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  1. Representational image. Photo: FileA WhatsApp text circulating in some districts of India?s central Madhya Pradesh state helped to inflame a mob of 50 to 60 villagers into savagely beating up two innocent men last week on suspicion that they were...
  2. One of the most requested features by Android users is now being made available by Google. Google is rolling out desktop browser support for Android Messages, which will allow users to send text messages using their computer. It works similar to WhatsApp web and iMessage, where users will no longer have to use their smartphones to reply to messages while they are busy using a laptop/computer. © Google Google says, the feature is rolling out to users today and will be made available to every user by the end of this week. The browser-based application will let users see and send texts, images, and even stickers. How Does It Work? © MensXP You need to head over to the Android Messages website where you will have to scan a QR code. It works exactly how you would set up the web-based platform for WhatsApp. Once the QR code is scanned, your smartphone will link with the laptop you are using. The section from the Messages app, which will allow users to scan the code, is not live yet so you will have to wait until the update rolls out for you. The update will be sent over the air via Google Play. This would definitely be a viable competitor to iMessage, WhatsApp, and other messaging platforms. The new platform works on Rich Communication Services (RCS), and many carriers have already pledged to support chat services and integrate other services such as read receipts, ability to send full-resolution images, improved group text and read receipts. However, you must know that none of these features are end-to-end encrypted. © YouTube Google also announced other improvements made to Android Messenger such as support for smart replies, inline link previews, built-in GIF search and easy copy/paste for two-factor authentication.
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/d0dbf83ca0b0aa2625236fb25a28b9ec.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni8xMi8yMDE4IDc6NTY6NTQgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT0xRElZdzNjOGh6SzdjMWdSM3ZZWTN3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE=...
  4. US President Donald Trump and North Korea´s leader Kim Jong Un shake hands after signing documents. Photo: ReutersNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his commitment to "complete denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula", in a joint agreement...
  5. KARACHI: The social media team of Pakistan's top urology institute released a statement Friday debunking claims that a viral text message ? containing quoted advice to "refrain from drinking any cold drink in the Ramadan" ? was not, in fact,...
  6. چنگاری کوٖئی بھڑکے تو ساون اُسے بُھجاۓ ساون جو اگن لگاۓ اُسے کون بُھجاۓ پت جھڑ جو باغ اجاڑے وہ باغ بہارکھلاۓ جو باغ بہار میں اجڑے اُسے کون کھلاۓ ہم سے مت پوچھو کیسے مندر ٹوٹا سپنوں کا لوگوں کی بات نہیں ہے یہ قصہ ہے اپنوں کا کوئی دشمن ٹھیس لگاۓ تو میت جیا بھلاۓ من میت جو گھاؤ لگاۓ اسے کون مٹاۓ نہ جانے کیا ہو جاتا جانے ہم کیا کر جاتے پیتے ہیں تو زندہ ہیں نہ پیتے تو مر جاتے دنیا جو پیاسا راکھے تو مدِھراہ پیاس بجھاۓ مدِھرا ہ جو پیاس لگاۓ اسے کون بُجھاۓ مانا طوفاں کے آگے نہیں چلتا زور کسی کا موجوں کا دُوش نہیں ہے یہ دُوش ہے اور کسی کا مجھدار میں نئیا ڈولی تو ماجھی پار لگاۓ ماجھی جو ناؤ دابوۓ اسے کون بچاۓ — feeling upset.

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  7. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ruled that lawmakers disqualified under Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution have been barred from Parliament for life. Below is the full text of the order given by the Supreme Court on February 13, 2018:
  8. The loading screen of Facebook's mobile application is seen in this photo illustration taken in Lavigny, Switzerland, May 16, 2012. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud/Files Logging users? call and text history ?has always been opt-in only? and not without their permission, Facebook said Sunday in a statement in response to reports on some technology websites that the social media giant was employing the function without users' consent. The social media site said that when the feature is enabled by the user and contact information is uploaded, the platform can then use the given data when a call or text was made or received with Facebook Lite and Facebook Messenger services. Facebook specified that it does not collect the content of calls or text messages and information is securely stored. This data is not sold to third parties, Facebook?s statement said. ?You may have seen some recent reports that Facebook has been logging people?s call and SMS (text) history without their permission. This is not the case,? Facebook?s statement said. The Verge website reported that some Twitter users said they found months or years of call history data in their downloadable Facebook data file. Ars Technica reported Facebook requested access to contacts, SMS data, and call history on Android devices to improve its friend recommendation algorithm. ?Call and text history logging is part of an opt-in feature for people using Messenger. While we receive certain permissions from Android, uploading this information has always been opt-in only,? the world?s largest social media network said. ?People have to expressly agree to use this feature,? the statement said. The leaders of the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee on Friday wrote to Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg detailing new concerns about the social media company?s use of data and formally requesting that he testify at a hearing. Facebook is under pressure from governments, investors, and advertisers following allegations by a whistleblower that British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed users? information to build profiles on American voters that were later used to help elect US President Donald Trump in 2016.
  9. How many times has it happened that we would ask a simple question in our group chat, and not a single person would reply? We all know the feeling of being left in the dreaded 'seenzoned' a little too well. But, while we struggle every day for a text back, NASA fired a signal 13 billion miles into space and, surprisingly, actually get a response. But sorry to disappoint you, it wasn't an alien trying to talk to us. For the first time in 37 years, NASA has been able to communicate with Voyager 1, which is 13 billion miles away from earth. Just to bring you up to speed, Voyager 1 was launched back in 1977 and is the only man-made object which is cruising beyond our solar system. Basically, Voyager 1 guides itself through the interstellar space by using tiny thrusters, firing them tiny puffs which last milliseconds at a time. Recently, NASA ordered the craft to blast out several puffs to orientate itself and, quite impressively, it actually obeyed. In order to receive more messages from Earth in the future, Voyager 1 used its four back up thrusters to orientate itself so its antennas are facing towards us. Suzanne Dodd, project manager for Voyager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said, “With these thrusters that are still functional after 37 years without use, we will be able to extend the life of the Voyager 1 spacecraft by two to three years.” But, it's quite surprising that even after travelling at the speed of light, the signal took more than 17 hours to transmit from NASA to Voyager 1 out in interstellar space. Nasa transmitted its orders on November 28, and after waiting for almost a day, Voyager sent back confirmation that it had received them and carried out the manoeuvre. “The Voyager team got more excited each time with each milestone in the thruster test. The mood was one of relief, joy and incredulity after witnessing these well-rested thrusters pick up the baton as if no time had passed at all,” said Todd Barber, a JPL propulsion engineer. Voyager 1 has had more exciting life than all of us combined; while on its way out of the solar system, it sped past Jupiter and Saturn and is now destined to roam around in space till it crashes into something, or maybe some aliens will intercept it. But the sad part is that we'll never get to hear about where all it has been, as it will soon be out of transmission range.
  10. She is hot, sexy, gorgeous, and everything that a man desires. We don't really need to describe much when it comes to Sunny Leone. The beautiful actress came to Bollywood breaking all stereotypes and made her place in the tinsel town. She is one of the most desired women around the globe and well, she has all that it takes to be on our minds all the time. ð A post shared by Sunny Leone (@sunnyleone) on Oct 4, 2017 at 12:58am PDT The actress is gearing up for her film 'Tera Intezaar' starring Arbaaz Khan. The film is a thriller-love story where the duo will be seen romancing each other. MensXP spoke to Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan in an exclusive interview where she spilled some beans about things we always wanted to know. Super hot mini dress #mtvsplitsvilla10 in @flirtatious_india & @accessoriesbyanandita ; Styled by @anjalisinghshekhawat_ ; hair & makeup @tomasmoucka @jeetihairstylist ; photo @tomasmoucka A post shared by Sunny Leone (@sunnyleone) on Oct 11, 2017 at 2:33pm PDT While Arbaaz revealed that when he heard Sunny is doing the film, he just said yes because he always wanted to do a film with her. The same goes for Sunny as well. However, talking about something interesting we asked them, “Ever sent a dirty text to a wrong person?” © MensXP To which Arbaaz replied, “That's Happened”. © MensXP But it was Sunny who shared an incident that totally left us in splits. “I got one from the driver I had and then he was like Oh My God, I am so sorry,” she said. © MensXP © MensXP “I was sending that to someone else. And I was like this is so bad. (laughs) I didn't see him again,” she added. © MensXP They also talked about farting in public, sneaking into private parties, getting slapped and killing someone. Sunny and Arbaaz have shared a lot with us and you got to check out this video to know more:
  11. Drunk texting, embarrassing texts, words of regret during an argument, sending the wrong text to the wrong person and cringing after that. Been there done that? Yeah, we all have. Lord knows how many times we have wanted to hurl ourselves off the building after hitting send, knowing that no power on earth can undo what we just did! Turns out that our prayers have actually been answered, as Whatsapp is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to delete a text within seven minutes of hitting send! © Twitter The feature is called 'Delete For Everyone'. So you basically select the message you want to delete (mind you, it's a Cinderella story so seven minutes time window is crucial), then you will get three options: to go back to chat, to delete the text from your phone and the magical option of deleting it for everyone. Also, messages sent on broadcast cannot be deleted. So be it your job or a relationship, Whatsapp is doing everything to save your regrets! People are obviously celebrating this. WhatsApp 'delete for everyone' feature has been released , thank God ,now I can delete mistakenly sent porn vdios .. — Tweetera (@DoctorrSays) October 29, 2017 Big up to WhatsApp, now you can delete a message you sent by mistake. Now we need the feature to exit a group quietly. — TheBachelor'sPen (@PhikaD) October 28, 2017 However, the feature is not something that was unheard of. Telegram has been way ahead of Whatsapp in this regard because it has been allowing users to revoke texts for a long time now. Now what next? Let's seriously hope for secretly exiting those annoying family groups without a notification. Wishful thinking, but who knows? Whataspp might just listen!
  12. It's a stated fact that human beings are social animals and usually practice 'groupism' to share and liberate certain ideas, beliefs, ways of living, trends and companionship. 'Groupism' started when man was still learning how to gather and hunt food. Men and women alike would do most things in groups and that became a societal norm, which apart from providing a fresh perspective for the members of the group, also provided validation for each other. 'Groupism' has transcended and evolved from nuclear thoughts and activities to something more formidable and blended. Due to a rather feisty onset of technology and social media, interactions have become a bit too vivid and opinionated and that can sometimes be borderline cynical in nature. Judgments and negativity loom through these interactions and validation for the same is sought through various social media platforms. The best example of where people share their views and beliefs nowadays is Whatsapp. Whatsapp as an interactive app has become too malleable for heavy doses of information that can offend various participants and scrutinise an individual's thought process to no end. Recently 'groups' on Whatsapp are trending a great deal and everyone has an opinion to share on each group. Literally everyone! It's the modern day equivalent of 'groupism' we've been seeing for centuries now. Family Whatsapp groups are an inevitable escape and sometimes they become a bit too obstinate. The problem though with such formal groups is that if you're a part of them, it's difficult to check out or leave. The unfamiliar doses of contradictions that you gather from such groups often question your own beliefs and theories, the ones that you endured through years and years of self discovery and wisdom. If you ever do brave the art of 'leaving', you will first be schooled by your parents on how obnoxious that act is and then forcefully be added back, with a barrage of taunts from your extended family. Annoying AF! But then we came across Namaah @The_HappyNoodle, who decided enough was enough and courtesy could go take a hike, when she decided to leave her family group. Before exiting the group though, Namaah wrote an exit message, explaining why it's wise to let someone leave a particular community because sometimes it's detrimental to their being. She also went on to explain how it's not an act of being 'asocial' but simply a matter of choice. She took to Twitter to share her exit message and we sure as hell are proud of her for taking such a staunch stand! In today's personal victory, I quit my extended-family WhatsApp group. I cannot fully express the relief I feel. pic.twitter.com/E02iXtbLvh — Namaah (@The_HappyNoodle) 11 October 2017 What's the best part? A lot of other Twitter users encouraged her act and replied with many more positive tweets for her stand. We're hoping this gives the millennial a big bright cue to not be a part of forced 'groupism' and make choices that aren't termed as 'awkward' or 'obnoxious'. pic.twitter.com/3VK7hMvXBk — Gadgetwala (@ankitv) 11 October 2017 pic.twitter.com/MtZ3oAgUHL — Namaah (@The_HappyNoodle) 11 October 2017 ð pic.twitter.com/5VjjEuFFLt — Amulya (@amulyashruthi) 11 October 2017 Thank you for the courage. Permission to use this as a template for my own exit (if I ever manage it?) — Aakriti Anand (@itirkaa1105) 11 October 2017 Nice! I wanted to exit from such grps too. But I took another path. I just rebutted each insensitive post, now, none share such things. :) — Priyabrata Tripathy (@PriyabrataT) 12 October 2017 I did this too, a few months ago. Best decision ever. No more waking up to pathetic wife jokes or community jokes. Good for ya! — Purva Sawant (@purvasawant) 11 October 2017
  13. PM Abbasi addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York Below is the complete text of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's address to the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Thursday: "Mr. President, For over 70 years ? despite the Cold War, the nuclear arms race and scores of regional conflicts ? our world was able to avoid a global conflagration. This can be ascribed in large measure to the adherence by most States to the prohibition of the use or threat of use of force except under the authority of the UN Charter. Unfortunately, the principles of the UN Charter have been progressively eroded in the new millennium. In recent years some countries have displayed a growing proclivity to resort to unilateral force and intervention against other States. Coercion and threats have emerged again as the main currency in the management of inter-state disputes and differences. Renewed East-West tensions may engulf Europe in another Cold War. Peace and prosperity in Asia is threatened by emerging big power friction and rising tensions in South, East and West Asia. The Middle East is wracked by war and violence ? in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and elsewhere. Although Daesh appears to have been weakened in Iraq and Syria, terrorist violence has spread and intensified across the Middle East and Africa and other parts of the world. There is no end in sight to the tragedy of Palestine. Israel?s prolonged occupation and expansion of illegal settlements may lead to renewed and wider violence in the Holy Land. The legitimate struggle for self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir continues to be brutally suppressed by India?s occupation forces. Rising racism and religious hatred ? manifested in xenophobia and Islamophobia ? is erecting physical walls and psychological barriers between nations and peoples even as our world becomes increasingly interdependent. The ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas is not just an affront to all norms of humanity but also challenges our collective conscience. While the pillars of world order are being eroded, the imperative of international cooperation ? to address poverty, disease, climate change, nuclear proliferation, terrorism and forced displacement ? is intensifying. Today, more than ever, we need the United Nations to provide the parameters, processes and platforms for global cooperation that is essential to address the wide ranging challenges to peace, security, and development. Pakistan welcomes the efforts launched by Secretary General Antonio Guterres to revitalize the United Nations? capabilities in Peace and Security, Development and Management. We are also committed to reform that transforms the Security Council into a more representative, democratic and accountable body rather than an expanded club of the powerful and the privileged. Mr. President, Pakistan celebrated the 70th anniversary of its independence last month. This month marks the 70th anniversary of Pakistan?s membership of the United Nations. Pakistan?s commitment to the principles of the United Nations is evident from the long record of its constructive role in the initiatives and contributions that have shaped the decisions and discourse at this world body on decolonization, development, trade, international law, human rights, refugees, peacekeeping, security, disarmament and the United Nations? budget and management. Pakistan has consistently been one of the world?s top troop contributors to UN peacekeeping. We will remain on the frontlines of peacekeeping and continue to offer professional and well-trained personnel to the United Nations, despite our own security challenges. Mr. President, Our adherence to the principles of the United Nations Charter flows from the declaration of our Founding Father, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who said: ?Our foreign policy is one of friendliness and goodwill towards all nations of the world?. Unfortunately, from day one of its creation, Pakistan has faced unremitting hostility from its eastern neighbor. India refuses to implement the unanimous resolutions of the UN Security Council, which mandate a UN supervised plebiscite to enable the people of Jammu and Kashmir to freely decide their destiny. Instead India has deployed nearly 700,000 troops in occupied Kashmir to suppress the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiris to exercise their right to self-determination. This is the most intense foreign military occupation in recent history. As in the past, today the Kashmiri people are waging a heroic and popular struggle to rid themselves of India?s oppressive rule. They come out in the streets daily to call on India to leave Kashmir. India has responded with massive and indiscriminate force to suppress the Kashmiris, shooting indiscriminately at children, women and youth. Hundreds of innocent Kashmiris have been killed or injured. Shotgun pellets have blinded and maimed thousands of Kashmiris including children. These and other brutalities clearly constitute war crimes and violate the Geneva Conventions. Pakistan demands an international investigation into India?s crimes in Kashmir. We ask that the United Nations Secretary-General and the High Commissioner for Human Rights send an inquiry Commission to occupied Kashmir to verify the nature and extent of India?s human rights violations, secure the punishment of those responsible and provide justice and relief to the victims. Pakistan also urges the international community to call on India to: halt pellet gun attacks and other violence against unarmed demonstrators; stop the use of rape as an instrument of state policy; end media blackouts; rescind its draconian emergency laws; and free all Kashmiri political leaders. Mr. President, To divert the world?s attention from its brutalities; India frequently violates the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Kashmir. Despite over 600 violations since January this year Pakistan has acted with restraint. But if India does venture across the LoC, or acts upon its doctrine of ?limited? war against Pakistan, it will evoke a strong and matching response. The international community must act decisively to prevent the situation from a dangerous escalation. Mr. President, The Kashmir dispute should be resolved justly, peacefully and expeditiously. As India is unwilling to resume the peace process with Pakistan, we call on the Security Council to fulfill its obligation to secure the implementation of its own resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. To this end, the UN Secretary-General should appoint a Special Envoy on Kashmir. His mandate should flow from the longstanding but unimplemented resolutions of the Security Council. Mr. President, Let me reiterate, Pakistan remains open to resuming a comprehensive dialogue with India to address all outstanding issues, especially Kashmir and discuss measures to maintain peace and security. This dialogue must be accompanied by an end to India?s campaign of subversion and state sponsored terrorism against Pakistan, including from across our western border. Mr. President, Apart from the people of Afghanistan, Pakistan and its people have suffered the most from four decades of foreign intervention and civil wars in Afghanistan. These wars have blighted our country with the flow of extremists and terrorists, guns and drugs as well as an influx of millions of refugees. They have set back our economic development by decades. Even today, Pakistan is host to over 3 million Afghan refugees. No one desires peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan. From 16 years of the ongoing war in Afghanistan, it is clear that peace will not be restored by the continuing resort to military force. Neither Kabul and the Coalition, nor the Afghan Taliban, can impose a military solution on each other. The international community ? as expressed in several United Nations resolutions ? has concluded that peace can be restored in Afghanistan only through a negotiated settlement. Having suffered and sacrificed so much due to our role in the global counter terrorism campaign it is especially galling for Pakistan to be blamed for the military or political stalemate in Afghanistan. We are not prepared to be anyone?s scapegoat. Taliban ?safe havens? are located not in Pakistan but in the large tracts of territory controlled by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Yes, cross border attacks do occur. These are mostly conducted by anti-Pakistan terrorists from ?safe havens? across the border. To end all cross border attacks we ask the Afghan government and the Coalition to support and complement Pakistan?s ongoing efforts to strengthen border controls and monitor all movement across it. What Pakistan is not prepared to do is to fight the Afghan war on Pakistan?s soil. Nor can we endorse any failed strategy that will prolong and intensify the suffering of the people of Afghanistan and Pakistan and other regional countries. Pakistan believes that the urgent and realistic goals in Afghanistan should be: One, concerted action to eliminate the presence in Afghanistan of Daesh, Al-Qaeda and their affiliates including the TTP and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, which was recently declared a terrorist organization by the Security Council. Two, promote negotiations between Kabul and the Afghan Taliban ? in the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) or any trilateral format ? to evolve a peaceful settlement in Afghanistan. These two steps offer the most realistic prospect of restoring peace and stability in Afghanistan and our region. Mr. President, Pakistan?s counter-terrorism credentials cannot be questioned. After 9/11 it was Pakistani efforts that enabled the decimation of Al-Qaeda. Pakistan?s military campaigns have succeeded in clearing our tribal areas of almost all militant groups. We took the war to the terrorists. We have paid a heavy price. Over 27,000 Pakistanis including 6,500 military and law enforcement personnel have been martyred by terrorists. 50,000 Pakistani nationals have been injured, including 15,000 army personnel, many of whom have lost their limbs. Mr. President, We have fought the war against terror with our own resources. Pakistan?s economic losses are estimated at over $120 billion. Yet, we remain committed to fully implementing our National Action Plan against terrorism and extremism. Defeating terrorist violence is vital to realize our overriding priority of rapid economic and social development. Mr. President, Terrorism is now a global phenomenon, which must be addressed comprehensively. We see two major gaps in the global counter-terrorism strategy. First, the international community has failed to address the issue of state sponsored terrorism. This is an instrument of choice of the agents of chaos and aspiring hegemons. In several regions, stability will be difficult to restore unless State sponsored terrorism is condemned, prohibited and punished. Second, to eliminate terrorism, its root causes must be addressed. These are not only poverty and ignorance; terrorism is even more an extreme response to real or perceived political and other grievances, including foreign intervention, oppression and injustice. Unless such root causes are addressed, it will be difficult to counter the twisted narrative of terrorist groups. Mr. President, Confronted by a hostile and increasingly militarized neighbor, Pakistan has been obliged to maintain the capability for credible deterrence. My country developed nuclear weapons only when these were introduced in our region by this neighbor. Our strategic assets are vital to deter oft-threatened aggression. They are tightly and effectively controlled, as has been widely acknowledged by experts. The world community would be well served by enabling Pakistan to join global non-proliferation arrangements, such as the Nuclear Suppliers Group on a non-discriminatory basis. Mr. President, Climate change poses a new and existential threat to mankind?s future. Extreme climate events are multiplying: Their consequences ? flooding in Texas, landslides in Nepal and Sierra Leone, devastation in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico, disappearing Himalayan glaciers ? are global and indiscriminate. As one of the most vulnerable states to climate change, we believe that it is in our collective interest to pursue and realize the goals of the Paris Agreement and build a new and greener model for growth and development. Mr. President, Growth and development remain the primary objectives of the developing countries. The United Nations? Sustainable Development Goals represent the most ambitious development agenda in history. The development challenge has become more imposing due to the combined constraints of climate change, rising protectionism, fraying international cooperation and proliferation conflicts. The vision of shared growth ? spelt out in Chinese President Xi Jinping?s Belt and Road initiative ? offers a solid path to prosperity and a model of South-South cooperation worthy of emulation. Mr. President, Pakistan?s economy has recorded a remarkable revival in the past four years. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will further contribute to our economic upsurge. This will expand exponentially as the Pakistan-China partnership extends beyond energy and transportation to many other sectors. Pakistan?s integration into the Eurasian Belt and Road network will provide a firm foundation for Pakistan?s rapid economic development. With a youthful population of 207 million people, we are confident that an economic strategy anchored on rising incomes, consumption and production will propel Pakistan towards greater prosperity. To achieve these priority goals for our people, Pakistan seeks to build peace within our country and security around our borders. We seek good relations with all States on the basis of sovereign equality. We will respond positively to all offers of friendship and cooperation. Mr. President We are poised at a critical inflection point in history. The world order that has prevented a global war for over 70 years is under threat. Yet, revolutionary advances in science and technology, the immense capacity for global investment, production, consumption and trade, especially in the developing countries, and the availability of structures and mechanisms for collective action offer an opportunity, unprecedented in human history, to address the diverse challenges that we face today. It is here, through the United Nations, that the peoples of the world can seize the opportunities to achieve our shared vision of a more just, peaceful and prosperous world. I thank you, Mr. President."
  14. WhatsApp finally rolled out its picture-in-picture feature for video calls. The new update allows users to return to the home screen or any other app during a video call. However, the feature will be available for devices on Andriod 8.0 Oreo. The PiP feature allows users to text and video call at the same time. Photo: Android police The instant messaging app has been testing the picture-in-picture for video calls since July. The testing was being done in its beta programme version, though it was not announced when the feature will be officially launched. Moreover, the app is also looking out to expand its platform and make itself more constructive and productive. Hence, the messaging app, which is owned by Facebook, is planning on introducing a Whatsapp business app. The tool will allow businesses to connect and communicate with its consumers. The feature seeks to boost the productivity of different businesses.
  15. Michael Kellar (L), 56, and Gail Burnworth (R), 50, are pictured in this undated handout photo obtained by Reuters August 8, 2017. San Jose Police Department/Handout via REUTERS Impromptu detective work by a woman on an airline flight resulted in the arrest of another passenger whose text messages about sexually abusing children she photographed and gave to police, federal prosecutors said on Tuesday. Michael Kellar of Tacoma, Washington, will be charged on Tuesday with conspiring to make child pornography, prosecutors said, after he exchanged the explicit messages with a woman he met a year ago on a dating website. He sent the messages to Gail Lynn Burnworth, also of Tacoma, while he was flying from Seattle to San Jose, California, on July 31, according to a criminal complaint. The woman behind Kellar became alarmed as she could see the couple describe sexually abusing two children in Burnworth's care. Burnworth promised to send Kellar pictures of her molesting the children while they slept. "You can do this or are you just saying this???" Kellar replied in one message, apparently unaware the passenger behind him was taking photographs of his phone's screen. "No I think I can do it if I don't have parents over my shoulder," Burnworth responded. "And then on Sunday, I will have the kids no parents just kids." The alarmed passenger, who has not been named, told flight attendants and later shared her photos with police who arrived to meet Kellar at the airport, the complaint said. Kellar gave police his phone and told them he "likely" had a sexual interest in children, according to the complaint, but that the discussion of abusing the children in Burnworth's care was fantasy. Kellar remained in custody on Tuesday and it was not clear whether he had a lawyer. Later that day, police arrested Burnworth, who also acknowledged a sexual interest in prepubescent boys and girls, the complaint said. Burnworth lives in Tacoma, Washington, with a man she referred to in messages as her former husband, along with his three children and the children's mother. She told authorities she had made up to 20 sexual images of the youngest two, a boy and a girl under 12 years old, to send to Kellar. On her phone, police saw the full-text message exchange in which the couple discussed drugging the children in order to rape them while the parents were away. Both Kellar and Burnworth, who appeared in federal court in Tacoma on Monday, are charged with conspiring to produce child pornography, while Kellar, who is due to appear in federal court in San Jose, also faces a charge of attempted enticement of a minor. Burnworth's lawyer, a public defender, did not respond to a request for comment.
  16. ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Aisha Gulalai has said that she was "shocked" to receive Imran Khan's first text message, which the PTI chairman sent in October 2013. Speaking to a private news channel, the estranged PTI leader said she apprised only her father of the text. "My father replied 'we shall see if there come more messages'". "The messages from Imran Khan continued for some time. I decided to ignore them for the time being," Gulalai said, adding that she received last message from the PTI chief in July, 2016. She explained her decision of retaining her National Assembly seat saying that it was a trust from the people of Pakistan. "My differences with the party are due to the party leadership. Should I vacate the seat for having differences with the PTI?" Imran Khan sent me inappropriate text messages, alleges Ayesha Gulalai CM Pervez Khattak has distributed jobs illegally among relatives, says former PTI leader Maintaining that she would not surrender her seat, the former PTI member said she would use it for resolution of public issues, and not against Tehreek-e-Insaf or Nawaz-league. Commenting to PTI's allegations of having demanded NA-1, Peshawar ticket, Gulalai said she did mention it to Khan, but spoke of it generally. "There's still ten months left in the election, how can I ask for it now?" "I had decided to leave the party some time ago. After having received those text messages, I did not actively take part in political activities." Responding to rumours about her joining the PML-N, she said, "I say it today as well that Nawaz Sharif is corrupt." The former PTI lawmaker also denied having met PML-N's Ameer Maqam. "I did not have a meeting with Maqam. He should send a legal notice to the PTI demanding compensation." Denying PTI's accusations of having received millions of rupees, she said that she did not get a single penny from anyone, questioning, "Why does Imran Khan not respond and keeps pushing others for this purpose?" Ayesha Gulalai quits PTI, says honour of women not safe because of Imran Khan PTI MNA claims KP chief minister indulging in corruption Petition filed in ECP to disqualify Imran over Gulalai's allegations Two resolutions have also been submitted against the PTI chief in Punjab and Balochistan assemblies over the same issue "However, I felt glad at PTI women members getting a chance to speak because of me," Gulalai said. She further said that she did not join the PTI because of Imran's charisma. "I was born in the days when Imran used to play cricket." Coming back to the text messages, she said that she had evidence and would present it when there was a legal need for it. "I have such proofs that no one, including Imran, can deny." Gulalai also criticised PTI leaders closed to the party chief, saying that "courtiers tried to defend Khan", adding, "I am telling nothing new, for everyone is aware of his (Imran's) past. Towards the end, she advised women to stay alert if they were in PTI.
  17. ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MNA Ayesha Gulalai alleged that Imran Khan sent her inappropriate text messages. Addressing a press conference, Gulalai said she wanted to hold presser tomorrow but as some PTI women had a press conference so she had to respond. ?I am not concerned about party ticket or NA-1 seat, it is an illogical allegation, she said. ?Among many things, sending text messages is one of their bad habits,? she said. Gulalai said that Imran Khan always talks about turn of people to leave, adding that now it?s the PTI chairman?s turn. ?Imran Khan cannot keep himself in control,? she said. The former PTI MNA said that Imran wanted to introduce western culture. She said that when she was in the PPP, she felt very safe. ?I am not joining Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz,? she said. Gulalai, earlier today announced that she is leaving PTI. Speaking to the media, she alleged that the reason for her leaving the party was that the honour of women was not safe, citing Imran Khan as a major reason behind it. Ayesha Gulalai quits PTI, says honour of women not safe because of Imran Khan PTI MNA claims KP chief minister indulging in corruption ?I did not leave the party over the issue of NA-1,? she said, adding that she had to go through mental agony due to the situation. ?What was in those text messages I will reveal in my press conference? she earlier said.
  18. THE HAGUE: The top court of the United Nations on Thursday stayed the execution of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav until it completes its proceedings. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) stated that it had jurisdiction, dismissing Pakistan’s stance. The verdict can be read below:
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