Pope Francis takes a rickshaw ride in Bangladesh
Pope Francis at the Apostolic Nunciature enjoyed a rickshaw ride during a visit to St Mary´s Cathedral in Dhaka,...
Amazon brings Alexa from home to office in a new AI push
Amazon announced Thursday it is bringing its Alexa digital assistant to the workplace, expanding artificial intelligence (AI) efforts that...
Nine martyred, 30 injured in Peshawar attack
Eleven people were martyred and around 30 injured in a terrorists attack at the Directorate of Agriculture, Peshawar early...
Indian Navel officer killed, others Sickened in Gas leak accident
An Indian navy officer died and some other workers have been sickened Friday by a gas leak in a ship being built in the Mumbai dockyard. Mazagon Dock Limited said in a statement that the ill workers were hospitalized. It said a malfunction in the carbon dioxide unit led... Read more
Army high command decides that air strikes may continue
According to military  sources a meeting of the corps commanders, chaired by Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif, on Friday decided that air strikes on militant hideouts would continue in the event of future attacks on military installations. The meeting also focused on the challenges to the country’s... Read more
Musharraf’s Petitions Against Formation of Special Sourt Rejected
Former president Pervez Musharraf, currently being tried for treason charges had filed  petitions challenging the legitimacy of the court, its authority to try him as well as the appointment of judges. The three-member bench headed by Justice Faisal Arab rejected all objections filed by the former military ruler on... Read more
Bombings, clashes in Iraq kill at least 42
Bombings targeting shoppers across central Iraq and clashes near the militant-held city of Fallujah killed at least 42 people Thursday, authorities said. No one claimed responsibility for the string of bombings that began Thursday afternoon, mostly from parked car bombs and one explosive planted in an outdoor market. However,... Read more
Qaim Ali Shah Announced Food Package for Tharparkar District of Rs 100 millions
At least 193 children have died in Thar over the past three months. After a lot of media criticism the Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah took some initiatives and announced food package for Tharparkar district of Rs 100 millions.  The CM promised that the affected people will be... Read more
Venezuela Protests: Two Dead in Barricades Clash
A National Guardsman and a civilian have been killed in Caracas after a group of men on motorcycles rode into a neighbourhood to remove a street barricade erected by anti-government protesters.  The clash that erupted on Thursday in the mixed industrial and residential district of Los Ruices heightened tensions... Read more
Egypt Envoy ‘Will Not Return’ to Qatar amid Gulf quarrel
Egypt has welcomed the decision of three Gulf states to withdraw their envoys to Qatar and said its own ambassador “will not return” to the Gulf emirate. The unprecedented decision this week by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates was seen as closely linked to Qatar’s support... Read more
Chelsea-Tottenham Betting Preview: Spurs can cause problems for Mourniho’s men at the Bridge
Tim Sherwood’s men have not tasted victory in west London in over two decades, but Al Hain-Cole expects them to put up a strong fight against the Blues on Saturday Tottenham will be hoping to secure a first away win over Chelsea in 24 years when they visit Stamford... Read more
Denesh Ramdin sets new century record for West Indies
Denesh Ramdin has become the first West Indian wicket-keeper batsman to score a century for his country in the One Day International (ODI) at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Ramdin played 128 runs innings against England on March  5 (Wednesday). The wicket-keeper has one century and three half-centuries in his... Read more
Jack Wilshere injury: Arsenal angry over Daniel Agger challenge that has put midfielder’s World Cup chances in doubt
Wilshere suffered the injury in the 12th minute of England’s 1-0 victory over Denmark, when the two went in for a 50/50 challenge in which Wilshere clearly came off second best. However, after initially going down and screaming out in agony, Wilshere informed England head physio Gary Lewin, formerly... Read more
Misbah not worried about injury setbacks ahead of final
Injury setbacks are threatening to hamper defending champion Pakistan`s chances but skipper Misbah-ul Haq on Saturday said his team`s morale is so high that last-minute changes would not make much of a difference to it in the Asia Cup summit clash against Sri Lanka here tomorrow. In-form senior all-rounder... Read more
Russia says there will be no war with Ukraine
Russia’s assembly speaker denounces conflict between “two brotherly nations,” says Crimean parliament has right to referendum, to be held March 16. There will be no war between Russia and Ukraine, the speaker of Russia’s upper house of parliament said on Friday. “It’s complete nonsense, it absolutely does not reflect... Read more
Naval raid on Gaza-bound arms ship blocks smuggling route, says senior officer
A senior Israeli Military Intelligence official said on Thursday that Wednesday’s seizure in the Red Sea of a ship carrying rockets will end smuggling attempts using this route for some time to come. At a press briefing the officer, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the weapons shipment... Read more
NATO confirms five Afghan soldiers killed accidentally
The NATO coalition confirmed that five Afghan soldiers were killed accidently in eastern Afghanistan today, in an incident that the government officials said was a mistaken US drone strike on a local army base. “We can confirm that at least five Afghan National Army personnel were accidentally killed this... Read more