Majeed Malik quits PML to protest Musharraf’s re-election plan

Islamabad, Sep 17: Major General (retired) Abdul Majeed Malik, a senior vice president of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (PML), has resigned to register his protest against President Pervez Musharraf’s bid to get himself re-elected for another five years.

“I am not in a position to prevent the party leadership from supporting the re-election of a president in uniform,” the Daily Times quoted him, as saying.

Major General (retired) Malik has submitted his resignation to PML President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Secretary General Mushahid Hussain.

Keep me out of the limelight: Kate Milddleton tells beau Prince William

London, Sept 17: British royal Prince William’s girlfriend Kate Middleton made her beau promise that he would keep her out of the glare of photogs before agreeing to rekindle their romance.

The couple are back in the UK after a break in the Seychelles, and a pal reveals that the brunette used the holiday to air some of her worries – including the constant media attention on her.

Versace tells Clinton how to dress to become President

New York, Sept 17: As she steps up her attempt to become the first female President of the United States, Hillary Clinton is getting some fashion tips from Donatella Versace, who is telling her to ditch the suits.
 
Donatella, the Vice-President of the Versace Group and Chief Designer of the fashion line, says that the Presidential candidates needs to lose the suits, and the thick heels when she hits the campaign trail.
 

Posh shocks with 'Ninja Turtle' look in Malibu

MTV to bring YouTube hit ‘Million Dollar Strong’ to silver screen

Washington, Sept 17:  MTV Films will be bringing YouTube phenomenon ‘Million Dollar Strong’ to the silver screen.

Starring in the MTV comedy will be Mike O'Connell and Ken Jeong, who star as the duo Million Dollar Strong in the satirical music video "What's It Gonna Be?".

The screenplay is being penned by Peter Kline, with Todd Phillips aboard to produce.

Also on the producers’ bandwagon is Management 360, with Todd Phillips Co.'s Scott Budnick on as executive producer, reports Variety.

Internet crime becoming major commercial activity

London, Sept 17: Internet crime is becoming a major commercial activity, a report by the security firm, Symantec, has revealed.

Millions of email addresses are being sold over the Internet and details of bank accounts and credit cards are being offered on underworld auction sites, the firm said.

Trade in commercial software used by criminals to launch attacks on websites is also showing a rising trend, and criminals are using trusted sites like MySpace and Facebook to launch attacks on users' computers, it added.

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