FBR decides to probing 31 Pakistanis named in Paradise Leaks
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) began investigating 31 Pakistanis named in the Paradise Leaks on Tuesday. The FBR...
Pak behaviour towards Taliban unchanged despite Trump statement: US general
The top US general in Afghanistan said on Tuesday that he had not seen a change in Pakistan’s support...
Pak Army’s role in focus as protestors end Faizabad Dharna
When protestors of a religious party signed an agreement with the government on Monday to end a crippling blockade...
Waqar Younis has been appointed as head coach of the national team
According to chairman PCB Najam Seth, former captain and fast bowler Waqar Younis has been offered a two-year contract by the Pakistan Cricket Board for the position of head coach of the national team. He has also confirmed that Younis has accepted the offer, while talking to local news he said... Read more
PTI Chief demands suo moto on election rigging
PTI Chief Imran Khan on Friday, urged Chief Justice of Pakistan  to take action  against those who were involved in rigging in general election held last year.Mr. Khan pointed out specific nature of rigging in several constituencies including NA-118. While addressing to a press conference he said, “We urged... Read more
COAS Chaired Corps Commanders meeting
Chief of Army Staff Gen. Raheel Sharif,chaired Corps Commander meeting on Friday According to Military Sources the meeting  held at GHQ Rawalpindi to discuss anti-terrorism efforts in tribal areas and general security situation in the country especially in Karachi. The army’s top brass will also discuss security environment along the... Read more
Altaf Hussain warns of  “The Wrath of God”
Warning the law enforcement agencies of ‘Wrath of God’, Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) London-based leader Altaf Hussain Thursday condemned the alleged illegal killing of four party workers, whose bodies were found in Memon Goth on Wednesday night, Samaa reported. “The ‘death squads’, targeting innocent MQM workers, are only trying... Read more
Heroin involved in Peaches Geldof death
Heroin use is likely to have played a role in the death of Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Live Aid founder Bob Geldof, an inquest in Britain heard on Thursday. The 25-year-old model and journalist, who had two young children, was found dead at her home on April 7.... Read more
Taekwondo squad off to Nepal
An eight-member Pakistan squad left for Kathmandu on Thursday to participate in the second Mount Everest International Taekwondo Championship to be held in Nepal’s capital from May 3 to 5. Ilyas Afridi, the head of the delegation and former international taekwondo player, said the national squad comprised three players... Read more
Filling vacuum: Telenor to bring online payment gateway this year
In a move that will benefit the country’s e-commerce, Telenor Pakistan is developing an online payment solution for the domestic market, which it expects to launch sometime this year. “We are working on an online payment gateway, which will be based on our Easypaisa brand,” Telenor Pakistan Chief Marketing... Read more
Egyptians may have used water to move pyramid stones
A new study suggests that Egyptians may have used water to help move the massive stones to build the pyramids. Throughout history, people have tried to figure out how all those giants blocks of stone were moved across the desert and stacked up high. Physicists from the University of... Read more
Scientists trying to understand North American starfish deaths
Scientists are struggling to find the cause of a disease that is killing off numerous species of starfish on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of North America, dispatching the five-armed creatures in a particularly gruesome way. Researchers said on Thursday they have ruled out some possible culprits including... Read more
The Amazing Spider-Man released in Pakistan
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has been released in Pakistan . ARY Digital and HBO Pakistan are media partner of the film. The film is the sequel to the 2012 box office hit The Amazing Spider-Man. The movie cast includes Andrew Garfield as  Peter Parker, an orphaned teenage boy who... Read more
Hrithik and Sussanne officially file for divorce
Bollywood star-actor Hrithik Roshan and his wife Sussane officially filed for divorce on  after announcing their split in December 2013. Both were present at the Bandra-family court in Mumbai and the divorce was filed with mutual consent of the two parties. No allegations were leveled against each other. The... Read more
CNS Golf Championship to start from today
Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Golf Championship will start from May 2 at Margalla Greens Golf Club, Islamabad. The opening ceremony of CNS Golf championship was held on Thursday at Margalla Greens Golf Club. Rear Admiral of Pakistan Navy Moazzam Ilyas was the chief guest. In the tournament... Read more
Pakistan, Turkey to form ‘working group’ in power sector
Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to form a technical working group in the energy sector to chalk out ways for working together. Secretary Water and Power Saifullah Chatta, who is currently in Ankara as the head of a three-member delegation, on Thursday met Secretary of the Turkish Ministry of... Read more
Rs29bn shortfall in FBR’s revenue collection
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) witnessed a shortfall of Rs29 billion in April 2014 as an amount of Rs167bn was collected against a target of Rs196.4bn. It was the highest-ever decline in a single month of the current fiscal year, which could be a major setback to PML-N... Read more