Author Archives: Dunya

Annual Ceremony To Change Ghilaf-E-Kaaba

The annual ceremony to change gold-laced Ghilaf-e-Kaaba, known as Kiswa, inscribed with verses from the Holy Quran, held in Masjid- Al-Haram. The covering cloth of the Kaaba is changed on every year on the day of Hajj. The new cover has been prepared with estimated 670 kg of silk fiber and 150 kg of silver. The cover, inscribed with verses ...

Read More »

Golovkin Overpowers Brook To Retain Middleweight Titles

Gennady Golovkin retained his WBC and IBF middleweight belts with a fifth-round stoppage of Britain’s Kell Brook. Kazakh Golovkin took his career record to 36 victories from 36 fights but he was shaken early by welterweight world champion brook who had moved up two weights to challenge for the title. Previously unbeaten Brook produced a scintillating second round, rocking Golovkin ...

Read More »

Ayushmann is going Eco-friendly this Ganesh festival

Ayushmann Khuranna is going Eco-friendly this Ganesha. The Eco Ganesha initiative which is a continuing effort to educate and inculcate Eco-friendly practices among Mumbaikars is being celebrated for the 7th year and t is wonderful to see this young Bollywood talent join in this green initiative.

Read More »

Not one but two Keyboards for Shraddha

Shraddha Kapoor who learnt playing the piano for her upcoming release has already been gifted two keyboards recently. People close to her, whom she has been working with felt that there was no better gift for the actress than a piano as she loves it so much. And so, her agent as well as producers of her next, Rock On ...

Read More »

Storey, De Oliveira, Konstantinidis Star On Day 1

Hosts Brazil celebrated their first gold medal at the Paralympic games when Ricardo Costa de Oliveira triumphed in the men’s long jump t11 final. De Oliveira’s final jump measured 6.52 metres to beat world champion Lex Gillette of America, who had to settle for silver for the fourth successive games. A world record fell on the first day of power ...

Read More »

U.S. And Russia Agree A Deal To Impose A Ceasefire In Syria

United States and Russia agreed a deal to impose a ceasefire in Syria, and if the truce holds they will begin a joint military effort against terrorists. US Secretary of state John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the truce would come into force on Monday, the first day of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al-Adha. The two ...

Read More »

Two More Youth Killed, Dozens Wounded In IOK

Two more youth were martyred and hundreds others injured as Indian forces use force against protesters in different areas of the Kashmir valley, taking the death toll in the ongoing uprising to 95. Thousands of people took to the streets in Srinagar, Badgam, Shopian, Pulwama, Kulgam, Baramulla, Handwara, Sopore, Bandipora, Islamabad, Qazigund and other areas and held forceful demonstrations against ...

Read More »

Poverty And Diseases Make A Deadly Combination

Federal Government Writes Letters to Chief Secretaries of Four Provinces, AJ&K and Gilgit Baltistan for Allocation of Land for Construction of 46 Hospitals Across the Country On the Directions of the Prime Minister On the directions of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, the Federal Government has written letters to the Chief Secretaries of the four Provinces, AJ&K, Gilgit Baltistan as ...

Read More »

Golden Girl of Bollywood- Kriti

Golden Dress is already a big trend in Hollywood but when it comes to Bollywood it is Kriti Sanon, who is flaunting the colour and rather well. It is a colour that not many actress can carry it off well, but Kriti is seen experimenting with it and pulling it off amazingly. She is often seen wearing her different shfades ...

Read More »

Security Forces Arrest Various Suspects, Militants

Security forces have arrested various suspected terrorists and militants in a combing operation at Punjab-Balochistan border. According to ISPR, the combing operation was conducted in Gyandari area. The security forces also seized huge cache of arms and ammunition from the terrorists.

Read More »