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  1. Remember the 'Jurassic Park' film series? It features an amusement park where extinct dinosaurs are genetically cloned and bred. If you thought the movie is too ahead of its time, think again. A university in Russia is gearing up for the opening of a Jurassic Park-style cloning facility for extinct animals. The new Jurassic Park style facility will be a 'world class paleo-genetic scientific hub' in the world's coldest city, Yakutsk. The project currently has a budget of almost US$ 6 million and the project further project details shall be made public at the 4th Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia. © MovieMania Working together with the South Korean SOOAM Biotech Research Foundation, Russian scientists from the Northern-Eastern Federal University will reportedly study the DNA and genetics of several extinct species once native to the area. According to experts, the centre will aim "to study extinct animals from living cells and to restore such creatures as the woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, cave lion and breeds of long-gone horses". © North-Eastern Federal University Using tissue samples extracted from Siberian permafrost, the scientists seek to study animals that went extinct many thousands of years ago and, if possible, bring them back to life. The extremely low temperatures in the Siberian region have helped in preserving the soft tissue of animal remains and the DNA that the tissue cells contain. Though, extracting viable DNA would still be challenging as DNA tends to degrade over time. © Flickr Expert Dr Lena Grigorieva – who drafted plans for the centre – said: “There is no such unique material anywhere else in the world.” If the cloning and breeding are successful, there are plans for the species to roam free in Siberia's Pleistocene Park. The Yakutia district houses about 80 percent of the retrieved Pleistocene and Holocene animal samples. Even Harvard University geneticist Professor George Church might plan to inset woolly mammoth genes into an Asian elephant embryo by 2020. © Reuters Last year, scientists hit a gold mine of two perfectly preserved cave lion cubs that are reported to be 12,000 years old. As of now, there is no official date on when the lab and experiments shall commence from, but the Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to unveil the plan next week. Via: The Inquirer
  2. We've already seen a tonne of leaks and reports on the soon to come Pixel 3, but the latest ones are breath-taking. Usually, leaks are blurred or have a low picture quality, but this time, we are getting a full-fledged view of the phone in high resolution, along with the retail box. Russian blog Rozetked has managed to get its hands on what is likely to be a stolen shipment of the Pixel 3 XL, and has published all the details, images, and photos captured with the phone's camera. © Rozetked According to the leak, the Pixel 3 XL has an all-glass back, a rather tall display with a notch, and has kept the fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone. We know for sure that there's a standard Pixel 3 and an "XL" version, that's larger. We also know the date it's supposed to launch, as Google itself outed the Pixel 3's launch date as October 4. Unfortunately, the USB-C headphones and USB-C-to-audio-jack dongle suggest that the Pixel 3 XL won't have a headphone jack, and the fingerprint scanner is still on the back of the phone. © Rozetked The phone is powered by Android 9 Pie and has an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The SoC is coupled with an Adreno 630 GPU and has a display with a resolution of 2,960x1,440-pixel. Another Russian blogger who goes by the name Wylsacom, has also seemingly gotten his hands on a Pixel 3 XL, and has tweeted a lot of pictures. ÐÑодолжаем ÑкÑкÑÑÑÐ¸Ñ Ð¿Ð¾ ÐондонÑ. ÐÑна не поÑинили :( #Pixel3XL A post shared by ÐакÑим ХоÑоÑев (@khoroshev) on Aug 15, 2018 at 11:47am PDT The blogger also notes that the Pixel 3 XL comes with a high-quality camera. To show off the camera's capabilities, he took pictures with the phone and posted them on his Instagram with the hashtag #Pixel3XL. The EXIF data of the pictures show that the phone has a 12.2MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture. The front has an 8MP camera with f/1.8 aperture. Meanwhile, we haven't seen a single shot of the smaller Pixel 3, which is probably bothering you more than it should. Also, you'll have to make peace with the notch. We know that the new Pixel will have a notch after Google added native support for it in Android Pie. But the Pixel 3 has an extraordinarily huge notch, and it does seem too intrusive. Source: Rozetked
  3. Russia's President Vladimir Putin addresses Russian ambassadors and representatives to international organisations in Moscow, Russia, July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin MOSCOW: Russia on Thursday broadcast a series of videos showing the...
  4. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives at Camp Alvarado in Kabul, Afghanistan, July 9, 2018. Andrew Harnik/Pool via Reuters WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will testify before Congress to discuss Russia next week, the Republican...
  5. The 2018 FIFA World Cup drew its curtains on the watching world for the last time, as France and Croatia played out an exciting Final in front of a jam-packed crowd in Moscow and millions of television viewers all throughout the world. France beat Croatia, in what is regarded one of the best World Cup final games in history, to take home only their second title after winning their first back in 1998. As the curtains drew to a blank, we had some of the best performers in this tournament presented with individual honours. There were notably four honours up for grabs, with the Golden Glove (Best goalkeeper), Golden Boot (Top goal-scorer), Golden Ball (Best player in the Tournament) and Young Player (Best young star in the tourney). Here Are The Four Individuals Who Claimed Top Honours At The FIFA World Cup In Russia: 1. Golden Glove © Reuters Belgium's golden generation did stumble at the semi-final stage against France, but their star goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois kept his concentration even during the game for the third-place finish against England, to register a clean sheet and win the Golden Glove. It has been a terrific tournament for Courtois personally, after helping Belgium reach the semi-finals of the competition. His performances against Brazil, England, and Japan were worthy enough for him to win this accolade, but against England in the game for the third place, he kept his third clean sheet of the tournament to become the clear-cut winner of the Golden Glove. 2. Best Young Player © Reuters A 19-year-old, with two French Ligue titles to his name, a World Cup title as well as the scalps of the many defenders he tormented all throughout the tournament in Russia. If there was one player who excited all of us during the World Cup, it was undoubtedly Kylian Mbappe. Kylian Mbappe was awarded the Best Young Player at the World Cup. Mbappe scored four goals at the tournament, and his goal against Croatia in the Final proved to be the nail in the coffin. Mbappe will, however, be remembered for his emphatic performance against Argentina in the round-of-16 stage, where he won a penalty, scored two goals and was the Man of the Match, as the French sent the Argentines packing. 3. Golden Boot © Reuters Harry Kane and England had the best World Cup campaign in decades, reaching the semi-final stages. Harry Kane was very much responsible for taking England this far with his six-goals proving crucial. Majority of his goals came in the group stages, as he scored five of his six during the first three games. While his form waned as the tournament progressed, no other player could catch up to his tally of six goals. In the end, he deservedly took the Golden Boot honour, as the next competitors were Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann, and Romelu Lukaku. 4. Golden Ball © Reuters Croatia's dream run finally came to an end, and they deserve to be a proud bunch for their heroics in Russia. The team made history to reach their first ever World Cup final, but the taste turned bitter with the loss. During their excellent run, they had many star performers in all departments on the field. But orchestrating this performance was one man, Luka Modric. Modric was deservedly awarded the Golden Ball, which is given to the best player of the tournament. He was the heart and soul of this team and guided his side to the Final. This award to Modric now means that five of the last six Golden Ball winners have come from a losing hand, a list that includes the likes of Zidane, Ronaldo, Kahn, and Messi.
  6. US President Donald Trump gestures as he arrives at Helsinki-Vantaa airport in Vantaa, Finland, July 15, 2018. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger HELSINKI: On the eve of his meeting with Russia?s Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump rattled allies...
  7. Russian President Vladimir Putin on the pitch after the medals ceremony following the World Cup Final between France and Croatia in Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia, July 15, 2018. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj MOSCOW: Russia will extend its visa-free...
  8. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup winds down to its final two teams, football fans will look at the line-up for the final in Moscow and have mixed feelings about the two nations. France, for many fans and pundits, were one of the strongest teams of the tournament and were expected to do well. On the other hand, not even the die-hard Croatian fans would've dreamt of seeing their team reach their first-ever World Cup final. France arrived into this World Cup with what many claimed to be their 'golden generation' of dynamic footballers. A squad spoilt for talent with players like Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante, and Hugo Lloris - was coming into the tournament with very high expectations from their countrymen. The Les Bleus last won a World Cup on their home soil in 1998, and this time they had to beat the likes of Argentina, Uruguay, and Belgium on their way to final. © Reuters On the other side of the draw, Croatia got off to a perfect start in their group stage which included a clinical demolition of Argentina. As the knockout stage approached, the draw opened kindly for them as they battled hard past Denmark and Russia on penalties, followed by a stunning comeback against England in the semis. This generation of Croatian superstars like Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic, Ivan Perisic, and Mario Mandzukic had finally surpassed the achievements of what Croatia had fondly known as the 'golden generation of 1998' which took Croatia to their first ever World Cup semifinal. Ironically enough, that Croatian team of 1998 which had stars like Slaven Bilic, Davor Suker, Zvonimir Boban, and Robert Jarni eventually fell to France. A sense of deja-vu is ripe for French people, and a feeling of unfinished business is evident amongst the Croatian faithful. © Reuters With a repeat of the 1998 World Cup semi-final on the cards, it will most certainly be difficult to call out a clear winner in this one. Croatia will definitely come into this game as the underdogs, as they have already stepped into unchartered territory with a dream of their maiden World Cup title. Meanwhile for France, experts have proclaimed that their pool of talent has never been greater, and this indeed will be their best opportunity to win a second World Cup title. Only time will tell whether France can erase their scars of Euro 2016 and 2006 World Cup in Germany, or will Croatia take the final leap towards becoming an immortal footballing powerhouse.
  9. Carrying the hopes of their fans to emulate their 1966 success, England and their 'It's coming home' dream suffered a hapless end, following their heart-breaking 1-2 defeat at the hands of Croatia in the second semifinal of the FIFA World Cup on 12th July. The Three Lions started off really well in the first half, with Trippier scoring from a free kick in the first half, but Zlatko Dalic's men took the pitch by storm in the second half and further. Perisic headed a delicious cross by Vrsalijko into the back of the net to equalize, while Mandzukic scored the winner off Perisic's unusual assist in the 109th minute of the game. England might have been the favourites ahead of the semifinal, but it was pretty evident by the looks of it that Croatia was always in control of the game, for the last 75 minutes at least, if not since the beginning. Their mettle was too strong for England to face. Statistically speaking, Croatia was supposedly the first difficult team England played against after Belgium, and this knock-out strengthens the notion amongst football fans if England just got lucky with their fixtures to start with and subsequently reach the semifinals. © Reuters They were pooled into a group along with Tunisia, Panama, and Belgium. It was really not necessary to follow the group stage matches to say which countries qualified from this group. The only twist in the story was that the leader of the group was to play against Japan and the second would play against a stronger Columbia. The only match to look forward to in the Group G games was the one against Belgium. This match turned out to be more of an international friendly, which they lost with a 1-0 scoreline. Columbia, who were presumed to be tough opponents proved to be quite a mess with James Rodriguez absent due to an injury. Even then, the match stretched to the penalties and England managed to net more goals to qualify for the quarterfinals. © Reuters It was Sweden they faced in the quarterfinal round. On paper, Sweden is much weaker compared to England, which is fortified with young players from the leading clubs of the EPL. The Three Lions were victorious, though Sweden gave them a tough fight, with the match ending in a 2-0 goal difference. Lady luck finally eluded the English side against Croatia, cutting them off from the World Cup run. In all the matches, England wasn't really seen delivering an electrifying performance despite facing relatively easy opponents. And unsurprisingly, they faltered against a slightly difficult team, a team that was underrated all this while.
  10. How a team plays on the pitch is determined by the players' performances, and while for the most part of the tournament the focus remained on attackers and defenders, the knockout stages have brought out the importance of goalkeepers. In knockout rounds of the game, each save matters, and many goalkeepers have fought tooth and nail to keep their sides in sports, especially when the games go into penalties. This World Cup has seen a significant share of games going to penalties. While the system is a cruel one, it does put the spotlight on the keepers to show their worth. Some of them did, some tried while others utterly failed to save those spot kicks. There are also the unfortunate ones like Kasper Schmeichel and Igor Akinfeev, who despite being heroes for saving spot kicks saw their teams ousted from the tournament. In all, we look at the remaining goalkeepers of the World Cup, and one of them could win the Golden Glove at the end of the tournament. Danijel Subasic (Croatia) © Reuters Only two goalkeepers in the tournament have played two games that went into penalty shootouts. Igor Akinfeev of Russia and Danijel Subasic for Croatia, and incidentally when pitted against each other during their quarterfinal clash, it was Subasic who came out on top. The ongoing tournament has been full of prolific saves where the goalkeepers have managed to steal the limelight. But even when the competition amongst the keepers has been fierce, Subasic has managed to stand tall. Pitted against Denmark's Kasper Schmeichel, it was Subasic again who was the top goalkeeper to take his team over the line. All he needs is two more performances that win matches for his team, and a World Cup win would surely land him the ultimate Golden Glove honour. Alternatively, his performances have been so good, that even in the case of a semi-final exit, Subasic's performances so far will have his name on the list of contenders for the best goalkeeper of the tournament. Hugo Lloris (France) © Reuters The French have been far too reliant on their attacking talents to win games, and in the process, have let in few goals, that could have been avoided. In general, the French defence, mainly led by their experienced goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris have conceded more goals than they would be expected to. But Lloris has been called into action a few times, and the experienced French captain has responded well. In France's quarter-final against Uruguay, he did make some good saves, especially from a Christian Stuani shot, which could have turned the game around for the South Americans. His experience and leadership will be crucial in the next game with the threat of Belgium's lethal attackers. If France is to progress further, and even win the World Cup, then Lloris can stake his claim for the best goalkeeper of the tournament, without a doubt. Thibaut Courtois (Belgium) © Reuters Like his semifinal opponent, Hugo Lloris, Thibaut Courtois is the other goalkeeper yet to taste a penalty shoot-out in Russia. Despite that, his reputation hasn't been tarnished at all, after having an impressive tournament so far. Courtois has been a monstrous presence in goal for the Belgians and often dictates play with his stable distribution from the back. It was his presence of mind to find a teammate in the last moments of extra time against Japan in their round-of-16 clash that started the move that led to Belgium's fantastic winner. But the game against Brazil in the quarter-final proved to be his best of the tournament with him handling the shots directed by Brazil's more fluid attackers. He too, like the others on the list has a high chance of taking the Golden Glove with him back to Belgium, especially if his team are to be crowned World Champions on 15th July. Jordan Pickford (England) © Reuters Along with Daniel Subasic, he is the pick of the lot and already a top contender for the Golden Glove, with England winning the World Cup irrespective to that cause. Pickford has received praise from many corners for his total displays in the tournament, especially saving rather acrobatically against Colombia. Later in the game, which went to penalties, he became the first English goalkeeper after David Seaman to avoid a sentence in a shootout. His heroics in that game was enough to ensure England won their first ever game via a shootout, something they had never achieved before in their long history of World Cup football. Then came the test of Sweden and it was Pickford, who kept his team in the tie, with some acrobatic saves that are worthy of being called world class. First, immediately after half-time when he pushed off to his left to get a solid hand on Berg's header and then quickly after England's second goal when Sweden went looking for an immediate reply. These moments will come in handy, and if the belief of 'It's Coming Home' turns into reality, then England might as well prepare to welcome the Golden Glove as well as the Golden Boot, a race which their captain Harry Kane is leading.
  11. جب قرآن پہ پابندی لگیروس میں کمیونزم کا طوطا بولتا تھا بلکہ دنیا تو یہ کہہ رہی تھی کہ بس اب پورا ایشیا سرخ ہوجاے گا ان دنوں 1973 میں ہمارے ایک دوست ماسکو ٹریننگ کے لیے چلے گئے وہ کہتے ہے کہ جمعے کے دن میں نے دوستوں سے کہا کہ چلو جمعہ ادا کرنے کی تیاری کرتے ہیں تو انہوں نے کہا کہ یہاں مسجدوں کو گودام بنا دیا گیا ہے ایک دو مساجد کو سیاحوں کا قیام گاہ بنا دیا گیا ہے صرف دو ہی مسجد اس شہر میں بچے ہے جو کھبی بند اور کھبی کھلے ہوتے ہیں میں نے کہا آپ مجھے مساجد کا پتہ بتا دے میں وہی چلا جاتا ہوں جمعہ ادا کرنے ۔ پتہ لیکر میں مسجد تک پہنچا تو مسجد بند تھی ، مسجد کے پڑوس میں ہی ایک بندے کے ساتھ مسجد کی چابی تھی میں نے اس آدمی کو کہا کہ دروازہ کھول دو مسجد کا ، مجھے نماز پڑھنی ہے ، اس نے کہا دروازہ تو میں کھول دونگا لیکن اگر آپکو کوی نقصان پہنچا تو میں زمہ دار نہیں ہوں گا ، میں نے کہا دیکھیں جناب میں پاکستان میں بھی مسلمان تھا اور روس کے ماسکو میں بھی مسلمان ہی ہوں پاکستان کے کراچی میں بھی نماز ادا کرتا تھا اور روس کے ماسکو میں بھی نماز ادا کروں گا چاہے کچھ بھی ہوجاے ۔ اس نے مسجد کا دروازہ کھولا تو اندر مسجد کا ماحول بہت خراب تھا میں نے جلدی جلدی صفائی کی اور مسجد کی حالت اچھی کرنے کی کوشیش کرنے لگا کام سے فارغ ہونے کے بعد میں نے بلند آواز سے آزان دی ۔۔۔۔۔ آزان کی آواز سن کر بوڑھے بچے مرد عورت جوان سب مسجد کے دروازے پہ جمع ہوے کہ یہ کون ہے جس نے موت کو آواز دی ۔۔۔۔ لیکن مسجد کے اندر کوی بھی نہیں آیا،۔۔۔۔ خیر میں نے جمعہ تو ادا نہیں کیا کیونکہ اکیلا ہی تھا بس ظہر کی نماز ادا کی اور مسجد سے باہر آگیا جب میں جانے لگا تو لوگ مجھے ایسے دیکھ رہے تھے جیسے کہ میں نماز ادا کرکہ باہر نہیں نکلا بلکہ دنیا کا کویی نیا کام متعارف کرواکر مسجد سے نکلا، ایک بچہ میرے پاس آیا اور کہا کہ آپ ہمارے گھر چاۓ پینے آے ۔ اسکے لہجے میں حلوص ایسا تھا کہ میں انکار نہ کرسکا میں انکے ساتھ گیا تو گھر میں طرح طرح کے پکوان بن چکے تھے اور میرے آنے پہ سب بہت خوش دکھائی دے رہے تھے میں نے کھانا کھایا چاے پی تو ایک بچہ ساتھ بیٹھا ہوا تھا میں نے اس سے پوچھا آپکو قرآن پاک پڑھنا آتا ہے ۔ ؟ بچے نے کہا جی بلکل قرآن پاک تو ہم سب کو آتا ہے ، میں نے جیب سے قرآن کا چھوٹا نسحہ نکالا اور کہا یہ پڑھ کر سناو مجھے ۔۔۔ بچے نے قرآن کو دیکھا اور مجھے دیکھا پھر قرآن کو دیکھا اور ماں باپ کو دیکھ کر دروازے کو دیکھا پھر مجھے دیکھا ۔ میں نے سوچا اس کو قرآن پڑھنا نھی آتا لیکن اس نے کہا کیوں کہ اسکو قرآن پڑھنا آتا ہے ۔ میں نے کہا بیٹا یہ دیکھو قرآن کی اس آیت پہ انگلی يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آَمَنُوا قُوا أَنْفُسَكُمْ وَأَهْلِيكُمْ رکھی تو وہ فر فر بولنے لگا بنا قرآن کو دیکھے ہی ۔۔۔۔ مجھے حیرت کا ایک شدید جھٹکا لگا کہ یہ تو قرآن کو دیکھے بنا ہی پڑھنے لگا میں نے اسکے والدین سے کہا " حضرات یہ کیا معاملہ ہے ؟ انہوں نے مسکرا کر کہا " دراصل ہمارے پاس قرآن پاک موجود نہیں کسی کے گھر سے قرآن پاک کے آیت کا ایک ٹکڑا بھی مل جاے تو اس تمام حاندان کو پھانسی کی سزا دے دی جاتی ھے اس وجہ سے ہم لوگ قرآن پاک نہیں رکھتے گھروں میں " " تو پھر اس بچے کو قرآن کس نے سکھایا کیونکہ قرآن پاک تو کسی کے پاس ہے ہی نہیں " میں نے مزید حیران ہوکر کہا " ہمارے پاس قرآن کے کئ حافظ ہے کوئی درزی ہے کوی دکاندار کوئ سبزی فروش کوئی کسان ہم انکے پاس اپنے بچے بھیج دیتے ہے محنت مزدوری کے بہانے ۔۔۔۔ وہ انکو الحمد اللہ سے لیکر والناس تک زبانی قرآن پڑھاتے ہیں ایک وقت ایسا آجاتا ہے کہ وہ حافظ قرآن بن جاتے ہے کسی کے پاس قرآن کا نسحہ ہے نہیں اسلیئے ہماری نیی نسل کو ناظرہ نہیں آتا بلکہ اس وقت ہمارے گلیوں میں آپکو جتنے بھی بچے دکھائی دے رہے ہیں یہ سب کے سب حافظ قرآن ہے ۔ یہی وجہ ہے جب آپ نے اس بچے کے سامنے قرآن رکھا تو اسکو پڑھنا نہیں آیا ناظرہ کرکہ لیکن جب آپ نے آیت سنائی تو وہ فر فر بولنے لگا اگر آپ نہ روکتے تو یہ سارا قرآن ہی پڑھ کر سنا دیتا ۔ وہ نوجوان کہتا ہے کہ میں نے قرآن کا ایک نہیں کئ ہزار معجزے اس دن دیکھے ، جس معاشرے میں قرآن پہ پابندی لگا دی گئ تھی رکھنے پہ ، اس معاشرے کے ہر ہر بچے بوڑھے مرد عورت کے سینوں میں قرآن حفظ ہوکر رہ گیا تھا میں جب باہر نکلا تو کئ سو بچے دیکھے اور ان سے قرآن سننے کی فرمائش کی تو سب نے قرآن سنا دی ، میں نے کہا " لوگوں ۔۔۔۔۔! تم نے قرآن رکھنے پہ پابندی لگا دی لیکن جو سینے میں قرآن مجید محفوظ ہے اس پہ پابندی نہ لگا سکے ۔تب مجھے احساس ہوا کہ اللہ پاک کے اس ارشاد کا کیا مطلب ہے إِنَّا نَحنُ نَزَّلْنَا الذِّكرَ وَإِنَّا لَهُ لَحَافِظُونَ ::: بے شک یہ ذِکر (قران) ہم نے نازل فرمایا ہے اور بے شک ہم ہی اس کی حفاظت کرنے والے ہیں احباب سے پرزور اپیل ہے کہ اس تحریر کو دل کھول کہ شیئر کریں آپکا ایک سینکڈ لگے گا اور لوگوں کے علم میں اضافہ ہوگا اور اس کارخیر کا سبب آپ بنو گے... جی ہاں آپ
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