Wednesday, February 9, 2011

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20 Top Indian Defense Scientists Quit Their Jobs

At least 20 top Indian defense scientists of the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) have quit their jobs in the last six months reportedly because of lack of research freedom and inadequate funding.

Hottest Planet In The Universe Discovered

Astronomers  have discovered the hottest plant of the universe first time. They named this planet as WASP-33b and called the gaseous surface as HD15082which has the temperature of 3200C. This planet is at the distance of 380 light years from our earth and is in the constellation of Andromeda.

Pakistan’s Nuclear Arsenal Edges Past India

A report in a prominent US-based newspaper suggests that Pakistan has increased its nuclear arsenal to 110 warheads. It has also been making new weapons for carrying them.
Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal now totals over 100 deployed weapons, a doubling of its stockpile over the past several years, The Washington Post reports

Reddit Surpasses 1 Billion Monthly Pageviews Milestone

Reddit, one of the world’s largest social news website, has released its Google Analytics stats for January 2011 according to which it has surpassed 1 billion monthly pageviews milestone ( and nearly 14 million unique visitors).

Abdul Sattar Edhi Gets Nobel Prize Nomination

The Social Activist of Pakistan Abdul Sattar Edhi got nominated for Nobel Prize. While talking to media he said:
“It will be a great pleasure for me to get the Nobel Prize.”

‘Inception’ and ‘Social Network’ Take Top Writers Guild Awards

Facebook film “The Social Network” and thriller “Inception” were among the big winners at the 2011 Writers Guild Awards, which were handed out tonight at simultaneous ceremonies in New York and Los Angeles

Paris Hilton Converted To Islam.. She Meets Paksitani Family.. Likes: Muslim Prayer Azan & Namaz

 Paris Hilton has converted to Islam, her spokesman, Ian Brinkham, has revealed to CBS news:
“She has been toying with the idea for quite a while now and when she was imprisoned at Century Regional Detention Facility in 2007,  she encountered a few people who had already converted.”

At least 297 killed in Egypt protests: Human Rights Watch

At least 297 people have been killed in protests against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak since January 28, Human Rights Watch said, adding that the real death toll is likely to be significantly higher.
Egypt researcher Heba Morayef said on Human Rights Watch’s website that the US-based rights group had verified 232 deaths in Cairo, 52 in Alexandria and 13 in Suez.
“A significant proportion came as a result of rubber bullets fired at too close a range and tear gas canisters fired into the crowd at close range,” Morayef said.

Besieged Pakistan eye World Cup challenge

With three key players banned for corruption and their homeland a no-go zone for international cricket, Pakistan face a mighty challenge if they are to win a second World Cup.
That’s the view of Imran Khan, the legendary captain who led his country to the 1992 world title.
He believes that the bans handed out to opener Salman Butt and new-ball bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer will hit Pakistan’s chances.
“Without Aamer and Asif – currently two of the

US threatens to cut Pakistan aid over shooting

US lawmakers threatened to cut aid to Pakistan unless it freed an American detained in a shadowy murder case, as Washington intensified pressure on its uneasy war partner.
Three members of the House of Representatives drove home the point on a visit to Pakistan, telling Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani starkly that the US Congress was working on its budget and looking for areas to cut.
“It is imperative that they release him and there is certainly the possibility that there would be repercussions if they don’t,”

Teen obesity could shrink Australian lifespans

Health experts warned that Australia’s life expectancy could be sent into reverse after a new study found alarming levels of obesity among teenagers.
Nearly a quarter of 13-to-18-year-olds are overweight or obese, according to the survey of 12,000 secondary school students, which said Australia was facing a “chronic disease time-bomb”.
“If ever there was a wake-up call for Australians, this is it,” said Professor Ian Olver from the Cancer Council of Australia, which commissioned the National Secondary

Butt to give expert opinion on World Cup

Pakistan banned Test Captain Salman Butt is likely to give expert opinion on the World Cup on a private Television channel.
Sources were quoted as saying that Butt had entered into an agreement with a private TV channel for giving comments on the World Cup.
“He is being paid an undisclosed amount for the entire World Cup, said to be around half a million rupees,” quoted a source as saying.
“Butt will be giving expert opinions on some

Emails Retrieved From Benazir Bhutto’s BlackBerry Phones Unveil Shocking Evidences

We have seen cell phones being produced as evidences in very crucial historical cases, this time, it’s the Blackberry phones possessed by assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

LG to unveil first full 3D smartphone

LG to unveil first full 3D smartphone MADRID: The world's very first 3D smartphone will be unveiled by LG at Mobile World Congress (MWC) to be held on February 14 in Barcelona.

There will a live demo of LG’s 3D smartphone.

The LG Optimus 3D is aimed at addressing the lack of such a smartphone and the lack of 3D content issue.

Users will experience a full 3D experience right in the palm of their hands.

Concentrating on the 3D elements only the smartphone comes with a dual-lens camera offering 3D recording, the screen is a glasses-free LCD offering 3D viewing, HDMI and DNLA for 3D content sharing. 

Dabanngg 2 - Pakistani Dabanng Comming Soon

Priyanka to sizzle in ‘Dhoom 3’

It’s raining offers for Priyanka Chopra. The sassy actress, who has had several Bollywood super hits to her name, has bagged yet another prestigious role in her kitty. And this time round, the actress will be sharing screen with the perfectionist Aamir Khan in Yash Raj Films Dhoom franchise. Priyanka has been signed to play a lead role in ‘Dhoom 3’.
The actress, who is currently busy promoting her film ‘Saat Khoon Maaf’, has reportedly given her nod to YRF. Confirming the news, a source said, “YRF has a very good professional working relationship with Priyanka. Yash Chopra and Aditya are both keen that she should play the girl opposite Aamir.”

JF-17 Thunder project a ‘flagship’ of Pak-China friendship: PM

Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday extended full support for the continuity of JF-17 Thunder aircraft programme, and said the project would prove as a flagship of Pak-China friendship.
“This project can truly become as a flagship of our historic cooperation and strengthen our time-tested partnership,” the Prime Minister said while addressing a gathering of Pakistani and Chinese technicians during his visit to the JF-17 production facility at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex here.
Gilani lauded the pace of JF-17 Thunder programme which had moved into a serial production stage in a record time.

Egypt protests enter third week

Egyptian protesters massed in Cairo’s Tahrir Square Tuesday amid calls for renewed nationwide street action to mark two weeks of anti-government rallies that have rattled the regime.
Several thousand were already occupying the square — the focal point of protests calling for the end of President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule — sleeping under tents or rolled up in blankets at the foot of army tanks.
A massive banner that reads “The people want the end of the regime” hangs over Tahrir, but the 82-year-old president has ploughed on regardless, reshuffling his cabinet and

Moonis Elahi declared proclaimed offender

The Court on Tuesday declared Moonis Elahi , son of former chief minister Punjab Parvez Elahi, as proclaimed offender in the National Insurance Corporation Limited (NICL) scam.
Judicial Magistrate Irfan Basra passed the order on an application moved by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
The FIA informed to Judicial Magistrate Irfan Basra that several times they have summoned to Moonis Elahi but he did not respond. Court has declared Moonis as proclaimed offender.
The Session Judge had already issued the arrest warrant for Moonis Elahi.

I was not expecting a harsh decision: Aamir

Banned Pakistani pace bowler Mohammad Aamir said on Tuesday that he was not expecting such a harsh punishment from ICC in the backdrop of a spot fixing scandal.
“The decision has shocked me, I feel really hurt that I have been banned for five years, I was not expecting that severe punishment “, he said here after arriving from Doha where an ICC tribunal read out the judgment to ban Pakistan’s trio.
“It was the most unfortunate day of my life when I heard the decision but I have not lost the hope and I will appeal against the decision in the Court of Arbitration for