Author: Asma Iftikhar

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry new chapter of life

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have started a brand new chapter of their lives in la, California, are already joking about major future plans for his or her family of three. If a report by the Daily Mail is to be believed, the Duchess of Sussex is already cracking up jokes about expanding her family following her move across the pond with husband Prince Harry and 11-month-old Archie. The publication citing a detailed friend of Meghan revealed that she wants a ‘pint-sized little buddy’ that Archie could play with. “She joked that he needs a pint-size little buddy apart...

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Djokovic defeated Murray haunted by 2016

Andy Murray admits that his Roland Garros final defeat in 2016 to lifetime rival Novak Djokovic remains one among his most shattering losses. Djokovic triumphed in Paris, 3–6, 6–1, 6–2, 6–4 to capture his first and only French Open title. On Friday, Murray and Djokovic shared an Instagram Live chat where they discussed a rivalry which began in childhood and remains going strong in their early 30s. “If I could change one result, I obviously would have loved to win the Australian Open or the French Open, but as a challenge on behalf of me, because the clay was...

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Iran allowed some shuttered Tehran businesses to reopen

Iran allowed some shuttered Tehran businesses to reopen Saturday despite the centre East’s deadliest coronavirus outbreak, as many faced a bitter choice between risking infection and financial ruin. Top officials argue that Iran’s sanctions-hit economy cannot afford to stay on lockdown, and approved similar measures in other provinces last week. There was a “significant” uptick in highway use on Saturday, in line with Tehran’s traffic police captain, who told state TV that some anti-congestion measures had been lifted to discourage the use of public transportation. India toughens rules on investments from neighbours, seen aimed toward China Some Tehran residents...

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Bangladesh government failed to provide wages during the lockdown

Hundreds of workers poured onto the streets of Bangladesh’s port city of Chittagong on Saturday because Bangladesh government failed to provide wages to them, Which cause flouting social distancing rules to demand work and wages during the coronavirus shutdown. Bangladesh, the world’s second-largest apparel producer after China, is about to lose about $6 billion of export revenues this twelvemonth as retailers and types across the globe cancel orders, two industry bodies have said. The country reported 306 new cases of coronavirus and nine more deaths on Saturday, taking the whole to 2,144 cases and 84 deaths. Those figures are...

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