Tuesday, 29 November 2011

China TV authorities ordered to ban commercial breaks during dramas

As a part of reform of cultural activities China has banned the advertisements during TV dramas. According to authorities this decision comes out after a recent meeting of the Communist party.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Egyptians votings in post-hosni elections

After the former president of Egypt Hosni Mubarak has been toppled the Egyptians are now voting in first stage of elections. Ques are formed early in the morning but it is reported that many polling stations opened late due to the administration problems.

At the same time it is also reported that the Cairo's Tahrir square is still occupied by thousands of protesters who demand to postponed the elections.

Pakistan has buried 24 troops killed in Nato airstrike

The troops were killed in an air attack by Nato forces at a check point on Afghan border. The incident on Saturday has given a spark to already tense relations between Pakistan and United States. Nato apologized declaring it an unintended incident and investigating the factors that lead to this incident. US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, offer their condolences for the loss of lives.

Pakistan has reacted angrily to this attack. Prime minister Mr. Gillani called it the attack on sovereignty of Pakistan. After a meeting of cabinet's defense committee headed by PM Gillani Pakistan has decided to stop the Nato forces supplies to Afghanistan. And later on it is confirmed that Nato traffic is not allowed through Pak-Afghan border.

Friday, 25 November 2011

Premier League and FA Cup Results

These are the results for the Premier league and FA Cup matches played on 22nd of November.

Thursday, 24 November 2011

When is the best time to prune trees?

Tree pruning is a technique used by arborists to control growth, to take care of diseased part and to remove the dead parts of the tree. Pruning often used in a sense of cutting branches back to main stem by utilizing proper pruning techniques. It may be use in a sense of removing shoots, buds and leaves.

Tree pruning can be done on many of species probably at any time of year keeping the exceptions depending upon the nature and type of pruning. But tree pruning should not be done in spring when new bud swell but the dead parts can be removed at any time of the year.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Protesters unconvinced: Egyptians continued to occupy Cairo's Tahrir Square

Thousands of Egyptian's have continued to stay at Cairo' s Tahrir square though army have offered an immediate handover to civilian rule. After the four days of violent clashes Field Marshal Mohammad Hossein said that presidential elections would be held by July 2012. In response thousands of protesters believed that the concession was not enough. Clashes continued throughout the night between protesters and police. Egypt's Ministry of Health claimed that almost 30 people are killed and hundreds injured since Saturday. Police used tear gas, rubber bullets and bird shots in response to the stones thrown by protesters.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Syrian demand to change peace plan has been rejected by Arab League

The Arab League has rejected the Syrian change in peace plan for ending the country's conflict which has taken more then 3500 people lives from the day it started.

It dismissed Syria's demand to change its proposal for a 500-strong observer mission to be sent to the country. President Bashar al-Assad said that his country will not bow before the conflict pressure and he also predicted that the conflicts will continue.

The Arab League's peace plan thought by the world to solve the conflicts peacefully, seems to have failed. On Sunday a grenade attack was reported on the building of ruling party in the Capital Damascus. It was claimed by the Free Syrian Army, a group of military defectors.

Bollywood celebrates Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's baby girl

Bollywood film actress and former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan gave birth to a baby girl child, the birth of the child was announced on Wednesday by the baby's father Abishek on twitter. The in-law Amitabh Bachchan says he received flood of congratulatory messages. Abhishek's twitter pages has also been flooded with his fans messages. The baby was born in Indian city Mumbai and the birth was celebrated greatly by bollywood family.

Newyork Resident has been arrested as a bomb suspect

In a news conference NYC Mayor Micheal Bloomberg told that 27 years old Jose Pimentel was charged in terrorism related activities. Mr. Bloomberg also told that Jose Pimentel was also found guilty to plan an attack on US troops returning from outside the USA, Mayor also said that Pimentel is inspired by al-Qaeda and is suspect in many USA destructive and terrorist activities. Mr Bloomberg was speaking along with Raymond Kelly NY Police Commissioner and District Attorney Cyrus Vance.

Friday, 18 November 2011

Almost 300 people were arrested just in New York

Thousands of protesters marched across New York's Brooklyn bridge. According to new agencies more than 300 people were arrested in New York while they were found creating trouble near the stock exchange.

Occupied wall street Protesters started the day by marching across the NY city's financial district and they mobbed at subway station. City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that five police men got injured during the protest.

The protest started about two months before against the economical inequality and it gain momentum as more and more people are joining the protest.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

FIFA Updates: Committed to fight against racism

FIFA presdident Joseph S. Blatter said that he would try his best to kick out racism factor out of the football. According to his statement he is now committed to fight against racism and he will not tolerate any discrimination in football and will try to fight to remove this factor from society as well. He said that he is personally leading this campaign against racism in football which FIFA has been facing for so many years. He said that he cannot deny the fact that he cannot put back this racism factor unfortunately but he will always raise voice in support of "Say no to Racism". He also said that he would continue to fight against this factor on and off field.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Al-Qaeda's new head Zawahiri says Osama Bin Laden was tender and kind

According to a new video released by Ayman al-Zawahiri the new leader who took charge of the network of Al-Qaeda after Bin Laden's death, Osama Bin Laden was a tender and kind heart person.

Zawahiri told that the video was made to show the human side of Bin Laden and to tell people about the loyalty and sensitivity of Osama Bin Laden. He Said that "he never saw a man like him"

Seedings has been annouced for EURO 2012

UEFA confirmed today that England would be in second group of seeds for EURO 2012 finals draw. EURO 2008 runners up Germany, World Cup 2006 winners Italy and Russia are placed in the second pot.

Netherlands are in top group of seeds while Holland, Poland and Ukraine have already been put in groups A and D. Republic of Ireland are confirmed for the finals a day before and are placed in fourth group of seeds where Denmark, Czech and France are already confirmed in, leading to the possibility that they cannot pick their poison against France who knocked them out two years ago in 2010 play-off.

According to the authorities the draw for the finals will be made on 2nd of December.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Syria anti-government has taken more than 3500 lives till now

According to UN more than 3500 people killed in Syria anti-government protest months.

A week before Arab League has said that the forces would be taken off the streets in regard to a peace deal but even after the deal UN authorities said that 60 kills has been reported in the central city of Horns. A spokes person of UN reports that Syrian troops continue to use tanks, missiles and heavy weapons to attack and destroy residential areas of Horns. A network of Syrian activists says that troops are going house to house and are making arrests though most of the people have left their houses.

The new visual identity created specially for the UEFA Champions League Final 2012

UEFA today unveiled the new identity especially created for UEFA Champions league 2012. The final is scheduled to take place on Sunday 10th may 2012 at Football Arena Munich.

The UEFA Champions league final has been given a separate identity by its own new design. The concept behind is to provide UEFA final with a unique identity through an energetic designed logo. The logo will be applied to various promotional ads to enhance the dignity and respect of the world's most prestigious sport and one of the biggest event of the world's super sports.

China City Xian hit by Deadly blast

On this Sunday a suspected gas explosion at a fast food restaurant killed almost 8 people in Xian. The officials disclosed that 8 people died in the blast. State media said that more than 30 people hurt in this blast and dead include the children passing by the building.

Seven deaths were reported by the hospitals and another dead body was found later at the restaurant. According to the state media the explosion throws windows glass to several kilometers from the place and hence caused injuries. Few agency reported that blast was due to a gas leak.

Friday, 11 November 2011

Iran & The Bomb: What’s Next?

Reference: Yahoo News

Questions about Iran's nuclear program have been swirling for years causing fear in the west that they are secretly preparing to build a nuclear warhead.

Iran has steadfastly maintained that their nuclear ambitions are only for the purpose of energy production, and that they have no plans to enrich uranium for the production of nuclear weapons.

However, a new IAEA 25-page report, a decade in the making, says there is credible evidence to make a case that "Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device."

This is some of the most damning evidence ever released about Iran's nuclear interest, but Iran has blasted the report, calling it politically motivated by the west, and an excuse to carry out military action against Iran.

While the report does not claim that Iran has the technology to produce a nuclear weapon yet, it does site evidence that Iran "had been provided with nuclear explosive design information" as well as computer modeling of nuclear detonations.

On Around the World, Christiane Amanpour speaks with the New York Times David Sanger to take a deeper look into this report which could have a worldwide impact, effecting not only the United States and Iran, but also putting pressure on Iran's allies China and Russia.

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Conrad Murray Michael's doctor found guilty in Michael Jackson's death

After six weeks of testimony and so many surprising courtroom moments, the jury handling the trial against Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray rendered a guilty verdict on Monday November 7 after 9 hours of jury's discussion. The court has sent Murray to jail and punishment will be announced on 29th of November 2011.

Friday, 4 November 2011

Greece's PM George Papandreou is set to face a crucial no-confidence vote, with the outcome on a knife-edge.

The finance minister told to media that on Friday the referendum had now been scrapped, but even if the PM will have to face an unclear future which may leads towards resign.