Pakistan suspends 154 lawmakerss membership
Islamabad: Pakistans Election Commission temporarily suspended the membership of 154 federal and provincial lawmakers,including Interior Minister Rehman Malik and former premier Yousuf Raza Gilanis two sons,after they failed to submit details of their assets and liabilities. The lawmakers would cease to function until they submit details of the assets and liabilities
Suffered casting couch,says Sarandon
London: Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon has revealed that as a young hopeful in Hollywood she was the victim of a disgusting casting-couch experience. The actress said the incident took place when she went to audition for a role,Elle magazine reported. I just went into a room,and a guy practically threw me on the desk… It was really disgusting, Sarandon said.
Jordan plans refugee camp for Syria
AMMAN: Jordan has said it is planning to open a second camp for Syrian refugees,whose numbers are expected to climb to 250,000 by the years end. Government spokesman for Syrian refugee affairs Anmar Hmoud said the proposed site is at Marajeeb al-Fahood,27 miles east of the capital Amman. Hmoud,however,did not say when it would open.