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  1. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/e53a8c63bd34384ec21cbc013f5e4c38.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8xNC8yMDE4IDY6NTg6MDkgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1hWVMwU1djZDZRQnpLUlNkTG5WOFN3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: Advisor to PM on Finance Miftah Ismail Wednesday said the United States' motion to place Pakistan on a global terrorist-financing watchlist is "inspired by India." Speaking on Geo News' show 'Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath', Ismail said they are in talks with 25, 30 countries and many of these countries have appreciated Pakistan's steps. "We have been working and telling the world our stance. The reason for which they want to put us on watchlist...we have ended that very reason." He said there is positive feedback from officials and states they have been talking to and it appears that Pakistan will not be put on the watchlist. US moves to put Pakistan on global terrorist-financing watchlist A meeting of FATF member states is due to take place next week in Paris, where the motion on Pakistan could be adopted Responding to a question about the motion being focused on Hafiz Saeed and India's allegations, the PM's advisor said the process has become "India-inspired, India-centric" and that an international organisation like FATF is doing so because of conspiracies of one country. He, however, said that there were loopholes in their laws. "As far as these technical issues or the legal loopholes are concerned, we are ready to talk to them (FATF), if it would be on technical level and not political." Ismail called it "injustice" to single out an individual or organisation. "When we feel that the whole process is India-inspired and they have only been singling out one organisation or one individual, then this is injustice." He said that Pakistan has fulfilled its international commitments and obligations under the UN charter. "We have fulfilled our obligations and expect the world fraternity to understand that Pakistan is meeting its reasonable expectations," the PM's advisor said. "After all this, what India wants is mischief," he concluded.
  2. A currency trader counts Pakistani Rupee notes as he prepares an exchange of US dollars in Islamabad, Pakistan, on December 11, 2017. ? Reuters FILE ISLAMABAD: The United States has put forward a motion to place Pakistan on a global terrorist-financing watchlist with an anti-money laundering monitoring group, according to a senior Pakistani official. A meeting of FATF member states is due to take place next week in Paris, where the organisation could adopt the motion on Pakistan. Pakistan has been scrambling in recent months to avert being added to a list of countries deemed non-compliant with terrorist financing regulations by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a measure officials fear could hurt its economy. Pakistan?s de facto finance minister, Miftah Ismail, told Reuters the United States and Britain put forward the motion several weeks ago, and later persuaded France and Germany to co-sponsor it. "We are now working with the US, UK, Germany and France for the nomination to be withdrawn," Ismail said, speaking by telephone from Europe. "We are also quite hopeful that even if the US did not withdraw the nomination that we will prevail and not be put on the watchlist." Pakistan was previously on the FATF watchlist from 2012 to 2015.
  3. What is 'Toughest Men In India?' Find out on 25th January.
  4. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/c717f3c5980f3239d4d3a21f7d0091bf.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS85LzIwMTggODo1MzozMyBQTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPTBzeGYxb0N5bDhCRlBTNCswcEU5WVE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] QUETTA: Former Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti said on Tuesday that the provincial legislators held reservations against Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri and the no-confidence motion against him was not intended to weaken Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. Speaking in Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath, he said: "Our target is democratic and constitutional, we wanted an in-house change by having a new chief minister.? CM Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri resigns ahead of no-confidence motion The prime minister travelled to Quetta as a no-confidence motion against CM Zehri gained momentum Bugti added that the new chief minister as per his capacity should work for the next six months. ?The governance which was getting weaker dray by day be put on track,? he said. Responding to a question, he said that it was far easier for us for the provincial lawmakers to weaken the majority of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, as they could have voted for their chosen candidates in secret balloting, and no one would have known who voted for who but that was not the objective of the MPAs. ?Our target was to have an in house accountability,? the former home minister said.
  5. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/82b38f7ed6ee374832560a85b1de584c.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS84LzIwMTggNzowOToyNyBQTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPWdYNysrY0ZHTzdMd3M5c0NkQ0FEb3c9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] QUETTA: Opposition members in Balochistan Assembly are likely to table a no-confidence motion against Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri on Tuesday, amid an ongoing political crisis in the province. The Balochistan Assembly speaker has restricted live broadcast of Tuesday's proceedings as well as the use of mobile phone inside the assembly hall. It has been learnt that the motion will be tabled at 4pm on Tuesday. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which has government both in the centre and province, has stepped up efforts to defuse the ongoing crisis. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi arrived in Quetta on Tuesday and presided over a meeting of members of coalition parties in the Balochistan government. Abbasi held consultation over the no-confidence motion against CM Zehri. Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal, Sardar Mehtab Abbasi, Zahid Hamid, Safron Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch and State Minister for Petroleum Jam Kamal were accompanied the prime minister on the occasion. PM Abbasi also held meetings with governor and chief minister of Balochistan. Opposition Leader in the provincial assembly, Maulana Abdul Wasay said earlier in the day that the Balochistan governor, in a bid to convince him, offered to arrange a meeting between him and the prime minister. Wasay, however, said that he would not sail in two boats at the same time. Either of the chief minister and the opposition require backing of 33 members in the house of 65. Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) lawmaker Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has claimed that as many as 40 legislators will vote for the no-confidence motion against Zehri. Bizenjo said that PML-N leader Changez Marri has also rendered his support for the no-confidence motion. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Balochistan chief minister said that those claiming to have the support of 40 MPAs could not gather more than 20 legislators at their recently held dinner meeting. Zehri has reportedly said that he will fight against the no-confidence motion and will prove his support in the house. Sources earlier told Geo News that Zehri contacted PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif on Sunday and conveyed to him that the issue of the no-confidence motion against him needs to be resolved. According to sources, Zehri told Nawaz that a no-confidence motion against him could have an impact on the results of the upcoming general elections.
  6. QUETTA: Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid representative and provincial lawmaker Abdul Qudoos Junjeo claimed on Monday that as many as 40 legislator will vote for the no-confidence motion against Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri. Junejo said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Changaiz Marri has also rendered his support for the no-confidence motion. Meanwhile, spokesperson for Balochistan CM said that those claiming to have the support of 40 MPAs could not gather more than 20 legislators in their recently held dinner. Zehri has reportedly said that he will fight against the no-confidence motion and will prove his support in the house. Zehri contacts Nawaz to discuss political crisis in Balochistan: sources The government has increased efforts to solve a brewing crisis in the province after provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against Zehri The no-confidence motion will likely be presented on Tuesday. Separately, Zehri contacted Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif and conveyed to him that the issue of the no-confidence motion against him needs to be resolved. According to sources, Zehri told Nawaz that a no-confidence motion against him can have an impact on the results of the upcoming general elections. The government has increased efforts to solve a brewing crisis in the province after provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against Zehri. Federal ministers call on CM Zehri in bid to defuse political crisis Federal ministers, Khurram Dastagir and Abdul Qadir Baloch, and Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) chief Mehmood Khan Achakzai called on Zehri in Quetta on Sunday evening. Dastagir discussed present political situation, law and order and other affairs pertaining to the province with the chief minister. The meeting also had Safron Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch and provincial advisor Obaidullah Babat in presence. Dastagir assured CM Balochistan of support from the federal government and the PML-N. The PkMAP chief, in his meeting with the chief minister, discussed the overall political scenario in Balochistan. Minister of State for Petroleum Jam Kamal and Abdul Qadir Baloch were also part of the meeting. The no-confidence motion, which was submitted by Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo and Syed Agha Raza, was signed by a total of 14 parliamentarians. Later, the chief minister?s adviser Prince Ahmad Ali Ahmadzai, Fisheries Minister Mir Sarfraz Domki and Home Minister Mir Sarfraz Bugti submitted their resignations. This was followed by resignation of two more cabinet members, a provincial minister and the chief minister?s adviser.
  7. Nawab Sanaullah Zehri/File photo QUETTA: Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid representative and provincial lawmaker Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has claimed that as many as 40 legislators will vote for the no-confidence motion against Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri. Bizenjo said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Changez Marri has also rendered his support for the no-confidence motion. Meanwhile, spokesperson for Balochistan CM said that those claiming to have the support of 40 MPAs could not gather more than 20 legislators at their recently held dinner. Zehri has reportedly said that he will fight against the no-confidence motion and will prove his support in the house. Zehri contacts Nawaz to discuss political crisis in Balochistan: sources The government has increased efforts to solve a brewing crisis in the province after provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against Zehri The no-confidence motion will likely be presented on Tuesday. Separately, Zehri contacted PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif and conveyed to him that the issue of the no-confidence motion against him needs to be resolved. According to sources, Zehri told Nawaz that a no-confidence motion against him could have an impact on the results of the upcoming general elections. The government has increased efforts to resolve a brewing crisis in the province after provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against Zehri. Federal ministers call on Zehri in bid to defuse political crisis Federal ministers, Khurram Dastagir and Abdul Qadir Baloch, and Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) chief Mehmood Khan Achakzai called on Zehri in Quetta on Sunday evening. Dastagir discussed present political situation, law and order and other affairs pertaining to the province with the chief minister. The meeting also had Safron Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch and provincial adviser Obaidullah Babat in presence. Dastagir assured CM Balochistan of support from the federal government and the PML-N. The PkMAP chief, in his meeting with the chief minister, discussed the overall political scenario in Balochistan. Minister of State for Petroleum Jam Kamal was also part of the meeting. The no-confidence motion, which was submitted by Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo and Syed Agha Raza, was signed by a total of 14 parliamentarians. Later, the chief minister?s adviser Prince Ahmad Ali Ahmadzai, Fisheries Minister Mir Sarfraz Domki and Home Minister Mir Sarfraz Bugti submitted their resignations. This was followed by resignations from two more cabinet members, a provincial minister and the chief minister?s adviser.
  8. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Thursday requested the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazal) leader Maulana Fazalur Rehman to take back his support from the no-confidence motion against Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, sources informed Geo News. The premier along with Federal Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch visited the residence of JUI-F leader in the capital city. The JUI-F leader told the prime minister that he will give his response on the government?s request after consultation with his party?s provincial leadership. Sources have further informed that Maulana Fazal expressed his reservations to the prime minister, and presented his conditions to take back support from the no-confidence motion. The conditions were related to the incumbent political setup in the Balochistan, future provincial interim government and assurances on the FATA issue. Meanwhile, Former home minister Balochistan Sarfraz Bugti has reportedly said that the no-confidence vote against Chief Minister Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri is a democratic right. The former home minister was visiting Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz?s senior leader Sardar Yaqub Nasir after the passing of his sister, where he also addressed media personnel. He said that the no-confidence vote was not an undemocratic move as it is a part of politics. Bugti further said he does not have differences with the PML-N but only with Sanaullah Zehri. The former home minister also said that dissent is the beauty of democracy and it strengthens the democratic system. On Wednesday, a notification from the office of the Governor Balochistan de-notified Sarfraz Bugti as the provincial minister for Home and Tribal Affairs, Prisons and PDMA on the advice of the chief minister. Bugti had earlier tweeted rejecting media reports that he had been dismissed from the provincial cabinet, adding that he submitted his resignation on Tuesday afternoon to Governor Balochistan.
  9. Provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against the Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri on Tuesday. Photo: file QUETTA: Provincial lawmakers submitted a no-confidence motion against the Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri on Tuesday. The motion, which was submitted by Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo and Syed Agha Raza, was signed by a total of 14 parliamentarians. In the motion, the provincial lawmakers mentioned that the resolution is being moved as per ?Article 136 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, for a vote of no confidence against the Chief Minister, Government of Balochistan.? The Article 136 (1) of the Constitution reads: ?A resolution for a vote of no-confidence moved by not less than twenty per centum of the total membership of the Provincial Assembly may be passed against the Chief Minister by the Provincial Assembly. (2) A resolution referred to in clause (1) shall not be voted upon before the expiration of three days, or later than seven days, from the day on which such resolution is moved in the Provincial Assembly. (3) If the resolution referred to in clause (1) is passed by a majority of the total membership of the Provincial Assembly, the Chief Minister shall cease to hold office.? In the document submitted to the Balochistan Assembly speaker, the parliamentarians wrote: ?We the undersigned Members of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan, do hereby move a resolution of Vote of No Confidence, against the Chief Minister, Government of Balochistan, under Article 136 of the Constitution of Pakistan, read with Rule 19-B of the RULES OF PROCEDURE AND CONDUCT OF BUSINESS 1974 of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan. Hence, it is requested that a day be fixed, for moving the aforesaid resolution in the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan, according to Sub-Rule (4) of Rule 19-B of RULES OF PROCEDURE AND CONDUCT OF BUSINESS 1974.?
  10. KARACHI: Opposition parties in the Sindh Assembly will table a no-confidence motion on Tuesday (today) against Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza for her "uncooperative attitude". The motion will be tabled by parliamentary leaders from opposition parties, including, PML-F, PTI and PML-N, on Tuesday. The opposition contends that the speaker does not listen to their questions and concerns, doesn?t allow them to speak on the agenda, while all questions from the treasury members are included. Pakistan Muslim League-Functional Nusrat Seher Abbasi said Raza?s behaviour with her is particularly unpleasant. Seher, while talking to Geo News, said that the deputy speaker passes uncalled for comments and sometimes switches off their mics. "The treasury members can go on and on though," she said. The PML-F MPA said that it is unfortunate such treatment is meted out to MPAs, especially those who raise important issues in the assembly. She also added that Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan has refused to join the move to send the motion.
  11. KARACHI: Members of opposition parties in the Sindh Assembly will table a no-confidence motion against Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza for her "uncooperative attitude". The motion will be tabled by parliamentary leaders from all four opposition parties, including MQM-P, PML-F, PTI and PML-N on Tuesday. The opposition contends that the speaker does not listen to their questions and concerns, doesn?t allow them to speak on the agenda, while all questions from the treasury members are included. MQM walks out of Sindh Assembly over ruckus with deputy speaker Shehla Raza asks MQM MPA to 'get out of the session if he can't abide by the guidelines' Pakistan Muslim League-Functional Nusrat Sahar Abbasi said Raza?s behaviour with her is particularly unpleasant.
  12. A woman walks among debris after fire destroyed shelters at a camp for internally displaced Rohingya (Reuters) ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday submitted an adjournment motion in the National Assembly over the Rohingya crisis. The motion submitted by PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Dr Arif Alvi, Asad Umar, Shafqat Mehmood demanded that the assembly should immediately raise the issue of persecution of Rohingya Muslims. The PTI leaders have also stated that houses have been torched in Rohingya-majority areas of Myanmar's Rakhine region. ?Heartbroken? Malala slams genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar The children 'attacked no one, but still their homes were burned to the ground' It said that due to the sensitivity of the issue, a national policy on Rohingya crisis must be developed after an extensive discussion in the Lower House of Parliament. Meanwhile, nearly 90,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since violence erupted in Myanmar in August, pressuring scarce resources of aid agencies and communities already helping hundreds of thousands of refugees from previous spasms of violence in Myanmar. Nearly 90,000 Rohingya escape Myanmar violence as humanitarian crisis looms Rights monitors and Rohingya fleeing to neighboring Bangladesh say a campaign of arson and killings by the Myanmar army aims to force them out The ensuing clashes and a major military counter-offensive have killed at least 400 people. Rights monitors and Rohingya fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh say a campaign of arson and killings by the Myanmar army aims to force them out. The treatment of Buddhist-majority Myanmar?s roughly 1.1 million Muslim Rohingya is the biggest challenge facing leader Aung San Suu Kyi, accused by Western critics of not speaking out for the minority that has long complained of persecution. The number of those crossing the border, 87,000, surpassed the total of Rohingya who escaped Myanmar after a much smaller insurgent attack in October that set off a military operation beset by accusations of serious human rights abuses.
  13. US President Donald Trump in Hamburg, Germany, July 8, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria WASHINGTON: The US Supreme Court has asked the State of Hawaii to respond by Tuesday at noon to President Donald Trump's motion to block a judge's ruling that prevented his travel ban from being applied to grandparents of US citizens and refugees already being processed by resettlement agencies, the court's public information office said on Saturday. In a court filing on Friday, the administration asked the justices to overturn Thursday's decision by a US district judge in Hawaii, which limited the scope of the administration's temporary ban on refugees and travellers from six Muslim-majority countries. The latest round in the fight over Trump's March 6 executive order, which he says is needed to prevent terrorist attacks, began when the Supreme Court intervened last month to partially revive the two bans, which had been blocked by lower courts. The Supreme Court said then that the ban could take effect, but that people with a "bona fide relationship" to a US person or entity could not be barred. The administration had narrowly interpreted that language, saying the ban would apply to grandparents and other family members, prompting the state of Hawaii to ask Hawaii-based US District Judge Derrick Watson to expand the definition of who could be admitted. Trump banned travellers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen for 90 days, and refugees for 120 days. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in the fall over whether the ban violates the US Constitution.
  14. I’m sure we all like to watch porn in peace and xHamster has funded a tech startup that will let you do just that. The tech company has developed a motion sensing device that will save people the embarrassment of getting caught in the act. © Minimeyes The adult entertainment website has also requested their viewers to contribute towards the public funding campaign that will let the device to be sold in the market. The device is called ‘minimeyes’ and it has motion sensing technology that uses infrared to detect when the door opens. The practical use of this device are not only confined to porn but it will definitely be one of the things it will be most used for. Once a door opens, the device will hide all open windows from your desktop and mute your speakers as well. © Minimeyes The device needs to be pointed towards the direction of the door which will then be detected by the infrared lens for activity. The device works up to 65 feet which is enough range for the device to function effectively. Minimeyes works in tandem with an application that will run in the background and will always be equipped to hide your dirty content. © Pinterest It also has a failsafe option that can be used with a magnetic sensor, installed on your door. The magnetic door sensor will send a signal to your computer the moment someone has unexpectedly entered your room. As I type this article, I’m already checking out their crowdfunding page and about to help this magnificent start up. You can do it too by going here and pledging the $48 dollars it needs. However I would like to caution you towards one thing; the device may hide all your content, but in excitement, don’t forget to zip up your pants. You can watch the video below on how the device works:
  15. KARACHI: Sindh Assembly adopted a resolution against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairperson Imran Khan reprimanding his ‘irresponsible behaviour’ on Tuesday. The resolution was moved by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)’s Sorath Thebo, who alleged that Imran Khan has been lying in front of the media in order to be portrayed to as a ‘hero’. She said that Imran Khan’s behaviour has been quite irresponsible lately. The resolution received support from lawmakers of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). However, the PTI members raised their voice against the resolution and this lead to a brief ruckus in the assembly’s session. Ultimately, the resolution left the opposition divided and it was passed with majority regardless of protest of PTI lawmakers. Moreover, the assembly also passes resolutions pertaining to serving one-dish in wedding ceremonies, which was moved by PTI’s Seema Zia, and putting an end to encroachments in the city, which was moved by a MQM lawmaker.
  16. Do you like slow motion videos? Well, who doesn’t? Slow motion videos are the new craze that has taken over the internet. Various things happening in the slow motion give mesmerizing visuals which are interesting to watch. The Slo Mo Guys are famous on the YouTube for filming and destroying all sorts of thing in slow motion. Recently, the team had a two-hour-long live stream, where they destroyed a whole bunch of stuff in the California desert. Here's a short highlight clip where you can watch the happenings in slow motion. Check it out!