Monday, February 14, 2011
FIA sources revealed that Abdul Qadir Gilani had been asked for recording his statement in Hajj scandal but he failed to appear, resulting his summons have been issued.
God help you if you’re single on the love-fest that is V-day. Souls sated with love, trying to impress unattached people with their wonderful relationships should be incinerated and their remains flushed down the toilet!
Fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has called the upcoming World Cup his last, claiming it to be the “defining moment” of Pakistan cricket and perhaps of his own career.
“Is this the twilight of my career? Yes. It is very special, playing in the sub-continent’s World Cup,” Shoaib, who is in Dhaka was quoted as saying by website cricinfo.
“I am not sure about how long I’m going to be playing, but I will try to make sure it is full of memories. My personal target is to play every match and to leave 45-50 days after winning the World Cup,” he said.
|Pakistan on Monday stepped up its push for the release of famous singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Pakistani High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik has demanded to release of Rahat Fateh Ali.|
Renowned Pakistani Singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was being questioned by India’s Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) for the second day Monday.
He is still being questioned and senior officials from the Pakistan High Commission have already visited our office, an official of DRI said.
The self-confessed assassin of Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, Mumtaz Hussain Qadri was formally incdicted by an anti-terrorism court (ATC) in Rawalpindi on Monday.
During the hearing, Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri confessed to killing Salman Taseer. After his confessional statement, the court accepted the charge-sheet against Qadri and charged him under Section 302.
The hearing of the case has been adjourned till February 26. The prosecutors were ordered to produce witnesses and evidence in next hearing.
Shares in Nokia, the world’s top mobile phone maker by volume, fell again on Monday as analysts cut their recommendations and earnings forecasts after its deal to use Microsoft’s software.
Nokia said on Friday it would start to use Microsoft’s Windows Phone software across its devices, replacing its home-bred Symbian platform.
J.P Morgan cuts its stance on the stock to “underweight” from “overweight” as the bank said Nokia’s sales in 2011 are at risk since there is no timeline for new smartphones with