. A number of political parties, including its main allies, urged the Muttahida Qaumi. Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) early on Sunday to rethink its decision to abstain from the second round …

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More than law enforcers 43,000 deployed in Karachi for LB polls

More than 43,000 law enforcers deployed in Karachi for LB polls

More than law enforcers 43,000 law enforcers deployed in Karachi for LB polls. To oversee elections, the ECP establishes a central control centre in the Islamabad secretariat. Punjab Police Over 43,605 law enforcement officers and employees would be working in Karachi during the second round of local government elections, according …

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Foxconn iPhone maker offers payments for finding new workers

Foxconn iPhone maker offers payments for finding new workers

Foxconn iPhone maker offers  Following instability at the largest iPhone production in the world. Apple supplier Foxconn is stepping up its recruitment efforts. Employees will earn a 1,000 yuan ($141; £117) reward for successfully referring a friend or family member to work at the company’s Zhengzhou, China, plant. It happens …

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Ex-FTX boss Bankman-Fried ‘I didn’t try to commit fraud

Ex-FTX boss Bankman-Fried 'I didn't try to commit fraud

Ex-FTX boss Bankman Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has denied defrauding anyone. According to the man who was previously heralded as a famous figure in the cryptocurrency sector. He had a “poor month” and had almost no money left. The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, once …

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Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab hailed as momentous breakthrough

Alzheimer's drug lecanemab hailed as momentous breakthrough

Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab hailed  It has been hailed as historic that the first medication to reduce. Alzheimer’s brain deterioration has been developed. The scientific discovery puts a stop the decades of futility and demonstrates that new drug development for Alzheimer’s, the most prevalent form of dementia, is feasible. Also Read;Prannoy …

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China plans crackdown after Covid protests

China plans crackdown after Covid protests

China crackdown Covid protests Following unusual protests against Covid laws the Chinese cities over the weekend. China’s top security agency has called for a crackdown but”hostile elements.” Police have swarmed the now-empty protest locations, and some demonstrators claim that police have phoned them to inquire about their whereabouts. Meanwhile, the …

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Philippines sees a pandemic boom in child sex abuse

Philippines sees a pandemic boom in child sex abuse

Philippines sees a pandemic boom in child sex abuse Philippines sees a pandemic boom in child sex abuse A few hours north of Manila, the capital of the Philippines in the shade of a garden surrounded by lush, dense forest, seven-year-old Eric grins and flashes a wide toothless grin as …

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China plans crackdown after Covid protests

China plans crackdown after Covid protests

China plans crackdown after Covid protests China plans crackdown after Covid protests Following unusual protests against Covid laws in Chinese cities over the weekend, China’s top security agency has called for a crackdown on “hostile elements.” Police have swarmed the now-empty protest locations, and some demonstrators claim that police have …

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Ukraine war The race to rebuild infrastructure in Kherson

Ukraine war The race to rebuild infrastructure in Kherson

Ukraine war The race to rebuild infrastructure in Kherson Ukraine war The race to rebuild infrastructure in Kherson The crew led by Andrii Kysenko must completely reconstruct the electricity wire network. By James Waterhouse, Kherson region correspondent for BBC Ukraine Andrii Kysenko’s team is working on a downed electricity cable …

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IFFI Row over Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid’s comment

The Kashmir Files at IFFI: Row over Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid's comment

IFFI Row over Israeli  Nadav Lapid’s Israel’s ambassador to India has issued a n apology for remarks made by Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid on a contentious Kashmir-related Bollywood film. The inclusion of The Kashmir Files at the festival was criticis by Nadav Lapid, head of the jury of the International …

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China Covid Police clamp down after days of protests

China Covid Police clamp down after days of protests

China Covid Police clamp down after days of protests China Covid Police clamp down after days of protests As authorities step up their crackdown, China’s protests against Covid restrictions that erupted over the weekend appear to have subsided. Numerous cities have reported having a significant police presence, and some meetings …

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Uncomfortably Many of Pakistan Railway’s Engines are Broken

Pakistan Railway's Engines Broken

Pakistan Railway’s Engines Broken In order to maintain smooth operations across the entire nation, Pakistan Railways (PR) is experiencing a shortage of operational locomotives. Only 72% of Pakistan Railway’s 461 diesel-electric locomotives are currently in use. Which is insufficient to support all of the department’s operations, according to a recent …

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UAE Announces New Foreigner Travel Requirement

UAE Announces New Foreigner Travel Requirement

UAE Announces New Foreigner Travel Requirement UAE Announces New Foreigner Travel Requirement Moro-Ranipur N5 Link Reconstruction is Recommended by NHA Under ADB Program added to their passports in order to enter the United Arab Emirates (UAE), per a recent change in policy. In this regard, the UAE’s immigration authorities recently …

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Launch of Xiaomi 13 Is Scheduled for Very Soon

Launch Xiaomi 13 Scheduled

Launch Xiaomi 13 Scheduled  The Xiaomi 13 is certainly going on sale earlier than usual, but not exactly when we anticipated. Xiaomi has recently revealed that its upcoming flagship would be on sale in China on December 1 instead of the end of November as had been rumour. The launch …

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Proton X70 Breaks Its All-Time Sales Record in Pakistan

Proton X70 Breaks Time

Proton X70 Breaks Time  By selling more than 500 X70s, Al-Haj Automotive marked an impressive milestone in October 2022. According to a report from Autojournal.pk, this represents the SUV’s highest sales total since it first appeared in Pakistan. Al-Haj Proton has had a difficult two years, especially because of protracted …

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