Friday, January 14, 2011

Man falls from plane in Lahore: Witnesses

A man apparently fell from a plane in Al Faisal town in Lahore on Thursday night.
LAHORE: Details of the police report about a man, who apparently fell from a plane in Al Faisal town in Lahore Thursday night, were sent to the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) on Friday.
The body’s fingerprints are being searched for in the records of the National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) for identification, while the police have reportedly completed all legal procedures regarding the case.

Veena Malik At Ashmit Patel Birthday Photos

Ashmit reached the finals of Bigg Boss Season 4, and that makes him the winner for his family. His dear sister Amisha Patel and his lovely parents Asha and Amit Patel threw a big bash for him on his birthday, yesterday, at Veda. Along with close friends, Ashmit’s Bigg Boss housemates Shweta Tiwari, Sakshi Pradhan, Hrishant Goswami, Rahul Bhatt and many others were seen at the party. But Ashmit looked quite comfortable posing with Sara Khan than Veena(see the images).

John Abrahim 8-Packs In Movie Force

John Abraham has a body to die for and that also makes the star just perfect for any action film, but the handsome boy of Bollywood was never seen in a hard-core action movie after his villainous act in Dhoom.

Imran Khan turns 28

Bollywood star Imran Khan turned today 28-year. Imran Khan was born on 13th January 1983 in Wisconsin, USA.
Khan made appearances as a child artist in his uncle Aamir’s films, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander (1992). Both times he played the role of a young Aamir Khan.
Imran made his debut as a lead actor in the 2008 film Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na directed by Abbas Tyrewala, produced by Aamir Khan and Mansoor Khan and co-starring Genelia D’Souza. The film received rave reviews from

Obama to welcome Zaradri today

US President Barack Obama will on Friday welcome President Asif Ali Zardari to the White House for talks on ties between the uneasy war partners, spokesman Robert Gibbs said.
Zardari was heading to Washington to take part in a memorial service for Richard Holbrooke, the US special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan who died last month at age 69.
Obama and Zardari “will discuss aspects of the US-Pakistan strategic partnership, including our mutual commitment to economic reform, support for democracy and

Atif Aslam donates to flood relief

International pop star and Pakistani singer Atif Aslam will begin his first Australasian tour at Auckland’s Logan Campbell Centre on January 21.
Atif will donate ticket profits from the concert to support Oxfam’s work with survivors of last year’s devastating floods in the country, which have affected over 20 million people.
He travelled to the affected areas and helped hand out food, supplies and aid to the victims.
Atif was so moved by the sights that he released a song encouraging fans to support survivors in

I forgive Vivek but not SRK: Salman

The only thing predictable about Salman Khan is that he can be completely unpredictable at times. Just when the entire industry was expecting Salman to forgive SRK, post the latter’s national televised apology on Karan Johar ‘s ‘Koffee with Karan’, our favorite Sallu mian thought of excusing his other ‘celebrated’ foe of his past – Vivek Oberoi.
Salman maintains that he would rather go ahead mending issues with Vivek Oberoi than think of ending his standoff with Shah Rukh. Salman feels that SRK’s apology was fake and that all he did in KJo’s show was

Chinese manufacturers cash in on royal wedding

Chinese manufacturers cash in on royal wedding BEIJING: Britain may be on the other side of the world, but Chinese manufacturers are cashing in on the British royal wedding as they churn out tens of thousands of replica royal engagement rings.

Last November, Prince William and his beaming fiancee Kate Middleton showed off the blue sapphire ring, surrounded with diamonds, which had belonged to William's mother, the late Princess Diana.

Dozens of factories located in the eastern Chinese city of Yiwu in Zhejiang province, home to the world's largest wholesale market for a wide range of small items from pencils to socks to cups, have been rushing to produce knockoffs of the ring to meet surging global demand.

Jewelry manufacturer Zhou Mingwang said he jumped at the

Painkillers 'cause kidney damage'

Painkillers  LONDON: Be it a body pain, a headache or the pain of a wound, all we do is to pop in a Painkiller. Soon the pain subsides and you sign off for a peaceful sleep, unaware of the fact that the painkiller is playing tricks on your body organs.

Experts say that occasional intake of Painkillers does not cause harm but regular practice may lead to serious health conditions. Surveys have proved the fast growing practice of Painkiller addiction. Most of the addicts were not even aware that they were addicted to the painkiller. 

Painkillers do not work on any specific body part. All they do is to reduce the pain messages sent to brain and relax the reaction. Painkillers do the job of suppressing the pain but they never cure it. If the pain is an outcome of a constant health condition, it will return after a gap of few hours. 

Australia finally had something to celebrate

Australia beat England by four runs in 2nd T20I MELBOURNE: Australia finally had something to celebrate after recording an unlikely four-run win over England in the second Twenty20 international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday.

After Australia battled to 147-7 thanks to an unbeaten half-century by second-gamer Aaron Finch, England looked set to cruise to victory when they were 58-0 after six overs, with opener Ian Bell on song.

However, England's quest to extend their record unbeaten T20 streak to nine matches, having defeated Australia on the last ball of Wednesday's game in Adelaide, came unstuck as their middle order failed to deliver.

As was the

Fear grips Karachi as death toll rises to 22

Fear grips Karachi as death toll rises to 22 KARACHI: Another wave of target killings hit Karachi leaving 22 people killed in the last 24 hours including Geo News reporter Wali Kahan Babar in different parts of the country's commercial capital, Geo News reported.

At least seven people were killed yesterday while fifteen more lost lives today.

Gulistan-e-Jauhar's Pahalwan Goth area was once again under the grip of violence where two groups exchanged fire. Sindh CM's helicopter pilot Major Iqbal Kaashmiri was shot dead near Rabia City and another man was killed on Jam Sadiq Bridge in Korangi Industrial Area.

Two injured people also