Brothers Allegedly Kill Sister, Cousin In Pakistan Dishonour Killing


The murdered man’s father told the police that his two nephews shot his son dead (Representational)

Islamabad: 

Two men allegedly killed their 15-year-old sister and 27-year-old cousin on Friday in Shangla district of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in a suspected case of dishonour killing, the police said.

A police official told a Pakistani daily that the girl’s brothers suspected the two were involved in a relationship and killed them in the name of “honour”. The crime took place in the Laray area of Martung district in Shangla.

The police official said that the two victims were first cousins. The girl was unmarried while the 27-year-old man, Said Muhammad, had four children.

The murdered man’s father, Khan Said, told the police that his two nephews shot his son dead while he was working in the fields. They then went back home and killed their teenage sister.

The suspects then fled the crime scene.

Khan Said said he had registered a first information report in the Martung police station.





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After ‘Biscuit’ Trophy, Pakistan Cricket Board Unveils ‘Oye Hoye Cup’. Twitter Can’t Handle It


After the infamous ‘Biscuit’ trophy of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for their T20I series against Australia last month, the cricket board found itself at the receiving end for putting sponsor’s name on trophy, yet again. The PCB unveiled the ‘Oye Hoye Cup 2018’ for the Test series between Pakistan and New Zealand at Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Thursday. Sarfraz Ahmed and Kane Williamson posed for the cameras, but what really caught the attention was ‘Oye Hoye Cup’. The design of the trophy didn’t go well with cricket fans and PCB got the similar treatment on the Internet to what the ‘Biscuit’ trophy did.

Earlier, PCB and tournament organizers for the recently concluded T20I series between Pakistan and Australia were trolled on social media for literally having a biscuit on the trophy.

As far as the series is concerned, Pakistan bagged the T20I series while both the sides shared the ODI trophy 1-1.

Now coming to the Test series, the three fixtures against New Zealand provide Sarfraz Ahmed an opportunity to achieve what his predecessor and the most successful captain in the history of Pakistan cricket’s red-ball history, Misbah-ul Haq, could not.

During their unbeaten era in the United Arab Emirates that stretched six long years, Pakistan defeated almost every visiting Test side, except for New Zealand and South Africa.

New Zealand visited UAE after Pakistan defeated a strong Australian side and pulled off a 1-1 draw in a three-match series. Till date, the Kiwis remain one of the four sides that won a Test in the UAE since Pakistan adopted the country as their home.





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Pakistan government reviewed legal status of controversial Gilgit-Baltistan region


पाक सरकार कर रही विवादित गिलगित-बाल्टिस्तान क्षेत्र की कानूनी स्थिति की समीक्षा

गिलगित की हुंजा घाटी.

इस्लामाबाद: पाकिस्तान सरकार ने गिलगित बाल्टिस्तान क्षेत्र की कानूनी स्थिति की समीक्षा के लिए गुरुवार को एक समिति का गठन किया. भारत इस क्षेत्र को जम्मू-कश्मीर का हिस्सा मानता है.

गिलगित-बाल्टिस्तान क्षेत्र को पाकिस्तान अपने पांचवे प्रांत के रूप में घोषित करने की योजना बना रहा है. भारत इसका जोरदार विरोध कर रहा है. इसे उत्तरी क्षेत्र के रूप में भी जाना जाता है. पाकिस्तान सरकार ने 10 सदस्यीय समिति का गठन प्रधान न्यायाधीश साकिब निसार की अध्यक्षता वाली उच्चतम न्यायालय की सात न्यायाधीशों की पीठ के अक्टूबर के निर्देश के मद्देनजर किया है. शीर्ष अदालत ने क्षेत्र की कानूनी स्थिति की समीक्षा करने का निर्देश दिया था ताकि इसे पाकिस्तान के अन्य प्रांतों के बराबर लाया जा सके.

टिप्पणियां


 शीर्ष अदालत का निर्देश क्षेत्र में संवैधानिक और प्रशासनिक सुधारों के लिये तत्कालीन नवाज शरीफ सरकार द्वारा गठित विशेष समिति की सिफारिशों के बाद आया है. पीठ के एक सदस्य ने आश्चर्य जताया कि अगर भारत ने संविधान के अनुच्छेद 370 को शामिल करके जम्मू कश्मीर को विशेष राज्य का दर्जा दिया है तो पाकिस्तान गिलगित बाल्टिस्तान को अस्थायी प्रांत का दर्जा क्यों नहीं दे सकता.


न्यायालय ने यह भी कहा था कि गिलगित-बाल्टिस्तान के लोग पाकिस्तानी हैं और उन्हें सारे अधिकार दिये जाने चाहिये. समिति क्षेत्र को अस्थायी प्रांत का दर्जा कैसे दिया जाए उस बारे में कदमों का सुझाव देगी. यह संयुक्त राष्ट्र प्रस्ताव के तहत विवादित क्षेत्र है. यद्यपि यह पाकिस्तान के नियंत्रण में है, लेकिन भारत गिलगित-बाल्टिस्तान को जम्मू कश्मीर का हिस्सा मानता है.

(इनपुट भाषा से)



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Women’s World T20: India defeats Ireland to reach in semi-final, Pakistan out of title race


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‘Very Concerned’ Over Terror, US Says ‘Pakistan Certainly Needs To Do More’


US said the Imran Khan government in Pakistan needs to do a lot more to curb terror (File)

Washington: 

Pakistan certainly needs to do more in its fight against terrorism and the Trump administration expects Islamabad to act against terror groups like the Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Taiba in same way as it did against Al Qaeda after the 9/11 attacks, a top American official has said.

US’ State Department Coordinator for Counter-terrorism Nathan Alexander Sales said during a Congressional hearing that the US was “very concerned” over the support for terrorism in any region of the world.

“And I can tell you we have communicated to the Pakistani government at the highest levels that we expect them to do more just like we expected them to act with us after 9/11,” Mr Sales said on Wednesday.

“Pakistan has in the past been a very effective counterpart in taking the fight to Al Qaeda. We need them to do the same thing with respect to the Haqqanis, Lashkar-e-Taiba, and the other terrorist groups that are active in the region,” he said.

Mr Sales said Pakistan “certainly needs to do more” in the fight against terrorism.

His remarks came after several Congressmen expressed concern over the continued resistance by Pakistan to take satisfactory action against terror groups operating from its soil.

The lawmakers alleged that Pakistan was not doing enough against the terror groups.

“I think they’re not doing the job, despite terrorism, because the terrorists come in from Pakistan into Afghanistan, do their mischief, and run back across the border. I think they’ve been doing that for years,” said Congressman Ted Poe, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade.

“They take our money….million of dollars we give Pakistan every year. It befuddles me why we do that when they don’t… and they allow a safe haven for terrorists in their own country that invade another country, namely Afghanistan,” Mr Poe said.

He, however, praised the State Department for not giving Pakistan funds for counter-terrorism.

The State Department’s Inspector General filed a report last year that found much of the anti-terrorism assistance US had given to Pakistan was not being used, including dozens of courses not implemented.

“I am pleased to hear the Bureau has since repurposed many of the resources that had been sent to Pakistan to other more worthwhile programs. We cannot afford to throw good money after bad. Effective monitoring and evaluation programs are crucial to spotting what is not working and making changes that do,” he said.

In his first tweet of the year, US President Donald Trump had expressed his dissatisfaction over Pakistan’s reluctance in taking strong action against terrorists.

“The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies and deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools. They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!” President Trump had tweeted.

He had ordered to stop all security financial assistance to Pakistan.
 





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Rajnath Singh’s Jibe At Cricketer’s Pakistan Remark


Rajnath Singh reacted to Shahid Afridi’s comments at a press conference in Raipur.

New Delhi: 

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has reacted to former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi’s comment on Kashmir. Shahid Afridi had said that his country doesn’t want Kashmir and that Pakistan can’t even manage its own provinces.

“What is he said is right. They are not able to manage Pakistan. How can they manage Kashmir? Kashmir is and will be a part of India,” Mr Singh said at a press conference in Chhattisgarh’s capital Raipur.

In a viral video of the former Pakistan skipper’s address to students at the British parliament, Shahid Afridi was heard saying: “Pakistan doesn’t want Kashmir… Pakistan can’t even manage its four provinces.” The 38-year-old’s remarks have embarrassed his country and its new government headed by cricket legend Imran Khan.

“I say Pakistan doesn’t want Kashmir. Don’t give it to India either. Let Kashmir be independent. At least humanity will be alive. Let people not die… Pakistan doesn’t want Kashmir… It can’t even manage its four provinces…What is the big thing is insaaniyat (humanity). People who are dying there, it is painful. Any death, be it from any community, is painful,” he said in the video posted on social media.

Shahid Afridi tweeted yesterday, saying his comments are were taken out of context.

In April, the former Pakistani skipper had been clobbered on social media for a tweet commenting that there was an “appalling and worrisome situation” in Kashmir and urging the UN to intervene.

And before that, way back in 2016, the former cricket captain had suggested that a lot of Kashmiri fans supported Pakistani cricketers.

In response to the comments, several Twitter users have reminded the cricketer that Pakistan has failed to dismantle terror sanctuaries on its soil and allows global terrorists like 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed to roam freely.

Pakistan’s new government led by Imran Khan has not included Hafiz Saeed’s terror outfits in its latest ‘terror watch list’, according to a media report.

A recent report said Pakistan remains a breeding ground and supporter of global terrorism and is responsible for three times the terror risk to humanity that Syria poses.

(With inputs from ANI)





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Sachin Tendulkar made their Test match Against Pakistan in 15 november 1989 viral video


‘क्रिकेट के भगवान’ यानी सचिन तेंदुलकर (Sachin Tendulkar) ने आज ही के दिन टेस्ट क्रिकेट में डेब्यू किया था. 15 नवंबर 1989 में सचिन तेंदुलकर और पाकिस्तान के वकार यूनस (Waqar Younis) ने डेब्यू किया था. उस मुकाबले में भले ही सचिन ने 15 रन जड़े. 15 रन कम स्कोर था लेकिन उनकी बल्लेबाजी देखकर दिग्गज समझ गए थे कि ये खिलाड़ी लंबी रेस के घोड़ा है. 16 साल की उम्र में डेब्यू करने वाले सचिन ने उसके बाद कई रिकॉर्ड बनाए और गॉड ऑफ क्रिकेट कहलाए. जिसके बाद उन्होंने पाकिस्तान के खिलाफ ही 18 दिसंबर 1989 को वनडे में डेब्यू किया था. सचिन तेंदुलकर भारत के लिए 16 साल की उम्र में डेब्यू करने वाले पहले खिलाड़ी बने. 

ऑस्‍ट्रेलिया के पूर्व कप्‍तान स्‍टीव वॉ ने विराट कोहली की इन दो महान क्रिकेटरों से की तुलना…

 


सचिन तेंदलुकर ने 16 की उम्र में डेब्यू किया तो वकार ने 17 की उम्र में डेब्यू किया था. ये मुकाबला कराची में खेला गया था. जहां वकार यूनस ने ही उनको बोल्ड किया था. लेकिन सचिन ने इस इनिंग में दो चौके जड़े थे. वकार यूनस ने इस मैच में चार विकेट जड़े थे.  टेस्ट तो ड्रॉ रहा था लेकिन क्रिकेट वर्ल्ड को दो खिलाड़ियों ने जन्म लिया था जो आगे चलकर लीजेंट्स बने. उस वक्त टीम इंडिया के कप्तान श्रीकांत थे और पाकिस्तान के कप्तान इमरान खान हैं. जिन्होंने पाकिस्तान को पहला वर्ल्ड कप दिलाया था. उनके डेब्यू के वीडियो सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल होते रहते हैं. फेसबुक, ट्विटर और यूट्यूब पर वीडियो शेयर किए जाते रहते हैं. 

ऑस्‍ट्रेलिया के पूर्व कप्‍तान स्‍टीव वॉ बोले, विराट कोहली सारे रिकॉर्ड तोड़ सकते हैं सिवाय इस एक रिकॉर्ड के…

देखें VIDEO:

टिप्पणियां

बता दें, सचिन तेंदुलकर ने 200 टेस्ट खेलते हुए 15921 रन जड़े. जिसमें 51 शतक और 68 अर्धशतक शामिल थे. वहीं 463 वनडे खेलते हुए 18426 रन जड़े. जिसमें 49 सेंचुरी और 96 अर्धशतक शामिल थे. टेस्ट में जहां उनका बेस्ट 248 रन रहा तो वहीं वनडे में उनका बेस्ट 200 रन रहा. 





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DRI and Army recovered huge amounts of weapons in the area adjacent to the Pakistan border


खास बातें

  1. सेना ने भारतीय सीमा की बाड़ के एक किलोमीटर आगे जाकर की कार्रवाई
  2. सेना के अभियान में एक संदिग्ध पाकिस्तानी आतंकी मारा गया
  3. हेरोइन के पैकेट पर लाहौर का पता, हथियार चीन के

नई दिल्ली: राजस्व खुफिया निदेशालय (डीआरआई) ने भारतीय सेना के साथ एक ज्‍वाइंट ऑपरेशन (संयुक्‍त अभियान) में जम्मू के एक गांव से भारी मात्रा में हथियार और विस्फोटक बरामद किया जो कि चीन में निर्मित हैं. बुधवार को जारी एक आधिकारिक बयान में यह जानकारी सामने आई है.

बताया गया है कि मंगलवार को इस अभियान में एक संदिग्ध पाकिस्तानी आतंकी मारा गया था. डीआरआई और सेना ने भारतीय सीमा की बाड़ के एक किलोमीटर आगे जाकर ऑपेरशन को अंजाम दिया. ऑपेरशन के दौरान एक आतंकी मारा गया जबकि अन्‍य भागने में कामयाब रहे. ऑपरेशन के बाद बड़ी मात्रा में हथियार और गोला-बारूद बरामद किया गया है. इसमें 21 किलो हेरोइन भी शामिल है. डीआरआई और आर्मी ने मिलकर 2 अलग ऑपेरशन में बड़ी मात्रा में हथियार, गोला बारूद और हेरोइन बरामद की है. एक ऑपेरशन में डीआरआई की टीम आर्मी के साथ भारतीय सीमा से लगी बाड़ के एक किलोमीटर आगे तक गई और नो मेंस जोन में जाकर भारतीय सीमा के इलाके में ही बड़ी कार्रवाई की.

डीआरआई के डायरेक्टर डीपी दास के मुताबिक उनकी टीम को जानकारी मिल रही थी कि पाकिस्तान से बड़ी मात्रा में हेरोइन और हथियारों की खेप बॉर्डर पार कर भारत आने वाली है. इस सूचना पर आर्मी के साथ काम करते हुए 6 नवंबर को जम्मू के अखनूर इलाके से करीब 21 किलो हेरोइन बरामद की गई. साथ में 4 पिस्टल, 4 मैगज़ीन भी बरामद की. जो हेरोइन बरामद हुई उसके पैकेट पर पाकिस्तान के लाहौर का पता लिखा हुआ था. पकड़ी गई हेरोइन की कीमत करीब 105 करोड़ है, जिसका प्रयोग नार्को टेररिज़्म के तहत होना था. पिछले तीन महीने में डीआरआई ने पाकिस्तान से जम्मू-कश्मीर आई हेरोइन की यह तीसरी खेप पकड़ी है.


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इसी तरह डीआरआई को जानकारी मिली कि पाकिस्तान से बड़े पैमाने पर हथियारों की खेप भारत पहुंचने वाली है. डीआरआई के अधिकारियों के मुताबिक उनकी टीम 15 दिन तक सेना की टीम के साथ बंकरों में रही और आखिरकार 13 नवंबर की तड़के अखनूर इलाके के गिगरियाल गांव के पास डीआरआई और सेना से मिलकर एक ज्‍वाइंट ऑपरेशन किया जिसके तहत वे सीमा पर लगी बाड़ से एक किलोमीटर आगे तक गए. यह वह इलाका है जो नो मेन्स जोन है. वहां पहुंचकर भारतीय सीमा के अंदर ही उन्हें कुछ लोग आते हुए दिखाई दिए. जब उन्हें काबू करने की कोशिश की गई तो उन्होंने फायरिंग कर दी. सेना ने भी जवाबी फायरिंग की जिसमें एक आतंकी की मौत हो गई. बाकी लोग ऊंची घांस और अंधेरे का फायदा उठाकर भाग गए. लेकिन इस ऑपेरशन में बड़े पैमाने पर गोला बारूद और हथियार बरामद हुए.

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Ireland Captain Laura Delany Breaks Down After Pakistan Loss. Watch Video


Propelled by captain Javeria Khan’s unbeaten 74 off 52 balls, the Pakistan women’s cricket team posted their highest T20I total – 139 /6 – in a Women’s World T20 Group B match against Ireland on Wednesday. In reply, Ireland could muster only 101/9 in 20 overs as the Pakistan bowlers ran through their batting order with ease. Apart from Isobel Joyce (30) and Clare Shillington (27), no other batters could reach or cross the double-figure mark. By virtue of this loss, Ireland slumped to their second consecutive loss in the tournament. In the post-match conference, Ireland captain Laura Delany broke down in tears while speaking about the loss. Laura Delany termed her team’s loss “so incredibly frustrating.”

“If we were professional I wonder what the score would have been out there today to lose the match by 40 runs,” said a dejected Laura Delany.

On the match front, Pakistan revived their campaign by recording their first win of the tournament. Pakistan bowlers Sana Mir, Aiman Anwer, Nashra Sandhu, and Aliya Riaz picked two wickets apiece as Ireland surrendered meekly.

Javeria Khan, who was adjudged player of the match, said that her unbeaten 74 was her best innings in terms of scoring runs.

“This is my best innings in terms of scoring runs. Could’ve been better, but I took my time initially and helped my team get a decent total. I had to change a bit of gear because the ball wasn’t coming on nicely to hit and they were bowling a bit slower.

“So, I took my time and seized on bad balls. I have been working hard on my T20 game, I know that you have to score runs quickly in this format. It was a good win,” Javeria further added.

Ireland next play India in their Group B match on Thursday, while Pakistan play New Zealand on the same day.





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