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His bizarre stunt,aimed to convince people in his locality that he understands their suffering was also a scathing attack on the present government and Opposition party The Indian Express reported Photographs of the Independent candidate wearing a salwar kameez and sitting in a pool of water having tea and taking a nap went viral He also went Live on hisFacebookpage where he was seen even drinking the water Healso took a national flag and was seen lying on the road asking his supporters to take photos as he smiled flaunting a victory sign the report added His campaign comes at a time when Karachi is facing is facing a severe water crisis But Motiwala was not the only candidate to trend on Twitter The micro-blogging website was flooded with images of Pakistan Peoples Party leader Sharjeel Memon’s face plastered on brand-new Toyota Corollas on Friday Dawn reported It all started with a tweet from Momina Basit who leads PTI’s Hazara women’s wing on Wednesday She alleged that the 250 new Toyota Corollas being used for Memon’s election campaign had been bought with Sindh’s health and education budgets Watch the full video of Motiwala’s campaign here: Seoul: The two Koreas will field a combined women’s ice hockey team and march together under one flag at next month’s Winter Olympics in the South Seoul said on Wednesday after a new round of talks amid a thaw in cross-border ties Korea flag-bearer’s Bora Lee and Jong-In Lee carrying a unification flag lead their teams into the stadium during the 2006 Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Turin Italy AP North and South Korea have been talking since last week – for the first time in more than two years – about the Olympics offering a respite from a months-long standoff over Pyeongchang’s nuclear and missile programmes although Japan urged caution over the North’s “charm offensive” The two Koreas will compete as a unified team in the Olympics for the first time though they have joined forces at other international sports events before North Korea will send a delegation of more than 400 including 230 cheerleaders 140 artists and 30 Taekwondo players for a demonstration a joint press statement released by Seoul’s Unification Ministry said adding the precise number of athletes will be hammered out after discussions with the IOC scheduled for later this week Prior to the Games the sides will carry out joint training for skiers at the North’s Masik Pass resort and a cultural event at the Mount Kumgang resort for which Seoul officials plan to visit the sites next week “Under the circumstances where inter-Korean (relations) are extremely strained in fact just some 20 days ago we weren’t expecting North Korea would participate in the Olympics” said Chun Hae-sung the South’s chief negotiator and vice unification minister “It would have a significant meaning if the South and North show reconciliation and unity for example through a joint march” The North Korean delegation will begin arriving in South Korea on 25 January according to the joint statement The North will separately send a 150-strong delegation to the Paralympics Chun said ‘It’s not the time’ Twenty nations meeting in the Canadian city of Vancouver agreed on Tuesday to consider tougher sanctions to press North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons and U=S Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned the North it could trigger a military response if it did not choose dialogue Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said the world should not be naive about North Korea’s “charm offensive” over the Olympics “It is not the time to ease pressure or to reward North Korea” Kono said “The fact that North Korea is engaging in dialogue could be interpreted as proof that the sanctions are working” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has refused to give up development of nuclear missiles capable of hitting the United States in spite of increasingly severe UN sanctions raising fears of a new war on the Korean peninsula The North has fired test-fired missiles over Japan Earlier on Wednesday state media warned the US of “meddling” in inter-Korean issues at a time when it had to “mind its own destiny rushing headlong into self-destruction” “The US is miscalculating” the North’s Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary “Although the US makes desperate efforts to disturb peace while wielding a nuclear stick it can not provoke us as long as we have the strong nuclear deterrent” Icy reception Seoul has proposed a joint ice hockey team which triggered an angry response from athletes in the South suddenly being told they may have to play alongside total strangers “I don’t know if it will happen but a joint team will be a good opportunity for ice hockey to shed its sorrow as a less-preferred sport as many Koreans will take interest” South Korean President Moon Jae-in told players during a visit to a training centre The number of petitions to the presidential Blue House’s website opposing a unified team shot up to more than 100 this week with the most popular one garnering more than 17000 votes “This isn’t the same as gluing a broken plate together” said one of the signers The prospect of a combined team had long been unsettling for the South Korean players As in most other winter sports the South is much stronger than the North “Our players were really nervous” Sarah Murray South Korean women’s hockey head coach told Reuters last month during the team’s training swing through the United States “We can only take 23 players to the Olympics and they thought these North Koreans are going to come in and take our spots” Murray said Chun the South’s lead delegate said the decision on a united ice hockey team is not yet finalised as it requires the consent of the IOC and related international body “We’re well aware of the people’s concerns and interests about this” he told a news conference “But I would like you to see the other side that it could make a positive contribution to peace of the Korean Peninsula and improving inter-Korean relations” On Tuesday the North said a 140-person orchestra would perform in South Korea during the Games Pyeongchang is also planning to send a large delegation in addition to the athletes and orchestra Paik Hak-soon the director of the Centre for North Korean studies at Sejong Institute in South Korea said North Korea was using the cheering squad to draw attention to its apparent cooperative spirit “Seeing good results in competitions thanks to the cheering squad would enable the North Koreans to say they contributed to a successful Olympics and the South Korean government would likely agree” said Paik “In the end they are using this old tactic to get to Washington through Seoul” Reclusive North Korea and the rich democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce not a peace treaty The North regularly threatens to destroy the South Japan and their major ally the United States China which did not attend the Vancouver meeting said on 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