Individual who offered Rs. 10 billion lives in Lahore, Imran hints
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has revealed that the person who offered him Rs. 10 billion to withdraw from...
Prices of petroleum products to remain unchanged for May 2017: Dar
The prices of petroleum products for the month May 2017 will remain unchanged. Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar while...
Swiss climber Ueli Steck dies after fall, preparing for Mount Everest ascent
An experienced Swiss climber died on Sunday after he fell in the Everest region of Nepal during preparations to...
7 cargo assistants still missing after Karachi airport attack
At least twenty-one people were killed as Pakistan’s military fought an all-night battle Mondaywith Taliban gunmen who besieged Karachi airport armed with rocket launchers and suicide vests, leaving a nascent peace process in tatters. Seven cargo workers are still missing after the attack. Four of them are believed to be... Read more
England all time cricket great Kevin Pietersen removed from English team
Kevin Pietersen insisted Monday he d felt a sense of “relief” to be out of the England dressing room after his controversial exit from the side. However, England s all-time leading run-scorer across all formats said he had good relations with his old team-mates and said he believed the reason why... Read more
Sourev Ganguly to assist panel in IPL match fixing scandal
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly will help in an ongoing probe into allegations of spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League. Justice Mukul Mudgal, who is heading the probe ordered by the Indian Supreme Court, told the Press Trust of India yesterday that Ganguly had confirmed that he was “coming... Read more
U.S. radio star Casey Kasem still remains in critical condition
Casey Kasem, host of the American Top 40 countdown for four decades, remained in critical condition at a Washington state hospital on Sunday and was being treated for an infected bedsore, a hospital spokesman said. Kasem, who was also the voice of Shaggy in the Scooby-Doo cartoons and one... Read more
US actor Tracy Morgan critically injured in car crash
US actor Tracy Morgan, known for his Emmy-nominated turn on television comedy 30 Rock, was critically injured  in a six-car crash in New Jersey that killed one of his friends. The incident occurred as the 45-year-old Morgan, a former star of Saturday Night Live, was heading home from a... Read more
E3 2014: Xbox One, PlayStation 4 battle it out for leadership of the video game industry
Here’s news for those who hate fasting. Starving for just eight days a year can bolster your immune system like never before. Fasting encourages body to replace old and damaged cells – especially if the immune system has been damaged by aging or cancer treatment, researchers said.  “When you... Read more
Rebuild your immune system: fast 8 days an year
Here’s news for those who hate fasting. Starving for just eight days a year can bolster your immune system like never before. Fasting encourages body to replace old and damaged cells – especially if the immune system has been damaged by aging or cancer treatment, researchers said. “When you... Read more
Police rescue child from the clutches of a child rapist/killer
Police in Muzaffargarh district recovered a three-year-old girl from a Muradabad colony house they raided yesterday and arrested her 22-year-old abductor on charges of kidnapping and attempted rape. The girl was kidnapped along with her 12-year-old aunt from a house in the same colony. The 12 year old was... Read more
India denies hand in Karachi attack
Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr. TCA Raghavan has condemned terrorist attack on Karachi airport and rejected allegations of Indian involvement. We condemn the terrorist attack in strongest terms. Such allegations are baseless and there is no truth in these accusations,” the Indian envoy said while speaking to reporters... Read more
Egypt govt quits as Sisi set on making cabinet changes
Egypt´s military-installed government was due to resign Monday, with new President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi expected to make changes to the cabinet on his first day in office, media reported. The ex-army chief was sworn in on Sunday, nearly a year after ousting elected president Mohamed Morsi after millions protested... Read more
Indian students swept away in dam release in Beas river:4 dead bodies recovered so far
Rescuers were searching a Himalayan river earlier today for dozens of students swept away when a dam released a rush of water without warning. Police said four bodies have been found so far. The 25 students from the southern IT-city of Hyderabad had been taking photographs Sunday evening at... Read more
Modi government all set to make economic revival ‘paramount’ goal
India´s new government pledged Monday to make the revival of the flagging economy its “paramount” target as it laid out its legislative agenda following Prime Minister Narendra Modi´s landslide election victory. In an address to the two houses of parliament which was drawn up by Modi´s new cabinet, President... Read more
MWM threatens mass countrywide protests over sectarian killings
Majlis-e-Wahdat-ul-Muslimeen (MWM) has threatened to carry out countrywide protests against sectarian killings in the country. Condemning the terror attacks at Taftan and Jinnah Airport in Karachi, MWM leader Allama Hashim Musavi said that pilgrims are being targeted in sensitive areas despite assurance of providing security and prompt action against... Read more
Sindh minister Rubina Qaimkhani injured in road accident near Sanghar
Sindh Minister for Women Development Rubina Saadat Qaimkhani was injured in a road accident today near Sanghar earlier today. The incident occurred when her car collided with a truck near Jhool Road of Sanghar. Ms Qaimkhani’s car was being driven by her chauffeur. She was immediately shifted to Civil... Read more