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  1. RAWALPINDI: A civilian was martyred and three others injured when Indian forces opened unprovoked fire at a village in Nakyal sector, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Saturday. According to the ISPR, a civilian identified as Mohammad Farooq was martyred in the firing. The injured were transferred to Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Nakyal. Pakistan Army, in retaliatory fire, targetted Indian posts, the ISPR statement added. Less than 24 hours ago, unprovoked cross-border firing by Indian forces claimed life of a 19-year-old civilian, who was working at a crush plant in Titri when he was martyred by the Indian troops. Indian forces martyr civilian in unprovoked cross-border firing: ISPR Pakistan Army targets Indian post in retaliation: ISPR Earlier this week on Monday, Indian firing along the Line of Control killed an eight-year-old boy in Jajot village. Pakistan Army's retaliatory action killed two Indian soldiers, the ISPR said. On February 15, Indian forces deployed along the Line of Control targetted a school van and martyred its driver in the Battal sector. Skirmishes along the Line of Control have seen an increase after the right-wing government of Narendra Modi took power in India. In 2018, Indian forces carried out more than 150 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary in less than a month. In 2017, Indian forces committed more than 1900 ceasefire violations.
  2. Six teams, more international stars and hopes that PSL can be staged entirely in Pakistan from 2019 KARACHI: The Pakistan Super League launches its third edition in Dubai on Thursday, adding a sixth team, more international stars and with hopes that the Twenty20 tournament can be staged entirely on home soil from 2019. The new Multan Sultans and the confirmation of a slew of international greats such as Shane Watson and Brendon McCullum has given a lift to fans eager to forget last-year´s spot-fixing scandal. And the decision to stage the three final matches of the PSL at home, in Lahore and Karachi, could pave the way for the entire tournament to be staged in Pakistan next year. The Sultans, bought by the Schon Group for $5.2 million -- twice the price tag of the previous most expensive team in the franchise, the Karachi Kings -- are coached by legendary Pakistani paceman Wasim Akram and skippered by Shoaib Malik. They will take on defending champions Peshawar Zalmi in the opening match in Dubai Thursday, after a rousing opening ceremony set to include a performance by US rapper Jason Derulo. Pakistan has staged its international fixtures in the United Arab Emirates in recent years. But a dramatic improvement in security saw officials stage the PSL final in Lahore last year, its biggest match in nearly a decade, a move which boosted hopes the cricket-obsessed country could become an international venue once more. This year two of the three play-offs are planned for Lahore, with the final due at the National Stadium in Karachi on March 25. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi said he hopes that in 2019 the entire tournament will be played at home. "That will pave the way for a full series in Pakistan by a top team," Sethi told AFP, speaking from Dubai ahead of the tournament. "We are very satisfied that PSL has become an international brand in two years." Busy schedules mean top foreign players such as England´s Eoin Morgan, Alex Hales and Jason Roy are only available for part of the tournament as are Bangladesh´s Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmuddullah Riyadh. But the presence of stars like Australia´s Watson and Chris Lynn, the West Indies´ Sunil Narine, Andre Russell, Samuel Badree, Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard, and New Zealand´s McCullum and Luke Ronchi will lift interest. Karachi back in the fray Wasim stressed that officials are also eager to seek new talent from Pakistan. "We found Shadab Khan, Fakhar Zaman and Hasan Ali from the first two editions of the PSL so the main aim is to hone the talent of local players," he told AFP. One of the most exciting new players on show will be lanky fast bowler Salman Irshad, who is set to become the first player from Kashmir. Another fast bowler, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and batsman Sahibzada Farhan -- both from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province -- will also be on the radar. Along with early teething problems, the league was rocked by a spot-fixing scandal last year which ended in five-year bans on Islamabad United openers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif. "We are working with the Anti-Corruption and Safety Unit of the International Cricket Council to make sure that strong measures are in place to stop fixing," said Sethi. Also on a trial will be Karachi, the sprawling port megacity set to host the final. Cannot wait to lift PSL trophy in Karachi: Sammy 'Pakistanis love me, and I love them back' Karachi is rolling out head-of-state level security to stage its first high profile match in nine years. The last international fixture played at the National Stadium was between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in February 2009, just one week before a fateful match in Lahore, where militants attacked the Sri Lankan team bus. The assault left eight people killed and seven visiting players injured, and became the incident which drove international cricket from the country. But four T20 internationals -- three against a World XI comprising of players from seven countries, and one against Sri Lanka -- held following the PSL final last year have helped restore confidence.
  3. File Photo LAHORE: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) arrested three alleged terrorists Tuesday night following a search operation carried out here in the city's Mughalpura area, a spokesperson for the force said. The three alleged terrorists are said to be part of Daesh, a militant outfit banned in Pakistan, the spokesperson noted. Explosive materials, weapons, and devices were also recovered from the detained suspects, the CTD official added.
  4. JAMPUR: Four persons were killed and three others injured when a van collided with a trailer near the Jampur by-pass on Sunday, rescue sources said. The injured were rushed to the Tehsil Hospital Jampur, Geo News reported. At least eleven people were killed, including nine women and a child, in an accident on Tando Muhammad Khan road near Husri on Monday. A dumper truck had crushed a Suzuki van carrying members of a private company that distributes ration among rural areas of Sindh.
  5. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/64cf75973bf280a6f6d9ff6dc76859df.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8xNy8yMDE4IDg6NDE6MzEgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1pRXFab21sQnNXZjJoSlZTR1JBMzJRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] RAWALPINDI: Security forces killed three terrorists during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in Dera Ghazi Khan, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Saturday. Ammunition recovered during the IBO Punjab Rangers, along with Elite Police and Intelligence Agencies, conducted the IBO under Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, killing three terrorists in exchange of fire and recovering ammunition from the site, according to the ISPR. Two Rangers soldiers were injured in the operation, the statement said. Prepared IED, rocket launcher, AK-47, grenades and ammunition were recovered during the operation.
  6. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus At least three people died and 50 were wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, local media reported, with dozens of police and emergency officials surrounding the building while students fled. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland ? about 72 kilometres (45 miles) north of Miami ? had been placed on a ?code red? lockdown but had no information on victims, a spokeswoman for the county sheriff?s office said. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus The sheriff?s office said on Twitter that the shooter was still at large. Florida?s WSVN-TV reported at least 20 people were injured. Live television showed dozens of students running and walking away from the school, weaving their way between large numbers of emergency vehicles including police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks. Image Courtesy: CNN/Screenshot Others, in the television images, were being led out of the school by heavily-armed police officers and an armoured vehicle filled with a SWAT team arriving at the scene. One injured victim was seen being placed into an ambulance on a stretcher. Local FOX-10 TV reported that five people were seen being treated by paramedics.
  7. RAWALPINDI: Three civilians were wounded on Sunday when Indian Security Forces resorted to unprovoked firing across the Line of Control, said the Inter-Services Public Relations. The Army?s media cell said that firing targeted civilian population in Battal, Hot Spring and Khuiratta sectors. Three civilians include two women, 24-year-old Saba Azad and 36-year-old Nagina Aqsad, who got injured, according to the ISPR statement. Pakistan Army effectively responded to Indian ceasefire violations and targeted the posts which initiated unprovoked firing, causing substantial damage, said the ISPR. Last week, a civilian was martyred and two children were injured after Indian security forces opened unprovoked fire in Nezapir and Rawalkot sectors. In 2018, Indian forces carried out more than 150 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary in just 20 days, resulting in the martyrdom of nine innocent civilians, while injuring 40 others. In 2017, Indian forces committed more than 1900 ceasefire violations.
  8. WASHINGTON: The US Treasury on Friday placed three men it said were part of Daesh's global financial network on its sanctions blacklist, as it seeks to shut down the flow of funds to the group. The Treasury said Abdulpatta Escalon Abubakar of the Philippines, Yunus Emre Sakarya of Turkey, and Mohamed Mire Ali Yusuf of Somalia all provided financial, material or technological support for Daesh. Abubakar is alleged to have been instrumental in getting funds to the Daesh network in the Philippines in 2016 and 2017, handling transfers from Daesh outside the country. He also helped the group obtain weapons and explosives, the Treasury said. Abubakar was arrested by Filipino authorities last September after he flew into Manila from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The Treasury said Sakarya supplied Daesh with materials for drones from his Turkey-based company, Profesyoneller Elektronik. The company handled some $500,000 worth of orders for unmanned aerial vehicles and related equipment in 2016, it said. Mire Ali livestock trading business Liibaan Trading "served as a front for Daesh-aligned groups in the Bari region of Somalia," the Treasury said.
  9. FO Spokesperson Mohammad Faisal. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) said on Friday that it is aiming to bring back bodies of 12 Pakistanis, who drowned when a boat carrying migrants capsized off the coast of Zuwara, Libya in the early hours of February 2, in the next three days. Speaking at the weekly press briefing, FO Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said that an emergency cell has been constituted in Libya for assistance in this regard, and the required funds have also been dispatched to the Pakistani embassy there. Meanwhile, Federal Investigation Agency disclosed that as many as 28 Pakistani nationals were kidnapped after the incident. Boat tragedy: FIA confirms 28 Pakistanis confined in Libya Some of the Pakistani nationals are in contact with their families, says agency "It has been learnt that 28 more Pakistanis are confined in Libya in a safe house in Zawiya district," said the FIA report. The agency further stated that some of the Pakistani nationals are in contact with their families. The report by FIA also requests the concerned quarters to rescue the Pakistanis and save them from further unfortunate events. An embassy official earlier said victims are mostly from Gujrat in northern Pakistan. Libya is the main gateway for migrants trying to cross to Europe by sea, though numbers have dropped sharply since July as Libyan factions and authorities - under pressure from Italy and the European Union - have begun to block departures. Zuwara was a top departure point until a local backlash against smuggling in 2015. So far this year, just over 3,500 migrants are recorded to have crossed from Libya to Italy, about 60 percent fewer than during the same period last year, according to the Italian Interior Ministry. Pakistanis are the third largest national group, after Eritreans and Tunisians. Pakistanis resident in Libya for decades, many working in the gold business, have tried to leave because of the collapse in the value of the Libyan dinar and a severe liquidity crisis. Others have found their way to Libya through smuggling networks.
  10. US film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives to attend the presentation of the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2014 collection during London Fashion Week, London, Britain, February 17, 2014. REUTERS/Olivia Harris/Files LOS ANGELES: Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing three accusations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein, a step toward possible criminal charges for the movie producer, a spokesman for the county District Attorney?s office said on Thursday. Los Angeles is one of three cities ? along with New York and London ? where police are investigating claims against the co-founder of the studio Miramax, who was one of the most influential men in Hollywood before more than 70 women accused him of sexual misconduct, including rape. Weinstein, 65, has denied non-consensual *** with anyone and Reuters has not been able to independently confirm the allegations. ?Three cases were presented to our office on Feb. 1 by the Los Angeles Police Department regarding Mr. Weinstein and are under review,? Greg Risling, a spokesman for the Los Angeles District Attorney?s Office, said in a statement. A spokeswoman for Weinstein did not immediately respond to requests for comment and an attorney for the producer could not immediately be reached for comment. Representatives for the Los Angeles Police Department declined immediate comment on the three cases cited by the District Attorney?s Office. Since last October hundreds of women have accused powerful men in business, politics and entertainment of *** abuse, joining the #MeToo social media movement that has shone a light on sexual misconduct across the United States. Los Angeles police in October said they were investigating a 2013 allegation of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein. The following month, Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey said she had assigned some veteran *** crime prosecutors to a task force to look into allegations of sexual assault in Hollywood. The cases involving Weinstein have been forwarded to that task force, Risling said in an email. The New York Times in October reported on allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein, before the Los Angeles Police Department revealed its investigation. That led the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group behind the Oscar awards, to expel Weinstein. Weinstein?s studio, Miramax, was behind such projects as the 1994 film ?Pulp Fiction? and the ?Project Runway? television series.
  11. Whether you're trekking in the hills, walking your dog, or grabbing beers down a few blocks — men like Ajay Devgn will also cross your path. These male species that come with a great recall value are humble, relatable, supremely friendly and most importantly, dress like your everyday dudes. They may or may not have a beautiful wife by their side, but that's completely beside the point here. Point being, for years, actor Ajay Devgn has stood for fashion for the masses. He may not be 'quirky', eccentric in any way or headlining the best-dressed lists, but what he knows (and knows best) is the trick to dress like a real 'man'. In classic shirts, slim-fit jeans and must-have footwear styles (albeit with his guns), Devgn has always been the epitome of the Indian 'mard'. Having said that, for a recent promotional event for the movie 'Raid', we snapped him in three never-seen-before pieces. To be frank, while they weren't too strange to the eye, too ordinary or very experimental, their details stood out the most for us. Let's begin with the black shirt first: © Viral Bhayani First off, let's establish: it's not a dirty shirt; it has seen the light of a washing machine in the past. In fact, what's making you think of it as a laundry-less piece of apparel, is the treatment the retail brand has given to the shirt. In all probability, it's either splattered with paint (but faded with harsh machine washes) or it has undergone an application of tools like a stone, metal etc. Or is it a print? We can only wonder. Now let's discuss the nuances of his jeans: © Viral Bhayani While the base is simple (it's a pair of jeans), we're not quite sure of where the cargo-pockets have emerged from. Clearly, they're the remains off a pair of cargo pants and flag-bearers of the brand's design aesthetic. However, all in all, we're not quite sure of how the detail is working for the pair. For #3, Devgn's choice of footwear: © Viral Bhayani If one goes by the line of sight, this shoe is a hybrid of Chukka boots, featuring a moccasin-like front. Only difference? The front is so twisted, that you can hardly figure what's happening here. Plus, we're not sure of its versatility across style categories. You can neither wear it to work, nor pair with your summer shorts. But again, not everything's produced to please the style gods. © Viral Bhayani Unfortunately, we're going to sign off with mixed feelings here. But on the fortunate front, we're glad to have Ajay Devgn back in the public light.
  12. Taliban militants in Wardak Province, west of Kabul. The three blacklisted Pakistanis were involved in providing financial and logistical support to Pakistan and Afghanistan-based extremist groups, the US Treasury said WASHINGTON: The United States has named three Pakistanis as key "terrorist facilitators", saying they worked closely with a well-known backer of Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Taliban known as Shaykh Aminullah. The US Treasury placed Rahman Zeb Faqir Muhammad, Hizb Ullah Astam Khan, and Dilawar Khan Nadir Khan on its blacklist of "Specially Designated Global Terrorists," in an effort to disrupt the group´s ability to obtain and distribute financing. All three were tied to Shaykh Aminullah, who has been on international terror blacklists since 2009. US officials allege that Shaykh Aminullah turned the Ganj seminary, a boys school in Peshawar, into a training and recruiting base by Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and Lashkar-e-Taiba. The three men were involved in providing financial and logistical support, explosives, and technological aid to the three Pakistan and Afghanistan-based extremist groups, the Treasury said. Rahman Zeb, it said, has been in charge of raising funds and materials for Lashkar-e-Taiba in the Gulf region, and helped Shaykh Aminullah travel to the Gulf in 2014. Hizb Ullah was involved in Shaykh Aminullah´s seminary and helped him on various trips to the Gulf. Dilawar, meanwhile, was a close assistant to Shaykh Aminullah, arranging his travel around Pakistan and handling his correspondence and financial transactions. "Treasury continues to aggressively pursue and expose radicals who support terrorist organizations and run illicit financial networks across South Asia," said Sigal Mandelker, Treasury Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence. Last month, the United States imposed sanctions on six men said to be linked to the Afghan Taliban and the 'Haqqani Network', less than a month after US President Donald Trump ordered cuts in security aid to Pakistan over its alleged failure to crack down on terrorists. US slaps sanctions on six men linked to Afghan Taliban, Haqqani Network US Treasury Dept says Pakistani govt must work with us to deny Taliban and Haqqani Network sanctuary and to aggressively target their terrorist fundraising Four of the individuals ? Abdul Samad Sani, Abdul Qadeer Basir Abdul Baseer, Hafiz Mohammed Popalzai, and Maulawi Inayatullah ? were designated for acting on behalf of the Taliban, while the remaining two ? Faqir Muhammad and Gula Khan Hamidi ? were sanctioned for acting on behalf of the Haqqani Network, the US Treasury Department stated.
  13. Turkish forces in Syria- AFP/File ANKARA: Three more Turkish soldiers were killed Saturday in Turkey's offensive against Kurdish militia inside Syria, including one in an attack on a tank, the army said. The latest clashes brought to 10 the number of Turkish troops killed so far in operation "Olive Branch", launched by Turkey on January 20 against Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia seen by Ankara as a terror group. The Turkish army and allied Ankara-backed Syrian rebel forces are seeking to oust the YPG from its western border stronghold of Afrin but the operation so far has been marked by fierce clashes. The army said that one of the soldiers was killed in a clash and another on the border area, without giving further details. In a separate statement, it added a Turkish army tank had been hit in another attack, killing one serviceman and wounding another. In retaliation, Turkish warplanes carried out air strikes on the area from where the attack was carried out, destroying shelters and munitions dumps, it added. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday the Turkish army and Ankara-backed rebels had suffered 25 fatalities between them in the operation so far. Meanwhile, seven civilians have been killed in mortar fire on the Turkish side of the border that Ankara blames on the YPG. Ankara says that major progress has been made in the operation, with hundreds of YPG fighters killed so far although it is not possible to verify these figures. Erdogan said in a speech Saturday that the Turkish forces were beginning to take mountain positions and would now head towards Afrin itself. "There is not much to go," he said. Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin meanwhile told journalists in Istanbul that the operation was going as planned but there was no timetable for its duration and it would "continue until we clear all those areas." But analysts and monitors say Turkey so far has taken control of limited clumps of territory around the border without yet approaching near Afrin town. Turkey says the YPG is an offshoot of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers´ Party (PKK) which has waged a three-decade insurgency against the Turkish state. But the YPG has been working closely with the United States to fight Daesh in Syria. The offensive by Washington's fellow NATO member Ankara on a US-allied force has even raised fears of a military confrontation between two alliance powers.
  14. he Peshawar High Court ordered the DIG Headquarters Sher Alam Khan to arrest within three weeks the prime suspect involved in stripping and parading a 16-year-old in Dera Ismail Khan. Photo: file PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court ordered the DIG Headquarters Sher Alam Khan to arrest within three weeks the prime suspect involved in stripping and parading a 16-year-old in Dera Ismail Khan. A two-member bench, comprising PHC Chief Justice Yahya Afridi and Justice Qalandar Ali Khan, heard the case on Thursday. DIG Headquarters Sher Alam Khan appeared before the court on Thursday and submitted an investigation report to the court. The DIG told the court that eight suspects in the case have been arrested so far. The chief justice expressed his anger at the police?s inability to arrest the prime suspect. IG KP submits DI Khan assault report to PHC The court hands over investigations to its human rights cell, directs it to present report every two weeks While referring to the DIG, the CJ remarked: ?Why hasn't the primary suspect been arrested yet? What problems are you facing in the arrest?? The chief justice observed: ?If you want help from someone, let the court know. The court will help you.? The bench then questioned the DIG: ?When will the prime suspect be arrested?? Responding to this, DIG Khan said: ?Efforts are under way to arrest prime suspect Sajawal.? The court then directed the DIG to arrest Sajawal in three weeks. The CJ also questioned the DIG pertaining to the video of the incident. The survivor of the attack had alleged that perpetrators had shot a video of the assault. ?What happened to the video, did you get the copy or not,? the chief justice asked. To this, the DIG said: ?We have gotten the report of seven mobile sets but have yet to find the video.? The court ordered the DIG to present a complete report of the incident by the next hearing. The hearing has been adjourned till February 22. Teenager stripped, paraded in DI Khan The incident occurred on October 27, when the girl was returning home after fetching water. She said some men surrounded her then tore off her clothes. They then made her walk in the area for nearly an hour, she added. Teenager stripped, paraded as punishment for her brother?s conduct in DI Khan KP CM Pervaiz Khattak ordered IGP to take the culprits to task No one in the area came to rescue her as, according to the witnesses, they were scared. Locals said the survivor was punished for her brother Sajjad, who was in a relationship with a girl from the village. The girl was 'avenged' despite a panchayat (village council) settling the matter. The panchayat had fined Sajjad?s family with Rs0.25 million to resolve the matter, even the tehsil nazim was part of the decision-making then.
  15. ISLAMABAD: The government on Tuesday extended an agreement with India for the rail link between the two countries originating from Pakistan's southern border. The two nations extended the agreement for three years and the agreement will now last until January 31, 2021. The rail link extends from Khokhrapar in Pakistan to Munabao in India. Pakistan and India signed the agreement in 2006 to facilitate people to people contacts, which Pakistan believes is essential for improving relations between the two countries, said a statement released.
  16. MULTAN: As many as three patients under treatment for seasonal influenza at Nishtar Hospital, including two women, passed away here on Tuesday, taking the total death toll from the disease in the past month-and-a-half to at least 38. The deceased hail from Multan, Khanewal and Layyah. Influenza fatalities continue as three more die in Multan Around 35 people have died of seasonal influenza in Multan in the past six weeks Earlier, health department spokesperson Dr Attaur Rehman informed Geo News that 242 cases of seasonal influenza have been reported and presence of H1N1 virus has been confirmed in 120 individuals. Seasonal influenza can spread through contact with bacteria discharged by an infected person's coughing and sneezing. Pregnant women, senior citizens, and children are susceptible to the disease.
  17. A border post in Kashmir. Photo: File RAWALPINDI: Three civilians were injured after Indian forces opened unprovoked fire across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, the Pakistan Army said on Sunday. According to a statement by the Inter Services Public Relations, "Indian troops resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations in Khuiratta, Kotli and Battal in Rawalakot". The army said three citizens, including two women, were injured due to the Indian firing. "Pakistan Army troops effectively responded to Indian posts from where the firing was initiated," the statement added. FO summons Indian diplomat after two killed in Indian firing across LoC Latest ceasefire violation in Nikial Sector resulted in martyrdom of innocent man and woman Last Sunday, the Foreign Office had informed of an Indian ceasefire violation across the LoC in Nikial Sector on Jan 20-21. A man and a woman, both villagers, were said to have been martyred in the incident and three, including a six-month-old, injured. The Foreign Ministry had summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner that day to record a protest. On January 22, at a visit to the LoC and Working Boundary in Khuiratta and Ratta Arayan sectors, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa said Indian aggression or any misadventure will always get a befitting response. Indian aggression, misadventure will always get befitting response: COAS The COAS visited the Line of Control and Working Boundary in Khuiratta and Ratta Arayan sectors ?Our commitment to abide by the ceasefire agreement of 2003 should never be misconstrued as response limitation,? the ISPR quoted the COAS as saying during his visit. In 2018, Indian forces carried out more than 150 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary in just 20 days, resulting in the martyrdom of nine innocent civilians, while injuring 40 others. In 2017, Indian forces committed more than 1900 ceasefire violations.
  18. Members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards march during a military parade to commemorate the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war in Tehran, Iran, September 22, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl/Files TEHRAN: Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards force said three of its soldiers were killed and 16 Daesh militants arrested in clashes Saturday in the south of the country. Its Sepahnews website, citing General Mohammad Pakpour ? the head of the Guards' land forces ? said, "16 members of the terrorist group were arrested and several of them killed", as well as three Guards in the clashes in Fars province. "The terrorists wanted to carry out attacks on border towns and in the centre of the country," he said. Sepahnews reported earlier that the Daesh militants had infiltrated from western Iran's border with Iraq. Iran is one of the main international backers of the Syrian regime and has sent military advisers and thousands of "volunteers" to battle Daesh in both Syria and Iraq. Last June, Daesh claimed responsibility for two attacks on Iran's parliament and the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini that killed 17 people and wounded dozens. Iran has since tracked down and killed several suspected extremists, and, over the past few months, authorities have announced the arrest of dozens of Daesh suspects in several regions.
  19. A view of a strike in Indian occupied Kashmir in 2016. Photo: Reuters/File SRINAGAR: A complete strike is being observed in the Shopian and Pulwama districts of Indian occupied Kashmir in protest against the killing of three innocent youths by Indian forces on Wednesday. All shops and business establishments are closed while traffic is off the road in the two districts, the Kashmir Media Service reported. Sameer Ahmad Wani and Firdous Ahmad were martyred by Indian troops during a siege and search operation in Chaigund, Shopian district. Teenager Shakir Ahmad Mir, who belonged to Pulwama district, was martyred after a bullet hit him during protests against the Indian army operation in the area last night. However, the Indian army claimed that the youth were mujahideen and killed during an encounter with troops. Meanwhile, Hurriyet leaders said that India had no moral or constitutional right to celebrate Republic Day in Jammu and Kashmir as it had occupied the territory against the will of Kashmiri people. They urged the Kashmiris to completely boycott the official functions on Friday, when the day is observed by India, to convey a message to New Delhi that they reject its illegal occupation.
  20. Nishtar Hospital, Multan, where most of the patients are being treated. Photo: Geo News MULTAN: Three more patients at Nishar Hospital succumbed to seasonal influenza in Multan on Thursday, taking the total death toll from the disease in the past month-and-a-half to 35. Health department spokesperson Dr Attaur Rehman said the three deceased hailed from Khanewal and were under treatment at the hospital?s intensive care unit. He identified the deceased as 45-year-old Amir Furqan, 40-year-old Nasir and 50-yea-rold Daulat Bibi. Dr Rehman informed that at present, 12 patients are under treatment for influenza at Nishtar Hospital. Seasonal influenza claims four lives in Multan At least 22 people have been diagnosed with the disease that has claimed eight lives in December He added that in the last six weeks, 242 cases have been reported and presence of H1N1 virus has been confirmed in 120 individuals. Seasonal influenza can spread through contact with the bacteria discharged by an infected person's coughing and sneezing. Pregnant women, senior citizens, and children are susceptible to the disease.
  21. Nadal retired early in the fifth set of his Australian Open quarterfinal match with Marin Cilic MELBOURNE: World number one Rafael Nadal faces three weeks out after being diagnosed with a torn inner hip muscle during his Australian Open quarter-final defeat, his management said Wednesday. The 16-time Grand Slam champion had a scan in a Melbourne hospital after he retired early in the fifth set of his match with Croatia´s Marin Cilic on Tuesday. "The MRI (scan) showed a grade one injury of his illiopsoas on his right leg," his management said in a statement. "He will be resting over the next days once back in Spain and will start with anti-inflammatory physiotherapy. "He will start his rehabilitation and pre-adaptation process to the tennis court in two weeks, starting progressively his training and practice." The Nadal team said the Spanish star was expected to be fully recovered in three weeks and could resume playing in Acapulco late next month. "Three weeks is the normal time to totally recover and he will resume his tennis schedule as planned, playing Acapulco, Indian Wells and Miami," the statement said. Cilic reaches semi-finals after Nadal retires hurt Sixth seed Cilic will meet Briton Kyle Edmund for a place in the final The Spaniard was forced to withdraw when trailing Marin Cilic 0-2 in the fifth set and called on tour organisers to do more to halt injuries to top players. His comments followed the withdrawals of Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori before the tournament started and Novak Djokovic struggling ahead of his exit on Monday. "Somebody who is running the tour should think a little bit about what´s going on. Too many people are getting injured," Nadal said. "I don´t know if they think a little bit about the health of the players. I don´t know if we keep playing on these very hard surfaces what´s going to happen in the future with our lives." It was the second time Nadal had been forced to pull out with injury in Melbourne after calling it quits in the third set of his 2010 quarter-final against Andy Murray with a knee problem.
  22. Larry Nassar ? a former team USA Gymnastics doctor who pleaded guilty in November 2017 to sexual assault charges ? sits in the courtroom during his sentencing hearing in Lansing, Michigan, US, January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Three USA Gymnastics board members resigned on Monday in the wake of its former team physician sexually abusing female gymnasts, a step the organization said would support its reform efforts. USA Gymnastics has been criticized by several of the sport?s top gymnasts during the sentencing hearing of former team doctor Larry Nassar who pleaded guilty in November to 10 counts of molesting female gymnasts. About 160 victims were expected to make statements in Ingham County Circuit Court in Lansing, Michigan. The resignations include the board chairman Paul Parilla, vice chairman Jay Binder, and treasurer Bitsy Kelley, who comprise the gymnastics governing body?s executive leadership team, USA Gymnastics said in a statement. ?We believe this step will allow us to more effectively move forward in implementing change within our organization,? the body said. ?We remain focused on working every day to ensure that our culture, policies and actions reflect our commitment to those we serve,? it said. Prosecutors have asked for a sentence of 40 to 125 years for Nassar, 54, who was also a prominent physician at a Michigan State University sports clinic. Nassar is already serving a 60-year sentence in federal prison on child pornography convictions. On Thursday, USA Gymnastics terminated its agreement with the Karolyi Ranch in Huntsville, Texas, where a number of top gymnasts said they were victims of Nassar?s sexual abuse. The facility had been used for regular training camps. Last March, USA Gymnastics President and Chief Executive Steve Penny resigned as the organization was criticized for how it handled complaints about Nassar. On Friday, Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman blasted US gymnastics officials for failing to protect her and other women from years of sexual abuse, calling the governing body ?rotten from the inside.? Raisman ? the co-captain of the US women?s gymnastics squad at the 2012 London and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games ? called for an independent investigation into US gymnastics and Olympic officials who she said had the power to stop Nassar. ?It?s clear now that if we leave it up to these organizations, history is likely to repeat itself,? Raisman, 23, said, referring to USA Gymnastics and the US Olympic Committee. USA Gymnastics also said in the Monday statement it will work to promote athlete safety and prevent future abuse by adopting and enforcing its new ?safe sport? policy that more clearly defines misconduct and prevents inappropriate interaction.
  23. Members of a Thai army explosive ordinance disposal team walk toward the site where a motorcycle bomb killed three civilians and injured others at a market in Yala in Thailand´s insurgency-hit south on January 22, 2018 / AFP BANGKOK: motorcycle bomb exploded in a market in Thailand?s southern Yala province on Monday, killing three people and wounding 22, a spokesman for the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) said, the first such attack in the region in months. The mostly Muslim provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala in Thailand?s far south are home to a long-running insurgency by ethnic Malay fighting for autonomy in which more than 6,000 people have been killed since 2004. ?The criminals put a bomb in a motorcycle and placed it next to a market cart. The force of the explosion caused three people to lose their lives,? said ISOC spokesman Pramote Prom-in. The ISOC is a government security force that operates in the region. No group claimed immediate responsibility for the attack on Monday, which took place at a morning market. Police said the motorcycle was placed near a stall selling pork. It was not immediately clear whether the bomb was placed at the pork stall in a deliberate attempt to target Thai Buddhists. The stall?s female owner and a male customer were among the three people killed, police said. The bomb blew off chunks of the market?s corrugated tin roof and wrecked nearby stalls. The southern provinces have seen hundreds of attacks since 2004, many of them deadly, but there had been fewer violent incidents of late. Analysts who monitor the conflict say violence from the insurgency fell to an historic low in 2017 despite the fact that talks aimed at bringing peace gained little traction. Thailand?s military government has tried to revive talks with rebel groups initiated by the previous civilian government, but they have gone almost nowhere. Resistance to Buddhist rule from Bangkok has existed for decades in the southern provinces, waning briefly in the 1990s before resurfacing violently in 2004.
  24. 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards Show in Los Angeles, California, US. Frances McDormand (at microphone) celebrates while accompanied by the rest of the cast after they were presented the award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Photo: REUTERS Dark comedy Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won three prizes at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards on Sunday in a ceremony marked by women and their stories amid the sexual misconduct scandal that has swept Hollywood. The Fox Searchlight film about a furious woman seeking justice for the murder of her daughter was named best ensemble, the top SAG honour. Frances McDormand won best actress and Sam Rockwell took home the best supporting actor statuette for their roles in the film. Britain´s Gary Oldman won best actor for playing wartime leader Winston Churchill in Focus Features´ Darkest Hour. Allison Janney won for her supporting actress role as a demanding mother in an independent ice-skating movie I, Tonya. The SAG awards are indicators of likely Oscar success in March because actors form the largest group of voters in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Oscar nominations will be announced on Tuesday. The SAG ceremony took place after two days of marches by hundreds of thousands of women throughout the United States. Host Kristen Bell said women were having a "watershed moment." "Let´s make sure we lead the charge with empathy and diligence because fear and anger never win the race," said Bell, star of television´s The Good Place. Accusations of sexual misconduct have forced dozens of powerful men in Hollywood to step down, be fired or dropped from creative projects. Women, many of them leading actresses, have responded by breaking their silence through the #MeToo social media movement and the Time's Up campaign for legal support of victims. On the red carpet, women swapped the black gowns that marked support for victims of sexual harassment at the Golden Globes two weeks ago for brighter blues, green and metallic hues. Women were the dominant theme inside the Shrine Auditorium. Nicole Kidman, 50, won for playing a battered wife in HBO´s female-centric TV series Big Little Lies. Nicole Kidman, 50, won for playing a battered wife in HBO´s female-centric TV series Big Little Lies. Photo: REUTERS "How wonderful that our careers today can go beyond 40 years old. Twenty years ago we were pretty washed up at this stage in our lives. This is not the case now," Kidman said. Aziz Ansari, nominated for his Netflix comedy series Master of None, was a no-show on Sunday after making headlines last week when a woman described feeling violated following an awkward date last year. Ansari said he believed their sexual activity was consensual. Ansari lost the television comedy actor statuette to William H Macy for Shameless. James Franco, a best actor nominee for The Disaster Artist, did show up but skipped the red carpet and did not win. Franco had kept a low profile since describing allegations of sexual impropriety against him by five women two weeks ago as "not accurate". In television, NBC´s sentimental family drama This is Us was named the best drama ensemble cast in a surprise win over presumed front-runners The Crown and dystopian series A Handmaid´s Tale. The cast winner of Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for ´This Is Us,´ pose in the press room at the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Exposition Center on January 21, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: AFP1 The cast of HBO political satire Veep won best ensemble for a television comedy. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer and missed the SAG show, was named best comedy actress. "She´s genuinely been in good spirits when we´ve seen her, which I think will carry her along. She is incredibly strong and is uniquely able to combat something like this" Timothy Simons, who plays Jonah Ryan on Veep, told reporters on Sunday.
  25. A motorcycle bomb killed three civilians and wounded 19 others on Monday morning at a market in Thailand´s insurgency-hit south, a policeman said. Photo: file BANGKOK: A motorcycle bomb killed three civilians and wounded 19 others on Monday morning at a market in Thailand´s insurgency-hit south, a policeman said, the first such attack in the Muslim-majority region for months. A rebellion against Thai rule in the culturally distinct Thai "Deep South" bordering Malaysia has left nearly 7,000 dead -- the majority civilians -- since 2004. The death toll in 2017 from the insurgency was the lowest in 13 years of conflict as peace talks edged forwards and the Thai junta boosted its security lockdown on the region. Monday´s bomb at a morning market in Yala town popular with Buddhists and Muslims was the first deadly attack by suspected insurgents on a civilian target in months, suggesting a potential change in tactics. "The suspects parked the motorcycle in front of a stall selling pork in downtown Yala... it detonated 10 minutes later killing three civilians and wounding 19 others," the policeman said, requesting anonymity. "It´s the first big attack in downtown Yala in two years and is quite serious because people died." Thailand, which colonised the ethnically Malay south roughly a century ago, has for decades been confronted by ethnic fighters seeking more autonomy, but the conflict flared up into its bloodiest phase in 2004. Rights groups have accused both the insurgents and security forces of widespread human rights abuses.