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  1. Police said they were investigating the case from all angles and that they would soon recover the boys
  2. Freshly brewing friendship between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the US President Donald Trump is a class act TBH. Both love media attention when they're proclaiming their love for each other, and both have a way to navigate their best pleasantries forward. This is called the new-age 'bromance' ladies and gentleman! We have two charismatic country leaders displaying their sublime form of friendship, you will ever witness between two grown men. © Twitter But let's understand the chronology behind Trump and Modi's memorable âbromanceâ that's been a big hit the moment Trump set foot on the Indian soil, or even when Modi was greeted with a big 'Howdy' back in Texas. The first time the two met as the leaders of two of the largest democracies of the world was in June 2017, when Modi visited Washington and Trump claimed that ties between Delhi and Washington have never been stronger. After pleasantries were exchanged, their meeting commenced and both Modi and Trump bestowed each other with some rather valuable memorabilias to strengthen their bond. After which, their subtle and unsubtle ways of greeting each other havenât really been a hidden spectacle. © Twitter Modi's infamous bear hug though is a standing testimony of archaic bromance behavior. The last time he met Trump, he made sure to divulge in an adequate amount of PDA, just enough to make Trump rather uncomfortable at first and then act like he was born to hug Modi. Here, take a look! Here's Modi, creeping up with his slow Cheetah like approach. © Twitter Then he catches hold of Trump's hand, almost in a strong handshake grip, to probably draw him close. You can see by now how awkward Trump really is. © Twitter He finally hugs the US president like a koala stuck to a Eucalyptus tree, with his head buried in his chest, with zero inhibitions and staunch Gujarati hospitality vibe, while oozing a boatload of confidence. © Twitter Trump finally gives in and although their eyes still don't meet, we can assure you, bro code was understood and achieved and established quite successfully that day between the two leaders. © Twitter Isn't this just a lovely beginning to a lifelong friendship? We sealed the deal with that very question as soon as Trump arrived in India on February 24. First off, the two brothers from different mothers, were busy chit-chatting on Twitter about Trump's respective itinerary, where Trump was disclosing his travel plans to Modi. à¤à¤¤à¤¿à¤¥à¤¿ दà¥à¤µà¥ भव: https://t.co/mpccRkEJCE â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 24, 2020 Later on, the successful Modi hug happened, which Trump gladly received as soon as he landed in Ahmedabad. © Twitter We believe bromance is strongest when two boys absolutely hit it off and create a rampage out of their newly found friendship. But it also exists in men of particular age, like the ones who went to college together, or the ones who grew up in a neighborhood together, or the ones, who run democratic countries and surprisingly propagate the same ideologies and philosophies and show immense public display of friendship. Here are four things you can learn from Modi-Trump bromance - (1) Hugs Go A Long Way If you see your friend once a year then make sure to give him that big hug he truly deserves. Hold him close, bury your head in his chest and close your eyes and absolutely feel the thrill of hugging a real friend. © Twitter (2) Acknowledge Each Other On Social Media Often Sometimes when you're about to meet your friend from a far away land, you can post on Twitter about it and tell him how you're looking forward to seeing him. It definitely strengthens the bond further. à¤à¤¤à¤¿à¤¥à¤¿ दà¥à¤µà¥ भव: https://t.co/mpccRkEJCE â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 24, 2020 (3) Sharing Similar Aspirations & Dreams If you're really close with someone, especially a friend, it's inevitable not to have the same aspirations and things you want to see for each other's future, which could tangibly lie on the same lines. For instance, PM Modi Tweeted what Trump and he share in common and that's the kind of bromance that will really go a long way. There is so much that we share: Shared Values & Ideals Shared Spirit of Enterprise & Innovation Shared Opportunities & Challenges Shared Hopes & Aspirations: PM @narendramodi â PMO India (@PMOIndia) February 24, 2020 (4) Hatred For Similar Things Well in this case, both have a hatred for radical Islamist terrorism but you can obviously define your dislikes differently. Maybe learn to love and accept most things except maybe Mondays and boring documentaries? Trump Rocking: The United States & India are firmly united in our iron-clad resolve to defend our citizens from the threat of #RadicalIslamicTerrorism Both of our countries have been hurt by the pain & turmoil of terrorism & that terrorism brings#MoteraStadium #TrumpInIndia pic.twitter.com/UwCHQhkY25 â Sandeep Kumar Shivhare (@SKS_Shivhare) February 24, 2020 What Trump and PM Modi share is a testimony for strong brethren sort of bromance, the kind that can last a long time with an eventful future if you consciously take care of minute things. And if you already have that with your best brother, no matter how old you two are, maybe you can strengthen it further, just like how Trump and Modi are doing so right now. View the full article
  3. This year, Vicky Kaushal is gearing up for his new film, Bhoot. For the film, Vicky has already kick-started the promotional activities. This will be his first film after taking a brief break in 2019 and giving us massive hits like Uri last year. But, now that he's back at the game, and is also shooting for Karan Johar's Takht wherein he'll be starring alongside Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anil Kapoor, Bhumi Pednekar, Alia Bhatt and Janhvi Kapoor, we'll be seeing more of his public appearances. For example, recently Vicky, for the film Bhoot's promotions, wore an outfit that had an edgy biker aesthetic. Take a look here: © Amandeep/ Instagram His signature style is usually more accessible than other B-town celebrities. The due credit for this obviously goes to his stylist Amandeep Kaur. Coming back to his outfit, his bright red jacket and the pair of cargos were from the label, Six5SixStreet. While his graphic t-shirt was from Almost Gods. © Salvatore Ferragamo He had further accessorised this look with a pair of sneakers from Salvatore Ferragamo. The pair of sneakers were Gancini monogram chunky sneakers and retail for USD 687 on Farfetch which comes down to Rs. 49,000 approximately. © Amandeep/ Instagram The sneakers are so huge that they have made him taller by giving him few extra inches. We wonder if it's a task wearing these sneakers on a daily basis that seemingly look so bulky. View the full article
  4. Sender demanded amount in crypto-currency bitcoins and threatened to send further explosive packages if payment was not made
  5. 'At this stage it is believed a number of people have been stabbed,' London's Metropolitan Police said on Twitter
  6. One case of polio has surfaced in Jacobabad, while the other in Mirpur Khas
  7. It wouldn't be wrong to say Indian wedding processions are often the highlight of the entire wedding ceremony. Baraats with dancers, music and wedding bands have been the highlight for ages. While theyâve been mostly led by grooms, two sisters from MPâs Khandwa district dressed up for their wedding ceremonies on January 22 with a different plan - leading their baraat to the groomsâ homes instead. Madhya Pradesh: Sakshi and Srishti, two sisters who had their wedding ceremonies on 22nd January, took out their own wedding procession (baraat) and rode horses to reach houses of their grooms in Khandwa, as a tradition followed by Patidar community. pic.twitter.com/80o27FtZuY â ANI (@ANI) January 24, 2020 The brides, named Sakshi and Srishti, belong to the Patidar community, where this subversion of gender roles is a time-honoured tradition. "I feel proud to be part of this community and that they have been following this tradition," Srishti told ANI. Meanwhile, Sakshi and Shrishtiâs father, Arun, explained his reasoning behind supporting the baraat. "This is a 400-500 years old tradition. We are carrying it forward to support the government's message of 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao'. The daughters of this country should be treated equally. This is the message that we want to convey with our tradition and will continue practising it," said Arun. The brides earned a fair amount of support on social media, as their photos picked up attention: Why should boys have all the fun? â Abhijeet Gupta (@AbhijeetGupt) January 24, 2020Maari choriya choro se kaam hai ki â bharat (@new_india_2022) January 24, 2020Happy married life to both â Syed Faisal M (@Sfaisalmech) January 24, 2020बहà¥à¤¤ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾ हà¥.. लड़à¤à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾, लड़à¤à¥ सॠà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ भॠविषय मà¥à¤ à¤à¤® नहà¥à¤ हà¥.. भारत माता à¤à¥ à¤à¤¯ â सà¤à¥à¤à¥ सà¥à¤ (@Sachchi_Soch9) January 24, 2020बहà¥à¤¤ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾ हà¥.. लड़à¤à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾, लड़à¤à¥ सॠà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ भॠविषय मà¥à¤ à¤à¤® नहà¥à¤ हà¥.. भारत माता à¤à¥ à¤à¤¯ â सà¤à¥à¤à¥ सà¥à¤ (@Sachchi_Soch9) January 24, 2020 "I urge the people of other communities to adopt this tradition and give respect to our daughters," Arun continued. View the full article
  8. 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.
  9. New security camera footage emerged on Tuesday showing two Iranian missiles hitting the Ukrainian airliner in Tehran last week killing all 176 passengers and crew on board. The projectiles were fired 30 seconds apart and explain why the plane's transponder was not working as it hurtled to the ground — it was disabled by the first strike, before being hit by a second, said the New York Times, which published the verified security camera footage on Tuesday. The blurry film, shot from a rooftop in a village four miles from an Iranian military site, shows the Kiev-bound plane on fire and circling back to Tehran's airport, the Times said. Minutes later, the aircraft exploded and crashed. Also read: Canada investigators to gain access to plane wreckage in Iran Iran had for days denied Western claims that the Boeing 737 had been downed by its missiles. Tehran came clean on Saturday when Revolutionary Guards aerospace commander Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh acknowledged a missile operator had mistaken the Ukraine International Airlines plane for a cruise missile and opened fire. The incident happened when Iran's armed forces were on heightened alert after launching a volley of missiles at Iraqi bases hosting US troops in retaliation for the killing of top general Qasem Soleimani on January 3. Iran has struggled to contain the fallout over its handling of the air disaster and the tragedy has seen hundreds of angry protesters, most of them students, take to the streets. New videos circulating on social media purported to show fresh protests on Tuesday evening at universities in Tehran, along with clashes between students and Basij militia loyal to the establishment. It was not possible to immediately verify the videos. Also read: How is the world reporting the Iranian missile attack on US bases in Iraq? Earlier, AFP correspondents said around 200 mainly masked students gathered at Tehran University and were locked in a tense standoff with youths from the Basij. Kept apart by security forces, the groups eventually parted ways. Around 30 people have been arrested in the protests over the air disaster, according to judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili. On Tuesday Tehran said it had made its first arrests over the shooting down of the plane, though it gave no details. 'Real rift'Recent protests have been much smaller than nationwide demonstrations against fuel price hikes that turned deadly in November. But one commentator said the latest rallies showed there was a "real rift between the people and the authorities". "I hope that (police restraint) will continue and that no lives are lost, because this could be a catalyst for more protests," Mehdi Rahmanian, director of reformist daily Shargh, told AFP. In another sign of growing dissent, a group of artists cancelled their participation in the Fajr festival, held each year on the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, according to Hamshahri newspaper. Also read: British ambassador to Iran arrested: UK govt President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday Iran's judiciary "must form a special court with a high-ranking judge and dozens of experts... The whole world will be watching." "Anyone who should be punished must be punished". The office of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he spoke to Canada's premier Justin Trudeau on Tuesday for a third time since the crash, with the latter asking for help from Kiev in liaising with Iranian authorities to help identify bodies of Canadian citizens.
  10. There's always room for true love. It doesn't matter where it's from, who brings it to you or how many times your heart's been broken. When love comes knocking, you've ought to open the door and welcome it with nothing but warmth. And while you do that for yourself, make room for happiness for others around you too by acknowledging their preferences and choices that they've made. © Instagram When Colin met the love of his life on a dating app, he had no idea what lay before him. When he came across Andrew, while swiping, he could barely make him out from his pictures. It's the conversations he had when they matched that led him to believe Andrew was someone he could look forward to meeting. Andrew's added interest in Indian culture was something that highly impressed Colin. They both live in Chicago and the freedom to express one's sexual preferences or/and sexuality is immense. Even though Colin is Indian, he understood the prejudices and the not-so-alarming discontent that stems from intense conditioning, towards homosexuals men, from where he is. But he knew, if his family accepted him and his partner, he wouldn't have to worry about anyone else. © Instagram Andrew's openness in admitting he really loved the Indian culture and his want to express the fact that he deeply cared for his partner, by making him adrak -wali- chai, made Colin fall more in love with him. They decided to tie the knot, in July last year, at Colin's family home in South India. © Instagram The celebrations were huge and of course very welcoming for Andrew and his family. They had a temple wedding and a church wedding, and Andrew dressed in traditional south Indian wedding attire. Love knows no bounds and has no boundaries, religion, or even sexual preferences. Love is freedom. It's an entity so free, that if it's ever bound, it'll cease to exist. And Andrew and Colin's love is the truest testimony to that! © Instagram They both don't know what the future holds but they know for a fact that love like theirs is unreal, rare and possibly ever-lasting. Here's their story (narrated by Colin) on the Officials Humans Of Bombay's Instagram page: “I was swiping away on a dating app when I came across Andrew. I couldn't figure out anything from his photo. But when we matched, conversation came easily–he loved Indian culture. I was living in Chicago & I missed home, so I could share my excitement for spicy food. But he sounded too good to be true! © Instagram 2 months of texting later, our first date was over a bowl of Ramen! When he invited me over for tea, I was expecting American 'tea', but when I walked into his home, I was hit with the smell of ginger-garlic! He had a steel spice box & when he made me tea, it was adrak chai! I felt comfortable with him–we were so similar in our beliefs. In 9 months, the universe played its role–our rents were coming to an end so we moved in together! I'd even make us dabbas with dal & chawal for lunch! © Instagram The decision to get married was simple–we'd found our soulmates in each other! We flew out to India to tell my parents & they organized a south Indian banana leaf meal to celebrate us. We got married in June 2019 & had a huge celebration–we had a Haldi, Sangeet & a black tie party! After all, you only get married to the love of your life once! Our family & friends helped us organize it all–we were surrounded by so much love. One of the best moments was when my dad raised a toast & said, 'If you have a child love & understand them, if you don't understand them, then love them more.' Our wedding was perfect! But getting to where we are today wasn't easy–I've been sent to therapy to 'get better' & I've had priests pray for my soul. But all of it has led me to him, so it was worth it. © Instagram The first time we went to India after our marriage was so lovely. There was an Indian swagat & we were showered with so much love. Our families accepted us beautifully–my mom always asks about him when I talk to her & the same goes for his family. © Instagram I don't know what the future holds, but that doesn't frighten me–because a love like ours was meant to be. We're going to continue making Bollywood playlists, we'll always come home to adrak-wali-chai… & we'll always fall asleep knowing that when we wake up, 'we' will still be there tomorrow & every single day for the rest of our lives.” © Instagram If I had a penny for negating the fact that true love exists, I'd fill an entire jar, but every time I am cynical about the fact that love indeed does exist, I go back to what Andrew and Colin share and reaffirm my faith in love, and more! View the full article
  11. A general view of the US Embassy at the Green zone in Baghdad, Iraq January 7, 2020. Photo: ReutersBAGHDAD: Two rockets crashed late Wednesday into Baghdad’s Green Zone, the high-security enclave where foreign embassies including the US mission are based, security sources told AFP. Just before midnight, AFP correspondents in Baghdad heard two loud blasts followed by the wailing security sirens of the Green Zone. The attack came nearly 24 hours after Tehran launched ballistic missiles at Iraqi bases housing American and other coalition forces, which did not cause casualties. The strikes were in retaliation for a US drone strike that killed top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis last week. Muhandis had been the deputy head of the Hashed al-Shaabi, a web of armed groups incorporated into the Iraqi state but which also have close ties to Tehran. Read also: Iran says it respects sovereignty of Iraq, a day after missiles launch The United States had accused Hashed groups of being behind a string of rocket attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad and bases hosting American troops across the country. On Wednesday, the Hashed’s hardline factions vowed they, too, would take revenge for the US raid. Paramilitary chief Qais al-Khazali — blacklisted as a "terrorist" by the US — said Iraq’s response to the US "will be no less than the size of the Iranian response." Harakat al-Nujaba, a hardline Hashed faction, vowed to avenge Muhandis. "To American soldiers: Do not close your eyes. Revenge for the martyr Muhandis is coming at the hands of Iraqis — until the last soldier among you leaves," it said. US has restored 'level of deterrence' on Iran: PentagonUS Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Wednesday said Washington had re-established some deterrence toward Iran in the wake of the January 3 drone strike that killed Soleimani. Esper also downplayed the firing of two rockets into Baghdad's fortified Green Zone late Wednesday, where the US and other foreign embassies are located and many US troops are based. Read also: Trump says Iran standing down, US 'ready to embrace peace' "We should have some expectation that the Shia groups, either directed or not directed by Iran, will continue in some way, shape or form to try and undermine our presence there, either politically or, you know, take some type of kinetic actions against us or do Lord-knows-what," Esper told reporters. Iran standing down, US 'ready to embrace peace': TrumpOn Wednesday US President Donald Trump offered peace to Iran, saying Tehran was "standing down" after missile strikes on US troop bases in Iraq that resulted in no American or Iraqi deaths. Trumps comments came as tensions between Washington and Tehran soared. Will strike 'resounding blow' if Israel is attacked: Netanyahu warns Iran Addressing a press conference at the White House, Trump said the targeted military bases suffered 'minimal damage' owing to "precautions and an early warning system" that helped save lives when the missiles were fired. "The American people should be happy. I am pleased to announce that no US soldiers were hurt in the attack last night by the Iran regime," he said. "Iran seems to be standing down which is good for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world," he said. Read more: Khamenei says Iran strike on US bases ‘a slap in the face’ for Washington Can the Iranian army confront the might of the American military? What has transpired since US killed Iran's Soleimani?
  12. The English pace bowler is to miss out on the final two Tests in South Africa after suffering a rib injury. Photo: AFPEngland pace bowler James Anderson will miss the final two Tests in South Africa after suffering a rib injury during their dramatic victory in Cape Town. Anderson sustained the problem on the final day of the second Test and MRI scans on Wednesday confirmed he won´t be back in action until after the current tour. It is a bitter blow for the 37-year-old, who was just two games into his comeback following the calf injury he endured in last summer´s Ashes series. Anderson, England´s record Test wicket taker, spent almost five months working back to full fitness and showed signs of being back to his best with seven wickets in England´s series-levelling 189-run win. But he was in visible discomfort on the final day, clutching his side at times and grimacing through two painful overs after tea. "James Anderson has been ruled out of the remainder of the Test series against South Africa after sustaining a left rib injury in England´s second Test victory at Newlands," an ECB statement said. "Anderson felt tightness and discomfort at the end of the morning session on day five and was only able to bowl eight overs during the day. He will return to the UK in the next few days." Anderson tweeted: "Frustrating to be missing the rest of this series with a broken rib but hopefully will be healed in a few weeks! Will be supporting the boys from home." Anderson´s tally of 584 Test scalps makes him the most prolific seamer in Test history, while his appearance in the Boxing Day Test at Centurion saw him become just the ninth man to win 150 Test caps. England were already giving consideration to sparing Anderson a thankless job on the spin-friendly pitches during their forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka. But the issue has been taken out of the selectors´ hands, with a bone-related injury likely to require around two months of recovery work. With that in mind, Anderson may now focus on getting ready for the English season, with a view to becoming just the fourth man in history to take 600 Test wickets after Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Warne and Anil Kumble. Somerset seamer Craig Overton will remain with the group having originally arrived as illness cover, but England should also have pace duo Jofra Archer and Mark Wood back in contention for next week´s third Test at Port Elizabeth.
  13. Flares are seen over the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, December 31, 2019. REUTERS/FilesBAGHDAD: Two rockets hit near the US embassy in Iraq's capital Sunday, witnesses told AFP, shortly after the deadline from a hardline pro-Iran faction for local troops to get away from US forces. The vehemently anti-American group, Kataeb Hezbollah, had warned Iraqi security forces to "get away" from US troops at joint bases across Iraq by 5PM (1400 GMT). Sunday's attack marks the 14th time rockets have been fired towards US installations in Iraq over the last two months.
  14. Ishaan Khatter proved his mettle in Bollywood with his first movie Dhadak and just like his elder brother Shahid Kapoor's on-point fashion game, even Ishaan's choices are impeccable. Recently, he wrapped his schedule for Khaali Peeli starring Ananya Pandey, which is set to release on 12th June 2020. As excited as we are for this one, we also couldn't stop digging Ishaan's pornstache moustache that he will be seen sporting in his upcoming movie. © Viral Bhayani Apart from his moustache, Ishaan has time and again pushed the envelope with his sartorial choices. Khatter proved just that yet again as he was spotted outside his gym wearing a pair of distorted shorts that successfully balanced out his workout look. Even though his outfit was super relaxed, the shorts with its striking hue made a head-turning statement. © Viral Bhayani © Nike Ishaan was spotted wearing Nike's DNA Distorted shorts. The brand has added a new spin to a pair of shorts and this combination is, far, the best workout combination. Furthermore, these shorts have a Dri-FIT technology that helps one stay comfortable while working out. There's an elastic drawcord that lets you have a personalised fit. The side pockets make this one quite roomy. © Nike You can always bank on a pair of black shorts for the gym but this particular one instantly catches the eye and is definitely a quirky option. Speaking of its price, these shorts are available for Rs 4,500 approximately which makes it affordable as well. Truly, it packs the style quotient in such a way that you won't have to buy more than one pair of shorts. © Viral Bhayani Coming to Ishaan's workout garb, it has an athleisure vibe to it. A black T-shirt coupled with dual-toned shorts and black sneakers makes it look edgy. You can instantly take inspiration and emulate this vibe in your gym looks as well. If you love to be stylish at all hours, add these shorts to your wardrobe and up your game, stat. Well done, Ishaan. View the full article
  15. The West Freeway Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Texas. Google Maps/via NBC NewsAt least two people were killed and a third was in critical condition after a shooting at a church in the suburbs of Fort Worth, Texas, local media reported on Sunday. One person died at the scene of the shooting and one en route to the hospital, the Dallas Morning News said, citing a spokesperson for local emergency services. Authorities were rushing to the scene at White Settlement, a suburb northwest of Fort Worth, where the West Freeway Church of Christ is located, local media said. The Fort Worth Fire Department issued an “active threat” assignment at around 1730 GMT and was assisting operations at the scene, according to reports. A witness told a local CBS affiliate that a man armed with a shotgun walked up to a server during communion and opened fire, before being shot by a person attending the service. “You feel like your life is flashing before you. I was so worried about my little one,” a witness told the network. Authorities believe the attacker was among the three people shot but it was not known whether he had been killed or injured, CBS 11 reported. The shooting was captured on video as the church service was apparently being streamed on YouTube, according to the New York Daily News.
  16. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi addresses a press conference in Multan. Photo: Geo News MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday said that Narendra Modi's controversial anti-Muslim citizenship law has split India into "two schools of thoughts" and exposed the Indian government's "Hindutva" mindset. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, passed by the Indian parliament on December 11, offers citizenship to refugees of several faiths including, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism but does not grant the same to Muslims. The statute, deemed "fundamentally discriminatory" by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, has triggered widespread protests in India, of which Qureshi took note in his press conference in Multan today. “There are protests all over India because of the Citizenship Amendment Act. India is completely divided over the move. It is split into two schools of thoughts,” he said. “The entire country is out on the streets protesting against the law. Twenty-five people have been killed in protests so far,” the foreign minister detailed. Qureshi said that the Indian authorities' internet blackout in India's northern states "has unmasked [Indian Prime Minister Narendra] Modi’s Hindutva thinking". He said that Muslims, Hindu and Sikhs have all been protesting against the controversial law, noting that even the chief ministers of several states, including Assam and Madhya Pradesh, have been leading the rallies. 'India's global image stands tarnished' The foreign minister said that the world has also taken notice of the issue. “The international media has been publishing scathing editorials over what is happening in India,” he said, adding that "India’s image has been tarnished all over the world." Qureshi also addressed the situation in occupied Kashmir, which has been under a lockdown for nearly five months. He said that Islamabad has asked newly appointed Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud to have the issue of occupied Kashmir discussed at Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). “The Saudi foreign minister has assured us that he will raise the issue at the forum,” he added. 'No dialogue until situation in occupied Kashmir is resolved'Qureshi dismissed the possibility of any dialogue with India until the issue in occupied Kashmir is resolved. “Due to the situation in occupied Kashmir, Islamabad is not mentally ready to sit down with New Delhi,” Qureshi said. The foreign minister further said that Islamabad had written a letter to the United Nations (UN) over India’s military maneuvers in occupied Kashmir on December 12. “The letter states how India can affect peace in the region. On the basis of our letter, China has requested that military observers brief the UN about the situation in Kashmir.” “The world should know what India is capable of,” he asserted. “We are aware of our responsibilities and are doing what we can on diplomatic and political fronts.” Qureshi again urged the human rights bodies to take notice of the issue in occupied Kashmir. “The issue of Kashmir has taken such a turn for worse that we need an OIC session of the foreign ministers. We are trying to have the session as soon as possible,” he said. He also said that Pakistan has good relations with all the Muslim countries in the world and that “we will continue to make sure there are no issues between the Muslim countries.”
  17. LAHORE: One person died and two others were injured on Friday after a fire erupted in a plaza at the city's famous Urdu Bazar. According to rescue officials, a cylinder inside a tea hotel at the plaza exploded, causing a fire that injured three persons. Rescue officials arrived at the plaza to take the injured to the hospital. Firefighters doused the flames in one hour. One of the injured persons, Zohaib, succumbed to his wounds and died at the hospital. Yaqoob and Zaman, the other two who were injured as a result of the fire, were discharged from the hospital after being treated.
  18. Photo: ISPRRAWALPINDI: Two soldiers of Pakistan Army were martyred and one wounded as Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing Thursday morning in Dewa Sector area, the military's media wing, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), said. According to ISPR, Pakistan Army soldiers while responding to cross-border fire from the enemy in Haji Pir Sector damaged Indian post and killed three Indian soldiers including a subedar. “Indian cease fire violations (CFVs) along the Line of Control (LoC) during the last 36 hours. Responding to CFVs, in Haji Pir Sector Pakistan Army troops damaged Indian post killing three Indian soldiers including a Subedar, few injured too,” ISPR tweeted. The military’s media wing added Naib Subedar Kandero and Sepoy Ehsan of Pakistan Army embraced Shahadat. Last week, ISPR had clarified that there had been no major exchange of fire in Kiran or Neelum valley as was being propagated by Indian media. "Intermittent CFVs (ceasefire violations) by Indian Army continue along LOC, being befittingly responded. In response to CFV in Dewa Sector reports of damage to Indian posts and heavy casualties to Indian soldiers. No major exchange of fire in Kiran or Neelum valley as being propagated by Indian media," ISPR tweeted. Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat, in suggestive and provocative remarks, had on Wednesday said that the situation along the Line of Control could escalate any time and that the Indian army was prepared for the spiraling of the escalation matrix, The Times of India had reported.
  19. No Christmas Mass at Notre-Dame for first time in two centuries. Photo: ReutersPARIS: Notre-Dame cathedral will fail to hold a Christmas mass for the first time since 1803, French officials confirmed on Saturday, as workers continue to repair and rebuild the Paris landmark eight months after a devastating fire. The cathedral´s press office said midnight mass would still be celebrated on Christmas Eve by rector Patrick Chauvet but it would be held at the nearby church of Saint-Germain l´Auxerrois. Notre-Dame, part of a UNESCO world heritage site on the banks of the River Seine, was ravaged by the April 15 blaze -- losing its gothic spire, roof and many precious artefacts. The building had remained open for Christmas through two centuries of often tumultuous history -- including the Nazi occupation in World War II -- being forced to close only during the anti-Catholic revolutionary period in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. President Emmanuel Macron has set a timetable of five years to completely repair the eight-centuries-old structure, which remains shrouded in scaffolding with a vast crane looming over it. Paris prosecutors suspect criminal negligence and opened an investigation in June, suggesting a stray cigarette butt or an electrical fault could be the culprit. The culture ministry said in October that nearly one billion euros ($1.1 billion) had been pledged or raised for the reconstruction.
  20. NEW DELHI: Police opened fire on hundreds of protesters in southern India on Thursday, killing two, an official said, as fresh violence erupted around the country over a contentious citizenship law critics say is anti-Muslim. The fatalities brought to eight the death toll from more than a week of unrest and came as authorities shut down internet and text messaging for tens of millions in India´s most-populous state. In the southern city of Mangalore, two men identified as Abdul Jalil, 49, and Samshir Kudroli, 23, "died in police firing during the protests", Qadir Shah, a spokesman for the deputy commissioner, told AFP. He said a curfew had been imposed in the city with schools, restaurants and bars shut. A third fatality was also reportedly linked to protests in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, where a man was hospitalised in Lucknow with a gunshot injury and died soon after, a hospital source told AFP. Police did not confirm the death, but his father told the Times of India his son was shot after getting caught in a crowd of protesters while out to buy groceries. Four others were being treated at a hospital in Mangalore "with bullet injuries following the clashes", a district medical officer told AFP. Deadly protests have broken out across India over a new law easing citizenship rules for people fleeing persecution from three neighbouring countries -- but not for Muslims. Seven months after Modi swept to a second term, the law has stoked accusations at home and abroad that he wants to reshape India as a Hindu nation, which he denies. The past week had already seen six people killed and dozens injured in the northeastern state of Assam. On Thursday, authorities had banned gatherings across swathes of the world´s biggest democracy including all of Uttar Pradesh and Bangalore, areas of the northeast and parts of Bihar, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai. But that did not prevent tens of thousands from taking their anger onto the streets. - Internet cut - In Mangalore, Shah said police fired their weapons after some 200 demonstrators refused to stop their march. "They marched towards the busiest area of Mangalaru. This led to lathi (big, wooden sticks) charge. Then the tear gas was fired. When the protestors still didn´t stop, the police had to open fire after that," he said, using an alternate name for the city. Security forces and protesters also clashed in the states of Karnataka and Gujarat -- Modi´s home state where police said they baton-charged demonstrators and arrested 50 people. In Uttar Pradesh -- home to some 200 million people -- the government cut both mobile internet and SMS services after hundreds of protesters in the city of Samhbal set fire to vehicles and threw stones at security forces who responded with tear gas. In New Delhi, metro stations were shut down, while authorities ordered telecom firms to cut calls, text messages and data in parts of the city. Prominent rights activist Harsh Mander was detained in the capital, while in Bangalore the renowned historian Ramachandra Guha was among a number of protesters dragged onto a police bus. In the northeast, where the protests originated last week, around 20,000 people marched in different locations -- although this time no violence was reported. The day´s biggest demonstration took place in Malegaon district of Maharashtra state with as many as 60,000 people, police said. And a crowd of around 40,000 people in eastern West Bengal´s Kolkata city was led by the state´s chief minister Mamata Banerjee, a strong Modi critic. - ´Something has changed´ - In Mumbai, thousands including tattooed students and older Muslim men wearing skullcaps brandished Indian flags, posters of Mahatma Gandhi and handed out copies of the constitution. "Something has changed. This is the first time in a long time that people in Mumbai have come out in such large numbers to register dissent," said consultant Karishma V. The protests have been fuelled by anger about alleged police brutality including at a university in Delhi on Sunday night. Security forces in the capital have fired some 450 tear gas shells in the past five days, the Hindustan Times daily reported. One student reportedly lost an eye. The demonstrations in the city have at times turned violent with vehicles set on fire and protesters hurling stones at police in heavily Muslim areas on Wednesday. "If they show us the lathi (police baton), we will show them roses," a student in Delhi, Shivanji, told AFP as she handed flowers to police on Thursday.
  21. RAWALPINDI: Two civilians were martyred and an equal number were injured as India resorted to unprovoked shelling across the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday. According to the ISPR, Indian forces targeted Jora sector along the LoC. Two civilians on the Pakistani side of the border, 14-year-old Shaharyar and 29-year-old Naveed were martyred due to the shelling. Two people including a woman were injured in the cross-border fire. The ISPR said that Pakistan Army effectively responded to the firing and damaged the Indian post that had fired at the Pakistani civilian sector. The ISPR said that there were reports that casualties had taken place in the Indian border forces as a result of the exchange. Three Pakistani soldiers were also injured in the firing exchange. The two forces traded fire one day after Indian army chief's provocative statements against Pakistan in which he said that the situation along the border could escalate at any time, The Times of India reported. General Bipin Rawat had said that the Indian army was prepared for the spiraling of the escalation matrix.
  22. The first day of a strike saw giant rallies across the country coupled with walkouts that paralysed transport and closed schools. Photo: ReutersPARIS: A strike that crippled public transport and closed schools across France entered a second day on...
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