Sunday, July 31, 2011

Caribbean Airlines’ Flight 523 crashed during landing in Guyana - All 163 on board survived

Caribbean Airlines’ Flight 523 crashed during landing in Guyana
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (July 31) — One of the luckiest escape for the 157 passengers of Caribbean Airlines plane which slid off the end of a rainy runway, crashed through a chain-link fence and broke in half just short of a deep ravine. There were 6 crew members also on board.

Reportedly, Caribbean Airlines’ Flight 523 left John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York) Friday evening and made a stop in Trinidad before landing in Guyana. 

It was a complete safe and smooth landing for which passengers were applauding for the expertise of captain and co-pilot when suddenly the Boeing 737-800 slid off the end of a rainy runway, crashed through a chain-link fence and broke in half just short of a deep ravine. 

All 163 people on board survived; but more than 30 people were taken to the hospital. Only three of those had to be admitted for a broken leg, bumps, cuts and bruises.

The cause of the crash is being investigated by Airlines officials.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Dravid and Broad kept second test in equilibrium at the close of day 2 (Watch day 3 live from Trent Bridge)

NOTTINGHAM - - India are fighting their hearts out to level the series against England by winning the second test being played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Rahul Dravid Waving His Bat after Completing 34th est Century

First day of the test was totally grabbed by Indian pacers by sending England back to pavilion for just 224. The strong Indian batting line-up teased English bowlers for the most of the second day; but it was Stuart Broad who picked up six wickets with an amazing hat-trick by trapping Indian skipper MS Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh and Praveen Kumar.
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Hustler's Larry Flynt Offered Half-a-million Dollars to Casey Anthony for Posing Nude in the Magazine

Hustler's Larry Flynt Offered Half-a-million Dollars to Casey Anthony for Posing Nude in the Magazine
Larry Flynt is all set to pour half-a-million dollars for Casey Anthony to pose nude in his Hustler magazine. Flynt made the public announcement on the Nancy Grace show Thursday night.

He further declared that Casey would receive 10% of whatever money the magazine would make from the nude pictures of her that he wants to feature. He said that he believed that they would both make a great deal of money, and he’s correct.

Casey Anthony was acquitted on the 5th of July, by a jury of five men and seven women, of killing Caylee, her 2-year old daughter. However, the jury still found her guilty of some other counts, but given her good behavior, she was released on the 17th of July. Her whereabouts are currently unknown, but it seems that Hustler wants Casey Anthony nude for $500,000.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Indian Chances to Pull Back in Second Test - - Absence of Zaheer Khan and Gautam Gambhir Can Hurt India

India v England (2nd Test) Live Today
 NOTTINGHAM - - It was a historical 2000th test match played between India and England at Lord’s Cricket Ground and concluded on July 25th with a humiliating 196-run defeat to India. The big defeat by the hands of England has certainly dented the reputation of India, which is ranked number one in test ranking followed by South Africa and England respectively.

India captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni confirmed that premier fast bowler Zaheer Khan who had injured his hamstring in the Lord's Test, will not participate in the second match of the series against England starting in Nottingham on Friday.

S Sreesanth who did not take part in the historic first Test at the home of cricket is likely to be the replacement for the injured Zaheer.

Now the question arises; will India bounce back to level the series in the second test scheduled to be started on Friday (July 29) at Nottingham?

Indian prospects to bounce back look quite miserable in the absence of ace fast bowler Zaheer Khan and star batsman Gautam Gambhir due to injuries. On the other hand the psychological impact of big crash in first test is not very conducive for India to fight back strongly in the second test match against very formidable and threatening looking English cricket team.

India’s house on the other hand is not in order. Several top players are not in the best of their health and two important players are all but out of the team for the second test match that is commencing today at Nottingham.

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Don: The Fourth Tropical Storm - - Heading towards the central Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storm Don churned into the central Gulf of Mexico
Storm watches were posted from the Texas-Mexico border north to Galveston Island as Tropical Storm Don moves through the Gulf of Mexico on track for landfall on the Texas coast late tomorrow.

Don, the fourth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, was 545 miles (877 kilometers) east-southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas, heading west-northwest at 10 miles per hour with maximum winds of 40 mph, according to a National Hurricane Center bulletin at 8 a.m. East Coast time today.

Maps posted on the center’s website show Don making landfall after 1 a.m. July 30 in the Corpus Christi area.

“Don should be at least a strong tropical storm at landfall,” AccuWeather Inc. meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said on the State College, Pennsylvania, forecaster’s website.

Storms are watched closely because they are a threat to oil and natural gas interests in the Gulf, home to 31 percent of U.S. oil output and coastal refineries account for 7.61 million barrels a day, or 42 percent of U.S. capacity.
Energy companies have begun pulling some workers from their facilities in the Gulf as a precaution. Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it’s evacuating about 70 non-essential workers, while Apache Corp. and Anadarko Petroleum Corp., the two largest U.S. independent oil and gas producers by market value, said they are removing non-essential workers from some western Gulf operations.

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International Space Station (ISS) to be sunk in Pacific Ocean by 2020: Vitaly Davydov, top-level Russian space official

International Space Station (ISS) to be sunk in Pacific Ocean by 2020
MOSCOW, Russia – The International Space Station (ISS) will end into Pacific Ocean after less than 9 years from now, says a top-level Russian space official.

Talking in a TV program ‘Morning of Russia’ Vitaly Davydov, the Russian space agency's deputy chief, told that International Space Station (ISS) will be de-commissioned and fall into the Pacific Ocean in not long after its end-date of "approximately 2020."

The aim would be to evade leaving more space junk, Davydov told further.

"After it completes its existence, we will be forced to sink the ISS," he said. "It cannot be left in orbit, it's too complex, too heavy an object, it can leave behind lots of rubbish."

New Zealand-born 14-year-old Sharidyn Svebakk-Bohn: The Youngest Victim of Norway Massacre

Sharidyn Svebakk-Bohn: The Youngest Victim of Norway Massacre
OSLO, Norway - - The 32-year-old Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik killed eight with a car bomb in Oslo city centre, before travelling to the island of Utoya, where he opened fire, killing 68. At least another eight people are still unaccounted for.

The police will officially reveal a series of names each afternoon on a website alongside detail about each victim, including their age.

The pictured above Sharidyn Svebakk-Bohn, a 14-year-old schoolgirl born in New Zealand was last night named as the youngest victim of gunman Anders Behring Breivik.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Toddler Fell to Death Getting Out of Control from Mother in JP Nagar, India

JP NAGAR, India (July 26) - - In a gloomy incident one-and-a-half-year-old baby boy fell to death from 9th floor after slipping from her mother’s arms while she was trying to feed him in the balcony of her apartment. 

Reportedly; the 25-year-old Amrutha Kashyap was persuading her son Arman for morning cereal while both were at the balcony of the flat.

Amrutha held a bowl in one hand and her baby in the other. Mother and son were near the window in the balcony corridor in front of her flat in JP Nagar. The excited toddler suddenly leaped out of his mother’s arms, and fell to his death from the ninth floor.

The incident happened around 9.45 am in C Block, Adarsh Rhythm apartment at Panduranga Layout in JP Nagar. 

Arman’s father Vishal Kumar Kashyap, 30, a software engineer, was away at work in a private firm at the time. The couple’s older child — a daughter — was in school.

Arman fell on to the rooftop of the fourth-floor porch and died on the spot.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Amir Khan knocks down Zab Judah IBF & WBA junior welterweight title boxing match

Amir Khan knocks down Zab Judah during the fourth round of their IBF & WBA junior welterweight title boxing match, Saturday, July 23, 2011
Amir Khan won a second piece of the 140-pound title Saturday night, stopping veteran Zab Judah with a body punch in the fifth round of a scheduled 12-round unification bout.

Khan threw a right hand that landed just at the belt line of Judah, who went to the canvas. Judah stayed there on his knees as referee Vic Drakulich counted him out at 2:47 of the fifth round.

Judah acted as if he was surprised to be counted out, but got up and went to his corner as Khan celebrated with his cornermen. Judah had earlier complained about being butted by Khan and was bleeding from his nose and cuts to his face.

The win was an impressive one for Khan, the former Olympic silver medalist who likes to call himself the best pound-for-pound boxer in England. He came in as a 5-1 favorite, and had no trouble against the southpaw Judah, using his quickness to beat him to the punch in almost every exchange.

Khan won the first four rounds on all three ringside scorecards.

Sea Diver Almost Swallowed by Giant Whale Shark at Isla Mujeres, Mexico (Photos/Pictures)

Sea Diver Almost Swallowed by Giant Whale Shark at Isla Mujeres, Mexico

ISLA MUJERES, Mexico - - The diver in the picture above seems like almost sucked into the mouth of gigantic whale shark while he was enjoying underwater expedition on plankton off Isla Mujeres.

In reality, the diver was no way near to be swallowed by the sea giant as the shark, which is sea’s largest fish, is actually vegetarian.

After being familiar with the situation the diver get relieved and continued to enjoy the presence of incredibly huge sea creature and captured it in his camera from various angles.

Sea Diver Almost Swallowed by Giant Whale Shark at Isla Mujeres, Mexico
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Too Young to Die - - Amy Winehouse Dead at 27

Amy Winehouse Passed Away at the Age of 27
LONDON - British singer Amy Winehouse has been found dead at her London home. She was 27. The talented but troubled performer has been found dead in her home in London, according to news reports.

Police confirmed that a 27-year-old female was pronounced dead at the home in Camden Square northern London; the cause of death was not immediately known. London Ambulance Services said Winehouse had died before the two ambulance crews it sent arrived at the scene.

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OSLO Bombing: Horrible Picture (Photo) of a Female Survivor - - Police Charged the 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik

OSLO Bombing: Horrible Picture of a Female Survivor
OSLO, Norway - According to the New York Times reports; the death toll in Norway rose to at least 91 following the bombing of a government center in Oslo on Friday (July 22) and a shooting attack on a nearby youth camp island.

The photograph above shows a bleeding female survivor from the explosions. Its really horrible to see full face red with blood and eye full of fear.

Anders Behring Breivik: Alleged mastermind behind Oslo bombing and shooting

The Norwegian police charged a 32-year-old man on Saturday, who was identified by the Norwegian media as Anders Behring Breivik. The photo above is a screen grab from his Facebook page, which has since been blocked. Breivik has been identified as a "Christian fundamentalist with right-wing connections," according to the Times, as well as with anti-Muslim views, according to multiple sources.

Watch Video Footage: Woman Get Naked in New York Subway Due to Extreme Heat Wave

Heat Wave Forced Woman to Pull Down Her Pants in New York Subway

NEW YORK - - A camera eye caught a woman who got naked from the waist down while riding a New York City subway car.Interestingly, the female passenger can be seen casually getting off her pants and panties before gripping onto the top arm rail.

The others in the car are seen shocked at the sight before them but the woman just stands there letting the subway breeze cooling down her nude genitals and buttocks.

maybe she will have started a trend and now New York City subway cars will be filled with naked passengers. There's no denying how incredibly hot it has been for residents of NYC and those in other parts of the country but most people aren't comfortable enough to publicly show off their muff.

Friday, July 22, 2011

Live Updates: Oslo Blasts and Utoya Shooting - - A madman's work or white Muslim's extremism??

Live Updates: Oslo Blasts and Utoya Shooting

The police official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said: "It seems it's not Islamic-terror related. This seems like a madman's work."

A police official said the 32-year-old Norwegian suspect appears to have acted alone in both attacks.

Norway's TV2 says man arrested has links to right-wing extremism.

Police say man arrested for Utoya shooting / Oslo bombing, does not appear to be linked to Islamist terror.
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Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15 (Destruction in Pictures/Photos)

Oslo Blasts on Friday (July 22, 2011)
OSLO, Norway (July 22) - Twin explosions rocked Oslo, the capital of Norway today (Friday/July 22, 2011). The explosion took place at approximately 3:20 pm CET. The police received information about the explosion at 3:26 pm CET.

Official sources confirmed that the explosions killed two people and injuring 15 more and severely damaging government buildings including Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's office. The death toll may rise as the rescue operations are still underway.

Norwegian State Secretary Kristian Amundsen told BBC that there are people trapped in the buildings hit by the blast. He declined to elaborate, saying: "I can't go into details."

“Some people covered with blood are lying in the street. There is glass everywhere. It is total chaos. The windows of the all the surrounding buildings have been blown out,” eyewitnesses told media.

It remains unclear what caused the blast or if it was terrorism attack. A jumbled remains of a car was found outside one building.

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Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15

Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15

Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15

Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15

Friday, July 22: Explosions Rocked Norway Capital Oslo, Killed 2 Injured 15

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Florida-based Hacker, Bernard Campbell, Posted Nude Photos of 19 Women on Facebook

Joseph Bernard Campbell: The Hacker
LARGO, Florida - - According to the reports by Tampa Bay Online; a Largo-based hacker broke into as many as 19 women’s personal email accounts, stole their nude and semi-nude photos and then exchanged these photos with the women’s normal profile pictures on Facebook.

Reportedly, the 24-year-old hacker Bernard Campbell knew most of these women and got their e-mail addresses and passwords by sending them fake greeting cards.

The motive behind this activity was “to harass the victims and cause them emotional distress,” Campbell said.

Campbell didn’t just post these photos to Facebook profiles but he also posted the same on a Web site called “Pinellas County Sluts”, a site called “Dumpster Sluts”, and a forum called “Revenge”.

Campbell may get a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine for pleading guilty to federal charges of cyberstalking and unauthorized access to a computer.

Video: Space Shuttle Atlantis Landed Back Safely at Kennedy Space Center - - End of 30-year Era of NASA's Shuttle Program

Space Shuttle Atlantis Landed  Back Safely at Kennedy Space Center

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The space shuttle Atlantis landed back at the Kennedy Space Center after NASA's 135th and final shuttle voyage. With this final landing on Thursday predawn Atlantis completed a 13-day cargo run to the International Space Station and a 30-year odyssey for NASA's shuttle program.

Atlantis' successful space station restocking mission closed out the shuttle era.
"Mission complete, Houston," Ferguson radioed to Mission Control. 

"Atlantis is home," said NASA control moments after its arrival at 5:56 a.m. ET. "Its journey complete. A moment to be savored."

Details of a follow-on program are still being awaited, but the idea is to manufacture new spaceships that can travel away from the station's 250-mile (400-km) orbit and send astronauts to the moon, asteroids and other destinations in deep space.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Least 22 Dead with Scorching Heat Wave in Southern U.S.; Likely to Persist

Temperature Touching 100 Degrees in southern States of U.S.
A heat dome covering much of the central and southern United States is pushing temperatures into the triple digits and causing heat wave conditions. At least 22 people have reportedly expired from extreme heat. Those most at risk are elderly people and children.

The National Weather Service said, "These triple-digit temperatures are forecast to remain in place across the eastern U.S. through Saturday before cooling off slightly to the mid-90s by Sunday."

More than 141 million people in more than two dozen states were under a heat advisory or warning because of the soaring temperatures, the most recent in a series of heat waves that have scorched the country's midsection off and on since late May, the National Weather Service reported.

In Wichita, the largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas, the temperature is expected to touch 100 degrees every day up to next Tuesday. The city has already suffered the soaring heat 100 degrees or more on more than 24 days so far in 2011.

The 65-year-old Inocenta Hernandez, From Guatemala City, Found 40-feet deep Sinkhole under Her Bed

Guatemala City, Guatemala - What would be your feelings if you find a deep, wide and dark sinkhole just under your bed you’re sleeping a while ago..?? Isn’t it horrible to just hear; but Inocenta Hernandez from Guatemala City had experienced the same in reality the previous night. 

40-feet deep sinkhole appeared under Inocenta Hernandez

Reportedly, the 65-year-old Hernandez was panicked to hear a horrible sound and she ran outside her home to spot the real cause; but just after moments she realized the problem was inside her home, she returned to find a gaping, three feet wide, 40 feet deep sinkhole beneath her bed.

Fortunately there was no serious damage of life as the grandchildren of Hernandez were playing near the bed under which the deep sinkhole appeared suddenly.

That was not as fearful for the residents of Guatemala City as the city is prone to spawning giant pits, which are often caused by tropical rain storms. Sinkholes are natural depressions in the earth that can range anywhere from a few feet to hundreds of acres wide, and measure a shallow foot to 100 feet deep.

UAE Player Awana Diab's Backheel Penalty Kick - - The Latest Internet Sensation (Youtube Video)

AL AIN, UAE - UAE overcome Lebanon 6-2 late on Sunday night at Khalifa Stadium in Al Ain as they gear up for the World Cup qualifier against India on Thursday (Saturday/July 17).

UAE Player Awana Diab's Backheel Penalty Kick
The goal margin with which UAE thrashed Lebanon is not the only thing that made this match unforgettable for soccer fans but this match will be remembered for long due to the craziest ever backheel penalty shootout taken by UAE midfielder Awana Diab (Theyab Awana) in 78th minute of the match.

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Faisalabad Board Released Date of Result Announcement for Matric and 9th class Students

Matric Results of BISE, Faisalabad

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE, Faisalabad), Faisalabad is likely to announce the annual results of Matric (Class 9 and Class 10) tomorrow (Thursday.July 21, 2011).

Earlier it was rumoured that the results of 9th class will be delayed up to August 4, 2011; but later on the authorities in the Faisalabad Board (BISE, Faisalabad) decided to release the result of class 9 and class 10 at the same time.

HSSC results of Faisalabad Board will be available online tomorrow at 10:00 am in the morning on the links provided after the jump.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Daughter of Former IMF Chief, Camille Strauss-Kahn, Questioned Over Rape Case of Tristane Bannon

The French investigators questioned one of the daughters of former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn on conspiracy allegations he had raped a French woman writer.

Camille Strauss-Kahn and her mother Anne Sinclair

Camille Strauss-Kahn is a friend of the writer Tristane Banon.

Banon accused IMF chief of attacking her in an apartment in Paris back in 2003 when she came for an interview with Mr. Strauss-Kahn.

The anonymous source said police had questioned Camille on Monday; while her mother, the former wife of Mr. Strauss-Kahn, Mrs. Brigitte Guillemette was questioned on Thursday.

Not long after former IMF director was arrested in New York for allegedly sexually assaulted a woman, the 32-year-old Tristane Banon, has accused Mr. Strauss-Kahn had attempted to rape her 8 years ago .

Writer said she did not pursue the matter at the same time because "everyone told me that the case will never succeed", but the charges in New York, "I finally have a chance to get people to listen."

On the other hand, Strauss-Kahn said he did nothing wrong and has sued her back Banon, alleging she made bogus claims.

Four Soldiers Killed While Several Civilians Injured Due to Afghan Mortar Shelling

WANA/LANDIKOTAL: Four Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers were killed when several rounds of artillery and mortar shells fired from across the border in Afghanistan fell in the Angoor Adda area of South Waziristan Agency on Tuesday.

Also, mortar shells fired from the Afghan side injured nine people in Landikotal Tehsil of Khyber Agency, official and local sources said. Security officials said the shells fired from Afghanistan’s Paktika province landed in villages near the border town of Angoor Adda in South Waziristan. Some of the artillery and mortar shells hit the border security posts manned by the FC soldiers.

Security officials said four FC men died when some artillery rounds fell on their post in Angoor Adda. The names of slain soldiers could not be ascertained. There was no information about any retaliation by the Pakistani security forces deployed on the border with Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, at least nine people, including a child, were injured when several mortar shells fired from Afghanistan hit a playground in Landikotal town in Khyber Agency and also fell in front of a mosque in a nearby village.

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189th Birthday of Gregor Johann Mendel - - Biography, Early Days and Research Work


Gregor Johann Mendel (July 20, 1822[1] – January 6, 1884) was a Czech-German Augustinian friar and scientist, who gained posthumous fame as the figurehead of the new science of genetics for his study of the inheritance of certain traits in pea plants. Mendel showed that the inheritance of these traits follows particular laws, which were later named after him. The significance of Mendel's work was not recognized until the turn of the 20th century. The independent rediscovery of these laws formed the foundation of the modern science of genetics.


Mendel was born into an ethnic German family in Heinzendorf bei Odrau, Austrian Silesia, Austrian Empire (now HynĨice, Czech Republic), and was baptized two days later as Johann. He was the son of Anton and Rosine (Schwirtlich) Mendel, and had one older sister (Veronica) and one younger (Theresia). They lived and worked on a farm which had been owned by the Mendel family for at least 130 years. During his childhood, Mendel worked as a gardener, studied beekeeping, and as a young man attended Gymnasium (school) in Opava. Later, from 1840 to 1843, he studied practical and theoretical philosophy as well as physics at the University of Olomouc Faculty of Philosophy, taking a year off through illness. When Mendel entered the Faculty of Philosophy, the Department of Natural History and Agriculture was headed by Johann Karl Nestler, who conducted extensive research of hereditary traits of plants and animals, especially sheep. In 1843 Mendel began his training as a priest. Upon recommendation of his physics teacher Friedrich Franz, he entered the Augustinian Abbey of St Thomas in Brno in 1843. Born Johann Mendel, he took the name Gregor upon entering religious life. In 1851 he was sent to the University of Vienna to study under the sponsorship of Abbot C. F. Napp. At Vienna, his professor of physics was Christian Doppler. Mendel returned to his abbey in 1853 as a teacher, principally of physics, and by 1867, he had replaced Napp as abbot of the monastery.

Besides his work on plant breeding while at St Thomas's Abbey, Mendel also bred bees in a bee house that was built for him, using bee hives that he designed. He also studied astronomy and meteorology, founding the 'Austrian Meteorological Society' in 1865. The majority of his published works were related to meteorology.

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Monday, July 18, 2011

Shuttle Atlantis Landing Back Thursday - - Last chance to see a shuttle in night sky … ever

Space Shuttle Atlantis Back to Earth on Thursday (July 21)

Space shuttle Atlantis will be returning to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the very last time on Thursday morning, so there are just two days left to spot the winged spaceship soaring across the twilight morning sky. 

Unfortunately, the viewing circumstances do not favor any views for most of North America, with the exception of some of the southernmost states,  as both Atlantis and the International Space Station will not be making favorable passes over the contiguous U.S. and Canada until after sunrise (during the daylight hours) through much of this week.  

But skywatchers in some southern U.S. locations have chances to spot Atlantis fly overhead, weather permitting. NASA is retiring its shuttle fleet after Atlantis' current flight so there will be no more shuttles to seek out one this mission ends. 

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Anjum Aqeel Khan, PML-N MNA, Sent to Jail by Court on 14-day Judicial Remand

PML-N MNA Anjum Aqeel Khan Taken to Court in Police Custody

ISLAMABAD, July 18 – A court has sent Anjum Aqeel Khan, the member of National Assembly from NA-48 Islamabad, to jail on 14-day judicial remand on Monday (July 18).

According to further details aired on private news channel; the Police produced Anjum Aqeel, MNA of PML (N), before the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) and asked for 7-day physical remand. The court declined the request and ordered to send him jail. 

Police had filed a case against Anjum Aqeel Khan under 12 different sections including Terrorism Act and detained him on Saturday. 

Anjum Aqeel was taken to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in police custody due to heart problem and after due check-up and angiography doctors recommended his admission to the hospital due to one cardiac valve is blockage; but police took him back to police station without further consultation with doctors.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Japan beat USA 3-1 in penalty shootouts

2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Japan beat USA 3-1 to lift the title

FRANKFURT, Germany - The most spectacular Women’s World Cup final in history has produced the most surprising champion at the end.

Japan became the first Asian nation to win the Women’s World Cup on Sunday, beating the United States in a penalty shootout after both sides were level at 2-2 after extra time.
The Japanese denied the U.S. team the chance to become the first country to lift the cup three times.
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VIDEO: Crowd Angry Over Casey Anthony Released from Florida Jail on Sunday

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Police had to take action for the safety of Casey Anthony and her lawyer as she was set free from Florida jail on Sunday (July 17) morning. 

Casey Anthony, who was earlier declared innocence in the case of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, was set free after 12 days in jail. People were already furious as a result of the verdict in the Caylee murder case and Casey Anthony received threats from people across the U.S. who had followed the case with enthralled interest. 

A large mob with anti-Anthony sentiments was gathered outside the jail around midnight; therefore, police had already feared the safety of Casey Anthony.

Anthony, wearing a pink T-shirt with blue jeans, left the jail at 12:14 a.m. with her attorney, Jose Baez. She was given $537.68 in cash from her jail account and escorted outside by two sheriff's deputies armed with semi-automatic rifles. Neither Anthony nor Baez said anything to reporters and others gathered outside.

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Aisam-Faha Engaged - Yet Another Double Mix Grand Slam Final for Aisam-ul-Haq

Pakistan tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi got engaged yesterday (July 16) with long time friend Faha Akmal Makhdum, belonged to a well-known British Pakistani family. The engagement ceremony was a really exclusive and fans of Aisam-ul-Haq watched it on TV screens in bits and pieces.

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