Sweat Belt Waist Trimmer


Sweat Belt Waist Trimmer  Sweat Belt is the quick and easy way to instantly look slim and lean fast! The Sweat Belt works by insulating your body’s heat to increase your core temperature so you sweat more right where you want it most! The secret is the revolutionary Thermo-tech material that compresses and supports your lower back and abdominal core muscles for a 360 degree waist trimming effect! Features and Benefits: Makes you Sweat More, right where you want it Most! Lightweight thermo-tech fabric insulates your body heat Wear under or over…

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13 Turkish soldiers killed in car bomb


13 Turkish soldiers killed in car bomb Thirteen soldiers were killed and 48 more were injured when a car bomb hit a bus transporting off-duty military personnel in the central Turkish city of Kayseri on Saturday, one week after a twin bombing targeted police in Istanbul. The blast is likely to further anger a Turkish public frustrated by a string of deadly bombings this year, several of which have been claimed by Kurdish militants, including last week’s, which killed 44 and wounded more than 150. There was no immediate claim of…

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How to make perfect zeera biscuits


How to make perfect zeera biscuits My love affair with biscuits is elemental, hence my knowledge on the subject is expectedly vast and passion in consuming them sweetly pleasurable. This is one vice I have not been able to detach from, and funnily enough I am reminded of my love affair with biscuits often enough. Recently my daughter caught me with my hand in the biscuit jar, where I had been lecturing her on eating fruits a few hours earlier, exasperated she said, “This is an odd household mom, where adults…

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Credit to PSEs up five times


Credit to PSEs up five times KARACHI: Credit to public-sector enterprises (PSEs) crossed Rs53 billion in the first five months of 2016-17, which is 4.6 times higher than the credit availed during the same period of the last fiscal year. The trend reflects the massive losses being made by public-sector units. The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported on Tuesday the borrowing for PSEs rose to Rs53.69bn in the first five months of the current fiscal year, although it was just Rs11bn a year ago. The government failed to address the…

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Italy aware of investment scope in Pakistan


Italy aware of investment scope in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Italian Deputy Minister for Economic Development Ivan Scalfarotto has called for establishing an inter-governmental framework to boost trade relations between Italy and Pakistan. Speaking at the Italy-Pakistan Trade and Business Investment on Tuesday, he said Italian investors are well aware of the investment scope and potential in Pakistan. The Board of Investment and the Italian Embassy jointly organised the Pakistan-Italy Investment Forum. He said the huge Chinese investment in Pakistan and Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline will play a vital role in the economic development…

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FIFA head of security leaves post


FIFA head of security leaves post ZURICH: The man who was leading FIFA’s fight against match-fixing has left his post, football’s world governing body said on Monday. FIFA confirmed that former German police chief Ralf Mutschke, who had been their head of security for 3-1/2 years, had departed, without giving any further details. Mutschke was senior manager at the German Federal criminal police office (BKA), where he had more than 30 years’ experience, and a former Interpol director before being appointed by FIFA in June 2012. Mutschke travelled the world as…

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Family reminisces Shabbir Sharif’s valour


Family reminisces Shabbir Sharif’s valour LAHORE: The family, admirers and senior army officers on Tuesday paid homage to Maj Shabbir Sharif, a valiant warrior who displayed unparalleled courage while defending the motherland and laid down his life on Dec 6 at Sulemanki Sector during the 1971 war. “He earned the highest gallantry award of Nishan-i-Haider and also enjoys the honour of being the proud recipient of Sword of Honour from PMA Kakul and Sitara-i-Jurrat during the 1965 War,” says an ISPR press release. A battalion of the Frontier Force Regiment in…

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97 dead, scores injured in Indonesian quake


97 dead, scores injured in Indonesian quake At least 97 people were killed and scores injured when a strong earthquake struck western Indonesia Wednesday and flattened hundreds of homes and mosques, with officials warning the death toll would likely rise. “So far 97 people have been killed and the number keeps growing,” Aceh military chief Tatang Sulaiman told AFP. The shallow 6.5-magnitude quake struck Pidie Jaya district in Aceh province at dawn as many in the mainly Muslim region on Sumatra island were preparing for morning prayers. The death toll has…

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Careem introduces women drivers in Pakistan


Careem introduces women drivers in Pakistan Taxi-hailing service Careem introduced women drivers in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad on Wednesday. Careem has a larger market share than rival Uber in most of the 32 cities in the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan region in which it operates. Yasmin Perveen, one of the pioneer women “captains” of Careem, checks her work app before driving her car in Islamabad. ─ Reuters Now it has a new idea for Pakistan: taxis driven by women, who will pick up both male and female customers. “We…

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