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Ten-year-old Peshawar boy becomes youngest computer lecturer

PESHAWAR (Sarzameen News) – A fifth grade student in Peshawar has become the youngest lecturer of computer. The 10-year-old boy Sabawan teaches students older than him in a private academy and earns Rs24000 monthly. He has command over a number of languages which include English, Pashto, Urdu, Persian and Hindko.

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Famous Urdu poet Nasir Kazmi remembered on his death anniversary

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) – Famous Urdu poet Nasir Kazmi was remembered on his death anniversary on Thursday. Born on December 8, 1925 at Ambala in British India, Nasir Kazmi was one of the greatest poets of his era. He was educated at Ambala, Simla and Lahore. After the creation of Pakistan, he came to Lahore.

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Google pays tribute to Abdul Sattar Edhi on 89th birthday

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) – Google paid a tribute to Abdul Sattar Edhi on Monday with its Doodle honors portraying him with his Edhi ambulance, a mother with her two kids, hospital home, pet dog and a book. Google displayed the photo on its homepages in various countries, including Australia. The search engine giant praised Edhi for

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World Women’s Day to be observed on March 8

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) – Like other countries of the world, ‘International Women’s Day’ will be observed in the country on March 8, to promote and protect women rights with a commitment. According to a report aired by a private news channel, the motive behind observing this day is to provide information to the people about

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Boxer Muhammad Ali’s son detained at US airport, questioned about religion

NEW YORK (Sarzameen News) – Muhammad Ali Jr., the son of the late boxer Muhammad Ali, was detained for two hours and questioned multiple times about his religion at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Feb. 7. Ali Jr., who is Muslim, was returning from Jamaica with his mother and Ali’s first wife, Khalilah. Strouse and

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Uzma says Pakistan safe for foreign mountaineers

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News) – Pakistani female mountaineer Uzma Yousaf who has become the first-ever female mountaineer to summit the 5098 meter Rush Peak, Gilgit- Baltistan in winter termed Pakistan a safe country for foreign mountaineers to visit here. Uzma started her expedition on February 2 and waved Pakistani flag on summit of Rush Peak on

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Japan airport introduces special ‘toilet paper’ to clean smartphone screens

TOKYO (Sarzameen News) – According to experts, it has become a trend that users take mobile phones along with them in toilets. For this purpose, the company has installed dispensers for ‘toilet paper’ to be used on smartphones in the conveniences at Japan s International Airport. As it is considered that screen of smartphones carry

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US woman makes world record of traveling world in 18 months and 26 days

NEW YORK (Sarzameen News) – A US woman has made a world record of traveling to all the world s 196 sovereign nations in 18 months and 26 days. The 27-year-old traveler Cassie De Pecol made the trip in less than half the time it took the previous Guinness World Record holder. She planned for

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Aleem Dar termed Hashim Amla an inspiration for his bearded look

LAHORE (Sarzameen News) – International Cricket Council (ICC) elite penal umpire, Aleem Dar has revealed that the inspiration behind his new bearded look is non-other than the exceptional Hashim Amla. He let it be known that the South African batsman once called him to grow beard and since then he has adopted the bearded look.

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Rap titled ‘Boss, mei ne apko bola kya hai?’ mocks Waqar Zaka

LAHORE (Sarzameen News) – People cannot stop talking about the Waqar Zaka incident in which he was thrashed by unidentified men in Karachi. ‘Junaid’ character appeared to be the suspect behind beating. But this recent rap song titled as ‘Boss, mei ne apko bola kya hai?’ has featured on social media and though it sounds

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