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  1. According to initial reports, the car seemed to have been over-speeding due to which it lost control. Photo: FacebookTwo people were killed on Sunday when a car plunged deep into the sea in the city's Defence Housing Authority (DHA) phase 8 area. Police confirmed the identity of the dead persons, Mohammad Iftikhar, 60, and Danial Aziz, 20. Iftikhar was teaching Daniyal how to drive in the ground adjacent to the sea when the car sped out of control. It plunged into the sea, resulting in their deaths. Police, Rangers and rescue teams arrived on the spot as soon as the incident came to light. The white coloured car was pulled out of the sea from a crane as the two persons were taken to a hospital in critical condition. Police said Danial and Iftikhar passed away while they were being treated at the hospital. Danial was a resident of Qayyumabad while Iftikhar lived in Akhtar Colony.
  2. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/b9850ca300fad13e3e879c8a3df15e49.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMTcvMjAxOSA2OjU4OjQzIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9SlVCVEw2aDFsdTB5TFQ2NTRxbGJZUT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x...
  3. Imagine losing anything in the Pacific Ocean! Most of us would write it off and forget about the item we lost. That's what happened to surfer Robert Bainter when he lost his Apple Watch while body surfing a large wave. He picked up his arm and his Apple Watch was missing. © YouTube Bainter surfs at Huntington Beach, California and was able to reunite with his lost Apple Watch six months later. The shocking thing about his discovery was that the Apple Watch was still working even after being lost at sea for six months. © Pexels Robert Bainter told KTLA 5 TV “This thing has been my good luck charm, I would use it quite often to show the surf and how fast you were going. It would even show you where you were on the beach.” Bainter used Apple's Find My iPhone app to find his Apple Watch every time he visited the same beach. However, he could not find it in time and six months had passed. He got an unlikely call from a man who said he had found his watch. It was found almost 5 KMs away from where he originally lost the Apple Watch. © Pexels The Apple Watch was able to survive deep undersea for six months however prolonged exposure to salt water made the screen a bit hazy. The Apple Watch comes with a Water Lock mode which basically seals up all the ports to avoid entry of water. It can only be disabled by scrolling on the dial as it ejects any excess water in the ports. It is possible that when Bainter's Apple Watch was lost at sea, the mode might have been turned on when he was surfing. *Images for representation purposes only. Source: KTLA 5 TV
  4. The richest man in Taiwan has recently thrown himself in the presidential race and has a terrific reason as to why he decided to do so in the first place. Terry Gou, whose company Foxconn is known for building iPhones in China, is now going to run for presidential elections in Taiwan because a sea goddess by the name of Mazu has told him "to step forward and do something for the people of Taiwan" and we're really confused with this piece of information at the moment. © CNN If Gou is selected for the opposition party Kuomintang, as a presidential candidate then he will withdraw from daily operations of his $8 billion net worth company Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision. Currently, Foxconn is the largest electronics manufacturer majorly providing parts for Apple and Huawei. The company is widely involved in China where it employs a large amount of people to work for it. If selected as the president in 2020, Gou will works towards strengthening Taiwan's economy and straightening out the complicated relations Taiwan shares with China. © Unsplash That's all great for Taiwan we suppose but we're still confused about how he got in touch with the sea goddess who gave him this piece of wisdom in the first place. Apparently Gou announced his candidacy after visiting a temple in Taipei, which is dedicated to the Taoist goddess, Mazu, who is the guardian angel of seafarers. Gou openly declared proudly that MAzu had given him her blessings for candidacy and told him he must stand for the position. © Reuters "If Mazu says that you should step up, it is not in order to make money or for personal enjoyment, I tell you, I am like a godson to Mazu ... I will definitely respect and follow Mazu's will." Gou told an international publication in an interview. "I am not willing to accept being appointed (without being elected), I am definitely not willing to accept being appointed. If elected, I will represent the Kuomintang in the 2020 contest," he added. © CNN Well, we thought India was ridden by religious overbearing norms and rituals and 'obeying the God' you believe in to put forth ones political agenda's as mere whims but Taiwan isn't far behind either. Well, all we can say is we hope Gou follows through with the presidential elections and if he comes to power uses logic and rationale along with the sea goddess's Talisman's to bring changes in Taiwan as he deems fit.
  5. China has officially opened the world's longest sea-crossing bridge, a 55-km-long structure linking mainland China to the semi-autonomous territories of Hong Kong and Macau. The travel time via the bridge has been reduced to just 30-45 minutes and the megastructure is being celebrated as an engineering marvel. The project cost about a whopping US$ 20 billion and while it holds the record of being the longest sea bridge, it also has a few unique additions that include cameras to detect yawning, forcing drivers to wear heart rate monitors and access restricted to the political elite and charity donors. © SCMP To start with, driving across the bridge will force you to wear their heart rate and blood pressure sensors and all the information will be sent to the bridge's control centre. According to local media in Hong Kong, "yawning cameras" will be constantly monitoring the driver, and if one yawns more than three times in 20 seconds, an alert will be raised. In China, people drive on the right side of the road, while Hong Kong drives on the left, hence a “flipper bridge” called the Pearl River Necklace was chosen, where cars stop, change sides at a specially built merge point and then drive onto Hong Kong. © SCMP The bridge is not open to the general public though, as only the wealthy and politically connected are permitted to drive. The authorities shall be issuing 10,000 licenses for Hong Kong-based private cars, while the capacity for Macau is capped at just 300. If you don't have a permit, you'll have to use public transport to reach the bridge and then shift to a private bus that runs on the bridge. The whole project is not just a bridge though, as to facilitate passing of large ships through the area, a four-mile-long section of the bridge dips down beneath the water. © SCMP While engineers have hailed the project to be a marvel, political watchdogs have criticized the project, because this is considered to be to an agenda to connect Hong Kong and Macau with the rest of mainland China. The bridge's opening also comes a month after the inauguration of a new high-speed rail link from Hong Kong to mainland China, that runs along a different, shorter route.
  6. Marine measurecounter USS Ardent (MCM -12) cruises in the Arabian Sea May 13, 2013. Photo: AFPABU DHABI: In the waters of the Arabian Sea, a vast "dead zone" the size of Scotland is expanding and scientists say climate change may be to blame.In his...
  7. Credit: Yemane G. Meskel, @hawelti, Minister of Information, EritreaADDIS ABABA: Landlocked Ethiopia wants to make the re-opening of two roads connecting it to two of Eritrea?s Red Sea ports a priority in the two nations? reconciliation...
  8. A reef in Spratly islands, one of the disputed locations in the South China Sea. Photo; AFP file SINGAPORE: A Chinese general Saturday lashed out at "irresponsible comments" on Beijing's military build-up in the South China Sea after the US...
  9. A reef in Spratly islands, one of the disputed locations in the South China Sea. Photo; AFP file SINGAPORE: A Chinese general Saturday lashed out at "irresponsible comments" on Beijing's military build-up in the South China Sea after the US...
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  11. Source: AccuWeatherA new tropical threat is brewing in the Arabian Sea this week on the heels of the deadly Cyclone Sagar, which killed dozens in Somalia with its heavy rain and destructive winds. The new cyclone, which is already taking shape...
  12. A woman wets her burqa to cool her father's head outside the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) in Karachi, Pakistan, June 24, 2015. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro/Files KARACHI: The sweltering heatwave in the city and elsewhere in Sindh is likely...
  13. China's first domestically developed aircraft carrier departs Dalian, Liaoning province, China May 13, 2018. Photo: Reuters 1BEIJING: China?s first domestically developed aircraft carrier left its northeastern port to begin sea trials on Sunday,...
  14. China's first domestically developed aircraft carrier departs Dalian, Liaoning province, China May 13, 2018. Photo: Reuters 1BEIJING: China?s first domestically developed aircraft carrier left its northeastern port to begin sea trials on Sunday,...
  15. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi speaking at the International Maritime Symposium at Bahria University. Photo: Geo NewsISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says greater efforts are being made for the optimal exploitation of...
  16. ATHENS: More refugees and migrants crossed into Greece over its land border with Turkey than came by sea in April, the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday, calling on the Greek authorities to improve reception facilities there.The...
  17. Photo: FileEven if humanity stops global warming in its tracks at two degrees Celsius, long seen as the guardrail for a climate-safe world, Arctic sea ice will still disappear in some years, scientists have warned.Holding the line at 1.5°C,...
  18. PNS Aslat with the seized cache of narcotics. -PN ISLAMABAD: A Pakistan Navy (PN) ship operating in the North Arabian Sea seized a huge cache of drugs while undertaking maritime security operations in Pakistan's exclusive economic zone (EEZ), said a press from the PN. PNS Aslat seized 5,000kgs of hashish, valued at millions of dollars, after conducting a complex and risky operation involving surveillance in the area. The seizure was the result of a special operation. "After gathering credible evidence, Special Warfare teams of PNS Aslat boarded the suspected vessel, undertook a search operation and seized 5,000kgs of Hashish," said the PN statement. The seized narcotics and suspects were later handed over to the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA). "The success of Pakistan Navy ship in interrupting the flow of narcotics highlights the importance accorded by Pakistan Navy in patrolling the waters of North Indian Ocean to ensure a free flow of legitimate commerce and deny the use of high seas to terrorists and all associated miscreants," added the PN statement. PN Special Warfare team conducting the search and seize operation. -PN PNS Aslat is a F-22P frigate capable of undertaking a wide variety of combat as well as full spectrum maritime security operations at sea. The ship was deployed as part of the Multinational Combined Task Force-150 (CTF-150), which is part of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Task Force-150 is mandated to ensure maritime security to prevent terrorism and associated illegal activities.
  19. 'Deep Blue Sea' is finally back with a sequel after almost 20 years, and this time the sharks are smarter than the last time. The first movie came out on 1999 and is mainly remembered for one thing – Samuel L. Jackson getting straight wrecked by a shark. And, now the wait for a highly anticipated sequel is over. What's worse than a huge killing machine? A huge killing machine with the brains to outsmart a human, and that's basically the premise of this movie. 'Deep Blue Sea 2' stars Dannielle Savre as shark conservationist Dr. Misty Calhoun, a scientist who has a lot of concerns about billionaire Carl Durant's experiments on bull sharks. Well, obviously, why even conduct any kind of experiments on a freaking shark? The trailer shows that Calhoun's scepticism about Durant's experiments is obviously reasonable, since the sharks failed to obey anyone and instead went on a flesh-eating rampage. Wow, who would have thought that? How did messing with sharks not end well? Apparently, Durant has genetically altered the sharks to make them full of “teeth, muscle, and killer instincts”, but isn't that every shark ever, though? The sequel doesn't feature any of the original cast, and even the sharks featured through bad CGI are bull sharks instead of mako sharks like the first one. But, despite that, the storyline seems quite similar; even though experiments are being done on the sharks are performed with the ultimate goal of unlocking human potential rather than finding a cure to Alzheimer's. When will people understand that nothing good will come out of trying to make sharks 'smarter'? Will they just kill you in more creative ways? While a lot of people are referring to this movie as 'the sequel no one wanted', my main problem with it is the fact that it wasn't called 'Deep Blue Sequel'. Let's be real, that's such a big wasted opportunity. The movie will get a direct release on DVD and Blu-ray later this year. Check out the trailer:
  20. SHANGHAI: A US Navy destroyer this week sailed near the Scarborough Shoal, a disputed lagoon claimed by China in the South China Sea, US officials said on Saturday, and Beijing vowed to take ?necessary measures? to protect what it said was its sovereignty. China?s foreign ministry said USS Hopper missile destroyer came within 12 nautical miles off Huangyan island, better known as the Scarborough Shoal and subject to a rival claim by the Philippines, a historic ally of the United States. It was the latest US.naval operation challenging extensive Chinese claims in the South China Sea and came even as U.S. President Donald Trump?s administration seeks Chinese cooperation in dealing with North Korea?s missile and nuclear programs. Two US officials confirmed that the USS Hopper had sailed within 12 nautical miles of Scarborough Shoal, a rocky outcrop and prime fishing spot due to its bountiful catches and calm waters. With a permanent presence of large coastguard vessels, China blockaded the Scarborough Shoal for more than four years but ended that in October 2016 at the request of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who said Filipino fishermen were suffering. The US officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the patrol was in line with international law and was an ?innocent passage,? in which a warship effectively recognizes a territorial sea by crossing it quickly, without stopping. Twelve nautical miles is an internationally recognised territorial limit. Though located within the Philippines? 200 nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone, an international tribunal in 2016 ruled that the Scarborough Shoal is a traditional fishing ground that no one country has sole rights to exploit. The US military says it carries out ?freedom of navigation? operations throughout the world, including in areas claimed by allies, and that they are separate from political considerations. The Pentagon did not directly comment on the latest patrol but said such operations are routine. ?All operations are conducted in accordance with international law and demonstrate that the United States will fly, sail and operate wherever international law allows,? Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Logan said. The US military put countering China and Russia at the centre of a new national defence strategy unveiled on Friday. China criticized the strategy, saying Beijing sought ?global partnership, not global dominance.? Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the USS Hopper violated China?s sovereignty and security interests and threatened the safety of Chinese vessels and personnel. Lu said the Chinese navy ordered the vessel to withdraw after determining its identity. The United States has criticized China for constructing islands and military installations in the South China Sea, saying they could be used to restrict free movement in a critical global trade route. Lu said China ?firmly opposes? efforts to use freedom of navigation as an excuse to hurt its sovereignty and urged the United States to ?correct its mistakes.? China?s defence ministry said the repeated dispatch of U.S. warships to the region was ?undermining regional peace and stability? and hurting bilateral relations. The Philippines has sparred with China for decades over what it says is aggressive conduct at the Scarborough Shoal. But in Duterte, China has found an unlikely new ally who prefers to avoid confrontation. ?We do not wish to be part of a US-China intramural. The United States can take care of its own interest,? Duterte?s spokesman, Harry Roque, said on Sunday. He said the Manila?s claim over the Scarborough Shoal ?is recognised under our constitutional law and international law?. Greg Poling, a South China Sea expert at Washington?s Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank, said the Pentagon appeared determined to keep up regular freedom of navigation patrols in the sea, with one every six weeks or so, in spite of Chinese objections. ?The last made public was in October, but we should expect that there was at least one other in the interim,? he said. ?The only time word is getting out these days is if Beijing makes an issue of it.?
  21. A Pegasus Airlines aircraft is pictured after it skidded off the runway at Trabzon airport by the Black Sea in Trabzon, Turkey, January 14, 2018. Ihlas News Agency (IHA) via REUTERS ISTANBUL: A Pegasus Airlines flight skidded off the runway of a Turkish coastal airport and plunged down a steep slope on the edge of the Black Sea, ending up only meters from the water?s edge. None of the 168 people on board was hurt in the incident, but passengers spoke of panic as the aircraft tipped nose first towards the sea. Just after the flight from Ankara landed at the Black Sea city of Trabzon there was a loud noise, Fatma Gordu was quoted as saying by the state-run Anadolu news agency. ?We tilted on the side and the front of the plane went down and the back of went up,? she said. ?There was a huge panic, people were shouting.? When the plane came to a halt in thick mud, passengers smelt fuel. ?We thought there would be fire,? Gordu said. ?People panicked - there were pregnant women and children.? Video on social media showed fire crews pumping water over the plane on Saturday night. ?It was a miracle,? said another passenger, Yuksel Gordu. ?We could have burned, we could have exploded or we could have gone into the sea.? Trabzon governor Yucel Yavuz said all passengers were safely taken off the plane and some had gone to hospital as a precaution. ?They were all OK,? he told Anadolu. Pegasus Airlines said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft ?had a runway excursion incident? as it landed but the 162 passengers, two pilots and four cabin crew were unhurt.
  22. A Pegasus Airlines aircraft is pictured after it skidded off the runway at Trabzon airport by the Black Sea in Trabzon, Turkey, January 14, 2018. ? Muhammed Kacar/Dogan News Agency handout via Reuters ANKARA: A passenger plane late Saturday skidded off the runway just metres away from the sea as it landed at an airport in northern Turkey, local media images showed. The Pegasus Airlines flight had taken off smoothly from the capital Ankara and landed in Trabzon, but skidded off the runway in the northern airport. No one was injured or killed in the landing. Dramatic images from CNN Turk broadcaster showed the plane dangerously hanging off a cliff several metres (feet) from the Black Sea, its wheels stuck in the mud. Other images from Dogan news agency showed smoke emanating from the trapped plane. Pegasus Airlines confirmed in a statement Sunday there were no injuries among the 162 passengers onboard as well as two pilots and four cabin crew after they were evacuated. The cause of the incident was not known but an investigation is under way, the Trabzon governor's office said. One of the passengers, Fatma Gordu, panic erupted onboard during the landing. "We tilted to the side, the front was down while the plane´s rear was up. There was panic; people shouting, screaming," she told state-run news agency Anadolu. The airport was temporarily shut before reopening on Sunday morning.
  23. KARACHI: The Sindh Bar Council announced Monday night their decision to protest the case made against a lawyer ? who was arrested for allegedly misbehaving with police officials near Sea View a few days ago but was subsequently bailed out ? condemning it and calling a strike today (Tuesday), Geo News reported. Lawyer who misbehaved with police in Karachi released on bail The man was arrested earlier on charges of obstructing justice and threatening police officers The move was announced by the Council's Secretary, who, in his statement, said the body has unanimously made the decision. The Council has demanded the case against lawyer Shams-ul-Islam be retracted. However, officials of the Council did not return the calls made by Geo.tv. A video surfaced last week on social media, wherein Islam can be seen behaving rudely with the security officials in the city's Sea View area and then speeding away. According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Javed Akbar, the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) were on their regular rounds on Dr. Abdul Sattar Edhi road for snap-checking to prevent speedsters and racing-related incidents in the area. "His behaviour can be seen in the video, we all can tell whose behaviour was inappropriate," Akbar explained. A case was registered against the offender, with charges listed against him comprising obstruction of justice and threatening police officers, the LEAs disclosed. Video shows motorist misbehaving with Karachi police Citizen lost his temper when stopped by police officials on Sea View In addition, police said Islam was driving with a fake registration plate on his car ? which can be identified as an Audi. Islam ? who allegedly drove off after misbehaving with the police ? said he was not racing since "there was no competitor" and questioned the police officials' presence at the spot when "the whole of DHA was exposed". "They arrested me, put handcuffs on me without a warrant," he said, claiming that he had filed a petition against Akbar's brother and the police officer had tried to exact revenge against him for doing so.
  24. KARACHI: A lawyer ? who reportedly misbehaved with police a few days ago and caused a ruckus near Sea View ? was arrested late Saturday night, police sources said, adding that he was detained from the metropolis' Defence locale. In a video doing rounds on the social media, the lawyer ? identified by the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) as Shams-ul-Islam ? can be seen behaving rudely with the security officials in the city's Sea View area and then speeding away. According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Javed Akbar, LEAs were on their regular rounds on Dr Abdul Sattar Edhi road for snap-checking to prevent speedsters and racing-related incidents in the area. Video shows motorist misbehaving with Karachi police Citizen lost his temper when stopped by police officials on Sea View Islam, however, drove off after the argument. A case has been registered against the offender, with charges listed against him comprising obstruction of justice and threatening police officers, LEAs disclosed. In addition, police said Islam was driving with a fake registration plate on his car ? which can be identified as an Audi. According to Islam's comments the day the incident took place, he had said he was already slowing down due to a speed breaker when police officials stopped his vehicle by banging on the bonnet. To that, he had responded, "How do you know what the background is?" Islam then added that he was not racing since "there was no competitor" and questioned the police officials' presence at the spot when "the whole of DHA was exposed". Islam had also claimed that the police officials present at the picket were harassing citizens and there was no wrongdoing on his part. Earlier, in a statement, Akbar had said it was not right for Islam to behave in the manner he did and, if there were reservations or complaints, he should have approached a senior officer to lodge a complaint. "His behaviour can be seen in the video, we all can tell whose behaviour was inappropriate." The police officer had added that an inquiry into the incident will be conducted and action be taken against those responsible.
  25. Zafir Khan, 18, was shot dead and his friend injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3 KARACHI: Police on Wednesday released three suspects in Zafir Khan murder case for want of evidence, Geo News reported. Zafir Khan, 18, was shot dead and his friend injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3. Police had arrested Khawar Burni, the prime suspect, along with some other suspects for their involvement in the murder with the help of CCTV footage of the incident. The police submitted a report to Judicial Magistrate South declaring three suspects, Hassan Burni, Haider Hussain and Raza Burni, as not guilty. An investigation officer in the case told the court that the police found no evidence to try the aforementioned in the murder case. The officer asked that the suspects be released as eyewitness also did not identify them as accomplices. Main suspect identified in Sea View killing case Three prosecution witnesses pointed out suspects Abdul Rehman and Khawar Burney The court approved the police application, following which the three were released today. The police also told the court that two suspects, Khawar Burni and Abdul Rehman, were on judicial remand. The incident Eyewitnesses said four people were on their way on Sunday, Dec 3, in a car from Do Darya in DHA's Phase 8 when they reportedly hit a sports bike from behind and sped away. A few moments later, their car was chased down, stopped by a double-cabin vehicle ? which was escorting the injured biker ? and was fired upon by people from inside. Police said that after allegedly firing at least nine times at the car, the men in the vehicle climbed out and beat up the passengers.
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