Senators for Judicial, Parliamentary probe into Faizabad sit in
The Senators from both sides of aisle on Thursday demanded setting up a Judicial or Parliamentary Commission to probe...
Delta orders 100 Airbus planes in blow to Boeing
Delta Air Lines announced Thursday it has ordered 100 Airbus planes with an option to buy 100 more, in...
Hamas chief calls for fresh protests against Trump Jerusalem move
The head of Palestinian movement Hamas called Thursday for fresh protests across the world against US President Donald Trump’s...
Microsoft succumbs to ipad pressure
Microsoft has finally released an iPad version of its popular Office software suite, a breakthrough launching a new era under a CEO who has made it clear he intends  to focus more on the devices that people are using instead of trying to protect the company’s lucrative Windows franchise. The unveiling of... Read more
Taliban attack US aid group in Kabul
The Afghan Taliban attacked an American charity and a nearby day care centre today, sending foreigners including women and children fleeing while Afghan security forces battled the gunmen. An Afghan girl, a driver and all five attackers were killed. The assault is the latest aimed at foreigners in the Afghan... Read more
Purani Jeans’ trailer logs 1 million hits on YouTube
Starring Tanuj Virwani, Aditya Seal and Izabelle Leite, ‘Purani Jeans’ revolves around the rekindling of old bonds between a young boy and his hometown folks.Speaking about this achievement, director Tanushri Chattrji Bassu said, “I am thankful to all the viewers who have liked the trailer of my debut film... Read more
Schwarzenegger defends movie violence
Hollywood action star Arnold Schwarzenegger has defended the level of violence in his new movie “Sabotage”, saying that video games are worse.In the movie, the former politician plays a boss within the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), whose members meet spectacularly unpleasant ends after they rob a drug cartel... Read more
Germany and China strengthen economic ties
Economic giants Germany and China pledged to deepen their strategic during a landmark visit to Berlin by Chinese President Xi Jinping,Germany’sauto giant Daimler announcing a production deal with its Chinese partner worth one billion euros ($1.4 billion).The partnership with Beijing Automotive Industry Corporation (BAIC Group) plans to expand production... Read more
Miami Masters rocked by semi-final farce
The Miami Masters, one of tennis’s most prestigious events, turned into a farce when both men’s semi-finals ended in walkovers on Friday sending world number one Rafa Nadal and number two Novak Djokovic through to the final without hitting a ball. Three-time champion Djokovic was  gifted a spot in Sunday’s final... Read more
11 Killed in Funeral Attack in Central African Republic
Eleven people were killed in Bangui on Friday, the capital of the Central African Republic, when a grenade exploded at a funeral, said the Red Cross. The United Nations Children’s Fund said that three of the dead were children. Thousands of people have been killed in communal violence since... Read more
Local media reports bring solidarity among Malaysians
Local media reports, on the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 have succeeded in uniting the Malaysian people.Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek said “I find that the media, whether the Malay or Chinese press, have brought a form of solidarity among the Malaysian... Read more
Blast in Quetta

Blast in Quetta

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Fourteen people, including FC personnel, women and children, were injured in a blast on Saturday when a FC vehicle came under attack at Sariab Road in Quetta.  The explosive was planted in a rickshaw. Rescue teams reached the scene soon after the blast and shifted injured people to a nearby... Read more
N. Korea warns of ‘catastrophic’ phase in relations with the South
North Korea has said its relations with South Korea had been driven into a “catastrophic” phase again, warning the South’s scattering of anti-Pyongyang leaflets could spark major  war. The statement on Saturday came hours after Pyongyang’s foreign ministry said the North would bolster its “war deterrent”, accusing the US... Read more
Former Norwegian PM Stoltenberg to lead Nato
Former Norwegian prime minister Jens Stoltenberg has been reportedly chosen by NATO as its next secretary general.Stoltenberg, 55, will take on the mantle of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation secretary general from 1 October. The move comes in the wake of growing animosity between US and Russia over Russia’s annexation... Read more
Opposition Parties decry blasphemy case verdict
Two main opposition parties in the National Assembly protested on Friday against a death sentence passed on Thursday by a Lahore court against a Christian man. Shazia Marri of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Shirin Mazari of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) complained of persecution of minority communities in the country,... Read more
Turkey criticised for blocking social media outlets by human rights experts
A group of independent United Nations human rights experts expressed deep concern  over the Turkish government’s crackdown on media sharing outlets YouTube and Twitter.The experts said in a statement that “the right to freedom of opinion and expression is a central pillar of modern democratic societies”.”Blocking access to YouTube... Read more
Donkey Beef!!!
The local administration busted a gang  in Karachi that was  found involved in slaughtering donkeys and selling their meat as beef. The raiding team of tehsil municipal administration also recovered hundreds of kilograms of donkey meat and remains from a house being used by the gang for running the horrid  business. According... Read more