Islamabad: Former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto’s name, changed into lacking in a professional advertisement highlighting the contribution of Pakistani women in various fields on the International Women’s Day, triggering protest by Opposition which demanded a probe into the matter. Pakistan Peoples Party’s parliamentary leader Sherry Rehman raised the problem all through consultation of the Senate, regretting that the call, image and point out of the twice-elected top minister of Pakistan changed into lacking from the official advertisement, the Dawn stated. She said Bhutto turned into an identification of Pakistan and her achievements brought her international reputation. She reported roads were being named after Benazir Bhutto in specific elements of the world at the same time as comprehensive universities had been growing chairs in her name. She sought a reputable apology over the difficulty and a change to the advertisements with the aid of the nighttime before the opposition staged a walkout from the House in protest over the problem. Senator Syed Shibli Faraz, Leader of the House inside the Senate, said the government might look into how Bhutto’s name changed into excluded from its classified ads for International Women’s Day, each day said. Faraz mentioned that Bhutto gave extraordinary leadership to women and stated the offerings of the primary woman prime minister of the Islamic international for the restoration of democracy were past any doubt.

 

He attributed the missing reference of Bhutto from the classified ads to an attitude and promised a probe to find out at which degree it was carried out. Later, the House passed a resolution commending the function of Pakistani women in state-building. The significance of women’s day ought to be realized, and the residence recommends that concrete steps need to be taken for ladies’ empowerment, stated the resolution. The House additionally had a discussion to commemorate International Women’s Day. The latter a part of the Senate’s complaints changed into chaired via Krishna Kumari Kolhi, first Hindu female senator from Thar, at some stage in which speeches were made to pay tribute to prominent Pakistani women for remarkable achievements in multiple fields regardless of all odds and demanding situations. Kolhi expressed her gratitude for being given the danger to chair the consultation. I recall myself very fortunate today to be sitting on this seat, I salute Pakistan and I salute Pakistan’s humans and I am proud to be a Pakistani and best Pakistani, she said.
San Diego: Two paragliders collided in midair above one of the most popular paraglider ports in the United States, falling about 75 ft (23 m) to their deaths before horrified witnesses, media reports said, mentioning witnesses and San Diego officers. After colliding, the two men plummeted onto the bluff above San Diego’s Black’s Beach on Saturday, “twirling, nearly like a leaf falling,” witness Ryan Bloom, 25, advised the San Diego Union-Tribune. Officials did not perceive the men, elderly sixty-one and 43. The lesser skilled pilot of the two made a difficult change into the path of the opposite, San Diego Lifeguard Lieutenant Rich Stropky told the Union-Tribune. The lines of their canopies entangled. One of them stayed airborne for a second, but both fell from about 35 ft (11 m) above the pinnacle of the bluff to forty or 45 toes under, Stropky said. “I heard a collision, a few kinds of sound, and I seemed over and visible people falling from the sky,” Madeline Henderson informed KGTV tv. “Just to witness that was terrifying.” The Torrey Pines Gliderport has long been popular withhold gliders and paragliders who take off from a grassy slope at the brink of a steep bluff that drops down to the beach. The bluff face and ocean breezes offer the best conditions for staying aloft. While expressing sorrow at “the lack of two individuals of our near-knit soaring community,” the Torrey Pines Gliderport said it a statement it turned into “amongst the sector’s safest soaring sites.” An article posted in 2015 by the World Journal of Emergency Medicine pronounced 18 paragliding deaths and 64 annoying injuries out of 242,355 paragliding jumps from August 2004 to September 2011.

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