Monday, 29 February 2016

Photo: Kendall Jenner flashes nipples at Milan fashion show...


The 20 year old model has followed in the footsteps of her model pal Gigi Hadid's latest runway look. Just few days after Gigi's embarrassing nip slip on the catwalk, Kendall showed both of hers in a sheer outfit as she walked for Bottega Veneta  in Saturday’s show at Milan Fashion Week.

Bangladeshi woman has acid thrown on her by husband after petty quarrel

Tarnia Parvin, 25, suffered severe burns to her face, arms and upper body after she had acid thrown on her by her husband following a trivial, domestic issue. She was rescued by locals who heard her agonized screams and took her to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital where she is being treated. The incident took place at 8pm local time as she was going to prayers.



The woman is one of the 3625 people having been victims of acid attacks in 3270 incidents between 1999 to 2015 in Bangladesh.

Of these, 1847 were female, 901 were male and 877 were children, according to the Acid Survivors Foundation.

Some criminals have used acid to inflict devastating pain on their victims, due to its low cost and horrific impact.

According to Bangladesh National Women Lawyer Association, in 2015 violence for dowry, and stalking had increased and incidents resulted in the killing of 1,847 women and girls while 301 others had committed suicide.

Check out siblings photo recreation 28 years after


Everyone still alive, healthy and happy!

Watch Chris Rock's opening monologue at the 2016 Oscars

His monologue at the 2016 Oscars has been described as one of the best ever! Watch...

Photos of Abba Moro, others in court today, to be remanded in Kuje prison

Justice A.I. Chikere of a Federal High Court in Abuja today ordered former Interior Minister, Abba Moro, former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Interior Anastasia M. Daniel-Nwaobia and a deputy director in the ministry F. A. Aleyebami to be remanded in Kuje prison custody till March 2nd when their formal bail application will be heard. Moro and two others are being arraigned on an 11 count charge ranging from the abuse of procurement process and diversion of public funds. More pics after the cut...




Photo credit: Sahare Reporters

Photos of Abba Moro, others in court today, to be remanded in Kuje prison

Justice A.I. Chikere of a Federal High Court in Abuja today ordered former Interior Minister, Abba Moro, former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Interior Anastasia M. Daniel-Nwaobia and a deputy director in the ministry F. A. Aleyebami to be remanded in Kuje prison custody till March 2nd when their formal bail application will be heard. Moro and two others are being arraigned on an 11 count charge ranging from the abuse of procurement process and diversion of public funds. More pics after the cut...




Photo credit: Sahare Reporters

Creative use of palm kernel (photo)


In some village in the East...

Bangladeshi man has tree-like growths removed from his hand after three hours of surgery

26-year-old Abdul Bajandar from southern Bangladesh suffers from epidermodysplasia verruciformis, a condition so rare there are only three known cases in the world. The condition is dubbed 'Tree Man' because sufferers grow bark-like warts on their appendages. He successfully underwent surgery to remove the warts that first started to appear ten years ago from one of his hands.

'I have fought for 10 years and endured the pain,' I want to live like a normal person. I just want to be able to hold my daughter properly and hug her. It would be nice to eat with my own hands as well' Mr Bajandar said before the operation
It took a team of nine doctors at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, to remove the growths from just one of his hands.
Facility director Samanta Lal Sen said:
'It was a successful operation. We removed warts from all five fingers of his right hand. He's now happy and was laughing,' 
'We'll now review his condition for the next three weeks before deciding whether to conduct more operations. It's a big challenge.'
Bajandar's condition made him a celebrity of sorts with people travelling from all over to see the 'Tree Man' and many more visiting him in hospital.

 He was given the all-clear for surgery after tests confirmed the warts were not cancerous.

 The Bangladesh government agreed to bear the costs of his treatment and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was given an update on his condition, Sen said.
Bajandar's wife Halima Khatun saw her husband after the operation and said he looked 'relaxed and happy'.
 Mr Bajandar said he initially thought that the warts were harmless but slowly as the growths covered his hands and feet, he was forced to quit working as a bicycle rickshaw puller.
More photos...

Emir of Kano shares letters he sent to AIG Kano ordering the immediate release of Ese to her parents

Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, reached out to the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, over the abduction 13 year old Ese Oruru. The Emir shared copies of letter he'd sent to the Assistant Inspector General of Police in Kano state ordering the immediate release of 13 year old Ese Oruru to the AIG in Bayelsa state who will in turn return her to her parents.  The Emir was reacting to reports that he was obstructing the release of Ese. Read some of the things the Emir said to the former Minister after the cut...
 

Samson Siasia has better coaching pedigree than Oliseh - Onigbinde

Former CAF and FIFA instructor and one time coach of the Super Eagles Chief Adegboye Onigbinde has hailed the appointment of u-23 coach Samson Siasia as the new Super Eagles interim coach, saying he is better suited to the job than Sunday Oliseh, who was temperamental and didn't have any experience for the role.
“When Oliseh was being appointed, I did not raise objection to it but I was particular about his background,” Onigbinde told completesportsnigeria.com. "And with the new people that have come on board, I believe they have better coaching pedigree than Oliseh.
And that was my objection when Oliseh was appointed, question of experience and behaviour, those were the two issues I raised. And during his tenure, he exhibited lack of all those things clearly. Siasia has been there once and I hope he would have learnt his lessons. I remember when he first came, in a meeting with the technical committee, I cautioned him on a certain step he was taking. I have no reason to hate any football coach in this country or anywhere, but we are talking about the fate of our country. And just about two weeks ago, as if I knew, I sent a message of commendation to Amuneke.” He added: "What is important is they getting there and doing what they are supposed to do. Where they feel that they have problems, if they see some people around them who could put them through, they should not hesitate because nobody is an island.”

Photos: 55 year old British Marathon runner dies metres away from finish line

A British man, Mike Freeman, believed to be 55 years of age according to local reports died in Malta while running a marathon accompanied by his wife. The man according to Metro UK, complained of chest pain few weeks ago but was given the all clear to participate in the race by his doctor. More photos after the cut...