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  1. The quadcopter had intruded 700 metres into the Pakistan side of the Line of Control, says ISPR
  2. As countries ease restrictions in an effort to restart their economies investors are becoming anxious about a second wave of infections
  3. Wahab said Sindh government requested its federal counterpart to provide quarantine facilities at Karachi airport
  4. Sindh has reported the most number of confirmed coronavirus cases, with Karachi the worst affected city with 15 patients
  5. Djokovic owns a perfect 14-0 record this season after winning a title for Serbia at the ATP Cup followed by a record-extending eighth Australian Open crown
  6. Jason Roy 73 not out for Quetta Gladiators, Wahab Riaz takes two wickets for Peshawar Zalmi
  7. Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra welcomed their daughter into this world on February 15th through surrogacy
  8. None of us can claim to have never tasted defeat. Though I wonât deny that it might secretly be every winnerâs most earnest desire to keep up the winning streak, but as we know, life isnât a cakewalk, and knows of the most definite ways of maintaining equilibrium. Which basically means, you and I have tasted our shares of failures and perhaps also fallen short of making it to the top by a decimal point. And unfortunately for us, nobody ever really cares to look past the winnerâs gold medal and into the eyes of the runner-up - that would be you and me. Amen to that. However, when I happened to stumble upon the trailer of Har Kisse Ke Hisse Kaamyaab, something, no, strike that, everything about this film hit me right in the feels. If you have ever known what itâs like to stand at the runner-upâs spot, or have been introduced as âjust a friendâ by a potential crush, you know the feeling and thatâs reason enough for you to read this. 1. Overshadowed By Glamour So you made that stellar PPT for the team presentation but the âbest employeeâ took the trophy when it came to presenting it? You went out of your way by âbeing thereâ for that girl-friend you hoped to make your girlfriend until she called you her best friend instead? © Red-Chillies Well, going by the Kaamyaab trailer, the same goes for the âsecond most popularâ thing that makes Hindi films such successes - the sidekicks and promising character actors who never get their dues despite their great work when it comes to name, fame and money. 2. Adding Colour To The Bigger Picture I mean, letâs face it. Where would these winners be without the likes of us? It is because we are there to charge them and push them to do better that they even make it to the top just ahead of us. If there isnât anyone to take up the second spot, who even is a winner? *Sour Grapes Alert* © Red-Chillies Such is the case of yesteryear âsuperstarâ sidekick Sudheer, who added so much flavour and dimension to the films he acted in, and yet leads a life of obscurity with little recognition from that one (out the 499) film that got him a âmemorableâ dialogue. Because of course, who remembers a sidekick despite how he helped make that movie a success? 3. The Official Face Of Bigger & Better You know, people should give us more credit for never really losing our heart and giving up. I mean, of course it sucks, missing the top spot and all the âstarry eyesâ that follows it, but really have you ever seen a runner-up giving up the fight? Right, you havenât because thatâs not how weâre wired. © Red-Chillies We love a good fight, and whether we make it to the top or not, we always believe in improving our game, and breaking our personal records. Though just like Sudheer, we keep secretly hoping someday people will notice our achievements and contributions too. 4. The Badshah Of Dashed Hopes However, all that said, more often than not, people seem to look right through us. As if that decimal point is a difference of hundreds, the presentation didnât mean as much as the speaker or the best friend is all but a caretaker, a cushion. © Red-Chillies In Sudheerâs quest to star in the 500th film, create a personal record and gain a sense of achievement, he has a lot more to lose than just his hopes. 5. Making Peace With Our Share Despite what weâd rather believe instead, we are pretty practical and know how the society works and what it prioritises. So we do what we have to do, and end up making peace with the ways of the world. © Red-Chillies Though it would be a lie to say that we donât continue to look for ways to challenge peopleâs stunted worldview, because we do and shall continue to do it till the end of time, or until runner-ups get the love and respect they deserve. View the full article
  9. Abdullah, who serves as Afghanistan´s "chief executive" under Ghani in a tense power-sharing arrangement, said his team was "the victor".
  10. Indian actress Lisa Haydon is now a proud mother of two sons
  11. JUI-F leader says protests will be held on Feb 23 in Karachi, March 1 in Islamabad and March 19 in Lahore
  12. Security Council briefed by UN secretariat about situation on ground in occupied Kashmir. Photo: File NEW YORK: The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) met for the second time in less than six months behind closed doors to discuss the alarming situation in Indian occupied Kashmir. In August last year, the Security Council had met for the first time in over five decades, to discuss the critical human rights situation in the occupied valley. After the meeting, Chinese Ambassador Zhang Jun spoke to journalists confirming that the Security Council had met to review the situation in the occupied valley. “We had a meeting on Jammu and Kashmir,” Jun said, adding the 15-member Council was briefed by the UN secretariat on the situation on the ground. The Department of Peace Operations and the Department of Political and Peace-building Affairs briefed the UN Security Council on the situation in Kashmir, followed by a discussion on the situation among Council members in which all of them participated. India backtracking on Kashmir talks, Pakistan remains committed: FM Qureshi China has long voiced concern over the situation in occupied Kashmir and had requested the UNSC along with Pakistan to hold the meeting. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also attended the UN meeting in New York before jetting off to Washington later in the evening. The Chinese envoy said Qureshi had penned letters to the Security Council drawing its attention to the situation in Kashmir, where the people were suffering under a repressive military lockdown with all communications links cutoff since August 5. “The issue of India and Pakistan is always on the agenda of the Security Council," the Chinese ambassador said, pointing out that "recently, we have also seen some tensions” When asked what was China’s position on the situation in Kashmir, Jun said, “Our position is very clear. China regards Kashmir as a territory disputed between India and Pakistan and supports UN resolutions calling for the exercise by Kashmiri people of their right to self-determination through a UN-supervised plebiscite.” Read also: UNSC meets on situation in occupied Kashmir, urges parties to 'refrain from unilateral action' “I am sure the meeting helped both parties to understand the risk of further escalation and will encourage them to approach to each other and to have dialogue and to seek means to seek solutions through dialogues,” he added. Senior Russian diplomat Dmitry Polyanskiy who also attended the session tweeted after the meeting that the 15-member body had discussed the contentious Indian-administered region, where New Delhi has been accused of abuses against its mostly-Muslim population. “UNSC discussed Kashmir in closed consultations,” said Polyanskiy. “Russia firmly stands for the normalisation of relations between India and Pakistan. We hope that differences between them will be settled through bilateral efforts based on the 1972 Simla Agreement and the 1999 Lahore Declaration,” he added.
  13. Notorious script-writer Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has cooked up a storm and fallen prey to immense backlash after it was revealed that he has tied the knot for the second time. The writer who was previously called out for his highly misogynistic remarks in an interview earlier has reportedly gotten married to actress Eshal Fayaz who plays a leading role in drama serial Kaaf Kangana. In a recent interview with famed journalist Sohail Warraich, it was confirmed by Khalil’s family that he has in fact tied the knot. During an appearance on Geo News talk show Aik Din Geo Kay Sath Sohail, Khalil’s first wife, while lavishing praises on her husband said that he is a very caring husband and father. When Sohail Warraich inquires about the fact that Khalil has now married for the second time, she said, “Yeh 24 hours hamaray sath hi hotay hain, beech main ghatna do ghanta jatay hain [He spends time with us all day, and goes (to her) for just an hour or two in between].” Khalil’s daughter then said sarcastically, “Beech main ghaib ho jatay hain [He disappears all of a sudden]," hinting that he goes to time to spend time with his second wife. While Khalil's family did not mention Eshal, they did however confirm that he has gotten married for the second time indeed. Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar’s recent piece of work Mere Paas Tum Ho is currently on-air and has drawn considerable amount of flak for its portrayal of women in the society. Now, people are slamming the writer for his hypocrisy and for him being a womanizer, something which even his wife agreed to saying, “Aurton k har waqt call aati hai, aur kuch yeh bhi dil phaink hain. [Women call him all the time, and he too is a womanizer.]” Watch the full interview here
  14. LOS ANGELES: The Oscars will again go without a host next month, repeating a format credited with boosting ratings last year, US network ABC confirmed Wednesday. "Together with the Academy, we have decided there will be no traditional host, repeating for us what worked last year," ABC entertainment president Karey Burke told a television summit near Los Angeles, according to showbiz website Deadline Hollywood. "[It will have] huge entertainment values, big musical numbers, comedy and star power." An ABC spokeswoman confirmed the report to AFP. Last year, the Oscars decided to go without a host -- the first time in three decades -- after their original choice Kevin Hart pulled out when old homophobic tweets of his resurfaced. In the end the event was considered a success and the show enjoyed a year-on-year increase in ratings. The host-less format has not always been so well received, however. The previous time the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences tried it, one of the most infamous moments in Oscars history was born: an awkward song-and-dance number featuring actor Rob Lowe and... Snow White. The Oscars are handed out on February 9.
  15. A labourer drinks water as another looks on on a hot summer day at a grain market in Chandigarh, India, April 19, 2016. REUTERS/Ajay Verma/Files2019 was the second hottest year on record and ended the hottest decade in history, the European Union's climate monitoring service said Wednesday. Data released by the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) showed that worldwide temperatures last year were second only to 2016, in which temperatures were boosted 0.12°C by an exceptionally strong El Nino natural weather event. The average temperature in 2019 was only a few hundredths of a degree below the 2016 level. The last five years have been the hottest on record, and the period of 2010-2019 was the hottest decade since records began, C3S said. Did you know all of world's 15 hottest places are in Pakistan and India? Globally temperatures in 2019 were 0.6 Celsius warmer than the 1981-2010 average. Earth's temperature over the last five years was 1.1-1.2°C warmer than pre-industrial times. Last year was Europe's hottest ever. "2019 has been another exceptionally warm year, in fact the second warmest globally in our data set, with many of the individual months breaking records," said Carlo Buontempo, head of C3S. Also read: Heatwave hits Australia with hottest day on record 2019 was just 0.04°C cooler than 2016, which saw temperatures boosted by a once-in-a-century strength El Nino. 'Alarming signs'C3S also said that atmospheric carbon concentrations continued to rise in 2019, reaching their highest levels on record. Earlier this month, the European Commission (EC) Directorate-General for Environment (DG ENV) shared a "dramatic picture" and urged for action, saying "#ClimateCrisis & #NatureCrisis impact all of us". Separately, the EC Directorate-General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA) had said scientists around the world had repeatedly sounded the alarms on climate crisis and biodiversity loss. It said "to restore, preserve and protect #OurPlanet" was the "focus for 2020". The United Nations said last year that man-made greenhouse gas emissions needed to tumble 7.6 percent each year to 2030 in order to limit temperature rises to 1.5°C. Current pledges by countries to cut their emissions put Earth on a path of several degrees warming by the end of the century. Related: Bushfires rage after Australia's hottest summer on record The first week of 2020 has seen climate-related disasters such as the fires ravaging southeastern Australia — with hundreds of thousands of animals burnt to death — and flooding kill dozens of people in Indonesia. Scientists say such catastrophes will become more frequent and more intense as temperatures climb. "The past five years have been the warmest on record; the last decade has been the warmest on record," said Copernicus director Jean-Noel Thepaut. "These are unquestionably alarming signs." Read more: Nawabshah may have endured hottest April temperature recorded Last year saw the most pronounced warming in Alaska and other parts of the Arctic, as well as large swathes of eastern and southern Europe, southern Africa, and Australia. In Europe, all seasons were warmer than average, with several countries registering both summer and winter temperature highs. December 2019 was 3.2°C warmer than the 1981-2010 reference period, C3S said. Related:Last three years hottest on record: UN
  16. If you ever thought you needed a second display for a smartphone, your prayers may have just been answered. We've seen a new wave of foldable smartphones that offer a similar sort of convenience, however these smartphones are still quite expensive and in early stages of foldable screen technology. However, there is a way to add a second screen to your smartphone with an inexpensive solution that gives you some of the same abilities such as using multiple applications at once, better multi-tasking capabilities, access files and photos from dual screens and more. © castAway The smartphone case is called castAway and can connect with any iOS or Android phone and also works when detached from your smartphone. It comes with a dual boot option where you can turn the second screen into a keyboard, a trackpad or even use it for playing PUBG. In addition to these features, the case comes with an SD slot to expand storage and WiFi, Bluetooth, front and back-facing cameras & an audio jack. The battery in the case can also be used as a power bank to extend your smartphone's battery life. © castAway The second screen of the smartphone uses a hinge design that makes it easy to support various smartphones. The smartphone side of the case is a custom fit for each major model type. The case currently supports smartphones with below screen sizes: one/S with a 5.8” screen for smartphones with screens of similar size one/L with a 6.3” screen for smartphones with screens of similar size one/XL with a 6.9” screen for smartphones with screens of similar size If you are interested in getting this case, it is currently up for crowdfunding and you can find more details on their website here (https://castawaycase.com/). The castAway case is being showcased at CES 2020 and will soon become available for commercial sale. View the full article
  17. The tuna was caught off northern Aomori Prefecture and weighed 276 kilograms (608 lbs)TOKYO: A bluefin tuna sold for 193.2 million yen ($1.8 million) in the first auction of the new year at Tokyo’s Toyosu fish market, the second highest price on record, NHK broadcaster reported. The tuna was caught off northern Aomori Prefecture and weighed 276 kilograms (608 lbs), according to NHK, which translates into a price of about 700,000 yen per kilogram. The successful bidder was Kiyoshi Kimura, the head of the company that runs sushi restaurant chain “Sushizanmai,” NHK said. Last year Kimura paid a record 333.6 million yen for a tuna at the auction, exceeding his previous record price in 2013.
  18. The first trailer for Marvel Studio's Black Widow released in December and fans are already eager to watch the second. The Scarlett Johansson starrer film traces the origin of Shield Agent Natasha Romanov aka Black Widow. If the reports circulating are anything to go by, the fans wouldn't have to wait much before the filmmakers release the second trailer for one of the most anticipated films of 2020. Directed by Cate Shorthand, the movie takes places between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War.
  19. Photo: AFPKARACHI: Abid Ali and Shan Masood became only the third opening pair for Pakistan to hit centuries in the same innings as Pakistan turned the tables on Sri Lanka in the second and final Test in Karachi on Saturday. Abid, nicknamed "legend" in Pakistan´s dressing room, hit 174 for his second hundred in as many Tests -- becoming the first Pakistani and ninth batsmen overall to score two centuries in his first two Tests. When the third day´s play ended Pakistan were in a strong position with 395-2, having an overall lead of 315 after conceding an 80-run lead in the first innings. Skipper Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 57 -- his first fifty in 14 innings -- and Babar Azam on 22 not out. It was a day for the batsmen as Pakistan added 338 runs after resuming at 57-0 on a National Stadium pitch which dried up to help batting. Masood blasted 135 for his second century in his 19th Test as the duo put on 278 for the opening wicket, just 20 short of equalling the highest opening stand for Pakistan of 298. Amir Sohail and Ijaz Ahmed had set that record against the West Indies at the same venue in 1997. Masood batted for nearly five hours for his 135, which included three sixes and seven fours. Abid struck 21 boundaries and a six in his 398-minute stay at the crease. - Abid´s feat - Abid, 32, completed his century with a sweep off spinner Lasith Embuldeniya for two to follow his 109 in the drawn first Test in Rawalpindi -- his debut. The Rawalpindi century made Abid the first batsman ever to score hundreds in both Test and one-day debuts. He had scored 112 in his first ODI, against Australia in Dubai earlier this year. Abid said team management calling him "legend" adds to his responsibility. "The management calls me legend, thanks to them," said Abid. "But it adds to my responsibility to perform well. This time we were under pressure because of the lead we conceded, but I am happy that we are now in a good position." It was pacer Lahiru Kumara (2-88) who broke the opening stand when he had Masood caught hooking just five minutes from tea before he trapped Abid with the second new ball. Abid´s successive hundreds have put him in an elite company. India´s Mohammad Azharuddin scored three hundreds in his first three Test after making his debut against England at home in December 1984. William Ponsford, Doug Walters and Greg Blewett of Australia, Sourav Ganguly and Rohit Sharma of India, Alvin Kallicharran of the West Indies and Jimmy Neesham of New Zealand are the others who hit two centuries in their first two Tests. Before lunch, Abid survived a confident leg-before shout off paceman Kumara on 61 but the tourists lost the referral with the replays showing the ball would have missed the stumps. Masood, playing his 19th Test, completed 1,000 Test runs when he reached 46. The current series -- part of the ongoing World Test championship -- is the first in Pakistan since a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009 which suspended international cricket in the country.
  20. Babar Azam plays a shot against Sri Lanka in the second Test. Photo: AFPPakistan fought back after being dismissed relatively cheaply on Thursday as bowlers dominated the opening day of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Karachi. Lahiru Kumara and Lasith Embuldeniya grabbed four wickets each to dismiss Pakistan for just 191 before the home team had the visitors at 64-3 at stumps at the National Stadium. Pacer Kumara took 4-49 while left-arm spinner Embuldeniya finished with 4-71 after Pakistan won the toss. But Pakistan staged a fightback with the wickets of Oshada Fernando (four), Dimuth Karunaratne (25) and Kusal Mendis (13) leaving Sri Lanka still 127 runs behind on the first innings. Lanky pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi had Fernando caught behind before Mohammad Abbas removed Karunaratne and Mendis. Read more: Fernando's quickfire double reduces Pakistan to 72-3 At stumps, Angelo Mathews was eight not out and nightwatchman Embuldeniya unbeaten on three. Pakistan were well set at 127-3 with Babar Azam (60) and Asad Shafiq (63) involved in a 62-run stand for the fourth wicket, but once Azam fell the home side lost their last six wickets for just 24 runs. Azam was shaping well after scoring his 13th half-century before Embuldeniya had him stumped off a well-disguised delivery. Shafiq hooked Kumara tentatively to deep square-leg, ending Pakistan´s hopes of a big total in their bid to win the series after the first Test ended in a draw due to poor weather in Rawalpindi. Kumara dismissed Mohammad Rizwan for four and Yasir Shah (nought) off successive deliveries in the first over after tea before Embuldeniya removed the tail. Earlier, Sri Lanka left-arm pacer Vishwa Fernando dismissed opener Shan Masood for five and skipper Azhar Ali for a duck to rattle Pakistan at 10-2 in the morning. Sri Lanka´s cricketers celebrate after the dismissal of Pakistan´s Abid Ali (L). Photo: AFP Fernando's new-ball partner Kumara dismissed first Test centurion Abid Ali for 38 to end a third-wicket partnership of 55, which had lifted Pakistan from a precarious 10 for two. Fernando thought he had Azam leg-before on four, but TV referalls showed the ball hit the bat first. Azam reached his fourth half-century in the last five innings with a crisp boundary to cover off-spinner Dilruwan Perera, but could not match his hundred in the first Test. Azam's 96-ball knock contained eight boundaries and a six while Shafiq's 126-ball stay had six boundaries. It was Fernando who provided Sri Lanka with early breakthroughs. He angled one in to Masood to hit his off stump before clean bowling skipper Azhar with a full-length delivery. That left Azhar without a fifty in 13 innings, including nine scores of under 10. Pakistan brought in leg-spinner Yasir Shah for ailing paceman Usman Shinwari, while Embuldeniya came in for unfit Kasun Rajitha. The two-match series is the first in Pakistan since a militant attack on the Sri Lankan team bus killed eight people in March 2009, leading to the suspension of international cricket in the country over security fears.
  21. Kareena Kapoor denies having plans for a second child with Saif Ali KhanKareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan's son Taimur never fails to escape the public eye and it looks like fans are now ready to see them welcome another addition into their little family.During an interview, the Jab We Met actor turned down the rumors of Saif and her planning for a second child.She said: “There is no good news related to a second child in my life. Both Saif and I are happy with our kid Taimur Ali Khan. As of now, we don’t have any plans for a second child.”Kareena, 39, further said that the couple is trying to focus on their careers and are also trying best to manage their personal lives. “We both are very busy with our work and are trying to balance our professional and personal lives,” she said.The Ki & Ka star will be celebrating the third birthday of her son, Taimur with her hubby, later this month. Kareena, talking about the celebrations earlier highlighted that her son, who himself is no less of a celebrity has a wish list for his birthday. “Taimur’s birthday plans, we are going to be here (in Mumbai). I’ll be promoting the film and Saif is here. We will be spending time with the family. He will have a small little get together with 8-10 of his friends. He definitely has demanded two cakes and not one. He is a Kapoor (laughs). He is like, ‘I want two cakes. One Santa and one hulk’. I said, ‘Why two?’, he is like ‘Two!’.”
  22. Disney's total global ticket sales for 2019 so far were due to pass an unprecedented $10 billion on Monday, the company said — and with "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" still to open this month. Photo: DisneyLOS ANGELES: In a rare show of box-office stasis, the top five films in North American theaters were unchanged this weekend from last, led again by Disney blockbuster Frozen II, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Monday.The animated musical, which has Queen Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel) and the gang traveling to an enchanted forest, took in $35.2 million, boosting its overall domestic total to $338 million and its global take above $920 million.Disney's total global ticket sales for 2019 so far were due to pass an unprecedented $10 billion on Monday, the company said — and with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker still to open this month.In second again was Lionsgate's murder mystery Knives Out, at $14.2 million for the weekend.The film stars Daniel Craig — a detective with a droll, over-the-top Southern accent — Jamie Lee Curtis and Chris Evans in an Agatha Christie-worthy tale that critics have called "deliciously entertaining."In third was Fox's Ford v Ferrari, at $6.7 million. The film, based on a true story, tells how a team at Ford built a car to challenge Ferrari's dominance of France's classic 24-hour Le Mans race. Matt Damon and Christian Bale star.Universal's Queen & Slim placed fourth, taking $6.6 million.Daniel Kaluuya of Get Out fame and Jodie Turner-Smith, a British-born model and actor, play an African-American couple whose terrible first date turns even worse when they have a disastrous encounter with a racist cop.And in fifth was Sony's A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, taking in $5.2 million. The drama recounts the true story of how a cynical and distrusting journalist is befriended by beloved TV star Fred Rogers, played by Tom Hanks.Rounding out the top 10 were:Dark Waters ($4 million)21 Bridges ($2.9 million)Playing With Fire ($2 million)Midway ($1.9 million)Last Christmas ($1 million)
  23. Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 2-0 to move up to second in the Premier League. ? AFPLONDON: Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 2-0 to move up to second in the Premier League on Saturday, while Tottenham's troubles continued with a draw at home to Sheffield...
  24. The PlayStation 4 had a lead this generation over other consoles right from the start and it has now become the second highest-selling gaming console of all time. Do note that we are not including handheld consoles for this achievement as those deserve a separate list altogether. © Unsplash_Fabian Albert The PS4 has managed to get 102.8 million units shipped until now which puts it at the second place right behind the PlayStation 2. The PlayStation 2 is by far the highest-selling console of all time as Sony managed to ship 155 million units of it. The PS4 beat the original PlayStation (102.49 million) on the all-time list. © Unsplash The news comes from Sony's latest financial statement which was made public yesterday. As of September 30, Sony's official page shows that the company had shipped 102.8 million consoles which means that the actual figures are even higher, but have not been reported yet. © Unsplash_Nassim All It is also worth noting that these numbers are “sell-in” numbers which means these are the number of PS4s shipped. The “sell-through” numbers i.e. how many consoles were bought from retailers will be different. While the PlayStation 4 sales numbers are impressive, it seems unlikely that it will be able to beat the PlayStation 2's sell-in numbers. While the 155 million consoles is the reported number for PS2, the total number of consoles shipped is definitely higher than that. Sony will be launching the PlayStation 5 next year and we can expect the sales numbers of the PS4 to decline in the coming year. Source: Sony Interactive Entertainment View the full article
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