Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Proof : 6.5 E'quack Struck Pakistan..Plane crash in Punjab...Obama US President for 1.5 years...

Dear Friends...

As warned in my previous posts reg. Air crashes (Oct. 27, 2008) & Global E' Quacks (Oct. 21, 2008), these comes true today...

1. Two consecutive E' Quacks one 6.5 (6.4 , 6.4 USGS) on Richter Scale struck Western Pakistan killed 170 People, 375 Injured. Dt. 29/10/2008

MAP 6.4 2008/10/29 11:32:43 30.546 67.447 10.0 PAKISTAN
MAP 6.4 2008/10/28 23:09:58 30.653 67.323 15.0 PAKISTAN

Pakistan earthquake kills at least 150 (Int. Herald Tribune)

ISLAMABAD: A powerful earthquake jolted parts of southwestern Pakistan early Wednesday, leaving at least 150 people dead and hundreds more injured, officials said. The death toll was expected to rise.

The 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck Quetta, the provincial capital of Baluchistan, and several districts of the province between 4:30 a.m. and 5:10 a.m Wednesday, causing widespread destruction, the state-run news agency reported.

2. A govt. airplane (belongs to Punjab Govt. ) crashes in North India. 2 Pilots Killed. Dt. 29/10/2008

Punjab govt plane crashes; 2 pilots killed
Ramesh Vinayak (India-Today) Chandigarh, October 29, 2008

An eight-seater aircraft owned by the Punjab government crashed near Ludhiana on Wednesday noon, killing both the pilots on board.

The crash took place at Jugiana, about 12 km from Ludhiana when the aircraft was trying to land at the Sahnewal airport on a routine flight, according to the preliminary eyewitness account by local villagers.

Capt Manjit Singh Khokhar and Capt Dalip Kataria, both experienced pilots, were killed as the plane suddenly lost height and caught fire soon after ploughing into a thick growth of trees on the premises of an abandoned factory at Jugiana village, barely 4 km short of the airport where the plane was to land.

3. Barack Obama wins the next US Presidential elections , but he will be on the Presidential Post for less then 2 years period. (about 1.5 years) Dt. 29/10/2008

With Regards,


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