Saturday, September 18, 2010

Pakistan seeks deportation of Dr Aafia from US

Pakistan seeks deportation of Dr Aafia from US ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik has written a letter to US Attorney General Eric Holder seeking honorable deportation of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, Geo News reported Saturday.

Last Monday, Pakistani envoy to US Hussain Haqqani called upon US Attorney General and asked him to withdraw cases against Pakistani citizen Dr Aafia Siddiqui.

The letter said the people of Pakistan were very disturbed about the detention of Dr Aafia Siddiqui and asked for her deportation according to

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9/11 in 2010, Remembrance and Rebuilding pictures story

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Last Saturday, September 11th, people all over the United States and the world took time to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks which killed nearly 3,000 people in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania nine years ago. Progress on the rebuilding of Ground Zero in lower Manhattan is now becoming more evident as One World Trade Center topped 36 stories recently, on its way to 1,776 feet by 2012. The building, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, is now growing at a rate of one floor per week, after years of political, security and financing issues plagued the $11 billion multi-building project. A push is underway in both New York and Pennsylvania to complete memorial projects before next year's 10th anniversary. Collected here are photos from this weekend's memorials and of the rebuilding progress so far.

Trapped in a Chilean mine pictures story

Trapped in a Chilean mine

Over a month ago, on August 5, 2010, the roof of the San Jose copper and gold mine collapsed, trapping 33 miners inside, 700 meters (2,300 ft) below ground near Copiapo, Chile. The fate of the miners was not immediately known - it took 17 days before a drill reached their refuge, discovering them alive and well. Rescue work began immediately, but even with several concurrent plans underway, the quickest likely rescue will still take two to three months. Until then, the 33 men will have to endure high temperatures and humidity in isolated conditions. A video link has been established, many relatives have set up camp nearby, and food, air, messages and supplies are delivered by several narrow boreholes. Fluorescent lights with timers are to be sent down to attempt to keep the men on a normal schedule by imitating day and night as they care for each other and assist in their own rescue. Once it reaches them, the diameter of the rescue borehole will be very narrow. so each miner will have to ensure they have a waistline of no more than 90 cm (35 in) to escape.

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Lohan fails drug test, faces jail again

 Lindsay Lohan is facing jail again after she failed a court-ordered drug and alcohol test.

The 24-year-old star, who recently completed a stint in prison and rehab for violating her probation in a DUI case, posted a series of messages to confirm the mishap.

"Regrettably, I did in fact fail my most recent drug test and if I am asked, I am prepared to appear before judge Fox next week as a result," Lohan tweeted.

The actress, however, told her fans that she is "trying hard" despite the latest setback. "Substance abuse is a disease, which unfortunately doesn't go away over night," Lohan said.

The Mean Girls star is now facing a probation violation that is likely to land her in jail again. The judge had already threatened Lohan of 30 days in prison for

Miley Cyrus caught in new car accident

After being caught talking on her mobile phone while driving, now the singer-actress Miley Cyrus has found herself at the centre of a hit-and-run controversy, having allegedly smashed her car into a parked vehicle in Los Angeles.

A Los Angeles restaurant parking attendant, the owner of the other car, claims Cyrus was driving a Mercedes-Benz SUV when she struck his 1991 Camry earlier this week.

His attorney Mauro Fiore reveals the Hannah Montana star left her phone number with the parking attendant and drove off, leaving his client to deal with his banged up car, reports

Fiore insists the crash was a hit-and-run but Cyrus is unlikely to face police prosecution -- officials state the incident would not be considered as such because the singer-actress left her contact details with the alleged victim.

However, Cyrus' representative has refused to address the

Emraan wants steamy content snipped

Quite out of his character, serial kisser Emraan Hashmi has asked filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt to cut down the steamy scenes in Crook.

The actor is reportedly in an argument with uncle and veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt over the bold content in their latest movie together Crook-It's Godd To Be Bad. Hashmi has quite a few steamy scenes with Shella Allen in the movie, which releases on the 8th of October.

The actor has grown quite conscious of his image ever since he tasted success with Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, which performed excellently at the box-office. Previously known more for his bold scenes than his acting prowess, the actor now wants to prove his talent to the

Mallika Sherawat adds glamour to LFW

Bollywood bombshell Mallika Sherawat lifted the spirits of the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Friday by attending fashion designer Anita Dongre's show as a guest.

When quizzed why she didn't make Mallika her showstopper, Dongre said: "I just invited her as a friend to attend the show. In fact, my showstoppers were two Rajasthani dancers who came all the way from Jaipur and did a wonderful job."

The outfit Mallika was wearing was from Dongre's summer collection, the designer revealed.

"She was wearing one of my designed outfits. She was wearing a yellow organic cotton federate dress from my summer 2011 collection," Dongre told reporters after the

Emami serves legal notice to Dabangg makers

In a surprising move, Emami Ltd has served a legal notice to Arbaaz Khan Productions for using Zandu balm in the latest Salman Khan blockbuster Dabangg citing copyright infringement.

The Kolkata-based firm's move is against the usage of the firm's 'Zandu Balm' in the hugely popular item number Munni Badnaam in the movie.

"We have issued a legal notice to the production company for using our brand (Zandu) in the song. It is a case of Copyright Infringement," Emami Ltd Director Mohan Goenka told PTI.

He said Emami has asked Arbaaz Khan Productions to

Lady Gaga asks US senate to end anti-homosexual army policy

Pop's reigning queen, Lady Gaga has spoken out against the 'Don't ask, Don't tell' US legislation which forces gay and lesbian servicemen and women to live in secrecy or risk being discharged.

The Poker Face hitmaker, an avowed gay rights activist, posted a video on Twitter asking her 6 million followers to urge the US Senate to overturn the 1993 legislation by contacting their local senators personally.

In the seven and a half minute clip, the 24-year-old, sat in front of an American flag, conservatively dressed in a black suit and tie.

"Since then (1993) 14,000 Americans have been discharged from the armed forces, refused the right to serve their country and sent home regardless of honorable service or how valuable they may have been to their units," says the singer in the video.

She followed the clip with a tweet professing her love of

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VIDEO Baby on highway causes panic in Turkey

Baby on highway causes panic in Turkey

 ANKARA: Security cameras in Turkey have recorded the sight of a baby crawling onto a highway and startling drivers who waved frantically to other motorists to get out of the way. The 1-year-old toddler survived.

The video footage from the incident was taken in the southern tourist town of Antalya and shown on Turkish television channels. It shows a baby crawling out of the arms of his mother, who had fallen asleep while begging on the sidewalk.

The baby is seen climbing down the sidewalk and

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Musharraf wanted to hand over Dr. Qadeer to US: claims Jamali

Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali revealed that former President Pervez Musharraf wanted to hand over nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan to US.
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan confirmed the statement of Zafar ullah Khan Jamli.
While exclusively talking to Aaj News, Zafar ullah Khan Jamali said that Pervez Musharraf asked him to hand over Dr. Qadeer to US, but he refused. Zafarullah Khan Jamali said that he was dismissed from premiership because he refused to hand over Dr. Qadeer to US.
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan confirmed the fact and said that Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali took a brave decision.
“Musharraf couldn’t hand over me to US despite intense desire of US,” Dr. Qadeer said.
Dr. Abdul Qadeer also said that Pervez Musharaf sold the

world’s longest nose by Guinness World Records.

Meet Mehmet Ozyurek who has officially been named the man with the world’s longest nose by Guinness World Records. The 2011 edition, which hit store shelves yesterday, listed the 61-year-old Turk’s nose as measuring 3.46


Pictures of Sony's new technicolor PSPs, and Monster Hunter 3 Special Edition preview

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Nothing spices up waning interest in an aging console like a special edition, and while one could say that announcing three special editions is something of a stretch for the word "special," these certainly are some... vibrant color schemes. At its press event yesterday, Sony announced a couple of new, pupil-assaulting two-tone color schemes for the PSP, along with a Monster Hunter edition that left many an otaku fainting in the aisles thanks to its gold highlights and redesigned analog nub. Read on for our impressions of all three

Salman's Life inspires film

Gauging a strong fan following for Salman Khan in the south, producer B.K. Krishnan of BRK films is set to make a movie inspired by the ups-and-downs of the life and loves of the Bollywood superstar.

The film is tentatively titled " Anna Salman" or "Brother Salman", but the producer is yet to zero in on an actor to play Salman.

"I am still looking for a hero to play Salman's role. The film is not based on Sallu bhai's life, it is only vaguely inspired by it. We all love Salman Khan and his movies. When I read the script, I immediately decided to do the movie," Krishnan said in a statement.

Sources said that the script has similar incidents like the Bandra bakery accident and the Black Buck poaching case. However, the hero is shown as a good character, who lands up at a

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Atif Aslam to perform in Kenya

Pop singer Atif Aslam, better known for his hits like Woh Lamhe, Aadat, Tere Bin, Pehli Nazar Mein, Bakhuda Tumhi Ho, Tu Jaane Na, O Mere Khuda, Tere Liye, Aa Bhi Ja Sanam is set to sizzle the stage of explosive event at the Carnivore in Nairobi on Saturday.
The event brought by Rani’s Production at the Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi, Kenya.
In mid-August, rumors were rife that Atif Aslam was dead or dying from throat cancer.
These were refuted by the star’s brother Shahzad Aslam, and

Priyanka Chopra conquers Man's World with KKK3

 Priyanka Chopra conquers Man MUMBAI: The gorgeous Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra has conquered the Man's world with her stupendous style in Khatron Ke Khiladi (KKK3) Season 3. She not only dominated the boys using her physical and mental strength, but also helped Colors to go high on TRPs.

People have now forgotten Akshay Kumar's stunts on KKK. They remember just one name - Priyanka Chopra. Priyanka proved herself on the sets of the show. He gave a fitting reply to the people, who thought she won't be a match to Akshay Kumar, who hosted previous two editions of KKK.

Priyanka showed the world that a woman can be on top in the

Pathan informed us: BCCI

 Pathan informed us: BCCI NEW DELHI: The BCCI has confirmed reports that out of favour pacer Irfan Pathan had been approached by 'a stranger' during a Test series a few years back. Pathan, on Thursday, had said that there had been an attempt to bribe him a few years back.

The incident occurred at a Karachi hotel during India's tour to Pakistan in 2006. Pathan stated he had brought the matter to the notice of the team manager. "I was in a team hotel when a stranger approached me. He sent three expensive gifts to my room. He later sent me two more expensive gifts, things I couldn't afford. I thought it was wrong as I didn't know this person. He later sent me two more expensive gifts. I reported to the team manager who then alerted the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit Officer, (ACSU)" said the 25-year-old who last played aTest against South Africa in April, 2008.

The then India manager M Baladitya too confirmed the episode. "Irfan had told me that somebody came to his room and left some expensive gifts for him. I told him to return them immediately," he said. "During the entire tour, I kept on telling the players not to accept any gifts or contact anybody. After returning to India, I mentioned about this incident in my report submitted to the BCCI," he added.

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Pak-English 3rd ODI was fixed, claims UK paper

 Pak-English 3rd ODI was fixed, claims UK paper LONDON: An English newspaper has claimed that the third One Day International (ODI) match between Pakistan and England was fixed, adding that ICC has commenced probe to get to the bottom of its claims.

Pakistan defeated England in a dramatic fashion amid last moments of game when English team seemed to have gained full control over it.

Cricket chiefs launched an investigation during England's one-day match against Pakistan yesterday amid fears it was fixed by an illegal betting syndicate, it claimed.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) acted after the paper’s probe exposed evidence apparently showing that bookies knew details of Pakistan's innings before the match even began, it wrote.

Incredibly, it comes after three Pakistani stars had already been sent home in disgrace amid claims of match-fixing.

The new investigation will centre on suspicious scoring patterns in

PPP holds mid- term review meeting; resolves to protect democracy, parliament at all costs

A mid -term review of the government held in a meeting of the federal cabinet  at the Aiwan-e-Sadr on Friday resolved that democracy, the parliament and the unanimous Constitutional Amendments adopted by the Parliament in April last will be defended and protected at all costs.The meeting presided over by President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani reviewed in- depth the progress made by the government, the challenges faced by it and the way forward and resolved to continue making strides to strengthen democracy and address the problems faced by the

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Gul hero as Pakistan beat England

LONDON: Umar Gul produced a devastating spell of swing bowling taking six for 42 as Pakistan won the third one-day international against England here at The Oval by 23 runs on Friday.

Set 242 to win, England were in control as Eoin Morgan (61) and Luke Wright (48 not out) put on 98 for the sixth wicket. But when Morgan chipped Gul to midwicket, panic set in.

Gul then ripped out Tim Bresnan and Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann, normally a calm head in tight situations, then holed out to the last ball of Gul's tenth over giving him his

Powerful tremors rattle parts of county

  ISLAMABAD: Various parts of country have been rattled by a powerful earthquake late Friday night including Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Nowshera, Gilgit, Swat, Muzzafarabad, Peshawar, North Waziristan, Malakand Agency, Dir, Chitral and many more areas, Geo News reported.

The magnitude of the quake was recorded 6.3 on Richter scale while its epic center was somewhere beneath Hindu Kash mountain range, met office confirmed.

Cracks have appeared in houses and buildings sending a strong wave of fear among people, witnesses said.

No loss of life or property has been reported so far however due to the torrential rain underway in the tribal belt of Pakistan, the rescue teams are facing hardships to determine loss in the

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