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  1. PM Khan says an increase in GDP has led to ?creation of substantial jobs, and a rise in per capita income?
  2. PM Imran Khan again vows to turn Pakistan into welfare state modelled on Riyasat-e-Madina
  3. Taapsee Pannu is one of those actors who leave no stone unturned to fit in the role they are required to essay on the screen. She has two sports films releasing soon, and she has moulded herself into the character of an athlete emotionally and physically, and it shows. © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu For her role as Rashmi Rocket, where she is playing a track and field athlete, she transformed her body into a muscular, athletic physique for which she was mercilessly trolled too for having a “manly body”. However, she took it as a compliment and said she worked really hard for the ‘mard ki body’. © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu She had shared in an interview that she made it clear to her team that she will not take any kinds of steroids, even if that means she falls short of the targets they have set for her in terms of fitting into the body of an athlete for Rashmi Rocket. Taapsee admits she always had and wanted a more muscular body than a slender and petite one and shared how to achieve both by understanding the difference between the two. © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu In a recent interview with an entertainment portal, she opened up about how both types of bodies require different types of workouts, approaches and diets. “There's a big difference. To get a bikini body, you have to follow a streamlined approach, and that is to simply shed weight. Nothing between your skin and bones. That's what you have to achieve if you look at the kind of bikini body that people expect to see; slim and slender,” she said. © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu She further said, “Now, I don't have a body type that can complement that kind of look. I am an athletically built person, so even if I get down to skin and bones, you won't see that petite frame that you see with a lot of other actors,” adding that “I was always inclined to have a slightly muscular body which looks like I've put in the hard work.” © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu Taapsee, who has managed to achieve both a slender bikini body and an athletic one, said the latter takes a ‘very scientific approach’ with different exercises, diets and machines that are made to work on the muscle. “It's a different ball game altogether,” she said. © Instagram/Taapsee Pannu Rashmi Rocket is set to release next week on Zee5, while her other film in line is the biopic of Indian cricketer and the Test and ODI captain of women's national cricket team, Mithali Raj. View the full article
  4. Azam impressed the crowd with his flamboyant innings of 158 runs in the 3rd ODI against England at Edgbaston, Birmingham
  5. It’s 2021 and both Gen Z & Y are actively moving towards creating a healthier lifestyle for themselves and their loved ones. While the path to good health starts from eating a balanced diet and exercising, there are many everyday habits that stop it from being truly holistic. During the pandemic, we all lost our sense of structure and the first thing that went south was our sleep cycle, plus when you add the stressful time our lives have been since March 2020, nothing good could have happened to our mental and physical health. There are many habits that we are all aware affect our health adversely and yet we make no effort to change them. Basic steps like having a balanced diet, drinking plenty of water, not smoking, adding physical activity to our lives. These are simple changes are the first steps towards giving the holistic care that your body needs. Here are a few everyday habits that are standing in the way of your good health: __ECOMLOOKS__3030__ Not incorporating vegetables in your diet can lead to digestive issues and other health problems. Vegetables contain a multitude of vitamins and fibre that our body needs to stay in optimum shape. So, instead of munching on chips, add hummus and carrots to your snack list or add spinach to your pasta dish. There are many ways to make vegetables delicious. __ECOMLOOKS__3031__ However, exercising regularly is key to maintaining your heart health. Just 150 minutes per week which is only about 20 minutes a day of moderate-intensity physical activity (such as walking briskly or playing tennis) can lower your cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and help you maintain a healthy weight. It can also make your heart muscle stronger so it pumps more effectively. When it comes to exercise, a little bit is better than nothing. If you’re not very active right now, start slow. Find ways to include activity throughout your day. Try to make exercise fun, too. If it’s boring and you dread working out, you may have trouble staying consistent. __ECOMLOOKS__3032__ Stress can also lead to some unhealthy ways of coping, such as overeating, heavy drinking, and smoking all of which are not good for you. By taking some steps to reduce your stress levels like meditation, therapy, journaling, finding a relaxing hobby, not only will you help your heart, but you’ll also feel better. __ECOMLOOKS__3033__ So make sure you're drinking the recommended six to eight glasses of liquids like water, juice, or tea, a day. This is important to keep your body hydrated and make it easy for your kidneys to filter your blood. And, drinking more water can even help you feel more energized. __ECOMLOOKS__3034__ So, instead of using alcohol like beer or wine to quench your “thirst”, have a glass of water before each alcoholic drink, this helps in reducing the amount you drink. The better option is to find other relaxing ways of rewarding yourself, such as taking a bath or reading a good book before bed, and limiting your intake to a maximum of one glass a day. __ECOMLOOKS__3035__ Whipped cream adds about 140 calories, and each pump of flavoured syrup adds another 20. Without these sugary indulgences five times a week, you'll cut out at least 41,600 calories a year! If you want coffee, drink it with low-fat milk and skip the calorie-heavy treats or just cut out coffee altogether and switch to less caffeinated drinks like green tea. __ECOMLOOKS__3036__ In order to make sure your digestive system does not get overloaded, make an effort to really taste what you're eating and appreciate the flavours. Physically take yourself away from your desk to eat lunch, and give yourself at least 20 minutes to enjoy it. To Wrap UpIn 2021, it is time to learn that sometimes little mistakes like getting six instead of eight hours of sleep, not drinking enough water, or surviving on 6 cups of coffee instead of getting a balanced meal can affect your health in a pretty big way. And yet, by making a few changes, you can easily turn your health around, and feel better! Explore More View the full article
  6. Collections were 14% higher during during July-April than the same period last year, notes premier on Twitter
  7. Says Pakistan has keys to most of Afghanistan's locked aspects, ahead of the Afghan Donor Conference in Geneva on Nov 23-24
  8. From resisting the urge to pop pimples decades past puberty to not getting the right kind of skin glow just when you need to make an impression, skincare for men is not an easy game to win. But before you start cursing your skin, ask yourself if you’re using your skincare tools right. Clay masks for the face can be a powerful addition to your skincare routine, especially during the festival season. But using them right is even more important as it will help you achieve clear, oil-free skin with a natural glow. __ECOMLOOKS__1744__ __ECOMLOOKS__1745__ __ECOMLOOKS__1746__ __ECOMLOOKS__1747__ __ECOMLOOKS__1748__ Hello, Happy Skin!Clay mask is a great way to give your face some lovin’. Most clay masks are formulated to reduce skin problems like acne, excess oil production, enlarged pores and soon. So keep indulging in them, especially if you have oily skin. Explore More View the full article
  9. Wells visited Islamabad and Karachi from March 28 to April 3-Photo: File The US Department of State?s Senior Bureau Official for the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Ambassador Alice Wells on her visit to Pakistan noted the meaningful...
  10. ISLAMABAD: European Parliament's International Trade Committee (INTA) has expressed satisfaction on the progress achieved by Pakistan in enacting new laws and developing new institutions for implementation of 27 core conventions of GSP+ especially the National Action Plan for Human Rights. A meeting of INTA was held in Brussels to discuss the second Biennial Assessment Report of GSP+ where the parliament hoped that Pakistan would continue to engage with the EU and ensure to bridge implementation gaps during the next two years of reporting on GSP+, said a statement issued here by foreign office. The European Commission and the European External Action Service had prepared a joint staff document evaluating steps taken by the beneficiary countries to comply with UN conventions pertaining to human rights, labour rights, narcotics control and corruption. The section pertaining to Pakistan appreciated legislative and institutional measures undertaken to improve the human rights regime in the country. It specifically appreciated the establishment of National Human Rights Commission and the National Action Plan for Human Rights among other measures taken by Pakistan. During the session, it was announced that GSP+ monitoring missions shall undertake visits to Pakistan, Philippines, Kyrgyzstan and Bolivia in the second half of 2018 to interact with stakeholders engaged in the implementation of mandatory conventions for GSP+. Pakistan is one of the 10 beneficiaries of EU?s GSP+ scheme. As a result of duty-free access available to Pakistan in 28 member states, exports to the EU have increased from 4.54 billion Euros in 2013 to 6.29 billion Euros in 2016 which implies an increase of 38 percent. Duty-free access has been crucial for Pakistani products to maintain their competitiveness in the EU market vis-à-vis similar products originating from India, Turkey, Vietnam and China. The INTA also agreed to deliberate upon the possibility of up-scaling the relationship with Pakistan from a beneficiary of GSP+ scheme to an FTA partner in future. The process of monitoring of compliance of GSP+ for next biennial assessment report for 2018-2019 would start in March 2018 by the European Commission. During the discussions that took place in the meeting of INTA, the Committee noted the positive economic impact of the GSP+ scheme on the beneficiary countries and it has been useful in encouraging countries to undertake necessary steps for promoting principles of good governance and sustainable development.
  11. Name: Dinesh Gandhi Being a businessman by profession, my work took up all my time. For more than 10 years, I was just going in and out of the gym, spinning my wheels with no results to show. Though I was decently fit, I always had the itch to get a six pack. Well, this is nothing surprising and I am sure every guy who hits the gym regularly, thinks about getting a chiseled six pack at least once in life. To achieve that, I did everything possible and was even told by trainers to get on steroids. My hectic schedule and the misinformation that came from desi trainers left me dazed and confused. © Dinesh Gandhi As my work requires a lot of travel, I thought it would not be possible as I did not have the luxury to pack my meals with me at all time or eat 6 meals in a day. In fact, I even tried doing this and needless to say, I failed miserably. I was hitting the gym and almost eating unregulated. Nothing was monitored like it should have been. I had no idea about counting calories and how to make cooking less cumbersome. Then, a friend of mine who also had a similar work schedule as mine, advised me to seek the help of a coach who can understand my body and routine. It was then when I came across Pratik Thakkar of GetSetGo Fitness. I spilled the beans to Pratik and asked him if he could help me. I spoke to him and he told me that I could still achieve my goals while managing my travel and it was no big deal. But, he also made it very clear that that I would have to put a little more effort to understand how nutrition worked. © Dinesh Gandhi Under his wing, I was introduced to the concept of Flexible Dieting. He made me believe that it is totally alright not to carry lunch boxes everywhere and take unnecessary stress while traveling. This came as a relief to me. He then helped me put my overall nutrition in line and got me working on a structured routine. I still have the same hectic schedule with frequent travel but I do not have to worry about my food. I now exert total control over things and life has only gotten simpler and to my surprise, it's way more fun. What I would advise readers is that if I can do it as a middle aged and very busy man, so can you. Just seek the right advice and be patient with the process
  12. Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal addressing event at Johns Hopkins University Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has reaffirmed Pakistan?s readiness to work with the United States as a partner for achieving peace and security in the region. ?Pakistan desires a broader and comprehensive partnership with the United States, beyond security and particularly in the education sector,? he said while addressing a gathering of students, academicians, think tank analysts, and media persons at an exclusive event organized by the Johns Hopkins University?s School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC, and hosted by Vali Nasr, author and dean of the School. Speaking on the topic ?Pakistan?s Efforts in Internal and Regional Security?, the interior minister covered a wide range of areas from Pakistan?s counter-terrorism operations, which had resulted in a marked decline in terrorist incidents in the country, to Pakistan?s role in promoting regional peace and stability. Iqbal briefed the audience about the National Action Plan (NAP), the 20-point program developed by the government to counter terrorism and extremism. The implementation of the NAP, in conjunction with the sweeping counter-terrorism operations undertaken by the country?s security forces, had been critical in improving the security situation in Pakistan, the minister said. This was now paying dividends in the form of rising investor interest in Pakistan, including from corporate America. The minister said Pakistan shared the international community?s concerns about the instability in Afghanistan, which continued to spill over into Pakistan. He said that Pakistan desired peace in Afghanistan and would thus support any effort to effect political reconciliation in Afghanistan, which was the only viable path towards obtaining lasting peace in the region. The minister said that blaming Pakistan for the security failures in Afghanistan was unhelpful as well as offensive to the people of Pakistan, whose sacrifices in the fight against terrorism were without parallel in the region. The government has an economic vision for the country, which is based on peace and stability paradigm, he added. CPEC will open way for peace, regional cooperation, says Iqbal Turning briefly to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Iqbal, who is also the Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms, said CPEC was envisioned as a regional connectivity project by Pakistan and China. ?CPEC would not only radically overhaul Pakistan?s transport and energy infrastructure, but it would act as a catalyst for regional integration. It should thus be welcomed by all countries that desire to see stability and prosperity in South Asia,? he added.
  13. Sometimes going by the book, following every rule and being on the right track at all times is simply not enough when it comes to succeeding in life. Let's take this case for example: A guy graduates from a well-reputed engineering college and prepares for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) for two consecutive years. But he has fears, or you can say is afraid of the final result. He doubts if he will be able to fulfil his promise to himself of getting into one of the top institutes in the country. He has invested two whole years of his life into this and has given his blood, sweat and tears. Interestingly, he is a bright student and is gifted with a photogenic memory too. So clearly, lack of talent is not driving this fear. Then what is it? Just like him, you too could possibly be doing everything right yet somehow missing your goals by just an inch. Here are some reasons why you are stuck in the rut. 1. Routine: © Meme Generator You might be following a routine that does not match your goal's requirement. You wake up, smoke up 6 cigarettes, leave for your job or coaching, come back and then get high and pass out. Next day you wake up late, you miss your class or that important meeting. (Big surprise!) Your latest and short period resolution of maintaining a healthy lifestyle goes into dust simply because of that addiction. 2. Surroundings: © Prosperity Anonymous Remember that scene from “Limitless”, when the protagonist (thanks to a wonder drug) becomes super intelligent? What is the first thing he does when he discovers his powers? Cleans up his damn pigsty of a room! Your mom was not insane when she kept yelling at you to clean your room. A clean environment is a prerequisite to having focus and the opposite of that just holds you back from progressing. Being organised shows the mind is ready to work. Such a simple thing, but oh-so-impactful. 3. Procrastination: © Toxicards Your habit of delaying, ignoring important things could be the one and only reason of you not attaining your goals. “Tomorrow never comes” people. It is such an innocent yet deadly vice that puts your entire life on a standstill and you don't even realise how precious time is slipping by. So get.your.shit.together.now. 4. Fear: © Planet of Success Fear of failure. Fear of loss. Fear of emptiness. Fear of the unknown. Even fear of success. All this can constitute as one major obstacle. It is okay and only natural to be afraid, but letting that fear control your life becomes an impediment in achieving goals. So let it go. 5. Lack of Mentorship: © MAX Gala They come in many forms; mentors, gurus, advisers, teachers and even friends. It is very important to have one such person in your life who helps you keep your eye on the prize and also help you out when you are stuck. If people don't work out for you, then there are always books waiting to fill you up with guidance. Don't think you can do this alone, everyone needs help. So what is the next step? © Thinking Bigger Business Change. In any form. From your surroundings, to your lifestyle to your very food habits. You need to set your priorities right and convert them into your daily routine to get it done each day. You need to be strong and let go off fears in your head. And yes, you can seek some guidance from time to time from wherever you feel is apt for you. That's all you need, ‘a change', be it the smallest possible alteration in your life. Do it and then watch how everything else will fall into place itself. Take that first step and see how things work out.
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