Saturday, January 29, 2011

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US embassy demands immediate release of Davis

US consulate employee Davis is escorted by police and officials after appearing before a judge in Lahore. PHOTO: AFP
The United States embassy in Islamabad on Saturday called for the immediate release of Raymond Davis, the US diplomat who was arrested for gunning down two men in Lahore on Thursday.

Karachi receives scattered rains

Several areas of the metropolis received light downpour in the morning hours on Saturday.
“These winter rains are due to westerly buildup in Balochistan and other parts of the country,” said an official of Meteorological Department.
He said the weather will remain cloudy and the city will continue to receive scattered rains till Sunday evening.

WikiLeaks founder says enjoys making banks squirm

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he enjoys making banks squirm thinking they might be the next targets of his website which has published U.S. diplomatic and military secrets.
“I think it’s great. We have all these banks squirming, thinking maybe it’s them,” Assange told the CBS television program “60 Minutes” in an interview.
CBS released a partial transcript on Friday ahead of Sunday’s broadcast of the full segment.
Bank of America Corp shares fell more than

China denies plan to create world’s biggest city

Authorities in southern China’s Guangdong province have denied planning to unite nine towns to create the world’s biggest city in the Pearl River delta, according to state media.
“The reports were totally false. There is no such plan,” Guo Yuewen, spokesman for the Communist party’s provincial committee, was quoted as saying by the official China Daily on Saturday.
Media had reported on a project to unite nine urban areas — including both Guangzhou and Shenzhen — into a megalopolis with a population of 42 million, according to the

Hafeez, Afridi help Pakistan level series against NZ

Hafeez, Afridi help Pakistan level series against NZ CHRISTCHURCH: Mohammad Hafeez scored his first one-day century and Shahid Afridi blasted the equal-fastest half century in New Zealand as Pakistan levelled
their one-day series against the hosts following a 43-run victory at Lancaster Park on Saturday.

New Zealand never really challenged Pakistan's imposing 293 for seven, with Martin Guptill (39), Jamie How (24) Scott Styris (46) and Kane Williamson (42) all getting starts but leaving too many runs for the lower order to overhaul the total.

Skipper Afridi also cleverly rotated his bowlers, who expertly changed their pace and angles, bowled to their fields and took wickets just as New Zealand's batsmen appeared set to push on.

Pakistan won by 43 runs

Pakistan 293/7 (50 ov)
New Zealand 250/9 (50.0 ov)
Pakistan won by 43 runs

Why so many B-town hotties using abusive language?

Why so many B-town hotties using abusive language?Bollywood stars have been quite liberal in their movies these days with a lot of abusive language and cuss words being used by top leading stars as if it was something as natural as night and day.

There are recent Bollywood films like Kaminey, Yeh Saali Zindagi, No One Killed Jessica just to name a few where so many cuss words have been used by protagonists as if there was nothing as entertaining as these in our films. 

Yet when it comes to analyzing these very movies where quite a lot of noticeable such words or phrases are used it seems almost strange that despite these very bold dialogues littered with such words these movies have done considerably well at the box office.

This goes on to say to a certain extent that probably the modern Indian audiences are quite comfortable with this language. 

Now does that mean that certain cuss words have entered into the daily dialect of our society and somewhere down the line there is very little left to draw the line between what is considered to be acceptable and what not acceptable in

IT officers seize Katrina's computer to find tax fraud

IT officers seize Katrina`s computer to find tax fraudIn the latest developments of the Income Tax fiasco involving actresses Priyanka Chopra and Katrina Kaif, the IT officials have seized the computer of Katrina. They want to collect more data related to the tax evasion suspicions. 

The income Tax officials had raided the homes of these two actresses on Monday 24th January 2011. The raids were conducted at 7.30 a.m.

According to reports, both of them did quite a number of shows last year and both have not declared huge sums of money that they earned through those shows. The amount could up to Rs.6.Crore. Further reports mention that crore of rupees were recovered from their homes.

The IT department will look into Katrina and Priyanka’s bank accounts and also interrogate their business managers. The income tax department suspects that both Katrina and Priyanka might be guilty of tax evasion on the money that they have procured from foreign stage shows, guest appearances and several brand endorsements.

PCB sends ICC report on Amir’s participation in match

Pakistan Cricket Board has probed the alleged participation of suspended cricketer Mohammad Aamir in a match in Rawalpindi and submitted a report to the games ruling body, the ICC on the matter.
“The match that Aamir bowled in was an unofficial match between two club sides that are not registered with the Rawalpindi Cricket Association. It was also found that no PCB official was present at the venue when the player took part in the game.
Furthermore the team sheets prepared prior to the

Dabangg outshines all at Mirchi Music Awards

The award season is at its peak and we are already witnessing the Salman Khan starrer ‘Dabangg’ rope in most of the trophies right from Best actor to Best film as was seen in the Apsara Awards. But looks like merely the film awards aren’t enough for this block buster.
Now, Dabangg is also making a clean sweep for its heart-pulsating music. Recently at the Mirchi Music Awards, ‘Dabangg’ bagged the major awards including the Best Album of the year and the Best Song of the year.
‘Dabangg’ was conferred with the best album of

MJ imprints slab up for auction

MJ imprints slab up for auction LAS VEGAS: A 375-pound cement slab which has an imprint of late King of Pop Michael Jackson's hands, feet and signature is to go under the hammer.

The singer made the impression back in 1984 for a Las Vegas Walk of Fame project, which never came to fruition, reports the Daily Star.

The cement block, which has been dubbed the 'Broken Heart Stone' because of a crack running through a heart shape on Jackson's left palm print, was found in the basement of the Riviera Hotel in 2006.

It was then raffled off to a guest, who sold it on to the current owner in 2009.

The stone is set to go under the hammer in Los Angeles

Red meat heightens risk of cancer

Red meat heightens risk of cancer LONDON: Cutting back on steak, sausages and salami could help prolong your life, according to the most comprehensive study done on meat and mortality.

A team of researchers tracked half a million Americans over a decade and found those who ate more red and processed meats appear to have a "modestly increased" risk of dying from all causes, and specifically from cancer or heart disease.

In contrast, those who ate more white meat have a decreased risk of dying, and in particular of dying from cancer.

"The results complement the recommendations by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research

New rooms discovered in Egyptian pyramid

New rooms discovered in Egyptian pyramid PARIS: French architect Jean-Pierre Houdin unveiled in Paris on Thursday the existence of two hidden and so far unknown rooms in Egypt's Great Pyramid.

No one had ever suspected the existence of any such rooms. But in his many visits to Khufu’s king’s chamber, Houdin noticed that one stone element in the burial room was not supporting any weight and therefore had once been a passage.

According to funeral rites of ancient Egypt, kings would be buried with all their belongings in close proximity. In other pyramids these items are situated in a room adjacent to the burial room.

"We announced, unveiled that inside the Khufu Pyramid there

Twin bombings in Kohat tunnel; 4 dead

Twin bombings in Kohat tunnel; 4 dead PESHAWAR: At least four people including two women were killed and 19 others wounded in twin truck bombings that targeted a key Kohat tunnel late Friday, officials said Saturday. 

The attacks took place late Friday night in and outside the tunnel which connects the main city of Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to the city of Kohat.

In the first attack, "an explosive-laden truck entered the tunnel and blew up, badly damaging another truck behind it, wounding five people," top administration official in Kohat, Shahidullah, told media.

Security officials said the attack aimed to damage the Japanese-built tunnel, which had been recently reopened to

Mubarak sacks government, vows reforms

Mubarak sacks government, vows reforms CAIRO: President Hosni Mubarak sacked Egypt's government and vowed to bring in democratic and economic reforms, in a televised address early on Saturday after deadly anti-regime protests.

"I have asked the government to resign and tomorrow there will be a new government," a stoney-faced Mubarak said after four days of protests demanding his resignation in which at least 27 people have been killed.

He vowed to pursue economic and political reforms.

"We will not backtrack on reforms. We will continue with new steps which will ensure the independence of the judiciary and its rulings, and more freedom for citizens," Mubarak said.