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  1. Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir. Photo: Geo News file ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir on Wednesday said that Pakistan?s ties with Russia have strengthened under the current government. Speaking on the security policy in the upper house of the parliament, Dastgir said that Pakistan and Russia have held joint military exercises to strengthen the bilateral relations. He also briefed the lawmakers about Pakistan?s improved security relations with Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The defence minister stated that ties with Pakistan?s neighbour China are the strongest that they?ve been. Dastagir, in response to belligerent statements from his counterpart in India, on Tuesday said Pakistan will pay India in its own coin in case of any misadventure from the country's eastern neighbour. India's defence minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, had accused Pakistan of an attack on an army base in Indian-occupied Kashmir which killed 10 people, including five Indian soldiers. Pakistan will pay India in its own coin for any misadventure: defence minister Pakistani forces are vigilant and fully capable of defending the country's territorial integrity, Dastagir warns India Any Indian aggression, strategic miscalculation, or misadventure regardless of its scale, mode, or location will not go unpunished and shall be met with an equal and proportionate response, the defence minister had said in a statement. Referring to India's usual practice of blaming Pakistan after every attack by Kashmiri freedom fighters, Dastagir had further said that instead of knee-jerk reactions and blaming Pakistan, India should answer for its state-sponsored espionage against Pakistan.
  2. Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah while speaking to media in Faisalabad on January 8, 2017. Photo: Geo News screen grab1 FAISALABAD: Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Monday that hurdles were created at every juncture for the current Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government in the last four-and-a-half years. While speaking to media in Faisalabad, Sanaullah shared that attempts were also made to spread chaos in the country. ?Attempts were made to stop development projects in the country, however, we countered all the hurdles and continue working for the people.? The designs of these forces have been ?completely exposed now?, he remarked. Similar sentiments were expressed by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at the inauguration ceremony of Sialkot Airport's international terminal today. PML-N continues to be criticised despite completing projects and working for the benefit of the people, said the PM. The ruling PML-N government completed projects for the generation of 10,000 Megawatts power, he said, adding ?Not only did we resolve electricity crises, we are also working for electricity generation for the coming 15 years.? The PM added, "attempts were even made to spread disorder in the last four years but PML-N continues to work for the people."
  3. ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khurram Dastagir on Friday said that the country does not want to escalate the current situation which arose due to "Trump's mercurial nature" and added that Pakistan's cooperation with the US will remain. The defence minister was speaking on Geo News Naya Pakistan. The US on Friday announced that it is suspending the transfer of military equipment and security-related funds to Pakistan. The suspension of security assistance to Islamabad comes after Washington accused Pakistan of playing a ?double game? on fighting terrorism and warned Islamabad it would have to do more if it wanted to maintain US aid. When asked how he would describe the current Pak-US relationship, Dastagir said the ties are in a state of "cold peace" and regretted the use of such language by Trump. "You do not use such language with allies." Elaborating on US aid to Pakistan, the defence minister said that facts need to be put forward first and added that, according to US statistics, military aid to Pakistan has reduced by 62 per cent from its peak and Coalition Support Funds have reduced by the same number. He added that economic aid has also reduced by 73pc. The defence minister maintained that the reduction in US aid will not have a significant effect on the country. Dastagir also said that the finance ministry is preparing a paper and there would be complete accountability regarding the amount of aid received and used by Pakistan over the course of the war on terror. He said, according to initial estimates, the US owes Pakistan $10 billion for services rendered during the period. Dastagir lamented that the US has even included funds which were given for anti-narcotics effort and which were not related to the war on terror. Price of liberty Reiterating the losses Pakistan has suffered and the sacrifices the country has given during the war, the defence minister said the price of liberty is eternal vigilance. He added that the country and its armed forces learned their lesson after the Osama bin Laden raid and the armed forces are well trained and alert. "This is not Salala and bin Laden's Pakistan, this is Pakistan after Operation Zarb-e-Azb and Radd-ul-Fasaad," said Dastagir. He also said the objective is to restore peace in Afghanistan and added that the US had asked for an operation in North Waziristan, which was conducted after capacity building. Dastagari further said the armed forces conduct operations in whichever valley they receive information regarding the presence of terrorists. In a tweet on January 1, Trump claimed that the United States had foolishly given Pakistan over $33 billion in aid over the last 15 years. In his tweet, the US president accused Pakistan of thinking US leaders to be fools. ?They give safe havens to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!? Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, in a reply to the US president's tweet, said Pakistan will let the world know the truth and will be responding to Trump's tweet.
  4. OnePlus confirmed in its forums yesterday that none of its current devices, including the 3/3T and the 5/5T, will support Project Treble, even after they're updated to Android Oreo. In an AMA on the OnePlus forums, OnePlus confirmed that the OnePlus 3, OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T won't get Project Treble support. Project Treble is making its debut in Android Oreo, and it's set to potentially be a game changer in how updates are handled. Announced back in May at Google I/O, Project Treble is a new way of handling updates on Android devices. In short, Treble is designed to make it easier for OEMs to update to newer versions of Android. It does this by splitting up portions of Android that don't need to change with updates, such as the work done with part vendors including Qualcomm. © Google This process replaces the existing process that involves a wait-in period for manufacturers in receiving the new software release from chip makers to modify the software specific to their hardware. OnePlus hasn't given a reason as to why it isn't adding this technology as part of the Oreo update that it will be pushing out to its phones. Only devices that ship with Android Oreo installed out of the box will be required to feature Project Treble, and, sadly, OnePlus's most recent phone, the 5T, ships with Android Nougat. © Google Still, Google's first-generation Pixel phone supports Project Treble, and the Essential Phone is attempting to support the feature, even though those phones first shipped with Android Nougat. So it's clear that adding support is possible. Many have been disappointed with the fact that the OnePlus 5T ships with Nougat out of the box. Android Oreo has been out for a couple of months now and smartphone makers like Sony and LG have already started shipping products with Oreo out of the box. It won't be surprising to see OnePlus say that the 5T will receive two major Android updates and this should include the Oreo and N - practically meaning just a year of software support. The good news, however, is that the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T won't be left out in the cold after Android 8.0 Oreo. They (along with the OnePlus 5 and 5T, presumably) are slated to get Android 8.1 Oreo-based firmware 'later'.
  5. German ambassador Martin Kobler (left) and Federal Minister for Interior Affairs Ahsan Iqnal. Photo: Twitter ISLAMABAD: Links of current terrorist attacks have been found with anti-social elements across the western border, said Federal Minister for Interior Affairs Ahsan Iqbal during a meeting with German ambassador Martin Kobler on Friday. While discussing the security situation of the region, Iqbal said peace and stability in Afghanistan is important for Pakistan. However, he added, Pakistan wants peace be restored in Afghanistan through dialogue. Moreover, the interior minister said Pakistan has paid a high price in its fight against terrorism. ?The tribal areas have been cleared of terrorists.? He added all the countries of the region should join hands to fight terrorism. Regarding partnership with Pakistan and commending the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Kobler said Germany was interested in investing in the projects. In a tweet, Kobler said CPEC is an opportunity for Pakistani and German companies and that it could improve cooperation between both the countries. Besides discussing the security situation of the region during their meeting, Iqbal and Kobler spoke about partnership between Germany and Pakistan for upgrading technology.
  6. Nothing has been a longer wait in this country than ‘acche din' and even if you have witnessed some ‘acche din' there will be someone or the other criticising the NDA government, at any given point in time for things they've promised and not delivered. This time we have Radio Mirchi RJ Akash Banerjee, ranting for almost ten minutes about the various deliverables that were promised by the government and have been casually forgotten or not talked about again, especially by our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. © Twitter The video of his rant went up live on Twitter yesterday and the Internet is loving the hilarity with which he is using his sarcasm to take pot shots at the present government for failing to live up to their promises. The video starts with him talking about three major developments that came up in the last 24 hours, like FIRs issued against a 1000 BHU students and the PM not saying a word about it, Farookh Ahmed Dar who has been proven innocent and the Saubhagya scheme which promises to provide electricity to all households by December 2018, free for the poor and at very low cost to others. While taunting PM Modi's far fetched modus operandi, Banerjee keeps insinuating these plans as being ‘joomlas' which vaguely translate to empty promises! He also mocks PM Modi's other ‘joomlas' like the scheme of giving INR 15 lakhs to the poor, from the recovered black money or the various Vikas Yojna's (development schemes), or the increasing petrol prices and of course, demonetisation. © Reuters Akash, also talks about how a population of 1.3 billion is suffering from a grave medical condition which affects the eyes and it's like having motiabind (cataract) but instead of motiabind, it's actually Modiabind! The puns are a bit hard hitting but maybe that's his way of reaching out to his listeners and showing them what true democracy actually is, by speaking his mind out. The Modi government, according to him, has been re-packaging their schemes and whatever was promised a year ago, is still in conversation by the government currently; case in point- the Saubhagya Scheme. In the end, Akash urges the janta to take their Modi glasses off and ask the right questions to the government which should mostly involve the original BJP mandate and the various development schemes that were promised by them. He is definitely not asking the people to not vote for the Modi government in the 2019 general elections but instead is asking his listeners and by listeners we mean the ‘aam janta' to thoroughly question the government, before bringing them into power again. Watch the video below: Large number of Indians suffering with a condition called #ModiaBindð±What should be done to deal with this crisisð¤ https://t.co/TjhtVYUAg3 — Akash Banerjee (@akashbanerjee) 26 September 2017
  7. Our timelines are filled with friends posting their Sarahah ids, asking us what we think of them. The app has gained a massive following on social media in a short period of time. Sarahah, that means ‘honesty' in Arabic, creates a special email id and invites people to send anonymous honest criticism. The USP is anonymity. It originally aimed at constructive criticism to help people improve personally and professionally, but clearly, that's not the only purpose the app is being used for. © Sarahah The lure of sending an anonymous hate message to a frenemy is huge. And the lure of knowing what your friends think of you is even bigger. In this world of short attention spans and social media existence, everything is uncertain, including our opinion of ourselves. We are always unsure. We are as good as our latest Facebook check-in, our latest profile picture, our most retweeted tweet. We function like ageing movie stars, always looking to stay relevant. It's very difficult to determine our own worth. The definition of what's cool, what's not, keeps changing and along with it, our sense of the self. © funnyordie Appearances are so important today they are often the sole parameters in measuring someone's worth. Strip the social media followers, the fancy clothes, the Instagram photos of all the places we've been to and you'd find a confused apparition of a person. We aren't confident in our bare skins anymore. We need the paraphernalia, the façade. And hence the validation, the constant need to know what the world thinks of you. We take pride in thinking the ‘log kya kahenge' syndrome afflicted only our previous generation and we're free from it. But no, we have developed our own version of it. We might not care about society when it comes to following tradition but we do give a lot of fucks to what our social media profiles say about us. Truth is we are willing victims of social pressures, just that they are not the same as they were for our parents. © Thinkstock Photos/Getty Images We turn to our Facebook friends, colleagues, strangers online for approval. Friends alone are not enough. The definition of friendship itself has changed; consider yourself lucky if you have two really close friends. Most friendships are not really honest anymore. We're scared of offending our friends by telling them the truth. When they break up with their partners, we join them in helping them burn old memories, not pausing to tell them where they went wrong. The rules of brotherhood or sisterhood tell us to stand by our friend come what may, but we misread it as blind support and often skip the brutal but constructive criticism fearing it'll bring more hurt. © Thinkstock Photos/Getty Images The advocates of the app say the person using it is putting himself/herself out there in the world and ‘asking for it'. The bullying is part and parcel of it. If bullying is normal, why not reveal the identity of the person involved. Why make them hide under the garb of anonymity? Why not do it in person? The thrill behind online trolling comes from the anonymity. The fact that you can hide under a safe virtual wall gives people immense power. And with power comes a capacity to be vile and mean. Despite the risk of bullying, apps like Sarahah that promise to satiate our narcissist selves with instant validation will always find takers.
  8. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/e35bd5c7c11d7602f99a58bc6e692192.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny8zMC8yMDE3IDExOjA1OjQ2IEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9My9MbXVVUGJJMmNqNkE4d1FscExPQT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] ISLAMABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider has clarified his statement on Kashmiris being uncertain about siding with Pakistan after Nawaz Sharif?s disqualification, saying he said so out of concern for the country?s current scenario. Addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Sunday, Haider said his statement was over the decision of the Supreme Court regarding Sharif and that he still stood behind what he said on Saturday. ?I condemn the way my [yesterday?s] press conference is being presented,? he said. ?I had addressed the conference as a Kashmiri.? He added that a video of the session was available and could be referred to for clarification. While expressing displeasure over Sharif's disqualification, Hiader said Nawaz Sharif is his leader. ?I will speak over articles 62 and 63,? he maintained. ?I?m not a pigeon to close my eyes [in troubled times].? During the news conference, the AJK premier expressed his support, saying the future of Kashmiris was linked to Pakistan?s prosperity. ?Kashmiris do not have any option other than Pakistan and have been trying to become a part of the country since the past 70 years.?