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  1. WASHINGTON: An emergency alert sent on Saturday to Hawaii?s residents warning of an imminent ballistic missile attack was transmitted mistakenly by state authorities due to human error, Hawaii?s governor and emergency management chief said. State officials and the US military?s Pacific Command confirmed that there was no actual threat to the state. Governor David Ige, a Democrat, said in comments aired on CNN, ?I was awakened by the alert like everyone else here in the state of Hawaii. It was unfortunate and regrettable. We will be looking at how we can improve the procedures so it doesn?t happen again.? The alert, sent to mobile phones and aired on television and radio, was issued amid high international tensions over North Korea?s development of ballistic nuclear weapons. Ige, who apologized for the incident, said the alert was sent out by mistake during a shift change at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency. He said such shift changes occur three times a day every day of the year. Vern Miyagi, the agency?s administrator, said in comments also aired on CNN, ?It was an inadvertent mistake. The change of shift is about three people. That should have been caught. ... It should not have happened.? The U.S. Federal Communications Commission announced it was initiating a full investigation. The FCC has jurisdiction over the emergency alert system. Earlier this week, FCC chairman Ajit Pai said the agency would vote at its January meeting to enhance the effectiveness of wireless emergency alerts, which have been in place since 2012. CHECK LIST Miyagi said there was a ?check list? that should have been followed. He said, ?I think we have the process in place. It?s an matter of executing the process. I think it?s human error.? ?This will not happen again,? he added. Media reports said it took 38 minutes for the initial alert to be corrected. After the alert was sent, the Emergency Management Agency later said on Twitter: ?NO missile threat to Hawaii.? A spokeswoman for US Representative Tulsi Gabbard said the congresswoman checked with the state agency that issued the alert and was told it was sent in error. Gabbard then tweeted, ?HAWAII - THIS IS A FALSE ALARM. THERE IS NO INCOMING MISSILE TO HAWAII. I HAVE CONFIRMED WITH OFFICIALS THERE IS NO INCOMING MISSILE.? Gabbard also tweeted the mistaken alert, which stated: ?EMERGENCY ALERT BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.? North Korean President Kim Jong-un has threatened to unleash his country?s growing missile weapon capability against the U.S. territory of Guam or U.S. states, prompting President Donald Trump to threaten tough actions against Pyongyang, including ?fire and fury.? Trump was wrapping up a round of golf at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida when the incident was unfolding. White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said Trump was briefed and that it ?was purely a state exercise.? Hawaii State Representative Matt LoPresti, described his family?s reaction upon receiving the alert, adding that ?someone should lose their job if this was an error.? ?We took shelter immediately ... in the bathtub with my children, saying our prayers,? LoPresti told CNN. ?I was wondering why we couldn?t hear the emergency sirens. I didn?t understand that. And that was my first clue that maybe something was wrong, whether a hack or an error. But we took it as seriously as a heart attack,? LoPresti added. Hawaii, a chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean, has a population of about 1.4 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and is home to Pacific Command, the Navy?s Pacific Fleet and other elements of the American military. In November, Hawaii said it would resume monthly statewide testing of Cold War-era nuclear attack warning sirens for the first time in at least a quarter of a century, in preparation for a possible missile strike from North Korea, state officials said at the time. US Senator Mazie Hirono, a Democrat from Hawaii, said on Twitter, ?At a time of heightened tensions, we need to make sure all information released to the community is accurate. We need to get to the bottom of what happened and make sure it never happens again.? The US Navy base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, was the target of the surprise attack by Japan on Dec. 7, 1941, that drew the United States into World War Two.
  2. Photo: File KARACHI: The Pakistani boy with hearing and speech disabilities, who was incarcerated in an Indian prison, will be sent back to his country on Monday, according to sources. As per information received from the foreign ministry, the boy named Hasnain will be sent to Pakistan via the Wagah border. According to reports, Hasnain?s parents identified him after the news of him being in Amritsar prison in India was aired on Geo News. As per the Indian media, the boy has been identified as Hammad Hassan. Hasnain, who is said to be 10 years old, was in a prison in Amritsar since May 17. The High Commission for Pakistan in New Delhi contacted the interior ministry of Pakistan and requested them to find the boy?s parents. Pakistani boy with disabilities kept in observation home in India He was arrested on May 17 and found to be incarcerated in Amritsar prison An officer of High Commission for Pakistan in New Delhi, Fouzia Manzoor, met the boy, when the latter drew the flag of Pakistan, communicating his nationality. Earlier, Hasnain was moved from the prison to an observation home in Faridkot, India, sources said. Observation homes are meant to temporarily keep juveniles during the period when an enquiry is pending on the child.
  3. ISLAMABAD: The son of late Pakistan Muslim League-Functional leader Saira Naseer, whom he confessed to killing on Friday, has been sent to prison along with his wife on an eight-day judicial remand. Husri police presented Fahad Shah and his wife Sadaf before a civil judge?s court today. Shah complained to the judge about torture for obtaining the confessional statement, upon which the court ordered for the medical examination of the suspect. According to police spokesman, Sindh Home Minister praised the work of SSP Hyderabad Pir M Shah and his team in solving the case and announced prize worth Rs200,000. The son of late Saira Naseer on Thursday confessed to killing his own mother. In a detailed press conference, SSP Hyderabad Shah had traced the events that led to the murder of PML-F leader Saira Naseer. Son confesses to PML-F leader Saira Naseer?s murder: police SSP Hyderabad traces the events that led to the murder of Pakistan Muslim League-Functional leader Saira Naseer. On December 7, a woman?s charred body was found in a vehicle from Hyderabad?s Husri town, who was later identified through her belongings to be PML-N women wing?s leader Saira Naseer. According to police investigation, Naseer was murdered and then was placed inside the vehicle, which was set ablaze to make it look like an accident.
  4. US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin after meeting with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in Berlin, Germany, March 16, 2017. Photo: Reuters A gift-wrapped package addressed to US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin?s home in a posh Los Angeles neighbourhood that was suspected of being a bomb was instead filled with horse manure, police told local media. The package was found Saturday evening in a next-door neighbour?s driveway in Bel Air, the Los Angeles Police Department told the Los Angeles Times and KNBC television, the NBC affiliate in Los Angeles. The package also included a Christmas card with negative comments about President Donald Trump and the new US tax law signed by Trump last week. Reuters could not reach LAPD officials for comment on Sunday. An LAPD bomb squad X-rayed the package before opening it and found the horse manure inside, police told local media. Aerial footage from KNBC showed officers investigating a large box in wrapping paper, then dumping a large amount of what they later identified as the manure and opening the card that was included inside. Mnuchin, who KNBC said was not home when the package was discovered, is a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc executive and Hollywood film financier. A road in Bel Air was closed for about two hours, KNBC reported. The US Secret Service is also investigating the incident, according to the TV station.
  5. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Maryam Nawaz has questioned why the case of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Jahangir Tareen was not sent to the National Accountability Bureau, despite him pleading guilty to insider trading. While tweeting posts on Saturday regarding Tareen?s case, Maryam also asked who hindered the way of accountability after misuse of authority by the PTI leader was proven. She said Tareen has been accused of misusing his authority when he was the minister during Genera (retd) Pervaz Musharraf?s tenure. Tareen was disqualified as the secretary general of PTI over non-disclosure of assets, existence of offshore companies and receiving foreign funding for the party. She further posted that Tareen?s crime is not of taking a salary from his son, but is about him spreading his business through illegal use of his authority as a minister back then. Maryam was referring to the issue under which former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has claimed he was disqualified for not drawing a salary from his son?s company. However, it has been reported Nawaz drew salaries from Capital FZE owned by his son Hassan Nawaz. Tareen's response Later in the day, the PTI leader responded to Maryam's tweets on the same platform. Tareen tweeted that he found it "hilarious" how Maryam was comparing his case to her father's. The PTI leader said he presented details of all his assets while Nawaz only had a Qatari letter in his defense.
  6. Khawar Burney being produced by police in court earlier this month. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: The judicial magistrate (South) sent the main suspect in the Sea View killing case on judicial remand until December 18. A youngster, Zafir Khan, was killed and another injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3. Authorities arrested the central character behind the shooting later that day and have so far impounded a couple of vehicles in connection with the episode. The investigation officer pleaded the court to extend the suspect Khawar Burney's physical remand but the plea was dismissed. The judge also ordered the submission of the charge-sheet of the case at the next hearing. At the last hearing on December 6, the investigation officer informed the court that the prime accused, Burney, had 11 accomplices, including a woman. Sea View murder case: 'Prime accused had 11 accomplices, including a woman' A local court extends remand of accused Khawar Burney by three days The absconders include Haider Hussain, Hassan Hussain, Hasnain and others, he had said, requesting the court to grant a 10-day extension in remand of the accused. The court, however, granted a three-day extension in the remand. The incident Eyewitnesses said four people were on their way on Sunday, Dec 3, in a car from Do Darya in DHA's Phase 8 when they reportedly hit a sports bike from behind and sped away. A few moments later, their car was chased down, stopped by a double-cabin vehicle ? which was escorting the injured biker ? and was fired upon by people from inside. Police said that after allegedly firing at least nine times at the car, the men in the vehicle climbed out of and beat up the passengers. Sea view murder: Will fight till the very end, says Zafir's father 'I will fight the case until the very end and rest assured I won't back out' Police immediately launched a search for the vehicle and assailants, while a forensic team collected evidence from the site, according to officials. Later, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) for South informed Geo News that four suspects had been arrested from Khalid bin Waleed Road while the pick-up was also seized. Police claimed that they have confiscated the weapon and car used in the incident. The prosecutor has requested the court to include terrorism charges against the suspect. Meanwhile, in a recently-surfaced CCTV video, it is seen that the prime suspect Khawar along with his accomplices in two other cars was speeding away after the murder. Police said that the suspect hid at his Allama Iqbal Road residence. Authorities also recovered weapons from the detainees and filed a case in this regard. Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah took notice of the incident and also sought a report from the additional inspector general of police.
  7. She is hot, sexy, gorgeous, and everything that a man desires. We don't really need to describe much when it comes to Sunny Leone. The beautiful actress came to Bollywood breaking all stereotypes and made her place in the tinsel town. She is one of the most desired women around the globe and well, she has all that it takes to be on our minds all the time. ð A post shared by Sunny Leone (@sunnyleone) on Oct 4, 2017 at 12:58am PDT The actress is gearing up for her film 'Tera Intezaar' starring Arbaaz Khan. The film is a thriller-love story where the duo will be seen romancing each other. MensXP spoke to Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan in an exclusive interview where she spilled some beans about things we always wanted to know. Super hot mini dress #mtvsplitsvilla10 in @flirtatious_india & @accessoriesbyanandita ; Styled by @anjalisinghshekhawat_ ; hair & makeup @tomasmoucka @jeetihairstylist ; photo @tomasmoucka A post shared by Sunny Leone (@sunnyleone) on Oct 11, 2017 at 2:33pm PDT While Arbaaz revealed that when he heard Sunny is doing the film, he just said yes because he always wanted to do a film with her. The same goes for Sunny as well. However, talking about something interesting we asked them, “Ever sent a dirty text to a wrong person?” © MensXP To which Arbaaz replied, “That's Happened”. © MensXP But it was Sunny who shared an incident that totally left us in splits. “I got one from the driver I had and then he was like Oh My God, I am so sorry,” she said. © MensXP © MensXP “I was sending that to someone else. And I was like this is so bad. (laughs) I didn't see him again,” she added. © MensXP They also talked about farting in public, sneaking into private parties, getting slapped and killing someone. Sunny and Arbaaz have shared a lot with us and you got to check out this video to know more:
  8. File Photo QUETTA: Security forces late on Monday conducted an operation in Turbat, recovering at least 18 people, including 16 foreigners who were being sent illegally to Europe. According to security forces sources, 15 of the recovered foreigners belonged to Nigeria, while one hailed from Yemen. The foreigners sought to illegally travel to Europe, the source added. Security forces also arrested two armed suspects during the operation and recovered weapons. Earlier, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested an alleged human smuggler from Gujrat in connection with the Turbat massacre of twenty people.
  9. Drunk texting, embarrassing texts, words of regret during an argument, sending the wrong text to the wrong person and cringing after that. Been there done that? Yeah, we all have. Lord knows how many times we have wanted to hurl ourselves off the building after hitting send, knowing that no power on earth can undo what we just did! Turns out that our prayers have actually been answered, as Whatsapp is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to delete a text within seven minutes of hitting send! © Twitter The feature is called 'Delete For Everyone'. So you basically select the message you want to delete (mind you, it's a Cinderella story so seven minutes time window is crucial), then you will get three options: to go back to chat, to delete the text from your phone and the magical option of deleting it for everyone. Also, messages sent on broadcast cannot be deleted. So be it your job or a relationship, Whatsapp is doing everything to save your regrets! People are obviously celebrating this. WhatsApp 'delete for everyone' feature has been released , thank God ,now I can delete mistakenly sent porn vdios .. — Tweetera (@DoctorrSays) October 29, 2017 Big up to WhatsApp, now you can delete a message you sent by mistake. Now we need the feature to exit a group quietly. — TheBachelor'sPen (@PhikaD) October 28, 2017 However, the feature is not something that was unheard of. Telegram has been way ahead of Whatsapp in this regard because it has been allowing users to revoke texts for a long time now. Now what next? Let's seriously hope for secretly exiting those annoying family groups without a notification. Wishful thinking, but who knows? Whataspp might just listen!
  10. Whatsapp users will no more have to fret over messages sent on chat windows they were not intended for. The messenger service has introduced a feature which will allow users to delete such messages sent to either a group or an individual chat. As stated on, the messages that one successfully deletes will be replaced with ?This message was deleted? in the recipients? chat. So if you see ?This message was deleted? in a chat, it means the sender deleted the message for everyone. However, a user cannot avail the opportunity of correcting their error hours after sending the wrong message. One can only delete the messages for everyone for up to seven minutes after sending it. Once the time is over, the window closes. There is no way to erase messages for everyone after seven minutes pass.
  11. Neymar was sent off before his team mate Edinson Cavani proved his worth once again with a last-gasp equaliser that salvaged a 2-2 draw for leaders Paris St Germain at bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille on Sunday. The Uruguay striker levelled one minute into stoppage time with a superb 20-metre free kick after Neymar had been dismissed in the 87th minute for two yellow card offences in quick succession. Neymar had earlier cancelled out Luiz Gustavo?s opener before halftime but lost his cool in the closing stages after Florian Thauvin had put the home side ahead in the second half, threatening to inflict PSG?s first defeat of the season. Then Cavani, who has often been criticised for supposed lack of efficiency, netted his ninth league goal of the season to earn the draw that puts PSG on 26 points from 10 matches. ?It?s an important goal because the game was almost finished but at least we salvaged a point,? said Cavani. Monaco are second, four points behind on 22 points after beating Caen 2-0 on Saturday. Marseille are fifth on 18 points as they were leapfrogged into fourth on 19 by Olympique Lyonnais, who hammered Troyes 5-0 away with a Memphis Depay hat-trick. In a boiling hot Velodrome, Marseille went ahead on 16 minutes when Gustavo beat Alphonse Areola with a 25-metre strike to give Marseille a deserved advantage after a solid start. Cavani squandered an opportunity to equalise one minute later when he missed the target from close range from a Layvin Kurzawa cross. Neymar levelled with his first opportunity in the 33rd as he collected a clever cross from Adrien Rabiot to beat Steve Mandanda with a left-footed shot. PSG had the upper hand but the hosts defended well to preserve the score until halftime. Kylian Mbappe was handed a yellow card for protesting after a Jordan Amavi handball in the box as PSG?s frustration grew. In the 78th minute, Clinton Njie, who came on for Konstantinos Mitroglu in the 65th, grabbed the ball from Rabiot on the right flank and Thauvin latched onto his cross to put the home side ahead. Neymar was booked in the 85th minute for dissent and two minutes later reacted angrily after being fouled, only to be shown the red card. He will miss next weekend?s home game against Nice. In his absence, there was no debate about who would take the final free kick in injury time as Cavani preserved the leaders? unbeaten record.
  12. MULTAN: Mufti Abdul Qavi complained of chest pain and was admitted to a Multan hospital on Thursday, hours after he was remanded into police custody in the murder case of Pakistani social media sensation Qandeel Baloch. Earlier on Thursday, a sessions court, hearing the model and social media icon's murder case, remanded the accused into police custody. He was arrested a day ago, after the court dismissed his bail plea and ordered police to arrest him for failing to cooperate with the prosecution. Speaking to Geo News within the court premises on Wednesday, Qavi had said that he had nothing to do with the murder and "the judge is also aware of that". He, however, had said that he would accept the court?s decision. Police said they shifted the accused to hospital as soon as he complained of chest pain. The cleric was taken to emergency ward of Multan Institute of Cardiology on Thursday evening. Medics found his blood pressure higher and heartbeat faster than normal, said Director Cardiology Rana Altaf. He was immediately admitted to the hospital and has since undergone necessary tests. The accused has had a medical history and two stent placements. According to physicians, Mufti Qavi has been kept under observation at the hospital. Qandeel murder case: Mufti Qavi remanded into police custody for four days Mufti Abdul Qavi was arrested from the Punjab Highway on Wednesday The murder Qandeel Baloch, who shot to fame for her "bold" selfies that polarised Pakistan, was allegedly strangled in July 2016 by her brother Muhammad Waseem. In his confession, Waseem claimed she had brought shame on the family and owned up to his crime in a press conference after his arrest. Prior to her death, Baloch, whose real name was Fauzia Azeem, spoke of worries about her safety and had appealed to the interior ministry to provide her with security. Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Yousaf suspended Mufti Abdul Qavi?s membership of Ruet-i-Hilal Committee after Baloch released pictures of herself with the cleric in a hotel room weeks before her murder, wearing his hat and pouting. She had accused him of inappropriate behaviour. "I thought I would expose him as he is in reality," she told AFP at the time, adding: "He is a different person alone and different when he has his followers around him." She had faced frequent abuse and death threats. The so-called 'honour-killing' had sent shockwaves across the country and triggered an outpouring of grief on social media for Baloch.
  13. PTI Chairman Imran Khan - File Photo ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has sent the non-bailable arrest warrant for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan to SSP operations. The warrant directs SSP Operations Islamabad to arrest Imran Khan and produce him before the commission on October 26 at 10 AM. The warrant which lists Khan?s Bani Gala and the PTI?s Central Office addresses states that the PTI chairman is charged with contempt of Election Commission of Pakistan under section 103-A of the Representation of the People Act, 1976. It adds that Khan had failed to appear before the Commission on various hearings, therefore, the Election Commission has ordered the issuance of a warrant of arrest against him. ECP on October 12, issued Imran Khan?s non-bailable arrest warrant in relation to the contempt of court case against him. The PTI had announced that it would challenge the decision in the Islamabad High Court. This is not the first time the ECP has issued warrants for the PTI chairman. On September 14, the ECP had issued bailable warrants against Imran to ensure his presence in the case. The ECP had ordered Imran to submit a surety bond of Rs100,000 until September 25 and nominate two persons who would ensure payment of the amount and be held responsible otherwise. Imran was also ordered to appear on that day in the commission in person. However, the PTI approached the IHC which, on September 20, suspended the bailable arrest warrants. Hearing the case, Justice Aamer Farooq, who headed a three-member larger bench, directed the PTI chief to reply to the ECP's show-cause notice. Babar Awan assured the court that the PTI chairman would reply to the ECP's show-cause notice with regards to contempt proceedings against him. The ECP had issued the contempt notice to Khan on January 24 over his ?scandalous remarks? about the commission. Babar, the petitioner who had filed the foreign funding case against the PTI leadership, had informed the ECP that the PTI chief had accused it of being biased in the foreign funding case following which his counsel tendered an apology with the commission. Babar is also one of the founding members of the PTI. Several times since then, Imran has accused the ECP, among other government bodies, of being compromised and working for the benefit of Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister and head of the ruling party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.
  14. RAWALPINDI: A woman from Indian Occupied Kashmir, identified as Azmat Jan, was sent back home on Tuesday after she crossed over the Line of Control near Chirikot, according to Inter-Services Public Relations. Azmat, who is married to Muhammad Shakeel and lives in Degwar Maldialan, was returned to IoK at Rawala-Poonch crossing point on humanitarian grounds. Photo: ISPR Azmat, who is married to Muhammad Shakeel and lives in Degwar Maldialan, was returned to IoK at Rawala-Poonch crossing point on humanitarian grounds, the ISPR stated. The move is a "gesture of goodwill and in continuation with Pakistan Army?s efforts to maintain peace and tranquillity along Line of Control," the Pakistan Army's media cell added. Civil and military officials of both sides were present at the occasion. Earlier in the year, Pakistan had released Afghan nationals to their home country as a gesture of goodwill. The Afghan nationals who were returned had spent a week under the open sky as the Torkham border remained closed. Among them were women and children.
  15. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Naeem-ul-Haque has claimed that it has been confirmed that the ambulance which entered the Joint Investigation Team Headquarters, while it was probing former prime minister?s assets, was sent for the purpose of spying. The leader shared on social media, ?Confirmed: The ambulance sent to JIT during its interrogation of Sharif family was, in fact, an IB vehicle sent to monitor events.? On March 30, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif?s son Hussain Nawaz had appeared before the JIT to record his statement. It was the second appearance of the premier?s son before the JIT, which continued interrogation for five and a half hours. Panama case: JIT questions Hussain Nawaz for six hours Panama probe team has asked premier?s son to furnish relevant documents Interestingly, around two-and-a-half hours after the JIT started deposing National Bank of Pakistan President Saeed Ahmad and later Hussain, a special ambulance arrived at the JIT headquarters. Answering journalists' queries at the academy's gate, a man sitting in the SUV-turned-ambulance with a government number plate identified himself as Dr Omar and said they had been called in. He refused to comment further and went inside, Geo News had reported.
  16. Raza was arrested on Friday on the orders of the Sindh High Court after it set aside Raza's bail in a case, filed by NAB alleging his involvement in a Rs 18bn scam-Geo News KARACHI: An accountability court in Karachi on Saturday sent former National Bank of Pakistan president Raza Ali and three other suspects in judicial remand till October 4 in a Rs18 billion scam case. Raza was arrested on Friday on the orders of the Sindh High Court after it set aside Raza's bail in a case, filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), alleging his involvement in a Rs 18bn scam. As many as 16 suspects have been named in the corruption case. The NAB prosecutor on Friday argued in court that the 2009 audit report of the bank had revealed irregularities and the State Bank of Pakistan had also expressed their reservations on the financial affairs of the bank. He informed the court that along with Raza, NBP officials including, Imran Butt, Ibrar Beg, Imran Ghani and Bangladeshi citizens too were involved in the scam. An anti-corruption court earlier in July indicted Raza, former member of the Pakistan Banking Council Tajmmul Hussain and others in a corruption reference. Ex-NBP president Ali Raza arrested on SHC orders As many as 16 suspects have been named in the corruption case, and two among them are under custody All those who were indicted are former bankers; the 13 accused are alleged to have committed corruption of billions of rupees during the period of 2003 to 2008. The bankers are also reported to have minted money in the name of welfare of bank employees. The accountability court had also entertained another corruption case registered against Raza and 16 other officials, including seven Bangladeshi nationals. In this case, the accused are reported to have committed a corruption of around Rs18 billion. A petition was also filed in the Supreme Court last year seeking the formation of a commission to investigate alleged illegal appointments, corruption and other illegalities committed by NBP?s higher-ups over the past 10 years.
  17. Photo: courtesy WhatsApp Ever regretted sending a text on Whatsapp? Well, now you will have the option of deleting a sent text. WhatsApp is testing a new feature, ?Delete for Everyone?, which will allow users to delete their sent messages. However, the message can only be deleted if the receiver has not read it. The messaging app is testing the feature both on iOS and Android, according to famous WhatsApp leaker WABetaInfo. WhatsApp just released its picture-in-picture feature for its users across the globe. The feature allows users to text message and video chat at the same time.
  18. ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MNA Ayesha Gulalai alleged that Imran Khan sent her inappropriate text messages. Addressing a press conference, Gulalai said she wanted to hold presser tomorrow but as some PTI women had a press conference so she had to respond. ?I am not concerned about party ticket or NA-1 seat, it is an illogical allegation, she said. ?Among many things, sending text messages is one of their bad habits,? she said. Gulalai said that Imran Khan always talks about turn of people to leave, adding that now it?s the PTI chairman?s turn. ?Imran Khan cannot keep himself in control,? she said. The former PTI MNA said that Imran wanted to introduce western culture. She said that when she was in the PPP, she felt very safe. ?I am not joining Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz,? she said. Gulalai, earlier today announced that she is leaving PTI. Speaking to the media, she alleged that the reason for her leaving the party was that the honour of women was not safe, citing Imran Khan as a major reason behind it. Ayesha Gulalai quits PTI, says honour of women not safe because of Imran Khan PTI MNA claims KP chief minister indulging in corruption ?I did not leave the party over the issue of NA-1,? she said, adding that she had to go through mental agony due to the situation. ?What was in those text messages I will reveal in my press conference? she earlier said.
  19. ISLAMABAD: A local court sent former Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Chairman Zafar Hijazi sent to Adiala Jail on a 14-day remand. Zafar Hijazi - File photo An FIA inquiry team had found Hijazi guilty of tampering the records of companies owned by the Sharif family. The team had submitted a 28-page inquiry report to the Supreme Court on July 9, in which it had endorsed the stance of the JIT probing the offshore assets of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family in connection with the Panama gate case. Hijazi's lawyer, however, had argued in court that SECP staffers did not tamper records of Chaudhry Sugar Mills under duress. Both the SECP officers named in the case had acted on their own, his lawyer had said. The former SECP chief was physically remanded to FIA's custody for another three days after his four-day remand expired on July 26. The court instructed FIA to produce Hijazi before the judges again on July 29 after his latest remand expired.
  20. ISLAMABAD: Daughter of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan took to Twitter after her father Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday claiming that her father will return with 'greater force and support'. She posted on the microblogging site: "Another elected Prime Minister sent home, but only to see him return with greater force & support & soonest Insha'Allah. Stay strong PMLN." The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for failing to disclose his un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from UAE-based Capital FZE in his nominations papers for the 2013 elections. The court also ordered the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to file a reference against Nawaz Sharif, his three children and others in an accountability court in six weeks, and directed for the trial to be wrapped up within six months. Panama Case: Judgement of the Supreme Court of Pakistan The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday disqualified Pakistan's Prime Minister ordering the National Accountability Bureau to prepare and file a reference within six weeks against Nawaz Sharif,...
  21. JIT had requested to keep volume X under wraps till replies were received all countries ISLAMABAD: The Joint Investigation Team's (JIT) volume X has details of letters and questions sent to different countries to inquire regarding the business assets of the Sharif family, sources informed Geo News on Friday. Letters were also sent to Switzerland and Luxembourg in regards properties connected with the first family and the governments of the two countries were contacted. Other countries that were contacted during the Panama Papers investigation include Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, UK, UAE and the British Virgin Islands, added sources. Countries which did not answer the JIT's inquiries include Switzerland, Luxembourg, UK and Saudi Arabia. The JIT had requested to keep volume X under wraps till replies were received from all countries. Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, during Friday's Panama Papers hearing, remarked that volume X will not be shown to anyone yet as a number of issues will become clear after reading the volume. The apex court bench also directed for the confidential volume X of the JIT report to be made available to the premier's counsel, Khawaja Harris. The judges remarked that they want to keep everything transparent. Volume X of the report was kept confidential at the time the JIT report submitted its final report. The JIT had asked the Supreme Court not to make the volume public as it contained material related to ongoing international cooperation in the investigation against the Sharif family.
  22. ANKARA: Turkey has sent 197 cargo planes, 16 trucks and one ship to Qatar to meet its daily needs since a dispute broke out last month between Qatar and other Gulf states, Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci said on Wednesday. At a meeting with Zeybekci in the Turkish capital Ankara, Qatar's economy minister, Ahmed bin Jassim al-Thani, said Doha's sea and air trade was continuing without disruption despite sanctions. Ankara has backed Qatar after Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut all economic and diplomatic ties with it, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism, a charge it denies.
  23. Some of the puppies recovered from the suspect. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: A young man arrested for allegedly conning people into buying phony ?pedigreed? dogs was sent on judicial remand on Wednesday. After police produced Sagheer in front of a judicial masgistrate, the judge sent him to jail on judicial remand till July 17. However, sources said the suspect could apply for bail as he has been booked on a bail-able offence and thus may avoid spending time in the lockup. On Tuesday, police arrested Sagheer from North Nazimabad after a complaint was filed against him by a citizen, Riazuddin, who said he had bought ?pedigreed? dogs from Sagheer but upon giving them a bath, the colour on their coat came off. Gulberg SP Bashir Brohi said following the complaint, the police contacted Sagheer through an advertisement he posted on his website offering the sale of purebred dogs. The police later arrested him and recovered four ?German Shepherds? from his possession. Unleashed: Man arrested for selling strays as purebred dogs in Karachi Police said the suspect paints over the puppies and puts up for sale photos online The police registered a case against the suspect on the complaint of Riazuddin. Following his arrest, the accused told the police he and his accomplices would catch strays from the streets and paint over them to change their appearance to pass them of as ?high quality? dogs. They put the photos up online after which people contacted them and they would deliver the dogs at their doorsteps, he explained further, according to the police.
  24. The United States hopes Arab countries involved in a diplomatic split with Qatar will soon present Doha a list of "reasonable and actionable" demands to move the crisis toward a resolution, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday. Tillerson's comments came in a short statement a day after the State Department bluntly questioned the motives of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in announcing their boycott of Qatar on June 5, saying it was "mystified" the Gulf states had not released their grievances. It was Washington's strongest language yet on a dispute that erupted after the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic ties and transport links to isolate Qatar. The Arab countries accuse Qatar of funding terrorism, fomenting regional instability or cosying up to their enemy Iran. Qatar has denied the accusations. "We understand a list of demands has been prepared and coordinated by the Saudis, Emiratis, Egyptians and Bahrainis," the Tillerson statement said. "We hope the list ... will soon be presented to Qatar and will be reasonable and actionable." Tillerson also said the United States backs a Kuwaiti mediation effort aimed at resolving the crisis. Asked about the Qatar issue at a later news conference, Tillerson said the United States wanted to achieve unity among the Gulf Cooperation Council countries so that they can focus on the fight against Daesh militants across the region. "Our role has been to encourage the parties to get their issues on the table, clearly articulated, so that those issues can be addressed and some resolution process can get under way to bring this to a conclusion," Tillerson said. Qatar hosts a vital US military base, Al Udeid, to which more than 11,000 US and coalition forces are deployed or assigned and from which more than 100 aircraft operate. US President Donald Trump has taken a tough stance on Qatar, accusing it of being a "high level" sponsor of terrorism, but he has also offered help to the parties in the dispute to resolve their differences.
  25. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has submitted documents detailing trail of money sent by his ex-wife, Jemima Goldsmith, to purchase land for his Bani Gala residence in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Supreme Court has been hearing a petition filed by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi regarding ?foreign funding? of the PTI and served notices to Imran Khan and his party in May, over issues relating to money trail surrounding purchase of the PTI chief?s estate in Bani Gala. The apex court had asked 14 questions from the PTI chairman regarding purchase of Bani Gala land and an offshore firm he owned. This had prompted Imran to contact his ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith, asking for the record of bank transactions for the purchase of land. SC asks 14 questions from Imran on Bani Gala land purchase, offshore firm How was land in Bani Gala purchased before Jemima transferred amount for it from London, the SC inquires Imran phones Jemima for record of Bani Gala land funds transfer Jemima assures of providing record to Imran's counsels as soon as she receives it from bank However, the PTI chairman, through his lawyer, on Wednesday requested the court to keep the Jemima's bank accounts and other details with itself and not make them public. He also attached his former wife's Luxembourg Bank letters to the details submitted in the apex court. According to the documents, Jemima transferred $275,678 and $217,000 in Rashid Khan's account on July 29 and April 8, 2002, respectively. The documents stated that Jemima's account details establish transfer of $258,333, while she deposited another $100000 on January 22, 2003. However, this could not be confirmed as to which bank she transferred $100,000.