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  1. Photo provided by: PIA spokespersonThe Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Air Marshal Arshad Malik’s plea seeking the court’s intervention in allowing him to continue as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). The PIA chief had approached the apex court against the Sindh High Court's order which had stopped him from performing his functions as the airliner's CEO. In today’s hearing, Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed remarked that PIA was not someone’s private property, and reminded the petitioner that the airline was a national asset. “We will not allow anyone to play with PIA’s fortune,” remarked Justice Ahmed, and questioned how the national flag carrier was being run. The chief justice also remarked that a case regarding the appointments in the PIA was already filed as a human rights case. The apex court while disposing off the petition said that all cases related to the PIA will be merged into a single case. The bench also summoned the record of the pending case in the SHC. The apex court directed the PIA's board of governors to run the the affairs of the airline. Case against Arshad Malik's qualificationOn December 31, the SHC had barred Malik from discharging his duties as CEO on a petition filed by Safdar Anjum, the general secretary of the airline's Senior Staff Association (SASA). The petition stated Malik did not fulfill the educational requirements of the post neither did he have any relevant experience for the job. The court also stopped the airline from transferring, hiring or firing employees. The high court also stopped the PIA from buying or selling assets. The bench said the national flag bearer could not sell assets worth over rupees one crore or make policies. Before joining the PIA, Malik was serving as the Vice Chief of the Air Staff. He is a graduate of the National Defence University (NDU) and qualified in Air Command and Staff Course from the US. Malik has served for more than 40 years in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) before he was appointed as the airline's chief executive officer. He was appointed as PIA chairman on October 11, 2018, by the federal government. On April 2, 2019, he was appointed the national flag carrier’s CEO.
  2. Rhea Chakraborty, Sushant Singh Rajput make their relationship publicBollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty and her rumoured boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput have made their relationship public on the latter’s birthday. The Jalebi actress took to Instagram and shared some PDA-filled photos on Sushant’s birthday with a romantic caption. She wrote, “Happy birthday to the most beautiful” supermassive black hole “ that is known to mankind ! Shine on you crazy diamond @sushantsinghrajput”. The actress also called Sushant a “boy with a golden heart” The MS Dhoni: The Untold Story actor, while acknowledging Rhea’s post dropped a loveable comment, “Thank youuuuuuu my Rockstarrrr”. The couple was tight-lipped over their relationship in the past. Before Rhea, Sushant dated Ankita Lokhande for six years. They called it quits in 2016.
  3. Trump at the WEF. Photo by: AFPAddressing an audience in Davos on Tuesday that included Swedish teenage campaigner Greta Thunberg, US President Donald Trump lashed out at climate change activists, describing them as "perennial prophets of doom". "We must reject the perennial prophets of doom and their predictions of the apocalypse," said Trump, hours after Thunberg told the World Economic Forum that governments had done "basically nothing" to reverse climate change. Trump, who is in Davos along with other world leaders to address the annual summit, continued his criticism of climate change activists. Back home, an impeachment trial against the US president has begun. Democrats have called on the Senate to remove Trump from office, describing him as a danger to American democracy and national security. Trump and his lawyers have decried his impeachment, saying he has done nothing wrong and that Democrats are simply trying to stop him from being re-elected. The televised trial is expected to hear opening arguments in the Republican-controlled Senate this week, and votes could take place as early as Tuesday on the rules governing the trial. This would include deciding whether the Senate should at a later date consider subpoenas for witnesses, such as Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton. The chamber’s 100 members must decide whether to convict Trump on charges approved by the Democratic-led House of Representatives on Dec. 18, accusing him of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress arising from his dealings with Ukraine.
  4. Ayeza Khan opens up about working in filmsAcclaimed Pakistani actress Ayeza Khan has opened up about working in films, saying that she was not interested in it. At an event held recently, when Ayeza Khan was asked about working in films, she said, “I had never thought about working in films.” Present at the event, director Nadeem Baig endorsed Ayeza’s comments saying, “Once I had asked Ayeza for working in films and the actress had replied in negative.” “I don’t want films as I am not interested in seeing myself on the big screen. I am happy on small screens,” Ayeza had told Nadeem Baig. Ayeza Khan last week celebrated her 29th birthday with husband Danish Taimoor and children.
  5. Rauf says playing for Pakistan in front of home fans brings no added pressure. — Photo: Geo.tv/screengrabHaris Rauf, the fast bowler catapulted into stardom by the Big Bash League (BBL), on Tuesday said that playing on home ground in the upcoming Bangladesh series would boost his morale instead of adding pressure. “There is a difference between playing league cricket and playing for your country. The mindset is [different of course]. But in a home series, the crowd at the stadium is your own, which provides a boost instead of adding any pressure. I take this as a positive,” Rauf said days after leaving Australia and linking up with the national squad back home for the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh. Read more: Haris Rauf pays homage to Lahore Qalandars after 'dream-come-true' Pakistan call-up Rauf, who was one of the stars of the ongoing BBL, claiming 16 wickets in just seven matches for Melbourne Stars and his association with Pakistan Super League franchise Lahore Qalandars has led some to believe that he is a T20 specialist — another notion the pacer is keen to erase. “My aim is to play continuously and for long periods,” he said, reiterating that “I want to represent Pakistan in all the formats.” The pacer fired a warning in the direction of Bangladeshi batsmen, saying that he touched the 150kmph mark in the BBL and wants to bowl just as quick in the upcoming series.
  6. LHC grants bail to Fawad Hasan in illegal assets case. — Photo: Geo.tv/Files The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday granted bail to Fawad Hasan Fawad, the former principal secretary to two ex-prime ministers, in the assets beyond means case. The LHC awarded bail to the former principal secretary against bonds worth Rs10 million. During the proceedings, the court bench asked the National Accountability Bureaus' (NAB) prosecutor as to how many shares did the ex-principal secretary hold in the Motorway City and Kashmir Road Plaza projects. Read more: SC judge recuses himself from NAB appeal against Shehbaz Sharif, Fawad Hasan's bail In response, the prosecutor told the court that he was not aware of that and the information should be sought from the suspect. The court responded angrily, asking the NAB lawyer as to why the suspect would share that information, saying he should have done his homework. The anti-graft watchdog had filed two separate cases against Fawad, who has also served as principal secretary to former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi when he was elected to the post after Nawaz Sharif's disqualification. According to the NAB, a construction company titled Chaudhry Latif and Sons had won the Ashiana housing scheme contract. However, the NAB says then-Punjab chief minister, Shehbaz Sharif, and his aides awarded the Rs14-billion contract to the Lahore Casa Developers — a proxy group of Paragon City (Pvt) Limited, which is said to be owned by former railways minister, Saad Rafique. Fawad — who was implementation secretary to the chief minister Punjab at the time — had levelled charges of wrongdoings against Chaudhry Latif and Sons allegedly for the contract to be awarded to Casa Developers. Read more: Accountability court approves 14-day physical remand of Fawad Hasan Fawad In a second reference, filed in March last year, the NAB had accused Fawad of accumulating illegal assets worth Rs1.09 billion, including a five-kanal commercial plot in Rawalpindi's Saddar area valued at around Rs50 million. According to The News, the former senior civil servant has not been proven guilty or convicted in any case and that he was in the NAB's custody since May 31, 2018. Fawad served as secretary implementation, Punjab health secretary, and additional secretary for Prime Minister’s Office.
  7. Punjab govt halts release of Sarmad Khoosat’s ‘Zindagi Tamasha’The Punjab government has stopped the release of Sarmad Khoosat’s upcoming film Zindagi Tamasha and formed a committee to review the movie. The film, written by Nirmal Bano, a fresh graduate from NCA, was set to release on January 24, 2020. Directed and co-produced by Sarmad Khoosat along with his sister Kanwal Khoosat, Zindagi Tamasha is a bilingual movie, which has been shot in Lahore. It features model-turned actress Eman Suleman, Samiya Mumtaz, Arif Hasan and Ali Qureshi in lead roles. Forming the committee, the Punjab government has stopped the release of Zindagi Tamasha and given a deadline of February 3, 2020 to review it. The committee will review reservations and complaints from different segments of the society regarding the film. Meanwhile, director Sarmad Khoosat revealed recently that he was receiving threats over the release of the film.
  8. Mahira Khan urges government to come down hard on child abusersPakistani superstar Mahira Khan has urged the government to come hard on people involved in sexual abuse against children, after a seven-year old girl was allegedly raped and murdered in Ziarat Kaka Sahib area of Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Last month, Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari on Twitter, had announced that the government is preparing a holistic policy on child abuse under the PM's directive and within two weeks it would be ready with all stakeholders being taken on board. Commenting on Mazari’s tweet, Mahira Khan, who is also the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador for Pakistan, said: “Dear @ShireenMazari1 It’s been two weeks. Is the policy ready? Another beautiful child raped and murdered. How many more would it take?” The actress urged the policy makers to come down hard on these culprits, saying, “Please please come down hard on these monsters.”
  9. Kamyab Jawan Programme: 200,000 to 300,000 youth likely to get loans under YESISLAMABAD: Around 200,000 to 300,000 budding entrepreneurs are likely to get benefit under the Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme (YES), a component of the government’s flagship Kamyab Jawan project launched to offer soft loan facility to those having workable business ideas. “Only 15 to 25 per cent of the total applicants may get the concessionary loans under the ‘YES’ as it seems that some 50 to 60 per cent apparently applied in haste and got rejected for having no business plans,” Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar informed APP while highlighting the current statistics of the loan scheme. YES was launched under the banner of Kamyab Jawan Programme in October last year under which Rs 100 billion allocated for the youth and loans ranging from Rs 100,000 to Rs 5 million would be disbursed among the youth coming up with practicable business ideas. “Some 1.3 million youth applied for the loan scheme in merely 15 days which brings it into international spotlight as a team of the United Nations has discussed this Kamyab Jawan programme for attracting such a large proportion of youth,” the special assistant said. The scheme was almost in the launching process as the applications were being scrutinized and verified by making phone calls, doing Smart Message Service (SMS) and carrying out a third party verification of the applicants. He assured that the allocated money belonged to youth and would be spent on deserving ones. He said the loans would be distributed on equitable basis as Rs25 billion had been dedicated for the women under YES exclusively. Initially, the soft loans would be distributed in Sindh and then extended to the other provinces. “Prime Minister Imran Khan will distribute loan cheques among the successful applicants of the Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme (YES) from Sindh on January 27,” he informed.
  10. Photo: ReutersMELBOURNE: Maria Sharapova's faltering career hit a fresh low Tuesday when the five-time Grand Slam champion was turfed out in the first round of the Australian Open in straight sets. The 32-year-old former world number one carried a haunted look at times in a 3-6, 4-6 defeat to Croatia's 19th-seeded Donna Vekic. There were flashes of the form that helped make Sharapova one of the most marketable women in sport, the 145th-ranked Russian coming back from 5-1 down in the first set. But Sharapova, who was banned for 15 months for failing a drugs test at the 2016 Australian Open, succumbed in the first set in 36 minutes. Playing on the centre court Rod Laver Arena — a sign of Sharapova´s enduring pulling power — she broke to go 3-1 up in the second set. But Vekic broke back twice and sealed victory on the second match point when Sharapova fired wildly wide. Sharapova was given a wildcard into Melbourne, where she won the title in 2008, and has struggled badly for form and fitness since returning from the ban for taking meldonium. She missed large chunks of last year with a shoulder injury and has seen her ranking plummet. The Russian, who last lost in the Melbourne first round in 2010, has now slumped to opening defeats at three Grand Slam tournaments in a row.
  11. BJP West Bengal chapter president Dilip Ghosh. Photo courtesy Orissa PostA senior leader of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) on Sunday said that the government is committed to implementing the proposed nationwide National Register of India and announced that the government will send back 10 million Bangladeshi Muslims living in the West Bengal state illegally, Indian media reported. BJP's West Bengal unit chief Dilip Ghosh passed the remarks while addressing a rally in the Indian city of Barasat. Ghosh said that those opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are “anti-Bengali and against the idea of India”. He alleged that 10 million illegal Muslims have been "thriving" in West Bengal and taking advantage of the government's Rs2 per kg subsidy on rice. "We will send them back," he announced. "These illegal Bangladeshi Muslims are involved in arsons across the state," Ghosh alleged. The BJP leader said that he did not fear being labelled a communal for supporting the cause of Hindu refugees, who had to run for their life after due to religious persecution. "Those who are opposing the CAA are either anti-India or anti-Bengali. They are against the idea of India that is why they are opposing Hindu refugees getting citizenship," claimed Ghosh. Also read: 2,838 Pakistanis given citizenships by Modi govt in last 6 years, claims Indian minister The BJP leader said his "heart bleed for infiltrators" while taking a jibe at prominent personalities, for opposing the CAA and the proposed nationwide NRC. "What about Hindu refugees? They don't have any answers. This is a double standard," Ghosh asked. India has been rocked by protests against the controversial citizenship law introduced by the Modi-led government at the backend of 2019. For many analysts, the protests have become a major challenge for the Indian government. The law, which offers fast-track citizenship to non-Muslim nationals from three neighbouring countries, is the latest policy instituted by Modi's government that critics accuse of marginalising Muslims in the Hindu-majority nation. Also read: Indian teacher suspended for telling schoolgirls opposing CAA to 'go to Pakistan' During his nearly six years in power, BJP has renamed places with Islamic-origin names, rewritten history textbooks to diminish or discredit the role of Muslim leaders, and stripped the Muslim-dominated region of Kashmir of its special autonomy. Modi has insisted the legislation will have no impact on Muslims, however his party's 2019 election pledge to conduct a nationwide survey to identify illegal immigrants has raised fears among Muslims of becoming stateless, with no fast-track naturalisation option available to them.
  12. Sara Ali Khan, Kartik Aaryan spotted together at Umang 2020Bollywood starlet Sara Ali Khan and her former boyfriend Katrik Aaryan stepped on to the red carpet together at Umang 2020 on Sunday. The Love Aaj Kal stars were snapped together at the event, organized every year in honour of Indian police. Sara Ali Khan looked stunning in all white traditional shalwar kameez while Kartik was dressed in a casual suit with a pastel coloured jacket. The couple also appeared on the sets of Bigg Boss 13, hosted by Salman Khan, for the promotion of their upcoming film Love Aaj Kal. The film will be released on February 14, 2020. The Simmba actress and Pati Patni Aur Woh star have announced to watch the film together and called it a ‘date night’.
  13. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to pay rent for their Frogmore Cottage home after royal exitPrince Harry and Meghan Markle had stirred up a storm earlier following their decision to step away as British royal family's senior members. And as they gradually move into their ‘ordinary’ lives after giving up the royal HRH [his or her royal highness] titles, reports are suggesting that their royal allowances will now be brought to a halt as well. It was also revealed that prior to their indefinite move to Canada, the couple will also have to pay rent to their Frogmore Cottage home which came as a gift to the two by Queen Elizabeth when they tied the knot in 2018. Since the property was originally said to be ‘dilapidated’, the pair had used around $3 million of taxpayer money to renovate the home which is why they will now have to pay the public back for the consumed amount, as they no longer wish to be part of the British royals. In a statement released by the palace, shedding light on their step-down-agreement, it was stated: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay Sovereign Grant expenditure for the refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, which will remain their UK family home." On the other hand, it was also revealed that the two will pay rent for the property as they wish to keep the gift handed to them by the Queen. Royal expert Katie Nicoll revealed to Vanity Fair: “They will keep the residence, a wedding gift from the Queen; however they will pay rent on the property."
  14. Rights lawyer Jalila Haider. Photo: FileHuman rights activist and lawyer Jalila Haider was on Monday barred from boarding a flight to the United Kingdom by officials from the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) at Lahore airport, sources told Geo News. According to sources, the rights lawyer was also detained at the airport on Monday morning. Haider had been scheduled to board a flight to London where she was due to attend a conference related to her work. Sources from the FIA said that Haider was barred from departing Pakistan as her name was on a watch-list of individuals who are under official scrutiny for alleged involvement in 'anti-state' activities. Also read: Women who became symbols of resistance in 2019 Sources confirmed that Haider was released from custody after a six-hour long detention at Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore. Haider was let go after she recorded a statement, sources said. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) condemned the detention of Haider and termed it an "ill conceived action" that continued the tradition of targeting human rights defenders and journalists. "We condemn this ill-conceived action because it simply continues the pattern of arbitrarily targeting the freedom of movement of human rights defenders and journalists without cause," the group wrote on Twitter. The commission also welcomed the decision of the authorities to allow Haider to book another flight to the UK after returning her passport and other documents to her as she was released. Haider is a rights lawyer providing free legal services to women in poverty. In October last year, Haider was named among the 100 most influential women of 2019 by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Besides being a vocal activist for the rights of women, she is also the founder of We the Humans, a non-profit organisation working with local communities to provide opportunities for vulnerable women. Also read: Hazara woman from Pakistan named in BBC's 100 Women of 2019 Taking to social networking platform Twitter after the BBC announcement last year, Haider had expressed profound joy at being being named in the list, saying she was honored by the mention. "Wow, This is an honor for me that I am among the @BBC100women list 2019 from Paksitan. I want to congratulate Parveen Ahanger @_APDP also to be the among the list. More power to the brave women of Kashmir," she wrote on Twitter. "Looking back into the past leads to the realisation that the politics of conflict, war and destruction is interconnected with Patriarchy. This is the time now that the world should accept the future as female," Haider said. Other woman on the list included Precious Adams from the United States, Parveena Ahanger from Indian-occupied Kashmir, and Jasmine Akter from the Rohingya community.
  15. Hira Mani’s husband Salman Sheikh all praises for wife as he lauds her acting prowessPakistani actress Hira Mani’s husband Salman Shaikh sang praises for wife and called her a ‘brilliant brilliant actor’. Salman aka Mani’s comments came a day after Hira was nominated for best actress at Pakistan International Screen Awards for her outstanding performance in drama serial Do Bol. Mani talking to Instagram shared photo of Hira and appreciated his wife. He wrote, “Pakistan mai shaiyad he koi hou jissnay As a Host start kiya hou Comedy kee hou ,Showbiz mai aanay sai pehlay Shadi kee hou 2Bachoun kay baad Serious acting mai top position hasil kee hou (There is hardly anyone in Pakistan who started out as a host, did comedy, got married before entering the showbiz and achieved top position with serious acting roles after having two children)” He went on: “u have achieved everything in limited time... U are a Brilliant Brilliant Actor." He further added, “aur mazay ke. baat yeh hai kay Action sai pehlay aur Cut kay baad tum aik humble se Normal see Gharalou see Hira hou......aisay he Sir Jhuka kay chalte reho.. (and the interesting point is that before action and after the cut, your are back to being the humble, and normal Hira). Hira dropped an adorable comment on the hubby’s post saying “I love you Mani”.
  16. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston snagged the spotlight away from all of Hollywood after they had a mini reunion at the SAG Awards on Sunday. But it now looks like the former flames may be toying with our feelings and tucking at our heartstrings by teasing their fans with a bit of what they have been desperately pleading for without any intention of an actual reunion. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, the 50-year-old Friends actor was asked about the world’s obsession with her and Brad Pitt and their continuous prayers of seeing them back together. "It's hysterical,” said Jen, adding: “But what else are they going to talk about?" Earlier at the Golden Globes, Pitt too had addressed the same when he told Entertainment Tonight: "I'll run into Jen, she's a good friend. The second most important reunion of her year? I understand. That was a play on Friends. They were saying that.” The two stirred up a storm on Sunday after the SAG Awards as they gave the audience what they wanted by having a chirpy reunion backstage where they hugged it out and congratulated each other. Read More: Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt hug it out at the SAG Awards as they finally reunite Pitt also left us gushing when he dropped everything backstage to intently watch his ex-wife accept the award for her performance in The Morning Show.
  17. Photo: File Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has said that he would like to participate in the Big Bushfire Bash which aims to collect funds for the ongoing bushfire catastrophe in Australia, according to Australian Associated Press (AAP). The 53-year-old, as of yet, has not been approached by the organisers of the event, which is scheduled for February 8, but said that he would like to be "involved in any way" to help. "I would love to be involved in any way I can to raise funds or to help the people in Australia," Akram told AAP. Even before I was married to an Australian, Australia has always been very close to my heart. I feel for Australia. Thank God there was rain in the last couple of days and hopefully, that will help. "The devastation the Australians have been through ... my heart goes out to them," he said Australian greats Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne will be the captains of the two sides. The duo is looking to recruit big names from various industries, namely sports, entertainment and music to partake in the fundraiser. According to sources, names such as Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar and MS Dhoni are likely on board. Meanwhile, Aussie coach Justin Langer and other former players such as Adam Gilchrist, Brett Lee, Shane Watson, Alex Blackwell and Michael Clarke have confirmed their participation for the match.
  18. Sara Ali Khan falls in love with lifeBollywood starlet Sara Ali Khan, who is on promotional spree of her upcoming movie opposite Kartik Aaryan, has fallen in love with life. Sharing an adorable photo of her standing in front of mural of a child—inscribed with “I Love Life”, the Simmba actress captioned the Monday motivation picture with a heart emoji alongside the words: “Fall in love with life”. The endearing Instagram post of Sara has garnered thousands of hearts shortly after she shared it. On the work front, Sara Ali Khan will be next seen in Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal. The film, sequel of 2009-released movie with the same name Love Aaj Kal, will hit the theatres this Valentine’s Day. Sara and co-star Kartik are busy promoting their film. The couple appeared on the sets of Bigg Boss 13 on Sunday for this purpose. Earlier, Sara extended gratitude to the fans after the newbie’s upcoming film Love Aaj Kal trailer hit 30 million views in just two days after its release.
  19. Kangana Ranaut on marriage: 'I don't have the energy to invest in another family'Kangana Ranaut after earlier hinting that she wishes to get hitched, has now expressed that marriage is not in the pipeline for her at this point. Upon being asked about her marriage plans, during the promotions of her film the 33-year-old actor told Mumbai Mirror how she feels about it at this stage of her life. “I’m at a phase when I’m just beginning to enjoy my life. If someone can add to it, I’m fine, but if, as a woman, I am expected to ensure he’s emotionally stable, enhance his spiritual growth, be lucky and bring him financial windfalls and take on the responsibility of a home, children and family, then, I’m not up for that,” she said. “At the moment, I have no time for people who come with any kind of baggage,” she added. Kangana also shared that a thriving career and her family are all that she has ever set her heart on. She also said that she has recently smoothed out her relationship with her family and is willing to invest her time in only making the ties stronger. She added: “The world is respectful; there’s a lot to do and give. And for the first time, I can think about myself. Let me be a little self-centered and enjoy what I have earned. I don’t have the time and energy to invest in another family. That can come later.” She further added that her career has played a massive role in pacifying the sour connection she had with her family as she left her house to be an actor when she was only 15. “Today, fortunately for me, I’ve got my family back. But I know that somewhere success had a huge role to play in the reconciliation. Had I not made it in films, I might have lost out on both my family and my dream, and that would have been devastating.” The Queen actor is fully engrossed in her promotions for her upcoming film Panga which is all set to hit the silver screens on January 24, 2020.
  20. Varun Dhawan, Natasha Dalal's marriage plans addressed by David DhawanVarun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal's marriage plans have been rife all over the internet for a while now. And the chitchat was finally addressed by the Street Dancer 3D actor’s father and director David Dhawan who expressed his distraught regarding the circulating buzz. While talking to IWMBuzz, the filmmaker said: “Not again. How many dates and venues will I hear for my son’s wedding? Every week I am told where and when Varun is getting married. They know it better than me.” He brushed off the recent rumors about Varun getting married in May saying: “This latest date and venue are not true at all. Don’t believe what you read.” He added that there is no pressure on the couple from the family and they will get hitched whenever they are pleased. David has always been cordial with media hence he assured that the wedding would not be a sneaky one as he said, “You and I have been friends for years. When Varun gets married, I will personally call you up.” For the moment Varun Dhawan has got his hands full with the promotions of his upcoming film Street Dancer 3D featuring Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhudeva, Nora Fatehi, Dharmesh Yelande, Raghav Juyal and Punit Pathak. The film will be getting released on 24 January, 2020.
  21. Foodies in the city of lights have started to come together in the ongoing chilly Karachi weather to tantalise their taste buds at the Karachi Eat 2020. The seventh edition of the festival which kicks off today (January 10 till Sunday, January 12) will have numerous eateries competing with each other. Just like every year, this year will also have many new and aspiring chefs making their debut. But what does Karachi Eat have to offer desi food lovers this time around? Here's a look: The Incr-Edible HulkNaans are a staple diet with almost every desi food. However, Cloud Naan has come up with a unique take on the flatbread. At this year's festival, Cloud Naan is set to introduce Karachi to "Incr-Edible Hulk". Go to stall 83 and tantalise your taste buds with a naan filled with green chicken tikka. Geelawat KababLucknow is famous for it's connection with the Nawabs, but the city also introduced a fresh new take on kebabs. If your'e looking for some Gelawat Kabab's head to Saniya's Kitchen at stall 36 to get a taste of Lucknow. Nulli Chapli Kebab with NaanYou may have heard of nulli nehari but have you heard of Nulli Chpli Kebab's? Stop by at stall 10 of Chapli Kebab House and get a new take on chapli kebabs. Fry KebabsAfter having so many kebabs, if your stomach is still not filled, then head over to Shaheen's Kitchenette's Fry Kebabs at stall 6. Taco ChaatChaat's always come to one's mind whenever we are in mood for a light snack. But a Taco Chaat is a fusion that must not be missed. The Social Hub at stall 11 is ready to give Karachi a fusion of Mexico and South Asia with its Taco Chaat. Khichdi Thaal Khichdi is a simple food, yet sometimes its the simplicity that melts your heart. Stop by at stall 96 and get a taste of a Khichdi Thaal by Khichdi Express. Lettuce Chicken rollRolls and Karachi just go together. One can spot eateries selling rolls in almost every street corner. But, this year, A-one Snacks is set to introduce a healthy take on rolls. All the fitness freaks must give a try to the lettuce chicken roll at stall 82. Biryani's at Karachi EatBriyani is what defines desi food. So, here's a look at the biryanis available at Karachi Eat. Ice Gola After all the savouries if you're up for some dessert and ready to brace the cold. Then go to stall 25 of Fade Bhook and try their Ice Gola Rabri MilkRabri is a delicacy that can be found at wedding and family dinners. But if you are brave enough to have it with some more milk. Then drink Ye Lo's Rabri Milk at stall 48.
  22. "Music to be Murdered By", the latest music album by Eminem, can make him the first artist to earn 10 consecutive No. 1 debuts in the United States, according to Forbes. "Music to Be Murdered By is projected to move between 300,000 and 325,000 album-equivalent units, HITS Daily Double reports. If the album does bow atop the Billboard 200, it will make Eminem the first artist to earn 10 consecutive No. 1 debuts in U.S. history", the Forbes report said. With the release of his new surprise album, Slim Shady has proved that he can still impress us not only with the pen but also his stupefying flow. It turns out to be Eminem’s 11th studio album and the follow-up to 2018’s Kamikaze which earned the critics’ nod. The newly released album was criticised in prompt response to one of its songs, 'Unaccommodating', in which Eminem makes an offensive reference to the 2017 Manchester bombing at an Ariana Grande concert that killed many people.
  23. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has promised to take stern action against hoarders and profiteers responsible for the wheat flour crisis in the country, said Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday. “Prime minister will defeat profiteers and those who are hoarding flour,” she said, adding that the premier had made a promise to take stern action against those responsible for the wheat crisis and he will ensure that that promise is fulfilled. Awan said Prime Minister Imran had allocated Rs6 billion for utility stores via a special package due to which flour, pulses, and rice will be available for the common man at low rates. The statement from the prime minister’s aide comes at a time when the flour crisis has gripped the nation, making life difficult for masses around the country. Read more: Food security ministry rejects reports of wheat shortage in Pakistan Flour prices have skyrocketed across the country in recent days, selling for as high as Rs62 per kilogram at several retail stores. The PPP and the PML-N have blamed the government for the crisis. The price of the flour has increased by five rupees in just the last week due to a shortage of wheat supply. “Fine flour is available for Rs62/kg while the price of mill flour increased by five to six rupees and is being sold between Rs 62/kg to Rs70/kg,” the president of the flour retailers association had told Geo News. In Karachi, a sack of flour was being sold for Rs500 a couple of days ago. In some parts of the city, a bag of 10kg flour which cost Rs450 before the crisis was being sold for Rs700 after an increase of Rs250. In Lahore, the Punjab Flour Mill Association increased the price of flour by Rs6 per kg, after which it was being sold at Rs70 per kg across the province. Read more: PM Imran orders 'grand operation' to curb flour crisis Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the recent surge in wheat prices, instructing all four provincial chief secretaries to initiate a "grand operation" against those involved in hoarding flour and selling it at exorbitant rates on Saturday. The Prime Minister's Office ordered the provincial governments, chief commissioners and deputy commissioners (DC) to take stern action against the culprits.
  24. Silhouettes of mobile phone and laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of WhatsApp logo, March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Files1 Advanced issue found▲
  25. Silhouettes of mobile phone and laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of WhatsApp logo, March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Files1 Advanced issue found▲ WhatsApp, the cross-platform messaging application, experienced a major outage around the world on Sunday evening, leaving people frustrated on alternative social media platforms. Many people around the world reported having problems with the Facebook-owned messaging app earlier on Sunday; however, the company has issued a statement addressing the issue as of reporting time. Down Detector/Screenshot via Geo.tvAccording to Down Detector, nearly 800 people reported facing problems in the messaging app, as of 6PM. Down Detector/Screenshot via Geo.tvMost of the users who reported problems in WhatsApp were from Europe, while those in South Asia and South America were also hit with the outage. Down Detector/Screenshot via Geo.tvOf the total issues, 75 percent pertained to connection whereas 22 percent was related to receiving messages. This is the latest of the many outrages, with one incident in March that left users cut off for almost a whole day.
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