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Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Tit for Tat- BSF kills 4 Pakistani Rangers in return of killing 1 BSK Jawan on ceasefire violations !!




Four Pakistani Rangers were killed in the firing by the BSF at the International Border. This comes after Home Minister Rajnath Singh's go-ahead to the BSF saying Indian should provide appropriate reply to any unprovoked firing by Pakistan.

A local resident in Samba, says firing was going on since morning. "We were asked to stay inside, how are we supposed to live like this?"


After heavy firing by BSF, Pakistan Rangers show white flags along the International Border asking the BSF to cease firing. India has stopped retaliatory firing following the 'surrender'.  The BSF has destroyed six permanent bunkers belonging to the Rangers. 
In the second ceasefire violation in the past 24 hours, Pakistani Rangers on Wednesday fired on a BSF patrol party along the International Border in Samba district of Jammu & Kashmir, killing a jawan and injuring another.
A BSF jawan was killed in the heavy firing, the IG said, adding that troops were on routine patrol when the firing took place.

The jawan has been identified as constable Sri Ram Gowria. Another jawan suffered minor injuries.



Over 550 incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistan occurred in 2014, the highest since the  came into force in 2003, with the Indo-Pak border witnessing the worst such escalation during August to October which left 13 people, including 2 security personnel dead, and thousands displaced.

 Jammu and Kashmir's Line of Control and the International Border this year witnessed 562 violations, with increased shelling, firing, Border Action Team  and sniper attacks on civilian areas and forward posts by the Pakistani troops. As many as 410 ceasefire violations were reported along IB and 152 violations along LoC, in which 19 people, including 5 jawans, were killed.


Tuesday, 30 December 2014

More than 40 Puffy bodies, debris found in AirAsia search

After three days of intense search, at least 40 puffy bodies and debris of the missing AirAsia aircraft carrying 162 people were found on Tuesday in the Java Sea off Indonesia but the mystery remained over the cause of the crash.
The Indonesian navy reported that 40 bodies had been retrieved by one warship and rescuers were continuing to recover more bodies.
The bodies were spotted along with debris floating in the Java Sea off the Indonesian part of Borneo, close to the area where contact was lost with the aircraft on Sunday morning.
Relatives of the 162 people on board the ill-fated plane hugged each other and burst into tears in Surabaya from where the plane had taken off for Singapore as they watched television footage of bodies floating in the sea.
Indonesian transportation ministry's acting director general of air transportation, Djoko Murjatmodjo, said that the wreckage was discovered in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan, and belonged to the AirAsia flight QZ8501. "It has been confirmed that it is debris from an aircraft bearing red and white colours," Djoko said, citing that the debris was found by the ministry's rescue team.
Search and rescue operations are on in the area in coordination with Basarnas, Indonesia's national search and rescue agency, he said.
Earlier, an Indonesian air force plane spotted a "shadow" on the seabed believed to be that of the Airbus A320-200, Bambang Soelistyo, chief of Indonesia's rescue agency told reporters. "God blessed us today. At 12:50 the air force Hercules found an object described as a shadow at the bottom of the sea in the form of a plane," he said.
AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes, who is an ethnic Indian, tweeted to the families of the victims: "My heart is filled with sadness for all the families involved in QZ 8501. On behalf of AirAsia my condolences."
Search chief Soelistyo said all efforts were now being concentrated on the location where the "shadow" and debris have been found.
The plane was carrying 155 passengers -- one British, one Malaysian, one Singaporean, three South Koreans, 149 Indonesians -- and seven crew members -- six Indonesians and a French co-pilot.
Seventeen of the passengers were children. There were no Indian nationals on board.
Indonesian national search and rescue agency spokesman M Yusuf Latif said that a maritime patrol aircraft from the Indonesian air force first discovered the debris during a search.
Ten pieces of debris were found during the search on Tuesday for the ill-fated AirAsia Indonesia.
"We just searched (the location) until 11 am. So, according to estimations, the debris was seen at 10:15 am (local time)," Yusuf told reporters.
A news conference by the head of the operation Soelistyo, shown live on Indonesian TV, pictures of the debris were shown including a body floating on the water. Relatives of passengers on the plane watching the pictures were visibly shocked.
All resources were now being sent to the area where the debris was found, and all objects or bodies found would be taken to Pangkalan Bun, Soelistyo said, referring to a nearby town in Central Kalimantan province. Soelistyo said that ships with more sophisticated technology were being deployed to check whether larger parts of the plane were submerged beneath the debris.
The multinational operation, led by Indonesia, was joined by Malaysia, Singapore and Australia, At least 30 ships, 15 aircraft and seven helicopters had joined the search for the AirAsia flight with other offers for help from countries like India, South Korea, China and France. The US destroyer USS Sampson was also on its way to the zone as the discovery was found.
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Monday, 29 December 2014

Bangalore Blast: The first attack after arrest of Engineer Running ISIS Twitter account !

The blast took place on Church Street in the central business district Bangalore in evening. The blast was targeted on busy area kills a woman  passing by and injuring five other and the police have described it as a "terrorist attack". Bangalore has been on alert after blast. 

We should remember that earlier this month when an engineer was arrested for running a Islamic State Twitter accountSince then, police have received several threats. Mehdi Masroor Biswas Twitter account had tens of thousands of followers worldwide.
The woman who died, named Bhavani was walking past the popular restaurant when the bomb placed outside its gate exploded. Her nephew received shrapnel injuries on his left shoulder and is being treated in hospital.
A police officer said "It is a professional job, The improvised explosive device and the timer was used, terrorist organisation use this type of explosive but we are yet to identify the group." 
Bangalore, home to many of IT companies including multinationals like IBM, Hewlett Packard and Microsoft, is considered a soft target for terror attacks and has had several low-intensity blasts in the past few years.The blast has prompted a security alert in other Indian cities too.
1. An Engineer was arrested for running a Islamic State Twitter account
2. 16 people were injured in an explosion near the office of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
3. In April 2010, the Indian Premier League cricket semi-finals were moved from Bangalore to Mumbai after two devices exploded outside Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium.

4. In July 2008, one woman was killed and several others injured when seven bombs hit crowded areas of the city.. & more ..

Sunday, 28 December 2014

AirAsia flight from Indonesia to Singapore QZ8501 Missing !!

After the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370, which dropped off radar over Southeast Asia on March 8, one another flight QZ8501 of  AirAsia caring 155 passenger got missing from today morning

AirAsia flight from Indonesia to Singapore with 155 passenger & 7 crew member aboard, went missing on Sunday morning after losing contact with air traffic controllers. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with Jakarta air traffic control just after 07.24 am local time, a transport official informed.
Contact with the plane was lost 42 minutes after takeoff. There were no Indian nationals on board. The plane took off from Surabaya airport in Indonesia at 5.20 am local time and was scheduled to land at Singapore's Changi Airport at 8.30 am.

 AirAsia's attendent said: "AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that flight QZ8501 from Surabaya indonesia to Singapore has lost contact with air traffic control at 07.24 am. At the present time we unfortunately have no further information regarding the status of the passengers and crew members on board, but we will keep all parties informed as more information becomes available," it said.
Search and rescue operations has started. The plane lost contact somewhere between Kalimantan and Belitung IslandReports indicate that there were 149 Indonesians, three Koreans, one Singaporean, one Briton and one Malaysian on board.

Flight QZ8501 got missed, last missed plane  MH 370  Searchers are yet to find & still not get any informattion. According to officials flight got crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. but this news still not confirmed.
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Saturday, 27 December 2014

BJP Trying to Enter in J&K But Congress, NC, & PDP joining hands to stop Modi & Development !!

Now In Jammu & Kashmir, Mr Modi is Finding option to form Government in state. According to BJP they want to form government & develop state But as usual all other parties joining hands together against mr Modi & BJP to stop them.... or putting some unwanted conditions, so that BJP self go out from government formation race.

The same is with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Saturday set tough conditions for the Bharatiya Janata Party for the formation of the new government in Jammu and Kashmir, declaring that its stand against revocation of Art 370 was "non-negotiable".
Indicating that the PDP, with the highest tally of 28 followed by the BJP with 25, may find it hard to do business, it also said it remained committed to the revocation of the controversial ArmedForces Special Powers Act.  That is unlikely to be acceptable to the BJP.
With Governor N N Vohra setting a deadline of January 1 for the PDP and BJP to come up with proposals for government formation, behind-the-scenes contacts among the principal players including the National Conference and the Congress intensified.
For the record, PDP said that "all options are open and that no decision has been taken yet" but there were reports that it was facing stiff opposition from a substantial chunk of its newly-elected MLAs to any tie up with the BJP.

PDP's alternative option is to accept the support of the Congress which has 12 MLAs and the NC, which has 15 in the 87-member assembly. It is in touch with both the parties as it wrestles with the dilemma of joining hands with the BJP.

The BJP maintained that it would be involved in government formation.  "We have a crucial mandate in Jammu and Kashmir. We will be involved in government formation.  Talks are going on.  Let us see what happens," party General Secretary Ram Madhav said in New Delhi.
He said somehow they wanted to find a way to form a stable government.  Things were at a very early stage and no conditions are being discussed. "The best combination will be a stable government in the state. We will explore what will be the best combination. Hesitation, if at all, is there on both sides. The BJP has a very important mandate in the state and has secured the highest number of votes and second highest number of seats.”

 NC President and the outgoing Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, having verbally announced support to the PDP, left for London on Saturday afternoon to be with his parents, who have undergone surgeries.  He is expected to be back only after the New Year.

Friday, 26 December 2014

Why Amir Khans Bollwood Movie PK is Controversal ........ Read Detail

Aamir Khan's PK is movie that initiate social debates on issues that matter to the country. As Bollywood is famous for its dance routines, dramatic visuals and songs across the world.

pk questions superstitions in a country where religion is deeply rooted in social consciousness of the people. Amir Khan plays an alien in the film who comes to visit the earth and almost immediately falls victim to human greed. His "remote control" gets stolen, a device without which he cannot go back to his planet.
In amir khans pk: To discover the world,  pk meets people, "both good and bad", visits places and learns the language. He find that many people believe that only god can help him find his remote control. He visits remote temples, mosques and churches. He follows advices given by priests and religious leaders to convince the god of every faith. But he slowly finds out some  godmen use superstitions and fraud to cheat people.
PK is not the first movie that has taken a controversial but critical look at religious practices in India. But then why is the film generating strong reactions?
The answer lies in the movie's simple narrative. It doesn't reach any conclusion on the existence of religion, but simply questions superstitions.
In one scenes, a priest tells a man to take an arduous journey to a temple in the Himalayas to ensure that one of his sick family members gets well.
PK jumps into the conversation and asks the priest if it's true that god considers all humans as his sons and daughters. Yes, says the priest. PK follows up with another question: "Which father would send an already troubled son on an arduous journey?". Such simple but important questions have made the movie a thought-provoking drama.
In film PK bathing in holy rivers, trekking to reach holy temples and painfully beating himself in mourning. He later discovers that such advice doesn't mean much and most "godmen" use religions to do business and make profits.
The rest of the movie is all about PK's debate with one such powerful "godman" who is in possession of his remote control. In the end, he proves the guru wrong, falls in love with a female Staring Anuska Sharma plays journalist who helps him, and returns to his planet.

Recently Some Godsman "Gurus or Sant" like Asharam & Ramphal go to jail due to godmen use superstitions and fraud to cheat people & charges like murder and rape.
Many have criticised the film for "maligning Hinduism" and other religions in the films.

Thursday, 25 December 2014

Modi in Varanasi & Celebrating 25th Dec Christmas Day as Good Governance Day

Varanasi: Taking forward his Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, PrimeMinister Narendra Modi on Thursday revisited his constituency and lauded people for helping in getting rid of the Assi Ghat mounds of soil and garbage to restore the historical site to its old glory
In the holy city to mark the Good Governance Day, he supervised the cleanliness campaign and also nominated various people and organisations to join the 'Swachh Bharat (clean India)' campaign launched by his government on Mahatma Gandhi's birthday on October 2.
  
Modi on November 8 had wielded a spade to remove silt deposited at the ghat along the banks of the Ganga as part of his clean India campaign.
  
People, social organisations, municipal coporation and state government have played an important role and we are seeing today that the ghat, which was full of soil, is now back to its old beauty along side Mother Ganga," he said in a brief address.

The Prime Minister nominated for the campaign Nagaland Governor Padmanabha Acharya, former IPS officer and activist Kiran Bedi, former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly, comedian Kapil Sharma, classical dancer Sonal Mansingh, Ramoji Rao of Eenadu group and Aroon Purie of India Today group. He had nominated some people during his last visit as well.
  
Firstly, he also nominated some organisations which included Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Eenadu and India Today groups besides 'dabbewale' of Mumbai, who deliver home-made food to lakhs of people in the city.

Modi is in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi to mark the 'Good Governance Day' on the occasion of the 90th birthday of former prime minister Atal BihariVajpayee.

Modi said.."Good Governance is the key to a nation's progress. Our government is committed to providing a transparent and accountable administration which works for the betterment and welfare of the common citizen."and added "It has been my dream to bring government closer to our citizens, so that they become active participants in the governance process."During the last seven months, the government has been consistently working towards this goal. & many more he said....

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Modi Call for Congress Mukht Bharat & BJP Going Strong........

Are you going to compare the current results to those of the last Assembly polls, or to those of the 16th Lok Sabha polls.

Narendra Modi & Amit Shah said in election rally they want corruption & congress free bharat (india) & now as per last 4 states election result they are going strong......


The Congress was part of the Hemant Soren ministry that took office on July 13, 2013 along with Lalu Prasad Yadav'sRashtriya Janata Dal. The Congress was also part of a coalition ministry headed by the National Conference's Omar Abdullah as of January 5, 2009. But what does it say of the party that all of its coalition partners -- the Rashtriya Janata Dal, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, the National Conference -- chose to part ways with the Congress for the assembly elections?


You cannot really blame the regional parties. The difference in votes polled fighting alongside the Congress in parliamentary polls versus the share of votes fighting alone tells a vivid story.

In the Lok Sabha elections the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha polled 9.42% of the total votes in the state; fighting alone in the Vidhan Sabha elections the party got 20.4% and is the second largest party in the assembly. Neither the Rashtriya Janata Dal nor the Janata Dal-United could get a single MLA. elected.

In the parliamentary elections the National Conference got just 11.22% of the votes polled. In the assembly elections -- despite all the abuse that came Omar Abdullah's way after his disastrous handling of the floods in September -- the party won 20.8% of the votes.

The message has already been heard in the headquarters of all every party: The Congress is a liability to any group that becomes an ally.
How about India's ruling party? The BJP set a high bar for itself in the Lok Sabha polls -- and an even higher one when it spoke of 'Mission 44' in Jammu and Kashmir. It has certainly failed to reach those heights.

What is equally undeniable, however, that the BJP has more than doubled its previous strength in Jammu and Kashmir, and it has become the first party to win an absolute majority in Jharkhand for the first time since the state was created on November 15, 2000.

What were the issues at stake in the two states? Corruption and bad governance were definitely talking points in both (as they are in most of India). How about dynastic politics?

The BJP certainly raised that point in both states, implicitly attacking the Abdullah and Mufti clans in Jammu and Kashmir, and the Sorens in Jharkhand. The chief minister's chair but Hemant Soren has ensured that the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha remains a significant presence in the state.

The Mufti family is all set to take over the reins in Srinagar, and even the Abdullah-led National Conference has done better than anticipated following the Lok Sabha elections. The only dynasty to have fallen flat on its face is the Nehru-Gandhi clan, but we have already spoken of that.

 Opposition can always find another reason to disrupt proceedings, people are already pontificating that the BJP success in Jammu and its total washout in Kashmir was thanks to the consolidation of the Hindu vote in the former and the equal and opposite reaction in the latter. Equally, some people are saying that the BJP was denied an even larger majority in Jharkhand because of missionary activists in the state. Both sides are going to draw precisely opposite messages from these results.

All you can say at the end of the day is that these elections mark both an end and a beginning. They mark the end of a campaign that the BJP started one year ago, the aim of creating a 'Congress-mukht Bharat'.

Whether through the BJP's canniness or through its own follies, the Congress has been reduced to a fringe player. But it also marks the start of an era where the BJP must now campaign on its own record rather than against the misrule of another party.

Jammu and Kashmir is, according to many judges, possibly the most blessed state of India above the ground thanks to its beauty.  Jharkhand is possibly the most blessed state of India under the surface, thanks to the wealth of mineral resources. And they are also two of the most poorly governed states in India.


All one can hope is that both these states, as well as the rest of India alongside them, shall enjoy better government in 2015.

Monday, 22 December 2014

J & K and Jharkhand waiting for the formation of new Government Ends Tomorrow !!


Counting of votes will be held on 23/12/2014 in Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand which witnessed a record turnout in the multi-cornered contests to elect their Assemblies.
The five-phase election in the two States which stretched for nearly a month saw 66 per cent voting with authorities making massive security arrangements to prevent any attempts by militants or Maoists to disrupt the polls. Election Commission official said on Monday that, The counting will begin at 8 a.m. and the first trends are expected to trickle within an hour or so. All security arrangements are in place at the counting centres.
In Jammu and Kashmir, where polling was held for 87 seats, the turnout was the highest after 1987 despite boycott calls by separatists and militants. The militancy-hit State has seen a quadrangular fight among ruling National Conference, main opposition PDP, BJP and Congress, which parted ways with NC ahead of the polls.
Most of the observers will keenly watch the result of Handwara Assembly constituency in north Kashmir Kupwara district where separatist-turned mainstream politician Sajjad Gani Lone is trying his luck.
Jharkhand, which has been battling Maoist violence, registered an overall 66 per cent turnout for the 81 assembly seats. The State, which was carved out of Bihar in 2000, bettered the previous mark of 54.2 per cent in the 2004 assembly polls.
Altogether 1,136 candidates, including 111 women, contested in Jharkhand an eligible electorate of 2,08,52,437, including 98,93,540 female voters. Out of the total seats, 28 are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes and nine for the Scheduled Castes.
Jharkhand, which has seen nine governments and three stints of President’s rule in 14 years, saw fractured mandates in both 2005 and 2009 assembly elections.
Most political observers and opinion polls are predicting a hung Assembly in Jammu and Kashmir. There are speculations about various political parties trying to work out an alliance, depending on the numbers thrown up tomorrow.
Mr. Omar’s National Conference, which was the single-largest part in 2008 polls winning 28 seats, is facing an uphill task to retain its position. PDP, which had 21 members in the 11th Assembly, is expecting to be the single-largest party, riding on the anti-incumbency and anger among the flood victims.
The ongoing elections will be a litmus test as much for BJP, which is making its first serious foray in Jammu and Kashmir to form a government, as for Congress, which will be hoping to stay relevant in the State politics following the massive rout in Lok Sabha polls earlier this year.
BJP launched an aggressive campaign as part of its ’Mission 44+’ — the magic number required for simple majority in the State Assembly — during which Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several top leaders of the party addressed election rallies across the State.
The party is hoping to make gains in the two States after wresting Haryana and Maharashtra two months ago.
Congress, which had 17 MLAs, on the other hand has softened the election rhetoric. Instead of claiming to be the single-largest party, the party leaders are maintaining that no government formation will be possible without Congress involvement.
National Conferenceand Congress, which were coalition partners for the past six years in the State but decided to go alone in the Assembly polls, fought a bitter war of words during the election campaign.
BJP, which contested in 72 seats, has a pre-poll alliance with the AJSU party which was in the fray in eight seats and Lok Janshakti party contested one seat.
Ruling JMM contested in 79 seats.Congress contested in 62 seats, RJD in 22 and JDU in 11.

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Important points what to share & what not in your Relationship !!




This you can do by understanding what it that your husband and wife is comfortable knowing. It can be anything from discussing about colleagues you are close to at work, office-related problems, disputes with in-laws, family members or talks about intimacy, physical relationship between the two of you etc. some of the things that you should not share with your partner. Not only does it hurt your partner's sentiments but also may lead to a problem or end in your marriage or relationship.

What to Share or what not in a relationship ! 

1. Share information about people at work. Not only will it help your husband or wife to understand them better but will also drive away insecurities if any.

2. Share little secrets. It's always nice to talk about what you and your gal pals are planning to do over the weekend or if your boy gang is planning a night out.

3. Share if you are planning to throw a surprise party for your parents or children. You can also involve your spouse or partner in the plan.

4. Don't give away passwords of social networking sites or bank pin numbers. Though you might trust your partner completely, it can be misused as well.

5. Don't discuss everything related to money. There are certain things that you should exclusively keep with yourself, no matter what.

6.Don't talk about an ex with your partner is not comfortable with it. It may lead to suspicion or problems in your relationship.

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Decision to Ban on alcohol rolled back by Kerela Government !!

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said the decision was taken to attract tourists and protect jobs.
In August, the authorities said nearly 700 bars and some shops would be shut in a move towards total prohibition to tackle the state's drink problem. Bar owners and hotels have challenged the order in court.
Kerala has India's highest per capita alcoholconsumption at more than eight litres per person yearly. The national annual average for alcohol consumption is estimated to be about 5.7 litres per person.
Doctors and activists have highlighted rising alcohol abuse, blaming it for many road accidents and even marital breakdown. They say hospitals and rehabilitation centres in Kerala are packed with patients suffering from alcohol-related diseases.
In its August order, the government said onlyluxury hotels were allowed to serve alcohol and introduced more alcohol-free days. Sundays too were made dry days.
 Mr Chandy now changed its government decision & said liquor stores would now remain open on Sundays and hotels would get license to sell light alcoholic beverages like wine and beer. He also added "Thousands of people have lost their jobs since the bars were shut down and 10 of them killed themselves." 
More than 20% of revenues in the state's annual budget come from alcohol sales and the ban has hit Kerala's 229bn-rupee tourism industry hard. Tour operators say there have been several cancellations, especially conferences on weekends, since the ban was imposed.

Friday, 19 December 2014

Volleyball player, Becomes the Most hated man in Pakistan after Peshawar attack ......


DERA ISMAIL KHAN!  Volly ball player  Becomes the most hated man in Pakistan is a 36-year-old father of three.
His real name is Umar Mansoor and the Pakistani Taliban say he masterminded this week's massacre of 132 children and nine staff at a school in Peshawar - the deadliest militant attack in Pakistan's history. A video posted on Thursday on a website used by the Taliban shows a man with a luxuriant chest-length beard, holding an admonishing finger aloft as he seeks to justify the Dec. 16 attack. The caption identified him as Umar Mansoor.
"If our women and children die as martyrs, your children will not escape," he said. "We will fight against you in such a style that you attack us and we will take revenge on innocents." The Taliban say the attack, in which gunmen wearing suicide-bomb vests executed children, was retaliation for a military offensive carried out by the Pakistani army. They accuse the military of carrying out extrajudicial killings.
The accusation is not new. Many courts have heard cases where men disappeared from the custody of security services. Some bodies have been found later, hands bound behind the back and shot in the head, or dismembered and stuffed into sacks. Some security officials say privately the courts are so corrupt and afraid, it is almost impossible to convict militants.
"You risk your life to catch terrorists and the courts always release them," said one official. "If you kill them then they don't come back."
The country is so inured to violence that the discovery of such bodies barely rates a paragraph in a local newspaper. Despite this, the school attack shocked a nation where traditionally, women and children are protected, even in war. Six Pakistani Taliban interviewed by Reuters confirmed the mastermind was Mansoor. Four of them said he is close to Mullah Fazlullah, the embattled leader of the fractious group who ordered assassins to kill schoolgirl activist Malala Yousafzai.
"He strictly follows the principles of jihad," one said. "He is strict in principles, but very kind to his juniors. He is popular among the juniors because of his bravery and boldness."
Mansoor got a high school education in the capital, Islamabad, two Taliban members said, and later studied in a madrassa, a religious school. "Umar Mansoor had a tough mind from a very young age, he was always in fights with other boys," said one Taliban member.
Mansoor has two brothers and spent some time working in the city of Karachi as a labourer before joining the Taliban soon after it was formed, in late 2007, said one commander. His nickname is "nary," a word in the Pashto language meaning "slim", and he is the father of two daughters and a son, said another commanders.
"(Mansoor) likes to play volleyball," said one of the Taliban members. "He is a good volleyball player. Wherever he shifts his office, he puts a volleyball net up."
The Taliban video describes him as the "amir", or leader, of Peshawar and nearby Darra Adam Khel. Mansoor deeply opposes talks with the government, the commanders said.

"He was very strict from the start when he joined," a commander said. "He left many commanders behind if they had a soft corner for the government."

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Catch the Latest Celebrities Couples lives in Live-in Relationships .......

Live-in, this word has of late become quite popular in India as well. And, it won't be wrong to give a little bit of credit to our Bollywood for this change. From on-screen to off-screen, the celebs in tinsel town are found flaunting this tag everywhere. Some live-in relationships merge it into marriage like Saif and Kareena's while others just end out with time like John and Bipasha's. Here is a look at some of our celebrity couples, who are still the best of roomies, and also a few who propagated live-in relationships before tying the knot.



Ranbir and Katrina are the latest pair to join the list of Bollywood couples who are in a live-in relationship. If the latest news circling around the B-town is to be believed the couple has moved in together in their new flat, in suburban Mumbai. It is allegedly the same flat that they had bought together a couple of months ago. But, their plans of moving-in together got postponed apparently because of Rishi Kapoor's illness.



Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma made everything clear about their relationship to the world very recently. It was during a match, when Virat blew a flying kiss to Anushka after achieving a milestone. And now if the reports are to be believed, the couple is planning to move in together. According to a leading daily, Anushka has rented a flat near her Versova apartment, in Mumbai, so that the young couple can spend more time together.

Virat Kohli, was quoted at a recent event as saying, "It is out in the open and we are not trying to hide anything." However, Anushka still seems to be preferring privacy, as she recently stated, "Being public figures, your relationship becomes a topic of entertainment for people, and for me that is not comfortable situation. It is something personal and pure for me."

Well, with reports of them moving in together, we are sure that soon their fans will have all their questions answered of whether they are dating or not.



For an actor who cares a damn about stereotypical “hero” roles on-screen, it is really not surprising to see him taking the unconventional path in real life also. On the talk show, Abhay confessed about his live-in relationship with Preeti Desai, a former Miss Great Britain.

Abhay Deol has even went on to say that he might never consider marriage. "I think marriage is a cultural thing, it's my opinion that nature doesn't tell someone to get married. I may or may not get married but I will settle down in a live-in," confessed Abhay.




Following the footprints of her brother, we have Soha Ali Khan. Actors, Soha and Kunal, have never been secretive about their relationship. Soha says that trusting and loving a person enough to move-in with him is a commitment equal to marriage. When you trust a person to that extent, signing the paper is no longer significant.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Who & When Pakistani Taliban Founded ? & their Terror Attacks claimed.......


The United States designated the Pakistani Taliban a terrorist organization in September 2010. The Pakistani Taliban, formally known as Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, is a loose and increasingly divided organization that once represented roughly 30 groups of militants. The group was officially founded in 2007 by a prominent jihadi commander, Baitullah Mehsud, and for years it and allied groups like al-Qaida have been based in the Pashtun tribal areas in northwestern Pakistan, particularly in North and South Waziristan. Many Pakistani Taliban commanders fought in Afghanistan as part of the movement that swept to power in Kabul. When US forces ousted that movement in 2001, many of its leaders fled across the border into Pakistan.  

Attacked on military school in Peshawar - Taliban attacked a military-run school in Peshawar on Tuesday,killing 124 kids among 132 dead, 245 injured, because they wanted revenge for the Pakistanimilitary.

Attack on Karachi international airport - One of their most significant attacks in 2014 was an audacious siege of the Karachi international airport in June. The attack, in which a group of 10 attackers fought security forces for hours and killed 13 people, represented the final straw for Pakistan's military.

Attack on Saints Church in PeshawarIn September 2013, the Pakistani Taliban unleashed one of their deadliest attacks ever, sending suicide bombers to the historic All Saints Church in Peshawar, a symbol of cooperation between Muslims and Christians. All told, at least 120 people died in the attack and its aftermath, which refocused attention on the Taliban's persecution of religious minorities. The attack was ordered even as the Pakistani government and Taliban leaders were exploring peace talks.


Shot Malala Yousafzai In 2012, the Pakistani Taliban shot Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani schoolgirl in the Swat Valley, for advocating the education of girls. Yousafzai went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 and has become a worldwide symbol of the group's indiscriminate violence and subjugation of women and girls. She and her family live in England, in part because the Pakistani Taliban have vowed to attack her again.
Bomb blasts on Marriott Hotel in Islamabad- The Pakistani Taliban were also behind fatal bomb blasts on softer targets like the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad in September 2008 and the Pearl Continental Hotel in Peshawar in 2009. 

Benazir Bhutto MurderBaitullah Mehsud is also thought to have been behind the suicide bombing that killed former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in December 2007.

Current Pakistani Taliban's leadership 
The Pakistani Taliban group is now nominally led by Maulana Fazlullah, a jihadi leader thought to be in hiding on the Afghan side of the border. But the organization has been under pressure from a military offensive in North Waziristan since June 2014, and the main group has suffered at least two major commander dead, &  rival leadership factions have differed over the group's direction.
Yet Fazlullah was seen as a possible peacemaker within Pakistan's militant firmament when he was chosen to lead the Taliban after the previous leader, Hakimullah Mehsud, was killed in a US airstrike in November 2013. Mehsud was the Taliban's most favourite leader. He was a close to Pakistani Taliban's founder, Baitullah Mehsud. He rose to supreme leadership after a US drone strike killed Baitullah Mehsud in August 2009.