Monday, February 21, 2011

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Raymond Davis a CIA agent: Guardian

British newspaper The Guardian claims Raymond Davis is a CIA operative. PHOTO: FILE
“The American who shot dead two men in Lahore, triggering a diplomatic crisis between Pakistan and the US, is a CIA agent who was on assignment at the time,” reported on Monday.

Couple’s attempt to break the world record for the 32 hours long world’s longest kiss

if you are looking for inspiration ahead of Valentines Day – look to Thailand where 14 couples have been trying to break the world record for the longest kiss.    The contestants are taking part in the kissing marathon in Pattaya in the hope of breaking the current 32-hour world record.

Reema appointed Zoo ambassador

Actress Reema Khan was appointed Lahore Zoo ambassador at a ceremony here on Saturday.
She will work to create awareness about animals among the general people, raise funds and lead an animal and bird adoption campaign.
Speaking on the occasion, she said she would continue working for the betterment and protection of animals and hoped her work would inspire more people to join hands for animal rights.

Lara Dutta – Mahesh Bhupati get married in Goa

The much talked about wedding of the tennis ace Mahesh Bhupati and Bollywood actress Lara Dutta solemnized on Saturday evening at the sunset venue of a heritage five-star resort near Candolim beach.
Former Miss Universe Lara, 32, wore a white Ellie Saab gown with jewelry in white gold and diamonds while Mahesh, 36 was dressed in black suit for the Christian style wedding.
Among the invited guests were B-town celebrities Ritesh Deshmukh, Sajid Khan, Bipasha Basu, Priyanka Chopra, Cellina Jaitley, designers including Wendell Rodricks, Sheetal Malhar and from the sporting field Rohan Bopanna and Leander Paes along with his wife

Players not affected by Shiv Sena threats: Waqar

Pakistan cricket team coach Waqar Younis has said that threats given by Shiv Sena would not affect Pakistan players.
They all are fit and ready to perform with great spirit in the World Cup.
According to a private TV channel, they are focusing the upcoming matches of tournament.
He said the players have worked hard for the World Cup and victory is vital to revive cricket in Pakistan.
Waqar Younis did not termed any team as favourite but he said the team who will play well, would win the World cup and he hopes it would be Pakistan

Daughter-in-law of Latif Khosa killed in car accident

The daughter-in-law of Governor Punjab was killed in an accident on the motorway in Sheikhurpura early morning on Monday.
According to Governor’s House sources, the deceased was Hina wife of Khurram Latif Khosa, son of Governor Punjab Latif Khan Khosa.
In this accident the sister of the deceased was also injured.
According to DHQ Sheikhurpa sources,a woman in early twenties,identified as Hina was killed in the accident while the victim’s sister Sana who was driving the car

Death sentence upheld for Ajmal Kasab

Ajmal Kasab, sporting a new beard, watched via video-conference as the Bombay High Court confirmed his death sentence. He did not react after the judges delivered their three-sentence verdict.
Kasab was sentenced to death last year for waging war against India. 166 people died during 26/11 after ten terrorists, including Kasab, sailed into Mumbai and unleashed attacks in different parts of the city.
Legal procedure needs the High Court to ratify a death sentence given by a lower court. But in addition to

Shiv Sena warns Bollywood against hiring Pakistani artists

Indian extremist outfit Shiv Sena has warned Bollywood against hiring Pakistani artists, saying it will teach a lesson to those who do so.
India’s famous film director Mahesh Bhatt revealed that the Maharashtra Cinema Television Sena (MCTS), a frontal organization of the Shiv Sena, has threatened those hiring Pakistani artists.
He received the letter on Feb 19 and it was addressed to all production houses, organizers, event managers and media houses, he said.

We want to win World Cup again: Ponting

Australian skipper Ricky Ponting is pretty bullish when it comes to talking about the defending champions’ chances in this World Cup.
“We are not to here to defend anything, but to win it again. We want to win the World Cup again,” said Ponting during a media briefing at the Motera on the eve of their World Cup opener against Zimbabwe. The skipper also wants Australia to make a good start to the tournament.
“India scored 370 and their batsmen did really well in the opening phase of the match. But then