F H Shahzad

  • TWASHINGTON - US regulators Wednesday approved the first device that uses artificial intelligence to detect eye damage from diabetes, allowing regular doctors to diagnose the condition without interpreting any data or images. The device, called IDx-DR, can diagnose a condition called diabetic ...

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  • TCAIRO - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday it was "too early" to discuss direct negotiations with North Korea, after Vice President Mike Pence said the US was open to talks. Pence was quoted in the Washington Post on Sunday as saying the US and South Korea had agreed terms for future ...

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  • TWASHINGTON  - Top US House Democrat Nancy Pelosi made history by delivering the longest address to the chamber in at least 108 years, speaking for more than eight hours about protecting young undocumented migrants from deportation. The veteran California Democrat, who turns 78 next month, took ...

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  • TVATICAN CITY - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met Pope Francis on Monday while police enforced a protest ban in central Rome as feelings run high over Turkey’s offensive against Kurdish militia inside Syria. During the 50-minute audience, Pope Francis gave Erdogan a medallion ...

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  • TWASHINGTON - The US services sector expanded at a record pace in January, springing to life after slowing for two straight months, according to a business survey released Monday. The record growth represented the 96th month of uninterrupted expansion and was driven higher by surging new orders and ...

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  • TISTANBUL - Turkey on Thursday told France to stop lecturing it over its campaign in Syria, where Ankara is pressing a fierce offensive against a Kurdish militia. The warning from Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu came a day after French President Emmanuel Macron told Ankara it would be a "real ...

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  • TLAHORE The Punjab government has decided to launch a crackdown on brothels, liquor sellers, and gambling dens running in the City here on Thursday. In a letter forwarded to a secret agency, the Punjab govt will send complete lists of brothels, gambling dens, and liquor sellers, running in the ...

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  • TLAHORE - A decision has been taken to check the service records of all the derelict officials working at the lower courts across the province. For this purpose, special committees will be formed at district level to prepare the lists of these officials, sources said to Nawa-i-Waqt. After completion ...

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  • TLAHORE - Superior judiciary has rejected the Lahore Bar Associations demand for transfer of District and Sessions Judge Zawar Ahmad Sheikh till the recommendations of a committee formed in this regard headed by Justice Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhry of the Lahore High Court, The Nation has learnt. Reliable ...

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  • TLAHORE Despite the endorsement of Judicial Policy a year ago, the 110 approved posts of judges in subordinate judiciary have not yet been filled in Punjab, as around 1.2 million pending cases with a daily addition of 1,000 new ones are waiting for disposal. The number of judges have never been ...

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