Govt revises fuel prices, petrol price hiked by Rs 1.48 per litre
From the month of December 2017 the government increased prices of petroleum products. According to notification, the price of...
Drone strike killed three in Kurram Agency
At least three people were killed in a drone strike at a hideout of Taliban commander in Kurram Agency ...
US Embassy to lead Pakistani delegation on power generation
Economic Counselor of US Embassy William Laitinen will be leading a delegation of Pakistani government and business officials to...
Imran Khan seeks CJ’s attention
Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan has said that whenever free and fair investigations were held, it will reveal massive rigging in the General Elections 2013. Addressing the participants at the PTI sit-in on Friday, he said, “I was at the front for the restoration of Iftikhar Chaudhry,... Read more
Qureshi lambast govt for crackdown on PTI workers
Vice-chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Shah Mehmood Qureshi has strongly condemned the government for launching a crackdown on PTI workers. In recent crackdown, the police have so far arrested 300 PTI workers including PTI sound organiser, DJ Butt. Talking to media at Karachi airport, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “On one hand... Read more
Sindh police chief briefs Bilawal on sectarian violence
Inspector General  (IG) of Sind Police briefed PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari about the latest sectarian violence in Karachi. According to sources, Bilawal  expressed concern about the increasing  sectarian killing. IGP Ghulam Haider Jamali  said “Police have apprehended the killer of Allama Talib Johri. Sindh police was courageously fighting against... Read more
Dr. Qadri announces to suspend talks with govt
Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Dr Tahirul Qadri on Friday announced suspended all the negotiations with the government overnight crackdown. Addressing the participants at the PAT sit-in in Islamabad, he claimed that police, during the recent crackdown, arrested  PAT workers and also taken valuables from their houses. He... Read more
Eight wounded in Lyari blast
At least eight people were injured in a hand grenade attack at Mirza Adam Khan Road area of Lyari in Karachi on Friday. According to sources, unknown terrorists hurled at a hand grenade at Mirza Adam Khan Road in Lyari leaving at least eight people injured in the blast. The injured were... Read more
Jennifer Aniston’s performs intense role in “Cake”
Jennifer Aniston has termed the task of playing a character in chronic pain as the most grueling part of starring in the film Cake. This is Aniston’s first experience playing such an intense role as she has mostly of portrayed comic and glamorous characters. Cake, which had its world... Read more
Pakistani artists to attend opening of first Islamic art museum in North Amarica
A new Islamic art museum and cultural centre will open in Toronto next week, becoming the first of its kind in North America. Financed by Prince Karim Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims, the facility will feature more than 1,000 artifacts — including rare scriptures of the... Read more
Pak army finally nabs Malala’s shooter/s: ISPR
The Pak Army announced today that all 10 terrorists who were behind Oct 2012 attack on teenage education campaigner Malala Yousufzai have been arrested. Addressing a press conference, Director General ISPR Maj-Gen Asim Bajwa said: “a 10-member group  belonging to banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was behind the attack on... Read more
Palaeontologists discover first swimming dinosaur
Scientists have discovered the first dinosaur which was able to swim and feed on underwater creatures. Fossil remains of this 15-meter (45 feet) long giant, called Spinosaurus, were discovered off the eastern coast of Morocco. The fossils were found in 97-million-year-old freshwater sediments. The findings are reported in the... Read more
Australia raises terror alert level to ‘high’ amidst fears of terror attack
Australia on Friday raised its terror threat level to “high” for the first time in a decade on growing concern about Australian extremists returning from fighting in Iraq and Syria. The heightened alert after years on “medium” officially means a “terrorist attack is likely” and comes after repeated government... Read more
Syrian air raids kill 42 near Capital damascus
Syrian government air raids on a rebel-held area near Damascus killed 42 people, including seven children, a monitoring group said eariler today. Thursday´s air strikes were carried out in Douma, a satellite suburb northeast of the capital that has been under siege for more than a year. “The toll... Read more
Judge finds Pistorius not guilty….. Of firing gun through sunroof
A South African judge earlier today acquitted Oscar Pistorius on a charge of discharging a firearm from a sunroof of a moving vehicle. “This court´s conclusion is the state has failed to establish that the accused is guilty beyond reasonable doubt of this count and has to be acquitted,”... Read more
Hrithik Roshan begins research for ‘Mohenjo Daro’
Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan has decided to undertake detailed research on the Indus Valley Civilization, for his upcoming film, Mohenjo Daro, reported the Indian Media. Mohenjo Daro, literally meaning ‘Mound of the Dead’ in Sindhi, is a lost civilization that was abandoned in 19th century BCE. The city’s ruins... Read more
Infamous bond henchman Richard ‘Jaws’ Kiel passes away at 74
American actor Richard Kiel, best known for his performances as the steel-toothed henchmen Jaws in the Bond film series passed away on Tuesday at the age of 74. The statuesque 7 ft. 2 in. Tall actor portrayed the mercenary Jaws in the Bond Films The Spy Who Loved Me... Read more