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COAS Dismisses 12 Army Officers over Corruption Charges
Following the triumph against the Chotu gang in Rajanpur, which surrendered yesterday and released its 24 policemen captives, ISPR Director General Lt. Gen Asim Bajwa said the army has now vowed that it will eliminate all ‘no-go’ areas across Pakistan. He added a final warning to remaining gangs in Kacha Jamal to surrender as well.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Could be First with Video Refereeing
FIFA president Infantino said that they are currently testing video technology to see whether or not it can be ready to use by the world cup. The International Football Association Board approved the use of video technology to assist officials in making decisions during the match. Referees will be able to get video assistance to make decisions on goals scored, red cards, penalties and mistaken identity.
Lindsay Lohan All for Islam, Says USA Doesn’t Understand
Catholic-born child star Lindsay Lohan has embraced Islam, adding that she is “really open to learning” about it. She was spotted holding a Quran last year. Now she admitted that she is “not done reading it” but “it takes so long” to actually read. She added, “America has portrayed holding a Koran in such a different way to what it actually is.”
Over 5,000 Defrauded in Rs2B Online Scam: FIA
The FIA has arrested a prime suspect, Liaquat Ali, from Sialkot over a Rs2B online scam defrauding over 5,000 people. He and 9 others set up a website, e2click.com, through which it asked people to register with them for a certain amount and earn profit by posting and clicking adverts. They won over clients by giving away a few thousands in profit.
Marissa Mayer Neglect Details with Those Ready to Fire Her
The Yahoo CEO disputed claims that the company is dragging in sales, calling them “external noise,” but at the same time refused to disclose many details during its earnings call “to protect the integrity of the process. Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith said integrity is the basis for the proxy contest to replace the whole Yahoo board, including Mayer.