We should focus more on our family than on clothes: Emma Watson
ISLAMABAD: British singer Emma Watson said that wearing cheap clothes does not mean that you are poor, you should focus on family instead of clothes.
According to Media Repor, Emma Watson said:
“We should always pay additional attention to our family than our clothes because you are more important than getting people’s attention.
Emma Watson recently declared his retirement from acting. Her agent said
The actress wasn’t accepting offers for brand new films, she wanted to spend time with her family.
According to the report, the actress has…
LAHORE: Leading Indian actress Kangana Ranaut has expressed sympathy from Pakistanis over the deteriorating situation of coronavirus in her country.
According to the details, the situation has deteriorated due to India’s Corona and good wishes for India are being expressed from all over the world, including Pakistan.
The number of Corona patients in India has crossed 16.8 million while about 128,000 people have died.
Yesterday, Faisal Edhi, head of the Edhi Foundation, had offered to send 50 ambulances and volunteers to India.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed solidarity with the people of neighboring India, which has been badly…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan cricket team captain and legendary batsman Babar Azam has come close to setting the record for the fastest batsman to complete 4,000 runs in one-day international cricket matches.
Babar Azam will need 192 runs in the next two innings of the next ODI to set the record. Babar Azam has so far scored 3,808 runs in 78 innings.
According to the popular cricket website Kirk Info, the record of completing 4,000 runs in the shortest innings is held by South African batsman Hashim Amla, who achieved this feat in 81 innings.
Second on the list is legendary West…
NEW YORK: Steve Jobs, the founder of American technology company Apple, applied for a job in 1973, which could sell for $ 50,000.
This questionnaire was filled out by Steve Jobs as a candidate for the job three years before he founded the Appellate Company, in which he answered the required questions.
The answers to the one-page application form were handwritten by Steve Jobs, who entered “Electronics Tech and Design Engineer” in the Special Ability box.