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Starting with todays latest issues from all around the globe, we bring you some tragic news from Japan as US drops the first ever nuclear bomb on Heroshima, on 08:15 Japanese time. President Truman stated that the device is about 2000 times more powerful than the largest bomb used to date. The planes crew stated that they saw a huge cloud of smoke rising and fires springing up. Hiroshima is one of the chief supply depots for the Japanese army. An accurate assessment of the damage caused has so far been impossible. (
At the same time, Subcontinents largest Muslim Party demands creation of a new state. Today, at All India Muslim League Conference at Bombay, the partys President Muhammad Ali Jinnah demands permanent constitutional settlement. He said that there is no benefit of talking over interim settlements anymore. If Indias independence is to be decided, so has to be Pakistans creation.

And now Sohail Khan with the entertainment report. Thank you Ramsha Bukhari and now let us take a look at (entertainment report)

TONIGHT'S BIG NIGHT! MUSIC FETE ALL SET - 90,000 Expected at Peace Jubilee: Chicago's first big public celebration since the war ended, the 16th annual Chicago Music Festival, will be held tonight, appropriately enough, in Soldiers' Field. A capacity crowd of 90,000 persons is expected to attend. (Chicago Tribune) Singing Messages Allowed Again: Those cheery-voiced Western Union telegraph messengers and their feminine counterparts, the dulcet-toned telephone girls, bearing capsule rhymed greetings for birthdays and sundry anniversaries, may again come out of hiding. Washington lifted the ban on such messages, resurrecting another American institution of pre-war days. (NY Times) Thats all for entertainment, back to you Ramsha. (Cue for anchor 1)

And now for the sports segment, with Ali Khan Thank you Ramsha Bukhari, much has taken place... (In sports) Back to you, Ramsha. Our last story is about world peace attempts through San Francisco Conference. The United Nations Conference on International Organization was a convention of delegates from 50 Allied nations that took place from 25 April to 26 June in San Francisco, United States. At this convention, the delegates reviewed and rewrote the Dumbarton Oaks agreements. The leading roles were taken by the foreign ministers of the so-called Big Four nations: U.S, Great Britain, U.S.S.R., and China. The convention resulted in the creation of the United Nations Charter. According to its Charter the main aim of UN is to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war,to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained, and to promote social progress.
The proclamation of Indonesian independace was read on Friday.