Biden Urges U.S. to Reject Trump Lies on Anniversary of Capitol Attack

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden will urge Americans to reject lies and live by the “light of truth” in remarks on Thursday to commemorate the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump.

Biden, a Democrat, defeated Republican Trump in the 2020 election, but the former president has falsely claimed the vote was marred by fraud, and his speech two weeks before Biden’s inauguration urging supporters to fight fueled a deadly riot at the Capitol, a symbol of U.S. democracy.

Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are slated to speak at the Capitol on Thursday and the White House said Biden would assign “singular responsibility”

Four people died on the day of the riot, and one Capitol police officer died the day after.

“And so at this moment we must decide what kind of nation we are going to be. Are we going to be a nation that accepts political violence as a norm? Are we going to be a nation where we allow partisan election officials to overturn the legally expressed will of the people?” Biden will say, according to excerpts of his remarks released by the White House.

“Are we going to be a nation that lives not by the light of the truth but in the shadow of lies? We cannot allow ourselves to be that kind of nation. The way forward is to recognize the truth and to live by it,” he will say.

Biden and his advisers have shied away from talking directly about Trump during the Democrat’s first year in office, preferring to move forward with their own agenda.

But the former president has continued to spread falsehoods about his loss and may decide to run for president again in the 2024 election.


CPO Rawalpindi organized an open court at PS Taxila.

Taxila: CPO Rawalpindi Sajid Kayani has organized an open court at PS Taxila with the participation of a large number of citizens including SP Pothohar, SDPO Taxila and Circle SHOs.

CPO Rawalpindi listened to the problems of the citizens and issued orders on the spot for their solution.

The purpose of open court is to hear your problems at your doorstep,
So that problems can be identified and steps can be taken to solve them, said CPO Rawalpindi Sajid Kayani.

According to details, City Police Officer Rawalpindi Sajid Kayani held an open meeting at PS Taxila.

A large number of citizens including SP Pothohar Rana Abdul Wahab, SDPO Taxila Waqas Khan and SHOs of Circle participated in the open meeting.

CPO Rawalpindi listened to the problems of the citizens and issued orders on the spot for their solution.

The CPO directed the officers to take legal action on the petitions of the citizens and submit the report within the given time frame.

The CPO Rawalpindi said that the purpose of open court is to hear your problems at your doorstep, so that problems can be identified and steps can be taken to solve them.

SAJID KIYANI (CPO Rawalpindi )

At the police station level will ensure the solution of the problems of the citizens.

Failure in service delivery will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

Open court proceedings will continue in the future, service delivery, merit and supremacy of law will be ensured in all cases.

WhatsApp to start showing profile photo of the contact alongside the name in notifications when a message arrives

WhatsApp is working to show the photos in message notifications so that the user can see next to the message the profile image that that contact has, something that until now is not possible to view on iOS or Android.

Initially, this feature will be available only to testers of iOS Beta, as long as they are users of iOS 15 and have updated the WhatsApp version has launched in its platform the first modification of this year 2022 and it is a visual feature.

WhatsApp, the instant messaging application has been testing in its beta version for iOS mobiles, that the profile photo of a user appears in the notification bar when you receive a message. WhatsApp is gradually pushing the feature to more and more users.

The feature was spotted by website WABetainfo, and according to them, the feature is currently available for some WhatsApp beta testers on iOS.Image courtesy: WABetaInfo

Some issues are to be expected with functionality, given that the feature is currently in public beta and does not represent the finished product. WhatsApp on Android has been able to display profile pictures with system notifications for years now, and now it seems the feature is making its way to iOS too finally.

WABetaInfo also notes that the new feature might not be immediately available to all beta testers, as the roll-out seems to be of the gradual type. Adding the photo to the notification pop-up is only logical; many other similar apps have this feature and it will give users a visual cue to who’s messaging them, without the need to read the contact’s name.


As the new feature makes use of APIs included as part of iOS 15, profile pictures in notifications are only available to beta testers who are running iOS 15.

Another feature coming is a new section called “Businesses Nearby.” This feature will allow you to search for nearby businesses such as restaurants, grocery stores, clothing shops, and more.

WhatsApp introduced a lot of new features and made several improvements last year, including introducing a view once feature for photos similar to Snapchat.

Widow rapist arrested, Timely action of PS Wahcantt.

Ps Wahcantt Prompt Action, Accused of raping widow arrested in few hours.

Accused Ismail raped me by tricking me into marriage, plaintiff

PS Wahcantt immediately registered a case at the request of the victim and arrested the accused.

Incidents of abuse, violence, and harassment of women and children are intolerable, says CPO Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi Police is ensuring a zero-tolerance policy regarding the abuse of women and children. CPO Rawalpindi Sajid Kayani

Pakistan urges world to help end India’s blatant oppression in Kashmir

UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan urged the international community on Thursday to persuade India to immediately end its blatant oppression of the Kashmiri people, reverse all unilateral and illegal measures instituted since August 5, 2019, and halt the genocidal settler project in the occupied territory.

In a message on the Right to Self-Determination Day, Pakistan’s UN Ambassador Munir Akram also urged international human rights and humanitarian organizations to “take cognizance of India’s crimes in Kashmir.”

On Jan 5, 1949, the United Nations Commission for India & Pakistan (UNCIP) adopted a historic resolution calling for a free and impartial plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir under the auspices of the United Nations. The resolution is an emblem of the UN’s commitment to the longstanding struggle of the Kashmiri people to realize their right to self-determination.

Pakistanis and Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world observe Jan 5 as the Right to Self-Determination Day to remind the United Nations of the need to implement its own resolutions on this dispute.

“The United Nations, especially the Security Council, has an abiding responsibility to deliver on the promise it made to the people of Jammu and Kashmir 73 years ago,” Ambassador Akram said in his statement issued in New York.

“At the same time, the international community must ensure that massive human rights violations and crimes committed by India do not go unpunished. The perpetrators must be held accountable,” he added.

Ambassador Akram pointed out that India’s extremist Hindutva regime had deployed almost 900,000 troops in the occupied Kashmir who were “responsible for unleashing a brutal reign of terror through curfews and communications blackouts; incarceration of Kashmiri political leaders and illegal detention of thousands of Kashmiri youth.”

The occupation troops, he said, had also committed extra-judicial killings; violent suppression of peaceful Kashmiri protests, including by using pellet guns that have blinded even young children; and the demolition of entire neighborhoods and villages as a form of collective punishment.

Ambassador Akram alerted UN member states of their duty to stop India’s Hindutva leaders from implementing the so-called ‘final solution’ in Kashmir. Under this policy, India was trying to “permanently alter the demography of the internationally recognized disputed State,” he added.

Since August 5, 2019, India has issued millions of fake domiciles with the aim of eventually transforming the Muslim majority State into a Hindu majority territory. These actions constitute a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law including the Genocide Convention.