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Thursday, July 27, 2017

NEW DELHI/INDIA: Boy forced to drink acid after shop runs out of cottage cheese!

A slice of paneer
  • When the boy said paneer was out of stock, they came inside the shop and searched the fridge.
17-year-old boy was forced to drink acid by a group of people, a day after a scuffle over selling paneer, family members said.

A police officer privy to the case identified the victim as Yogesh Sagar and said the incident took place in Sangam Vihar area of south Delhi late on Tuesday.

The officer said that a case has been registered but no one has been arrested yet.

Sagar is recuperating at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) but hasn't yet begun talking, his father Babulal, 43, said.

Babulal said that they ran a dairy on Ratiya Marg of Sangam Vihar and lived on the first floor of the same building.

Musharraf considered using nukes against India: Report!

  • The former president spent many sleepless nights mulling the idea.
president of Pakistan, Gen Pervez Musharraf, says he mulled the use of nuclear weapons against India amid tensions following the 2001 terror attack on the Indian parliament, but decided against doing so out of fear of retaliation, according to a media report.

Musharraf, 73, also recalled that he had many sleepless nights, asking himself whether he would or could deploy nuclear weapons, the Japanese daily 'Mainichi Shimbun' said.

The former president disclosed that amid tensions between India and Pakistan following the 2001 terrorist attack on the Indian parliament, he contemplated the use of nuclear weapons, but decided against doing so out of fear of retaliation.

Baby sold by druggie dad returns to mom!

Nusrat Jahan (R), the biological mother of the child, and Rasheda Akter (L), the adopted mother, are seen at court after the verdict in the Bangladeshi city of Chittagong on July 27, 2017. (AFP)
  • He has been detained and will face charges relating to kidnapping and selling the infant.
Chittagong - A Bangladeshi woman whose daughter was sold off by her drug-addicted husband described her joy on Thursday at being reunited with the infant.

The 10-month-old was returned to her mother in emotional scenes after a court in Chittagong ruled the child had been taken without her permission and sold to a childless couple.

"I am extremely happy that I got my daughter back," the girl's mother, Nusrat Jahan, told AFP.

"I could not sleep all these months after she was snatched from my lap."

Iran stokes US anger with another 'rocket test'!

This picture released by the official website of the Iranian Defense Ministry on Thursday, July 27, 2017, claims to show the launching of Simorgh satellite-carrying rocket in an undisclosed location, Iran.
  • Tehran denies it has missiles designed to carry nuclear warheads.
Iran has successfully tested a rocket that can deliver satellites into orbit, state television reported on Thursday, an event likely to raise tensions with the United States because of its potential use in a ballistic missile.

Washington has said Iran is defying a UN resolution calling on it not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons. Tehran denies it has missiles designed to carry nuclear warheads.

"The Imam Khomeini Space Centre was officially opened with the successful test of the Simorgh (Phoenix) space launch vehicle," state television said. "The Simorgh can place a satellite weighing up to 250kg in an orbit of 500km."

Dubai population has increased by 459%!

  • Dubai figures third in the list of cities that grew due to tourism.
Dubai is among the top 5 cities where the city's population has grown the most due to tourism.

Dubai's population increased by 459 per cent throughout the year due to tourists, according to a research by

The World Economic Forum has found that for every 30 new tourists to a destination, one new job is created. But have you ever wondered just how many people visit the most popular cities in the world?

The research took the number of international visitors to the most popular tourist destinations and compared it with the native population of each city to reveal just how much a city's population grows throughout the year.

Topping the list is Paris - home of the Eiffel Tower - with 18million visitors a year marking a 704 per cent increase on its 2.2million natives.

Following it is Kuala Lumpur, with a population increase of 595 per cent when tourists descend.

Pakistan top court to rule on PM Nawaz Sharif on Friday!

  • JIT reportedly recommended Sharif's disqualification to the apex court earlier this month.
Pakistan Supreme Court will announce the Panama Papers verdict involving Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family on Friday, the courts registrar said on Thursday.

The five-judge bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa will announce the decision at 11.30 a.m (09.30 a.m East African time), which was reserved on July 21, Dunya news reported.

The Prime Minister's family was named in the Panama Papers, which comprised 11.5 million documents, showing how some of the world's most powerful people secreted away their money in offshore holdings.