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  1. [embed_video1 url= style=center] JEDDAH: For years Areej al-Ghamdi could only cheer her favourite football team from home, but everything changed on Friday when Saudi Arabia allowed women into the stadium for the first time. The university student was among around 300 Saudi women who thronged Pearl stadium in the Red Sea city of Jeddah after the ultra-conservative kingdom eases decades-old rules separating the sexes. "I came with my father and my brother -- we´re fans of Al-Ahli," said Ghamdi of the Saudi Premier League club facing off against Al-Batin. The young woman said she always used to cheer her home team from the comfort of her living room. "We love the club very much, and our home would often become an arena for supporters," she said. "This is the first time we´ll be cheering for real, not just in front of the television," said Ghamdi, who wore a black abaya robe and a black scarf with a green Al-Ahli scarf round her neck. "It is so much better here." The game began at 8:00 pm (1700 GMT), but two hours before the historic kick-off enthusiasm was palpable as women supporters began arriving at the stadium. Among the first was a woman accompanied by a younger female and a girl. A boy sat next to them in seats that had been reserved for women who come alone or with members of their families, namely male relatives. The women entered the stadium through a special gate, while male supporters filed in through a separate entrance. ´Historic day´ Saudi Arabia, which has some of the world´s tightest restrictions on women, has long barred them from sports arenas through strict rules that keep the sexes apart in public. Glass panels were set up to separate men supporters from the women and family section of the stadium. "This event proves that we are heading for a prosperous future. I am very proud to be a witness of this massive change," Lamya Khaled Nasser, a 32-year-old fan from the Red Sea city, told AFP. Ruwayda Ali Qassem, another Jeddah resident, spoke of a "historic day in the kingdom which culminates (in) ongoing fundamental changes". "I am proud and extremely happy for this development and for the kingdom´s moves to catch up with civilised measures adopted by many countries," she said. ´Daughters can´t believe it´ Saleh al-Ziadi brought his three daughters to the game. "My daughters still don´t believe this is happening. They have not yet realised they will be cheering their favourite team inside the stadium," he said. The women entering the venue waited in long queues to be searched by women security personnel who wore orange vests over their black abayas, while inside the stadium another team directed them to their seats. Jeddah resident Noura Bakharji was among those who patiently waited for her turn, and for a reason. Bakharji said she always felt bitter when her brothers came home from stadiums to tell her about the excitement of watching football matches in person. "I always watched games on TV while my brothers went to the stadiums... I asked myself repeatedly ´Why I can´t go?´" she told AFP. "Today, things have changed. It´s a day of happiness and joy." Under Saudi Arabia´s existing guardianship system, a male family member -- normally the father, husband or brother -- must grant permission for a woman´s study, travel and a host of other activities. Fatimah Baeshen, spokeswoman at the Saudi embassy in Washington "rooted for the ladies" in a message on Twitter. "As we speak; Saudi women fans are entering soccer stadiums! This is more than women´s rights: today´s match between Al-Ahli and Al-Batin, and the ones to follow, are opportunities for families to come together and enjoy KSA´s national sport -- soccer! I´m rooting for the ladies -- enjoy!" Baeshen tweeted. Friday´s match was the first in a series that will be open to women: a second is due to take place on Saturday and a third on January 18. And in June, as part of a reforms drive led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, authorities are lifting a ban that prohibited Saudi women from driving. And the result of Friday´s game? A 5-0 defeat for Al-Batin -- and a victory for women in Saudi Arabia.
  2. We all like puzzles. Especially the kind that flummox you and fracture your brain. Well, it turns out that the British Household Cavalry loves puzzling us as well. Their official Twitter page shared an image with six soldiers smartly hidden in the forest and perfecting the camouflage act, daring the public to locate them all. Here's a Christmas Day teaser for you. This picture was taken back in July on Salisbury plain and will test your powers of observation. Can you spot 6 of our camouflaged soldiers in the Wood? All will be revealed on Boxing Day Happy Christmas and happy hunting! ð²âï¸ð²âï¸ð² — Household Cavalry (@HCMRegt) December 25, 2017 Few observant people were able to locate a couple of soldiers although it was insanely difficult. However, no one seemed to be able to spot them all. So after a long tease and game of 'hide and seek', they revealed the positions of the soldiers and people were SHOOK. Our soldiers revealed. How many did you find? #trustedguardians #tofind #toseek #notyield #pickyiurposition — Household Cavalry (@HCMRegt) December 26, 2017 After all, they guard the Queen of England, so what else do you expect from them but pure perfection?
  3. Samsung has been working in partnership with KDDI and demonstrated realistic 5G speeds on a moving train in Japan. The engineers were able to achieve download speeds of around 1.7 Gbps on a train that was moving at a speed of 100KM/HR. The tests were carried out from October 17th through the 19th in the city of Saitama in Japan, near Tokyo. For the tests, Samsung's 5G pre-commercial end-to-end solution was used, which is composed of a 5G router (CPE), radio access unit (5G Radio), virtualized RAN and virtualized core. (c) Samsung During the actual test run, an 8K video was downloaded and a 4K video was being uploaded at the same time. Samsung used their own systems and hardware to achieve these speeds. Results from the test show that Samsung's 5G tech has low latency and can support a large number of connections to a single access point. Yoshiaki Uchida of KDDI declared, "the success of today's demonstration in everyday locations such as a train and train station is an important milestone indicating 5G commercialization is near.” (c) Youtube “The potential that 5G holds is powerful enough to transform the landscape of our daily lives,” said Youngky Kim, President and Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics. “The success of today's demonstration is a result of our joint research with KDDI, which we will continue to pursue as we explore next-generation networks and use cases. This will include research on diverse spectrums and technologies, as well as new business models and applications.” Samsung and KDDI hope to have this technology implemented by 2020 as current generation 4G LTE technology is restricted with low download speeds and high service costs. Implementing this technology will change how media is consumed on smartphones and will also make access to the internet easier. 5G is a technology that has been long under development and will hopefully bring high-speed internet connections to all without the limitations of current generation hardware.
  4. [embed_video1 url= style=center] LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Leader Shafqat Mehmood remarked that he doesn?t see governing Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz completing its tenure. PML-N has become disappointed after the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif, he said, while speaking exclusively to Geo News. He also remarked that it isn?t appropriate for Maryam Nawaz to give statements against PTI chief Imran Khan on social media. ?Imran Khan is the leader of a national political party,? he added. The children of Sharif family are going to the public in the hopes of saving the party, remarked Mehmood. ?Sharif family is stressed because their 30-year-old corruption has been exposed.? Earlier in the day, Mehmood spent time and assisted patients at the free medical camp of PTI. In a new wave of tirade against PML-N, PTI Spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry remarked on Sunday that government is completing its mourning period not tenure. In a statement, he quipped that Rs10 million will be given to the person who is able to identify the real prime minister and finance minister of the country. Nawaz Sharif thinks that everything against him is a conspiracy, Fawad said. ?The only conspiracy is the way Nawaz got Rs300 billion in his account,? he added.
  5. 5000hp is not a joke, and it is safe to say that the Devel sixteen that claims to be capable of hedging out that kind of power has no contenders in the market. Wait a minute, Devel Sixteen? We think the makers got the spelling wrong. 'Devil' sixteen is probably what they were going for. The newest render of the concept is on display at the Dubai Motor show and we can bet our butt on the fact that you're going to be talking about this one for years. The glorious revelation was made on Children's Day, but trust us when we say this, this car is no toy. Here, take a look at the unveil. Steve Morris Engines has been talking about this outlandish vehicle for several years now, making most enthusiasts dizzy in anticipation. The Dubai based concept car first debuted in 2013 at the Dubai Motor Show but the excitement was quick to die down because materialising a car of that calibre felt like a far fetched dream. It's only fair that its latest render is out today in Dubai, re-stirring dormant hopes. This time it's real and much closer to its production variant. © Motor Trend The bodywork is easily reminiscent of a futuristic aircraft. When you look at the milky white coach with black accents you could imagine Storm Troopers hopping right in a cruising around the world like it is nobody's business. If only it could fly! There's another variant in greyscale that's pretty mean looking, much like the prototype that had been the face of the brand for years. © Motor Trend Will it be street legal? Can't say, because putting 5000hp in human hands that are not driving it on a racetrack, is like giving them a key to a portal that will unleash demon-esque mayhem on roads. The sixteen cylinders of the gasoline guzzling 12.3 litre quad-turbocharged engine spell nothing but hellish speeds and who wouldn't want to see how much over 500kmph the ultra automobile could do. We can't even imagine what the 0-100kmph or 0-500kmph specs would look like. Lightning fast and unsurpassed. © Motor Trend A new alpha has arrived and we are no longer going gaga over the Koenigsegg Agera RS or the Hennessy Venom F5 that have made us lose our marbles over their claimed 400kmph top speeds. The makers haven't announced when the car will go in production and if at all it would be seen on the roads, but the wait is going to be worth it because like we said right at the beginning, 5000hp is not a joke.
  6. Drunk texting, embarrassing texts, words of regret during an argument, sending the wrong text to the wrong person and cringing after that. Been there done that? Yeah, we all have. Lord knows how many times we have wanted to hurl ourselves off the building after hitting send, knowing that no power on earth can undo what we just did! Turns out that our prayers have actually been answered, as Whatsapp is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to delete a text within seven minutes of hitting send! © Twitter The feature is called 'Delete For Everyone'. So you basically select the message you want to delete (mind you, it's a Cinderella story so seven minutes time window is crucial), then you will get three options: to go back to chat, to delete the text from your phone and the magical option of deleting it for everyone. Also, messages sent on broadcast cannot be deleted. So be it your job or a relationship, Whatsapp is doing everything to save your regrets! People are obviously celebrating this. WhatsApp 'delete for everyone' feature has been released , thank God ,now I can delete mistakenly sent porn vdios .. — Tweetera (@DoctorrSays) October 29, 2017 Big up to WhatsApp, now you can delete a message you sent by mistake. Now we need the feature to exit a group quietly. — TheBachelor'sPen (@PhikaD) October 28, 2017 However, the feature is not something that was unheard of. Telegram has been way ahead of Whatsapp in this regard because it has been allowing users to revoke texts for a long time now. Now what next? Let's seriously hope for secretly exiting those annoying family groups without a notification. Wishful thinking, but who knows? Whataspp might just listen!
  7. Whatsapp users will no more have to fret over messages sent on chat windows they were not intended for. The messenger service has introduced a feature which will allow users to delete such messages sent to either a group or an individual chat. As stated on, the messages that one successfully deletes will be replaced with ?This message was deleted? in the recipients? chat. So if you see ?This message was deleted? in a chat, it means the sender deleted the message for everyone. However, a user cannot avail the opportunity of correcting their error hours after sending the wrong message. One can only delete the messages for everyone for up to seven minutes after sending it. Once the time is over, the window closes. There is no way to erase messages for everyone after seven minutes pass.
  8. With companies like Uber and Ola making travelling as convenient as possible for people, a similar structure will soon be implemented for flying as well; aircraft charter companies are planning on using an aggregator model to make chartered flights up to 50% cheaper for customers. According to The Times of India, working as an aggregator to optimize the use of the planes, a company would offer flyers all available aircraft on one platform. Most charter companies usually offer customers all the cost related to hiring an aircraft – everything from the fare from the home base to the cost of the trip to the empty return. © Charter Jet Airlines Now, honestly that would cost a hell lot of money, but thanks to this aggregator model chartering charges will drop significantly. This will be done by planning and strategically positioning the aircrafts across the country according to the demand and supply, which will in return reduce the overall flying time. This will obviously lower the costs for customers vis-a-vis the rate charged by a standalone charter company, according to Kanika Tekriwal, co-founder of Jet-SetGo, a New Delhi-based business charter company with cricketer Yuvraj Singh as one of its investors. “The cost differential can, hence, even be as high as 50%,” said Tekriwal. © Can Charter Aviation As of now, the cost of chartering an aircraft with about six to nine seats, can range from Rs. 1,50,000 to Rs. 2,00,000 an hour. Moreover, another aircraft charter company, Air One Aviation Pvt has offered up to 500 planes through its subsidiary Ezee Charter Pvt. One of its promoters, former president of Air Sahara Alok Sharma, said, “At a later stage, we want to launch holiday packages, which will have on offer flights according to passenger convenience and hotels to a group of people flying to a particular destination. Going ahead, I see a lot of charter flights being used for leisure travel and a big market is waiting to be tapped.” © Sun Air Charter In addition to the leisure travel, New Delhi-based Flaps Aviation is also about to launch an exclusive air ambulance service by the end of this month, which will be a first for the country.
  9. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaks during the Second Plenum of the 7th Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) at the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang October 8, 2017. Photo: Reuters File MOSCOW: North Korea?s leadership has told Russian lawmakers that it possesses a ballistic missile with a range of 3,000 kilometres (1864.11 miles) that will be able to reach US territory after modernisation, the Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday. Interfax cited Anton Morozov, a lawmaker and member of the lower house of parliament?s international affairs committee, who visited Pyongyang from October 2-6. North Korea aims to increase the range of its ballistic missiles to 9,000 kilometres (5592.34 miles), Morozov was quoted as saying. ?There was no talk about the deadline (for solving this task),? he said.
  10. In a world of automobile rarities, the Hyperion has got to be the rarest of them all. We've got good reason to be saying this, but in order to believe us, you've first got to take a look at the Rolls Royce marque. It'll come across as odd. When you look at its front fascia, starting with its bold nose complete with a shiny grille, it will fill you up with anticipation of what the rest of the vehicle has in store for you, but... the grandeur of the vehicle would come to an abrupt end, with its short rear end. It's like cutting a stretch limo in half, you're left wondering, "where did the rest of the car go?" That's probably what makes it so rare, its bewildering aesthetic, apart from the obviousness of it being the only car of its kind. We're not complaining, just surprised at the design that is visibly reminiscent of the automobile maker's celebrated Phantom Drophead series, left somewhat incomplete.. © Phantom Drophead Coupe/Wiki Commons Yes, the design of the roadster borrows heavily from Rolls Royce's 2007 Phantom Drophead Coupe, a rather elegant 2+2 seater vehicle, finished with an elaborate front and rear. In order to keep it as close to the Drophead's signature vintage design and keep it light on its wheels, the vehicle retained the bonnet from the Drophead but chopped off the tail (naturally, making the Hyperion a two-seater). © Pininfarina They even redesigned the retractible top in order to make it fold easily into wood veneer cover. Another element that added greatly to the Hyperion's agility was giving it a carbon fibre body work. © Pininfarina The interiors of the car are laden with wood veneer work, from the dash to the doors. The car gets plush leather seats in creme and a more luxurious made-to-order Girard-Perregaux watch that "can be removed from the facia and worn" on the wrist if an occasion calls for it-- some pretty neat thinking there! © Pininfarina What about the power specs? Well, the Hyperion, which is aptly named after a Titan from Greek Mythology, packs some real power under its hood. A 6.7 litre V12 litre engine that can pump 435hp is what makes it an all-round performer. The vehicle can attain a top speed of 250kmph and it can go from 0-100kmph in 5.6 seconds. © Pininfarina So what's the price tag on the Rolls Royce Hyperion? Nearly Rs 15.3 crore... what? Of course, it's a Rolls Royce, what were you expecting? And it's not just a Rolls Royce, it's a custom-made Rolls Royce that was designed in collab with the Italian automobile design and coachbuilding house, Pininfarina, you know, the guys that gave some of the most incredible Ferraris their signature aesthetics. (Knowledge nugget-- the design house was bought over by the Mahindra Group in 2015.) The Hyperion was first seen at the 2008 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, a prestigious charitable event for custom made cars, held annually in Pebble Beach, California, and there's no denying that it stole the show. Much like the Sweptail, it's the only car of it's kind ever made and to Pininfarina, the Hyperion came as an idea for "a custom-built car that revives the appeal of these historical cars of the Thirties". Guess it is safe to say that albeit in a peculiar way, the Hyperion maintains that aesthetic.
  11. Completing 50 years in the domain of performance vehicles called for a special announcement followed by a super special release and the nobody understands the importance of releasing with a bang more than Mercedes AMG. If you didn't already know about the Mercedes AMG Project ONE, we'll apprise you of their latest development, their flagship development-- a sleek ass two-seater hyper car with a rather efficient hybrid powertrain and "a purely electric and wheel selective front axle drive concept". What does that mean? Will the project one be a production car? When do they start production and when can we expect the first delivery? Will it release in India? We've tried to answer all your questions, just read on. For those of you who are not familiar with the concept of a hyper car-- a hyper car is a much advanced and vastly superior iteration of a super, designed especially for Formula 1 race cars. This means, it is lighter, has better aerodynamics, higher speeds and improved thermodynamics and propulsion BUT, and more importantly, at a significantly better fuel economy. Much of this is managed by building a lighter chassis, for instance a carbon composite one, like in the case of the Project ONE and incorporating hybrid engines, much like the turbo 1.6 litre V6 combined with quad electric motors, cumulatively pushing out 1000hp for a top speed of 350kmph! Improved and fully electric steering wheels, like in the case of Project ONE, and also make manoeuvring the vehicle easier, and therefore, swifter. © Twitter According to a report, the Project ONE will be the "most efficient hyper car you can get". Yes, the Project ONE is definitely a production car, in fact, it is as Mercedes says, "the first commercially available vehicle with F1 hybrid powertrain and road approval". While there are teasers and design projections of the vehicle doing rounds on the internet, the beast's true magnificence will only be revealed on September 12 at the IAA, Frankfurt Motor Show. According to a report, Mercedes claims to make the first delivery in 2019, without shedding light on when they begin production. Speculation has also revealed that the makers will only produce Project ONE 275 vehicles in all. © Mercedes Whether it'll make it to India or not is yet to be ascertained. Check out some of the teaser video here and stay tuned for our next scoop on the Project ONE for more details You can also watch the IAA event live here
  12. All of us are guilty of getting a little too attached with our favorite fictional characters. Be it superheroes, kings and queens, or badass villains. But behind those larger-than-life action scenes is..well… a superb visual effects team. They really do package it so well for us that we can't help but fall for the big picture. While we all know the reality, it's comforting to take refuge in fantasy every once in a while. After all, what are we without a little imagination. So when we came across these crazy visual effects on Twitter, naturally things were ruined for us. We thought it'd be selfish if we suffered alone. Safe to say you won't be able to unsee these. Hard to take someone seriously when they look like this — After Effect (@Vfx_post) August 4, 2017 How you think of yourself Vs you in real life — After Effect (@Vfx_post) July 25, 2017 The scene that gave us vertigo — After Effect (@Vfx_post) August 1, 2017 GOT ruined for us forever — After Effect (@Vfx_post) July 27, 2017 How you want it Vs how bae wants it After Effect. — Jim Reed (@JBR509) August 1, 2017 And you thought acting was easy?! — After Effect (@Vfx_post) July 31, 2017 Childhood. Memory. Ruined. — After Effect (@Vfx_post) July 30, 2017 How you see her Vs how she actually poses for the picture — After Effect (@Vfx_post) August 4, 2017 Real life is a lot more comical — After Effect (@Vfx_post) August 5, 2017
  13. <p class="MsoNormal">Well, it feels like we're one step closer to digital India!</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Next month onwards, people will no longer be required to carry a smartcard or waste their time standing in long queues to buy a ticket to ride the Mumbai Metro. The Reliance Infrastructure-promoted Mumbai Metro One has plans to introduce mobile tracking in order to ensure a faster and hassle-free commute for the people.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" src="" alt="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" data-original="" />© Twitter</p> <p class="MsoNormal">This basically means that commuters can just buy tickets or monthly passes using their Mumbai Metro App, and then they just have to pay with their mobile wallets or e-wallet, which will generate a QR code, according to officials.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">And then, while travelling, the commuter just has to place their mobile screen near the gate's sensor, and the code will be scanned automatically.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Officials also added that this new system will be the first mobile-based system to be implemented in the country.</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" src="" alt="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" data-original="" />© Twitter</p> <p class="MsoNormal">“Commuters will no longer need to go to a ticket counter or to customer care to get a ticket or a pass. All you need now is a smartphone,” said a senior official.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">But, even after this new system is in place, there are no plans to stop the sale of single and return journey tokens, 45-trip monthly passes and store value passes over the counter, in order to accommodate everyone. At least, there won't be long lines anymore, hopefully.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">The senior official added, “Most popular Metros in the world such as the London underground and the New York and Singapore subways use mobility cards.”</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" src="" alt="People Will Now Be Able To Book Your Mumbai Metro Tickets With Their Phone" data-original="" />© Twitter</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Mumbai is leading right now, but Delhi and Kolkata are not that far behind. This mobile-based system obviously has huge advantages and is quite beneficial for the people and the other cities are planning to introduce it soon as well.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Side note: In the whole Mumbai vs Delhi debate, Mumbai is winning as of now, at least in this area. Delhi, time to catch up!</p>
  14. Yes, dogs and cats are cool but if you've ever thought of having a tiger as a pet, there's some good news for you. The National Zoological Park in New Delhi is looking into the possibility of launching an animal adoption scheme for a lot of their animals. © IndianHoliday This isn't a first though, as several zoos across the country have launched a similar scheme where citizens have the chance to adopt an animal. So, if you're interested in ‘adopting' an animal, here's what you need to know – a person can finalize the ‘adoption' after paying a sum fixed by the zoo authorities. This money will then be used by the zoo to cover various expenses of the animal, including food and medicine. © delhigreens Acknowledging the adoption and to appreciate this gesture, the person's name will be displayed on the cage, and they will receive an official adoption certificate along with free entry to the zoo for a whole year. Moreover, the adopter will also be able to celebrate birthdays of the animals in the zoo. Isn't it so cool? © nearbylocation Even though this scheme would be valid on all animals, it is usually set up for large animals like tigers, lions and elephants, since they require the maximum expenditure. So, which animal would you want to ‘adopt'?
  15. This is Ryan Gosling – Oscar winner and all-round heartthrob. (c) Twitter This is also Ryan Gosling. (c) Instagram Oh, wait, no that's Johannes Laschet, a law student from Germany and menswear blogger. But you have to admit, he is a dead ringer for the 'La La Land' leading man. Since he's the most legit doppelganger we've ever seen, it literally made everyone on the internet collectively lose their minds. Laschet shared with TIME what life really is like when your celebrity twin is someone like Ryan Gosling. Apparently, being as handsome as a Hollywood star can be "a little exhausting and sometimes it's just too much." According to Laschet, people started comparing him to Gosling in 2005 when he was studying abroad for a year in the US. Laschet stated that while looking like Gosling isn't a curse(well, obviously), he's still very grounded. "I am still me and nobody else," he told TIME. "On the other hand, you shouldn't complain if you have a resemblance to Mr Gosling. It's better [than] if people would say: 'Hey, you look like Danny DeVito.'" He also agrees that Gosling can be a great style inspiration and that too coming from quite a popular menswear blogger. "Mr Gosling knows how to dress well and you can learn something from him," he further said. "Especially when he wears a smoking suit." It's still so hard to believe that this is not Ryan Gosling. A post shared by Johannes Laschet (@joe_laschet) on Jun 11, 2017 at 9:14am PDT A post shared by Johannes Laschet (@joe_laschet) on May 12, 2017 at 6:29am PDT It's a metaphor. A post shared by Johannes Laschet (@joe_laschet) on Apr 4, 2017 at 10:24am PDT A post shared by Johannes Laschet (@joe_laschet) on Jan 5, 2017 at 3:40am PST Will the real Ryan Gosling please stand up?
  16. [embed_video1 url= style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) informed the Supreme Court on Monday that it will be unable to complete its probe in the given 60-day time period due to ?difficulties? created by some state institutions. The JIT submitted its report to the special implementation bench headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan and comprising Justices Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Ijazul Ahsan. The bench observed that if hurdles are created in the work of the JIT, they will not be able to complete their probe in time. Justice Ahsan remarked that some departments have been accused of changing records after the JIT informed the bench that some institutions are delaying providing relevant records. The bench sought a reply from the Attorney General?s Office over the JIT's objections. Leaked interrogation picture SC seeks reply from JIT over Hussain Nawaz's leaked picture PM's son submitted petition stating leaked picture, recording of proceedings a violation of law and JIT's code of conduct Earlier, while hearing the petition submitted by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain Nawaz over his leaked picture and recording of the JIT?s proceedings, the bench perused the reply of the JIT on the petition. Justice Ejaz stated that the JIT has rejected most of the accusations levelled by the petitioner, adding that ?who leaked the picture and what action was taken against those responsible' is all in the report. When the petitioner's counsel objected to the recording of JIT proceedings, the bench observed that there is no bar on recording proceedings, adding that video recording is also carried out to produce accurate transcripts. Justice Ejaz observed that Khwaja Harris, Hussain's counsel, should look at the JIT's response if the Attorney General (AG) Office has no objections. To this, the additional attorney general replied that the JIT has no issues if the report is shared with the petitioner's counsel. The bench then directed Harris to peruse the report and submit his response on Wednesday. The bench also hinted during the hearing that it may release the report publicly. The prime minister's elder son recently petitioned the Supreme Court against the JIT after a picture of him during the interrogation was leaked in the media. He has also pleaded the court to bar the JIT from recording its proceedings. Earlier, sources had said the JIT had completed its probe into the leaking of Hussain's picture by conducting inquiries against personnel responsible for the JIT secretariat's security as well as CCTV recording. Moreover, at an earlier hearing, the bench had directed the head of the JIT, Federal Investigation Agency Additional Director Wajid Zia, to submit in writing the hurdles being faced by them on Monday. Several officials and members of the Sharif family, including National Bank of Pakistan President Saeed Ahmad and the premier's relative Tariq Shafi, have accused the JIT of maltreatment. The JIT ? formed on May 6 in light of the Supreme Court?s April 20 judgment in the Panama case ? has 60 days to complete its investigation into the prime minister?s family?s financial dealings abroad. PM summoned on June 15 The PM House, in a statement issued to the media on Sunday night, confirmed having received summons from the JIT and said the prime minister would appear before it on June 15. The JIT has already questioned the premier's elder son five times and his younger son, Hassan Nawaz, twice.
  17. Imagine you are walking down the street on a pitch-black dark night with no one to accompany you and no strangers to look at. All you can feel is the cool breeze, sending chills down your spine and suddenly you see a couple of dogs barking at nothing. Well, a situation like this is more than enough to give you goosebumps and a few sleepless nights once you reach home. When you are alone, even the pin drop silence can creep you out and though there might not be anything or anyone; you heart will still feel the chills. But, what if there is no one around yet you hear things that are simply inexplicable, like sound of a crying baby from a coconut tree? Ganesh Shetty’s short film perfectly taps to that grey area which intrigues everyone but remains unanswered. © YouTube ‘Paroksh’ is a short film based on a real-life event that initially kick-starts as a horror film but ends up delivering an important message – “there’s more than what meets the eye.” The story revolves around a family living in a village where every night they hear cries of a baby coming from a coconut tree. The family was left bewildered and fear-stricken as they tried to figure out whether there were any evil spirits residing in the tree. They even called an ‘occultist’ to see to the matter and help them get rid of the wailing ghost. However, things turned rather strange and humourous when the crying baby’s identity was revealed. The baby was actually a cell phone and the crying was the ringtone. This short film beautifully touches on the sensitive issue of superstition that still prevails in our society. Apart from the story and plot, it was the brilliant acting, cinematography and eerie background score that scared the sh*t out of us and won our hearts at the same time.
  18. According to a report by Korea Economic Daily, the Samsung Galaxy S8 may include a new feature that will have the ability to recognise faces so that you can unlock your phone with just your ugly mug. This feature along with an iris scanner and the fingerprint sensor will be used on the smartphone for added security. © Twitter We all are now accustomed to using a fingerprint sensor to unlock our phones, however, if latest leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S8 are true, the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the back of the phone, next to the camera sensor. This placement could feel a little awkward as you might smudge your camera lens by mistake but, the addition of facial recognition might just make things easier. According to an unnamed Samsung official, it is believed that using the face camera might be faster to unlock your phone than the traditional fingerprint sensor. The source believes that it would take less than 0.01 seconds to unlock the phone using the facial recognition feature on board the Samsung Galaxy S8. © Twitter Apart from facial recognition, the Galaxy S8 may also use the iris scanner to unlock the device. It is not the first time Samsung has included an iris scanner on a smartphone, as it was the star feature on the Galaxy Note 7 as well. Samsung might just add the iris scanner to the Galaxy S8 so that it can bring the technology back to life. The iris scanner uses unique patterns in your eyes to unlock the phone and make your dreams of being a spy come true. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be announced at an event on March 29th and all eyes are set on Samsung to see if they will be pushing the envelope with their latest flagship phone this year.