Wednesday, August 4, 2010

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Zardari under attack over Europe trip

Zardari under attack over Europe trip LONDON: Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari was in Britain Wednesday amid a row over terrorism, and rising criticism over his failure to return home in the aftermath of the worst floods in living memory.

Zardari, who arrived in Britain Tuesday, will hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron Friday and explain "face to face" Islamabad's anger over Cameron's claim last week that Pakistan promoted the "export of terror".

But Zardari is now under growing pressure to go back to Pakistan and lead the country's response to devastating floods in northwest and central Pakistan which have killed up to 1,500 people affected over three million.

Pakistan is holding an emergency cabinet meeting Wednesday in a bid to speed up relief work following the devastating floods which washed away villages and ruined farmland in one of its poorest and volatile regions.

Imran Khan, the country's former cricket captain turned opposition politician, said Zardari should be in Pakistan following the disaster.

"Any talks can be postponed -- surely the priority should be your own people," he told ITV television. "And then to go on this lavish tour -- this money could be used on the victims.

"Remember Pakistan is bankrupt right now so the government doesn't have enough money, so he should be mobilising people to help these victims of the floods."

Zardari's visit to Europe -- which started in France, where he met President Nicolas Sarkozy and visited his family's rural stately home -- is not due to end after a rally in Britain Saturday when he will reportedly launch the political career of his son, who has been studying at Oxford University.

The trip was labelled a "joy ride" by one flood survivor, and a number of British lawmakers of Pakistani origin have pulled out of a planned lunch with Zardari Thursday.

"For him to spend tens of thousands of pounds on the launch of his son's political career at a time when his country needs him shows that he's out of touch and his advisors are ill-informed," one of them, Lord Nazir Ahmed of the main opposition Labour Party, said.

"Quite frankly, staying in five-star hotels with his huge entourage, tens of big cars that have been hired just to give him this protocol in London, it's quite outrageous."

There was also an angry reception late Tuesday for Zardari when he arrived at his hotel in central London, where protesters accused him of wasting money on the visit that would be better spent helping those affected by the floods.

Officials have sought to defend the cost of Zardari's trip, issuing a statement insisting he was staying in the "cheapest five-star hotel in London" and was avoiding the royal suite in favour of a "relatively cheaper" one.

Zardari is still expected to meet members of Cameron's government Thursday, thought to include Home Secretary Theresa May, Education Secretary Michael Gove and Minister Without Portfolio Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, Britain's first female Muslim cabinet minister.

Cameron has insisted he stands by his highly controversial comments on Pakistan's attitude to violent extremism. He also said Pakistan must not "look both ways" in handling it during a visit to India last week.

Zardari hit back in an interview with French daily Le Monde Tuesday, warning that coalition forces were "losing the war against the Taliban" in Afghanistan and adding: "The war against terrorism must unite us and not oppose us".

Cameron later rejected the idea that international forces in Afghanistan were "losing the battle of hearts and minds" in a BBC radio interview Tuesday.

He also said that Britain's relationship with Afghanistan could "survive speaking frankly about problems"

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FC Commandant Sifwat Ghayur killed in Peshawar blast

FC Commandant Sifwat Ghayur killed in Peshawar blast 
 PESHAWAR: Commandant FC Sifwat Ghayur along with at least four guards has been killed in a powerful suicide blast in Peshawar area of Saddar, Geo News quoted SP Cantt Wednesday.

The SP Cantonment said the suicide bomber targeted the FC vehicle, adding the injured have been shifted to LRH.

The blast occurred at Deens Chowk, a usually crowded commercial spot. The blast damaged at least three vehicles including one FC’s vehicle carrying Sifwat Ghayur, FC’s Commandant.

The FC Headquarters is situated near the blast site.

The Bomb Disposal Squad, police and other law enforcement agencies approached the area before long and put a security cordon around the blast site.

The firefighters are busy with efforts putting out the fire that encompassed the vehicles after the blast.

Floods wreak havoc in Punjab as Mitthan Kot dam bursts

Floods wreak havoc in Punjab as Mitthan Kot dam bursts LAHORE: The flash floods have wreaked havoc in different areas of Punjab as Mithan Kot dam has broke down and floodwaters heading towards the city.

The evacuation of local residents is in progress as administration directed the residents to move towards safer places. The 8,00,000 cusecs of floodwaters is approaching towards Rajanpur. The mazar of sufi poet Hazrat Khawaja Fareed has been closed keeping in view flood threat.

On the other hand, people stranded in floods in Tonsa Sharif and Dera Ghazi Khan still waiting for government relief. 

Salman Khan will host Big Boss

Salman Khan will host Big Boss MUMBAI: Salman Khan. Sallu will soon be seen hosting season 4 of the popular reality show Big Boss.

For some time now, there has been quite a lot of speculation whether King Khan AKA Shahrukh Khan will be the host; however, all rumours have been put to rest with Sallu being nominated as the host for the show.

Though the dates of the show haven't yet been finalized, it is said that Sallu and Big B will be pitting their with against each other as show hosts on two different shows with the latest season of Big Boss being said to start alongside KBC.

On previous seasons other prominent Bollywood stars like Arshad Warsi, Shilpa Shetty and Amitabh himself have been hosts, so what's left to be seen is how Sallu treats the show. 

Computer screens bad for kids' brains: experts

Computer screens bad for kids LONDON: A psychologist has warned that computer screens are bad for the brains of young children. Dr Aric Sigman, an American-born British psychologist warns against computer usage, especially by any children under 9.

"Children are adults legally at 18 but their brains are not adult till they’re 24 and a half," Sigman said.

"Because of that, things that we know may have a negative impact should be limited till the brain has set in stone,” he added.

According to Sigman’s study, children aged 10 to 15 who were given computers, showed reductions in maths and reading abilities.

He added that face-to-face communication for kids is a lot more vital in brain development than technology is.

Taiwanese woman catches 4 million mosquitoes

Taiwanese woman catches 4 million mosquitoes

TAIPEI: A Taiwanese woman has set a world record for mosquito catchers, winning a £1,900 cash prize for killing 4 million of the insects in a month. Huang Yuyen, from Yunlin county in southern Taiwan, beat 72 rivals with a catch weighing in at more than 1.5 kilogram’s (3lbs 5oz), according to the insect trap-making company that organised the contest. The haul was more than double that of her nearest rival.

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Katrina to do the Kaakha Kaakha remake with John

Dostana 2 being postponed to late- 2011 has given John Abraham free time to start shooting the Hindi remake of Kaakha Kaakha with director Nishikant Kamat.

Possible pairing
The actor starts shooting for Kaakha Kaakha this week. His Dostana 2 leading lady Katrina Kaif finds herself with free time on her hands and might end up pairing with John in this film.

Producer Vipul Shah commends Tarun Mansukhani for his decision to postpone Dostana 2. "It's commendable that Tarun decided to wait until he was happy with his script. We were to start our remake of Kaakha Kaakha in April but we pushed it ahead as we were not happy with our script. We've now revamped Kaakha Kaakha."

Vipul says Johnny Boy's leading lady is yet to finalised. Here's where John's project stands to benefit further from the postponement of Dostana 2.

Katrina Kaif, a dear friend to both John and Vipul Shah, is being asked to take over the leading lady's place in the project. And apparently KK is on. When contacted, Kat says the sudden postponement of Dostana 2 has left her dates diary disengaged. "Something else is being worked out, " she offers evasively.

So if not Dostana 2, Kat will do the Kaakha Kaakha remake with John.

ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI declared a blockbuster

Balaji and Milan Luthria's ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI starring Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Kangana Ranaut and Prachi Desai has much reason to celebrate as the film opened to outstandingcollections.

Cinemax India president - sales, marketing and operations Devang Sampat said, 'The opening of ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI was excellent, it opened at around 80 per cent and is still growing. In places like Gujarat and Nasik, the occupancy was 100 per cent.'

Inox Leisure associate vice president Rajender Singh Jyala said, 'ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI opened very well, with some of the morning shows even running full.'

Seen through the eyes of a police officer, ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI traces the changing face of the Mumbai underworld. The film, set primarily in 1970 Mumbai, follows the rise of Sultan (Ajay Devgn), and his eventual fall, when his protege Shoaib (Emraan Hashmi), challenges his supremacy, and usurps power to rule the murky underbelly of Mumbai.

ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI -a super-entertaining rewind to the era of romance, smuggling, cabaret and the mafia also had the industry tweeting about the film. Award winning director Madhur Bhandarkar tweeted, 'Saw Once Upon A Time In Mumbai. Is a great cinematic experience of 80s era Ajay Devgn and Emran Hashmi's performances rock. After a long time full claptrap, total paisa vasool, more power to Ekta Kapoor and Milan Lutharia.'

Says an elated Ekta Kapoor, 'I'm very happy with the response the film has received. The collectionshave been outstanding and all our hard work on the movie has borne fruit.'

Another 57 killed in Karachi violence; 150 injured

Another 57 killed in Karachi violence; 150 injured KARACHI: Over 57 people have been gunned down so far in incidents of violence including firing and torching property since Monday evening while over 150 persons have been injured, Geo News reported.

Scores of shops, vehicles, houses have been burnt to aches by unidentified miscreants despite the constant presence of heavy contingents from law enforcement agencies on roads and streets in 

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Mobile for the hard of hearing

Mobile for the hard of hearing LONDON: It will not make you popular with the neighbours.

But if your hearing is not what it was and you do not always hear your mobile ring, it could be the phone for you.

With a ring tone that can reach 100 decibels, the same as a pneumatic drill, there is no chance that you'll miss it going off - and nor will anyone in your street.

And for the hard of hearing, the earpiece can be set to an even higher volume - 110dB, the equivalent of a South African vuvuzela horn being blown at full blast beside your head.

Designed with large, clear buttons and a lack of complicated features, the makers of the Amplicom M6000 say it is the ideal phone for the elderly or anyone with hearing loss.

While it is compatible with hearing aids, product manager David Youngs, who has hearing difficulties himself, says many people like to be able to make calls without wearing theirs.

'I can make a call and even if I haven't got my hearing aid on I can just push the volume up and hear the conversation perfectly,' he said.

'The ring tone is also extremely loud - put it this way, if it went off in a restaurant on the highest setting, you'd probably get thrown out!'

The phone was designed for those with hearing difficulties, but the simple, uncluttered design is expected to prove popular with anyone who feels the range of often unnecessary functions on modern phones is just too much.

'To those who want simplicity, talk of megapixel cameras, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and music files is extremely off-putting,' added Youngs.

The standard earpiece volume of the M6000 goes up to 30dB, but a 'boost' function enables it to be increased right up to 110dB - louder than a motorbike or the average thunderclap, and almost as noisy as being at a rock concert.

In addition to its ear-splitting volume, the phone features a large, clear keypad and a screen with displays text messages in extra-large type.

And while it has no camera, there are extra functions - including an SOS button on the back which can be set to ring a relative in an emergency.

There is also a motion sensor which can be set to automatically ring 999 or an emergency contact if the user falls over.

The handset, which sells at £119.99 and according to the manufacturers is compatible with all UK operators except the 3 network, could prove a hit with the estimated 4.5million UK pensioners who don't own a mobile.

While there are almost 77 million mobile subscriptions in the UK, more than half of voice calls still originate from landlines rather than mobiles.

But by last year, four in five households had both a mobile phone and a landline phone.
Amplicom are also targeting the 165,000 people registered as being hard of hearing in England. Out of these, 65 per cent are over the age of 75.

Chinese students attend school in cave

Chinese students attend school in cave BEIJING: A series of wonderful photos show Chinese children at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province studying and playing in a school campus built in a cave.

Children attend class at the Dongzhong (literally meaning "in cave") primary school at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province, November 14, 2007. The school is built in a huge, aircraft hanger-sized natural cave, carved out of a mountain over thousands of years by wind, water and seismic shifts.

Children play basketball at the playground of Dongzhong (literally meaning "in cave") primary school at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province.

Children are seen during break time at the Dongzhong (literally meaning "in cave") primary school at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province.

Children play during break time at the Dongzhong (literally meaning "in cave") primary school at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province.

A general view shows the Dongzhong (literally meaning "in cave") primary school at a Miao village in Ziyun county, southwest China's Guizhou province.

Lindsay Lohan into rehab from jail

Lindsay Lohan into rehab from jail NEW YORK: On her previous trip to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., in 2007, Lindsay Lohan was incarcerated for just under 90 minutes after arrests for drunken driving and cocaine possession.

On a return visit, she was there only slightly longer: An international news agency reported that Lohan, the 24-year-old “Mean Girls” and “Freaky Friday” star, was released from the jail on Monday at 1:35 a.m. Pacific time, having been jailed for less than two weeks of a 90-day sentence for violating the terms of her probation.

The A.P. said Lohan would have to fulfill the rest of her sentence at a rehabilitation center.

On July 20 she surrendered herself in the Beverly Hills courtroom of Judge Marsha Revel of Los Angeles County Superior Court, having missed a May parole hearing stemming from the 2007 arrests and after a court-ordered monitoring device detected the presence of alcohol.

Gunman kills 8, himself in US workplace shooting

Gunman kills 8, himself in US workplace shooting NEW YORK: A disgruntled employee went on a shooting rampage Tuesday at a beer distribution firm in Connecticut, killing eight co-workers before turning the gun on himself, police and officials said.

Officers were called to the scene at Hartford Distributors in Manchester, Connecticut shortly after 7:30 am (1130 GMT) at the time of a shift change when up to 40 people were inside.

"There were nine individuals, including the suspect, who were killed during the shooting," said a police statement. "We are presently in the process of trying to identify the victims and make notifications to family members."

The shooter, who local media reports said had been called in by managers for a disciplinary hearing, was found dead some 40 minutes later after shooting a total of 10 people then himself.

Two wounded were transported to a local hospital and "expected to survive," the police statement said.

The main hospital in the nearby state capital Hartford said it had received three victims of the shooting, one dead, one critical and the third in a stable condition.

The shooter was named by the local Hartford Courant newspaper as Omar Thornton, a 34-year-old driver for the firm.

Thornton was described by a Teamsters union official quoted by the paper as a recent hire with a "disciplinary problem.

"The union was bringing him in to meet with the company to remedy the problem," said Hollis. "He started shooting."

Other unconfirmed reports from family members suggested Thornton, who is black, had complained about being racially harassed at work and that his superiors had done nothing about it.

The Hartford Courtand quotes sources as saying Thornton had used a .223 caliber semiautomatic rifle for his shooting spree and that two people had been shot outside the building and five inside, where he was later found.

Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell issued a poignant statement of condolence to the victims.

"Our prayers go out to the employees and families of the victims. In the wake of this tragedy we are all left asking the same questions. How could someone do this? Why did they do this?

"It was a senseless act of violence that has left us all shaken and reminds us just how precious and fragile life truly is."

Many US states have loose gun ownership laws, but the incident left residents of the small town of Manchester just outside the state capital of Hartford in shock.

The wounded victims in a stable condition was said to be Steven Hollander, whose family owns Hartford distributors, the biggest Budweiser distributor in Connecticut with some 400 employees.

"Everyone is devastated by this tragic and senseless act," Jim Bataglio, a spokesman for the Hollander family, was quoted as saying in the Hartford Courant.

3G Spectrums to be Auctioned Shortly: PTA Chief

3g big 3G Spectrums to be Auctioned Shortly: PTA Chief
The 3G (Third Generation) spectrums have been decided to be auctioned in the next three to four months and subsequently its policy framework would be finalized by the ministry, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Dr Muhammad Yaseen said.
Talking in the seminar “Demand for 3G and beyond” on Monday, he brushed aside an impression that cellular operators are not willing to enter 3G technology and said there are certain operators supporting the regulator to introduce advancement in the market.
He said cellular operators have expressed apprehensions on the launch of 3G technology, which we are trying to clarify regarding the concerns of revenues and demands in the local market.
PTA chief  citing India as an example of 3G market with limited users and revenues added that “We have explained operators the regional markets’ trends and significance of generating revenues in limited demanding market.”
“We (PTA) will offer cellular operators spectrum as they are already license holders of the regulator but they are not bound to launch 3G or 4G because we will give them a choice, so its up to them,” he said. He said the localization of value-added service contents needs to be developed rapidly in accordance with domestic market requirements that will not only promote business at domestic level but will also incite demand of its application through 3G technology on mobile phone.
“Zong has earlier offered a business deal to share 60 percent revenues with content developers and designers of mobile phone and Mobilink has now come up with an offer of 70 percent earning share to them that sounds encouraging to IT programmers in the industry,” Dr Yaseen added.
The seminar was organized by PTA in collaboration with HUAWEI, the network infrastructure maker. CEOs of telecom operators and IT firms, experts and students attended presentations of different technical sessions. Speaking as the chief guest, secretary Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication, Naguibullah Malik said most of the work has been done in the formation of a comprehensive policy on 3G; however, certain administrative procedures have yet to be taken to conclude the policy phase.
He said he respected the views of all stakeholders of the industry on the launch of 3G technology but the government is always smart to address the national interest of the country, which is supreme to all of us.
A great deal of the ministry’s homework has completed and it is now the responsibility of private sector to render its support to build up the telecom industry towards advancement. Malik said industry stands on a triangle based on policy and regulatory regimes with business models therefore, sound collaborative efforts need to be taken on each part and all stakeholders must be on board for a particular task.
“It is the right time for industry to go for 3G but it could not be done hastily, it takes time and a series of seminars being held in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi is the part of its awareness campaign among all stakeholders of the telecom industry,” he said and added that “terming 3G made delayed is not appropriate because there was not substantial preparedness for it in the past”. Pointing out to the students’ fraternity in the seminar, he said Pakistan is heading towards 3G to be very fair, to be competent and to be judicious.