Thursday, April 21, 2011

Bomb Blast in Karachi Rugby Club, Atleast 16 killed


Karachi: A blast near a rugby club kills at least 16 people and wounds many. Some Reports suggested that it was a gang war between two criminal groups and it seems that one group attacked other with hand grenades. 

One Eye witness told media that one of the rival gang threw many hand grenades on other which killed at least 16 people as eye witness counted the bodies. 

The reports are still coming about the nature of the blasts

SC constituted a larger Bench to hear Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Murder case


Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto


ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has constituted a larger bench on Thursday, which will hear the Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto reference case on starting from 2nd May.

The Supreme Court announced the names of the lawyers who will assist the court during the hearing of the case. They include Ali Ahmed Kurd, Khalid Anwar, Fakhuruddin G. Ibrahim, Latif Afridi, S.M. Zaffar, Tariq Mehmood, Abdul Hafeez Pirzada, Aitzaz Ahsan and Makhdoom Ali

Sharif Brothers Should Apologise the Nations for Staying in Exile during Musharraf Era, Hashmi


Sharif Brothers remained in Exile during Musharaf Era
ISLAMABAD: Sharif Brothers should apologise the Nations for staying in exile during General Musharaf's Era, Senior PML-N leader, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi has advised the Sharif brothers.

He was speaking on the floor of the National Assembly, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi also offered his apology for taking oath from Zia-ul-Haq and said that to understand teh politics of President

Animated Film Rio has Adult scenes



Rio is an animation from the same people that brought us Ice Age and so it has a fair amount to live up to. It follows the tale of a blue macaw, Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) who is bird-napped as a chick and smuggled into the USA to be sold. During the move though, he falls from the back of the truck and is found by Linda (Leslie Mann) who takes him in and looks after him.

Two Men Behind Abduction of an Italian Peace Activist killed in Gaza police raid


Killed Italian Peace Activist Vittorio Arrigoni 


Gaza Strip  : Two men, thought to be members of an ultraconservative Islamic movement, have died in a raid by Hamas forces in the Gaza Strip.

Hamas blames the men which were thought to be member a little group operating in Gaza, were involved in the murder of an Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni, were taken hostage and killed in Gaza earlier this month.

Hidden iPhone File Tracks Users' Every Move




The iphones and iPads security is being called into question after it emerged the devices contain a hidden file that tracks the owner's locations.

The finding was reported by two British computer programmers at a technology conference in San Francisco.
The pair found Apple has been logging the whereabouts of 3G phone and iPad users since it updated its mobile operating system a year ago.

Pakistan Army Accuses US of 'Negative Propaganda'


Mike Mullen with General Kiyani

ISLAMABAD : The Pakistani army on Thursday rejected what it called "negative propaganda" by the United States, hours after the top U.S. military officer accused the country's spy agency of continued links to a powerful Afghan Taliban faction.
The unusually strident back and forth reflected the poor state of relations between the two counterterrorism allies, which sunk to new lows after an American CIA contractor in January shot and killed two Pakistanis he said were trying to rob him.

Thai and Indian Workers Exploited in US Recruitment Scam


Thai Workers were charged for This type of Lodging

Thai and Indian workers brought in US and exploited as a US federal agency has filed lawsuits over the unequal treatment of more than 500 migrant workers India brought into the country to work at shipyards in Mississipi and Texas, and over 200 Thai farm labourers brought in to work in Hawaii and Washington state.

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said on Wednesday that the workers were

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