Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in fourth ODI
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the fourth day-night international in Sharjah on Friday, taking a 4-0...
G7, tech giants agree on plan to block extremist content online
G7 countries and tech giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter on Friday agreed to work together to block the...
Nadeem Afzal Chan resigns from post f PPP Punjab secretary
Pakistan Peoples Party Punjab Secretary General Nadeem Afzal Chan resigned from his post on Friday. According to sources, PPP...
Seoul Regrets Pyongyang’s Refusal for reunion talks
Seoul expressed regrets Thursday after Pyongyang refused its request to hold a working-level meeting to prepare for regular reunions of families separated by the Korean War (1950-53). After the latest round of family meetings last month, the first one in more than three years, the South proposed Red Cross... Read more
EU freezes assets on ousted Ukraine leader  Viktor Yanukovich, 17 others
Ahead of the crucial emergency talks, the European Union has imposed sanctions on 18 top Ukrainian officials of previous regime, including the ousted President Viktor Yanukovich. The decision to freeze the assets of the Ukrainian officials was taken by the EU diplomats on Wednesday, but it came into effect... Read more
Australian parents haunted by Egyptian court scene
The parents of jailed Australian journalist Greste say they are haunted and depressed by images of him caged in an Egyptian court.Greste is one of three Al-Jazeera English journalists who appeared in a Cairo court on Wednesday along with 17 other defendants on charges of joining and aiding a... Read more
Hamid Karzai’s Brother Quits Afghan Poll Race
The brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai has dropped out of the forthcoming election race to endorse fellow candidate Zalmai Rassoul.  Qayum Karzai told a press conference in Kabul that his team was “a key part of this new alliance”.President Karzai, who cannot run for office again, has said... Read more
Venezuela breaks relations with Panama over demo talks
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Wednesday, March 5, his government was breaking diplomatic relations with Panama after the country called a meeting of North and Latin American nations over protests in Caracas. Writing on Twitter, Panama President Ricardo Martinelli said that the move was “surprising,” adding: “Panama only longs... Read more
Blue on Green Attack! NATO air strike kills five Afghan soldiers
A NATO air strike in eastern Afghanistan accidentally killed five Afghan soldiers on Thursday, officials said, the latest incident likely to worsen already fraught relations between Kabul and the US-led coalition. NATO offered its condolences over the deaths and vowed action to avoid further mistakes. Read more
Venezuela remembers late leader Chavez
Tens of thousands of supporters of the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez took to the streets on Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary of his death. Chavistas dressed in red gathered for rallies in Caracas and elsewhere to honor the socialist leader, whose 14-year rule won him the adoration... Read more
Yet another Blast in Hangu!
A remote-controlled blast in Hangu injured three people including two females .The blast took place near Political Agent Kurram’s office in the Tal area of Hangu. Political Agent Riaz Mehsud and two other female officials were injured in the explosion. Previously on March 5, six soldiers were killed and... Read more
Apologies accepted
On Thursday, the father  Umar Akmal of the cricketer met with D.I.G Investigation and CTO in lahore and informed that Umar could not appear before them as he is  out of country for Asia Cup. His father made an unconditional apology to the traffic warden over improper behavior of... Read more
Kejriwal urges AAP Supporters to ‘Remain non-violent’
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday apologized for his party supporters’ behavior in Delhi and Lucknow while protesting his “detention” and urged them to stick to non-violence. “It was going to happen,some of them retaliated after they were attacked. I apologize for their behavior and I once again urge... Read more
Iran Denies Israel Claims of Supplying Rockets for Gaza
Iran rejected on Thursday Israeli allegations that Tehran supplied rockets intended for Palestinian guerrillas in the Gaza Strip.  “This allegation is not true and in principle the message or movement of a ship carrying weapons from Iran to Gaza is not true,” Amir Abdollahian, Deputy Foreign Ministry for Arab... Read more
Oscar Pistorius trial: Athlete asked friend to ‘take the blame’ after firing gun in restaurant
Oscar Pistorius asked a friend to take the blame for him after he accidentally fired a gun at the floor of a restaurant, his murder trial heard today. Kevin Lerena told the North Gauteng High Court how he had joined Pistorius at a Johannesburg restaurant, along with British Olympic... Read more
Rangers conduct raids in various areas of Karachi
On Thursday morning, Approximately 800 Ranger’s personnel conducted  targeted raids at different locations in Karachi. According to sources, during the raids Rangers arrested 25  suspects and seized a vehicle, 14 pistols, three Klashnikovs, three guns, 30 magazines and 15,000 cartridges. Read more
Chief of Taliban’s Negotiating Team, Maulana Samiul Haq is Expecting Positive  Results
 Maulana Samiul Haq is hopeful  that the Govt-Taliban dialogue process would be result oriented. After a breakfast meeting with the PM while talking to media he said “The meeting went well and we are satisfied as everyone is commited to solve the problems through consultations and dialogue. Maulana Samiul... Read more