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  1. Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua/File photo ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua on Friday expressed deep concern over US Vice President Mike Pence?s comments regarding Pakistan and its role in the war against terrorism during his unannounced visit to Afghanistan. Addressing the Senate's Standing Committee on External Affairs, Janjua said the recent comments by the US vice president and Pentagon were worrisome, and urged the United States to treat both Pakistan and India on an equal footing. In an apparent warning to Pakistan during his surprise visit to Afghanistan on Thursday, Pence said that Pakistan has ?much to gain from partnering with our efforts in Afghanistan. The days to shelter terrorists have gone. It has much to lose by continuing to harbour terrorists." Pence also said President Trump has "put Pakistan on notice for providing safe haven" to the terrorists on its soil. Pakistan has much to lose from harbouring terrorists, says Pence on Afghanistan visit Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with US, much to lose from harbouring terrorists, says US Vice President Expressing her reservations over Pence?s statement, Foreign Secretary Janjua pointed out that during US Defence chief James Mattis? recent visit to Pakistan, the regional security situation and bilateral relations between the US and Pakistan were brought under discussion. She said Mattis had assured Pakistan of resolving the issue of use of Afghan soil by terrorists to carry out attacks in Pakistan. The United States should take into consideration Pakistan?s concerns, and treat both Pakistan and India equally, she said. The foreign secretary said Pakistan has destroyed terrorists? safe havens on its soil. She added that talks between Pakistan and US are ongoing regarding the US? one-sided statements. She reiterated that Pakistan wants to resolve all issues through negotiations with India. India, however, only wants talks on terrorism. India is carrying out state-terrorism in Occupied Kashmir, she lamented. Hailing the United Nations? resolution condemning US decision on Jerusalem by 128-9 vote, Janjua said Pakistan adopted a clear stance on Palestine. ?Surprisingly, India also voted in favour of the UN resolution,? she added.
  2. LONDON: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been asked by the Football Association to explain comments he made before his club?s Premier League derby match against Manchester City on Sunday. The FA said on Thursday that Mourinho had been asked for his ?observations? on comments he made on Dec. 8 in interviews ahead of Sunday?s game, which United lost 2-1. It did not, however, specify the comments under investigation or what -- if any -- rules might have been broken. During a pre-match news conference, Mourinho questioned City players? ability to stay on their feet, saying: ?A little bit of wind and they fall.? He also doubted he would be allowed to make the sort of political statement that his opposite number, Pep Guardiola, had when wearing a yellow ribbon in apparent protest against the imprisonment of pro-independence politicians in Catalonia. The FA is already investigating an incident after the match in which milk was thrown at Mourinho after he reportedly complained about City?s ?excessive? dressing-room celebrations following their victory at Old Trafford.
  3. Foreign Office building in Islamabad, Pakistan. Photo: Geo News file ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday said that Pakistan does not agree with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson?s recent statement about Pakistan. In a town hall meeting with the employees of the US State Department, Tillerson had said that he does not enjoy the task of dealing with countries like Pakistan and North Korea. "We do not agree with the comments and perception of Secretary Tillerson," Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal tweeted. He further said that Pakistan has undertaken largescale operations against terrorists and their safe havens across the length and breadth of the country with notable success. "These operations are being carried out in our own national interest and Pakistan is determined to rid its soil of the scourge of terrorism and extremism." Do not enjoy dealing with Pakistan: US Secretary of State Tillerson?s statement was made during a town hall meeting held with employees of the US State Department According to the US Secretary of State, relations with Pakistan which he termed an important and valued partner had drifted and had to be brought back to one of common interest. Tillerson visited Pakistan in October and held meetings with the country?s top political and military leadership. "Pakistan is important regionally to our joint goals of providing peace and security to the region and providing an opportunity for greater economic relationship," Tillerson was quoted as saying during his meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. The US Embassy, in a statement released, said the secretary of state reiterated President Trump?s message that Pakistan must increase its efforts to ?eradicate militants and terrorists operating within the country?. ?The Secretary outlined the United States? new South Asia Strategy and the vital role that Pakistan can play in working with the United States and others to facilitate a peace process in Afghanistan that can bring stability and security to the region,? said the statement from the US embassy. During the meeting, Tillerson also expressed appreciation for Pakistan?s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism. ?The Secretary also expressed his gratitude to the Government of Pakistan and the Pakistani Army for their cooperation in securing the release of the Boyle-Coleman family from captivity,? added the statement.
  4. CAIRO: Saudi Arabia has summoned its ambassador in Germany home for consultations over comments allegedly made by German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel during a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart, the Saudi Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. The Saudi ministry said the government would deliver a protest note to Germany?s ambassador in Riyadh over what it said were ?outrageous and unjustified? comments by Gabriel. It did not single out the remarks it was referring to. The German foreign ministry quoted Gabriel on its website as telling his Lebanese counterpart Gebran Bassil ?Germany stands firmly by Lebanon?s side?. He reportedly added: ?Another trouble spot is the last thing that people in the Middle East need now.? The controversy revolves around the unexpected resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri while on a visit to Saudi Arabia on Nov. 4. ?Such remarks provoke the surprise and disapproval of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which considers them as aimless and based on false information that would not help bring about stability in the region,? the Saudi ministry said. The statement in English carried by state news agency SPA said Saudi Arabia believed Gabriel?s comments: ?would not represent the position of the friendly government of the Federal Republic of Germany, considered by the Kingdom as a reliable partner in the fight against terrorism and extremism.? ?Accordingly, the Kingdom has decided to summon its ambassador to Germany for consultation and would hand over Germany?s ambassador to the Kingdom a protest note refuting such outrageous and unjustified statements,? the ministry said, according to SPA. Hariri?s abrupt resignation and continued stay in Saudi Arabia had raised concern over Lebanon?s stability. Hariri has since left Saudi Arabia with his family and arrived in Paris on Saturday morning ahead of talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, in what was seen as a possible way out of the crisis. In a message posted on his Twitter account before his flight, Hariri said: ?To say I am held up in Saudi Arabia and not allowed to leave the country is a lie. I am on the way to the airport, Mr. Sigmar Gabriel.?
  5. Gazans wave the flags of Egypt and Palestine as they celebrate a unity agreement reached in Cairo between rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah on October 12, 2017 - AFP GAZA CITY: Hamas accused the United States of "blatant interference" in Palestinian affairs Thursday after US President Donald Trump's envoy demanded they disarm and recognise Israel in any unity government. "This is blatant interference in Palestinian affairs because it is the right of our people to choose its government according to their supreme strategic interests," senior Hamas official Bassem Naim told AFP. He accused Jason Greenblatt, Trump's special representative for international negotiations, of bowing to pressure from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing government. "This statement comes under pressure from the extreme right-wing Netanyahu government and is in line with the Netanyahu statement from two days ago," Naim said. Hamas and rival party Fatah have agreed on a deal that should see Hamas hand over control of Gaza to the internationally recognised Palestinian Authority by December 1, with talks also expected on forming a unity government. Earlier Thursday, Greenblatt said in his first detailed response to the reconciliation agreement that any such government must commit to non-violence and "disarm terrorists," an apparent reference to Hamas. Hamas and Israel have fought three wars since 2008.
  6. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/5b696baae3ce1394ebe7e7e3e9600cbc.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS8yOC8yMDE3IDc6NTE6NTQgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1ZUTd3NGFRR3l2KzZ5RTg1YXIzUTFRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Thursday lashed out at Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif for his recent comments regarding Hafiz Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba, and the Haqqani network. In a series of tweets, Khan claimed that Dawn Leaks was a ?deliberate attempt by PMLN? to target Pakistan?s military. He further alleged that the ?Sharifs and their cronies? were desperate to appease Indo-US lobby. ?Now evident that DawnLeaks was a deliberate attempt by PMLN to target Pak mly at a time when it is fighting our enemies on multiple fronts,? he tweeted, quoting Asif?s statement that Nawaz Sharif paid a political price for peace efforts with India. ?Sharifs & their cronies desperate to appease Indo-US lobby & interests as their loot/properties all stashed away in West.? ?Their continuous targeting of our armed forces continues today as part of this Indo-US appeasement. No concern for Pak lives sacrificed,? the PTI chief continued. ?Kh Asif's comments of ownership of militant gps coming from a Foreign Min undermining Pak security. With such a FM, who needs enemies?? he added. Khawaja Asif, speaking at a session hosted by Asia Society in New York earlier, had said that Hafiz Saeed and Haqqanis were liabilities for Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed, Haqqanis are liabilities for Pakistan: Khawaja Asif Pakistan needs to continue its war against terrorism, says foreign minister "It is very easy to say that Pakistan is supporting Haqqanis and Hafiz Saeed and Lashkar-e-Taiba. They are liabilities, I accept that they are liabilities. But give us time to get rid of these liabilities. You are increasing our liabilities further," Asif had said.
  7. French leftist leader Melenchon in hot water over Nazi comments. Photo: AFP PARIS: French leftist leader Jean-Luc Melenchon was plunged into the eye of a storm on Sunday after comments about the Nazis that one minister branded "shameful". At a mass demonstration in Paris on Saturday against labour reform, Melenchon said: "It´s the street that toppled France´s kings, it´s the street that drove out the Nazis". He was responding to centrist President Emmanuel Macron´s comments earlier in the week that "democracy is not the street". But Melenchon defended his remarks in the face of widespread criticism, saying on his blog on Sunday that he "never compared the current government to Nazis". The leader of the hard left party France Unbowed, who had appealed to opponents of the labour reforms to "swamp" Paris in Saturday´s demonstrations, has sought to portray his party as the only real opposition to Macron. Several political figures quickly condemned his comments, with government spokesman Christophe Castaner saying on French radio they were a "moral" and "political error". Castaner also tweeted a picture of Melenchon wearing a tricolour sash while addressing the crowds, saying he was "unworthy of wearing these colours when mixing Democrats and Republicans with Nazi mud". ´Shocked and outraged´ Labour Minister Muriel Penicaud told French media that Melenchon´s remarks were "unworthy and shameful". "Like a great majority of French people I was shocked and outraged that Nazis, democrats and republicans could be put on the same level," she said. "No complacency towards Melenchon, his violence, his hazardous historical references. We must be firm, explain, reform," said former Socialist prime minister Manuel Valls. Jean-Claude Mailly, head of the Force Ouvriere trade union, said the remarks were "shocking". "The Nazi regime was not defeated by the street, it was the allies, it was the Americans, the Russians, etc," he told French media. "If we know a little history, the street even brought about Nazism in a certain way, so we must pay attention to what we say." On his blog, Melenchon condemned "polemics of diversion", saying the controversy was a distraction from the number of people who joined Saturday´s demonstration. According to Melenchon, 150,000 people ? not the 30,000 estimated by police ? took to the streets to try to force Macron to back down on his signature reform. Former investment banker Macron has argued that the labour law changes ? which make it easier to fire workers while giving higher payouts to those made redundant ? will help bring down stubbornly high unemployment of 9.6 percent.
  8. Our very own ‘Desi girl' has managed to grab headlines not just in India but across the world and it isn't just about walking the red carpets or her appearances at award shows, anymore. Priyanka Chopra is making sure that she uses her power as a global star for the benefit of the society by urging the global community to come forward and help those who are in dire need. Adding to her list of achievements, PeeCee recently got behind the production wheel of ‘Pahuna - The Little Visitors' that even received a standing ovation at Toronto International Film Festival 2017. ‘Pahuna', which is considered India's first film in Sikkimese language, talks about the insurgency that forces people in a Nepalese village to flee to Sikkim. It's the story of three children facing extraordinary circumstances. © Purple Pebble Pictures Though the movie is being critically acclaimed, an interview about it has landed Priyanka in a major controversy. In an interview with an international entertainment website, Priyanka made some comments about the state of Sikkim which paint a rather false image about the conditions in the state. She said, "This is a Sikkimese film. Sikkim is a small state in the North East of India which never had a film industry or anyone who made films from there. And this is the first film ever that's come out of that region because it's very troubled with insurgency and troubling situations. I'm very excited," Priyanka said. She further talked about the movie's theme, "This is a film about two kids and their perspective on the refugee crisis, on being moved from one place to another without understanding why they're suddenly packing bags and leaving. So it speaks about all of that with kids' perspective." Here's the interview: But after Twitter and rest of the world lashed out at her, PC has finally apologized to the Sikkim government, while her mother Madhu Chopra spoke to Ugen Gyatso, the tourism minister of Sikkim to apologise for the comment. Gyatso sought an apology from the actor for her irresponsible remarks, and here's a copy of Priyanka's apology: "I'm sorry I have to write to you under these circumstances.. but I needed to clarify my stance in regards to the situation which has arisen due to a comment of mine during an interview for my film Pahuna, which was misunderstood. As you are aware, I hold the Government and the people of Sikkim in high regard and have in addition to Pahuna been looking to tell more great stories from Sikkim. From the moment I heard the script of Pahuna, I knew I wanted to share this story with the world. It is important to me because no one else was willing to take a chance on a film like this, that deals with the refugee crises which is an issue that is being dealt with across the world as it is being in Sikkim.. Pahuna is a film that brings a message of hope and positivity. My comment, made during an interview at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival 2017, where Pahuna made its worldwide debut, was misconstrued. I was talking about the Sikkimese film industry and also the subject of the film, where I mentioned how Sikkim was grappling with the refugee situation caused by insurgencies.. I had meant by the 'neighbouring countries' .. I am fully aware that Sikkim is an incredible host nation (sic) to so many refugees and our film shows exactly that through the children's point of view... I understand that the statement I made in the interview was open to interpretation. I should have been clearer with my intention. We've made a beautiful film that would not have been possible without the support of the government and people of Sikkim. In no way did I intend to offend or hurt anyone's sentiments and for that I apologise. I appreciate all the support you have shown me and my team and I wanted to clear the misunderstanding with you directly." Since her statements about Sikkim being a troubled state were inaccurate, Twitter users didn't spare a moment to bash the actress. The fact that she is the brand ambassador of Assam added fuel to the fire. While her fans came to her rescue and argued that her messing up like this was a one-time occurrence, people of Sikkim are of the view that if the actress is producing a movie which is meant to release worldwide, the least she could do was get her facts right. Dear Priyanka Chopra, Sikkim is a peaceful place and #Pahuna is not the first film from the region. Plz get the facts right about NorthEast. — Biswatosh Sinha (@biswatosh) September 14, 2017 Priyanka Chopra is the Ambassador of Assam and calls Sikkim a small state from 'north east', troubled by insurgency ! Seriously, dude? — Anshu Chhibber (@AnshuChhibber) September 14, 2017 Really embarrassing to hear @priyankachopra speaking nonsense about Sikkim. Rule 1 : Don't open your mouth if you are ignorant about a topic — Vishal Tyagi (@vishaltg) September 14, 2017 #priyankachopra your statement on Sikkim justifies that beauty pageants are all about bikini round and nothing more than an entry to films — AYUSH SAXENA (@ayush1975) September 14, 2017 @priyankachopra don't u dare scream discrimination when a white person calls u brown! You dense, ignorant imbecile! Leave #Sikkim alone! — Shiori æ (@Avvan23) September 13, 2017 @priyankachopra Very disappointed that you chose to keep quiet instead of apologising & taking responsibility for your ignorance. #pahuna — Yanki Doma (@yaaankidoo) September 13, 2017 She's speaking on a global stage she should atleast get her facts straight. It's casts a wrong idea for people who've never been to Sikkim. — Yanki Doma (@yaaankidoo) September 14, 2017 Infact it is foolish to create controversy on @priyankachopra's statement over #Sikkim as Celebs like her are 'politically illiterate'. 1/2 — Tawqeer Hussain (@tawqeerhussain) September 14, 2017 @priyankachopra If you have no idea about Sikkim, don't speak about it then. "Big star" — YESHI DORJEE BHUTIA (@ydbhutia) September 14, 2017 #PriyankaChopra says #Sikkim is a troubled state in interview 2 US media. Pea-sized brain, zero homework. Is this how u make money? — Indira Laisram (@indira_laisram) September 13, 2017 Our bread and butter is #tourism. Do you know how adversely you have marred it ? Tk responsibility @priyankachopra #sikkim #PriyankaChopra — zheelspeaks (@zheelspeaks) September 13, 2017 In case you aren't familiar with what the real conditions in Sikkim are, the state is known for its peace-loving situation and many news reports, in the past, have stated that Sikkim is actually the only state in the North-East that isn't affected by insurgency.
  9. WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump took a swing at his favorite punching bag Thursday, claiming his comments about the deadly violence in Charlottesville were misrepresented by media. "The public is learning (even more so) how dishonest the Fake News is. They totally misrepresent what I say about hate, bigotry etc. Shame!," the US president wrote on Twitter. One protester was killed in violent clashes between neo-Nazi and so-called "Alt-Right" demonstrators and counter-protesters in the Virginia college town of Charlottesville Saturday. Both Democrat and Republican politicians criticized Trump's initial response - when he condemned violence "on all sides" - as inadequate. On Monday he singled out the Klu Klux and neo-Nazis as "repugnant," but on Tuesday he returned to his original position and said there had been "blame on both sides." Trump's weak condemnation of the racist far-right set off a political firestorm across the US political spectrum. World leaders also criticized Trump's response. The US president also took aim at two fellow Republican senators, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Jeff Flake of Arizona. "Publicity seeking Lindsey Graham falsely stated that I said there is moral equivalency between the KKK, neo-Nazis & white supremacists... and people like Ms. Heyer," Trump said on Twitter. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed in Charlottesville on Saturday when a suspected white nationalist drove his car into a crowd protesting the far-right march. "Such a disgusting lie," Trump said. "He just can't forget his election trouncing. The people of South Carolina will remember!" Trump appeared to be referring to his defeat of Graham in last year's presidential primary. Graham had said the US president "took a step backward" Tuesday "by again suggesting there is moral equivalency between the white supremacist neo-Nazis and KKK members who attended the Charlottesville rally" and people like Heyer. Trump also blasted Flake, one of the few Republicans openly critical of the president. "Great to see that Dr. Kelli Ward is running against Flake Jeff Flake, who is WEAK on borders, crime and a non-factor in Senate. He's toxic!" Trump tweeted. Flake, who is running for re-election, wrote Tuesday: "We can't accept excuses for white supremacy & acts of domestic terrorism. We must condemn. Period." He followed that up Wednesday by tweeting "We can't claim to be the party of Lincoln if we equivocate in condemning white supremacy." Abraham Lincoln, the US president who freed the slaves and defeated the southern confederacy in the 1861-1865 civil war, is a prominent Republican and one of the most revered figures in US history.
  10. India batsman Abhinav Mukund MUMBAI: India opening batsman Abhinav Mukund has lashed out at social media trolls for comments he received on his skin tone and has called for a change in people´s mindset. The 27-year-old Tamil Nadu batsman posted a statement on Twitter late on Wednesday, saying that he had wanted to address the issue for a while. "Ever since I was young, people´s obsession with my skin colour has always been a mystery to me," said Mukund, who has played seven tests for India. "Anyone who follows cricket would understand the obvious. I have played and trained day in and day out in the sun and not even once have I regretted the fact that I have tanned or lost a couple of shades. "It is simply because I love what I do and I have been able to achieve certain things only because I have spent hours outdoors." Mukund, who hails from Chennai, considered one of the hottest places in India, said he had been subject to a lot of ´name-calling´. "There were many times when I chose not to dignify these insults with responses," said Mukund, who is with the Indian squad in Sri Lanka, adding that the problem had grown with the rise of social media. "Today I am speaking up not just for me but for many from our country who experience ridicule based on the colour of one´s skin. "Fair is not the only lovely or handsome guys! Stay true, stay focussed and be comfortable in your own skin." He later clarified his post had nothing to do with the team´s dressing room or politics. India captain Virat Kohli and team mates voiced their support for Mukund´s stand. "Very well said Abhinav," Kohli tweeted.
  11. <p>The debate regarding the best Indian city has been an ‘ongoing trend' since time immemorial. Remember that time when <a href="http://www.mensxp.com/special-features/today/28107-hyderabad-leaves-behind-delhi-mumbai-bangalore-to-become-the-best-indian-city-to-live-in.html" target="_blank">Hyderabad was declared the best city</a> to live in, beating Mumbai and Delhi?</p> <p>Not just that, but 4 other Indian cities were among the <a href="http://www.mensxp.com/special-features/today/35721-these-4-indian-cities-are-among-the-top-10-cheapest-places-to-live-in-the-world-looks-like-we-know-where-to-buy-houses-now.htm" target="_blank">Top 10 cheapest places</a> to live in the world, making them an excellent choice for people planning to buy houses.</p> <p>While on one hand, the locals participate in this ongoing debate with zest and emotional opinions, hooting for their respective cities and criticizing others. On the other, a Reddit user asks people on a thread, “What is the shittiest Indian city you've visited only once and completely refuse to return?” and people went crazy ranting about their worst experiences. These enthusiastic comments will definitely make you crack you up with laughter. Check them out below. </p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-2-1501078966.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-2-1501078966.jpg" />© reddit/self.india</p> <p>Police showing up on horses? What is this, the cowboy era?</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-3-1501079083.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-3-1501079083.jpg" />© reddit/daydreamer</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-4-1501079108.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-4-1501079108.jpg" />© eddit/toifeld</p> <p>Talk about shit-ty places !</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-5-1501079138.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-5-1501079138.jpg" />© reddit/hopeandpeptides</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-6-1501079160.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-6-1501079160.jpg" />© reddit/everydaygravitas</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-7-1501079191.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-7-1501079191.jpg" />© reddit/flippant</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-8-1501079227.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-8-1501079227.jpg" />© reddit/mrfreeze</p> <p>What a reference!</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-9-1501079255.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-9-1501079255.jpg" />© reddit/bhagatically</p> <p>Wow! Who expected Mumbai to be on the list?</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-10-1501134961.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-10-1501134961.jpg" />© southiesaar</p> <p>Wait, Anti- national because of Kulcha?</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="nolazy" title="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-11-1501135049.jpg" alt="Comments On Reddit Thread Talking About The Worst City In India Are Bloody Hilarious" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/comments-on-reddit-thread-talking-about-the-worst-city-in-india-are-bloody-hilarious-740x400-11-1501135049.jpg" />© reddit/randomnm</p>
  12. Unfortunately, Salman Khan has earned a reputation for making statements which become national news for all the wrong reasons. More often than not, he finds himself at the centre of controversy. However, we find it hard to blame him considering he is always subjected to media glare. When asked by an Indian newspaper whether he finds the constant attention and misinterpretation of his statements irksome, the Dabbang star said, "Everyone shares their opinion but when somebody like me says something, it?s twisted around. Then, a [TV] show runs [the comment], and it gets good TRPs. But if it?s their business, let them do it. The other option for me is to just stop talking. I hate doing interviews, and I get bored of them but I do them because if a fan of mine picks up a newspaper or a magazine; or watches a TV channel, he should know that a certain film of mine is up for release. That?s all." The 51-year-old star also stated that before the release of his film Jaan-E-Mann alongside Preity Zinta and Akshay Kumar in 2006, he never even stepped out the house for interviews and promotion for his films. ?When did I do any publicity for any film? The films would still run and became big hits. But now that a precedent [of doing interviews] has set in, so it?s going on. Now, if I go on a TV show (for promotions), it feels good if their TRPs get boosted. Also, through that show, my fans will get to see me at home for free. That?s the only intent of doing all of that. But then, a lot of times, journalists want a reaction about something because either their bosses have asked them for that or they want to make a name for themselves. But that?s wrong journalism, which I don?t appreciate at all?, the actor added. Khan will be seen next in Tiger Zinda Hai, alongside Katrina Kaif, which is slated to release on December 22.
  13. ISLAMABAD: Reacting to the remarks of Prime Minister?s Political Secretary Asif Kirmani outside the Federal Judicial Academy on Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said the ruling party is attempting to discredit the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) as it has failed to 'manage' it. In a message on Twitter, Khan shared a picture of PML-N leaders celebrating the Supreme Court's April 20 judgment and questioned how soon they have forgotten their celebrations over the formation of the JIT. PTI leader Asad Umar, too, targeted Kirmani in a series of tweets claiming that he should not have questioned the premier?s cousin Tariq Shafi?s summoning by the JIT with regard to the London apartments as the government itself had mentioned Shafi in the Supreme Court when asked where the money for the apartments had come from. Umar added that the PML-N had no right to complain about how the people whose names were stated in the Panama Papers were walking freely. ?You are the government. Go arrest them,? he said. In response to the backlash by the PTI leader, Kirmani questioned whether Umar was a member of the JIT which gave him the right to ask so many questions. ?We have answered all the queries posed by the JIT?, he said in a statement in response to Umar's series of tweets. Pointing fingers at the party, Kirmani stated that Imran Khan and his associates are the ones whose names are in the Panama Papers, not Nawaz Sharif?s. Meanwhile, commenting on Hasan Nawaz?s media talk following his third appearance before the JIT, Umar said Hasan should read the Supreme Court?s April 20 judgement instead of questioning why summons have been issued to him. He added that a 2011 letter by the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan specifically mentions Hasan Nawaz as a suspect of money laundering. This letter, he stated, was part of the SECP?s case against the Chaudhary Sugar Mills which the JIT claimed has been tampered with by the SECP.
  14. Filtering tools will improve over time. SAN FRANCISCO: Instagram on Thursday said it is using artificial intelligence to filter nasty comments and spam at the popular Facebook-owned photo-sharing service. The move comes as Facebook and other internet companies work to curb trolls, hate speech and the spread of violent ideology on their platforms. "Many of you have told us that toxic comments discourage you from enjoying Instagram and expressing yourself freely," co-founder and chief executive Kevin Systrom said in a blog post. "To help, we´ve developed a filter that will block certain offensive comments on posts and in live video." Written remarks will otherwise appear as usual at Instagram, and users can opt to turn off the new filters. The offensive-comment filter will launch first in English, with other languages eventually added, according to Systrom. Instagram said that the filter scanning for spam is designed to work in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. "Our team has been training our systems for some time to recognize certain types of offensive and spammy comments so you never have to see them," Systrom said. "The tools will improve over time." Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube this week announced the launch of an anti-terror partnership aimed at thwarting the spread of extremist content online. The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism intends to share engineering, research and knowledge to help "continue to make our hosted consumer services hostile to terrorists and violent extremists," the companies said. Each of the technology giants has been working individually to prevent its platforms or services from being used to promote or spread extremist views.
  15. Lasith Malinga appeared before a special inquiry panel of SLC on Tuesday, and accepted the charges against him. Photo: Getty Images COLOMBO: Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga has received a suspended one-year ban after pleading guilty to comments he made to the media in breach of his contract, the country´s cricket board has said. The 33-year-old´s sanction will be suspended for six months and he would also lose 50 percent of his match from the next one-day international he plays in case of a similar breach, Sri Lanka Cricket said in a statement. After his return from the Champions Trophy, Malinga had twice breached the terms of his contract by making statements to the media without the prior written consent of the board´s Chief Executive Officer, SLC had said while launching a disciplinary inquiry against the fast bowler. Malinga has been named in the 13-man squad for Sri Lanka´s first two ODIs against Zimbabwe at home. The African nation will play five ODIs and a lone test on their tour. Former South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Nic Pothas has been named Sri Lanka´s interim coach after Graham Ford stepped down last week.
  16. Facebook keeps on updating its social website with interesting features which sometimes turn into annoying ones. But this time Facebook has got an update which we all were long waiting for. Can you guess? It's the sweet reaction GIF which has finally got its place on Facebook. After a months-long test of the feature, Facebook has announced that it's finally rolling out support for GIFs in Facebook comments. Interesting! Isn't it? From today, anyone can add a GIF to a Facebook comment using a new GIF button that appears alongside the emoji picker. Much like the GIF button in Facebook Messenger, the new GIF comments are sourced from Facebook's GIF partners, including Giphy, Tenor, and Disney. But, wait. There are also a few limitations. Though you can search for GIFs using the feature's built-in search, adding a specific GIF you have in mind may be a bit more difficult. You can't upload your own GIFs or post GIFs via a URL like you can with a normal Facebook post. Facebook users exchanged nearly 13 billion GIFs on Messenger in 2016 alone, according to the company, which works out to about 25,000 GIFs each minute.
  17. ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties in the National Assembly again boycotted proceedings on Friday over the government?s refusal to broadcast their budget speeches live. During his address in the assembly, Shah said the government is fomenting conflict with state institutions which will have devastating consequences. ?What will become of democracy [in these circumstances],? asked Shah. He was referring to recent controversial remarks by then Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz senator Nehal Hashmi wherein he threatened ?those investigating the prime minister?s family?. Shah wondered how a senator could have the courage to make such remarks. He claimed that despite all the sacrifices his party [Pakistan Peoples Party] has made, they never uttered such remarks. Responding to the opposition leader, Defence Minister Khwaja Asif said there is no defending the kind of language used by Hashmi. ?It can only be condemned,? he said, stressing that within one hour Hashmi?s party membership was revoked. ?This shows our commitment to respecting institutions,? he stated.
  18. Qatar said on Wednesday its state news agency had been hacked, after it reported remarks purportedly by its ruler criticising aspects of US foreign policy in the wake of US President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia. The comments attributed to Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani continued to be carried by media in some other Gulf Arab states, even after Qatar said the report was fake, suggesting renewed strains between Qatar and some of its Gulf Arab neighbours. "The Qatar News Agency (QNA) website has been hacked by an unknown entity. A false statement attributed to His Highness has been published," the Gulf Arab state's government communications office said. "An ongoing investigation will be put in place to look into this matter. The statement published has no basis whatsoever, and the competent authorities in the State of Qatar will hold all those (involved) accountable." Ties between Qatar and other Gulf Arab states suffered an eight-month breach in 2014 over Qatar's alleged support for the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist group whose political ideology challenges the principle of dynastic rule. Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have used their oil and gas revenues to influence events in other Middle Eastern countries, and rifts between them can alter the political environment in Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Yemen. The hacked report, which said Sheikh Tamim had spoken at a military graduation ceremony, cited him as being critical of renewed tensions with Gulf Arab adversary Iran. A government spokesman told Reuters the Emir had attended a graduation ceremony for Qataris doing national service, "however, he did not make any speech or give any statements". The incident happened four days after Qatar complained publicly that it was the target of "an orchestrated barrage" of criticism by unknown parties in the run-up to Trump's visit alleging the Gulf state supported terrorist groups in the Middle East. Trump met Sheikh Tamim and other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) leaders on his trip to Saudi Arabia on Saturday and Sunday, where he renewed his assertion that Iran was a leading state sponsor of terrorism. Iran denies the allegation and says Saudi Arabia, the dominant GCC power, supports militant Islamist armed groups such as al Qaeda and Islamic State. Riyadh, in turn, denies that. Arguments over the Brotherhood, the most influential Islamist group in the world, were at the heart of a rift among Gulf Arab states that in 2014 saw Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain withdraw their ambassadors from Doha. They only returned after Qatar said it would not allow itself to be used by the Brotherhood for its activities.
  19. RAWALPINDI: Reacting to Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Aitzaz Ahsan’s statement, Director-General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor on Friday said that comments by a few people regarding the head of premier intelligence agency are baseless, misleading and unwarranted. Maj Gen Ghafoor tweeted that the integrity of armed forces is beyond reproach. Comments by few regarding head of premier int agency are baseless, misleading and unwarranted. Integrity of armed forces is beyond reproach. — Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) April 21, 2017
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  21. Shahid Afridi, who is currently struggling to find a spot in the Pakistan team, expressed his solidarity and support for the region of Kashmir and the people residing in the violence-affected areas. With India and Pakistan at loggerheads over their respective political stands on Kashmir since partition, the region and its residents have been exposed to various incidents of infiltration and cross-border terrorism that has resulted in innumerable casualties of both soldiers and civilians. Calling for peace in the region, Afridi said: "Kashmir has been suffering from brutality since past many decades. It’s high time this issue shd be resolved which has taken infinite lives". Kashmir has been suffering from brutality since past many decades.its high timethis issue shd be resolved which has taken infinite lives.1/2 — Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) February 5, 2017 "Kashmir is heaven on earth & we can't be oblivious to the pleas of the innocent. #iStandWithKashmir #KasmirSolidarityDay," he added. Kashmir is heaven on earth & we can't be oblivious to the pleas of the innocent. #iStandWithKashmir #KasmirSolidarityDay 2/2 — Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) February 5, 2017 But, the tweets of the Pakistani all-rounder apparently didn't go down well with the Indian twitter users who had their own piece of advice for Afridi. @SAfridiOfficial Bhai ap Pakistan ki fikar Karo, India ki nahi — Being MEN (@shakeelcc) February 5, 2017 Dear @safridiofficial ur govt's inaction &terrorist like #hafizsaeed #lakhvi #masoodazhar r main accused of brutality.. — im_krish (@im_krish23) February 5, 2017 @SAfridiOfficial.. Cricket khatam to politics, Do you know the capital of Pakistan? Apna ghar sambhalta nhi aur dusro ke ghar me taak jhaak — irshad ahmad (@IrshadIrsahm28) February 5, 2017 @SAfridiOfficial pehle worldcup mein India se match jeeto..kashmir ka masla hum faujiyon pr rehne do — Ghatak (@balisandeep89) February 5, 2017 @SAfridiOfficial tum Pakistani itna kayo rote hokashmir ke bare main agar tumhari niyat theek hoti to aaj Kashmir free hota — Sunil (@Sunilkath) February 6, 2017 @SAfridiOfficial ..Please know ur history and only then speak on politics....research genocide in Bangladesh??? — DocTendo (@prastendo) February 6, 2017 @SAfridiOfficial first stop bloodshed and live happily with your own people then think of Kashmir — Sanjay G.Varu (@SanjayGVaru) February 6, 2017