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Agatha Christie returns to big screen with ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

Agatha Christie returns to big screen with ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

LONDON: Agatha Christie, the author dubbed the ‘Queen of Crime,’ is returning to the big screen after a decades-long absence with an adaptation of “Murder on the Orient Express,” directed by Kenneth

World’s highest hotel opens in Hong Kong

HONG KONG – The world’s highest hotel opened its doors in Hong Kong on Tuesday, housed in the city’s tallest skyscraper and offering unrivalled panoramic views of the world famous Victoria Harbour.
Towering some 490 metres (1,600 feet) above the bustling, chaotic streets of the Southern Chinese city, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel is making a grand comeback after temporarily closing in 2008.
Visitors peered out of the floor-to-ceiling windows of the 118th floor of the International

Pakistan-India cricket match – on big screen and going live

LAHORE – Lahoris are all set to witness the battle between the traditional rivals in cricket, Pakistan and India, as various communities have arranged for the big screens for match viewing.
The trend of watching the match on the big screens have been attracting people from all walks of life and classes, as the match screening is being organised in the posh areas of city and relatively lesser posh areas alike. Citizens are excited, to say the least to view tomorrow’s match, and

Parents urged to screen infants at home

LAHORE – Foundation for Rehabilitation & Education of Special Children (FRESH) Chairperson Ashba Kamran on Friday urged parents to screen infants at home to see the symptoms of learning difficulties.
She said that an early intervention was critical in changing the life of a child facing learning difficulties. News screening tests could now identify a child as young as six months of age, she added. According to the chairperson of FRESH, the earliest warning signs appeared at the

Chilean miner rescue hits big screen

BERLIN – Emblazoned on the cover of various magazines is a full-page advertisement for ‘Atacama’s 33,’ a retelling of the incredible story of survival in Chile’s northern Atacama desert which ended in such dramatic fashion in October.
Boy, that was quick! It seems like yesterday that the 33 miners, trapped deep underground for two months, were hauled to safety in scenes watched by hundreds of millions of well-wishers around the world. The movie industry has rarely been one to