Saturday, February 12, 2011

Shahid Kapur co-pilots F-16 aircraft at Bangalore Aero show 2011

Veena Malik to host the Cricket World Cup 2011 on an Indian Channel and in Fear Factor


Veena malik has become the talk of the town in both India and Pakistan , and you might have also clicked this link to know another amazing and gossip news about this Wild Cat. Let me tell you clearly, THIS IS NOT A GOSSIP POST nor it is to bash Veena again. Who last month fought her case aggressively on Express TV against a Mufti Sahab and trended over twitter. Take it easy 

Americans forced Zardari to Fire Qureshi (Qureshi was against Raymond Immunity)

ISLAMABAD: When powerful men meet to discuss explosive issues, things can change in a big way. And that is precisely what happened after a highly secretive and immensely important meeting at the Presidency a few days back. The subject not unexpectedly, being the fate of American killer Raymond Davis and that of Pakistan-US relations. Little did anyone know at the time that the huddle would instead end up deciding the fate of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Pakistan-US relations. Little did anyone know at the time that the huddle would Pakistan-US relations. Little did anyone know at the

Don't take us lightly, warns Afridi

Don DHAKA: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi on Saturday warned World Cup rivals not to underestimate his team, saying the players had turned a new leaf after the match-fixing scandal.

Afridi admitted Pakistan had been blown away by the scandal, which saw former captain Salman Butt and two leading pacemen, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer, punished for their alleged involvement.

All three were banned for a minimum of five years by the International Cricket Council, which ruled them out of the World Cup, and also face criminal proceedings in England.

"I think we're really going through a very tough situation," Afridi told reporters in the Bangladeshi capital ahead of the

Alcohol kills more than AIDS, TB or violence: WHO

Alcohol kills more than AIDS, TB or violence: WHO GENEVA: Alcohol causes nearly 4 percent of deaths worldwide, more than AIDS, tuberculosis or violence, the World Health Organization has warned.

Rising incomes have triggered more drinking in heavily populated countries in Africa and Asia, including India and South Africa, and binge drinking is a problem in many developed countries, the United Nations agency said.

Yet alcohol control policies are weak and remain a low priority for most governments despite drinking's heavy toll on society from road accidents, violence, disease, child neglect and job absenteeism, it said.

Approximately 2.5 million people die each year from

Third of Russians think sun spins round Earth?

Third of Russians think sun spins round Earth? MOSCOW: Does the sun revolve around the Earth? One in every three Russians thinks so, a spokeswoman for state pollster VsTIOM said.

In a survey released this week, 32 percent of Russians believed the Earth was the center of the Solar system; 55 percent that all radioactivity is man-made; and 29 percent that the first humans lived when dinosaurs still roamed the Earth.

"It's really quite amazing," spokeswoman Olga Kamenchuk said of the survey that polled 1,600 people across Russia's regions in January, with a 3.4-percent margin of error.

"All of them (the questions) were absolutely obvious... the data speaks of the low levels of education in the country."

Jubilant Egyptians pray as post-Mubarak era dawns


Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak.
As the muezzin’s call to prayer reverberated across Cairo, the sound of horns honking in jubilation grew louder after a night when millions celebrated the fall of the former president.
“The people overthrow the regime.” “The Revolution of the Youths forced Mubarak to leave,” said front-page headlines in semi-official al-Ahram newspaper.
A wave of people power has roared across the biggest Arab nation, just four weeks after Tunisians toppled

BB murder case: ATC issues arrest warrant of Musharraf

The Anti-Terrorist Court (ATC) of Rawalpindi issued bailable warrant of former president Pervez Musharraf on Saturday in connection with Benazir Bhutto’s assassination.
The special ATC of Rawalpindi heard the case of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s assassination.
During the course of hearing, the court, acting on the statements of Brig (R) Javed Iqbal Cheema and former Intelligence Bureau chief Aijaz Shah, issued the arrest warrant for former president and order him to appear before the court on February 19.

The government has appointed Captain Nadeem Khan Yousufzai new Managing Director


The government has appointed Captain Nadeem Khan Yousufzai new Managing Director (MD) of the state-own airline after the former MD tendered his resignation.
Earlier, the former MD Aijaz Haroon had agreed to relinquish his position following the Pakistan International Arilines (PIA) employees’ 4-day strike that caused the loss of millions to the already deficit-stricken entity.
The government team, headed by Defence Minister Ahmed Mukhtar and Interior Minister Rehman Malik, held successful dialogue with the PIA joint action committee in

Salman ‘Dabangg’ Khan on an all time career high


The Box Office success of ‘Dabangg’ and the huge popularity of ‘Bigg Boss 4’ gave a new impetus to Salman Khan’s Bollywood innings.
Buzz has it that Salman has not only hired a brand manager but also become money wise and got himself rid of all distractions in form of women and sycophants.
Undoubtedly, Salman is enjoying the best phase of his career. Talking about the transformation of Salman Khan, Bollywood producer and close friend of the actor Sajid Nadiawala said that Salman has finally managed to