Thursday, May 19, 2016

EgyptAir flight MS-804 from Paris to Cairo believed to have crashed into the Mediterranean


Although unconfirmed till filing this report, but it is very likely that an EgyptAir flight MS-804 from Paris to Cairo may have crashed into the Mediterranean. There were 66 on board.

At the time of disappearance from radar, the aircraft was flying at 37,000 feet. Reports suggest there was no distress signal, no mechanical problems and skies were clear.





The breakdown of the nationalities on board were: 30 Egyptians, 15 French, one British, one Belgian, one Iraqi, one Kuwaiti, one Saudi Arabian, one Chadian, one Portuguese, and one Algerian and one Canadian, reports the Daily Mail.

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Sunday, May 8, 2016

Britain braces itself for the hottest summer in 40 years


The Long Hot Summer, once a TV serial, is about to come true for the British as met officials forecast a hottest summer ahead in 40 years.

The weather will not only be hot, it will have heavy rain bringing thunder, lightning and even some hail too.





However, the hot weather may be bringing pleasant conditions, though  accompanied by thunder and lightning this afternoon. Forecasters have even predicted that hail could hit across many parts of England and Wales today. 

But all is not that hot too: The coldest place in the British isles is Lerwick on the Shetland Islands which has reached 10 C (50 F). 

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Pakistan beat India in Asia Kabaddi cup final 2016


In a well contested match, Pakistan beat India in the final of the Asia Kabaddi cup 2016 to win the title.

Played at the Pakistan Ordinance Factory Sports Complex in Wah on Friday night, Pakistan beat India by 50-31 to win its second such title after 2012.





Pakistan remained undefeated in the five-day competition, which also featured teams from India, Iran, Afghanistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Pakistan won all its matches, while India lost the last match today.


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British Elections: Bus Driver's son becomes first Muslim Mayor of London

Sadiq Khan with his wife Saadiya

The beauty of true democracy was unveiled today when the son of a bus driver from Pakistan became the first Muslim mayor of London, defeating rich Goldsmith family's son.

Sadiq Khan has scored more than a million votes as against Zac Goldsmith and has been declared as the first Muslim Mayor of London. Sadiq's victor comes at a time when Muslims are facing a fierce backlash of the ongoing atrocities being unleashed by ISIS in the Middle East. It may be added that the bitterly contested battle had seen Mr Goldsmith and David Cameron repeatedly raise Mr Khan's ties to extremists.





Jemima, sister of Zac Goldsmith has congratulated Sadiq Khan by saying: She added: 'Congratulations to Sadiq Khan - 1st Muslim Mayor of London- a city for all cultures, backgrounds & religions. A great example to young Muslims.'

Read more at Daily Mail
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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Would London have its first Muslim Mayor after Elections this week?


The forthcoming local elections in Britain this week may have a surprise for the Londoners - a Muslim mayor for a change.

Labour Party's Sadiq Khan, is pised to win the elections and become the first Muslim mayour of one of the leading cities of the world. He has alreadfy served as a minister in Gordon Brown’s government.






Opposing him is Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative candidate - a wealthy scion of a billionaire banker and the British aristocracy. He seems like a natural leader in the next generation of Tories.

Read details at The Atlantic
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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Female Suicide bomber killed by poisoned arrow

In a rare encounter with a suicide bomber, a village arrow man kills here with a deadly poisonous arrow when she did not stop as demanded by the village vigilance team in Cameroon.

The woman who was accompanied by a 14 years old girl had crossed into Cameroon from neighbouring Nigeria. 





The woman had explosives strapped to her body and so did the 14 years old girl who detonated her vest upon encounter.

It may be added that residents near the northern town of Mora claim that at least five other suicide bombers have died in the last several days.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Monday, April 25, 2016

Norwegian Air Force F16 jet saves patient's life by flying critical medical equipment


You may be surprise that an F-16 fighter aircraft of the Norway Air Force was recently used to carry medical equipment rather than carrying bombs to save the life a critically ill patient.

A report says that the life of a sick man in Bodø hinged on an ECMO machine, which supports the heart and lungs, which the hospital did not have. The nearest hospital that had the machine was some 280 kilometres away - a journey of 10 hours by road.





The hospital decided to contact the nearest air force base and asked for help. And the local air force authorities of the Royal Norwegian Air Force scrambled a F-16, similar to the one photographed above, to the hospital that had the ECMO machine and the life of the patient was saved.

Within 40 minutes of the call being received, the medical equipment had been delivered to the hospital in Bodø.

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Thursday, April 7, 2016

US to sell nine AH-1Z Viper helicopters to Pakistan


It has been reported that US is selling nine AH-1Z Viper helicopters to Pakistan. The decision comes weeks after Obama administration decided to provide eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.

Pentagon has already placed an order for the nine helicopters to Bell, the company that manufactures AH-1Z Viper helicopters.

The delivery is expected to be completed in September 2018. Bell AH-1Z Viper is a twin-engine attack helicopter based on the AH-1W Super Cobra, that was developed for the US Marine Corps.





It may be added that Pakistan has requested provision of 15 AH-1Z Viper Attack Helicopters, 32 T-700 GE 401C Engines (30 installed and 2 spares), and 1000 AGM-114 R Hellfire II Missiles in containers.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Panama Leaks: Pakistan's PM order Judicial Commission to probe into allegations

Panama Leaks  - a new wave of leaks after the Wiki Leaks have sent ripples around the world. Already Iceland's prime minister has tendered resignations while Russian president Putin is taking time for his response.

In Pakistan, Pakistan's prime minister has announced a judicial commission under a retired judge of the Supreme Court to probe the allegations.





In a nation wide telecast, the Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif has denied any corruption and ill-will in establishment of off c=shore companies and has defended the business run by his two sons in England and Saudi Arabia.

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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Four mighty sixes win ICC T20 World Cup for West Indies

No one could have believed it to expect four mighty sixes from a tailender to win the ICC T20 World Cup for the West Indies tonight in India.

Playing against India, the West Indians routed the English team and restricted them for a mere 155 runs. But what awaited for the Sammy's 11 was something very dreadful as at every ball it seemed that were losing the chase.





Batsmen like Gayle (4) and Simmons (0) were big disappointing for the West Indies. It was Samuels who brought them back to game but he alone was insufficient to chase the target. And then came Brathwaite, a bowler, a attainder who was to make history for the West Indies. His four mighty sixes changed the complexion of the game and won the match - rather just clutched it out from falling into the English hands.

What a day for West Indies: Their women earlier won the T20 World Cup today and the men followed the suit too and won the match for their country.

Many congratulations West Indies - you really deserved it.

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

India beaten by the West Indies in ICC T20 World Cup Semis

Photo: AFP

Those who saw the semi final of the on going T20 ICC World Cup Cricket tonight at Mumbai would remember it for a long time. The second semi final of the tournament between hosts India and Sammy's 11 of the West Indies was simply a classic display of strong nerves of the West Indies.

India was first to bat and gave a target of 193 to the West Indians with a massive 89 not out by Kohli. Indian scored 192 in all 20 overs.





Coming to bat, the West Indians infused thrill in the match as the target was within sight but with a few runs at hand. West Indies' Simmons was caught thrice but on each occasion a no ball was given and the lucky man went on hitting and was at 82 when a massive six brought victory to Sammy's men, with only two balls remaining. They won b y seven wickets.

It may be added that despite massive, rather 100%, support of the entire crowd watch the match, clapping for India and staying mum for the West Indies, the Sammy's boys were unnerved and concentrated on winning and they finally won.

West Indians now face England in the final. England moved to final by beating favourites New Zealand by 7 wickets.

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Monday, March 28, 2016

69 perish in a suicide attack in Lahore, Pakistan


While Brussels mourn death of its citizens at the hands of suicide bombers, a suicide attack in the park of Lahore, Pakistan resulted into the death of 69 holiday makers and leaving over 300 injured. This is one of the deadliest suicide attack that Pakistan faced over a long history of such attacks carried out by militants with which Pakistan army is in war with.

The place of attack is a huge park in the renowned residential area of Lahore. The blast was just outside the exit gate and a few feet away from the children's swings. Eye witnesses said there were pools of blood and scattered body parts spread across the site of the attack.





Javed Ali, a 35-year-old who lives opposite the park, said the force of the blast had shattered his home's windows, reports the daily Dawn. “After ten minutes I went outside. There was human flesh on the walls of our house. People were crying, I could hear ambulances.”

The attack was claimed by the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan Jamaatul Ahrar.

Read more about it at: Dawn
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Thursday, March 24, 2016

India's RAW officer arrested in Balochistan


It has been reported that an Indian naval officer deputed to the Indian spy agency RAW has been arrested in the Baluchistan, Pakistan.

Balochistan Home Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti confirmed the arrest of an Indian spy from the southern part of the province.





"The arrest has proved Indian involvement in Balochistan", Bugti said. Bugti added that the Indian spy was sponsoring terrorist and subversive activities in Balochistan.

It may be added that for quite long, there have been reports of Indian spy agency's involvement in the separatist movement going in the Baluchistan province of Pakistan.

Read more about it at: The Dawn
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Brussels suicide attacks leave 34 dead

These three men, pretending to be air passengers, are believed to the terrorists who have carried out the Brussels airport.

It was a sad day at the Brussels Airport where 14 people are said to have died after a gruesome terror attack today, besides many injured.

The two explosions ripped through the air port terminal. The notorious ISIS has claimed responsibility for the massacres.





In another suicide attack, 20 more people died at the Maelbeek station, about 79 minutes after the first attack.

Belgian Prosecutor Eric van der Sypt confirmed two bombers died at Brussels airport and said a third is being 'actively' sought. A series of anti-terror raids are currently being carried out across the country.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail
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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Pakistani girls beat India - while the men lose

It was a unique day in cricket for Pakistan - both Pakistani male and female cricket teams playing their Indian counterparts - and the girls dominated the men.

Yes, in an earlier match of the ICC Women's World T20 group match played at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on Saturday, the Pakistani girls defeated India by two runs in a riveting contest which was decided on DL method.

Pakistani female team was chasing an In dian total of 96 and were at 77/6 when a heavy downpour suspended the game and the match was finally decided on DL method - resulting into a two runs victory for Pakistan.





But when it came to men's cricket, the Pakistani team failed miserably to confroint the Indian spinners who artfully took advantage of the spinning wicket and restricted the Pakistani cricketers for a paltry score of 118. 

When it came to batting, Indians were too delighted to see absence of seasoned spinners on Pakistani side and batted fiercely against fast bowlers and beat Pakistan by 6 wickets in the ICC World Cup match at Kolkata.

Photo: AP
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