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  1. What if a huge cobra intrudes into your house and starts living there? Well, something similar happened with a Malaysian man. Derrick Koh witnessed a massive cobra entering his home in the Batu Pahat District of Johor, Malaysia and all he could do was to film it. At first, the snake was creeping around outside Koh's home, but it eventually found its way to the house's entrance. The massive cobra slithered up the door and entered the home through an open window. Koh called the fire department but they were initially unable to find the snake inside the home. Finally, after three days and two nights, Koh says the snake was removed from the home.
  2. KARACHI: Players of Pakistan cricket team returned home, in the wee hours of Tuesday, to a grand welcome, after winning the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. A young Pakistan team stunned the world and created history on Sunday, thrashing an in-form and star-studded Indian side by 180 runs in the Champions Trophy finale at The Oval. Players begin to return separately to their hometowns after unavailability of tickets barred them from boarding a flight together. Four Cricketers have arrived in Lahore, Two will land in Karachi, while two others in Islamabad. Faheem Ashraf, Babar Azam Ahmad Shahzad along with player of the tournament Hasan Ali land at Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore. Captain Sarfraz Ali and Rumman Raees to arrive back home in Karachi. While Shadab Khan and Imad Wasim will be arriving at the Benazir International Airport in Islamabad around 7:30 AM.
  3. Just because cats are animals it doesn't mean they don't deserve a lavish house. If you're a cat owner thinking the same and want a cat house then this is for you. A home is on the market and available for the low low price of just $240,000. Coldwell Banker just recently listed this "Medieval cat castle" in Stanford, Arizona, complete with every random stuffed animal nailed to a wooden pole you can dream of. The home comprised of many features like Cat posters glued to the wall, Cat posters glued to the ceiling, huge cat trees, random innocent stuffed animals nailed to a wooden post, kitten bath mats, fun ambiguous carpet stains!
  4. We know nature’s call is hard to miss, but what does one do when their carnal desires overpower their thinking skills and the testosterone levels skyrocket, while on a plane that’s at a height of 32,000 ft? Well, if you think like Shaun Edmondson, you will possibly shout ‘YOLO’ in your mind and start making out with the girl. This story is not the brainchild of our thirsty or lustful minds. It actually happened on a Ryanair flight from Manchester to Ibiza, where the passengers got the chance to see a supposedly drunk couple have *** mid-flight. So while others were fastening their seat belts for safety, this guy was loosening his belt, because hey, who doesn’t want to get laid? © Facebook But, the craziness of the incident doesn’t end here. While, some assumed that these two were so madly in love with each other that they couldn’t wait till they reached home, it was only found later that the guy was actually cheating on his pregnant fiancée. So, when Shaun, who is a sous chef, was busy cooking up some controversial sh*t on the flight, Jena Ross, his girlfriend of 6 years and now fiancée was waiting for him at home. One of Shaun friends also commented on this matter saying, “He is known as a bit of a ladies’ man. That’s just a random woman he’s with, they didn’t know each other before the day.” The person further added “Shaun and Jenna are due to marry soon but that clearly won’t stop him.” Well, the West isn’t called progressive for no reason. While, we Indians were losing our sh*t over a Porn clip being accidently played at the Metro station, this couple went all out and the onlookers looked more than happy enjoying and filming this live *** scene. We guess for once even the passengers weren’t bothered about the flight’s sudden jerks as they were all busy looking at the guy getting laid. Talking about the deets, this ‘extremely drunk’ and sexually-aroused couple was flying from Manchester to Ibiza and before the laughing passengers could realize, the couple already started having ***. One of the passengers said, “You could see the girl taking off her pants and he pulled his trousers off. She started riding him. I had to get my phone out. I have never seen anything like that.” The couple was apparently unaware that they were being filmed. © Facebook A spokesman for Ryanair said, “We are looking into this matter. We will not tolerate unruly, disruptive or inappropriate behaviour at any time and any passengers who appear to behave in an unacceptable manner may be liable for further sanctions.” While, the authorities will look into this matter now, the cabin crew was probably busy looking at the randy couple because they reportedly didn’t do anything to stop the couple. While, technology and social media are irrefutably two of the most powerful tools that this generation could have got its hands on, there is no denying that at times it can majorly f**k things up for people. To give you a glimpse of how dangerous technology can be, let’s take you to a walk down the memory lane and reintroduce Evan Scribner, who was caught cheating on his girlfriend while he was busy catching Pokémon from his ex’s place. This time around it wasn’t ‘Pokémon Go’, but social media that ruined this man’s relationship or should we say saved the woman whom he was cheating on. Source: The Sun
  5. JEDDAH: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif left here Monday for Islamabad after a day-long visit to Saudi Arabia. Sharif visited the Kingdom with regard to the prevailing situation between Qatar and the Gulf states. King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz received the Prime Minister and his delegation ? comprising Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Advisor to PM on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, and other senior officials ? upon arrival at the Palace. Earlier, as he reached Saudi Arabia, the Prime Minister was greeted by Governor Makkah Khalid al-Faisal Al Saud. During his stay in the Kingdom, Sharif had discussions with King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz on Pakistan-Saudi Arabia relations, the issue of terrorism, and the ongoing crisis among the Gulf states at the Royal Palace.
  6. I’m bored of eating my favourite potato chips out of a plastic bag, honestly. I crave variety in my food; especially when I’ve had too much of it. Because too much of anything is bad, anyway. But, here’s the thing. When I’m hungry and lazy, I want to eat without actually doing any of the work. And I’m sure as hell not the only one. This is the story of all our lives, almost all the time. So, while I do love potato chips, I do want variations on how to eat potato chips differently, like, maybe make something more of it without any of the hard work. So, I got in touch with the guys at Lay’s who quite recently launched an innovative new concept, called Lay’s Chiperie—the evolution of the potato chip beyond the bag and create a sensory experience that elevates the tasty snack. Just what I needed! And along with chef, Andrea Mainardi, they helped reveal three easy breezy recipes you can create using simple potato chips the next time you want to eat them, out of a big, in a different way. Barbequed Style © Lays Ingredients 1 pack plain Lay’s 4 -5 Ribs 2 table spoon Barbeque sauce 4 Giardiniera carrots 4 - 5 fried Sage Ribs cooked low temperature with Barbeque sauce, Giardiniera carrots & fried sage. Sauté a clove of garlic with a nut size of butter, add the ribs and a bundle of sage. Blend with a glass of white wine and cover with lightly salted meat soup. When the meat starts to separate from the bones, drain and debone it. Aside, peel the carrots, cut them in slices and cook them in water spiced with vinegar, a pinch of salt and sugar. Mount the chips, putting a drop of barbeque sauce as a base, a cube of ribs browned in a pan veiled with oil, a carrot slice and a fried sage leaf. Prawn Cocktail © Lays Ingredients 1 pack plain Lay’s 2 Shrimps 2 Cherry tomatoes 1 Red onion 1 table spoon Vinegar 2 – 3 Celery stalks 2 – 3 Erba cipollina Cut the onion a la julienne and marinate it with oil, salt and red wine vinegar. After about half an hour, add the tomatoes chopped in 4 and cubed white celery. Remove the carapace from the shrimp, sear them in a frying pan with a bit of oil and place them on the chips. Decorate and season with Catalan and a pinch of chopped chives. Tuna Filet with Black tea © Lays Ingredients 1 pack plain Lay’s 1 Tuna filet 2 table spoon Black sesame Soy Sauce 1 table spoon Acacia honey 1 table spoon Mayonnaise Marinate the tuna fillet in extra virgin olive oil, soy sauce and black tea. Dry it, pass it on sesame seeds and roast it in a pan. Cut into cubes, place over the chips, a drop of honey and frost with a soft mayonnaise flavored with lime and tarragon.
  7. Wine is ageless and timeless; which means, it doesn’t have to be winter for you to enjoy wine. Summer wine can be just as blissful; especially when you decide to have some fun with it. For instance, wine can stir up some of the meanest cocktails for you to enjoy this season. Did you know that? Well, now you do know; along with how to make them yourself at home; especially when you want to give the summer heat a rain check and stay home while enjoying a great cocktail! We’ve got four popular vineyard brands to shed light on the best and easiest wine cocktails to make, all by yourself. 1. Watermelon Punch © Sula Vineyards Everyone’s favorite, Sula Wines has added a refreshing twist to this one! The fresh flavours of watermelon and strawberry will last forever on your palate. What’s in it? Sula Zinfandel Rose: 2 parts Fresh Watermelon juice: 2 parts Honey: 1 tbsp Peach slice to garnish How to make it? Combine the ingredients, shake well and serve. 2. Jasmine Orange Spritz © Four Seasons The luxe brand Four Seasons Wines, mixes some great cocktails! This one is really delicious. What’s in it? Four Seasons Classics Shiraz Red Wine: 90ml Jasmine Tea syrup: 15ml Fresh orange chunks Lime juice: 20ml Tonic Water: Top up How to make it? For the Jasmine tea syrup: Allow 8 to 10 tea bags to brew in 500 ml of hot water for about an hour. Add 500 gm of sugar into the brewed tea and stir until dissolved (don't remove the tea bags). Once dissolved, allow to cool. Squeeze out excess liquid from tea bags once they’re cool and use as required. For the cocktail: Gently muddle orange chunks at the bottom of the glass along with jasmine syrup and lime juice. Add the wine, fill the glass with ice and top it up with tonic water, garnish and serve. 3. The Royale Soirée © Brut Rosé If you are a Sparkling wine lover, this one’s your go-to by Grover Zampa. What’s in it? Soiree Brut Rosé: 3 oz (9 parts) Crème de cassis: 1/3 oz (1 part) How to make it? Add the crème de cassis to the bottom of the glass, then top it up with Soirée Brut Rosé and serve it in a Flute Glass! 4. White Wine Sangria © York Sauvignon, Betty Crocker While a Sangria recipe can be subjective, this is a perfect one for starters by York Wines. What’s in it? York Sauvignon Blanc Chopped Fruits: Lemon, peaches & green apples Sugar syrup: 3 tbsp Soda water Brandy or some apple based liquor How to make it? Add fruits in the ratio of 1:2:3, some Brandy and Soda Water to top off. Serve chilled.
  8. BIRMINGHAM: Fast bowler Wahab Riaz is expected to be sent home from the UK after developing a foot injury during the Champion Trophy match against India on Sunday, informed sources. Doctors have recommended at least 10-day rest for Riaz to recover from the injury. Sources have also informed that Coach Mickey Arthur has requested the team management to send an immediate replacement for the fast bowler, however Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan is reluctant to send a player to UK as he believes that with Junaid Khan and Faheem Ashraf in the squad there is no need for an alternative player. The Pakistani pacer had to leave the game before completing the over, after which he was taken to hospital. He left for the hospital walking with the help of crutches, where he underwent X-ray tests.
  9. NEW DELHI: Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh claimed on Sunday that the his government will soon find a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue. Speaking to a local TV channel, Singh said the government cannot provide a time frame for resolution of the issue, it is however working towards a permanent solution. The minister refused to divulge his government's strategy on the issue. Singh said his government wants to speak to all stakeholder?s vis-a-vis the Kashmir issue, but "talks will be unconditional." Complete shutdown observed in IoK today Authorities impose curfew, detain separatist leaders Earlier on Saturday, Indian troops martyred eleven Kashmiri youth including a top Hizbul Mujahideen Commander, Sabzar Ahmed Butt, in Indian occupied Kashmir on Saturday, the Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported. Indian troops, in fresh acts of state terrorism and continued violent military operations, killed eight youth in Rampur and Uri areas of Baramulla and three others including Sabzar Ahmed at Saimoh in Tral area of Pulwama. The killings prompted a complete shutdown in the occupied valley on Sunday. The two-day strike in the valley has been called by the Hurriyet leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, and Mohammad Yasin Malik, against the killings and use of brute force on civilians Indian by troops.
  10. US President Donald Trump delivers remarks to U.S. troops at the Naval Air Station Sigonella before returning to Washington D.C. at Sigonella Air Force Base in Sigonella, Sicily, Italy, May 27, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst SIGONELLA, ITALY: With trouble facing him back home, U.S. President Donald Trump ended his nine-day overseas journey in dramatic fashion on Saturday, addressing U.S. troops at a campaign-style rally. Trump flipped traditional U.S. foreign policy upside down on his tour through the Middle East and Europe, coddling Middle Eastern leaders with questionable human rights records while demanding traditional European allies pay more for their defense. At a Group of Seven summit in the resort town of Taormina on the island of Sicily, Trump refused to entreaties from the other six allies to maintain U.S. support for the Paris climate agreement, insisting he needed more time to make up his mind. In a hangar at Naval Air Station Sigonella, which is also on Sicily, Trump was introduced by his wife Melania, who has raised eyebrows during the trip by twice flicking away her husband's hand when he tried to hold hers. "My husband worked very hard on this trip and I am very proud of him," she said. Trump, whose Marine One helicopter landed from Taormina to the soaring soundtrack of the "Air Force One" movie, emerged from two days of closed door summitry to declare his trip a success. Trump said he had helped forge more international cooperation in the fight against Islamist militants, a threat he said was underscored by a suicide bomber in Manchester, England, and the killing of Coptic Christians in Egypt. "It was a tremendously productive meeting where I strengthen American bonds," said Trump. "We have great bonds with other countries and, with some of our closest allies, we concluded a truly historic week." Trump skipped the traditional end-of-trip news conference to avoid facing questions about a host of problems he faces upon his return to Washington later on Saturday. His May 9 firing of former FBI Director James Comey has raised concerns about whether he was trying to squelch a federal probe into his campaign's ties with Russia last year. The questions have been intensified in the wake of disclosures on Friday that a senior adviser, Jared Kushner, the husband of Trump's daughter Ivanka, had contacts with the Russians in December about opening a secret back channel of communications with Moscow. Trump used his trip to promote "America First" policies, promoting $110 billion worth of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and telling G-7 allies that the United States needs a more level playing field on trade. His body language on the trip demonstrated his typically brash behavior, dramatized by his demands that NATO allies pay more for their defense and his refusal to explicitly declare that the United States backs Article 5 of the alliance's charter, which requires each member to come to the defense of each other. His pushing aside of the prime minister of Montenegro to get in place for a family photo generated headlines across Europe. At Sigonella, Trump said his appeals to NATO allies to pay more was working. "Money is starting to flow in," he said. "It's only fair to the United States. We're behind NATO all the way. But we want to be treated fairly."
  11. KARACHI: The Sindh home minister has taken notice of a ?fake? FIR filed late Thursday night by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police against four brothers who were reportedly involved in a road accident with a police vehicle, Geo News reported. In what is being termed a car-collision accident, a policeman driving an official vehicle hit a private vehicle from the rear Thursday night, following which he got out and allegedly assaulted all four passengers, called backup and then took the passengers of the private vehicle to the Gulshan-e-Maymar Police Station. The policeman, along with his colleagues at the police station, continued to thrash the four passengers ? all brothers ? in the police station as well, and then went on to register a case against them. In the FIR filed at the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station on the complaint of police official Kamran, the blame for the entire episode has been put on the four brothers. It has also been mentioned that the brothers? vehicle hit the police van from the rear-end. However, the dents on both vehicles belie those claims as the front side of the police vehicle has been damaged along with the rear-end of the private car. Moreover, the policeman was also allowed to take away his official vehicle without any examination being conducted on it by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police. When the news of the treatment meted out to the private citizens was reported in the media, Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial took notice of the incident and ordered corrective action. ?We will not let Karachi become a police state,? Siyal stated, adding that action will be taken against the policemen who filed the false case and the SHO of the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station. The minister, who noted that the policemen wrongly favoured their colleague, ordered the DIG East to conduct an inquiry into the incident. However, till this report was filed, the four brothers continue to languish in the police lockup.
  12. KARACHI: The Sindh home minister has taken notice of a ?fake? FIR filed late Thursday night by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police against four brothers who were reportedly involved in a road accident with a police vehicle, Geo News reported. In what is being termed a car-collision accident, a policeman driving an official vehicle hit a private vehicle from the rear Thursday night, following which he got out and allegedly assaulted all four passengers, called backup and then took the passengers of the private vehicle to the Gulshan-e-Maymar Police Station. The policeman, along with his colleagues at the police station, continued to thrash the four passengers ? all brothers ? in the police station as well, and then went on to register a case against them. In the FIR filed at the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station on the complaint of police official Kamran, the blame for the entire episode has been put on the four brothers. It has also been mentioned that the brothers? vehicle hit the police van from the rear-end. However, the dents on both vehicles belie those claims as the front side of the police vehicle has been damaged along with the rear-end of the private car. Moreover, the policeman was also allowed to take away his official vehicle without any examination being conducted on it by the Gulshan-e-Maymar police. When the news of the treatment meted out to the private citizens was reported in the media, Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial took notice of the incident and ordered corrective action. ?We will not let Karachi become a police state,? Siyal stated, adding that action will be taken against the policemen who filed the false case and the SHO of the Gulshan-e-Maymar police station. The minister, who noted that the policemen wrongly favoured their colleague, ordered the DIG East to conduct an inquiry into the incident.
  13. Uzma returned to India after a 25-day controversial stay in Pakistan. Photo: Geo News screen grab ISLAMABAD: Indian national Uzma, who had alleged that a Pakistani man forced her into marriage, has safely returned to India after a 25-day controversial stay in Pakistan. A contingent of police escorted Uzma to Wagah Border from whereon she travelled to India. Uzma touched the ground to pay respect to her homeland after crossing the border. Photo: Geo News screen grab A video of Uzma reaching India in a black car, which was surrounded with journalists, also surfaced on Indian news channel, Times Now. On Wednesday, Islamabad High Court had allowed Uzma to return back home and even handed over her original immigration form, which her husband Tahir Ali had submitted to the court on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Islamabad High Court had allowed Uzma to return back home and even handed over her original immigration form, which her husband Tahir Ali had submitted to the court on Tuesday. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/a55527d6b070a9bd08d0c6511b06adb0.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9NS8yNS8yMDE3IDY6NTk6NDcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1kdkt6NXR5ekpJS0tPbkN4Y1Q1eTh3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] On May 19, Uzma had submitted a six-page reply to the high court and reiterated her earlier claims and said that she was forced to sign the Nikkahnama [nikkah papers] with Tahir. The reply also claimed that Tahir?s affidavit was based on lies, and requested that Uzma be allowed to travel to India as her visa will expire on May 30. How it started? Security forces surrounded Uzma as soon as she reached India after crossing the Wagah Border. Photo: Geo News screen grab The case of Indian woman Uzma?s marriage to Pakistani man Tahir became more confusing as it was unraveled in front of the media. It came to the forefront after her husband claimed that Indian High Commission has stopped her wife from leaving the premises during their visit to apply for visa on May 7. Uzma, who belongs to New Delhi, and Tahir 'fell in love' in Malaysia, after which she travelled to Pakistan on May 1 via the Wagah Border, and got married to him on May 3, according to Tahir. Uzma allowed to return to India IHC also returns original immigration form to Indian national Later, Indian High Commission claimed that Uzma has been staying there out of her own will. Following this, Uzma remarked that she was forced to marry Pakistan citizen Tahir Ali at gunpoint. She further remarked that she was unaware that Tahir was married and was the father of four children while speaking to the media. However, these claims were challenged by her husband, who even provided details of a private conversation in which Uzma seemed to know about his first marriage. Uzma had claimed that she was forced to marry Pakistani man Tahir Ali at gunpoint. Photo: Geo News screen grab Moreover, their Nikkah video also surfaced in which there were no signs of violence or intimidation. Later, Uzma?s brother, Waseem Ahmed, in a statement had claimed that Uzma had only travelled to Pakistan just to see Tahir. However, she informed him that she was coerced into marriage, adding that she was berated, beaten and threatened by Tahir.
  14. KARACHI: No police officers have been stopped from attending Thursday?s meeting called by the newly reappointed Sindh home minister Sohail Anwar Sial. This was said in a statement by the Sindh Inspector General AD Khawaja, wherein he alleged that some elements want to achieve their nefarious objectives by spreading misinformation. The statement was released by the spokesperson of the Sindh Police, who explained that officers leaving their designated headquarters for the meeting must inform the relevant departments, which is part of official procedure. Earlier, reports were being circulated in the media that the Sindh IG had barred police officers from attending the home minister?s meeting without his explicit permission. The home minister is expected to chair a meeting at 11am on Thursday regarding security arrangements in the province for Ramzan. Senior police officers from across the province are expected to attend the meeting. Sindh government appoints Suhail Anwar Sial as home minister The provincial government shuffled the allocated portfolios of different ministers On Tuesday, the Sindh government reshuffled portfolios in the provincial cabinet, giving back the home ministry to Sial ? a close aide of the top Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership. The PPP leader from Larkana was earlier appointed the home minister in May 2015 but lost his ministry in July 2016 following ?objections? of security agencies. The differences erupted after the Rangers attempted to arrest a close aide of the minister, Asad Kharal, from Larkana but locals obstructed the paramilitary force and helped Kharal escape. The incident led to a public spat between the provincial government and the Rangers, which forced then chief minister Qaim Ali Shah to relieve Sial of his post as the home minister. In March this year, the provincial government surrendered the services of the IG back to the federal government but the move was stayed after rights activists petitioned the Sindh High Court. Want to relinquish post in the best interest of the force: AD Khawaja SHC rejects Khawaja's request to end the stay order and remove his name from the respondents' list Last week, the Sindh IG had informed the court that under the present circumstances it had become difficult for him to continue with his job and requested the bench to allow him to relinquish his post but the court did not agree and continued the stay against his removal. The case is ongoing in the high court.
  15. Picture: Suhail Anwar Sial KARACHI: The Sindh Government on Tuesday appointed Suhail Anwar Sial as Sindh's home minister and added the Agriculture and Mineral department to his portfolio. The additional portfolio of Information Department was assigned to the Minister of Transport Sindh Nasir Hussain Shah, while the department of Religious Affairs and Zakat and Ushr was added to Dr Sikandar Mendhro's portfolio, as per the notification issued by the Sindh government. The ministers' portfolios were shuffled on the instructions of Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Pary Asif Ali Zardari.
  16. Picture: Suhail Anwar Sial KARACHI: The Sindh Government on Tuesday appointed Suhail Anwar Sial as Sindh's home minister and added the Agriculture and Mineral department to his portfolio. The additional portfolio of Information Department was assigned to the Minister of Transport Sindh Nasir Hussain Shah, while the department of Religious Affairs and Zakat and Ushr was added to Dr Sikandar Mendhro's portfolio, as per the notification issued by the Sindh government. The ministers' portfolios were shuffled on the instructions of Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Pary Asif Ali Zardari.
  17. KARACHI: Around a dozen and a half crew members of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight that were stopped by UK authorities after discovery of heroin from the plane have returned to the country after three days. The captain of the flight [PK-785] had returned to Pakistan on Wednesday whereas the remaining crew reached Karachi airport from London early Thursday morning via PK-788. Upon their arrival, the crew was debriefed by the PIA Vigilance GM and then allowed to exit the airport after their statements were recorded. On May 15, when the PIA plane landed at Heathrow airport in London from Islamabad, UK border authorities carried out a thorough search of the plane on suspicion of narcotics smuggling and reportedly questioned and detained crew members, including the captain of the plane. Speaking to Geo News on Wednesday afternoon, a spokesman of the UK National Crime Agency — which is now investigating the incident — said it cannot disclose any information about the operational matter of the drug bust but confirmed that “a quantity of heroin, a class A prohibited drug under UK law, was found concealed within the aircraft by Border Force officers”. Further investigations are under way by the UK authorities. In Pakistan, according to the latest reports from investigating officials, the use of sniffer dogs by Pakistan Customs and the Anti-Narcotics Force — a standard operation protocol — was not carried out on the PIA flight in question.
  18. KARACHI: Around a dozen and a half crew members of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight that were stopped by UK authorities after discovery of heroin from the plane have returned to the country after three days. The captain of the flight [PK-785] had returned to Pakistan on Wednesday whereas the remaining crew reached Karachi airport from London early Thursday morning via PK-788. Upon their arrival, the crew was debriefed by the PIA Vigilance GM and then allowed to exit the airport after their statements were recorded. On May 15, when the PIA plane landed at Heathrow airport in London from Islamabad, UK border authorities carried out a thorough search of the plane on suspicion of narcotics smuggling and reportedly questioned and detained crew members, including the captain of the plane. Speaking to Geo News on Wednesday afternoon, a spokesman of the UK National Crime Agency ? which is now investigating the incident ? said it cannot disclose any information about the operational matter of the drug bust but confirmed that ?a quantity of heroin, a class A prohibited drug under UK law, was found concealed within the aircraft by Border Force officers?. Further investigations are under way by the UK authorities. In Pakistan, according to the latest reports from investigating officials, the use of sniffer dogs by Pakistan Customs and the Anti-Narcotics Force ? a standard operation protocol ? was not carried out on the PIA flight in question.
  19. JERUSALEM: Israeli police said they freed a 14-year-old boy on Thursday who had been kept at home by his parents ever since his birth. Social services in the town of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv, had called in the police after they were alerted by a neighbour of the family. Police arrested the parents, aged around 60, and handed over the boy to social services for medical care. The neighbour, Chiko Waknin, told army radio that he had seen the boy through a window looking "like a zombie in a horror film". "His eyes seemed to be saying, ´Help me´, so I decided I had to do something," said the neighbour, adding that the home was in a "dilapidated" state and emitted an "unbearable smell". The parents are Russian-speakers and hardly know any Hebrew, he said. Their lawyer Dan Guilad, quoted by Israeli media, said they had been trying "to protect their son who suffers from health problems". Radio reports said the child had told police he was allowed to go out into the courtyard of his apartment building twice a month accompanied by his parents, mostly at night.
  20. TV bombshell and queen of provocative web-series—‘Twisted’—Nia Sharma, has become some sort of a trailblazer, especially when it comes to breaking stereotypes for TV actors. From playing the girl-next-door to becoming Asia’s sexiest woman—Ms. Sharma is leading a small pack of actors responsible for creating X-rated content for the millennial generation. For example: In the sixth episode of ‘Twisted’—Nia Sharma is seen indulging in some erotic foreplay with Isha Sharma. But...wait a minute...there’s more to the plot. As the evening progresses, the two actresses have moved on from their foreplay and are getting hot-and-heavy in the bedroom. What’s interesting is that the lovers stayed unaware of the fact that they were being watched, the entire time. Honestly, we don’t blame them either. Because just look at how hot they are… And if we are being totally honest, we wouldn't mind getting an exclusive invite to be a part of the twosome! (LOL, JK!)
  21. NEW YORK: US President Donald Trump returns to New York on Thursday for the first time since taking office, planning a bit of diplomacy as city officials brace for protests in the city where he built his name and fortune. Trump's departure for his January 20 inauguration ended a 2-1/2-month period following his November 8 election, which was marked by mostly protesting but also admiring crowds outside his home in the Fifth Avenue tower that bears his name and served as his presidential transition headquarters. Police are bracing for protests around the decommissioned aircraft carrier Intrepid on Manhattan's west side where the businessman-turned-politician is set to meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and at Trump Tower in the busy midtown section. Trump's first 100 days in office brought rollbacks of environmental regulations, an attempt to repeal his predecessor's signature healthcare law and crackdowns on immigrants, none of which play well in the liberal Northeast city. "He's from here, but we think his values are out of step with all the rest of us," said Joe Dinkin, spokesman for the Working Families Party, which is leading a loosely coordinated collection of groups for a "Reject Trump" rally. Fewer than one in five residents in America's most populous city voted for Trump, even though he comes from the city's Queens borough, built a brand in real estate and other ventures associated with New York, and has been tabloid fodder for decades. The city has already run up a significant bill for protection of Trump and his family, including about $24 million during the period between his election and inauguration and more than $300,000 a day since then protecting first lady Melania Trump and 11-year-old son Barron, who have continued to live in Trump Tower since the president moved to Washington. This week's federal spending deal includes $61 million to reimburse New York and other local governments for providing Trump-related security. Trump told Fox News last week he had not been back to his hometown because of the costs and public inconvenience involved with presidential travel. "I hate to see the New Yorkers with streets closed," he said. After the events with Turnbull, which include a black-tie dinner on the Intrepid to mark the 75th anniversary of the World War Two Battle of the Coral Sea, Trump is expected to go to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, for the weekend.
  22. Our ‘Hottie of the week’ is Jaylene Cook. She recently got into a bit of trouble posing nude on a mountain in New Zealand and we can see why. This woman is a fireball of sexiness! 🍃🌻 A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Apr 20, 2017 at 3:39am PDT He spoils me every day! @thejoshshaw - you are amazing ☺️⛵️🌅❤️👑🔒💞💋💍 A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Apr 5, 2017 at 5:49pm PDT She is ‘Playboy’ model also and why not? Do you see how crazy hot she is? This endless storm is giving me cabin fever.. 🤒🌪💨🌊☔️ • w/ @thejoshshaw xo A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Mar 11, 2017 at 2:18pm PST 🌾🌾🌾 • 📸 @kounelliphotography 📸 @kounelliphotography.ii 💇🏻 @haircandyextensions A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Feb 7, 2017 at 8:23pm PST Speechless bro, speechless. First day of summer!! What's your favourite thing about summer?? Mine is definitely the bikinis 😋👙❤️☀️ • 📸 @joelfloraphoto 👙 @lapearlswim A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Nov 30, 2016 at 8:49pm PST 💙💙💙 A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Nov 11, 2016 at 2:23am PST Mother Nature was very kind to us when she decided to give us Cook. Stay Hydrated! 😅💦 • 💧 @138watertm 📸 @malachibanales 👙 @fiascoandphoenix A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Oct 4, 2016 at 4:51pm PDT Lady of leisure 😌💋💦 • 📸 @davidmecey ⛵️ @paradisechallenge 🙆🏻 @jetonfashion A post shared by Jaylene Cook (@jaylenecook_) on Sep 21, 2016 at 11:13am PDT That’s all for the week folks, you have a normal life to live now.
  23. We've seen mashups, dance covers, parodies of Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You'. While most of them have been brilliant renditions, the best one was yet to come. There were some that were romantic, There were some that set the dance floor on fire, Then there were Bhangra dance covers to the song, But this Biriyani parody of 'Shape of You' is hands down the closest to our heart. There is no love higher than the love of Biriyani! Written, produced and directed by Ahmed Shariff, a comedian based out of Bangalore, this one is for every Biriyani lover out there! If you are a true biriyani lover, share this with your friends!
  24. After what he called a "very productive" first 100 days, President Donald Trump is vowing to roll out a new health plan and to completely renegotiate the NAFTA continental trade pact. His remarks, in a CBS interview broadcast Sunday, touched on daunting challenges domestic and foreign, from his vexed effort at health-care reform to a controversial new tax-cut plan to the rising threat from North Korea. But they followed his assurance at a raucous rally Saturday in Pennsylvania that the "great battles" ahead would be won. Trump insisted, even after two failed efforts to see an Obamacare repeal vote through Congress, that Americans will get a health-care package that preserves key protections, like coverage of pre-existing medical conditions. And as Republicans scramble for ways to pay for Trump's promise this week of major tax cuts -- the White House had hoped to use savings from the Obamacare repeal -- the president vowed that the money would not come through savings on the huge and popular Medicare program. "I'm not going to touch it," he said, except to eliminate "waste, fraud and abuse." Frustrations Trump, who is not known as particularly self-reflective, shared some of the frustrations he has encountered in his young presidency. He lambasted "unfair" media coverage; said Congress operates by "unbelievably archaic and slow-moving" rules; and called Democrats "totally obstructionist." But he will need some Democratic support to pass some of his more ambitious legislative objectives. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that Democrats looked forward to working with Trump on issues like infrastructure spending and affordable child care. But so far, she said on ABC, "he hasn't really proposed anything." In a week when Trump dropped a threat to cancel the NAFTA trade agreement following what he called "very nice" phone calls from the Mexican and Canadian leaders -- instead ordering a six-month review of all trade deals -- he made clear that US security took priority over even trade. If China can help ease the nuclear tensions with Pyongyang, "that's worth making not as good a trade deal," he said. "Trade is very important," Trump added. "But massive warfare with millions, potentially millions of people being killed? That, as we would say, trumps trade." He scheduled the Pennsylvania appearance after snubbing an invitation to the traditional White House correspondents' dinner on Saturday, where he had risked being roasted by comedians. Instead, he declared himself "thrilled" to be far from "the Washington swamp" and its "fake news" journalists. The black-tie affair in Washington was headlined by veteran investigative journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame. Woodward rebuffed the president's relentless barbs against news outlets. "Mr. President, the media is not fake news," he said. "Whether the media is revered or reviled, we should and must persist, and I believe we will." Keeping promises Some of Trump's animosity stemmed from US media evaluating his 100-day record as meager and mixed. They have noted embarrassing setbacks for the Republican on health care and a travel ban, and his own reversals on China and NATO -- while also recognizing campaign pledges he has met, like appointing a conservative Supreme Court justice and pulling the country out of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement. In his speech, Trump presented his record so far as "very exciting and very productive." "We are keeping one promise after another," he asserted, adding that he was preparing for "the great, great battles to come and that we will win in every case." Trump also highlighted his tough approach to immigration. Stepped-up law enforcement was removing "drug dealers, gang members and killers" from the country, he said, though he did not acknowledge his difficulty in finding money to start work on the wall he has promised on the Mexican border. Trump said the US economy had surged since he took office, reinvigorating America's construction, manufacturing and energy sectors, as well as its declining coal and steel industries -- a key message for the crowd in rust-belt Pennsylvania. On the North American Free Trade Agreement, he said, "If we can't make a fair deal for our companies and our workers we will terminate NAFTA." He said he would be making a decision on the "one-sided Paris climate accord" in the next two weeks. He described the pact, meant to curb global warming, as an impediment to US economic growth. On CBS, Trump -- holding the only elective office he has ever sought -- was asked about an earlier comment that he thought the job of the presidency would be easier. "Well, it's a tough job," he said. "But it's something that I really love and I think I've done a very good job at it."
  25. Manchester United's hopes of a top-four finish suffered a blow on Sunday as relegation-threatened Swansea City came back for a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. The result left United in fifth place behind Manchester City on goal difference. City occupy the final Champions League qualification spot and could leapfrog third-placed Liverpool later on Sunday if they beat Middlesbrough. It was United's 10th home draw - the highest number in the Premier League this season - and the team's injury woes continued to mount with defenders Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly both taken off during the game. "We lost players and we lost points, so yes today was a bad day," said manager Jose Mourinho. "We are tired and exhausted. You cannot isolate the performance out of the context. This is the ninth match of April, it is not human. We have a squad of 22 that is reduced to 13 or 14 players. The players are very tired," he added. United are hoping to make the Champions League by winning the Europa League. They face Celta Vigo in Spain in the first-leg of their semi-final on Thursday. For Swansea though, the point could prove to be precious as they bid to get out of the bottom three - they are now two points behind 17th placed Hull City with three games remaining for both clubs. Wayne Rooney put United ahead from the penalty spot on the stroke of halftime after Marcus Rashford was ruled to have been brought down by Swansea keeper Lukasz Fabianski. Swansea protested the decision arguing that the 19-year-old England forward had dived but Rooney kept his cool to drive in. It was Rooney though who gave away a freekick on the edge of the area which allowed Gylfi Sigurdsson to curl in a magnificent effort in the 79th minute. Questions will be asked, however, of the decision to move Ander Herrera from his position on the goal-line, into the wall, with Sigurdsson's shot going exactly in the spot where the Spaniard had been stood. United's injury list already included top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, record signing Paul Pogba and key defender Marcos Rojo, as well as defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling and Mourinho was understandably concerned. "I don't know about the injuries. I think Luke Shaw's must be a big injury, because to leave the pitch after 10 minutes I am expecting a very big injury. "At the moment, we can walk from the bed to the toilet and break a leg," he said.