Google Plans to Launch its Pixel Phones in India


Google plans to launch its Pixel phones in the southern state of India.

Google is planning to manufacture its Pixel phones in the southern India state of Tamil Nadu, which will be available in the market this year itself.

According to a global news agency, Google’s parent company Alphabet is planning to manufacture its Pixel smartphone in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and to implement it, it has partnered with Foxconn, the world’s largest electronics manufacturer. It has also been done in Taiwan.

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Sources in this regard said on condition of anonymity that Google will manufacture the latest models of its smartphones in the state of Tamil Nadu for which Foxconn will support it. Its flagship Pixel 8 will be available in 2024.

Citing multiple sources, the report added that the technology company will prepare production lines for its high-end Pixel 8 Pro smartphones in the coming weeks and start manufacturing the phones in the April-June quarter.

The report did not say how many phones Google plans to make in India, nor was there any information on whether the phones would be sold only in India or if they would be exported to other countries outside of India.

Foxconn which already manufactures Apple’s iPhones near Chennai in Tamil Nadu.

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Price and Specifications of Vivo V30 5G in Pakistan


Check out the latest Vivo V30 5G Price and Specifications in Pakistan.

Find out the latest specifications and price of Vivo V30 5G in Pakistan. Vivo V30 5G was released on March 13, 2024, and is priced at Rs 139,999.

This powerful smartphone has 12GB of RAM and a massive 256GB storage capacity.

With two gorgeous hues to choose from, Peacock Green and Waving Aqua, the Vivo V30 5G is a sight to behold its sophisticated camera system, which consists of a 50 MP autofocus front camera and two 50 MP back camera with OIS for superb picture quality and detail, will be appreciated by photography enthusiasts.

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A strong 5000 mAh Li-ion battery powers the Vivo V30 5G, guaranteeing long-lasting use. With its quick 80W charging capability, you can be as productive as possible with little downtime.

Following are the complete specifications of Vivo V30 5G:

      SIM Support Dual Sim
      Phone Dimensions              164.4 x 75.1 x 7.5 mm
      Phone Weight                           186 g
      Operating System                    Android 14 OS
      Screen Size                    6.78 Inches
      Screen Resolution                 1260 x 2800 Pixels
      Screen Type                       AMOLED
      Screen Protection                    Schott Alpha
      Internal Memory                        256 GB
      RAM                         12 GB
      Card Slot                          NO
      Processor        Qualcomm Snapdragon® 7 Gen 3
      GPU                           N/A
      Battery Type                  Li-Ion 5000 mAh
      Front Camera                         50 MP
     Front Flash Light YES                        YES
     Front Video Recording              4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps
     Back Flash Light                         Yes
     Back Camera                50 MP OIS + 50 MP
  Back Video Recording    4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS


   Bluetooth                        Yes
    3G                        Yes
   4G/LTE                        Yes
    5G                        Yes
    Radio                        No
    WiFi                       Yes
    NFC                       Yes


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The Health Organization’s Warning about Heatwaves Continues


The NIH has issued a warning against sunstroke and heatwaves.

The National Institutes of Health has issued a warning that heatwaves have intensified across the country, with heat waves becoming more dangerous and damaging. And global warming is being blamed for climate change.

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports that heat waves are becoming more dangerous and damaging, and it predicts an increase in heat stroke-related morbidity and mortality.

According to the National Institutes of Health, it is advisable to take immediate precautions against heat stroke, such as avoiding direct sunlight.

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The consequences of heat waves can be avoided by staying hydrated as per the Heatwave and Sunstroke advice. According to the National Institute of Health, typhoid fever can also be caused by excessive heat.

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Daud Kim Inaugurated Mosque in South Korea


Famous Korean Youtuber Daud Kim inaugurated a mosque in South Korea.

Famous Korean Youtuber Daud Kim has inaugurated a mosque on Yeongjong Island in Incheon, South Korea.

Daud Kim posted a video on Instagram showing several shots of the mosque’s construction and footage of people praying inside.

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In his Instagram post, Kim expressed his gratitude and joy, writing,

Alhamdulillah I finally did it 🕌❤️ With your help, I made a home of Allah (SWT). I also know that many people are concerned. But I will never give up on my dream of building a mosque. Thank you.

The singer and YouTuber addressed his followers personally, encouraging people who want to assist in his quest to volunteer, highlighting the project’s community-driven character. Kim posted pictures from the mosque’s dedication, where he and other attendees said prayers, on his Instagram story.

The construction of the mosque was a difficult undertaking. Kim used donations to pay the $136,500 down payment for the land. However, the development of a religious complex on Yeongjong Island caused strong opposition to his plans from the locals of Incheon. The landowner terminated the contract due to the backlash, stating that they were unaware of Kim’s plans to construct a mosque.

Even with these challenges, Daud Kim didn’t waver. He overcame local opposition and controversy to complete the mosque’s construction. His admirers and followers have applauded his fortitude in the face of hardship, having seen his dedication to establishing a house of worship.

It should be noted that Daud Kim, who announced his conversion to Islam in September 2019, has 3.5 million Instagram followers and 5.52 million YouTube subscribers.

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Some Precautionary Measures to Prevent Heat Waves in Pakistan


Some precautionary measures to avoid severe heat waves in Pakistan.

After the heat waves warning from the health department in Pakistan, medical experts have advised to take precautionary measures to avoid extreme heat.

The Meteorological Department says that from now till May 27, there is a possibility of heat waves in most parts of the country, especially Punjab and Sindh.

Daytime high temperatures in Sindh and Punjab are forecast to be 4–6 degrees Celsius above average between now and May 23 and 6–8 degrees Celsius above average between May 23 and 27.

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Consuming Cold Drinks

Health experts suggest drinking more water by adding lemon, salt, light sugar, and mint leaves to water to protect your body from heat waves and keep you cool.

Conversely, if you don’t have air conditioning, improve the temperature in your home before going to bed, says Julie Goodrick, an ecologist at the University of Burton. Its ideal comfortable temperature range is 18 to 21 degrees Celsius.

Similarly, use light-colored sheets for bed, avoid sleeping during the day, and keep your body as cool as possible.

Wear loose and light-colored clothing to prevent perspiration and allow the body to breathe.

To avoid extreme heat you can use a cooling pad to keep the body cool, and use cold water for a bath.

According to the UK’s Health Security Agency, extreme heat causes more deaths, so use more water to avoid heatstroke.

Minimize consumption of hot drinks like tea, coffee, etc., stay away from caffeinated drinks, and try cold drinks like lassi, water, and desi drinks.

Limit your diet to home-cooked meals, avoid eating out, and eat more fruits and vegetables at home.

In the UK, the Health Security Agency has advised people to use umbrellas or white towels in hot weather and stay in the shade when going out.

Don’t let children get dehydrated and protect them from the sun to avoid heat stroke.

Also, try to avoid physically unnecessary activities during a heat wave.
Avoid the sun and do not work outside between 11 am and 3 pm.

Set Exercise Times

Avoid exercising during the hottest parts of the day; Instead, exercise in the early morning or late afternoon when it’s relatively cool outside, and drink plenty of water. Wear sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.

Most people drink cold water immediately after stepping out of the sun to avoid the extreme heat, which increases the risk of catching a cold, sore throat, or cough.

So it is better to use a clay pot as its minerals are healthy and its water is quite cold.

Medical experts recommend taking extra care of your pets in the summer and providing them with maximum comfort.

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Third Flight Carrying Students from Kyrgyzstan Arrived in Pakistan


Third flight carrying students from Kyrgyzstan safely reached Pakistan.

The third flight carrying students from Kyrgyzstan reached Pakistan safely. According to the news, Flight KA 4571 landed at Allama Iqbal Airport at 2.30 pm, special arrangements were made for the students on the government’s instructions.

According to reports, flight A4571 landed at Lahore airport twenty minutes late, and students’ parents and relatives were at the airport in large numbers to meet their loved ones.

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Even earlier, two special flights from Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, returned home with more than 180 passengers including students.

Around 180 passengers, including Pakistani students, reached home safely from Bishkek on 2 special flights. Flight KA4575 carrying 180 students and passengers from Bishkek landed at Islamabad Airport.

Flight A6571 reached Lahore with 180 passengers including students. Students’ families and relatives were also present at the airport on this occasion.

The family said that our children are coming to Pakistan with your help, children were treated inhumanely. The children have run out of food and drink, the government should ensure the evacuation of the students soon.

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Blogging of Young Vlogger Muhammad Shiraz has come to an end

Pakistan’s youngest blogger Mohammad Shiraz has said goodbye to blogging.

Pakistan’s youngest blogger Muhammad Shiraz has announced his retirement from the world of blogging after achieving significant success and immense love from his fans.

In a heartfelt farewell video posted on his YouTube channel, Mohammad Shiraz farewell to his followers, revealing that he is following his father’s advice and temporarily putting his blogging journey on hold to prioritize his studies.

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Expressing her deep commitment to blogging, Shiraz expressed her sadness at ending this chapter of her life but assured her fans of a possible return in the future.

Shiraz thanked her fans for their support during her blogging career and ended Vlog with her sister Muskaan from the bottom of her heart, leaving memorable memories for her audience.

As Mohammad Shiraz embarks on a new phase in his life, his fans are hoping for his return to the blogging arena, and are looking forward to his future endeavors.

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Warning of Three Heatwaves Continued, NDMA


NDMA has issued three heatwaves warning in 25 days.

Lahore: The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has issued a warning that there is a possibility of three heatwaves in different places of Sindh and Punjab during the next 25 days.

According to the NDMA, the cities of Umarkot, Tharparkar, Tandoalayar, Matiari and Sanghar in Sindh, as well as Bahawalpur and Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab are at risk of experiencing the first heat wave.

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According to the NDMA, the temperature in these places may rise to 40 degrees between May 15 and May 30. The first heat wave of the season can last two or three days.

The second heat wave, with temperatures likely to reach 45 degrees, is predicted to arrive in late May or early June and last for four to five days.

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A third heat wave is predicted in the first ten days of June which is likely to affect Tharparkar, Umarkot, Sanghar, Badin and Khairpur.

Meanwhile, isolated places over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Upper Punjab, North/Central Balochistan, and Kashmir are forecast to witness rain, gale, or thundershowers in the afternoon or evening.

Temperatures of major cities recorded this morning

Islamabad 22 degrees Celsius, Lahore 30, Karachi 29, Peshawar 24, Quetta 18, Gilgit 15, Murree 17 and Muzaffarabad 20 degrees Celsius.

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Six Months after Naran Tourists Reopened

The highway to Naran has been reopened for tourists six months later.

Naran has been reopened for tourists after six months, according to Deputy Commissioner Mansehra Adnan Khan.

During the summer, tourists from all over the country, including foreign tourists, also come and enjoy these wonderful places.

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Six months after the opening of the road, Seth Matiullah, chairman of the Kaghan Tourism Promotion Association, invited the tourists to come to Naran and thanked God for the full withdrawal of glaciers.

Since there is snow in this hot weather in Naran, there is a cold temperature in the area, which is pleasant for the viewers.

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Lake Saif-ul-Muluk is located 9 km from Naran. It is better to travel in special jeeps there. It takes one and a half to two hours to complete the 9 km.

For the Saif-ul-Muluk Lake, it is well -known that in the light of the fourteenth moon, the fairies come here at night and are beautifully fascinated. In fact, it is so cute that you get lost in the beautiful atmosphere of this lake and in the hills around it.

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Mexican Family Holds Record for most Unwanted Hair

A Mexican family has set a Guinness World Record for having unwanted body hair.

According to foreign media reports, a Mexican family has entered the Guinness World Records for the most unwanted body hair.

According to Guinness World Records, members of this family are born with a rare disease that causes hair to fall out all over the body.

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There are a total of 19 members in this family, including women, whose faces and bodies are covered with innumerable unwanted hair.

According to foreign media reports, four members of this family are more affected by this disease, while others are less likely to have this disease.

According to reports, these cases are identified in childhood, progress over time and are also inherited in later generations.

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