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See how working long hours can affect your body Overtime and long working hours raise the risk of illness and injury, irrespective of how hazardous a job is. It doesn’t make you productive, infact it reduces your normal productivity on the job. The 9-to-5 workweek has been a standard of American labor law for decades: It’s the standard by which full employment is measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by most economic indexes. Working long hours can affect the human body adversely. According to foreign media reports, It can make you fatter. While seated, you burn 50 fewer calories per hour than while standing. Research has shown that those who spend four or more hours sitting per day have a 125% increase in heart disease risk, and a 50% increased risk of death from any cause.According to researchers at University College in London, stressful work conditions, including long work hours, can double your risk of depression. 80% of ...

WhatsApp turns blue; clever ways to avoid it WhatsApp messages have always been accompanied by ticks to show sent and delivered messages, but they have also been the source of some confusion. Now the company has come up with the blue double click that represents if a message has been read, listened or viewed.According to TheKarachiite, “The app has now lit up double tick marks in a luminescent blue shade when a message has been read. This has lead to a huge difference ...
Pakistani ISPR movie ‘Defenders’ wins Best Documentary award in Rome ‘Defenders’ a Pakistani short documentary on Pakistan’s armed forces has won the ‘Best Documentary Award’ at the Rome film festival. According to local media reports, Director General Inter-Services Public Relation (DG ISPR) Major General Asim Bajwa has stated on Twitter that ISPR’s short film ‘Defender’ has won the Best Documentary Award in the Rome Film Festival on Saturday. DG ISPR congratulated the team for making a great movie which represents Pakistan in the international film ...
Kim Kardashian cancels trip to India American reality TV star Kim Kardashian who was about to make her entry in an Indian reality TV show ‘Big Boss’ has cancelled her trip to India over the visa issues. The organisers of her visit confirmed that Kardashian would not come to India, but refused to disclose the exact reason behind cancellation.According to Indian media reports, The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star hasn’t given a reason for opting out at the eleventh hour, ...
Esha Deol to replace Raghu, Rajiv on ‘Roadies’ Bollywood actress Esha Deol who is away from limelight from quite some time will make her debut on small screens with popular reality TV show ‘Roadies’ on MTV India. A leading Indian publication reports that Raghu Ram and Rajiv Laxman, who have been the pillars of the reality show, have quit the show and Esha will be replacing them. A source close to ‘Dhoom’ star also revealed that ‘she has a no-nonsense image and doesn’t ...
 Emma Thompson to be honoured at ‘British Independent Film Awards’ British Actress Emma Thompson will get a special honour at the British Independent Film Awards. The ceremony will take place on December 7, at London's Old Billingsgate. This year’s ‘BIFA’ nominations were announced earlier this month.She will receive the ‘Richard Harris Award for outstanding contribution to British film’ at this year’s award ceremony. “It is a very special award, in the name of an incredible actor who inspired so many people during his career,” said ...
MasterChef Pakistan nominated for ‘Asian Television Awards’ Pakistani first cooking reality game show ‘MasterChef Pakistan’ has been nominated for the prestigious 19th Asian Television Awards (ATA) and has become the first Pakistani reality show nominated for an International award.The show has been nominated in the 'Best Adaptation of an Existing Format' category. Other nominees in the category include ‘Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 2’ (Hong Kong), ‘Junior MasterChef’ (India), ‘The Voice’ (Philippines), ‘The Apprentice Asia’, ‘The Brain’ (China) and ‘Makeover Mission’ (India). ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2013


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlySeptember
Trade Balance $-2.380 bln
Exports $2.181 bln
Imports $4.561 bln
WeeklyNovember 13, 2014
Reserves $13.268 bln