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Karachi -- Two newly-wed brothers, Nauman and Sufyan, who were taken into custody for letting off fireworks during their joint wedding ceremony has been released on bail after the report of Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) surfaced on Wednesday.
I have no time for it and I'm happy to stitch anybody up who has anything to do with letting off flares and smoke bombs.
Letting off a rapist after he paid compensation is very disappointing, especially coming from the top court of the country," says Irani.
She said: "Around 60 fans were ejected because they were involved in letting off smoke grenades.
I am sorry to be letting off steam in your newspaper, but just felt that the person who organised for this sign to be put up in the first place might just be a Daily Post reader like us.
CONNECTIONS of the Derby finalists helped Blue Square to spread the word still further about Saturday's big race at Wimbledon by letting off a balloon for each of the six runners at Wednesday's Derby lunch - with a mystery prize awaiting those that are returned.
Yob Welfare, 21, of Strood, Kent, and pal Daniel Brown, 25, of Rochester, admitted letting off a fire extinguisher in a petrol station store causing widespread damage.