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  1. The blast occurred at a busy marketplace in Jalalabad. Photo: Tolo News An explosion ripped through the PD2 locality in Jalalabad, in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar on Tuesday. According to Tolo News, at least three people were killed in the blast, which occurred at a bustling market in the city. A number of shops were damaged in the blast. Officials have not yet confirmed any of the casualties. This is a breaking story and will be updated as reports come in
  2. A number of soldiers and civilians have lost their lives in IED blasts in the agency. Photo: File KURRAM AGENCY: Six people, including three women, lost their lives when a roadside bomb blew off near their car in the Maqbal area of Kurram Agency, political administration said. Another person was injured in the explosion near the Pak-Afghan border, the political administration said. A number of soldiers and civilians have lost their lives in IED blasts in the agency. Three reported dead in drone strike in Kurram Agency The strike targetted a local Taliban commander: sources Four security officials, including a captain, were martyred and three injured in an IED blast in Kharlachi, Kurram Agency, in October last year. Three officials were killed instantly while three were injured, according to the political administration of the agency.
  3. Priyanka Chopra is a globetrotter and the overflowing projects that keep dropping in her kitty make sure that she is on her toes and our eyes are in for a constant visual feast, courtesy her social media feed. Not your grandmother's pearls âªï¸â«ï¸ð´ #windswept A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Jan 17, 2018 at 9:07am PST She is currently chilling at the Sundance festival and promoting her next project with Jim Parsons which is titled 'A Kid Like Jake'. Blame it on the altitude! ððð #akidlikejake ã»ã»ã» #Repost @therealjimparsons Waiting to do that interview thang with @priyankachopra and @octaviaspencer @akidlikejake #sundance A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Jan 21, 2018 at 11:49am PST Lunchin n brunchin... smiles all around! #kidlikejake @octaviaspencer @silash pic credit: @therealjimparsons A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Jan 21, 2018 at 5:08pm PST The entire cast is having a blast and also, giving them company is RnB singer Usher. Heyyy... â¤ï¸ this crew! @therealjimparsons @clairedanes @octaviaspencer @silash #AKidLikeJake #sundancefilmfestival @danielpearle A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Jan 21, 2018 at 4:51pm PST Oh just casually hangin... Congratulations on the premiere of Burden tonight.. @usher #sundancefilmfestival A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on Jan 21, 2018 at 5:12pm PST Keep adding big names to your list of buddies PC!
  4. Nicole Ballantine, 26, holds a "rise up as 1" sign while participating in the second annual Women's March in Los Angeles, California, US, January 20, 2018. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon1 WASHINGTON: Hundreds of thousands of women and their male supporters turned out on Saturday for the second Women?s March, a nationwide series of protests against US President Donald Trump marking the end of his tumultuous first year in office. The coordinated rallies in Washington, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and about 250 other cities featured speakers who blasted Trump for policies that many said hurt women and urged voters to turn out for congressional elections in November. Sister rallies were staged in cities overseas. ?Your vote is the most powerful tool at your individual disposal,? actress Eva Longoria told the Los Angeles rally. ?Everybody who has the privilege of voting must do so.? Trump responded on Twitter by touting what he said were economic gains of the past year that benefited women. ?Beautiful weather all over our great country, a perfect day for all Women to March,? he wrote. ?Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months. Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!? Joblessness among women was 3.7 percent in December, below the overall US unemployment rate of 4.1 percent, according to the Labor Department. Even so, Katie O?Connor ? a 39-year-old lawyer from Knoxville, Tennessee, who travelled to Washington?s National Mall ? said she wanted Trump out. ?I don?t believe this administration is going to do anything good for women,? she said. Many of the protesters wore pink knit ?***** hats,? which were created for last year?s march as a reference to a comment made by Trump about female genitalia. The caps quickly became a symbol of women?s empowerment and opposition to the new president in the early days of his administration. Saturday?s march follows what many see as a pivotal year for women?s rights, with the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp social media campaigns against sexual harassment and misconduct. The movements sprang up after a string of scandals involving powerful men in Hollywood, Washington, and elsewhere. Many of Saturday?s speakers highlighted the theme of sexual assault, urging all Americans to fight back against what they see as a culture that tolerates the mistreatment of women. ?When it happens to a girl, it often means that she has to stand alone,? actress and model Olivia Munn said in Los Angeles, referring to sexual assault. ?We will always support you, stand beside you, so you don?t have to stand alone.? LA crowd largest Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti estimated the crowd at 600,000, and that it was the largest march in the country. In Washington, Democratic leaders addressed a gathering that appeared much smaller than the massive crowd that flooded the nation?s capital on Jan. 21, 2017, the day after Trump?s inauguration. ?So while we have this president celebrating his one-year anniversary, let?s give him an ?F? (grade) for his performance,? House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said while flanked by fellow Democrats. ?We don?t agonize, we organize.? An estimated 5 million people participated in the nationwide rallies in 2017, making it one of the biggest protests in American history. In Chicago, thousands of mostly female marchers gathered in Grant Park, with many carrying protest signs with slogans such as ?Strong women raising strong women.? City officials had put the size of the crowd at between 200,000 and 300,000, and organizers said it was at the higher end and slightly larger than the 2017 rally. Michelle Saunders, 41 ? a software saleswoman from Des Plaines, Illinois ? came to the rally with her 14-year-old daughter, Bailey. They also attended last year?s march. ?We are unhappy with the current administration and what it stands for, and want our voices to be heard,? Saunders said. Since the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump has had sharply lower approval ratings among women than among men. A Pew Research Center poll in May showed 46 percent of men approving of Trump?s job performance, while only a third of women did. March organizers hope to build on the energy felt by Trump opponents after his surprise election victory and channel it into gains for progressive candidates in November?s midterm elections, using the theme ?Power to the Polls.? Organizers want to register one million new voters and get more strong advocates for women?s rights in office. Activists say Trump?s policies rolling back birth control and equal pay protections have propelled many women into activism for the first time. In Virginia state legislative polls, 11 of the 15 newly elected Democrats were women.
  5. Emergency rescue personnel attend to the scene where a building collapsed in Antwerp, Belgium, January 15, 2018. Image obtained from social media. Landry Zoki/via REUTERS1 BRUSSELS: An explosion injured several people and brought down a residential building in the Belgian city of Antwerp on Monday evening, police said, stressing the incident was not related to terrorism. Belgian news agency Belga reported five people had been injured. Antwerp police said two adjacent buildings might have also been damaged in what state broadcaster RTBF said was a gas explosion. Belgium has been on high alert since deadly suicide bombings in 2016 and a wave of extremist attacks across Europe.
  6. QUETTA: At least four police personnel were martyred and 17 others injured on Tuesday when a power explosion rocked Quetta's Zarghoon road near the Balochistan Assembly building. The explosion took place near a police truck parked close to GPO Chowk on Zarghoon Road, located in the city's high-security Red Zone, around 300 metres from the provincial assembly building. geo_embedgallery Images from the location following the explosion DC Quetta Farrukh Ateeq confirmed that a police vehicle was targeted in the blast. However, he said he could not confirm the number of wounded persons. Sources said security personnel were on their way back upon completion of routine duty when the explosion took place. Geo News correspondent Salman Ashraf was reporting from near the spot when the loud explosion was heard. Police personnel took positions around the provincial assembly building, while additional contingents were also called in following the blast. Security officials said a bomb disposal team was also present at the location conducting necessary search and sweep exercise and examining the nature of blast. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as further reports are received
  7. A man stands outside laughing during a massive winter storm in New York City, US, January 4, 2018. AFP/Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images NEW YORK: The eastern United States and Canada shivered under record-breaking low temperatures Saturday as Arctic blasts followed a deadly winter storm that left airports struggling to cope with the backlog of flights. In Canada, temperatures approaching minus 50 degrees Celsius (minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit) were forecast in northern Ontario and Quebec. Arctic air and dangerously cold wind chills could bring temperatures that feel as low as minus 45 Fahrenheit across much of the eastern two-thirds of the United States, with the risk of frostbite to exposed skin within 10 minutes, authorities warned. The big chill follows a winter storm, dubbed a "bomb cyclone" by forecasters, which has been blamed for at least 19 deaths in the United States, from Texas to Wisconsin, US media reported. The storm raked the East Coast with heavy snowfall, glacial temperatures and high winds, forcing the cancellation of thousands of flights and causing thousands more delays. On Saturday, more than 2,250 flights within, into or out of the United States were delayed, with New York´s John F. Kennedy airport and the international airport in South Carolina´s Charleston most affected. Although most flights have resumed after the storm´s passage, passengers on Air China 989 from Beijing were forced to wait seven hours to deplane at JFK, flight tracking site Flightradar24 tweeted. Passengers complained of being stranded on the tarmac for hours and then facing lengthy delays in baggage claim that made traveling, particularly with babies or the elderly, a misery. "Been stuck on tarmac for over 3 hours at JFK Alitalia flight 8604. Multiple passengers seeking medical attention. Staff not communicating," tweeted passenger Chris Mendez overnight. "Babies literally crying from hunger and people calling police from the plane." At least two flights bound for New York -- OS87 from Vienna and LH400 from Frankfurt -- had to turn back over Britain and Ireland due to "capacity limit at JFK," Flightradar24 said. Frostbite in minutes The Port Authority, which runs New York-area airports, acknowledged the problem, saying it was working to limit JFK flight arrivals until there were "gates available to handle the backlog." Adding to the chaos, a China Southern Airlines and Kuwait Airways jet clipped each other´s wings at JFK´s Terminal 4 late Friday, causing damage to both aircraft but no injuries, officials said. The US National Weather Service warned that below normal temperatures are likely to continue into early next week, forecasting freezing rain from Kansas to Tennessee, and said that ice could complicate road transport. In the Midwest and Northeast, the highest temperatures were likely to be 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit below average, potentially breaking a number of daily records, forecasters warned. "It will be a brutally cold weekend but some relief is in sight heading into early next week," the weather service said. Mount Washington, New Hampshire recorded the second-coldest temperature on earth early Saturday, minus 36 Fahrenheit. The temperature in New York, the US financial capital and home to 8.5 million, hovered Saturday around 14 Fahrenheit, with the Hudson River along the west side of Manhattan partially frozen. In eastern Canada, which has suffered through extreme cold for two weeks, there were further flight delays and cancellations at the Montreal and Toronto airports, and some communities along the Quebec coast faced flooding. "Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill -- and keep emergency supplies in your vehicle," the Canadian weather service warned.
  8. ATTOCK: At least six people were killed after a cylinder exploded within the premises of District Headquarters Hospital. DCO Attock Rana Akber Hayat confirmed that the deaths occurred after a portion of the hospital collapsed following the blast. Rescue services said that the cylinder explosion damaged a portion of the woman's ward and multiple people are trapped in the rubble. According to the police, two of the dead have been identified and two children are among the dead. Police officials added that the cylinder exploded in a three-room building. DPO Attock Ibadat Nisar and federal minister Shiekh Aftab reached the area soon after the blast.
  9. An interior view of a supermarket is seen after an explosion in St Petersburg, Russia, in this photo released by Russia?s National Anti-Terrorism Committe on December 28, 2017. National Anti-Terrorism Committe/Handout via REUTERS MOSCOW: Russia?s Investigative Committee said on Sunday it had indicted on terrorism charges a suspect who allegedly organized and carried out a bombing that injured 13 people in a St. Petersburg supermarket this week. The committee said in a statement that the suspect, whose identity has not been disclosed by investigators, ?deliberately made and planted a homemade explosive device? that exploded on Wednesday at a branch of the Perekrestok supermarket chain in Russia?s second city. The suspect told investigators he had been motivated by ?hatred toward the organizers and participants? of mindset training sessions he used to attend, the committee said without providing further detail. Investigators said the suspect had also hidden two USB drives near the site of the blast containing information about his actions and photographs of the explosive device. The suspect will undergo psychological testing to assess his sanity. Investigators said has been followed by mental health professionals since the age of 19 for undisclosed issues. The indictment did not say how old he is now. The Daesh group claimed responsibility for the blast but did not provide evidence to support its assertion. The claim came after Russian President Vladimir Putin said the explosion, caused by what investigators said was a homemade bomb packed with pieces of metal, was an act of terrorism.
  10. BENGHAZI: Repairs were carried out on Saturday on a Libyan oil pipeline badly damaged by an explosion four days earlier, an engineer said. The explosion on Tuesday ? about 130 kilometres (80 miles) south of the Es Sider terminal ? reduced output by an estimated 70,000-100,000 barrels per day (BPD), according to the National Oil Corporation (NOC). A picture sent to Reuters by the engineer ? who asked not to be named because he was not authorised to speak to the media ? showed workers attending to a stretch of exposed pipeline. Other photos posted online showed a new section of pipe being lowered into the ground by a digger. The work on Saturday would be followed by testing, the engineer said. It was not clear how long it would take for production to be restored. Waha Oil Co ? which operates the pipeline ? has described the cause of the explosion as a ?terrorist attack?, without giving any details.
  11. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: AFP file MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said an explosion that tore through a Saint Petersburg supermarket, wounding 13 people, was an act of terror, as footage of the suspected bomber spread on the internet. Speaking at a meeting with military officers in the Kremlin, Putin ordered the nation?s security services to "act decisively" and "liquidate bandits on the spot" if armed militants put up resistance. His spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters later that the Russian leader was referring to all those "who harbour plans to carry out acts of terror in our country." On Wednesday evening, a homemade bomb placed in a locker at the supermarket in northwestern Saint Petersburg, Russia?s second city and Putin?s hometown, exploded. "As you know, an act of terror took place in Saint Petersburg yesterday," Putin said at a ceremony to award officers who took part in the Syria campaign. Those wounded in the attack included a 35-year-old pregnant woman. Putin?s 2015 decision to intervene in Syria militarily on the side of Bashar al-Assad has made Russia a priority target for Daesh. Anna Mityanina, vice governor of Saint Petersburg, said on Twitter that six people remain in hospital care. The bomb came after the FSB security service said earlier this month it had prevented a terror attack on a key Orthodox cathedral in Saint Petersburg with the help of America?s CIA, which led Putin to thank US President Donald Trump. Man in hooded jacket The explosion occurred at around 1845 local time (1545 GMT) as people geared up to celebrate the New Year ? the country?s biggest holiday ? followed by Russian Orthodox Christmas, which falls on January 7. Officials said the bomb had power equivalent to 200 grammes of TNT. The investigation is being overseen by Russia?s National Anti-Terror Committee even though authorities initially opened a probe into the attempted murder. The committee said the explosion went off after "a criminal placed an unidentified explosive device in a storage locker." Footage posted online by local media showed a man ? who did not appear Slavic and wore a hooded jacket ? enter the supermarket with a backpack and leave without it a short time afterwards. ?Fight continues? "Terrorism presents a danger to any populated locality in the world," he told reporters. He added that Putin ? widely expected to extend his Kremlin term to 2024 in a March presidential election ? had every intention to "continue consistent and task-oriented work to fight terrorism." "The fight is continuing," he added. In April, a suicide bombing killed 15 people and wounded dozens on the Saint Petersburg metro. Earlier this month the FSB said it had arrested several members of the terror outfit Daesh who had planned to blow up the Kazan Cathedral, one of Saint Petersburg?s most famous landmarks, among other busy places. Authorities have confiscated a large number of explosives used to make homemade bombs, automatic rifles, and munitions. Over the past 20 years, Russia fought two wars with separatists in Chechnya. Russians also frequently became targets of suicide bombings and attacks by militants from the North Caucasus.
  12. Image Courtesy: eNCA TRIPOLI: An explosion on a pipeline carrying crude oil from Libya's south to a port terminal in its north Tuesday will slash production, the National Oil Company said. "NOC continues to investigate the causes of the explosion" north of the town of Marada, it said in a statement. The company said it expected production to drop by between 70,000 and 100,000 barrels per day (BPD) after the blast along the pipeline from Zaggut to the eastern port of Al-Sidra, one of the North African country's main export terminals. The line is operated by the Waha Oil Company, which pumps around 250,000 BPD from oilfields in Libya's desert south. Waha is an NOC subsidiary working in joint venture with US companies ConocoPhillips, Hess, and Marathon Oil. Libya produces around one million BPD, but production is regularly disrupted by acts of sabotage, as well as protests over wages or politics. With estimated oil reserves of 48 billion barrels, Libya used to produce 1.6 million BPD before the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
  13. KABUL: A suicide bomber on foot blew himself up close to a compound of Afghanistan?s national intelligence agency in the capital, Kabul, on Monday, killing at least three people and wounding one, government officials said. The blast comes a week after Daesh claimed an attack on a training facility of the same agency, the National Directorate for Security, in Kabul that ended when the attackers were killed before causing significant casualties. An official said the explosion occurred close to the agency?s entrance. Ismail Kawsi, a spokesman for the ministry of public health, said at least three dead and one wounded had been taken to city hospitals. There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
  14. GHULAM KHAN: Three Frontier Corps personnel were martyred in a landmine explosion near Pakistan Afghanistan border, Geo News reported on Sunday. Sources informed that the explosion occurred in Ghulam Khan area in North Waziristan near the border. After the blast, a heavy contingent of law enforcing agencies reached the site and cordoned off the area. The LEAs are conducting operations in different parts of the area. On Friday, three FC troops were martyred in cross-border firing from terrorists on the Pak-Afghan border, said a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The FC personnel were busy constructing a new border post when the attack took place in the Shunkrai area of Mohmand agency. Three FC troops martyred in cross-border firing from Afghanistan At least five terrorists were killed and 11 injured by retaliatory fire, says ISPR At least five terrorists were killed by retaliatory fire from Pakistani forces and another 11 were injured, added ISPR. The Army's media wing further said that Pakistan is paying the cost for lack of capacity in the Afghan armed forces and ungoverned spaces on the Afghan side of the border. Earlier in December, two Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred in a terrorist attack in North Waziristan Agency. Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat were martyred after terrorists fired on their vehicle from the surrounding mountains.
  15. DERA BUGTI: One person was killed and four injured in a firing incident and landmine explosion in Toba Nohkani area of Dera Bugti Thursday morning. According to Levies sources, unidentified men opened fire on the house of a man identified as Gujjar. As a result, Gujjar?s two wives and three children were killed on the spot. The suspects managed to flee from the site. Geo News reported that a vehicle carrying the bodies struck a landmine killing one and injuring four others. The vehicle was completely destroyed in the landmine blast. On August 10, 2013, a landmine explosion and subsequent shooting in the restive Dera Bugti Saturday cost the lives of at least two people including a tribal leader and left three more wounded. Tribal leader among 2 dead in Dera Bugti landmine blast, firing DERA BUGTI: A landmine explosion and subsequent shooting in the restive Dera Bugti Saturday cost the lives of at least two people including a tribal leader and left three more wounded, Geo News... According to sources, a local tribal leader Zeray Khan Bugti?s was killed while two of his guards sustained injuries when his vehicle hit a landmine planted in Patokh area. In a yet another incident of armed violence, unknown gunmen shot one person dead and wounded another seriously in Dera Bugti city.
  16. Daphne Caruana Galizia ? a Maltese anti-corruption blogger who was assassinated back in October this year ? poses in front of the Libyan Embassy in Valletta, Malta, April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi/Files VALLETTA: A man suspected of triggering the car bomb that killed Maltese anti-corruption blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia is believed to have listened to the explosion live down the phone of a spotter, a court heard on Wednesday. Police allege that George Degiorgio was sitting on a boat outside Valletta harbour on October 16 when he sent an SMS that detonated the bomb as Caruana Galizia drove out of Bidnija ? her village in northern Malta. Mobile phone data showed that Degiorgio?s brother Alfred and Vince Muscat ? another suspect ? had repeatedly visited Bidnija in the days before the blast, police said. Forensic experts also found Alfred?s DNA on a discarded cigarette at a vantage point overlooking the village. All three deny the murder, which shocked the European Union (EU) and raised questions about the rule of law on Malta. Shortly before the blast, George Degiorgio received a call from his brother, said Inspector Keith Arnaud as he laid out evidence for a second day to a magistrate who will have to decide whether to put the three suspects on trial. ?The phone call between the two brothers lasted 107 seconds, which was approximately the time it took to drive from the Caruana Galizia family home to the site where the car exploded, just down the hill,? Arnaud told the court. Shortly after the deadly blast, George Degiorgio sent a text to his partner: ?Buy me wine, my love?. Caruana Galizia dedicated much of her time to rooting out allegations of corruption on Malta, the smallest country in the EU. The cases that often involved senior politicians and government officials. She had never written about the three suspects and her family believes that even if they carried out the attack, they were only acting on someone else?s orders. ?We believe the murder was a political one,? Peter ? Caruana Galizia?s husband ? told a separate Malta court that is looking into a request by the family to have Deputy Police Commissioner Silvio Valletta removed from the investigation since he is married to a government minister. They argue that he has a conflict of interest because the blogger was a fierce critic of the government. Valletta has rejected the suggestion and said Wednesday the case was ?definitely not over?. ?It is the intention of the police to ensure that investigations are brought to their full end," he added.
  17. DERA ISMAIL KHAN: At least four people, including three security forces personnel, were injured in a remote controlled blast in Dera Ismail Khan on Tuesday morning, Geo News reported. According to police sources, the blast took place near Loni check post in Dera Ismail Khan. This is a developing story. More details will be added when received
  18. The Indian Cricket team is currently preoccupied with a lot of things, and the main agenda on their minds right now is possibly not how to win against South Africa in the upcoming series, but strategizing what to wear next for their teammates' weddings or reception parties. In the past few days, many of our favourite cricketers have tied the nuptial knot and their pictures have set the internet on fire. © Instagram While we still haven't recuperated from all the hotness that we saw at Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge's reception, cricketers were already set to have a gala time at Bhuvneshwar Kumar's reception. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who got married to Nupur Nagar in a private ceremony on November 23, hosted a grand reception party at the Taj Hotel in Delhi on Tuesday. From Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma to Ravindra Jadeja and Cheteshwar Pujara, most of his teammates gathered, all decked up to wish the couple. © Instagram These pictures from the celebrations are proof that our cricketers sure know how to party like there's no tomorrow. MS Dhoni was also present. MS Dhoni at Bhuvi's Reception Yesterday! [ VIDEO CREDIT GOES TO THE OWNER ] @mahi7781 @imbhuvi @NupurNagar #MSDhoni #Dhoni #Mahi #MahendraSinghDhoni #BhuvneshwarKumar #Nupur #Bhuvi #NupurNagar #BhuviWedsNupur #ViratKohli #Kohli #Virat #TeamIndia #Cricket #IndianCricket #IndianCricketTeam A post shared by MS Dhoni 7781 | Mahi7781 ð®ð³ (@msdhoni.7781) on Dec 5, 2017 at 7:10pm PST ð¥ð¥#RajputBoy A post shared by Ravindrasinh Jadeja (@royalnavghan) on Dec 5, 2017 at 6:31am PST © Instagram ravindra jadeja Selfie time with the newly wed @imbhuvi and Nupur. #Reception A post shared by Cheteshwar Pujara (@cheteshwar_pujara) on Dec 5, 2017 at 7:46am PST Beautiful group picture in bhuvi reception A post shared by Mohammad Shami (@mdshami.11) on Dec 5, 2017 at 6:15pm PST Our boys at bhuvi's receptionâ¤â¤â¤@imbhuvi @nupurnagar @ishant.sharma29 @umeshyaadav @tanya_wadhwa @kuldeep_18 @rohitsharma45 @royalnavghan @shikhardofficial @aesha.dhawan5 #love A post shared by bhuvneshwar kumar lovers (@bhuvi_lover_) on Dec 5, 2017 at 11:18am PST Some moreâ¤â¤ððð@virat.kohli @imbhuvi @nupurnagar #bhuvikishadi #bhuvilover #lovenuvi #love #togetherforever A post shared by bhuvneshwar kumar lovers (@bhuvi_lover_) on Dec 5, 2017 at 11:03am PST @kuldeep_18 @umeshyaadav & @tanya_wadhwa at Bhuvi's reception #bhuvi&mrsbhuvi#bhuvi A post shared by Bhuvneshwar Kumar Nupur Nagar (@bhuvneshwarkumar_nupurnagar) on Dec 5, 2017 at 8:09am PST #MSDhoni clicks a selfie at the reception of #BhuvneshwarKumar. A post shared by Circle of Cricket (@circleofcricket) on Dec 6, 2017 at 3:42am PST @virat.kohli at Bhuvneshwar Kumar Nupur's Wedding Reception #virat #kohli #viratkohli #sports #cricket #cricketer #captainviratkohli #captainkohli #captainvk #bhuvneshwarkumar #virushka A post shared by VirushkaUpdates (@virushkaupdates) on Dec 5, 2017 at 11:46am PST And they all are there... Waiting for more pictures specially their dance videos ðâ¤ðð . Swipe to see a glimpse of decoration of thier reception ð⤠Decor pic credits : @shaadisaga #bhuvneshwarkumar #bhuvi #nupur #nupurnagar #Nuvi #nuvi_goals #bhuvikishadi #BhuviWedsNupur #nuvi_slays #weddingbells #nuvi_moments @ishant.sharma29 @umeshyaadav @tanya_wadhwa @shikhardofficial @aesha.dhawan5 A post shared by Bhuvneshwar kumar (@bhuvi_addicted) on Dec 5, 2017 at 8:59am PST Oh punjabi bole nah tey main english vich fasda c..ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ððððð @aesha.dhawan5 A post shared by Shikhar Dhawan (@shikhardofficial) on Dec 6, 2017 at 3:25am PST Both Bhuvneshwar and his wife looked like characters straight out of a romantic fairytale and we can't wait for the next celebrity wedding to take place. And, if the rumours are to be believed, then Indian skipper Virat Kohli and actress Anushka Sharma might be next in line.
  19. Seven others were injured in the blast near the Shirzai Stadium At least five civilians were killed after an explosive-laden motorbike exploded in the Jalalabad city of Afghanistan on Sunday, Tolo News reported. Seven others were injured, the news agency quoted local officials as saying. The bomb exploded near the Shirzai Stadium where a gathering was being held. The city has been a target of terrorists attacks multiple times this years. At least eight people were killed in the city on November 23 in a suicide attack.
  20. KARACHI: A soldier was killed in an IED blast in Chamarkand area of Mohmand Agency on Friday, informed security officials. The soldier was killed on his way to the check post while carrying water for his fellow soldiers. Another soldier accompanying him was injured and was immediately shifted to a nearby hospital. In March 2017, as many as five soldiers embraced martyrdom foiling a terrorism bid on three border checkpoints in Mohmand Agency, according to a statement issued by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). At least 10 terrorists were also killed in the shoot-out between army personnel and terrorists. "Terrorists must be denied freedom of movement along the border," Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa was quoted as saying in the statement. He lauded the immediate response of the personnel. However, he also expressed grief over the loss of precious lives. The martyred soldiers include Sanaullah, Safdar, Altaf, Nek Muhammad and Anwar. Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif condemned the attack on security check posts in Mohmand Agency. He expressed grief with families of the bereaved soldiers. However, he added, Pakistan Army soldiers showed bravery by killing 10 terrorists.
  21. KIEV: Two people were killed and another nine injured on Thursday after two hand grenades were detonated by the father of a victim in a murder trial in southeastern Ukraine, police said. The incident occurred in the city of Nikopol, about 240 kilometres from the separatist east of the country, during the trial of several men accused of killing two people in 2016, according to a statement from regional police. During the hearing, the father of one of the victims pulled out and detonated two hand grenades, killing one and wounding seven other people, it said. Later a police spokesman confirmed the death of the second person - one of the defendants - after he was taken to a hospital. The spokesman added that a total of nine people were wounded, including the defendants, court personnel and guards. The tragedy highlights the arms trafficking problem in Ukraine since the conflict between Russian-backed rebels and Kiev army erupted in April 2014 in the country's east and has since then killed more than 10,000 people. In November, Kiev police said two men were detained after 6.5 kilogrammes of explosives were found hidden in a car that was parked near a shopping centre in a densely populated area on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital. Also this month, in the eastern war-torn Donetsk region police intercepted a car that was illegally carrying hundreds of cartridges and six hand grenades. Security forces in southern Odessa region have also announced the arrest of a man suspected of trafficking weapons from the conflict zone.
  22. Rescue workers work at the site of a blast in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China November 26, 2017/Reuters BEIJING: A powerful blast on Sunday morning in China?s eastern Zhejiang province brought down buildings and killed two people while injuring many others, state media reported, while police said the cause had still to be determined. The explosion happened at around 9 am (0100 GMT) at a factory in Jiangbei district in Ningbo, a coastal city about 100 kilometers (62 miles) south of Shanghai, according to state news agency Xinhua, citing local authorities, witnesses and the Ningbo city?s fire department. In a separate report, China Central Television (CCTV) did not refer to a factory, but said the force of the explosion shattered windows and punched holes in the walls of buildings as much as a kilometer away. CCTV images showed a few flattened cars and a low-rise building with a collapsed wall. The state broadcaster said it was not a gas explosion, without elaborating further. CCTV said two people were killed while two others who had been injured were in serious condition. According to Zhejiang Daily, several buildings collapsed in a nearby residential area that had already been cleared of people. Police told Reuters the area had been marked for demolition. Rescue work and investigation into the cause were underway, police said in a statement issued on its verified Weibo account. Blasts and other accidents are common in China due to patchy enforcement of safety rules, although the government has pledged to improve checks to stamp out such incidents.
  23. The explosion took place near a bus stand, and the nature of the explosion is being ascertained, police said QUETTA: Four people including a child were martyred in a blast at the city?s Sariab Road, police said. Women are among the over dozen people injured in the blast. The explosion reportedly took place near a bus stand. Initial reports after observing the blast site suggest that a security forces vehicle was targetted by a suicide attacker. This is a developing story and details will be added as reports are received.
  24. Days of false hopes had left some families feeling manipulated by the navy which had repeatedly retained information about the crew's fate. ? AFP MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina: Relatives of the 44 crewmembers aboard Argentina´s missing submarine erupted in a welter of anger and grief Thursday after the navy released news of an explosion onboard, effectively ending hopes of survival. Eight days after the last reported communication from the submarine, a navy spokesman said an unusual noise detected near the sub´s last known position was likely an explosion. Itati Leguizamon, wife of sonar operator German Suarez, said that days of false hopes had left the families feeling manipulated by the navy which had repeatedly retained information about the crew´s fate. "I feel cheated. How do they know it just now? They are perverse and they manipulated us!" said Leguizamon, a lawyer. "They don´t tell us they´re dead, but they tell us that the submarine is lying at a depth of 3,000 meters. What can you understand from that?" In the parking lot of the base, some of the relatives hugged, others slumped to the ground and cried inconsolably. Uniformed sailors at the base wept. One woman, a relative of a crewmember, approached a group of journalists but broke down in tears before she could say a word. Relatives' vigil Around 100 family members had been waiting hopefully inside the Mar del Plata naval base, the perimeter fence of which is festooned with messages of encouragement for the crew, religious images and Argentine flags and banners. Families of the crew, some from distant parts of Argentina, have been keeping vigil here since a multinational air and sea search began last Thursday. Leguizamon described how navy officers broke the news of the explosion to the families. "They asked most of the people to leave and just close family members to stay," she said. "When they heard the news they all exploded in there, they jumped on them and they had to stop reading their statement. People became very aggressive." "They are going to continue looking for it, because they have an obligation to do so," she said. "They launched a search because it looks good! Because they sent shit out there to sail! "They already had problems in 2014, because it couldn´t surface. Now I don´t care if everything is known, he´s not here anymore," she said, referring to her husband. The German-built submarine was launched in 1983 and underwent a refit to extend its life from 2007-2014. Suarez, she said, "was prepared for death. He always went to confession and was at peace. He was ready." 'They´re all dead' "I´ve just learned that I´m a widow," said Jessica Gopar, wife Fernando Santilli, an electrician aboard the sub, before bursting into tears. After hearing the news of an explosion on board, her first reaction was: "They´re all dead! It´s the first thing I thought." "We are going to get together and ensure we are going to get justice. I don´t need a plaque that says ´the heroes of the San Juan´," she said before collapsing in tears. "He was my great love, we were going out for seven years, married for six, 13 years together and now we have a son, Stefano. "How do I tell my son that he is left without a father," said Gopar, who on Wednesday posted an emotional Facebook message to her husband saying that her one-year old had just learned to say "Dad." Julian Colihuinca, 19, was at the perimeter fence, pinning up a plastic banner on which he had scrawled: "Be strong, the families of the 44." "I´m the son of a tactical diver. The tragedy hits close. "I know all the crew by their faces." Outside the base, Hugo Daniel, 43, stopped as he was passing by on his bicycle. Like the rest of the nation, he had been following the unfolding tragedy over the past week. "It´s a tragedy that will go down in history," he said. "Machines fail. The people who were on the submarine knew the risks." Referring to the strained relationship between many Argentines and their military, he said that during the 1976-83 dictatorship "they used to torture people here," pointing to a plaque on the fence that notes it was once a "clandestine detention center."
  25. KARACHI: Counter Terrorism Department on Friday arrested a suspect in connection with the deadly Sehwan suicide blast, sources informed Geo News. The suspect was arrested from a remote area of Karachi. Sindh Cheif Minister Murad Ali Shah was informed about the suspect's arrest by Inspector General A D Khawaja and Additional IG CTD. The chief minister lauded the performance of police officials in arresting the suspect. Sources privy to the development said that CTD personnel will give information about the suspect's arrest in a press conference today. At least 88 martyred in bombing at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine Officials confirm over 300 have been injured in the suicide bombing inside the premises of the Sufi shrine On February 17, at least 88 people were martyred when a suicide bomber attacked the crowded Sufi shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan, injuring up to 343 others. The powerful blast took place inside the premises of the shrine as a dhamaal was taking place. Terrorist organisation Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack. The suspect is said to be affiliated with a number of other proscribed organizations before joining Daesh.