Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Veena Malik’s item number with Superstar Salman Khan

Sexy Pakistani Actress , Veena Malik, has created a buzz in the media after her exit from the famed Bigg Boss house. After her antics on the reality show Veena Malik is busy giving out interviews and hoping to have some Bollywood offers coming her way. Recently she admitted that she now wants to do an item number along with

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Adnan Sami challenges property confiscated by India

Adnan Sami had acquired eight properties, in 2003, totaling Rs25 million. PHOTOl IANS/FILE
Pakistani singer Adnan Sami on Monday challenged the Indian Enforcement Directorate’s order to confiscate his properties in India.

The Enforcement Directorate had earlier confiscated eight properties and five parking spaces belonging to the singer under the Foreign Exchange Management

Julian Assange Signs Deals Of Worth $1.3 Million For His Autobiography

Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, has signed deals for his autobiography worth $1.3 million yesterday.
In an interview Julian said that:
“The book will be published in the UK as well as the U.S. I would receive $800,000 from U.S. publisher Alfred A. Knopf, a unit of Random House, and £325,000 ($502,000) from UK publisher Canongate Books Ltd.”
For Random House a spokesman  confirmed the deal, but not the amount. According to the spokesman:
“We are very excited to be

McCullum bamboozles Pakistan as NZ win T20 series

The bails fly in the air as the middle stump is felled dismissing Pakistan batsman Shahid Afridi (R) for 7 runs off the bowling of New Zealand's Kyle Mills. PHOTO: AFP
HAMILTON: Nathan McCullum took four wickets, including two in two balls, as New Zealand wrapped up a Twenty20 series victory over Pakistan with a 39-run win in their second match at Seddon Park on

Blast in Karachi University, 8 injured

At least eight students were injured in a blast in University of Karachi (UoK) on Tuesday.
According to initial reports, the powerful blast occurred in a lawn near Cafeteria.
At least eight people injured in the blast. The injured have been shifted to hospital.
Police and rangers cordoned off the area immediately after the blast and conducting search operation.
The students staged protest against the security conditions in the

Tablet computers come of age with iPad mania

Yearning for an Internet-linked gadget bigger than a smartphone but smaller than a laptop merged with always-connected lifestyles to make tablet computing a defining trend for 2010.
The iPad launched in April by Apple became the must-have device of the year and has rivals intent on dethroning the culture-shifting California company before it can lock in the market the way iPods became the ruling MP3 players.
“Apple nailed it and made tablet computers a success,” said Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney. “There are

Pak Navy tests surface to air missile

Pakistan Navy successfully tested its Air Defence capability on Monday.
Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Noman Bashir, witnessed the live Surface to Air missile firing along with Vice Admiral Tayyab Ali Dogar, the Air Defence Commander of Pakistan Navy.
All the missiles fired, successfully acquired the targets, says a Pakistan Navy press release.
It said that a combination of SAM series were tested which gave PN the flexibility to operate with a range of missiles and strengthen the ground based air