Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Views on News with Dr.Shahid Masood – 15th September 2010

Views on News with Dr.Shahid Masood – 15th September 2010

Junaid Khan from Call Band ties the knot

This news was well kept secret from the media by Junaid Khan and his band mates as it is more of a personal matter. However, having facebook always ruins the surprise. We went on Junaid’s facebook and saw all the well wishers posting comments on his wall regarding the marriage. We believe the wedding is tonight in Lahore, Pakistan. The question in circulation is that to whom is he getting married. So lets wait for the curtains to rise. As Madame de Rieux puts marriage in her words, “Marriage is a lottery in which men stake their liberty andwomen their happiness”. We wish him and

his better half to be, a very happy married life!

We will update you guys on the pictures and

Funny Nargis Cream Registered

Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi in Aik din geo ke saath

Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi in Aik din geo ke saath

Glimpse of daily life in Kabul (Documentary)

Glimpse of daily life in Kabul (Documentary)

Point Blank – 15th September 2010

Watch Latest Capital Talk 15th September 2010

Watch Latest Islamabad Tonight 15th September 2010

Dabangg sequel on the cards: Arbaaz Khan

 Dabangg producer Arbaaz Khan, who is laughing all the way to the bank, has confirmed that a sequel to the box-office hit is on.

"Yes, a sequel is definitely on the cards. And why just a sequel? The film and the main character has the potential to be carried forward through various channels," said Arbaaz.

While other cast and crew details are yet to be finalised, Dabangg will roll at the year-end. And yes, it will have another item song on par with Malaika Arora's "Munni badnaam hui".

The sequel was on the cards from even before the

Salman, Sonakshi team for third film

 Producer Sajid Nadiadwala liked Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha so much that he has signed them for the Hindi remake of Tamil blockbuster Kick. Incidentally this will be the third film together of the actors after Dabangg and its sequel.

"It was Salman who was very keen that I sign Sonakshi opposite him in Kick. I became a hundred percent sure of her after I saw her in Dabangg . She and Salman make a great pair," said Nadiadwala.

On Thursday Nadiadwala drove down to the Sinha's bungalow to sign Sonakshi for the remake, which Shirish Kunder will be directing for Nadiadwala.

Salman was not only keen to sign Kunder as director, he

Miley Cyrus caught talking while driving

Teen star Miley Cyrus landed in trouble with the law as police caught her talking on her cell
phone while driving.

The 'Hannah Montana' star was heading to a beauty salon in Hollywood on Monday when she was asked to pulled over
for using her phone while she was still behind the wheel, reported Contactmusic.

The cops gave the 17-year-old actress a stern warning about her dangerous chat.

Earlier in the day she was spotted kissing

Dunya Merey Agay 15th September 2010 – Planning of Murderer CJ Punjab

Planning of Murderer CJ Punjab Khawaja Sharif & Its Link of Governor Punjab Salman Taseer

Everyone Deserves a Good Laugh ...

Hilarious Politician Faces ...

Hilarious Politician Faces ...

Sonakshi to star with Salman in Kick remake

Just a day before the release of his first film with Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan has signed another film with the much talked-about debutante.
On Thursday afternoon, producer Sajid Nadiadwala drove down to the Sinhas’ bungalow to sign Sonakshi opposite Salman in the Hindi remake of the Tamil blockbuster Kick which Shirish Kunder will be directing for Nadiadwala.
Confirming the news, Sajid Nadiadwala says, “It was Salman who was very keen that I sign Sonakshi opposite him in Kick remake. I became a hundred percent sure of

Jobless claims rise unexpectedly in Britain

The number of people unemployed in Britain showed a surprising rise in August, official data showed on Wednesday, pointing to even tougher times once government budget cuts begin in earnest.
The so-called claimant count of people registered for unemployment benefit rose by 2,300 last month to reach 1.47 million — the first rise since January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said in a statement.
Economists had forecast a fall of 5,000, according to a poll by Dow Jones Newswires.
“The labour market data are both disappointing and worrying overall, fuelling fears that the improvement in the labour market is coming to an end as companies’ fears mount over the strength and sustainability of the upturn,” said economist Howard Archer at the

A money wallet

Things are often not what they seem, and the money wallert is a clear example. Designed to resemble a pile of $ 100 bills held together by a rubber band, the money wallet becomes awfully tempting to thieves, so do not think it’s a good idea to use it to protect your savings

Animals with two heads

Recently I was asked to do a post compiling images of animals with two heads, I found something very interesting to watch. It’s amazing how many animals are born with two heads, including a pig, a cow, a turtle, and even a cat!.

Abandoned biochemical laboratory

It is located somewhere in Russia, and the laboratory is completely mysterious and terrifying.

A house completely covered with corks

Check out this house covered with wine corks. There must be hundreds of thousands of corks on the walls. Unfortunately, I could not find any information on this project, so can not yet say whether it is a tribute to wine, or just some kind of cheap insulation. Whatever the case, it is obvious that the owner has nerves of steel so as to position each cork by hand.

Poutine Eating World Championship

Poutine Eating World Championship is an annual contest where contestants have to eat poutine much as possible, in just 10 minutes.

I bet you’re wondering “What is poutine?”. Many people outside Canada have not even heard of this dish, and eat only in the north of that country. Poutine is a dish of fries, cheese curds and a mysterious brown sauce. Some say it sounds disgusting, but the truth would be interesting to try.


Check Out: Shahrukh Khan and Gauri Khan shoot for D’decor furnishing brand

Shah Rukh Khan has to his credit countless brand endorsements and has been seen in several TV commercials. However, his endorsement of leading furnishing brand D’decor is extra-special as it also features his wifey dearest Gauri Khan. Only recently the husband-w...ife duo launched D’decor’s latest furnishing line at a grand press conference in Mumbai.
While the ads are yet to be seen, SRK has posted a pic from

4man Show on "11th Hour with Waseem Badami"

- 13th Sept 2010
Discussion on 4man Show. . .
Murtaza Choudhry and Mustafa Choudhry....
and the views of politician Shermila Farooqui and Sheikh Rasheed. . .

Shakeel in India

Governor GB Shama Khalid passes away

Governor Gilgit Baltistan passed away due to cancer here on Wednesday.
According to the Chief Minister of Gilgit Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah, Dr Shama Khalid was suffering from cancer. Mehdi Shah also expressed his grief over the death of Dr Shama.
Dr Shama Khalid was the first Women Governor of Pakistan. She took the oath of

Hong Kong gold closes higher

Gold closed at  1,269.70-1,270.70 US dollars an ounce in Hong Kong on Wednesday, up from Tuesday’s close of 1,253.00-1,254.00.
It opened at 1,268.00-1,269.00.
The precious metal hit a record high 1,274.95 dollars in European trade on Tuesday as dealers sought a safe haven at a time of risk aversion.

Ali Zafar romancing Meesha Shafi in Jazz TVC ADS

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Twitter unveils new website with picture and video content embedded on site (update: hands-on!)

Twitter's been trending on its own social network this week over a much-hyped announcement... and now it's been revealed. So what do we have? A relaunch of the, as it turns out. The format seems to follow the two-column style we saw recently in its iPad app, with the left side showing the stream and the right providing all the other content. The biggest addition here is embedded content: depending on the link, it'll now open in-line in the right column. Sixteen media providers are on board, including YouTube, Vimeo, Ustream, and all popular picture services. The search bar and settings has been given placement at the top of the site in its own header. Rollout begins today to select members, but

News Beat with Mehar Bukhari – 14th September 2010

News Beat with Mehar Bukhari – 14th September 2010

Stewart bullied in school because of acting

Hollywood actress Kristen Stewart hated school because she was bullied over her acting career.

Stewart, who landed her first acting role in television movie The Thirteenth Year when she was nine years old, hated the way she was teased by her peers over her early roles, in particular when she played a tomboy in The Safety of Objects.

"I didn't walk around talking about doing movies, but then someone saw an old movie I was in, The Safety of Objects, and realised that the little boy in it had grown up into this girl - me. And then I got a lot of, she's such a b***h," quoted Stewart as saying.

"And yet, most of these kids had never even spoken to

Salman Khan's Dabangg breaks all records

Salman Khan starrer Dabangg roared at the box office as it opened to a first day net collection of a whopping Rs 14.40 crore - the highest till date at the box office.

The movie directed by Abhinav Kashyap starring Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha has set a new benchmark. As per official sources, the film has now created a record for earning Rs 48 crore, which is a whopping Rs 6 crore more than 3 Idiots, that had collected Rs 41 crore in the opening weekend.

Trade analyst and critic Taran Adarsh said, "Salman fans, rejoice! You walk into Dabangg with 100 per cent expectations and you exit with 200 per cent ratification. Entertainment guaranteed. This film will create a pandemonium of sorts, a mass hysteria, crushing old records and

I'm glad I'm not offered bikini roles: Raima Sen

Actress Raima Sen, who has made a name for herself in the Bengali film industry as well as Bollywood with her offbeat roles, says she is ready to sport a bikini on screen if she finds the script exceptionally good. Given a choice, though, she would go for period films.

"I don't like to wear a bikini on screen. I thank god that till date I haven't got such roles where I need to wear a bikini because I don't think wearing one will add glamour to the role," Raima, 30, told IANS in an interview.

"But if a script comes to me and if it's really a very, very good script and the role demands, then it's okay wearing a bikini," said the star of

Katrina to get a tattoo for next film

Katrina Kaif is all set to get a tattoo for her Yash Raj films' next project.

Starring opposite I hate Luv Storys actor Imran Khan, this actress is aiming at a wild look.

Though Katrina may be braving the needle, she is against keeping this piece of art for life. The leading lady, keeping in character of a rebel, is looking for an abstract tattoo only for the duration of the film and nothing more.

According to reports, the director of the film, Ali Abbas Zafar, has shortlisted around 20 designs for this body art project that Katrina has

Ricky Martin more creative after sexuality revelation

Ricky Martin's long-term collaborator Desmond Child has said the singer's decision to tell fans about his sexuality has unleashed his creativity in the recording studio.

"I'm really excited about the music, the content, because the revelations unleashed his creativity and the scope of what he can sing about and say and do," quoted Child as saying.

"Once he opened that door a floodgate of energy and creativity just really exploded," he said.

The Livin' La Vida Loca hitmaker spoke about his

Lady Gaga defends meat dress

Pop star Lady Gaga has defended the infamous meat dress she wore to the MTV Video Music Awards held recently.

The singer, known for her bizarre dressing sense, wore a garment made from raw animal products, and said she wore the dress to encourage people to stand up for their rights, reports

"As you know, I am the most judgement-free human being on the earth. If we don't stand up for what we believe in and don't stand up for our rights, pretty soon we're going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones," said Gaga.

However, animal activist organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was not impressed with her explanation and warned it could lead to

Sheesha smoking spreading like a jungle fire in youngsters

Sheesha smoking, a modern way of addiction, is spreading among youngsters in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi like a jungle fire and this menace rapidly infecting the students.
Sheesha houses have been established in the posh localities of the twin cities during last 4 to 5 years and this mushroom growth of smoking dens is attracting the youths and the number of Sheesha houses has increased massively.
The most disgusting aspect of this practice is that smoking is on the rise among young adults under the very nose of authorities, but steps are being taken to control the stretch of Sheesha smoking to other areas.
Children below 18 who can’t directly buy cigarettes off the

Smoking raises depression risk

Teenage smokers who use cigarettes as mood enhancers are at a higher risk of depressive symptoms than non- smokers.
It is a general notion that depressed people smoke to feel better and gradually cope up, BBC radio reported.
To study the association between smoking habits and depression, researchers followed 662 Canadian high school teenagers (grades 7 to 11) who completed 20 questionnaires about their use of cigarettes to affect their mood for five years.
The participants were divided into three groups non smokers; smokers who did not use cigarettes to self-medicate, improve mood or physical state; and smokers who used cigarettes to self-medicate.
Depressive symptoms were measured using a scale that asked how often participants felt too tired to do things; had trouble going to sleep or staying asleep; felt unhappy, sad, or depressed; felt hopeless about the future; felt nervous or tense; and worried too much about things.
It was found that instead of lifting their mood, smoking raised symptoms of

Omega-3 fatty acids don’t prevent heart problems

Most heart patients who take low-dose omega-3 fatty acid supplements don’t appear to gain any additional protection against further heart problems.
Omega-3 fatty acid, whether in the form of a pill or not, have risen in popularity recently, Health News reported.
Many believe omega-3′s to be a cure-all supplement that can help improve brain health, prevent wrinkles, minimize cancer risks, and lower heart disease risks.
A new study suggests that the fatty acids may not be as powerful as some believe. Omega-3 fatty acids are added to foods like margarine, peanut butter, and cheese, and are found in fatty fish such as salmon, herring, and tuna.
To examine the effect of omega-3 fatty acid supplements on the

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Amazon goes after Apple’s iPad in new Kindle ad Inc. is rolling up its sleeves in its fight to convince consumers that its Kindle electronic reader is better than competing devices such as Apple’s iPad, unveiling more aggressive advertising that is accentuating a growing rivalry.
In a Kindle commercial aired on TV and uploaded Monday to Amazon’s Kindle channel on YouTube, the online retailer shows a man and a woman lounging beside a pool in the sun. The man, dressed in a white T-shirt and gray shorts, looks vexedly at a thin, dark, unlabeled tablet device — presumably an iPad — while trying to shield its shiny screen from the sun.
The man asks the woman, who is clad in a black bikini and sunglasses and reading on a Kindle, how she’s able to read in such bright sunlight. Presumably his tablet has an LCD screen, which is tougher to read in the sun than an e-ink screen like that on Amazon’s e-reader.
Smiling, the woman answers, “It’s a Kindle — $139. I actually paid more for these sunglasses.”
Amazon sells a $139 a version of the device that can wirelessly download books over Wi-Fi; a version with 3G and Wi-Fi costs $189.
Still smiling, she returns to her reading, while the man looks somewhat dejectedly at his tablet device.
The commercial marks a tactical change for Amazon, whose earlier Kindle commercials often featured cheerful indie tunes and stop-motion camera work, with

Shall we disco? Fashion Week embraces ’70s muse

Singer Christina Aguilera paid a musical tribute to late Beatle John Lennon by singing one of his most famous songs at an event in New York. The Dirrty hitmaker broke into the song – Imagine – at the global launch of The Montblanc John Lennon Edition special pens, reports proceeds from the sales of the

Lady Gaga to create signature fragrance

One can now choose to smell like Lady Gaga. The singer has apparently teamed up with Coty to create a signature fragrance. The talented songstress has agreed to a deal with Coty to launch the fragrance in 2012, according to Women’s Wear Daily. Stephan Mormoris, senior vice president of global marketing in the Coty Beauty division, described Gaga as “a fascinating cultural

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