Apple iPhone X may be hurting iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus sales

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As the sale of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus began in several countries on Friday, queues outside Apple Stores were shorter than previous years, and the growing craze to own “super premium” iPhone X is likely to be the reason. Various Apple Stores across the world reportedly saw a lot thinner crowd, far fewer than last year’s iPhone 7 launch.

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Studio Weekend Estimates: ‘Kingsman’ Golden w/ $39M; ‘Lego Ninjago’ Starts w/ $21.2M; R-Rated Titles Comprise 8 of Top 10

Sunday Update: R-rated titles made up eight of the top 10 films at this weekend’s box office, as Fox’s action sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle drew circles around the competition with a $39.0 million start.

Boxoffice could not immediately determine the last time so many of the top 10 films in a weekend were rated R — if ever.

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Donald Trump defied at Wembley as Jaguars and Ravens kneel for anthem

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• US president suggested players should be fired for disrespecting anthem
• Up to 25 players in NFL game at Wembley take knee as others support move

Twenty-seven players from the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens took a knee during the singing of the US national anthem at Wembley Stadium on Sunday as the protest against the US president,

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'Unacceptable': Australia go 3-0 down in one-day series against India

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  • Australia 293-6; India 294-5 – India win by five wickets in Indore
  • Steve Smith damns tour results in India as ‘pretty ordinary’

Steve Smith says his side’s recent results are unacceptable for an Australian cricket team after suffering a demoralising series defeat in India ahead of the Ashes.

India wrapped up the best-of-five one-day internationals

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Treatment of women in Pakistan

Treatment of women in Pakistan

Pakistan does not treat its women well. This can be attributed to two traditions the country has inherited. One, women’s poor status is common in the Muslim world. They are segregated and don’t have access to the government supplied social services that equal those available to the male population. There is no better example of this than the att

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Thank you, Syedna

Thank you, Syedna

This week, I met a couple from South Africa outside one of Karachi’s favourite restaurants – BBQ Tonite. They were members of the Dawoodi Bohra community, as was evident from their appearance, and had come to attend the Ashara Mubaraka. It was a pleasure talking to them as they were quite keen to know more about the city that was hosting t

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