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  1. Wang Qishan (L), former secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, shakes hands with China?s President Xi Jinping as he is elected as China?s vice president during the fifth plenary session of the first session of the 13th National People?s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 17, 2018. Photo: AFP BEIJING: China?s rubber-stamp parliament unanimously handed President Xi Jinping a second term Saturday and elevated his right-hand man to the vice presidency, giving him a strong ally to consolidate power and handle US trade threats. Xi?s reappointment by the Communist Party-controlled legislature was a foregone conclusion, but all eyes had been on whether his former anti-corruption enforcer, Wang Qishan, would become his deputy. The National People?s Congress has widely expanded Xi?s already considerable authority during its annual session, adding his name to the constitution and lifting the two five-year term limit for the presidency and vice presidency. Xi received a standing ovation after winning all 2,970 votes. Only one delegate voted against Wang?s appointment, with 2,969 in favour. In 2013, Xi had received 2,952 votes, with one against and three abstentions, a 99.86 percent share. Xi and Wang shook hands as the legislators applauded. As part of the package of constitutional amendments, Xi and Wang for the first time took the oath of office by pledging allegiance to the constitution. Xi put his left hand on a red-covered book containing the constitution, and raised his right fist to take his oath. Elevating Wang allows Xi to keep a formidable ally by his side, as China?s most powerful leader since Mao Zedong cements his authority and sets his sights on a possible lifelong tenure. Wang, 69, stepped down from the Communist Party?s ruling council in October under informal retirement rules. But he has kept a prominent profile, sitting at the same table as the seven members of the Politburo Standing Committee during the public sessions of the National People?s Congress. Wang?s appointment shows that "he?s a really important political advisor," said Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King?s College London. "He?s a very capable politician, so it make sense he would still be around," Brown told AFP, noting that "it also shows we?re in an unconventional time in Chinese politics." Wang was at the frontline of Xi?s anti-corruption crusade, heading the party?s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, which punished 1.5 million officials in the past five years, from low-level cadres to regional leaders and generals. He stepped down last year. Known internationally in his previous role as China?s pointman on trade, Wang could help Xi deal with increasingly tense relations with the United States amid fears of a looming trade war, analysts say. ?Dream team? Xi?s real power stems from his title as general secretary of the Communist Party, but analysts say Wang could provide extra heft to his presidency, even though the vice president has largely been a ceremonial post. Xi is keeping Wang by his side because of his "talent and ability," according to Hua Po, an independent Chinese political commentator. "Choosing Wang as vice president is certainly to consolidate his power," Hua told AFP. "Xi is already a very powerful man. The problem is that he has too few people who are loyal and competent for his use, so he has to retain Wang and give himself more time to cultivate more talented people." Wang replaces Li Yuanchao, a relatively low-profile politician who has represented Xi on trips abroad. When he was vice premier, Wang periodically travelled to the United States, where then-president Barack Obama once gave the Chinese delegation a signed basketball that the official held up at a press conference. An "amazing" economist, he could now form a "dream team" with another member of the party leadership, Wang Yang, to deal with concerns that US President Donald Trump policies will trigger a trade war, Brown said. "Maybe they?ll be able to come up with a solution for this massive brewing storm with America about imbalances and tariffs."
  2. On March 25, international cricket will return to the city of lights as the final of the Pakistan Super League will be played at the National Stadium. Tickets for the final sold out within hours and renovation work at the stadium is almost complete. Workers busy in renovation work at National Stadium as preparation ahead of the final match of Pakistan Super League (PSL), in Karachi - PPI Work is underway to renovate the National Stadium ahead of the PSL final on March 25 - PPI Tickets for the final sold out within 15 hours - PPI Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah along with others reviews security arrangements and renovation construction work - PPI Cricket fans excited after buying PSL final tickets ? PPI Cricket fans ready for the return of international cricket to Karachi - PPI
  3. Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. File photo WASHINGTON: Saudi Arabia's crown prince warned in a US television interview that if Tehran gets a nuclear weapon, his country will follow suit. "Saudi Arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb, but without a doubt, if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible," Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in an excerpt of the interview that aired Thursday on "CBS This Morning." The 32-year-old Prince Mohammed said he has referred to Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as "the new Hitler" because "he wants to expand." "He wants to create his own project in the Middle East very much like Hitler who wanted to expand at the time," Prince Mohammed said. "Many countries around the world and in Europe did not realise how dangerous Hitler was until what happened, happened. I don't want to see the same events happening in the Middle East." The interview is scheduled to run on CBS´s "60 Minutes" show on Sunday, two days before the crown prince's scheduled White House meeting with US President Donald Trump.
  4. In 2016, Pan Bahar, an Indian pan masala brand shook the whole world by roping in Pierce Brosnan to endorse their product. While, they hit a jackpot with the Hollywood makeover, our beloved Mr. Bond found himself surrounded not by criminals but by memes and jokes, which were hilarious to deal with. When someone shifts from liking his vodka martini 'shaken, not stirred' to chewing a pan masala because 'class never goes out of style', there was obviously no way on earth that he could have escaped being the butt of all jokes. © Twitter And with the conviction he endorsed the pan masala, some of us were already considering chewing this elixir of success because this is 'Pehchan Kamyabi Ki'. I am sure the moment you heard Pierce Brosnan and Pan Bahar, you started imagining Brosnan as James Bond, introducing himself in the movie – “Mah naeeee is Booon, thooo (spits pan masala), James Bond.” After being trolled for this endorsement, 'The November Man' has finally spoken. The 64-year-old actor stated that the company Pan Bahar “cheated” him and kept him in the dark about the “hazardous” nature of the product. © Facebook After he was issued a show-cause notice, the actor sent in a written reply to the Delhi State Tobacco Control Cell. According to a report in The Times Of India, Additional Director (Health) S K Arora told PTI, “In a written reply to the Delhi State Tobacco Control Cell, the actor stated that he got cheated by the company as the latter did not disclose the hazardous nature of the product and other terms and conditions of the contract of advertisement.” © Facebook In fact, Brosnan further said that his agreement with the brand was over, and he was ready to extend support and cooperation to the department against such campaigns. Arora further said, “He has given an undertaking in writing that he would never assist any company with regard to promotion of such products or other such harmful products in future.”He further appealed to all the celebrities to not indulge in such advertisements since they adversely influence the minds of youngsters. Under section 5 of The Cigarette and Other Tobacco Product Act (COTPA), 2003 direct or indirect advertisement of tobacco products is banned. Not cool, Pan Bahar, not cool.
  5. London?s Central Mosque in Regents Park. Photo: AFP A London mosque was given special listed status on Tuesday in recognition of its architectural and historic importance, in a move a government minister said celebrated ?the rich heritage of Muslim communities in England?. The London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre in Regent?s Park, central London, was listed as a Grade II building by the government?s culture department. The special Grade II status is awarded to just 5.8 percent of approximately 500,000 listed buildings in England, marking them out as particularly important sites and giving them greater protection. ?By listing a beautiful mosque, we are not only preserving important places of worship, but also celebrating the rich heritage of Muslim communities in England,? said Heritage Minister Michael Ellis. A fund to establish a central London mosque was set up in 1910, but the Regent?s Park location was only secured in the 1940s and building work was finally completed in 1977. Although there are around 1,500 mosques in Britain, fewer than 20 percent are purpose-built according to Heritage England, which compiles the listings. The country?s first purpose-built mosque opened in Woking, a town south-west of London, in 1889. The Shah Jahan Mosque was upgraded on Tuesday to Grade I status, a ranking shared with sites such as royal residence Buckingham Palace. An Ahmadi place of worship in the Southfields area was also listed as a Grade II building. It is the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya community and was London?s first purpose-built place of worship when it opened in 1926.
  6. BNP leader and former Bangladesh premier Khalida Zia. Photo: File DHAKA: A Bangladeshi court granted bail on Monday to former prime minister Khaleda Zia, who was jailed last month for five years for graft, raising a chance her party might take part in a December general election. Zia is a two-term prime minister whose bitter rivalry with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has defined Bangladeshi politics for years. Their feud hangs over the run-up to a December election with Zia?s Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) vowing to boycott the polls in a protest against what it has said was Zia?s unfair jailing on trumped up charges. ?The high court granted her bail for four months,? Moudud Ahmed, a lawyer in the case and also a senior leader of Zia?s party, told reporters after the court ruling. The decision to release Zia on bail could open the door to her party?s participation in the general election, party secretary-general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir told Reuters. ?We can not say just now. Let our chief come out and then we will sit with her and we?ll discuss it,? Alamgir said. ?We are always in favour of elections, but there must be a congenial atmosphere.? It was not immediately clear when Zia would be released from detention. Earlier on Monday, Alamgir said an election without Zia would be ?meaningless?. He also said that unless the judgment against her was overturned, she would not be able to contest the election even if she got bail. Under Bangladesh electoral rules, anyone jailed for more than two years cannot contest an election for five years. The BNP boycotted the last polls, in 2014, in a protest against Hasina?s scrapping of the practice of having a caretaker government oversee elections. A boycott in December would again give the prime minister?s Awami League a clear run at power when the opposition could be benefiting from voter frustration with prices, unemployment, power cuts and anger over what many see as heavy-handed government tactics against opponents. Another boycott would also dash any hopes of stability, and raise risks for the country?s garment industry, which accounts for 80 percent of exports, which could face disruption by transport blockades in the event of unrest. ?Toxic' politics At the same time, efforts to combat religious militants behind a string of bloody attacks in recent years risk being hampered by turmoil. ?Politics could become even more toxic,? the International Crisis Group think-tank said in a recent note. ?The government?s continued marginalisation of BNP and its forcing underground of opponents like Jamaat-e-Islami, risk sapping resources from efforts to disrupt jihadists.? Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia found guilty of corruption Zia gets five-year jail term, son Tarique Rehman and four other accused get 10 years each and heavy fine Jamaat, Bangladesh?s largest religious party and an ally of the BNP, has been accused of inciting militancy. It denies that and opposition parties have denounced the crackdown on Jamaat leaders as a way to silence rivals. The BNP says the case against Zia is politically motivated by a ruling party riding roughshod over human rights and the rule of law. ?This is a totally one-party-rule here and it is totally dictatorial. Under these circumstances she?s been convicted,? Alamgir said. Law Minister Anisul Huq said the court decision to grant Zia bail proved that the government did not interfere in court matters. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan, a senior member of Hasina?s party, denied that the government had any role in Zia?s conviction, and said the BNP was merely trying to score political points with its accusations.
  7. Islamabad: Currently a faculty member at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Pakistani physician-scientist Dr Faisal H Cheema and his colleague Dr Jeffrey A. Morgan have been awarded $4 million in funding from Brockman Medical Research Foundation to lead cutting-edge research on heart transplantation. Dr Cheema?s mission is to make heart and lung transplant and artificial devices for end-stage heart failure and lung disease a reality in Pakistan. He also aspires to develop a national organ donation and allocation system for Pakistan. He plans to achieve these objectives in due course of time, through strategic partnerships among academic, corporate, governmental and philanthropic institutions. Belonging to the rural areas of Wazirabad and Hafizabad, Dr Cheema got his education from Crescent Model School and Government College, Lahore, before moving to Karachi to attend his medical school at Aga Khan University. After graduation, he moved to the United States and further trained and worked at Columbia University, Loyola University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland and University of California Berkley. Dr Cheema has served as Senator for the Ivy-League Columbia University and is involved with several professional, academic, community and philanthropic organisations. His passionate work for young physicians culminated in the establishment of the Committee for Young Physicians within the Association of Physicians of Pakistani-descent of North America (APPNA), on which he served for more than a decade; he also chaired APPNA. Dr Cheema has helped hundreds of students in their search for residencies and or advancing their medical careers in the US. He loves to mentor medical students and young physicians. Ever since he left his motherland, he continues to collaborate with various institutions in Pakistan (Aga Khan University, Punjab Institute of Cardiology, Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology, National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS), Shifa College of Medicine and others) and guides students from medical schools all across Pakistan. Dr Cheema has published more than 110 scientific manuscripts in high impact journals.
  8. Pakistani-American comedian Kumail Nanjiani. Photo: File Pakistani-American comedian Kumail Nanjiani may be an Oscar-nominated actor, but despite all his accomplishments he often gets mistaken for other "brown actors". Nanjiani took to Twitter to share that people still mix him up with other South Asian-American actors. ?A day may come when I am not mistaken for another brown actor. But it is not this day,? he wrote without delving into details regarding what prompted the tweet or who he was mixed up with. However, it appears Nanjiani isn?t the only one who faces the issue. Other brown stars commented on his tweet sharing their own experiences of how they're mistaken for Nanjiani. Kunal Nayyar of The Big Bang Theory revealed that he takes being mistaken for Nanjiani as a compliment. ?Every time I get recognised for you I think ?man I wish it were true :),? he said. Kal Penn, who appears in the ABC series Designated Survivor, also responded to the tweet saying he recently took credit for both Nanjiani and Nayyar?s accolades. ?I have taken credit for both of your accolades in the last two weeks so I guess I owe you each a photo, half a beer, and an awkward extended hug.? Further, comedian Hari Kondabolu chimed in to point out that even die-hard fans can?t differentiate between South Asian-American stars as he shared an image of fan art which featured Nanjiani instead of him. Turns out, people can?t even distinguish South-Asian American stars by gender as comedian Aparna Nancherla revealed she was congratulated on The Big Sick which is written by and features Nanjiani. Earlier this month, Nanjiani said nobody from Hollywood can find Pakistan on the map. Nobody from Hollywood can find Pakistan on the map: Kumail Nanjiani Extending support to 'Dreamers' in the US, Nanjiani took a dig at his own immigrant status "And I am from Pakistan and Iowa, two places that nobody from Hollywood can find on the map," he said while presenting the Oscar for production design at the 2018 Academy Awards along with actress Lupita Nyong'o.
  9. Nowadays, it's extremely rare to see a person going beyond the call of duty and doing something only for the benefit of others. But Inspector Rekha Mishra is not only an exemplary cop, she is also the reason behind more than 900 kids reconciling with their families in one year © Twitter/PIB Rekha is a Sub-Inspector belonging to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Central Railway. She joined the force in 2014 but it was in 2016 when she came into the limelight when she undertook the responsibility of tracing back the parents of three young girls who had fled to Mumbai from Chennai. On spotting the girls getting off a train without adult supervision, she realised that she needs to confront them as to why they were alone. However, when she didn't get any answers from them, she took the help of a translator and discovered that they had run away to Mumbai with the dreams of a glamorous life. That was enough for Rekha to set out on a journey to help runaway and lost kids. © Twitter Her job enables her to spot such kids easily as most of them get off at the last stop of the railway stations. She rescued more than 950 children in 2017 alone, out of which 92 were girls. Since most of these kids belong to the age group of 8-16, she makes sure that sensitivity is a priority when dealing with them. She has also repeatedly taken the help of social media in order to speed up the process. It's difficult to imagine how exhausting- both physically and emotionally, this whole process really is. Dealing with children, especially in cases where there is a language barrier, is definitely not an easy feat. But by now, Rekha has become accustomed to it and has gained massive respect for her work. Meet the guardian angel of lost children. RPF cop who reunited 1000 kids with their kin among the women to be awarded by President today. #Railways4Women #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/4o28486tyE — Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 8, 2018 And now, in order to recognise and applaud her efforts, she has been selected for the 'Nari Shakti Puraskar' alongside 100 other women. They will be felicitated with a cash honorarium of Rs 1 lakh and a certificate by President Ram Nath Kovind today, on the occasion of International Women's day. Meet Ms. Rekha Mishra, #NariShakti Puraskar 2017 awardee. She has single-handedly rescued 953 runaway/ lost/ trafficked children from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) Railway Station in Mumbai. pic.twitter.com/4FucSZ88xJ — PIB India (@PIB_India) March 7, 2018 Rekha's exceptional work is just further proof that a woman can achieve whatever she sets her mind to. Her approach towards this issue is commendable and we salute her for her outstanding contribution.
  10. On the back of record-breaking performances in the track and field arena, Usain Bolt managed to create a fanbase many sportspersons can only dream of in their careers. So much so that even after his retirement, the Jamaican sprinter continues to enjoy the love and support of his fans. A popular figure in the media, Bolt's tryst with football and hopes of becoming a pro at 31 has kept everyone on their toes. While we are yet to ascertain his success as a footballer, it's safe to say that Bolt will surely fail as a dancer. "To be great, you have to work hard" Wise words from #ChiefSpeedOfficer @UsainBolt to the students of Tivoli Gardens High School. pic.twitter.com/L0fHfY7DHA — Digicel Jamaica (@DIGICELJamaica) February 26, 2018 As proved in a recent video, Bolt tried his hands at dancing during a promotional visit to the Tivoli Gardens High School. After the session, the decorated athlete found himself against a young schoolgirl in what looked like a dance-off. Dancing can't done at Tivoli Gardens High this morning #Fling pic.twitter.com/gmdpRz8h5P — Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) February 26, 2018 But, little did he know, what the innocent-looking girl had in store for him. Dancing to the beats, the young girl completely owned the 'Sprint King' who failed miserably while trying to match her moves. The video has since gone viral with the twitterverse expressing their views on Bolt's dance moves. Usain looks like him get schooled lol — christine (@mindbalance22) February 26, 2018 She showed u up Usain lol — Zak (@Zak07731136) February 26, 2018 She done you me boss. Sorry — Leortha Mealody (@Misty_Lee24) February 26, 2018 This girl got swag! U didn't do bad yourself tho — Kenny Oke (@oke4Eva) February 26, 2018 She baaadddd. Serious dancer — Debby (@debbrisse22) February 27, 2018
  11. Heinrich Klaasen hit 69 off 30 balls in South Africa's win against India in the second T20 JOHANNESBURG: Uncapped wicketkeeper-batsman Heinrich Klaasen and all-rounder Wiaan Mulder were named in South Africa´s 15-man test squad on Saturday for the first two of the four-match series against Australia. Klaasen proved swashbuckling with the bat in both the one-day International and Twenty20 series against India over the last month and selector Linda Zondi said, "we firmly believe he can become just as good a player in the five-day format". The 26-year-old has played four ODIs and two T20 matches for South Africa. "The selection of Mulder continues our strategy to expand our pool of all-rounders against top quality opposition," added Zondi in a Cricket South Africa statement. "He is a batting all-rounder and his selection will depend on how we decide to balance our starting XI. "Mulder, 20, represented South Africa in an ODI against Bangladesh in October last year. Touch of Klaasen as South Africa beat India by six wickets Klaasen slammed seven sixes in hitting 69 off 30 balls as South Africa chased down target of 189 The duo take the places of Chris Morris and Andile Phehlukwayo in the squad that beat India 2-1 in their recent three-test series. The first test against Australia is in Durban, starting on Thursday with the second in Port Elizabeth from March 9-13. Squad: Faf du Plessis (captain), Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock, Theunis de Bruyn, AB de Villiers, Dean Elgar, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, Morne Morkel, Wiaan Mulder, Lungisani Ngidi, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada.
  12. While the Indian cricket team is slugging it out in South Africa, their rivals across the border are engrossed in the third edition of the glittering Pakistan Super League (PSL). The popular T20 league began with a star-studded opening ceremony in Dubai on Thursday which was followed by a thrilling encounter between PSL franchises Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans. International pop star @jasonderulo during his energetic performance at the opening ceremony of #HBLPSL 2018 #DilSeJaanLagade pic.twitter.com/5iRef6FGD0 — PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) February 22, 2018 But, despite US pop sensation Jason Derulo's starry performance during the opening ceremony and Kumar Sangakkara's match-winning fifty for Multan Sultans, it was Pakistani seamer Wahab Riaz who became the topic of great discussion. The Peshawar Zalmi player was seen sporting a horseshoe moustache - a look that has been mastered by Australian speedster Mitchell Johnson over the years. His photo with the new facial hairdo has gone viral on the social media with fans across the globe sharing their opinion on Riaz's look. How do you like @WahabViki's new look? The left-armer claims to have grown the mustache to 'motivate' himself!#HBLPSL #DilSeJaanLagaDe pic.twitter.com/xMMCnXTlGF — PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) February 22, 2018 During an interview, when asked about his new look, Riaz said: "I wish I can properly perform once again, in this PSL series, what I am known for — my character (role) as a fast bowler. I hope it keeps reminding me of who I am, what I have to do in this tournament and how I have to perform". When asked if the style inspiration comes from Mitch, he said: See, it's good to be inspired by anyone for anything that benefits you and if I'm inspired by Mitchell, then I'd love to say thank you to him. I was quite scared and nervous when I came to the stadium because I knew people would take and share pictures (of my new style)". Well, inspired or not, Riaz's new look has surely turned him into the talk of the town. But, unfortunately for the Pakistani bowler, the social media wasn't too kind. Ghareebon ka Mitchel Johnson, Wahab Riaz reveals his looks for tonight's game. #PZvsMS #PSL2018 pic.twitter.com/gq5yn13Qua — Anas Mallick (@AnasMallick) February 22, 2018 Pic 1: What you order online Pic 2: What u get ððð#Wahabriaz #HBLPSL pic.twitter.com/sqU54h5xrr — Ø±Ø§Ø¬Û ÙØ­Ùد ÙÙسÛÙ°ðµð° (@raja_musa96) February 22, 2018 Alan Wilkins : Good Tribute to Mitchell Johnson, Wahab. Wahab Riaz : Have you gone nuts? This is a tribute to 'Akhri Pasta' from Housefull.Mmmaaammmiiyyaaa. pic.twitter.com/lbqubHn4RI — Umair (@Umairhunk2) February 23, 2018 Remember when @WahabViki featured in clash of clans? #PSL2018 pic.twitter.com/RgVy7vjRfT — Fariha (@Fay_Alif) February 22, 2018 Mooch rakhnay se koe johnson no ban jata — Riz (@riziop) February 23, 2018 If @MitchJohnson398 was born in China... ð — RD.1007 (@RD_1007) February 23, 2018 zalmi ka Johnson — arbaz khan (@arbazalikhan1) February 23, 2018 Motivate.. ?? Pta ni kis bat ka attitude aya h is me.. — Ali Raza Khan (@aliraza_khan11) February 22, 2018 When you order something online and you received a third copy of the product ðð i like it. #MSvPZ #PSL2018 pic.twitter.com/9mGGahUBfT — QA (@Qamar_110) February 22, 2018 pic.twitter.com/jmqwrD2OiE — fahadalimehtab (@fahadalimehtab) February 22, 2018 You downloaded the wrong psl ðð — Abbas Javaid (@AbbasJavaid9) February 22, 2018
  13. Children play on 'Before Collapse' by local artist Matthew Tsang Man Fu at the Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, Hong Kong, February 22, 2018. AFP/Anthony Wallace HONG KONG: Hong Kong?s harbourfront is known for glistening skyscrapers and the sight of containerships navigating busy shipping lanes ? but a new art project has added a giant pumpkin, a map of the stars and a pair of disembodied legs to the famous skyline. The Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, which officially opened on Thursday, is a collection of works by 19 local and international artists, including Britain?s Antony Gormley and Tracey Emin, Japan?s Yayoi Kusama, as well as Jenny Holzer and Hank Willis Thomas from the United States. The series of installations aims to increase public access to art in a city known more for its exclusive high-end galleries and lucrative auctions. "I think public art is a unique place to make a statement and I wanted to make a work that people could inhabit and basically become a part of," said Willis Thomas, perched inside a large metal speech bubble. The work "Ernest and Ruth" is one of two of his sculptures in the project, which was organised by the non-profit Hong Kong Arts Centre in collaboration with local partners. On the harbourfront, intrigued visitors had already begun taking pictures of themselves with Kusama?s oversized pumpkin sculpture on Thursday afternoon, while children played among the other works dotted on the grass. Hong Kong artist Kacey Wong, whose angular golden artwork "Asteroids & Comets" is a constellation of three-dimensional star maps, said younger visitors were the quickest to engage with the art. "This morning some children they saw the work and just charged right in and started jumping up and down inside without reading any of the captions," he told AFP approvingly. Hong Kong is increasingly burnishing its artistic credentials and has hosted the annual Art Basel, Asia?s largest art fair, since 2013.
  14. The organizers of the ongoing 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games should probably consider changing the name to 'World's Most Dangerous Games Are Played Here'; because that's probably the best explanation one can come up with for the event. © Reuters If the games weren't tough already, the life threatening tracks further add to the danger for the players, making it unbelievable and tough for the people watching it on TV. And 30-year-old Austrian Snowboarder Markus Schairer can probably testify the same or agree with us. © Twitter Markus was eyeing for the semi-finals of the Snowcross Board, but his Olympic journey has now come to a tragic halt, after a horrific crash broke his neck. During the last jump, Markus lost control and landed on his back and neck. He was immediately rushed to the hospital after the race when he complained of severe chest pain. Shortly after, it was revealed by the Austrian Olympic Committee that Markus has fractured the fifth cervical vertebra in his neck. The good news is that there are no signs of any neurological impairment or long-term damage. © Twitter Just by looking at the video, one can feel how deadly the impact was and how difficult it would have been for him to bear so much pain. Markus has returned to Austria to receive further treatment. Böser Sturz von Markus #Schairer im #Snowboard Boardercross. Halswirbelbruch, aber Ärzte befürchten keine Folgeschäden #PyeongChang2018 pic.twitter.com/iaptkStpYW — Lukas Zahrer (@ZaraLuk) February 15, 2018 It is not miraculous enough that he survived, but it is also unbelievable how he got up on his feet, finished the race and even congratulated his fellow competitors. If this is not the mark of a true fighter and pure sportsmanship, we wonder what else does. Markus deserves all the respect in the world and we hope for his speedy recovery.
  15. KATHMANDU: The leader of Nepal´s largest Communist party was sworn in as prime minister Thursday, two months after leading his party to a thumping victory in landmark elections billed as a turning point for the impoverished Himalayan nation. KP Sharma Oli will head the first government elected under a new national constitution that cements Nepal´s transformation from Hindu monarchy to a federal republic 11 years after the end of a brutal Maoist insurgency. An alliance of Oli´s main Communist party and the former Maoist rebels trounced the incumbent Nepali Congress party in last year´s polls, winning a strong majority in both houses of parliament and six of the seven provincial assemblies. The Communist leader was sworn in as prime minister by President Bidya Bhandari on Thursday afternoon. Nepal´s post-war charter sets out a sweeping overhaul of the political system, devolving significant power from the centre to the seven provinces. But the handover of power after last year´s polls was delayed by disagreements over how the new election rules in the constitution should be implemented. The long delay has dampened the optimism that accompanied the polls, when many voters cast their ballots hoping a new government would bring much-needed stability and development. Nepal has cycled through 11 prime ministers since the civil war ended in 2006, allowing corruption to flourish and growth stagnate. Sher Bahadur Deuba, who resigned as prime minister earlier Thursday, spent just eight months in office. Rules under the new constitution make it harder to oust the premier, raising hopes that the next government could last a full five year term. Regional relations During Oli´s last term in office in 2015, relations between Kathmandu and its traditional ally Delhi soured after protests over the constitution led to a blockade of the Nepal-India border. The blockade caused a crippling shortage of goods in the landlocked Himalayan nation as it was still reeling from a devastating earthquake that hit earlier that year killing nearly 9,000 people. Oli blamed the blockade on Delhi and tilted Nepal´s diplomatic relations towards China, stoking nationalistic sentiment. Beijing responded by pumping vast sums of money into Nepal in the form of large-scale infrastructure projects. Analysts say Oli will likely take a more pragmatic approach to balancing relations with Nepal´s two giant neighbours this time around. "He used the nationalistic platform for elections. Now he doesn´t need to bait India to get support," said Kunda Dixit, editor of the Nepali Times newspaper. Both Oli and New Delhi appear keen to rebalance relations between the neighbours. India´s foreign minister Sushma Swaraj was recently in Kathmandu for meetings with the government-in-waiting and there has been talk of a visit to Nepal by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Where Oli makes his first overseas visit will be closely watched. He is expected to continue to court Beijing, with an eye on investment for a long-mooted Himalayan rail link and energy-staved Nepal´s hydropower system. The 65-year-old´s health is a cause of concern within political circles. He had a kidney transplant about 10 years ago and regularly flies to Bangkok for health checkups. Some say he downplays the severity of his health problems.
  16. Picture credit: West Yorkshire police/PA In a bizarre ruling, a 30-year-old man was jailed for 10 years because of his pet bull terrier, who killed his neighbour in 2016, reported The Guardian. The man named Aaron Joseph was the owner of the dog that killed his 52-year-old neighbour David Ellam. Ellam died while saving his own pet from Joseph?s terrier in August 2016, in West Yorkshire. He sustained serious injuries and after 12 hours succumbed to them at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. Police had taken the dog into custody after it attacked two people earlier, however, he was returned to the owner after it was determined it wasn?t of a banned breed. The Independent Police Complaints Commission launched an investigation after Ellam?s death. Judge Sally Cahill while giving sentence to Joseph said that his offence was nothing short of ?horrendous?. ?Because of your arrogance, this dog, which should have been carefully and strictly controlled, was kept in circumstances whereby she was able to escape and attack Mr Ellam. ?You did things and failed to do things which in my judgment were not minimal, they were the root cause of this death. You could have muzzled Alex. That one simple act, in compliance with the court order, would have prevented this tragedy,? the judge was quoted as saying by the publication.
  17. Cast member Lupita Nyong'o poses for a portrait while promoting the movie "Black Panther" in Beverly Hills, California, US, January 30, 2018 LOS ANGELES: ?Black Panther,? the first black standalone Marvel superhero movie, has won rave reviews with critics praising both its adventure and its portrayal of a majestic Africa. Directed by Ryan Coogler and featuring a predominantly black cast including Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong?o and Angela Bassett, ?Black Panther? was hailed by the Daily Beast as ?a love letter to every black person? and ?a correction for years of diversity neglect? by Rolling Stone. The Disney movie, opening worldwide next week, tells the story of T?Challa, the newly crowned king of the fictional, technologically advanced African nation Wakanda, who is challenged from factions within his own country. The movie arrives after years of criticism about the under representation of actors and filmmakers of color in Hollywood, including the #OscarsSoWhite campaign that prompted the Academy of Motion Pictures to increase diversity in its predominantly while, male membership. It got a rare 100 percent rating from review aggregator RottenTomatoes.com and analysts expect it to bring in some $150 million at the North American box office on its opening weekend. The New York Times said the film ?creates wonder with great flair and feeling? while having a story that ?has far more going for it than branding.? Entertainment Weekly said the movie?s ?nuanced celebration of pride and identity and personal responsibility? was the movie?s ?own true superpower.? IndieWire called it ?the best Marvel movie so far, by far.? USA Today said that along with the fantastical elements of the film and its James Bond-style spycraft, ?Black Panther? was extremely grounded ?dealing with the consequences of age-old colonialism and exploring isolation at a time when actual countries are building borders rather than breaking them down.? Business Insider said that ?Black Panther? arrived at a perfect time. ?Like ?Wonder Woman? last year, ?Black Panther? is a project that fans have been waiting decades to see. And just like ?Wonder Woman,? it was worth the wait.?
  18. After taking a 1-0 lead in the six-match One-Day International (ODI) series, the Indian cricket team once again proved why they are one of the most ruthless sides in limited-overs cricket following their nine-wicket triumph in the second match against South Africa. Opting to bat first, the Indian wrist spinners bamboozled the out-of-sorts Proteas, restricting them to a lowly total of 118 runs. In reply, Shikhar Dhawan (51*) Virat Kohli (46) ensured India notched up their target with nine wickets and 177 balls to spare. But, despite India's heroics, something else grabbed all the limelight. With India just two runs short of their target in Centurion, the fans were left bemused after umpires decided to call lunch. Despite the result being a foregone conclusion, play stopped for about 40 minutes and the Centurion crowd had thinned out considerably before the game resumed. Cricket is bloody bonkers ... Lunch break taken with 2 runs required for Victory ... Surely common sense comes into play !!!!!!!!! #SAvsIND — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 4, 2018 Echoing similar sentiments, Virender Sehwag aka 'Troll King' took a dig at the on-field umpires in the way he knows best. Taking to Twitter, the former Indian opener compared the match officials with the employees of Indian Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) banks. Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana #INDvSA — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 4, 2018 “Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana,” Sehwag tweeted after witnessing this bizarre scene. Since then, his tweet has been shared more than seven thousand times. Sehwag's tweet did leave his fans in splits following his uncanny comparison, but it also irked a few PSU bank employees who didn't shy away from hitting back at the 'Nawab of Najafgarh'. Sir....bura maan Gaya main....I alwez..alwezzzz. saw ur matches @ Mohali....nd I'm a PSU bank officer...nd have alwez treated customers to their expectations...ðð — atul thakur (@atulthakur22) February 4, 2018 "Sir....bura maan Gaya main....I alwez..alwezzzz. saw ur matches @ Mohali....nd I'm a PSU bank officer...nd have alwez treated customers to their expectations," a PSU bank employee replied on Twitter. Bura na maan bhai. Tu exception hai. Most Sarkaari banks , infact most sarkaari departments don't care for the common man. The attitude is like Maai Baap , as if they are doing a favour if they do their job. https://t.co/CRfkuSQCEb — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 5, 2018 Fuelling the friendly banter, Sehwag replied: "Bura na maan bhai. Tu exception hai. Most Sarkaari banks , infact most sarkaari departments don't care for the common man. The attitude is like Maai Baap , as if they are doing a favour if they do their job". I work in PSU bank. We never ask our customers to come after lunchtime. — reshmi aneesh (@reshmikarottu) February 5, 2018 Another PSU bank employee didn't take Viru's words kindly before tweeting: "I work in PSU bank. We never ask our customers to come after lunchtime". You are also an exception. Apart from lunch most others also have the excuse of server kharaab, printer nahi chal raha. Unfortunately hasn't changed in most sarkaari departments https://t.co/faeYzdyRBy — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 5, 2018 Replying to her, Sehwag also labelled her as an exception and said: "You are also an exception. Apart from lunch most others also have the excuse of server kharaab, printer nahi chal raha. Unfortunately hasn't changed in most sarkaari departments".
  19. Qureshi appears before ATC in 2014 dharna violence case-Geo News ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court on Wednesday approved the interim bail of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi in cases related to violence during a sit-in the capital in 2014. Qureshi, who appeared in the court for the first time after absconding for about two years, was ordered to pay surety bonds worth Rs100,000. The court was hearing four cases pertaining to violence, including destroying OF property in the Red Zone, attacking the state TV channel's building and injuring SSP Junejo during the 2014 protest. Both Qureshi and PTI chairman Imran Khan are named in all four cases. Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Tahirul Qadri and workers of both parties are also named in the cases. Dharna violence case: Police submit interim charge-sheet against Imran The charge-sheet names PTI chief Imran Khan as a suspect and includes a list of 14 witnesses against the opposition politician On Tuesday, the Secretariat police submitted an interim charge-sheet before the ATC, which named Imran as a suspect and included a list of 14 witnesses against the party chief. Bails of PTI leaders Shireen Mazari, Arif Alvi and Asad Umar were approved on January 17 after they appeared for the first time in the court in the case after absconding for two years. Imran Khan?s bail was extended in the four cases on January 2. In August 2014, violence broke out in the federal capital when PTI and PAT supporters attempted to break a police cordon and storm the PM House, using cranes to remove barricades. The clashes between police and protesters resulted in the deaths of three people and injuries to over 560. Of the injured, 77 were security officials deployed in the Red Zone, including SSP Junejo. The decision to march to the PM House was taken after talks between the government, PTI and PAT had failed to end the deadlock over the resignation of the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif. The two parties were protesting 'rigging' in the 2013 general elections.
  20. While Team India is yet to negate South Africa's challenge in the Test series, former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on his way to the Rainbow Nation on Thursday to join his teammates for the six-match One-Day Internationals (ODI) series. Dhoni, who retired from the longest format in 2014, will undoubtedly be crucial for India to script a comeback in the limted-overs series after their Tests debacle against the Proteas. But, even before stepping foot in the Rainbow Nation, Dhoni faced a South African in his flight. The Jharkhand cricketer was accompanied by none other the fielding maestro Jonty Rhodes, who - given his love for India - seems to be more Indian than a South African. Rhodes was travelling to his home country along with his kids India and Nathan Jon. There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi pic.twitter.com/8wurojjCF3 — Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) January 25, 2018 Taking to Twitter, Rhodes shared a picture of Dhoni - who was seen holding his son Nathan - with a caption: "There are always feelings of concern when family leaves after 2 incredible months together, but I need not have feared; as they were in safe hands @msdhoni getting some advice from India and Nathan Jon on how to play in SA - he told them “mujhe pata hai” #SAvIND dhanyavaad Mahi". Given India's batting woes on the bouncy wickets and seaming conditions, we hope that India and Nathan has given enough advice to Dhoni on how to bat in South Africa as his team aims to return to the winning ways in the ODI series - slated to begin from 1 February - after losing the three-match Test series.
  21. Minnie Mouse was honoured with a star on Hollywood´s Walk of Fame Monday, with her eternal sidekick Mickey by her side. Photo: AFP LOS ANGELES: Minnie Mouse was honoured with a star on Hollywood´s Walk of Fame Monday, with her eternal sidekick Mickey by her side. In her red and white polka-dot dress and bright yellow heels, the giggly cartoon favorite was recognised a full four decades after Mickey. "Mickey, I´m so happy you´re here to share this wonderful day with me. That´s for you! This really is the best day ever. Oh thank you, thank you, thank you," she said. Minnie Mouse was honoured with a star on Hollywood´s Walk of Fame Monday, with her eternal sidekick Mickey by her side. Photo: AFP Minnie was joined by pop star Katy Perry -- who also wore a red and white polka-dot dress -- and Disney chief executive Robert Iger. Mickey, who wore a tuxedo for the occasion, had his own star unveiled in November 1978. The duo first appeared on film together in 1928 and after 90 years in show business, Minnie´s star is still shining.
  22. Japan's weather agency Monday issued a heavy snow warning for Tokyo for the first time in four years, urging people to go home early amid fears of public transport chaos. Photo: AFP/file TOKYO: Japan's weather agency Monday issued a heavy snow warning for Tokyo for the first time in four years, urging people to go home early amid fears of public transport chaos. Scores of domestic flights departing from and arriving at the Japanese capital were scrapped due to the snow, while some regional trains were also cancelled. Japan's northern regions frequently see heavy blankets of snow but such weather is rare in Tokyo. And with the snowfall expected to get heavier, Tsumoru Matsumoto, the agency's chief forecaster, urged people to cut short their working day. "There will be heavy snow this evening" in Tokyo, Matsumoto said, warning that "the snow is likely to affect public transport" when the evening commute begins. The weather agency only issues a heavy snow alert when there are fears there could be damage to property or disruption to traffic. "In Tokyo, we also warn of heavy snow if the snow is expected to accumulate more than 10 centimetres (3.94 inches) in 12 hours," Sakiko Nishioka from the weather agency told AFP. The last time the alert was issued, in February 2014, Tokyo saw 27 centimetres of snow. The country's northern regions that often see heavy snow have a higher bar for the warning.
  23. As we inch closer to the release date of 'Black Panther', Marvel and superhero fans are finding it difficult to contain their excitement. And this wait is getting tougher with each passing day as Marvel is busy bombarding us with teasers, TV spots and trailers. © Marvel Studios With just a few days left for the movie to hit the theatres, Marvel has dropped a Hindi trailer that is sure to make you shout 'Ab aayega mazaa', while sitting in front of your screens watching the video. The trailer begins with a voiceover talking about aliens and other mystical creatures and how something like this has never been seen before. And that's when our beloved Chadwick Boseman comes on screen and brings along with him some kickass action, a glimpse of which we have already seen in previous trailers and teasers. © Marvel Studios This trailer might crack you up, especially in parts where you hear dialogues like 'Ghar aa gaya', 'Beta, ab waqt tumhara hai' and 'Wakanda Zindabad'; but the video manages to retain the original essence and the background music and killer action is sure to keep you hooked to it. Having said that, did you know that this 'Black Panther' is connected to Bollywood's biggest blockbuster franchise, 'Baahubali'? No, you won't spot Katappa killing Baahubali, neither will you see the great Mahishmati kingdom popping out of nowhere. Well, the catch is this – Marvel Studios roped in 'Baahubali' writer and lyricist Manoj Muntashir to pen the dialogues for the Hindi version. Honestly, we would love to watch T'Challa and Eric Killmonger discuss why Katappa killed Baahubali, but that's not going to happen. © Arka Media Works Directed by Ryan Coogler, 'Black Panther' talks about the life and struggles of T'Challa, after he becomes the king of Wakanda post his father's death. 'Black Panther' is expected to release on February 16.
  24. Sunny Leone is soon going to join the league of actors like Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor Khan. No, we are not talking about a new movie in store with a star studded cast. © Instagram Sunny is permanently shifting to Delhi…in the form of a wax statue. Yes, 2017's most searched Indian entertainer on Google is now going to grace the prestigious Madame Tussauds in Delhi, which recently opened its gates for the public. Sunny who is super excited to join the Madame Tussauds family, took to Instagram to share the news with her fans and let's just say, you now have another reason to flock to the Delhi wax museum if you haven't visited it already. At least, for those who dreamt of clicking selfies with Sunny can now inch closer to that distant dream by getting clicked with her statue. © Instagram She wrote, “So excited to see myself at the Delhi @madametussaudsdelhi Trying to find the exact color match of my eyes…such an amazing process!!” So excited to see myself at the Delhi @madametussaudsdelhi Trying to find the exact color match of my eyes... such an amazing process!! A post shared by Sunny Leone (@sunnyleone) on Jan 18, 2018 at 6:13am PST Recently, the Madame Tussauds team flew in from London to meet Sunny in Mumbai and take measurements and photographs to create a life-like wax figure. Sunny reportedly said, “I am thrilled and grateful to Madame Tussauds for creating my figure. Having my own wax figure is completely overwhelming. This is the first time I have undergone a sitting and I must thank the entire team for making it a unique and memorable experience.” She further added, “I am equally excited to see 'me' at the attraction and can't wait for the fans reaction it will be finally displayed later this year. Madame Tussauds is a 'one-of-a-kind' attraction and I am so thrilled to be chosen for this incredible honour.” Sunny's husband Daniel Webber too posted the news on his Instagram account to thank Madame Tussauds for welcoming Sunny into the family. Today was one of those moments, when every Crazy thing you went through to get to the place you are today , is worth it all!!! I am so proud and everyone who works with us to make this happen!!! Thank You Madame Tussauds for asking Sunny Leone to be a part of your family now and FOREVER !!! Xoxoxo. So proud !!! You are FOREVER !!! @sunnyleone @sunnyrajani @hitendrakapopara @tomasmoucka @jeetihairtstylist @lomasrathod And of course @madametussauds @madametussaudsdelhi A post shared by Daniel "Dirrty" Weber (@dirrty99) on Jan 18, 2018 at 5:07am PST Madame Tussauds Delhi too welcomed Sunny Leone into their family with this post, “Delhi's winter blues will go away, thanks to the ever-glowing @sunnyleone.” Well, we completely agree with Madame Tussauds Delhi. Delhi's winter blues will go away, thanks to the ever-glowing @sunnyleone! Check out our stories from today's session with her and don't forget to catch her LIVE on our FB page, as it got #SunnyAtTussaudsDelhi! . . . #madametussauds #tussaudsdelhi #sunnyleone #actress #bollywood #star #celeb #celebs #celebrity #instafamous #famousfun #instafun #beauty #beautyqueen #beautyful #behindthescenes #starstruck #instadelhi #delhigram #delhidiaries #sodelhi #omgdelhi #filmlife #reveal A post shared by Madame Tussauds Delhi (@madametussaudsdelhi) on Jan 18, 2018 at 4:43am PST Sunny Leone is currently busy chilling with her daughter Nisha and was earlier seen in movies like 'Tera Intezaar' and 'Baadshaho'.
  25. Five suspects appeared before the court on January 15, 2017. Photo: Geo News screen grab KARACHI: Chinese nationals allegedly involved in ATM skimming were remanded into the custody of Federal Investigation Agency till January 18, Geo News reported Monday. Five suspects appeared before the court on Monday. The investigating officer (IO) shared that the suspects have trouble understanding English which is becoming a hurdle in the way of investigation. He added that a group of eight to 10 people were part of the gang involved in ATM skimming. The judicial magistrate inquired, using hand gestures, from the Chinese nationals if they were tortured or maltreated. Replying to this, a Chinese National gestured that he suffered an injury to his head, adding that he was beaten up after covering his eyes. ATM skimming fraud: Four more Chinese nationals arrested in Karachi Suspects belong to an organised gang involved in the ATM skimming fraud in the city, says senior police official However, the IO said that the suspect had bumped into the wall intentionally. The judge also ordered the IO to bring along a translator in the next hearing so that the court gets to know the name and relevant details of the suspects. The FIA had requested a 14-day remand of the suspects. On Sunday, four Chinese nationals were arrested on suspicion of ATM skimming, the latest in a series of arrests linked to an organised gang behind a major electronic bank fraud in the city. Police said three men were caught red-handed trying to install a skimming device on an ATM in the upscale Defence Housing Authority (DHA) locality early Sunday, only hours after a similar arrest from the Tipu Sultan Road area. ATM skimming: Chinese national arrested in Karachi The police informed that three accomplices of the suspect managed to escape Superintendent of Police (SP) Clifton Asad Aijaz told reporters that a skimming device was seized from the arrested suspects, as well as Rs2.3million stolen from ATMs of different banks. Two other suspects managed to flee from the site, said the senior police official. But, after receiving information from the arrested foreigners, police later recovered over 150 automated teller machine cards and took a fourth suspect into custody who is currently being investigated. On Sunday afternoon, police arrested a Chinese national from Tipu Sultan Road for his alleged involvement in ATM skimming fraud. An ATM skimming device and Rs0.65million were recovered from the suspect?s possession, the police said, adding that three accomplices of the suspect managed to escape.