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  1. Quetta's internet, mobile phone services, electricity fully restored; air, railway routes closed; Pakistan's death toll crosses 930
  2. Over 6,000 homes destroyed in Balochistan; Sindh rains kill 93 people; PM forms committee; army continues rescue operations
  3. The prominent businessman and scion of the Habib legacy had passed away on Friday at the age of 63
  4. In tonight's final, Ronaldo can join the club´s iconic forward Alfredo di Stefano on five European Cup triumphs. Photo: Reuters KIEV: Cristiano Ronaldo responded to his worst run of domestic form at Real Madrid with a record-smashing scoring...
  5. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Illustration/Files TOKYO/NEW YORK: Bitcoin extended its rally on Wednesday, breaking above $13,000 to a record high despite questions about the cryptocurrency?s real value and worries about a dangerous bubble. Bitcoin received a boost after Friday?s announcement by the main US derivatives regulator that it would allow CME Group Inc and CBOE Global Markets to list bitcoin futures contracts. The move opens the door to added regulation but also more mainstream adoption, as bitcoin futures and other derivatives would make it easier to trade the new asset class. ?Simply the perception in households around the world that the CME and the CBOE are providing legitimacy to bitcoin is really what is driving the massive rally here,? said Karl Schamotta, director of global product and market strategy at Cambridge Global Payments in Toronto. Bitcoin?s ascent of over 10-fold from below $1,000 at the start of the year has drawn regulatory scrutiny around the world. Some high profile individuals such as Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz have said the cryptocurrency should be outlawed. ?It took a long time to establish the methodology and the way bitcoin was traded. The original appeal came from the fact they were unregulated. However it?s clearly moved out of those shadows and into centre stage,? said Mick McCarthy, CMC Markets? chief market strategist in Sydney. ?We are in the throes of a bubble market, and one of the characteristics of a bubble market is that there is no way to know when the bubble will burst.? The current craze for bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, have been likened by some to the 17th-century Dutch tulip mania and more recently the dotcom bubble. ?If you look at this sort of pattern it has repeated itself many, many times. The only way it ends is when sentiment shifts and that?s a deeply unpredictable thing,? Cambridge Global Payments? Schamotta said. Bitcoin was up 12.42 percent at $13,127.01 on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange after surging to the record peak of $13,127.01. ?There is a lot of money flowing into Bitcoin right now, mostly motivated by ?fear of missing out? and greed,? said Leonhard Weese, president of the Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong.
  6. A copy of bitcoin standing on PC motherboard is seen in this illustration picture, October 26, 2017. Photo: Reuters TOKYO: Bitcoin extended its eye-popping rally on Wednesday, breaking above $12,000 to a record high despite questions about the cryptocurrency?s real value and worries about a dangerous bubble. Bitcoin received a boost after Friday?s announcement by the main US derivatives regulator that it would allow CME Group Inc and CBOE Global Markets to list bitcoin futures contracts. The move opens the door to added regulation but also more mainstream adoption, as bitcoin futures and other derivatives would make it easier to trade the new asset class. Buy it with bitcoin in New York, but it?s not cheap A few swipes of a mobile app are all it takes to fill your electronic wallet but the novelty comes at a hefty cost Bitcoin?s meteoric ascent of over 10-fold from below $1,000 at the start of the year has drawn regulatory scrutiny around the world. Some high profile individuals such as Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz have said the cryptocurrency should be outlawed. ?It took a long time to establish the methodology and the way bitcoin was traded. The original appeal came from the fact they were unregulated. However it?s clearly moved out of those shadows and into centre stage,? said Mick McCarthy, CMC Markets? chief market strategist in Sydney. ?We are in the throes of a bubble market, and one of the characteristics of a bubble market is that there is no way to know when the bubble will burst.? The current craze for bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, have been likened by some to the 17th century Dutch tulip mania and more recently the dotcom bubble. Bitcoin could threaten financial stability: US Fed official Decentralized digital currencies operate as a system with no central bank and are exchanged using cryptography Bitcoin was last up 4.48 per cent at $12,200.40 on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange BTC=BTSP after surging to the record peak of $12,276.00. ?There is a lot of money flowing into bitcoin right now, mostly motivated by ?fear of missing out? and greed,? said Leonhard Weese, president of the Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong.
  7. Life starts where the church ends. It's full of setbacks and pit falls. Results take time to show and if you aren't willing to put in the hustle, you won't make it. You'll be beat down on your knees and forced to not look up. What you do in situations like these decide your course of future. If you are going through such a situation remember why you lift. Remember what keeps you under the bar when the weight's trying to crush you. If life's taking you down, take life to the gym and remember these 5 things to come up strong and resilient. 1) Remember All The People Who Told You That You Wouldn't Grow. Remember The Discouragement. © YouTube Just like bosses who can't see you grow will discourage you at every endeavor you try to make, alike will be some gym bros. They will cut your way more than often. They will try to belittle you at every step. It will hurt but so does lifting heavy. The choice is yours. Either step down and fall back in your comfort zone or take the beating and ready yourself to slap them right back in the face with your hard work and success. 2) Remember The People Who Love You And Have Your Back. Remember The Love. © YouTube Love over hate. While haters will always be large in numbers, the people who love you should still prevail in your life. Whenever subjected to hate, remember the faces of people who have had your back, no matter what. A lot will try to take you down but only a few while levitate you. Count the evens and ignore the odds. 3) Remember The Efforts You Have Made To Come As Far As You Have Come. Remember The Struggle. © YouTube Road to success demands a lot of 'proving yourself'. So does progressing in the weights room. But make sure you prove things to yourself, not to others. Your hard work has brought you wherever you are. Don't start comparing yourself with others. Peer pressure is a silent killer. Even if defeats come and try to make you quit, just remember how hard you have worked to be where you are. 4) Remember The Passion You Have For Your Goal. Remember The Hunger. © Tnation Everything in life gets down to how hungry you are to achieve your goals. If you were hungry while imagining it, stay hungry while trying to achieve it and stay hungry while in the process. Just like The Rock says it- stay hungry and be the hardest worker in the room. 5) Remember That Withdrawal Is Not The Solution. Remember To Survive. © YouTube While sometimes all you feel like is pulling out of the situation but more than often that's not the solution. Everything seems to cave in and negativity surrounds but sun is only seen by the people who survive the cold night. Gains are made by guys who bear the pain and make progress. Quitting is never a solution. Surviving is.
  8. In the world of fitness, motivation is highly overrated. Everybody keeps looking for it. The problem with motivation is that it's fleeting in nature. You might feel motivated today and might not, tomorrow. It's never constant. Nice weather, hardcore music, a good mood and all that jazz can surely help you walk into the weight room but once a gruelling workout starts, all that fades away. Pain kills motivation. You quit. Why does this happen? Well, because you based your workout on a fleeting moment of external motivation. Motivation Will Fade. Discipline Will Persevere. Discipline breeds success. Discipline breeds relentlessness. Grinding with the iron takes discipline, not motivation. Heavy loads kill motivation just a couple of minutes into a hard workout but it's the discipline that makes you go right back under the bar again and, again. Discipline is the foundation stone of any type of physical transformation. Eating the same food every day, squeezing a gruesome workout after a long day at work and avoiding social hangouts- to do all this, you need discipline. Not motivation. Discipline Isn't A Characteristic. It's A Learned Skill. You are not born disciplined. You cultivate it. Trial and error will get you there, one day at a time. Just like a commendable physique isn't created in a couple of months or even years, discipline too, can't be learned in a day. You fail, learn and try again. We all have weaknesses and there needs to be a plan to overcome them. How Do You Do It? Start small. If for most of your youth you have been a rice bag, take things slow. As I mentioned above, disciplined isn't gained overnight. Start from setting a morning goal. Set up an alarm. Early rising will change the way you function for the rest of the day. Make sure to down a glass or two of water as soon as you are up. Start eliminating processed foods from your diet, one item at a time. You know what's bad for you, so just exclude those items from your diet. Make sure you are in work on time and out on time. Get in a workout in whatever capacity you can. Skipping a workout is a big NO for beginners. Remember, you are working on developing habits here. Focus on morning routines first. If your first few moments of the day are sorted so will rest of the day. If you succeed at doing this, you will see that building workout discipline will come rather easily.
  9. Rafael Nadal will aim to keep his unbeaten start to the clay season going when he meets Novak Djokovic for a 50th time in the Madrid Masters semi-finals on Saturday. Nadal is now 13-0 on clay this year as he swept aside Belgian ninth seed David Goffin 7-6 (7/3), 6-2 much to the delight a boisterous home crowd under the roof on the Manolo Santana centre court. Djokovic had an even easier day as he moved into the last four without hitting a ball on Friday as Kei Nishikori withdrew with a wrist injury. The Serb has a marginal 26-23 head-to-head record against Nadal. However, the two haven't met for nearly a year during which time Djokovic's form has dramatically dipped. "It's going to be a very tough match against one of the best players in the history of the sport," insisted Nadal. "I've been playing at a high level for many weeks, but I know tomorrow is a day when either I'll have to play really well or I'm not going to have many chances." Nadal eased past Goffin 6-3, 6-1 in their only previous meeting on his way to winning the Monte Carlo Masters last month before also lifting a 10th Barcelona Open. And only poor returning on his break point opportunities denied Nadal just as convincing a scoreline as the Spaniard took only two of his 14 chances. The 14-time Grand Slam champion had break points in the fourth and sixth game of the first set, but had to settle for breaking Goffin's resolve in a tie-break. Nadal finally broke in the third game of the second set before having to stave off four break points on his own serve to consolidate his lead at 3-1. The level of play from both players rose in a remarkable game with Goffin serving at 2-4 down as he kept Nadal at bay despite facing four break points, including one incredible cross-court backhand as he ran back to the baseline after being lobbed. Nadal wasn't to be denied, though, as he broke once more and served out to seal victory after exactly two hours on court. On the other side of the draw Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas advanced to his first ever Masters series semi-final by outlasting German wonder kid Alexander Zverev 3-6, 6-0, 6-4. The Uruguayan will face Dominic Thiem in the semi-finals after the Austrian swept aside Andy Murray's conqueror Borna Coric 6-1, 6-4. Halep into third final In the Women's Madrid Open, defending champion Simona Halep cruised back into the final for the third time in four years with a 6-2, 6-3 success over Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova. "I heard that I am the first player who does three finals here this tournament," said Halep. "I feel like (at) home here. "The crowd is supporting me all the time. The courts fit me. I feel that the altitude is helping me also." The Romanian reeled off five straight games to close out the opening set. Sevastova hinted at a fightback early in the second as she got out to a 3-0 lead. But Halep bounced back in emphatic fashion to win the last six games for the loss of just 14 points. Halep will face in-form Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic, who overcame Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4, 7-6 (7/4), to make her third final of the season.
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