Monday, 10 October 2016

HARIPUR ma hony wala braa wakiyaaa.......haripur bus pay break na lag saki break fail ony ki waja say bus ak car sa ja takrai bus car ka uper gir gae......3 afraad jaga py moat ky muu ma...

Samsung Reportedly Stops Production of the Galaxy Note7







What was inevitable is now finally rearing its head. According to news agency Yonhap in South Korea, Samsung’s home market, the company has temporarily halted production of its Galaxy Note 7 flagship.
The news comes after yet another Note 7 replacement caught fire, the fifth replaced phone so far to have been reported with the same fault in the United States alone. The phone caught fire while sitting on a table as its owner had lunch. Reports from elsewhere, including Taiwan mean the number could be higher.
The news agency claims that the halt in sales is in compliance with consumer safety regulations in South Korea, the US and China.”This measure includes a Samsung plant in Vietnam that is responsible for global shipments (of the Galaxy Note 7),” a Samsung official was recorded as saying to the agency.
Samsung at the time of the fifth incident released a statement where it said it was “working diligently” to find the cause of the issue and will share findings soon. It would have taken steps in compliance with the safety agencies if there’s an issue relating to product safety.
Earlier, the US carrier, T-Mobile ended the sale of all Note 7 replacement units and instead offered refunds, while AT&T and Verizon have also concluded their replacement programs for affected units. In a memo obtained by The Verge, Samsung is also said to have “temporarily paused” shipments of the phone to Australian carrier Telstra.
Samsung had previously recalled an unprecedented 2.5 million of the affected devices worldwide, but it seems that the problem is bigger than that. With calls for Samsung to axe the affected release, it is looking extremely likely that the solution would be harder to pinpoint.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Simply put, driving here is the ability to be able to weave through hordes of Qingqis, while trying not to hit one of the dozen or so bikes involved in a race to be the first one to wiggle between the inch-wide gap between your car and the footpath. Imagine what it will take to teach the laws (or lack thereof) of Pakistani roads to a self-driving car?
Unless Google or Tesla or, well, anyone can figure out how to teach a car to do all that with today’s technology, traffic jams will be even worse then. Western programmers really can’t account for the road conditions and driver mindsets here.
The only way it might seem even remotely possible right now is with a mainframe stacked inside making millions of calculations per second while laser sensors crowd every nook and cranny of the road.
Even then, they would need a rowdy artificial intelligence-based robot in the driving seat who can mutter angrily to himself, shout at the oblivious Rickshaw-walas, and keep its hand glued to the horn to show off its determination to be the first one through. The louder it can be, the better.
Because hey. They need to be one of us to be taken seriously after all. Unfortunately, this also means more traffic jams.

Unable to Convince the World, India Stages Another Fake Surgical Strike Drama









CNN News 18 Global Exclusive, an Indian affiliate of CNN International, has aired a forged interview of SP Special Branch AJK, Mr. Ghulam Akbar, in which he has allegedly confirmed India’s surgical strike.
Tensions between both countries remain constant over the Kashmir issue. India refuses to back off and uses the power of their media to spread lies about Pakistan. The media has already spread lies about the alleged surgical strike that never took place, causing a state of confusion, even embarrassment to India.
It seemed as if things could not get any worse or lower. And yet it did.
Indian media, specifically the Indian affiliate of CNN, recently carried an interview with SP Ghulam, making up a story about a Pakistani police officer ‘confirming’ that surgical strikes took place.
Their desperation was exposed when it transpired that the reporter himself impersonated the Inspector General Police Punjab. The interview portrayed, quite falsely, that Pakistan accepted the allegations of occurrence of surgical strikes by India.
After the release of the interview, SP Ghulam categorically denied speaking to any Indian journalist. He also expressed his anger over his fake voice making rounds in Indian media.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that,
“Pakistan strongly denounces Indian media’s despicable act of fraud of airing of a fake program aimed at twisting and fabricating stories for domestic political consumption.
This is a clear indication that certain quarters in India are desperate to prove Indian false claim of surgical strike by hook or by crook.”
“We hope that CNN would take up the matter very seriously with the affiliate Indian TV channel and initiate action against the channel, as not doing so will be regarded as directly owning to this unethical and manipulative act,” added a government official.
The Indian media outlets have not responded well to the situation. Their claim remains that SP Ghulam did conduct the interview himself and it is totally legitimate. However that is not the case.


Another Fake Indian Actor Account Fools Pakistani Media Yet Again!







We never learn. Or at least, certain sections of the Pakistani media never do.
Recently, tensions between nuclear-armed neighbors Pakistan and India have been spilling over to many other spheres than just politics. In fact, following the ban on Pakistani artistes performing in India, Pakistani cinemas retaliated by slapping a ban on Indian films screened here.
In this backdrop, we have seen many media outlets getting loose with the truth when it fits them. The Indian media broke news of a ‘surgical strike’ that never was and now, it seems our media channels have also gone a bit overboard, even if it is over a less serious thing.
Recently, Pakistani media channels started to carry tweets from noted Indian actor Om Puri, who was also briefly in Pakistan recently promoting his film Actor-in-Law. Only one problem. The tweets quoted and attributed to Mr. Puri are not his to begin with.
After falling victim to the fake Rani Mukherjee account on Twitter, it appears trolls have fooled Pakistani media once again with fake Om Puri accounts.

Learn New Languages and Everything Else With Duolingo and Tiny 







If you’re serious about learning a foreign language, it can end up opening a lot of opportunities for you in certain countries, be it for university, job, etc.
Duolingo can help you learn a language for free. It offers in-depth language courses for many popular languages including Spanish, German, French and Italian.
The good thing about Duolingo is that if you properly learn a language following through its courses, you can become fluent in that language. Other free language learning apps don’t offer as much courses as Duolingo or often ask you to pay for them.

Introducing Duolingo Tutors

Duolingo is introducing chatbots called “tutors” to help you learn the languages. There are 3 tutors currently available in the iOS version. They are Renee the driver, Officer Ada and Chef Roberto. They are powered by AI so they get better and better the more you talk with them. This helps you personalize your experience and accelerate your learning process.
The tutors are available on the web version and on the iOS Duolingo app. The Android version has not yet received the tutor update but its coming soon.
Download Duolingo on iTunes Appstore here.

The Duolingo developers have also released another app called Tiny cards. Its a flash card app which you can use to memorize different things. The flash cards can help you revise for your test or exam quickly, help you memorize historical facts or scientific theories etc.
Tiny cards offers flash cards on a variety of topics including but not limited to, vocabulary, equations, country capitals and historical facts. There are flash cards for Chinese, which also reminds you of the way Duolingo handles their language courses, if you use it.
Overall it’s a handy app which can be useful in school or in different situations. For now the app is only available on iOS with the Android version coming very soon.

Cyber War Between Pakistan and India Starts!







After the escalation of the situation on working boundary between India and Pakistan, the cyber warriors on both side of borders have prepped for a possibly long-running and likely to be horrific c
yber war that’s nearing with every passing day now.
Conventionally, cyber warriors from Pakistan and India have fought some major wars in past as the situation between nuclear neighbors has been precarious for past two decades.
It is considered as a norm that cyber warriors get into action as soon as the armed forced — from both sides — advance to borders.
First large scale cyber war between India and Pakistan was fought in 1998, then another round was played in 2004. Cyber war between both the countries during 2008 was somewhat massive but ended peacefully when senior hackers from both sides intervened.
Some small scale incidents occurred in 2014 as well.

What’s a Cyber War

For more advanced markets, a cyber war usually consists of cyber attacks on sensitive government or commercial infrastructure; leaving millions or even billions of dollars at stake. In other incidents, the private records of individuals are leaked online.
For Pakistan and India, however, cyber wars are website hacks that usually don’t pose serious threats, at least on on critical infrastructure.
However, as one may imagine, several hundred thousands or even millions of websites are defaced, hacked, infected or are deleted during the process, causing major nuisance for brands, companies, individuals, government departments and so on.
Cyber war between India and Pakistan is usually contributed by beginners who empty their silos on random websites and defaced them alongside deleting files. Naturally the data on servers is stolen and ultimately used (reused or sold) on black markets.
Not to be mentioned, in some situations, senior hackers also launch targeted attacks on government websites that cause embarrassment for the other side of the border.
Pakistani senior hackers have this track record of targeting websites by issuing advance notice to Indian counterparts.
During the process, in some cases, banks, stock exchanges, government departments, high traffic websites and news outlets are targeted.

Cyber War 2016

Reportedly the defacement of websites is already in play. Indians somehow defaced some Pakistani websites and in response tens of thousands of Indian Websites are already down with Pakistani flags on their home pages.
Major Pakistani website defacement include colgate.com.pk. Indian defaced websites include government, semi government and commercial websites.
We will keep an eye on events that will unfold during days to come and will keep updating our readers accordingly.

Pakistani Hacker Gains Access to Indian GPS Servers with Realtime Info on Police Vehic






In a first of its kind incident, a Pakistani Hacker has gained access to Indian GPS Servers that contain the real time information of official vehicles of various Indian departments, including Indian Police.
Named as “Fakir” of Pakistan haxors Crew, the Pakistani hacker claims to have gained the access to the said servers and maintains that he has control over Indian Police vehicles at the moment.
Pakistani hacker made these revelations at a time when cyber war between India and Pakistan has intensified and both sides are exploring all possible opportunities to defect the opponents’ critical infrastructure.
This, however, is first of its kind hacking where a Pakistani has gained access to real time information of one of the most critical departments of India.
While speaking with ProPakistani, Fakir claimed that he can get real time location, movement directions, driving speed or any other kind of info on these vehicles in real time. “I can even jam these Indian Police vehicles”, the hacker claimed.

With access to these critical servers means that Hacker can locate Indian police vehicles in real time, lock their position, track them on Google map or any other kind of function that’s available with Indian authorities.
While he didn’t confirm the number of vehicles that he has control over, he said that GPS servers handle official vehicles of several Indian departments, including Police and Food department.
When asked about proofs “Fakir” demoed a ProPakistani editor the interface and control he had over Indian servers.
Fakir further said that this is just a demo to Indian script kiddies who have started the cyber war after India’s self claimed surgical strikes, that actually never happened.

98% Students Failed This Year’s CSS Exam






Yet another devastating blow to Pakistan’s domestic education. Only 2 percent of students who appeared in the Central Superior Services of Pakistan (CSS) exam have passed.
Each year thousands of graduates aim to make the improbable possible, to earn a chance to grab a position in the bureaucratic system of Pakistan. However, according to statistics, over 90 percent fail to achieve their goal.
That being said, this year was the toughest of all. The results revealed that a remarkable 98 percentage of students failed to clear the written test which left the observers in awe. This is the first time such a huge sum of students have failed to make the cut.
20,717 students applied for the examination, 9643 students appeared for the exam and out of those, only 202 candidates cleared the written examination who are now eligible to appear for an interview.
Graduates have argued that the strict subject selection criteria is one of the main reasons why majority of the graduates fail.
When considering the bigger picture, this highlights the problems in Pakistan’s educational system, particularly higher education. The competition is extremely high and there isn’t enough diversity for the students and graduates to work with. Competition will always remain tough if majority is applying for the same position.
Additionally, students and graduates aren’t taught to think outside the box or work with unknown variables. The lack of concept based education is another reasons why a huge majority fails in such exams.

Reasons Why Graduates Fail CSS Exams So Often

  • Lack of potential.
  • Flawed preparation technique.
  • Lack of enthusiasm.
  • No proper guidance.
  • Wrong utilization of energy.   

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Radchenko says that documents in the Hungarian archives show that the Soviets had shared with the Hungarians India’s plans to attack Kahuta.

Last week, the US State department declassified its top-secret documents from 1984-85 which focus on the Pakistani nuclear programme. The CIA analysis, and the talking points for the US Ambassador to Islamabad while handing over President Ronald Reagan’s letter to General Zia-ul Haq, show that the US warned Pakistan about an Indian military attack on the Pakistani nuclear reactor at Kahuta.

But the Americans were not alone in anticipating an Indian attack. Prof Rajesh Rajagopalan of JNU recently pointed to The End of the Cold War and the Third World: New Perspectives on Regional Conflict, a book by Sergey Radchenko and Artemy M. Kalinovsky based on the declassified documents of the Eastern Block. Radchenko says that documents in the Hungarian archives show that the Soviets had shared with the Hungarians India’s plans to attack Kahuta.

In his book, India’s Nuclear Policy —1964-98: A Personal Recollection, K Subrahmanyam recollected that the Indian proposal to Pakistan for non-attack on each other’s nuclear facilities, which he suggested to Rajiv Gandhi, was an outcome of such rumours in the Western media. Although the ‘Agreement on the Non-Attack of Nuclear Facilities between Indian and Pakistan’ was first verbally agreed upon in 1985, it was formally signed in 1988 and ratified in 1991. Since 1992, India and Pakistan have been exchanging the list of their nuclear facilities on January 1 every year.


But how close was India to attacking Kahuta in the 1980s? The first time India is believed to have considered such an attack is in 1981. The idea obviously originated from the daring Israeli attack of June 7, 1981, that destroyed the under-construction Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak. Eight F-16s of the Israeli Air Force flew more than 600 miles in the skies of three enemy nations to destroy the target and returned unscathed.

In 1996, WPS Sidhu, senior fellow for foreign policy at Brookings India, was the first to state that after the induction of Jaguars, Indian Air Force (IAF) had conducted a brief study in June 1981 on the feasibility of attacking Kahuta. The study concluded that India could “attack and neutralise” Kahuta but feared that such an attack would result in a full-blown war between India and Pakistan. This was besides the concerns that an Indian attack will beget an immediate retaliatory — some say, even pre-emptive — Pakistani air strike on Indian nuclear facilities.

In their book, Deception: Pakistan, the United States and the Global Nuclear Conspiracy, Adrian Levy and Catherine Scott-Clark claim that Indian military officials secretly travelled to Israel in February 1983 to buy electronic warfare equipment to neutralise Kahuta’s air defences. Israel reportedly also provided India with technical details of the F-16 aircraft in exchange for Indians providing them some details about the MiG-23 aircraft. In mid- to late-1983, according to strategic affairs expert Bharat Karnad, Indira Gandhi asked the IAF once again to plan for an air strike on Kahuta.

The mission was cancelled after Pakistani nuclear scientist Munir Ahmed Khan met Indian Atomic Energy Commission chief-designate Raja Ramanna at an international meet in Vienna and threatened a retaliatory strike on Bhabha Atomic Research Centre at Trombay.

The next time India is believed to have seriously considered attacking Kahuta was in September-October 1984. Details of the Pakistani nuclear programme crossing the weaponisation enrichment threshold had then begun to emerge. As seen from documents declassified last week, on September 16, 1984, US Ambassador Dean Hinton told Zia that if the US were to see signs that India was preparing for an attack, they would notify Pakistan immediately.

On September 22, a reliable source from a foreign country — later assumed to be the CIA Deputy Director — reported to the Pakistani top brass that there was the possibility of an Indian air strike. The same day, ABC television also reported that a preemptive Indian attack on Pakistani nuclear facilities was imminent, which was based on a briefing made by the CIA to a US Senate intelligence subcommittee.

But India did not go ahead with its plans to attack Kahuta because the element of surprise was lost. According to Subrahmanyam, an increase in air defences around Kahuta was “proof, if any more were needed, that our covert intentions to hit Kahuta were not secret anymore”.

It has also been rumoured that Israeli air force was part of the plans to attack Kahuta in 1984 because it did not want to see an “Islamic Bomb” developed by Pakistan. Israel was supposed to lead this attack and not merely play the role of advising the IAF. Bharat Karnad has written that Israeli aircraft were to be staged from Jamnagar airfield in Gujarat, refuel at a satellite airfield in North India and track the Himalayas to avoid early radar detection, but Indira Gandhi eventually vetoed the idea. Levy and Scott-Clark though claim that Indira Gandhi had signed off on the Israeli-led operation in March 1984 but backed off after the US state department warned India “the US will be responsive if India persists”.

Conversations with some people associated with the IAF in the early 1980s support the idea of an Israeli connection to Indian plans to attack Kahuta. It tells us that India had seriously considered attacking Kahuta three decades ago but chose not to, mainly due to the fears of a retaliatory Pakistani strike on Trombay and the danger of an isolated strike escalating into a full-blown war.

Replying to a question about Kashmir, Kirby said: “Our position has not changed. We want this to be worked out between both sides, the issue of Kashmir. And generally, generally speaking," PHOTO: REUTERS

The United States has expressed faith in Pakistan’s nuclear security, saying that its confident the country has all necessary controls in place.

“I think we have said before that we are confident that Pakistan has the security controls they need to have in place on their [nuclear] arsenal… I will let them speak to that more specifically. I wouldn’t get into that,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said at his daily news briefing on Friday. He was responding to a question about whether Pakistan’s nuclear assets were safe from terrorists.

HARIPUR: Land sliding triggered by rains in Haripur blocked a link road connecting 25 villages of Union Council Baitgali to tehsil headquarter Ghazi, villagers and Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA) sources told  The Express Tribune here on Saturday.
Villagers said intermittent rains in Baitgali for the past three days led to land sliding at different places on the Gali Road, which is about two kilometres from the main village. The blockage has occurred on the 179 km route that connects Baitgali to Swabi.
Consequently 25 villages housing about 32,000 people have been disconnected. School children and commuters were unable to travel to Ghazi as there is no alternative route.“It is a problem, roads are blocked and we are unable to bring groceries for Eid which is just around the corner,” said Former Union Council Nazim Muhammad Khursheed.He said that they have informed the TMA officials and DCO Haripur but so far no action has been taken, due to which life has become totally paralyzed in the area.
The Tehsil Municipal Officer Haji Abdul Malik Tanoli, a resident of Baitgali, said the road will be cleared by Sunday.
Baitgali has a water route through Tarbela Lake, for which one has to travel by boat for 3 hours to a village called Lakab, from where the villagers have to go on foot for another two hours before reaching Baitgali. It is the second-most remotest union council of Haripur district after Nara Amazai.

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Muhalla Eid-Gaah Sy Juloos Alam Hazrat Abbass(ra) Bar'amad, Juloos Rawaeyti Raastown Sy Hoty Huey Central Jail Area Me Ikhtetam Pazeer.

3 killed and 11 infected in Hazara Division | Haripur News

 HARIPUR: C ongo virus in Hazara Division killed three people and left another 11 infected, SAMAA channel reported on Tuesday.

According to reports, three patients were tested positive for Congo virus at Ayub Medical College, bringing to 11 the number of affected patients over the past month and a half.
Many patients suspected of Congo disease are under treatment in different hospitals of the Hazara Division and their blood samples have been sent to Islamabad for clinical tests.

Babar Awan meets delegations of lawyers from District Bar Associations Haripur and Mansehra | Haripur News


Babar Awan, Federal Minster for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, has said that the present Government is doing all its best to raise the living standards of backward and remote areas and is determined to improve the lot of the masses at large.
This he said while presiding a meeting of delegation of lawyers’ from District Bar Associations Haripur and Mansehra here on Wednesday.
He said that democracy is a system of Government in which everyone has the share and Government is fully committed to strengthen democratic institutions for the welfare of the people and prosperity of the country.
The members of delegation presented various problems faced by them. The Federal Minister said that Government is fully aware of the difficulties of lawyers and ensured that these will be resolved soon. While giving grants of Rs. 20 lakh to District Bar Association Haripur and Rs. 20 lakh to District Bar Association Mansehra, he further explained that Government is providing assistance at District and Tehsil level Bars irrespective of their political affiliation and without any discrimination.
He said that only a conducive environment will enable the lawyers to perform their duties in accordance with their professional ethos.  He also stressed that young lawyers should come forward and make their contributions for the supremacy of the Constitution and rule of law.
The delegation praised the commitment and efforts of Law Ministry for the welfare of Lawyers and said that for the first time in the history of Pakistan any Law Minister has visited different Bar Associations across the country and invited them to visit the Law Ministry.
The delegation was comprised of Sardar Abdur Rauf, President, Mohammad Niaz Khan, Vice President, Mohammad Ashfaq Lodhi, Secretary General District Bar Association Haripur. Shahjahan Khan Swati, President, Kamran Rehmani, General Secretary, Sardar Muhammad Mushtaq, Vice President, Arshad Mehmood Qureshi, Joint Secretary, Malik Abdul Qadoos, Member Surveillance Committee District Bar Association Mansehra. The delegation invited the Federal Minister to visit their Bar Associations. The Minister accepted the invitation and promised to visit their Bar Associations

The city police recovered four bodies from a house near Khala Batt Township on Monday | HARIPUR

A relative of the victims said that they were killed due to a family enmity.
The police  on an information arrived at the house and found bodies of two men and two women.
The police had to break open the main door to enter the house.The bodies were shifted to Haripur District Hospital. Police said that the victims  had been shot dead in the small hours of Monday.
Investigations revealed that some guests were present in the house on Sunday night and police officials suspect that the guests are involved
in the crime.
Police have begun their search for the unidentified guests.
A relative of the victims said that they were killed due to a family enmity. He said the head of the family, Muhammad Amin, is currently in jail in Afghanistan. According to media reports, the murdered people were  persian speaking Afghan refugees
Soba Bhar mein BPS-17 sy BPS-18 me Khuwateen Asatza Ke Promotion K Order Jari. Haripur Ke Mutaadad Schools Srbarahan Be Tabdeel.
30-October k Islamabad Jalsy me Bharpur Shirkat Kren Gy, Bharpur Teyariyown ka Aghaz Kr Dia Hay. -Rahnuma PTI MEHER DIL KHAN Rpt:Waqar Ali
T.i.P Park Sy Juloos e Alam Hazrat Abbass(ra) Bar'amad, Juloos Rawaeyti Raastown Sy Hoty Huey Housing Society Me Ikhtetam Pazeer Hogea.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Shedule-4 me Shamil Ghyr Zaruri Naam Verification k Bad Kharij Kren Gy, Muharram me Haripur me Fowj Taenaat Hogi. -DPO Shehzad Bukhari
Aman k Leay Haripur k Ulma ka Kirdar Qaabil e Tehseen Hay, -DPO Shehzad Bukhari ki Saddar ASWJ Hafiz Abdul Waheed Ki Rehaishgah Pe Guftagu
Khalabat: Sakht Security me Markazi Maatmi Juloos ZulJinah o Alam Br'amad, MWM Rahnuma Nayyar Jafri or Allama Waheed Kazmi Bhi Shareek

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Sardar Mushtaq Ki Rehaishgah Awami Ijtama me Tabdeel, Sardar Mushtaq ki Rehai Haq o Such ki Fatah Hy.
Cheif of Gujjars Malik Rab Nawaz
Sobai Ehtesab Comission k Khilaf Elan Jang Krta Hun, Kot Najibullah sy Sharab Khana or Jua Khana Band Krwa k Dam Lun Ga -Sardar Mushtaq


Sardar Mushtaq ki Rehai Saazshi Anaasir ki Syasi Mowt Hay, Sardar Mushtaq ko Rehai Pr Mubarikbad Pysh Karta Hun. -MNA Babar Nawaz Khan 10pm