Pakistan tightens business, work visas for Chinese nationals
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Pakistan tightens business, work visas for Chinese nationals

Pakistan tightens business, work visas for Chinese nationals NEW DELHI: Pakistan has announced new rules aimed at strengthening the issuance of visas – especially business and work visas – for Chinese citizens, Pakistani media reported. Pakistan’s Interior Ministry on Wednesday announced new rules on visas for those in China, a week after he said that the two Chinese citizens recently…

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NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS
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NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS

NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS NASA tests a new flexible solar panel on the International Space Station, which is developed to form a compact cylinder and can offer significant savings and an increase in satellite power in the future. Traditional solar panels used for power satellites can be uncomfortable with heavy folded panels that use mechanical hinges. Smaller and…

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Srinagar: Another cop posted where DSP Pandith was lynched
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Srinagar: Another cop posted where DSP Pandith was lynched

Srinagar: Another cop posted where DSP Pandith was lynched Sajad Khaliq Bhat, the Superintendent of the Northern Police of Srinagar, has been transferred following the lynching of SP MP Mohammed Ayub Pandith in Jammu and Kashmir, ANI reported. Pandith was stripped and lynched by a mob out of Jamia Masjid’s story for Friday, sparking outrage across Kashmir and widespread condemnation,…

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Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts
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Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts

Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts LONDON: An asteroid attack on Earth is only a matter of time and could destroy major cities, according to experts. According to Alan Fitzsimmons of Belfast Queen University in the UK, this is a case where an asteroid collision will occur, rather than if it would. The warning comes before the day of…

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US to experience rare total solar eclipse
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US to experience rare total solar eclipse

US to experience rare total solar eclipse WASHINGTON: For the first time in nearly a century, the United States is gearing up for a side-by-side solar eclipse, a rare celestial event that millions of Americans, cautiously, be able to observe. During the eclipse of August 21, the first of its kind since 1918, the Moon will pass between the sun…

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New York Today: Sales Slow for Shops at Penn Station
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New York Today: Sales Slow for Shops at Penn Station

New York Today: Sales Slow for Shops at Penn Station After much anticipation, there were no major problems at the Pennsylvania station, while repairing the track began on Monday – for passengers, at least. However, the sellers were less satisfied. Workers at several stores in the station on Monday morning, said the companies shaken injured traffic. At the height of…

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Column CFPB's long-awaited arbitration rule may be a short-lived victory for consumers
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CFPB’s long-awaited arbitration rule may be a short-lived victory for consumers

CFPB’s long-awaited arbitration rule may be a short-lived victory for consumers Athletes have had a good reason to hold on Monday after the Consumer Protection Office, after years of preparation, has issued a rule blocking credit card companies, banks and other financial institutions to put obstacles in Path of participation in class procedures. This is a big problem. But the…

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