Welcome to Funday Urdu Forum

Guest Image

Welcome to Funday Urdu Forum, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be apart of Funday Urdu Forum by signing in or creating an account via default Sign up page or social links such as: Facebook, Twitter or Google.

  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.
  • Upload or Download IPS Community files such as:  Applications, Plugins etc.
  • Upload or Download your Favorite Books, Novels in PDF format. 

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'two'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Help Support
    • Announcement And Help
    • Funday Chatroom
  • Poetry
    • Shair-o-Shaa'eri
    • Famous Poet
  • Islam - اسلام
    • QURAN O TARJUMA قرآن و ترجمہ
    • AHADEES MUBARIK آحدیث مبارک
    • Ramazan ul Mubarik - رمضان المبارک
    • Deen O Duniya - دین و دنیا
  • Other Forums
    • Chitchat and Greetings
    • Urdu Adab
    • Entertainment
    • Common Rooms
  • Music, Movies, and Dramas
    • Movies Song And Tv.Series
  • Science, Arts & Culture
    • Education, Science & Technology
  • IPS Community Suite
    • IPS Community Suite 4.1
    • IPS Download
    • IPS Community Help/Support And Tutorials

Blogs

  • Ishq_janoon_Dewanagi
  • Uzee khan
  • Beauty of Words
  • Tareekhi Waqaiyaat
  • Geo News Blog
  • My BawaRchi_KhaNa
  • Mukaam.e.Moahhabt
  • FDF Members Poetry
  • Sadqy Tmhary
  • FDF Online News
  • Pakistan
  • Dua's Kitchen
  • Raqs e Bismil

Categories

  • Books
    • Urdu Novels
    • Islamic
    • General Books
  • IPS Community Suite 4
    • Applications
    • Plugins
    • Themes
    • Language Packs
    • IPS Extras
  • IPS Community Suite 3.4
    • Applications
    • Hooks/BBCodes
    • Themes/Skins
    • Language Packs
    • Miscellaneous XML Files
  • XenForo
    • Add-ons
    • Styles
    • Language Packs
    • Miscellaneous XML Files
  • Web Scripts
  • PC Softwares

Categories

  • Articles

Categories

  • Records

Calendars

  • Community Calendar
  • Pakistan Holidays

Genres

  • English
  • New Movie Songs
  • Old Movies Songs
  • Single Track
  • Classic
  • Ghazal
  • Pakistani
  • Indian Pop & Remix
  • Romantic
  • Punjabi
  • Qawalli
  • Patriotic
  • Islam

Categories

  • Islam
  • Online Movies
    • English
    • Indian
    • Punjabi
    • Hindi Dubbed
    • Animated - Cartoon
    • Other Movies
    • Pakistani Movies
  • Video Songs
    • Coke Studio
  • Mix Videos
  • Online Live Channels
    • Pakistani Channels
    • Indian Channels
    • Sports Channels
    • English Channels
  • Pakistani Drama Series
    • Zara Yaad ker
    • Besharam (ARY TV series)
  • English Series
    • Quantico Season 1
    • SuperGirl Season 1
    • The Magicians
    • The Shannara Chronicles
    • Game of Thrones

Found 155 results

  1. BAHAWALNAGAR: A man committed suicide on Tuesday after allegedly strangling his daughters in Bahawalpur's area of Darbari, informed local police officials. Police believe that Riaz Ahmed killed his daughters and self following a serious verbal spat with his wife. The law enforcement personnel shifted the bodies to a nearby hospital. Police have started further investigations over the case.
  2. ISLAMABAD: Two air commodores of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) were promoted to the rank of air vice marshal on Tuesday by the government, said a statement released by the PAF. Hamid Rashid Randhawa and Nasser ul Haq Wyne were promoted as air vice marshals Air Vice Marshal Hamid Rashid Randhawa was commissioned as a pilot in the PAF in June 1988. A qualified flying instructor, he has commanded a squadron, a wing and an air base. In his staff appointments, he has served as assistant chief of the air staff (safety) and personal staff officer to the chief of the air staff at Air Headquarters. He is a graduate of the Combat Commanders? School and the National Defence University. He holds a Master?s degree in War Studies. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Vice Marshal Nasser ul Haq Wyne was also commissioned as a pilot in the PAF in June 1988. He is a qualified flying instructor and has commanded the Flying Instructors? School, a squadron, a wing, and an air base. As part of his staff assignments, he has served as the secretary to the chief of the air staff at Air Headquarters. He has also served as air attaché to China. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College and National Defence University. He holds a Master?s degree in Strategic Studies and War Studies and Defence Management. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military).
  3. Army personnel during a search operation. Photo: File CHAMAN: Two alleged suspects were arrested in a search operation in connection with the Quetta suicide blast that killed 15 people and injured at least 40 on Saturday night, security officials said on Sunday. The suspects were shifted to an undisclosed location. Officials informed that a huge cache of weapons and ammunition were also recovered from a house during the search operation. Officials added that 671 personnel mines, 16 IEDs, 67 remotes, 167 antennas, 14 IED electric circuits, more than 100kg explosives, six bundle IED wires, three suicide jackets, 50 electronic detonators, 50 rocket launchers and 25kg ball bearings were hidden in the house. A huge suicide explosion, targeting Pakistan Army personnel in Quetta, reportedly took place in a vehicle, occurred at the Pishin bus stop, causing cars in the surroundings to catch fire soon afterwards. "An attempt to mar independence day festivity. Our resolve won't succumb to any challenge," DG ISPR Major-General Asif Ghafoor posted on Twitter. Army troops reached the site of the incident soon after the attack and cordoned off the area. The injured were shifted to the Combined MIlitary Hospital, some of the injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta and an emergency was declared in hospitals in the vicinity.
  4. LG is all set to announce their new lineup of smartphones at a press event on August 31st. However, new information indicates that there will be two phone that will be announced by the Korean company. LG is expected to showcase the V30 and also the V30 Plus, according to a publication (ETNews), who spoke to a high-ranking official for a mobile network operator. (c) OnLeak Other larger models tend to have a larger displays and are bigger in physical size, however, LG will be offering the V30 Plus with internal upgrades rather than a bigger smartphone. The Plus variant of the phone will offer more internal storage i.e. 128GB instead of 64 GB and have other features like wireless charging. LG has introduced a Plus version with upgraded specs for other models from the company i.e.the LG G6 Plus after the release of the LG G6. The Plus variant of the G6 offered more storage and had other improvements such as better audio quality and Bang & Olufsen headphones. (c) Youtube LG's V series is the company's top of the line phones and it seems like LG will not wait to launch the second variant this time around and instead launch two phones together. According to the report, the V30 is expected to go on sale on September 15th in Korea. What's surprising is that the launch date is the same as the Galaxy Note 8, according to the report. Being the premium devices for the company, the report suggests that the smartphones will not be cheap as the V30 is expected to cost $700 (INR 45,000) and the V30 plus is expected to cost $875 (INR 56,000).
  5. BAJAUR AGENCY: At least two people were killed and 25 injured in a remote-controlled bomb blast which hit the town of Nawagai in Bajaur Agency of FATA on Friday, Geo News reported. The blast occurred in Chahrmang area of Nawagai, sources said. The injured were being taken to Agency Headquarter Hospital at the time of filing of this report. Security forces cordoned off the site of the incident and started a search operation in the area, sources added. This is a developing story
  6. Traffic police officials in Karachi. Photo: File KARACHI: Two officials of the traffic police were martyred in the line of duty in Azizabad on Friday morning. Rescue sources said unidentified attackers opened fire on the official vehicle of Azizabad section officer, killing deputy superintendent of police Hanif and his driver/gunman. The driver was identified as Fida Alam. Traffic police are often targeted in similar attacks in the metropolis. This is a breaking story and will be updated as reports come in.
  7. Eggs are destroyed at a chicken farm in Nadrin, Houffalize, on August 9, 2017. AFP/Belga/Koen Blanckaert BRUSSELS: Dutch investigators arrested two suspects Thursday over Europe's widening tainted egg scandal, as Denmark announced that 20 contaminated tonnes had been sold there. Danish food authorities said boiled and peeled eggs ? imported from a Belgian supplier ? had been found to contain traces of the fipronil insecticide that has seen millions of eggs pulled from supermarket shelves across Europe. The eggs were mostly sold to cafes and caterers, Danish authorities said, stressing that the level of the insecticide in the eggs was too low to pose a health risk to humans. The scandal also spread eastwards on Thursday as a tonne of contaminated egg yolk was found in Romania, and 21 boxes of the tainted eggs were discovered in Slovakia. It also reached Luxembourg, while Britain said it had imported 700,000 eggs from Dutch farms linked to the scandal ? far more than first thought. Sweden and Switzerland have also found contaminated eggs. Fipronil is commonly used to get rid of fleas, lice, and ticks from animals but is banned by the European Union from use in the food industry. When eaten in large quantities it can harm people's kidneys, liver, and thyroid glands. Belgium accuses Netherlands of tainted eggs cover-up The Dutch food and goods watchdog NVWA rejected the claim With questions growing about how the contamination happened and whether consumers have been kept in the dark, pressure has grown on the two countries at the centre of the scandal ? the Netherlands and Belgium. In joint raids with Belgium, Dutch prosecutors said they had arrested "two managers at the company that allegedly used the substance at poultry farms," with Dutch media naming the suspects' firm as Chickfriend. Farmers in the Netherlands ? one of Europe's biggest egg exporters ? and Belgium have previously identified Chickfriend as the company that they hired to treat their chickens to eradicate the parasite red lice. 'Prohibited products' seized Dutch authorities said the raids also focused on a Belgian supplier of fipronil ? named in the media as Poultry-Vision ? and another unidentified Dutch company that allegedly colluded with it. "They are suspected of putting public health in danger by supplying and using fipronil in pens containing egg-laying chickens," prosecutors' spokeswoman Marieke van der Molen said. Belgian investigators meanwhile identified 26 people or companies as suspects during the 11 raids by police and food safety agency officers, for offences including fraud and breaking EU food laws. Investigators seized paperwork, cars, banking details, and fixed assets in both countries. They said they had also seized 6,000 litres of "prohibited products" in Belgium. The joint offensive came despite Belgium earlier accusing the Netherlands of knowing about the problem of fipronil in eggs since November 2016 but failing to inform them until July. The Netherlands denied the charge. Sandwiches off shelves In Britain, four major supermarket chains have withdrawn some products containing eggs over the scandal, including sandwiches and salads, the Food Standards Agency said. Luxembourg said eggs sold in branches of the discount supermarket Aldi had been withdrawn, with one batch containing so much fipronil it was unsafe to be eaten by young children. The eggs at the centre of the scandal have mainly come from the Netherlands, followed by Belgium and Germany. Scores of farms have been shut. Tainted eggs scandal spreads to Britain, France Supermarkets in Europe have pulled millions of eggs from the shelves since Belgium gave the first notification on July 20 As the probe continues into how the contamination happened, a lawyer for Poultry-Vision said the firm sold it to Chickfriend, but it has not said where it got the substance. Dutch eggs in Slovakia Slovak authorities said Thursday they had discovered a batch of insecticide-tainted eggs imported from The Netherlands via Germany as the scandal spread to Romania and Denmark. The country's veterinary inspectors found 21 packages of hard-boiled and peeled eggs that were contaminated with fipronil in a warehouse of the western village of Vrbove, agriculture ministry spokeswoman Zuzana Peiger Acjakova told AFP. Authorities in Slovakia were informed about the shipment of tainted eggs by an EU-wide rapid alert system, Acjakova said. "Freshness is a criterion that consumers should take into account because it determines the quality of the product," Slovak Agriculture Minister Gabriela Matecna said in a statement. "Slovak foodstuffs are under strict control of our veterinary administration from the field to the shelves," she added. 20 tonnes of contaminated eggs sold Twenty tonnes of fipronil-contaminated eggs have been sold in Denmark, the country's Veterinary and Food Administration said on Thursday. "The Danish company Danaeg Products has received a total of 20 tonnes of boiled and peeled eggs from a Belgian supplier. The eggs have mostly been sold to cafeterias, cafes, and catering firms, and have most probably not been sold in Danish retail stores to any large degree," the agency said, adding the eggs posed no risk to human consumption. "Tests analysed in the Netherlands showed traces of fipronil in the eggs, but not at a level harmful to people's health. Because the contents are illegal, Danaeg Products is recalling the eggs from their customers," it added. The administration had earlier this week said Denmark was unaffected by the tainted egg scandal spreading across Europe. "The Veterinary and Food Administration is following the issue closely, and cannot exclude that further examination may uncover more imports of fipronil-tainted eggs or egg products to Denmark," it said.
  8. KABUL: Two Afghan women working for a security firm searching people entering Bagram air base near the Afghan capital Kabul were killed on Wednesday and two others wounded by unknown gunmen, officials said. The four were shot outside the base by two masked gunmen on a motorbike, said Wahida Shahkar, a spokeswoman for the provincial governor of Parwan. "Two of them were killed and two wounded," she said. "The attackers managed to escape the area." There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said he was checking the report. In June, six Afghan guards working at Bagram for a private security contractor were killed while on their way to work in an attack claimed by the Taliban. There was no immediate comment from the U.S. military which runs Bagram, the largest US base in Afghanistan. The number of Afghan personnel working at Bagram was cut sharply last year after a mechanic detonated a suicide vest, killing four Americans and wounding 17 other people.
  9. Guards outside the bank. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: As many as five robbers looted millions of rupees from a private bank in Kharadar Cloth market and managed to flee along with the guards' weapons on Wednesday, in the second bank robbery within two days in the metropolis. According to reports, the robbers entered the bank with their faces covered with masks and helmets. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah expressed displeasure over the bank robbery and demanded an immediate report from Additional IG Karachi. He questioned the police to inform him about the group behind the bank robberies. Shah has also reportedly said why police have chosen to remain silent over the unfortunate developments and questioned what is the intelligence network doing in the city? The chief minister has also demanded security details of all banks and markets in the metropolis. On Tuesday, the branch manager of a private bank was shot dead by robbers in Karachi's Tariq Road vicinity. Abdul Rahim Motiwala, 40, was shot in the head twice after he attempted to stop the four robbers as they left the branch after looting nearly Rs0.65 million rupees in cash, SP Jamshed Town Dr Rizwan said. Robbers used a red car for their getaway, sources told Geo News. Security guards Muhammad Hanif and Ghulam Rasool were taken into custody by law enforcement agencies for further questioning.
  10. A Canadian and a Polish passenger jet clipped wings on the ground at a Toronto airport, causing "serious" damage but no casualties, a spokesman for Air Canada confirmed Sunday. The Polish plane, operated by the LOT airline, was on the tarmac at Pearson International Airport late Saturday when it was struck by an Air Canada plane that was taxiing toward a nearby landing gate, Peter Fitzpatrick, a spokesman for the Canadian company, said in an email. The Air Canada craft, a Boeing 767-300, was carrying 286 passengers from Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Authorities are investigating the incident. Chris Krepski, a spokesman for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, told public network CBC that preliminary information indicated that the Air Canada plane had struck the LOT plane as the Polish aircraft was preparing for takeoff. CBC identified the Polish plane as a Boeing 787; its flight to Warsaw was canceled. An Air Canada Airbus A320 was involved in a potentially catastrophic incident last month at San Francisco International Airport in California, when it came perilously close to landing on a taxiway where several planes were lined up for takeoff. Air controllers urgently redirected the plane and it landed normally.
  11. Time to practice your crane kick. YouTube Red, the online video giant's subscription service, announced Friday a new series based on the cult classic "Karate Kid," with two of film's principal actors reprising their roles as foes. The 1984 original starring Ralph Macchio as Daniel LaRusso, a bullied teen who turns to elderly Japanese-American Mr Miyagi (the late Pat Morita) for mentoring and training, was a worldwide blockbuster that led to three sequels and a 2010 remake starring Jaden Smith. The new series, titled "Cobra Kai" after the fanatical dojo attended by the first film's villains, is set 30 years later and sees Daniel struggling to deal with the loss of Miyagi. His teenage nemesis Johnny Lawrence (played by William Zabka) has held on to a grudge and is determined to restart their rivalry in the ring. The 10-part series will be co-produced by Will Smith's production company. YouTube Red has been seeking to develop original content since its launch in 2015.
  12. File Photo KARACHI: A dead body was discovered late Saturday night here in Sector 36-B, Surjani Town, rescue sources said. The rescue officials added that the body was almost three days old; however, the police are yet to comment on the matter since the deceased has not been identified. Details will be added when more information is available. CTD operation On the other hand, the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) carried out a raid in Saeedabad, Baldia Town, resulting in one suspect being killed and another managing to escape, the department's officials stated. Weapons were recovered from the deceased suspect, CTD officers added. Firing injures two Two people were injured during firing incidents late Saturday night at two localities of the metropolis. One person was wounded when they resisted a robbery attempt in Cantt Bazaar at Drigh Road, rescue sources noted. A woman was injured during a random firing incident near Dawood Chowrangi, Landhi, rescue officers explained. Secret gambling den raided Police raided a gambling den in Leemon Goth late Saturday night, Senior Superintended of Police (SSP)-Malir Rao Anwar said, adding that six suspects were taken into custody in the process. The police officer mentioned that the suspects had set up the secret gambling den at one of their homes.
  13. Pakistan has won two gold medals in South Asian Karate Championship being held in Colombo. With Pakistani player Nargis? gold medal win in the below 68kg category ? Pakistan has bagged two gold medals in the tournament. Earlier, another Pakistani player, Shahbaz Khan claimed gold medal under 61 kg category. Pakistani team has won two gold, four silver and three bronze in the tournament.
  14. SYDNEY: Two international Qantas flights suffered mid-air mechanical problems Friday and had to turn back to Sydney, with one unable to retract wing flaps and another suffering a cracked window pane, the Australian carrier said. Flight QF7 was enroute to Dallas, but the Airbus A380´s captain decided to head back to Sydney after discovering the wing flaps could not be retracted. "(This) means the aircraft can´t fly efficiently. As the Dallas flight is our longest on the network, the captain made the decision to return to Sydney," Qantas said in a statement. The second flight, QF63 to Johannesburg, returned when "a cracked pane of glass on the aircraft windscreen" was found. "An aircraft windscreen is made up of three layers of glass, the outer pane had cracked but did not compromise the integrity of the aircraft," the statement added. "The aircraft was safe to continue to Johannesburg but the captain made the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas´ engineering base in Sydney." Qantas said the Boeing 747-400 landed safely. Replacement flights were being arranged for passengers. Several flights have had to return to Australia in recent months, including an AirAsia Gold Coast to Kuala Lumpur service last month that the carrier said involved a suspected bird strike. In June, a China Eastern plane bound for Shanghai made an emergency landing in Sydney after a huge hole appeared in one of its engine casings.
  15. ESNA: A policeman and a civilian were killed and three people wounded in an attack late on Thursday on a patrol in Esna, south of Luxor, the Interior Ministry said. The police patrol had stopped a vehicle and when stopped, two gunmen fired on the patrol, the ministry said in a statement. One of the perpetrators were arrested while the other fled, the ministry said, adding that the wounded have been transferred to hospital. Attacks on security forces have been common in Egypt since the army, led by general-turned-President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, ousted President Mohamed Mursi in 2013 following mass protests against his rule.
  16. SYDNEY: Australian police said two men have been charged over terror-related offences involving plans to place an improvised explosive device on a passenger jet flight leaving Sydney, and, separately, to build a device to release poisonous gas. Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner National Security Michael Phelan told a media conference on Friday that the men had assistance from Islamic State in Syria over the plot targeting an Etihad Airways flight. The explosive device was taken to Sydney's airport but the plan was aborted and the bomb did not breach airport security, he said. "This is one of the most sophisticated plots that has ever been attempted on Australian soil," Phelan said. "The explosive was a high-end explosive...I don't want to be specific because it's still under examination for the exactness of it, but high military grade explosive." Phelan said in a separate event, the same men attempted to create an improvised chemical device, although he said there was no evidence to suggest that would be used in a plane attack. Police arrested four men last weekend in raids across Australia's biggest city of Sydney. One man has been released while another is being held without charge under special counter-terror laws. Etihad said this week it was assisting police with its investigation.
  17. Festival goers wait all year long for one thing; and one thing, only—music festival season. And for the most part, the season always starts rolling with what has been touted as the happiest music festival in the country. © Bacardi NH7 Weekender Since its inception, the Bacardi NH7 Weekender has featured over 450 artists from India and around the world, across a variety of genres to over 400,000 fans. The festival has evolved to become one of the country's most beloved musical weekends as thousands of fans and discerning music lovers converge for an unforgettable experience. And so, we look forward to the time when the dates for Weekender come knocking on our social media news feeds so that we can kick start the countdown. It's that time again, folks. Bacardi NH7 Weekender has just made two very important announcements. It's the big reveal for the two venues of the festival this season, so far; and the dates for the same. © Bacardi NH7 Weekender In its eighth edition, India's largest multi-genre music festival heads to the gorgeous hills of Meghalaya on October 27-28 and back to the city it calls home, Pune on December 8-10. The 2016 edition witnessed performances by some of the most acclaimed international headliners and stellar names from the Indian music scene, including Steven Wilson, Farhan Akhtar Live, Shankar Mahadevan, José González, Anoushka Shankar, Patrick Watson, The Joy Formidable, Skyharbor, Nucleya, Dualist Inquiry and Thaikkudam Bridge. © Bacardi NH7 Weekender But, that's not all. There's so much more that awaits us in terms of the music festival; as is always the case. Introduced last year with a vision to take the festival experience to more cities than ever before, Bacardí NH7 Weekender Express Editions lineup and dates will be announced soon. The day-long editions offer plenty to look forward to with some of the country's biggest acts. You can log on to the Insider.in website for ticket sales for Meghalaya and Pune. You can look at buying your pre-sale tickets here and keep a look out on our website for all other Weekender—and every other music festival—related content.
  18. An Indian soldier in Srinagar. Photo: Reuters SRINAGAR: Indian troops, in a fresh act of state terrorism, martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Kulgam district of occupied Kashmir on Thursday. The troops killed Aqib Ahmad Itoo and Suhail Ahmed during a cordon and search operation at Gopalpora in Damhal Hanjipora area of the district. Meanwhile, authorities have again suspended mobile internet services in south Kashmir. Two officials of the Indian Army, including Major Kamlesh Pandey, were killed and two other personnel critically injured in an attack at Matribugh Zaipora area in Shopian. Meanwhile, All Parties Hurriyat Conference Chairman Syed Ali Gilani and Hurriyat forum chief Mirwaiz Umar Farooq have expressed grief over the killing of one more youth, Aqeel Ahmad, saying that trigger-happy Indian troops are resorting to unjustified force against peaceful civilians. Gilani, in a statement issued in Srinagar, termed the killing highly condemnable. He extended his condolences to the bereaved family. Mirwaiz in his statement said the people of Kashmir were paying a huge price for standing up for their just cause and resolution of the Kashmir dispute. ?It is a crucial phase that we are going through in our struggle as India is using all methods and ploys to crush our political movement,? he said. ?Even the hospitals are not spared where a nurse and young girl were shot at and injured,? the Mirwaiz said, adding, ?While the people of the entire Valley are a target of Indian forces, the people of south Kashmir are bearing the maximum brunt of state repression and the people of Srinagar are specifically subjected to physical and mental torture.? Ahmad, a resident of Gabarpora, Pulwama, was injured in firing by Indian troops in Pulwama on Tuesday and succumbed to his injuries in a Srinagar hospital on Wednesday.
  19. KARACHI: In two separate firing incidents, in different areas of the metropolis, at least two were left injured on Wednesday night. According to police, a man was left injured during a firing incident in Orangi. Police identified the man as a doctor en route to his clinic, when he was shot and left wounded. In another incident, police arrested the assailant involved in shooting and injuring one person in Manghopir, police also recovered arms from the assailant. During an overnight raid in Taimuria, police detained four dacoits. The dacoits were identified as Abdul, Nadeem, Hafeez and Waqas. Nadeem and Waqas were involved in the murder of youngster Umar, who was shot down when he resisted during a robbery attempt by the dacoits. Police previously apprehended accomplices of the captured dacoits. The dacoits were also wanted for attempted murder of MQM MPA Jamal.
  20. MOSCOW: Several people were injured on Wednesday as an explosion tore through a munitions plant in the Moscow-backed breakaway Abkhazia region of Georgia, Russian news agencies reported. "According to preliminary information, 27 people were admitted to hospital? including 19 Russians on holiday in Abkhazia," the region's health minister Tamaz Tsakhnakia told TASS news agency. Tsakhnakia said the injuries mainly consisted of light shrapnel wounds and that several people may need to undergo operations. The separatist province's interior minister Aslan Kobakhia was quoted by Interfax as saying that no one had died in the blast, but that emergency workers were still trying to get to the epicentre. The blast reportedly tore through a munitions store belonging to the separatist authorities on the shore of the Black Sea. Abkhazia is internationally recognised as part of the tiny ex-Soviet nation of Georgia but has claimed independence since a conflict in the wake of the collapse of the USSR. Russia recognised the subtropical region ? along with another province South Ossetia ? as separate countries after a brief 2008 war with Georgia. Moscow has thousands of troops stationed in the regions in what Georgia calls a military "occupation", and supports the two provinces financially.
  21. A plane landed in Sao Joao Beach, killing two people, in Costa da Caparica, Portugal, August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes LISBON: A small aeroplane made an emergency landing on a popular, crowded beach near Lisbon on Wednesday, killing two people. Local television showed dozens of beachgoers crowding around the airplane, which had come to a stop near the water without any major damage. Two pilots onboard were unharmed and were being questioned by authorities. Pedro Coelho Dias, a spokesman for the national maritime authority, said a man and a child were killed after the plane hit them, according to news agency Lusa. Sao Joao de Caparica beach is one of the closest to Lisbon and draws big crowds in August, when the Portuguese take their main summer holidays.
  22. SHEIKHUPURA: Police on Wednesday registered a First Information Report (FIR) nominating two underage children for murder and robbery. The two children, accompanied by their parents, reached the local sessions court to attain pre-arrest bail in the case. The FIR states that year and half-old Ayan used an axe in the attack while five year-old Hassan used a stick as a weapon.
  23. <p><iframe width="480" height="360" title="YouTube video player" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/QWKyaFDXQbw?showinfo=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> </iframe></p><p class="MsoNormal">Have you ever met someone who has looked at you once and judged you about a 1000 times over? Well, we are pretty sure you have! Each one of us has come across those so-called societal people who are quick to judge our lifestyle, be it us partying with friends all night long or just being in a relationship. Judge all they may, but some are too keen to share their wisdom (like you haven't heard enough of that already!). From tips on how to become a good married family guy to how to financially settle down with a respectable job, boys have heard it all. The society has been stereotyping everyone without a second thought. But who are these people to tell anyone when to sleep, who to sleep with, where to work, what to wear or how to look?</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Addressing all these and many more societal barriers that boggle us, Macroman M-Series got on board Bollywood's poster boy, Ranbir Kapoor to speak about living openly - doing what you want to and living without the worry of what people will think or say about you. From being judged about his live-in relationships to being blamed for his break up, Ranbir has braved the societal intrusion all along. In this new video for Macroman M-Series, Ranbir hits out at all those who question his lifestyle, his relationships, and his choices. He makes a strong case for the Macroman M-Series ideology - Live Open. We can't help but agree with him, after all, it is our life and only we can choose how to live it. What do you think?</p>
  24. Pakistan's Aisam ul Haq and Aqeel Khan pictured during Davis Cup ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) will host two back-to-back International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures (Men's Professional Circuit events) before the end of the ongoing year. "We will host these events in November-December this year," President PTF Salim Saifullah told APP. He said each event would carry a prize purse of 15,000 US dollars. "The ITF has agreed to provide us 5,000 dollars for each of the events, while the rest of the amount will be borne by the PTF", he added. Saifullah said ITF Manager Training Centres and Events Frank Couraud came Pakistan on a five-day visit to discuss tennis development. He said Frank's visit would pave the way for high-profile ITF officials to travel to Pakistan. "I'll also invite ITF President to witness Davis Cup tie's final against Thailand in September," he said. He said Pakistan successfully hosted Davis Cup tie against Iran after a gap of 12 years, which he said was a turning point for promotion of tennis in the country. "The way we conducted Davis Cup tie against Iran has told the world that we are a sports loving nation and know how to respect international stars," he added. He said unfortunately Hong Kong decided against playing in Pakistan, otherwise people would have a lot of international activity here. He added that Pakistan was fully prepared to host Thailand for Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group-II final in September. "Hosting of Thailand would further enhance the credentials of Pakistan to hold ITF events.?
  25. A Kurdish Iraqi man armed with an M16 automatic rifle opened fire in a packed nightclub in southern Germany early Sunday after a dispute there, killing a bouncer and wounding four people before being shot by police. The 34-year-old attacker "was critically injured in a shootout with police officers as he left the disco, and later succumbed to his wounds in hospital," police said in a statement. "Nothing suggest that there could have been a terror background" to the attack at the club, said prosecutor Johannes-Georg Roth.suggest that there could have been a terror background" to the attack at the club, said prosecutor Johannes-Georg Roth. "Rather, everything points to a personal dispute that had escalated in an unspeakable manner," he added. The foreign gunman had been living in Germany since 1991, having obtained asylum status. He was the son-in-law of the owner of the nightclub called "Grey", and was known to police for previous violations including grievous bodily harm."Grey", and was known to police for previous violations including grievous bodily harm. Investigators piecing together the assault said the man had initially left the site after a "fight with an employee at the disco" and gone home to pick up the US-made M16 rifle. "He came back and shot dead the bouncer at the entrance area of the disco," recounted Roth, adding that the attacker sprayed the area with bullets. He then engaged in a shoot-out with police before being shot. One officer injured in the exchange of fire only escaped alive thanks to the titanium helmet he was wearing, added police. Officials saluted the bravery of the officers, saying their actions likely saved more lives as the "many magazines were found" at the site. 'Club was jam-packed' Officers began receiving emergency calls from terrified clubbers at around 4:30 am (0230 GMT) as the man began shooting in the nightclub heaving with "several hundred" people, said police. An unnamed clubber was quoted by Suedkurier daily that he was in the washroom when someone came in and closed the toilet door saying there was shooting. "I didn't believe it and went out. But I heard shots and quickly ran back to the toilet and closed the door with another person. With us was a bouncer who was shot and he was bandaging the wound with a belt," said the witness. A bartender then opened the emergency exit door, allowing revellers to flee, he said, adding that he saw another person with a wound in the leg lying on the grass by the parking lot. "I just shouted at everyone to run and when we were in the parking lot, we heard shots again," he said. The shooting in Constance, which borders Switzerland, came just two days after Germany was shaken by a knife attack in the northern port city of Hamburg. A 26-year-old Palestinian had killed one and injured six in an assault at a supermarket. Germany has been on high alert about the threat of a militant attack, especially since last December's truck rampage through a Berlin Christmas market that claimed 12 lives. But it has also been hit by other assaults unrelated to the militant threat. Among the deadliest in recent years is a Munich shopping mall rampage last June by 18-year-old German-Iranian man which left 10 people dead including the gunman himself.