Film actress Meera was admitted to a hospital in Dubai on Monday for tests after she complained of pain in her stomach. Meera was admitted to the American Hospital in Dubai.
Doctors have advised Meera to seek an operation for her condition, but a final decision in this regard may be made after the results of her blood tests are received.
According to doctors, Meera has also complained of burning sensations on her skin. Doctors want the film actress to rest for the time being while they assess her symptoms.
Meera asked her fans to pray for her quick recovery. She also revealed that she had just returned from touring the United States, and had been complaining of stomach pain since some time.
Fans of the film star and other well-wishers from the Pakistani community in Dubai visited Meera in hospital and prayed for her recovery.
Is Saba Qamar doing a movie on Kulbhushan Jadhav?
Saba Qamar is here to set the record straight.
In a recent social media post, the actor put to rest rumors of her signing on a new project about the Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Qamar wrote on Twitter that she found the rumors rather "funny", tagging the publication which started the fake news.
"It's always so funny to know that behind my back, I have signed another film that even I am not aware of," the star wrote.
"Honestly, if I do a film, I will tell all of you myself. That's what I am here for. I am only doing Kamli for now, so stop posting fake news for the sake of ratings."
It’s always so funny to know that behind my back I have signed another film that even I am not aware of! ?Honestly If i do a film I will tell all of you myself ...
UK teen arrested for allegedly selling music for cryptocurrency
British police said Friday they had arrested a 19-year-old man for stealing unreleased songs from musicians´ websites and cloud-based accounts, as part of a US-led investigation.
The teenager, who was arrested in Ipswich in eastern England, is also suspected of selling the stolen music in exchange for cryptocurrency, according to a statement from the City of London Police intellectual property crime unit.
A raid was also carried out on a property in London.
The Manhattan District Attorney´s office launched the investigation following referrals from the management companies of recording artists who had been targeted.
Police also said they had used information received from IFPI, the body representing the global recording industry, without giving further details on the artists.
"This sort of crime causes significant financial loss to those who work so incredibly hard to produce, write and make music for their fans to enjoy," Detective Inspector Nick Court from ...