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  1. We all cry a bucket or two when life hits us hard. But, nothing can be more painful than a friend hitting you hard at a time when you least expect it (quite literally). And TV's popular actress Shraddha Arya learned this lesson in the most brutal way possible. Not that I am trying to sound like a sadist, but I laughed hard and enjoyed seeing her get hurt, because that's basically most of us while doing a group project. I am sure I am not the only one who hated the concept of group projects in college. No matter, how hard you worked, there was always someone who came around and f**ked things up for everyone. This video is a graphic representation of the same. © instagram Shraddha Arya, who currently appears on Zee TV popular daily soap, 'Kundali Bhagya', recently shared a throwback video of her doing a 'towel dance' with two of her friends. The video started on a high note and we soon started comparing it to Ranbir Kapoor's iconic towel dance from 'Saawariya'. But, things soon went downhill and she had to stop it immediately. Stop having any weird thoughts guys, it wasn't a wardrobe malfunction. However, it did get brutal in the end. She was dancing happily before her friend accidently slapped her hard in the face. Hahahahahð when things don't go as planned, since we were so messy from the start. (Watch till the end) @meher_gill @bhaveshweta #bloopers #whatrubbish ð#throwback #wth A post shared by Shraddha Arya (@sarya12) on Mar 19, 2018 at 10:27pm PDT It's okay Shraddha, not everyone can be a pro at towel dance like Ranbir Kapoor. On this note, let's take a walk down the memory lane and look at Ranbir's debut days.
  2. Karachi Kings players celebrate a wicket SHARJAH: Islamabad United and Karachi Kings clash tonight in the last group match of the third edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Sharjah. With Peshawar Zalmi's win over Karachi Kings on Thursday, and following victory over Quetta Gladiators last night, Islamabad United have confirmed their place as the top team on the points table, and will be playing the qualifier in Dubai on March 18. A victory in the qualifier would mean a direct flight to Karachi for the PSL 2018 final. For Karachi Kings, however, the outcome of today's Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars match holds great significance. Both Karachi and Multan will be praying for Lahore's success against Peshawar. If Peshawar lose, Peshawar are out of the competition and Karachi and Multan would join Islamabad and Quetta in the final four of the tournament. But if Peshawar win, then Karachi would have to beat Islamabad convincingly tonight before the playoffs.
  3. With all the different diets that are doing the rounds on the internet these days, Blood Group-based diet is one of the oldest. The 'Blood Type Diet' has been popular since over two decades now. However, in India it's getting popular as more people are getting to know about it through the internet. The proponents of this diet suggest that it is your blood group that decides what foods are best for your health. So you should eat according to your blood group and should avoid everything that's forbidden according to this diet. Let me tell you in detail about this diet and whether it has any solid evidence to hold its stance. © Thinkstock What Is Blood Group Diet? So it all started way back in the 1990s when Dr. Peter D'Adamo who was a physician wrote a very famous book called,' Eight Right for your type'. It was one of the America's bestseller and sold millions of copies. This is the book in which Dr Peter popularized the concept of blood group diet and claimed that people should have food according to their blood group. This is what he recommended: Group A – People with blood group A should have only vegetarian diet. Their diet should be rich in plant source and any kind non vegetarian food should be completely avoided. Group B – People with blood group B can eat non vegetarian foods except chicken and pork. They can also have dairy products however certain foods like wheat, corn, lentils and some other vegetables must be avoided. Group AB – People with Blood group type AB were recommended to eat non vegetarian as well as dairy. Exclusion from non-vegetarian included beef and chicken. Vegetarian foods like kidney beans and corn were amongst the vegetarian food sources that have to be avoided. Group O – This blood group was allowed almost everything to eat—from dairy, non-vegetarian, fruits and vegetables. However certain legumes and grains are to be excluded from the diet. These diets were designed based on the concept of human evolution where our ancestors were divided into four groups based on the blood group type. Is The Diet Effective? © YouTube As a matter of fact, if anyone would follow any of these diet protocols; it would be a drastic change for them from their current lifestyle. Where people are consuming a majority of their diet from processed foods, and they are introduced to such clean and restricted diet, they are going to get healthy irrespective of which blood group diet they follow. Now coming to the scientific evidence of the effectiveness of the diet, an analysis published in American journal of clinical Nutrition states, 'No evidence currently exists to validate the purported health benefits of the blood type diets.' The assumption of lectins on which the whole concept of this diet is based is also flawed as most legumes are soaked before consumption which destroys its harmful effects. Therefore this diet does not hold any substance in terms of scientific evidence to hold its claims. It's better to call it just a fad and let it pass through as a rumour. Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
  4. Photo: File Facebook said it banned Britain First from its platform for breaking rules against inciting hatred, blacklisting a far-right group brought to global attention when US President Donald Trump retweeted its anti-Islamic posts. Facebook said on Wednesday it had taken down Britain First?s Facebook page and those of its leaders, Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen, for repeatedly violating rules designed to stop the incitement of hatred against minority groups. The deputy leader of Britain First, who hit the headlines after Trump's retweet, was jailed last Wednesday for 36 weeks for religiously-aggravated harassment. Jayda Fransen, 31, filmed and posted online videos of people who she wrongly believed were defendants in a rape trial at Canterbury Crown Court in May last year, in a case that led to the conviction of three Muslim men and a teenager. Britain First leader Paul Golding, 36, was also found guilty and jailed for 18 weeks. The pair also posted offensive leaflets to houses in the area where the defendants lived. Judge Justin Barron at Folkestone Magistrates' Court said Golding and Franson had "demonstrated hostility" towards the Muslim faith. "I have no doubt it was their joint intention to use the facts of the case (in Canterbury) for their own political ends," he added. "It was a campaign to draw attention to the race, religion and immigrant background of the defendants." Prosecutor Jaswant Narwal said the case had demonstrated Golding and Franson "were not merely exercising their right to free speech but were instead aiming religiously-aggravated abuse at innocent members of the public.
  5. ISLAMABAD: The 12th Meeting of the Pakistan-Russia Consultative Group on Strategic Stability was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the capital on Friday. According to a statement issued by the ministry, Ambassador Tasnim Aslam, Special Secretary United Nations and Economic Coordination led the Pakistan side, while the Russian delegation was led by Mr Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation. The two sides held an in-depth exchange on regional and global developments, including arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation of arms. The talks were marked by a commonality of approach and convergence on a range of contemporary issues, the statement added. Both sides agreed on the need to further capitalise on the bilateral relations by exploring mutually beneficial avenues for bilateral cooperation, the statement concluded. Pakistan-Russia Consultative Group on Strategic Stability is a platform for structured dialogue between the two sides and has been meeting since 2003.
  6. DUBAI: DWP Group has announced its partnership with Lahore Qalandars as its title sponsor in the third edition of the Pakistan Super League, said a press release issued on Wednesday. "It is a matter of great pride for us that DWP is partnering with Lahore Qalandars for the third season of PSL. We hope we can continue to work together in the future for the development of cricket in Pakistan," Lahore Qalandars Chief Executive Officer Atif Rana said. The franchise?s press release added that through this partnership Lahore Qalandars aims to extract a good response and both parties look forward to a terrific third season of PSL and the revival of cricket, adding that the DWP Group is very excited to partner with Lahore Qalandars as it is a strong brand which invokes favourable associations. With the Qalandars? large fan base across Pakistan, a marketing partnership with the Lahore Qalandars will help reinforce the positive brand image of DWP Group. ?Lahore Qalandars and DWP Group look forward to a terrific third season of PSL. This partnership is a testament to both institutions? commitment to promoting and reviving cricket in Pakistan. DWP Group and Lahore Qalandars look forward to building a strong team which will make Lahore and Pakistan proud in years to come,? the press release said.
  7. The United States has imposed sanctions on Burkina Faso-based Ansarul Islam, calling the militant group a terrorism threat after a string of attacks near the African country?s northern border with Mali, the US State Department said in a statement on Tuesday. The designation aims to deprive the group of resources by blocking any assets Ansarul Islam may have under US jurisdiction and prohibiting any Americans from entering in any transactions with the group.
  8. MQM-P PIB faction head Farooq Sattar (left) and MQM-P Bahadurabad group's member Amir Khan (right). Photo: Geo News ISLAMABAD: A delegation of the Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) Bahadurabad faction filed a complaint against the recently conducted intra-party elections by the Farooq Sattar-led splinter group (PIB faction) with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) here on Tuesday. The complaint, filed by Farogh Naseem, demands the intra-party elections to be declared void. A notice to appear before the ECP on February 27 was issued to the party's PIB faction after the filing of the complaint. Sattar elected as convener in intra-party elections MQM-P's PIB faction on Sunday elected Dr Farooq Sattar as its convener. Sattar, who was deposed by the Rabita Committee Sattar on February 11, secured 9,433 votes in the intra-party polls held in Karachi and Hyderabad. The Bahadurabad group, however, termed the elections illegal and alleged that they were a 'condemnable effort to divide loyal party workers.' MQM-P's PIB faction elects Farooq Sattar as convener Newly elected Rabita Committee to appoint deputy conveners today "The Rabita Committee, alone, can make policy decisions," a statement issued by the splinter group had said. Speaking to workers at KMC Ground, Sattar had said the elections were not just polls but a referendum. "A decision has been made that Rabita Committee and [party] constitution exist as long as there are workers too, and if there is no worker, then there's no Rabita Committee." Sattar had said that Sunday's referendum will put an end to a feudal, authoritarian mindset in the party. Infighting between MQM-P leaders The infighting between MQM-P's two factions ? Sattar-led PIB and Rabita Committee-led Bahadurabad ? started over the issue of distribution of party tickets for next month's Senate elections. The latter had strongly opposed Sattar's nomination of the relative newcomer Kamran Tessori over seasoned party leaders. Sattar, on February 11, had announced the decision to dissolve the party's Rabita Committee during a general workers' meeting, hours after members of the coordination committee at the party's Bahadurabad office said he was no longer the convener of the party.
  9. Dandruff is one of the worst problems a man can face when it comes to his hair. It's annoying, embarrassing, and doesn't let you wear your favourite black and blue shirts and jackets. The trickiest thing is, people notice it before you do. Thankfully though, it is not a problem that is very hard to solve. The first step (and the only step required in most cases) is to find a good anti-dandruff shampoo that is strong enough to get rid of the problem without damaging your hair. Here, we have compiled a list of the best anti-dandruff shampoos that will take care of your dandruff problem in a jiffy. 1. L'Oreal Paris Fall Resist 3X Anti-Dandruff Anti-Hair Fall Shampoo This shampoo is one of the best treatments you can give your dandruff-ridden hair. It stops itchiness, nourishes your roots, and strengthens your hair strands to avoid breakage. © Amazon Buy It Here 2. Amway Satinique Anti Dandruff Shampoo This shampoo gets rid of dandruff while nourishing your scalp and hair with Vitamin E. It moisturizes your hair thoroughly while leaving your hair soft and satiny. © Amazon Buy It Here 3. Ustraa Turban Pride Shampoo This shampoo is potent enough to get rid of dandruff even if your head remains covered throughout the day. It nourishes your scalp, smoothens your hair, and most importantly, improves tensile properties of hair fibres. © Amazon Buy It Here 4. The Real Man Anti-Hair Fall & Dandruff Solution Shampoo This shampoo is enriched with active herbal extracts of Shikakai, Reetha, Amla, Heena, Tulsi, Lemon, and Neem. Plus, it has a maintained PH level. It reduces frizz and hydrates scalp while retaining natural hair oils. © Amazon Buy It Here 5. Biotique Bio Margosa Anti- Dandruff Shampoo If you are all about Ayurveda, this shampoo is for you. Made of a 100% Ayurvedic recipe, this shampoo gets rid of your dandruff problem effectively while nourishing it naturally. © Amazon Buy It Here 6. Head & Shoulders Smooth & Silky Shampoo This is the OG anti-dandruff shampoo. It is gentle enough to be used every day, even if your hair is coloured or chemically treated. © Amazon Buy It Here 7. Dove Dandruff Care Shampoo Relieve a flaky, itchy scalp and keep your hair moisturized with this shampoo. It contains ZPTO, a clinically proven anti-dandruff ingredient, and is formulated with micro moisture serum to keep hair soft and smooth. © Amazon Buy It Here 8. Himalaya Anti-Dandruff Shampoo This shampoo helps you control dandruff and provides nourishment to the hair shaft effectively. It also addresses the root cause of dandruff such as Malassezia fungus and dry scalp, while being gentle on hair. © Amazon Buy It Here
  10. KARACHI: Following days of uncertainty within MQM-P ranks, party leader Farooq Sattar on Friday offered an olive branch to the party's Bahadurabad group to end the current impasse over the issue of Senate tickets. "After days of consultations, we have decided to offer those in Bahadurabad that they can submit their four names for Senate nominations and we will accept those," said the party leader. He further said that he was willing to take four names for Senate from the opposing group and will "support the names without comment". Sattar said the issue was not related to his ego as "if it was about Farooq Sattar's ego, the issue would be left hanging". Referring to the party's opposing group which emerged over Senate nominations, the MQM-P leader further said that the workers were with him and the perception should not be given that he was being stubborn. He also said that a notice has been served to the Bahadurabad leaders regarding their convention being held today. "People are being forcefully being brought to the convention and this is not appropriate," added Sattar. Reiterating his earlier stance, the leader said the issue was not over Senate tickets but "something else". Earlier, the embattled party leader had announced that he was dissolving the party's Rabita Committee, hours after members of the coordination committee at the party's Bahadurabad office said he was no longer the convener of the party. The latest episode of infighting between two factions of the party started over the issue of distribution of party tickets for next month's Senate elections, with the Bahadurabad group opposing Sattar's nomination of relative newcomer Kamran Tessori over seasoned party leader. But, speaking to the media on Sunday, Sattar said the issue was not over distribution of Senate tickets but a conspiracy had been hatched to 'seize control' of the party. The dispute between the PIB Colony and Bahadurabad factions had emerged on February 6 after both parties had taken different positions on the nominations of party members for the upcoming Senate elections.
  11. Nikolas Cruz. Picture released by the office of Broward's sheriff PARKLAND: A troubled teenager accused of murdering 17 people at his former high school in Florida had white supremacist ties, it emerged Thursday, as the FBI admitted it received a tip-off about the 19-year-old gunman, yet failed to stop him. As Americans reeled from the country?s worst school massacre since the horror at Sandy Hook six years ago, President Donald Trump suggested the root cause of the violence was a crisis of mental health ? and defied calls to address gun control. Terrified students hid in closets and under desks on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, texting for help as the gunman, Nikolas Cruz, stalked the school with a semi-automatic AR-15 rifle. Charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder, Cruz appeared Thursday afternoon before a judge who ordered him held without bond. In a sombre televised address to the nation in response to the 18th school shooting so far this year, Trump announced plans to travel to Florida to meet the shocked community, located north of Miami. He vowed to make mental health a priority ? after tweeting about the "many signs" that the shooter was "mentally disturbed" ? but avoided any talk of gun curbs to stem the bloodshed. "My fellow Americans, today I speak to a nation in grief," said Trump, calling on his fellow citizens to "come together as one nation" and "answer hate with love, answer cruelty with kindness." Earlier in the day, Trump had asserted that "neighbors and classmates knew he was a big problem. Must always report such instances to authorities, again and again!" But US authorities themselves were under scrutiny after the FBI confirmed it was alerted last September to a message posted on YouTube, in which a user named Nikolas Cruz vowed: "I?m going to be a professional school shooter." In a statement, the FBI said it had carried out "database reviews and other checks" but was unable to identify the person who made the post. ?Something was off? Expelled from school for disciplinary reasons, Cruz was known to have firearms at home ? and had reportedly been identified as a potential threat to his classmates. "I met him last year, he was in my class at the beginning of the year and when I first met him, I knew that something was off about him and he was kind of weird," Manolo Alvarez, 17, told AFP. Troubling new details emerged Thursday about Cruz?s past, as the Anti-Defamation League reported he was a member of a white supremacist group and had taken part in military-style training exercises. Jordan Jereb, believed to lead the shadowy Republic of Florida (ROF), told the rights group that his organization had not supported Cruz?s attack. "Nobody I know told him to do that, he just freaked out," Jereb said in a separate interview with The Daily Beast, adding that Cruz "seemed like just a normal, disenfranchised, young white man." "I don?t know precisely what he believes," he said. "I know he knew full well he was joining a white separatist paramilitary proto-fascist organization." Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel previously said authorities were dissecting Cruz?s social media history, and that "some of the things... are very, very disturbing." He also suggested the authorities were powerless to stop such crimes. "If a person is predisposed to commit such a horrific event by going to a school and shooting people ... there?s not anybody or not a lot law enforcement can do about it," Israel said. ?Failing our kids? Fifteen people were killed at the high school, and two later died in hospital. One of those killed was Aaron Feis, a well-loved football coach in Parkland, a city of about 30,000 people. Two of the wounded remained hospitalized in critical but stable condition, while six others were on the way to a full recovery, officials told a news conference. The school shootings are part of a broader epidemic of gun violence in a country that loses 33,000 people to gun-related deaths each year, two-thirds of them suicides. While the latest mass shooting reignited questions about America?s gun laws, Trump ? the first president to have addressed the powerful National Rifle Association gun lobby ? staunchly opposes any additional gun controls. Opponents of gun curbs have sought to steer public debate onto the motives ? and mental health ? of people using the weapons. Former Democratic President Barack Obama issued a new appeal for action Thursday, insisting "we are not powerless." "Caring for our kids is our first job. And until we can honestly say that we?re doing enough to keep them safe from harm, including long overdue, common-sense gun safety laws that most Americans want, then we have to change," he tweeted. But many have given up hope of meaningful reform in a majority-led Republican Congress where Obama failed to enact gun curbs amid partisan rancour. Since January 2013, there have been at least 291 school shootings across the country ? an average of one a week, according to the non-profit group Everytown for Gun Safety. "It is pretty clear that we?re failing our kids here," said Melissa Falkowski, a teacher who squeezed 19 students into a closet at the high school to shield them from harm.
  12. Pakistan?s Ambassador to UN Maleeha Lodhi. NEW YORK: Pakistan has called for an expansion in the UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan to counter the rising threats to peace and security in the region. Speaking in the Special Committee on Peacekeeping, Pakistan?s Ambassador to UN Maleeha Lodhi said that the UN Mission, UNMOGIP is a critical factor for stability in the region. ?This needs to be expanded to respond to existing threats and realities?, she stressed. She reiterated Pakistan?s unflinching support to UN peacekeeping, both as one of its largest and consistent contributors and also as host of one of the UN's oldest peacekeeping missions, UNMOGIP. The Special Committee on Peacekeeping is a unique forum that brings together all peacekeeping stakeholders, troop and police contributors, financial contributors, Security Council members and the UN Secretariat to discuss every aspect of peacekeeping. Lodhi emphasised the need to address the root causes of conflict to bring about lasting peace. Peacekeeping, she said, needs to be strengthened through support for political solutions and mediation processes. ?The goal of protection of civilians is best served by preventing the outbreak of armed conflicts in the first place, addressing the root causes of conflicts, and finding inclusive political solutions to disputes?, she added. The ambassador criticised the recent cuts in the UN peacekeeping budget, saying ?Lack of adequate resources results inevitably in non-implementation of the very mandates that we fashion for our Blue Helmets. We should be talking about enhancing capabilities, not across the board cuts in the peacekeeping budget.? The Pakistani envoy voiced concern over the growing threat to the safety and security of UN peacekeepers that were increasingly being deployed in complex and perilous operating environments. She called for concrete steps to be taken to ensure the safety of UN peacekeepers and added, ?In theatres like Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Blue Helmets frequently come under direct attack, a phenomenon unheard of just a few years ago.? She underscored the impact on security of the strategic decisions during the planning and mandate creating phases of peacekeeping operations and said that Security Council mandates, if and when based on political expediency, further compound the situation on ground, increasing avoidable risk. The fundamentals of peacekeeping must be preserved even as we adapt to changing realities, Lodhi stressed and warned that blurring the line between peacekeeping and peace enforcement holds high risk as it would impact the neutrality of Blue Helmets, making them even more vulnerable to targetted attacks. In this context she also referred to the report of the High-Level Panel on Peace Operations (HIPPO) and the consensus view of practitioners of peacekeeping which agree that UN peace operations ?are not the appropriate tool for military counter-terrorism operations?. Arguing that the broad support, legitimacy and credibility that UN peacekeeping has come to enjoy over the years are predicated on these very principles, Lodhi said that despite the need for reforms, we strongly feel that changing the fundamental principles of peacekeeping is not warranted.
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  14. Aisam ul Haq (L), Aqeel Khan (R)/File photo ISLAMABAD: Pakistan beat South Korea in the doubles contest to win the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tie by 3-0 at the Pakistan Sports Complex today. Aisam and Aqeel beat their South Korean rivals Soon Woo Kwon and Lim Yong Kyu 7-6, 6-4 (8-6) in the doubles to claim a 3-0 win in the tie. In the first match of the tie on Friday, Aisam had defeated the visitors? top player Soon Woo Kwon 6-3, 1-6, 7-6(8-6). In the second singles match, Aqeel had overcome Korea?s No. 2 Seong-chan Hong after a tough contest of 4-6, 7-5, 7-5. Also read: Pakistan take 2-0 lead in Davis Cup Group I tie opening day With today?s victory, Pakistan have qualified for Round 2 against Uzbekistan.
  15. Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua/File photo ISLAMABAD: The first ever meeting of Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Working Group will be held in Kabul today. Top-level delegation of Pakistan?s civil and military leadership, led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, left for Afghanistan earlier today to attend the meeting. Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on Friday confirmed the meeting, and said Pakistan had proposed five joint working groups, focusing on ensuring a comprehensive engagement for countering terrorism, intelligence sharing, military, economy, trade and transit interaction, refugee repatriation and connectivity. Reiterating Pakistan's stance that there is no military solution to the Afghan problem, he said only an Afghan-led and owned peace process will ensure peace in the country. The FO spokesperson also reaffirmed that Pakistan will continue to support efforts for peace in Afghanistan, but the Afghan government needs to reach a settlement with different Afghan groups. Pakistan will not allow its land to be used against neighbours: FO Foreign Office strongly rejects accusations of Pakistan supporting Afghan Taliban and Haqqani network: spokesperson A high-level Afghan delegation visited Pakistan earlier this week to discuss important issues of mutual interest. The delegation, comprising the Afghan interior minister and the chief of National Directorate of Security, met with Prime Minister Shahid Khan Abbasi. Shedding light on the meeting, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif had stressed the need to resolve Pak-Afghan issues bilaterally and said Pakistan ?stands with its Afghan brothers in this hour of grief," referring to the recent spate of bomb-and-gun attacks in Kabul over the past month which have claimed nearly 200 lives. Pakistan does not want any violence or terrorism in Afghanistan: Aizaz Pakistan?s Ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry on Friday reiterated that Pakistan does not want any violence or terrorism in Afghanistan and that it has suffered from the instability across the border. In an interview, Aizaz said it was disappointing that Kabul blamed Pakistan for the ensuing violence, adding that Pakistan will benefit the most ? apart from the people of Afghanistan ? if peace returns to Afghanistan. Ambassador Aizaz said that Pakistan would like to have good relations with the United States and the two countries have worked together for seven decades. He added that Pakistan believes in a relationship based on mutual respect and trust.
  16. ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) on Friday confirmed that the first meeting of Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Working Group will be held in Kabul on Saturday, reported Radio Pakistan. Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal was speaking during the weekly press briefing. Faisal added that Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua will lead the Pakistani delegation to Kabul and added that Pakistan had proposed five joint working groups to focus on counter-terrorism, intelligence sharing, military, economy, trade and transit interaction, refugee repatriation and connectivity. Reiterating Pakistan's stance that there is no military solution to the Afghan problem, he said only an Afghan-led and owned peace process will ensure peace in the country. The FO spokesperson also said that Pakistan will continue to support efforts for peace in Afghanistan, but the Afghan government needs to reach a settlement with different Afghan groups. Responding to a question regarding Pak-US relations, the FO spokesperson said that Pakistan wishes for strong relations with the US based on mutual respect and friendship. He added that the country does not expect assistance to be the yardstick for measuring bilateral relations. The FO spokesperson further added that the country has taken indiscriminate action against all terrorist groups. Earlier, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said that although a third party can offer guidance, at the end of the day the Pak-Afghan issues have to be resolved by the two neighbours themselves. "This is our common fight and a shared problem which has to be solved together," he said, adding that Pakistan will make all-out efforts to assist Afghanistan in the fight against terrorism. Asif had also said the visiting Afghan delegation, comprising the Afghan intelligence chief and interior minister, had a very positive meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khan Abbasi.
  17. Aisam ul Haq Qureshi/File photo ISLAMABAD: Pakistan?s tennis ace Aisam ul Haq Qureshi saw Pakistan off to a winning start in Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tie against South Korea here on Friday. Aisam outclassed the visitors? top player Soon Woo Kwon 6-3, 1-6, 7-6(8-6) on the grass courts of the Pakistan Sports Complex, taking Pakistan 1-0 up in the tie. Fellow tennis star Aqeel Khan will complete the opening day proceedings against Korea?s No. 2 Seong-chan Hong in the second singles today. In the doubles contest on Saturday, Aisam and Aqeel will take on Soon Woo Kwon and Yong-Kyu Lim, while reverse singles will see Aqeel face off against Soon Woo and Aisam against Seong-chan Hong on the same day. The draw ceremony for the tie was held on Thursday. International Tennis Federation?s (ITF) referee Tom Kinloch supervised the draw ceremony and emphasised the need of playing the tie in the best spirit.
  18. Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance (NASA) holds a bible as he takes a symbolic presidential oath of office in Nairobi, Kenya January 30, 2018. REUTERS NAIROBI: Kenyan authorities shut television and radio stations on Tuesday as supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga watched him take a symbolic presidential oath on the Bible in a Nairobi park in a direct challenge to President Uhuru Kenyatta. The government responded by declaring the ?National Resistance Movement? - a loose grouping led by Odinga and other opposition lawmakers - a criminal group, paving the way for potential arrests. So far, the movement?s major achievement has been leading a largely-ignored boycott of some products whose owners it says are aligned with government interests. Odinga?s supporters say he is Kenya?s legitimate leader and Kenyatta?s election was neither free nor fair. Kenyatta?s victory in August was annulled by the Supreme Court over irregularities, but he then won a re-run, which Odinga boycotted over a failure to revamp the electoral commission. Kenyatta was sworn in for a second term in November and state institutions report to him. ?I, Raila Omolo Odinga, do swear that I will protect the nation as people?s president, so help me God,? Odinga said to the cheers of more than 15,000 people in Uhuru Park, next to Nairobi?s main business district. During a speech lasting less than five minutes, Odinga declined to give details of his plans and said they would be disclosed in ?due course?. In a possible sign of division within the opposition alliance, Odinga?s vice presidential candidate and two other senior leaders were absent. Odinga said the vice president would be sworn in at a later date. The attorney-general had warned that Odinga could be charged with treason if the event went ahead - an offense that can carry the death penalty. As people assembled, authorities forced independent television and radio stations reporting on the gathering off air, several outlets said - the most widespread censorship for a decade.
  19. The suspected terror attacker, Darren Osborne, is accused of murdering 51-year-old Makram Ali and trying to kill others in the Finsbury Park area of north London on June 19 last year. Photo: James Gourley/Rex LONDON: A British man "obsessed" with Muslims deliberately drove into a group outside a mosque in an act of terrorism intended to kill as many as possible, a court heard Monday. Darren Osborne is accused of murdering 51-year-old Makram Ali and trying to kill others in the Finsbury Park area of north London on June 19 last year, after growing angry at recent terror attacks and child sexual exploitation scandals involving gangs of mainly Muslim men. Osborne, 48, from the Welsh capital Cardiff, denies the charges. Opening the case against him in his trial at Woolwich Crown Court in southeast London, prosecutor Jonathan Rees said he deliberately drove a van at a group of Muslims who had been attending Ramadan prayers at local mosques. Rees said Osborne was trying to kill "as many of the group as possible". Osborne had been living with his partner Sarah Andrews and their four children in Cardiff, said Rees. Darren Osborne, 48, from the Welsh capital Cardiff, denies the charges Andrews said Osborne has an "unpredictable temperament", is a "loner and a functioning alcoholic", and suffers from depression, the prosecutor told the court. She said Osborne "had become obsessed with Muslims" in the weeks leading up to the incident, Rees recounted. Rees told jurors that Andrews said the catalyst for his obsession appeared to have been a May 2017 television drama based on the true stories of victims of Rochdale grooming gangs, which comprised men of mainly Pakistani origin. The terror attacks at the Manchester Arena and London Bridge then seemed to her to "fuel the rage inside him", Rees said. ?Act of extreme violence? The prosecutor read out a handwritten note found in the van with Osborne?s fingerprints on it. It complained about "terrorists on our streets" and child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, a separate scandal not featured in the television drama. "Don?t people get it? This is happening up and down our green and pleasant land," Rees said, reading the note, which contained derogatory statements aimed at Muslims. Rees told the jury Osborne seemed to feel that "insufficient was being said or done to counter terrorism and the grooming gangs.." "He planned to make a public statement by killing Muslims." While Osborne has not been charged with a terrorist offence, the prosecution considers that the note and comments he made after his detention "establish that this act of extreme violence was, indeed, an act of terrorism", said Rees. The trial is expected to last two weeks.
  20. ISLAMABAD: Opposition leader Imran Khan has been served with a legal notice demanding that he issue an unconditional public apology and pay Rs 1 billion in ?token? damages for making numerous defamatory statements against the Jang-Geo Group and its Chief Executive and Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman over the last four years. Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf party chairman Khan has been given 14 days to comply with the legal notice issued on Saturday by lawyers representing Jang-Geo Group Chief Executive and Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman. Failure to do so would lead to the initiation of civil and criminal cases in the courts against Khan, notably under section 8 of the Defamation Ordinance 2002. Advocate Amir Abdullah Abbasi served the notice to Khan at his residential addresses in Lahore?s Zaman Park and the Bani Gala suburb of Islamabad. The legal notice was issued in response to many ?completely false and misleading... highly defamatory, disparaging and damaging? accusations intermittently made by Khan against the Jang-Geo Group and its chief executive since 2014. ?As a result of your recent representations, statements and expressions on electronic and print media and other forums and the resultant impressions, innuendoes and insinuations that have followed, grave defamation of Jang Group has been committed by you before an audience of millions of viewers and readers both in Pakistan and abroad,? the notice said. ?The allegations are completely false and unfounded and evidently motivated. Your expressions have personal and ulterior motives and objectives, have malice in its construct and portray your biased bend of mind towards Jang Group,? it said. The legal notice chronologically lists the allegations made by Khan against the Jang-Geo Group, providing evidence of them in the form of transcripts of the defamatory statements he has made during public and media engagements over the past four years. Among the many unsubstantiated allegations made by Khan, he has accused Pakistan?s leading media house of manipulating the 2013 general election results in favour of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party. Similarly, Khan has accused the Jang-Geo Group of misreporting events surrounding the Supreme Court hearing into the ?Panama Papers? disclosures, supposedly in an attempt to shield the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif from corruption charges and allegedly defame the judiciary. Khan has chosen to ignore the fact that his petition to the Supreme Court and its subsequent proceedings would not have been possible had the facts contained in the Panama Papers not been uncovered by Jang-Geo Group journalists in the first instance. Likewise, Khan has accused the Jang-Geo Group of illegally acquiring broadcast rights for the coverage of the 2017 limited-overs cricket series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. With such baseless defamatory remarks failing to gain traction, Khan has also stooped to defaming the Jang-Geo Group as an allegedly treasonous organisation working in tandem with Pakistan?s enemies in India and the United States. In doing so, Khan has seriously endangered the lives of Jang-Geo Group?s employees. ?Your expressions also are such that these amount to direct provocation and incitement to the members of the public, particularly your political supporters and workers, to act against the Jang Group, which seriously endanger life, property and business of the group and those associated and affiliated with it,? said the legal notice served to Khan on Saturday. Unable to corroborate any of his defamatory statements, Khan has resorted to the personal vilification of Jang-Geo Group Chief Executive and Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman, whom he has characterised as a ?blackmailer?, ?media godfather? and ?pharoah?, and accused of intimidation. Despite the untold damage caused by Khan?s slanderous campaign, the management of the Jang-Geo Group has been hesitant to initiate legal proceedings against Khan because of its commitment to the democratic principle of freedom of expression. Rather than responding in kind, the Jang-Geo Group has upheld its ethical credentials by maintaining its substantial, impartial coverage of Khan and his PTI party. The Jang-Geo Group has offered to submit to an independent, impartial inquiry into the accusations made against it by Khan, who has refused to participate for obvious reasons. ?The Jang Group acted with perseverance and decided not to initiate a legal action for defamation against you, despite highly objectionable and provocative allegations and showed utmost patience, perseverance and restraint,? the legal notice said. ?Such (a) course was adopted by Jang Group, believing that someday wisdom would prevail amongst the leadership of PTI and the party would stop its policy of regression and intolerance towards difference of opinion and dissent.? The legal notice issued on behalf of the Jang-Geo Group has warned Khan to respond by February 3, failing which court proceedings will be initiated against him. Details of the legal notice against Imran Khan can be read here.
  21. In the modern era of sports, social media has arguably emerged as one of the most pivotal platforms to reach a greater audience and engage more fans across the globe. The ongoing season of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) is no different. In the sport of wrestling, where the athletes and their teams are restricted to minimum fanfare, the PWL has created history in its own unique manner. India's wrestling league has surprisingly managed to raise a team worth over Rs 7 crore from what seems to be a simple WhatsApp group. Veer Marathas, the debutants team from Mumbai, seems to have emerged from a restricted group on the instant messaging app to a full-fledged PWL franchise. As a matter of fact, the team that boasts of World and Olympic medal winners amongst other Indian stars, came into being in a span of just two days. The team took shape in the WhatsApp group called Indian Sports Fan - a purely non-cricketing platform and not any run-of-the-mill group. © BCCL In its ranks, the group had some of India's biggest sportspersons including Olympic bronze medallist Karnam Malleswari, Hockey coach Harendra Singh and World Championship medallist Anju Bobby George. Apart from popular sports stars, the WhatsApp group also had a member named Gaurav Wankhede - a sports enthusiast who has also played the sport at a high level. It was Gaurav who brought the Indian Sports Fan group to the attention of the Pro Wrestling League promoters. "Almost by accident, we mentioned to Gaurav that we were on the lookout for a new owner for one of our teams for the upcoming season of PWL," a member of the group told the IANS. He got really excited and told us that he would speak to his childhood friend, Ranjit Saxena," he added. The rest, as they say, is an amazing precedent in the history of social media apps. © Twitter/@veermarathaz "I jumped at the idea when I heard about the opportunity," Ranjit Saxena, who eventually became owner and mentor of Veer Marathas, said. "I spoke to my other friends and within 48 hours we were ready to take part in the auction," he added. Ravi Jain and Sameer Jain, who hail from Delhi, also joined the bandwagon as co-owners of the Marathas. "It all moved very fast and I think we managed to build a very good team. It has been an exciting journey so far and I am looking forward to take our association to a new level," Saxena revealed. Veer Marathas might have come into being by chance, but the PWL franchise have set their goals far beyond a title win. The PWL debutants have vowed to pump in every penny they raise from the championship, including all the sponsorship money, back into the sport. © BCCL "Maharashtra is a natural home for wrestling. Our first international champions have come from here. We want to take the sport back to its former glory," franchise co-owner Saxena disclosed. Another co-owner of Veer Marathas, Ravi Jain, underlining his vision for the sport, claimed that they would set up wrestling academies in places like Sholapur and Aurangabad that have a well-known affinity to wrestling. On Sunday, Belarusian female wrestler Vasilisa Marzaluik helped Veer Marathas inch closer to a semi-final berth, sealing her team's victory over Delhi Sultans in the sixth bout of the night at the Siri Fort Indoor stadium. For a team that came into existence through a WhatsApp group in a span of just two days, Veer Marathas have not only come a long way in the league, but continue to look like title favourites with every win in the PWL.
  22. ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency has confirmed that Pakistan has allowed group tourists visa on arrival for 24 countries including the US and UK. According to an FIA notification, tourists will be given multiple entry 30-day visas. The visit to Pakistan will need to be organized through a designated tour operator. The tour operator will be required to furnish tourist documents to the FIA Immigration Office with a requisite undertaking. geo_embedgallery Business visa on arrival will also be issued to citizens from 68 countries. The 30-day single entry visa will require one of the following documents. Letter of invitation from a business organisation in Pakistan with a recommendation letter from a Chamber of Commerce in Pakistan or Trade Association. Letter of recommendation from an investment counsellor or Commercial Attaché in Pakistan?s Mission Abroad. Earlier this week, Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) approached authorities concerned to review visa policy for foreign tourists. "We will focus on overseas Pakistanis and foreign tourists during year 2018. He said that visa policy for foreign tourists is required to be reviewed to facilitate more tourists from across the world," said Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor, managing director of the PTDC. "We have also requested civil aviation to provide places at all international airports in the country to set-up Tourism Information Desks," he said. Ghafoor said in a written statement that Pakistan was ranked on top by British Backpacker Society among twenty top travel destinations for 2018. He said that this was huge honor for Pakistan. He said that the PTDC is also appointing focal persons in big cities of the country and coordinators for tourism in all tourism-generating countries to increase tourist influx to Pakistan, who will work as a bridge between tourism departments and tourists.
  23. In what was earlier intrinsic to mainly football, the advent of fan clubs and groups have now transcended across other sports. But, these aren't your average fans travelling to the ends of the world to follow their teams. In fact, these are a bunch of loyal supporters whose sole purpose in the stadium is to motivate their team and intimidate the opposition. In a sport as static as cricket, the gaze of the television director, and thus the viewer, is invariably drawn to the loudest, the boldest, and most vivid. You could just turn up, buy a ticket and watch the cricket match, but where's the fun in that when you could do a lot more? Especially, start drinking as early as 9AM in the stadium and hurl abuses at the opponents. The descendants of those crazy people are, of course, the various fan clubs we've come across in cricket. From England's infamous Barmy Army to Pakistan's Stani Army, the touring groups of troubadours and sing-song merchants - who so energise their respective teams - provide noise and colour in cricket. © Reuters Similarly, in a country where cricket is considered a religion and cricketers labelled as demigods, India, too, enjoys its fair share of fan clubs and support groups. We all know Sudhir Gautam, the man who diligently followed Sachin Tendulkar or even the Bharat Army which was founded in England and continues to travel with the Indian team. It is often joked about that even if Virat Kohli and his team went on to play on Mars; there would be a couple of fans waiting to cheer them on. So when the visuals of the SuperSport Park in Centurion for the second Test between India and South Africa showed just the Proteas thronging the stadium, it came as a dampener. © BCCL However, just as one started to lose hope, from behind all the jazz, came the sound of the Dhol and a group of noticeable Indian supporters matching the South African fans in every chant and musical note. A group of 40-50 individuals shouting their lungs out and beating the Dhols kept the Indian cricket team motivated on foreign soil. With their Bhangra and chants of 'India, India', the group identified as the 'Punjab United Club' has been stealing the thunder of the jazz music being played at the Castle Corner during the second Test. The group has travelled all the way from Johannesburg to support the Indian team and especially their favourite cricketer, 'King Kohli'. © BCCL “We are a group of about 40-45 people, including the kids, and we have come here to support the Indian players. We belong to the Punjab United Club and we are based in Johannesburg. This is our first visit to the SuperSport Park, but we are always present at the Wanderers in Jo'burg. The kids also wanted to watch their favourite player (Kohli) so we are all here and looking to enjoy ourselves,” Parminder Singh, chairman of the club, told News18. Asked about the atmosphere in the stadium, Parminder said: “We are loving every bit of this. While we are going to be definitely there at the Wanderers for the third Test as well, we will come back for the second ODI, sixth ODI and the second T20I. Not to forget the fourth ODI and the first T20I in Johannesburg. We love our cricket and nothing better than watching our Indian stars in action.” © BCCL Despite a narrow loss in the first Test at the Newlands, the group has little doubt that their team will level the series 1-1 after bouncing back in the ongoing Test. “Wait till Kohli hits a hundred and gets even with the Proteas. The boys will surely win here. Also, we want to wish Kohli a very happy Lohri and Makar Sankranti,” Parminder said. Virat Kohli now has 150+ score against all test teams whom he has played. Sachin Tendulkar and Steve Waugh are the only batsmen to hit 150+ against all test teams. #SAvIND — RVCJ Media (@RVCJ_FB) January 15, 2018 On a track that is not as devious as the one at Newlands, the Indian cricket team has struggled on the back of a disappointing performance by their star-studded batting line-up. But, at a time when other Indian batsmen failed to negate opposition bowlers, Kohli has kept his team in the hunt with a well-fought 150. In the modern era of cricket, where fan clubs and support groups continue to bolster their respective teams, the availability of a group like the 'Punjab United Club' in the stands is almost like an extra player in the stadium for India, especially overseas where the world's no. 1 Test side has struggled to derive favourable results in the past.
  24. Whatsapp logo. Photo: File In its newly introduced feature, messaging service WhatsApp has started allowing users to ?dismiss? administrators of group chats. ?Dismiss As Admin? lets group admins demote other group admins, subsequently taking control of conversations. For instance, if it is used on an admin, the admin would lose all of their admin privileges and become a standard group chat participant instead, but at the same time only group admins are allowed to add participants to an existing chat, and only an admin can remove people from group chats. The feature is available in the beta version of WhatsApp for Android, and is under development on iOS, according to WABetaInfo. If you?re an admin of a group chat, you?ll be able to access the feature simply by tapping Group Info. The unusual feature may or may not roll out to all users in the future.
  25. YANGON: Rohingya insurgents said on Saturday that 10 Rohingya found in a mass grave in Myanmar?s troubled Rakhine state last month were ?innocent civilians?, and not members of their group. Myanmar?s military said earlier this week its soldiers had killed 10 captured ?terrorists? during insurgent attacks at the beginning of September, after Buddhist villagers had forced the captured men into a grave the villagers had dug. It was a rare acknowledgment of wrongdoing by the Myanmar military during its operations in the western state of Rakhine. The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), whose raids against security posts starting last August sparked sweeping military operations in the Muslim-majority northern part of Rakhine, said it ?whole-heartedly welcomes the admission? of ?war crimes? by the ?Burmese terrorist army?. ?We hereby declare that these ten innocent Rohingya civilians found in the said mass grave in Inn Din Village Tract were neither ARSA nor had any association with ARSA?, the group said in a statement on Twitter. A Myanmar government spokesman said in response to ARSA?s statement that sometimes ?terrorists and villagers were allied? in attacks? against security forces. ?We have already said it is very difficult to segregate who is a terrorist and who are innocent villagers,? spokesman Zaw Htay said. ?There will be an ongoing investigating process whether they are members of ARSA or not.? The Myanmar military did not immediately respond to requests for comment. ?NEW STEP? Myanmar?s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Friday it was ?positive? that the country?s military was taking responsibility for the actions of troops. ?It is a new step for our country,? she told a joint news conference with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono in Myanmar?s capital of Naypyitaw. ?I see it that way because a country needs to take responsibility for the rule of law in the country, and this is the first step on the road of taking responsibility and it is a positive thing,? She said, according to a transcript of the news conference posted on her Facebook page. On Dec. 18, the military announced a mass grave containing 10 bodies had been found at the coastal village of Inn Din, about 50 km (30 miles) north of the state capital Sittwe. The army appointed a senior officer to investigate. A statement from the military on Wednesday said its investigation had found that members of the security forces had taken part in the killings and action would be taken against them. Some civilians wanted to kill the 10 men to avenge the death of an ethnic Rakhine Buddhist man in Inn Dinn village named Maung Ni and would face punishment, the military said. On Saturday, a lawyer for one of Maung Ni?s sons said police were seeking murder charges against the son, named Tun Aye, for taking part in the killings. Lawyer Khin Win said a murder complaint against the son was filed with local prosecutors last week in Maungdaw, the nearest town to Inn Din. Tun Aye was one of four Inn Din villagers detained by police on Dec. 15, said Khin Win. The other three had been released, he said. National police spokesman Thet Naing said he was not aware of the murder complaint. The Rohingya crisis erupted after Rohingya insurgent attacks on security posts on Aug. 25 in Rakhine triggered a fierce military response that the United Nations denounced as ethnic cleansing. Myanmar denies ethnic cleansing, saying its security forces had mounted legitimate counter-insurgency clearance operations.