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  1. The official websites of Pakistan's Foreign Ministry and the Army were hacked on Saturday night, making them inaccessible for users outside the country. Later, several other websites were hacked and defaced. The hackers left behind a message stating "We will never forget #14/02/2019". © Reuters According to the report in Pakistan's Dawn, the government websites were working fine within the country, but users from other countries were unable to access them. Ministry spokesperson Muhammad Faisal said, "The website is functioning without any issues in Pakistan. However, visitors to the website from Holland, Australia, Britain, and Saudi Arabia are facing difficulty opening it." © Reuters Several media reports say a list of the hacked websites is being circulated on WhatsApp and other social media platforms claiming that "Pakistan has faced it's worst cyber attack in history, in last 72 hours". A lot of these websites have been brought back to normal now. "The IT team is currently occupied in thwarting the hackers onslaught," Faisal added. The list of Pakistani websites hacked include: https://sindhforests.gov.pk/op.html https://mail.sindhforests.gov.pk/op.html https://pkha.gov.pk/op.html https://ebidding.pkha.gov.pk/op.html https://mail.pkha.gov.pk/op.html http://kda.gkp.pk/op.html http://blog.kda.gkp.pk/op.html http://mail.kda.gkp.pk/op.html https://kpsports.gov.pk/op.html https://mail.kpsports.gov.pk/op.html http://seismic.pmd.gov.pk/op.html http://namc.pmd.gov.pk/op.html http://rmcpunjab.pmd.gov.pk/FlightsChartFolder/op.html http://ffd.pmd.gov.pk/modis/op.html https://badin.opf.edu.pk/14-02-2019.php http://radar.pmd.gov.pk/islamabad/op.html Read more at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/68042727.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs website was accessible in India, but an attempt to open the Pakistan Army website showed the following message: "The owner of this website has banned the country or region your IP address is in (IN) from accessing this website." © BCCL Pakistan believes the hackers are of Indian origin because defaced websites referred to the recent Pulwama attack. These cyber attacks by Indian ethical hackers come after over 40 CRPF personnel were killed on 14th February 2019 in one of the deadliest terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. Previously, fingers were pointed to India-based hackers when the official website of PPP was found defaced in June 2017. © BCCL Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for the attack, and the group is known to be shielded by the Pakistani administration. The Indian government has slammed Pakistan over its terror links, but the neighbouring country has denied charges. Over 50 countries have condemned the barbaric attack and expressed support to India in its fight against terrorism. Immediately after the attack, India withdrew the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status, which was accorded to Pakistan in 1996.
  2. With the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) slated to begin on 14th February, the home fans were geared up for a glittering opening ceremony which involved star-studded performances by celebrities. From local talents to prominent actors, the PSL opening ceremony promised it all. But, all eyes were on American rapper and singer Pitbull who was roped in as headliner for the opening ceremony. In a bid to kickstart the franchise-based T20 tournament in style, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had roped in Pitbull for a whopping 0.7 million dollars (almost 100 million in Pakistani rupees) for a 10-minute performance. While some had questioned the PCB for wasting the funds on a foreign artist rather than using the locals, majority of Pakistani cricket fans were thrilled to watch Pitbull perform in Dubai. Apologies to @Thepslt20 and Dubai pic.twitter.com/CtYn11w1wT — Pitbull (@pitbull) February 13, 2019 But, on the day, he was expected to set the PSL opening ceremony on fire, Pitbull broke many hearts after revealing that he wouldn't be able to perform in Dubai. Taking to Twitter, the American singer shared a brief video wherein he disclosed that his airplane suffered an engine fault which forced him to abandon his performance at the opening ceremony. While the likes of Marcia Barrett from Boney M, Pakistani rock band Junoon and actor Fawad Khan are now expected to make up for Pitbull's absence, the home fans were clearly not impressed. Taking to the social media, the Pakistani cricket fans expressed their displeasure at Pitbull's refusal to perform at the opening ceremony. Pakistanis to Pitbull. pic.twitter.com/3mf5XOVNan — Saboor Alii (@sabooralii) February 14, 2019 Pakistani bulldog says he is ready to perform **** pitbull. pic.twitter.com/R8IgT21v7L — Syeda ðºð¸ (@trisolarun) February 14, 2019 I Am not able to come tonight in opening ceremony (#PSL) #PitBull pic.twitter.com/l9d5mloIzw — ChuChu_O.O (@TassadakHussain) February 14, 2019 Pitbull is not coming.Fuckð pic.twitter.com/lm4Kj254Tq — Laraib Hussain (@LaraibHussain12) February 14, 2019 Flight Delay Due To Weather Error...âï¸ââï¸ Who Cares For Pitbull When We Have Junoon,New SuperStar Aima Baig,Fawad Khan Young Desi Performing Tonight!â¤ï¸ Waise he aadhi Awaam ko Kski Samajh Nahi Aani !ð#HBL_PsL_4_2019ðµð°ðð #YehKheelDeewanoKaâï¸â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/zK2EKh03W1 — Syed Hamzaðµð° (@SyedHamza077702) February 14, 2019 Pitbull cancels his plan to perform on #PSL4 due to maintenance issues of his plane. Meanwhile PCB:#Greenistan pic.twitter.com/6RKi4YScCR — Greenistan (@Greenistan2) February 14, 2019 Thank God, Pakistan have already back up for #pitbul replacement ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ pic.twitter.com/li9Ema7gux — Ehtasham Nasir (@NasirEhtasham) February 14, 2019 Stop making people fool, you should have been there a day or two before for the rehearsal. — Ihtisham ul Haq (@iihtishamm) February 13, 2019 PSL: pic.twitter.com/Jl5ZQ809L3 — Syed SHAHMEER Ali (@ShahmeerAliPTI) February 14, 2019 pic.twitter.com/ogyFwczodW — Zahrað¸ (@z4hrax) February 14, 2019 No issue if you are not coming, acha hai paisay bachain gy. Our PM will be happy. pic.twitter.com/hQulgPC29V — Musa (@MusaVirk18) February 14, 2019
  3. Arguably one of the most popular sports in the world, cricket has continued to enthral fans and produce new sporting heroes over the years. As a kid, many of us have grown up imitating the batting stances and bowling actions of our favourite cricketers in our backyard. From Brian Lara's unique stance to Wasim Akram's bowling stride, youngsters have proudly copied the tools of the trade of the cricketing icons. In a similar incident, a young boy from Pakistani recently took the social media by storm, after he was spotted imitating the bowling action of India's new pace-bowling sensation Jasprit Bumrah. In a recently-shared video on Twitter, the five-year-old kid was seen delivering the ball the way Bumrah does in international cricket. 5 Years Old kid from pak is a big fan of You.. after watching you in the recently concluded Asia cup every time he tries to bowl like him. Anyway, Happy Birthday @virendersehwag Sirð pic.twitter.com/KC8ML3wUgt — Umair Afridi (@afridiomair) October 20, 2018 The tweet further claims that the Pakistani youngster became an ardent fan of the Indian seamer, after watching his exploits in the recently-concluded Asia Cup, that was eventually won by India following their triumph over Bangladesh in the final. "5 Years Old kid from pak is a big fan of You. After watching you in the recently concluded Asia cup every time he tries to bowl like him," the tweet read. As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. ð It's a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today.ð#childhoodflashbacks #Grateful #nostalgia https://t.co/ni4Y22aPMH — Jasprit bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) October 20, 2018 After the cute video went viral on the social media, Bumrah, too, couldn't stop himself from posting a heartfelt reply while recalling how he used to copy the bowling actions of his cricketing heroes. "As a kid, I remember how I used to copy the actions of my cricketing heroes. It's a wonderful feeling to see kids copying my action today," Bumrah tweeted. Bumrah might have been rested from the ongoing five-match ODI series against West Indies, but there is little doubt over his importance in the Indian team. One of the vital cogs in India's bowling line-up, the right-arm seamer boasts of 143 wickets in 82 international matches across all formats of the game.
  4. When it comes to cricket, India and Pakistan have this ongoing rivalry that every loves to watch unfold on the ground. It's all in good fun though, and there are usually no hard feelings at the end of the match. After all, cricket is a gentleman's game. As we all saw, India beat Pakistan in all the Asia Cup matches this year, and some Pakistani fans even went as far as to troll their own cricket team because of their performance. I mean, if you can laugh at yourself, you have basically won at life. But, instead of turning to memes, one particular fan from Pakistan decided to cheer hard for India instead. The famous superfan – Mohammad Bashir, fondly known as 'Bashir Chacha', attended the Asia Cup 2018 final between India and Bangladesh, wearing an Indian jersey. pic.twitter.com/qqxarDjsiI — Kabali of Cricket (@KabaliOf) September 28, 2018 Everyone loved the video of him, but the real winner was a picture of him that was shared by a lot of people on Twitter. They Said Cricket is Gentle Man's Game Very Well Said Moment of the Tournament #INDvBAN #AsiaCupFinal pic.twitter.com/wdpDy07hXV — RaijinAntony (@RaijinAntony10) September 28, 2018 Picture of the day indeed! Basheer chacha from Pakistan cheering for india Pic of the day#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/Izk9TAnaCg — Ù‏ÙÙÙÚ ÙÚ©Û‏ÙÙÙÙÚ©(@Rehmanismm) September 28, 2018 Exactly. Imagine an Indian wearing Pakistani jersey there. RW will label him as an anti national, Tukde Tukde gang and Urban Naxal. Then our media will make sure he gets lynched #INDvBAN #AsiaCupFinal pic.twitter.com/Fxzgwux7o1 — Abhishek #408 (@ImAbhishek7_) September 28, 2018 Yes. Moment of the day .....! #INDvBAN #AsiaCup #AsiaCupFinal pic.twitter.com/3nGHj8kJal — TEAM Rishab Pantð (@TeamRishabPantt) September 28, 2018
  5. Indian cricket fans trolling the losing team and gloating about their country's victory is expected, because it happens almost every time India wins. But, we should always expect the unexpected because life can surprise us at any moment. No, that last line wasn't meant to be philosophical or anything, it's basically just about the unexpected thing that happened after the India vs Pakistan match yesterday. After Pakistan suffered a thumping loss at the hands of the Rohit Sharma-led Indian team, the Pakistan fans joined the Indians to troll the hell out of their own country, and that's not something you see every day. Last week, we all saw how Indians trolled the hell out of Pakistan (https://www.mensxp.com/social-hits/news/47423-india-won-the-match-against-pakistan-and-indians-won-twitter-with-all-the-jokes-about-it.html )after India's victory and this time, the Pakistani fans were so disappointed that they joined in as well. Bas thoda sa. Bhai ab ghabra len? #PAKvIND @SarfarazA_54 @realshoaibmalik pic.twitter.com/WzCEaoP4cS — Rushna.Ch (@RushnaChoudhry) September 23, 2018 Okay then. I want to donate PCB and Pakistan Cricket Team in Dam Fund.#PAKvIND — Malik Danishðµð° (France ð«ð·) (@oyemal1k) September 23, 2018 Well done, man. Cameraman was playing better than Pakistani teamððâ¤#PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/daZtI2R3Ak — Latif Bugti (@latifbughti) September 23, 2018 Oh no. Our next match ð#PakvInd pic.twitter.com/GGVnXTujzf — Jiya ðµð° (@imjiyaa) September 23, 2018 So serious. "We Want Peace" ð GHABRANA NHI HAI! ð#AsiaCup2018 #PAKvIND #ImranKhanPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/fUnvL9zwZT — POISON â»ð¤ (@Ashii_Javedd) September 23, 2018 Umm. @ImranKhanPTI @PTIofficial Despite being a big fan & voter of you i would like to remind you that being an Ex-Cricketer & World Cup Winner you must focus a little bit on the Pakistani Cricket Team after their poor performance in #PAKvIND in the #AsiaCup2018 pic.twitter.com/LfLZegUBU5 — Dr. Shahid Alam (@drshahidalam) September 23, 2018 Accurate. Pakistan journey in Asia Cup so far!! #PAKvIND #PakvsInd #AsiaCup pic.twitter.com/VZ2iNrA7pc — UJ (@iUmayr) September 23, 2018 Sure it is. Aaj itna dill kr rha tha Dhoni ki helicopter shot ka but hmaray bowlers ko jahaaz bntay dekh liaðð blessing in disguise ð¤ #PAKvIND — pizzi ðµð° (@pizzi_khan_says) September 23, 2018 That's brutal. Iqbal tere in shaheeno ne aj phr zaleel krwa diyað#PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/pTxrvz03R1 — Ali Hamza (@k_hamxakhan) September 23, 2018 This is brutal as well. They batted Shit. They bowled Shit. They fielded Shit. Dropping 6 catches is not a bad luck. Its just poor performance.#PAKvIND — Talha (@talha33) September 23, 2018 It's good to be self-aware. One team that deserved to be out of Asia cup was Pakistan, not Afghanistan. Played like champions with a point to prove #AFGvBAN #PAKvIND — Adnan Khan (@adnankhans) September 23, 2018 Well, they have their priorities right. Now I pray that Pakistan lose the match against Bangladesh. I can't bear another lose against India.. Rip Cricket. #PAKvIND — malikshahzeb (@malikshahzeb8) September 24, 2018 Everyone is definitely loving the cameraman. Man of the Match award goes to Cameraman. #PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/ExutZLhFDz — Farwa (@iamfarwaqamar) September 24, 2018 Wow. Pakistan's shaheen missile which they bragged a lot about before this match.#PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/auCBk8xyI9 — PhD in Bakchodi (@Atheist_Krishna) September 23, 2018 That's probably exactly what he said. "Boys played well" bolne layak toh khelo saalo #PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/r62BfcAAE7 — Asfand Yar (@AsFuU__) September 23, 2018 Wow, they brought back an old meme format. Life of a Pakistani Fan: Birth Lose matches to India Champions Trophy Final Yaad hai? Lose matches to India. Death.#PAKvIND — Prof. Moriarty (@DesiOptimystic) September 23, 2018 That's rough. Scorecard of so called world best bowling attack.#INDvPAK #PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/Hk4LAJR4Sp — Kaushal Rajput (@kaushality) September 23, 2018 True. Pakistan After Dhawan's wicket fell. #INDvPAK #PAKvIND pic.twitter.com/2fXq2prmca — Zaroon Aftab ð®ð³ (@me_Af74B) September 23, 2018
  6. Among all the rivalries in the world of cricket, nothing comes close to the thrill and excitement that an India vs Pakistan match gives to every cricket fan. In fact, such is the craze that social media already gets flooded with jokes and memes before the two teams can even enter the stadium. However, there are times when certain inspiring stories trend more than those funny memes, which show us the real picture of this sport. Twitter During India's much-awaited match against Pakistan, what won the hearts of millions wasn't just India's victory or Yuzvendra Chahal tying Usman Khan's shoelaces on the field, there was another guy who won the internet with his beautiful gesture. While fans of both teams were cheering for their respective sides at the Dubai stadium, this man, donning the Pakistani flag, was seen singing the Indian national anthem. Facebook The video initially went viral on Instagram and was later shared by 'Voice of Ram' on Facebook. Honestly, there is nothing more beautiful than this gesture and he deserves all the love that is being showered on him. Clearly, cricket is truly the biggest religion in the world. As the video went viral, the guy who made the video came forward and disclosed his identity. "That's me guys. Thanks for sharing. Peace only. No nonsensical wars. Spread Love," said Adil Taj. If only more people could think like him.
  7. After enduring a heart-breaking loss in the Champions Trophy final last year, the Indian cricket team patiently waited for an opportunity to return the favour to arch-rivals Pakistan. And, after almost 15 months, the Men in Blue finally got a chance in the group-stage clash of the 2018 Asia Cup. In what was touted to be the mother of all battles, Rohit Sharma's men didn't just avenge their loss in England but absolutely steamrolled Pakistan in a convincing eight-wicket win in Dubai. Labelled as one of the tournament's favourites, Pakistan looked like a shadow of the side that trounced India in England. None of the so-called batting maestros of Pakistan - including the dashing opener Fakhar Zaman - came to the party, as their side was quickly bowled out for a paltry total of 162 runs. The total was never going to be a problem for a strong batting side like India and, as expected, the sub-continent giants notched up the target with eight wickets and 21 overs to spare. © Twitter Given their dismal show early in the tournament, there was no surprise to see the Pakistani side being hammered by their fans on social media. Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur went on to blame his team's batsmen for their heavy loss against India. He rued the poor shot selections of the Pakistani batsmen and asked them to play with more responsibility. Apart from the Pakistan coach, former Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar, too, minced no words in his assessment. However, Gavaskar targetted one particular Pakistani batsman and it wasn't for his cheap dismissal, but for the antics on the field. Pakistani opener Zaman was expected to get his side to a solid start by probably repeating his heroics from the Champions Trophy last year. But, contrary to popular perception, the left-hander got out cheaply while playing a rash shot. And, that's not all. If his poor batting left the Pakistani fans disappointed, his exploits on the field irked Gavaskar. © Twitter The Indian commentator was behind the mic in the commentary box when he spotted Zaman wearing the national cap in a rapper's style. Expecting more maturity and discipline from Zaman, Gavaskar said: Somebody, maybe the captain, should tell him that it's the national cap. He should wear it properly. You can do this in PSL (Pakistan Super League) may be, but this is the national team,” he said while commentating. But, Zaman wasn't the only one whose overtly stylish conduct on the field had Gavaskar fuming. Later, in the match, the former Indian batsman was heard criticising Dinesh Karthik for opting for his initials 'DK' and not his name emplaced behind the Indian jersey. “Maybe that's his nickname but since the jersey carries his number, people should identify with the name. Maybe with the name, he can have his initials,” Gavaskar said. Going ahead in the tournament, Pakistan will now lock horns with Afghanistan in the Super Four stage, while the Indian team will take on Bangladesh on 21st September. Also, Team India might have won the group-stage clash against Pakistan, but they'll be wary of their arch-rivals when they clash again during the Super Four stage on 23rd September.
  8. I don't need to tell anyone how brutal social media can be, if they see one funny picture of someone famous, it's destined to go viral and become a meme. It doesn't matter if it's a movie star or a political leader, people on the internet don't discriminate. We've seen every meme we can about our Indian politicians, including the troll-favourite Congress President Rahul Gandhi and even PM Narendra Modi hasn't been spared. But, this time people have moved on to someone from across the border to troll. The newly-elected Imran Khan Government is already facing a bunch of difficulties, especially with the slogan 'Naya Pakistan', and the administration has a lot to do. But a recent picture of Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari has caught everyone's eye for all the wrong reasons. © Twitter A lot of people were understandably disappointed after seeing the picture of Shireen Mazari snoozing in her office. I mean, everyone gets tired and needs a nap, she's just human but well, if the internet decides to troll you, no one can save you. Well. Must be exhausting, ensuring all those human rights. pic.twitter.com/C9m7sQdg8G — AimaKhosa (@aimaMK) September 13, 2018 It really is though. Sleep is a fundamental human right https://t.co/ZM3HxNIzkx — Mohammad Taqi (@mazdaki) September 13, 2018 Yep. In Naya Pakistan another austerity drive is launched. Minister Shireen Mazari is saving human energy by sleeping during the day. I think it's not her fault. I mean what on earth are you going to do in the Ministry of Human rights all day anyway. pic.twitter.com/Js4nj44EGE — Dr. Afnan Ullah ÚاکٹراÙÙاÙاÙÙÛخا٠(@afnanullahkh) September 13, 2018 Simple and effective. Pakistan's Minister for Human Rights asleep on the job. https://t.co/310yfAb2uB — Seth Oldmixon (@setholdmixon) September 12, 2018 Meanwhile. Meanwhile in govt pic.twitter.com/zKtwTacZqU — FK (@faisalkapadia) September 12, 2018 Exactly. Especially at work if you ask me. — Fahad nadeem (@fahadnadeem82) September 13, 2018 Zzzzzz. Pakistan's#HumanRights are in safe zzZzZzzz. https://t.co/Y1H0KzKz4B — Imran Hunzai (@iHunzai) September 13, 2018
  9. A lot of people go viral on the internet for doing something really stupid and potentially dangerous that a lot of people say, 'stop making stupid people famous'. While that's true, the internet also recognizes real talent sometimes and people who have a lot of potential go viral and that one thing can change someone's life. And, I hope a viral video of a painter with so much raw talent is life-changing for him. So basically, a painter from Pakistan was just doing his job while enjoying and singing and a video of it was uploaded online. A lot of people were blown away by how good he sounds – even better than some of the most famous singers. Just listen how effortless he is. So I saw this on fb and decided we need to make this guy just as famous if not more than the #chaiwala. Apparently he's from Pakistan and just listen to his voice for yourself ð pic.twitter.com/tGh3nYbdLq — Bayek of Siwa (@Classikhman) August 2, 2018 His name is Muhammad Arif and it's safe to assume he's a big Bollywood fan. He also has a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ArifSingerPage/ )which already has close to 15k likes. And, it also looks like a lot of people on Twitter don't want his talent to go to waste and are tweeting his videos, bringing him any recognition he can get. This man deserves to go viral, to all my brown friends please rt this he needs a right platform to show his talent. His name is Arif pic.twitter.com/Ej5gkzLixz — Hiza. (@hariaziza) August 2, 2018 Let's see when this will happen. @cokestudio should provide him a platform, atleast once. — sabahat zahra (@Sabahat_ZW) August 4, 2018 I agree. This is the most soothing voice i've ever heard ! — Cristiano Rona-Daldo (@argo_yourself) August 3, 2018
  10. A still from Teefa in Trouble.Audiences cannot get enough of Teefa in Trouble as the Ali Zafar and Maya Ali starrer broke the opening day box office record for a Pakistan film.The film raked in Rs22.5 million breaking the record previously held by...
  11. A titanic 46 million Pakistanis below the age of 35 are registered to vote in next week's elections. Photo: AFPISLAMABAD: The crowd of young Pakistanis, many armed with smartphones, surround the politician's car and begin streaming live footage of...
  12. Ali Zafar and Maya Ali. Photo: Geo FilmsThe excitement and anticipation for Teefa in Trouble has taken the Pakistani film industry by storm as its release inches closer.The Ali Zafar and Maya Ali starrer which is slated to release on July 20 is...
  13. We loved 'Cool Uncle' Professor Sanjeev Srivastava's perfect dance moves at a wedding in India. Fondly called 'Dancing Uncle', he owned the stage and became a viral sensation in no time. His dancing skills were so on point even Govinda himself couldn't stop himself from sharing the stage with him. Just when we thought there could be nothing else better than this, a video of a young man dancing at a supermarket surfaced. The young rather good-looking dude did an impromptu gig to the popular song 'Long Lachi' and boy, he made heads turn. His thumka game is even better than women, if we can say so. The guy is called Mehroz Baig and is from Karachi, Pakistan. As he dances in front of a cheering crowd at the hypermarket, an elderly gentleman is so impressed with his moves he decides to join in. Seriously, this guy's dancing game is so on point he can give professional dancers a run for their money. There is so much talent in the common man, we tell you. Looks like we have a successor to 'Cool Uncle' Professor Sanjeev Srivastava.
  14. Pak win Fist Test will Pakistan win all test matches. Yeo or No
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