Pakistan GasPort to try flowing gas through LNG terminal on Thursday
Pakistan GasPort, the country’s second liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, plans to try injecting gas back into the...
US Govt provides armored personnel vehicles to Pakistani LEAs
United States government handover eleven armoured personnel vehicles (APVs) worth over 280 million rupees to Pakistan. Acting Deputy Assistant...
Muslim leaders urge recognition of East Jerusalem as Palestine capital
Leaders from the the world’s main pan-Islamic body on Wednesday urged the international community to recognise East Jerusalem as...
Champions Trophy: Pakistan storm into final
Pakistan beat India by 4-3 to qualify for the final of Champions Trophy in Indian city of Bhubaneswar on Saturday. Pakistan qualified for the final of any mega event after 16 years. Pakistan will take on Germany in the final of the Champions Trophy tomorrow (Sunday). Muhammad Arsalan Qadir,... Read more
Hundreds of ballots found bogus in NA-125
Hundreds of votes have turned out to be bogus after an audit of merely five polling stations in NA-125 Lahore. These findings unearthed after National Database & Registration Authority (NADRA) handed over a 125-page report to Election Tribunal. According to NADRA, out of a total 1254 votes that were... Read more
PTI demands Sanaullah’s arrest
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)  demanded of the government to immediately arrest former Punjab minister Rana Sanaullah for his alleged role in planning and executing Faisalabad riots. Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Saturday, PTI Spokesperson Shireen Mazari said that there are plenty of evidences against Sanaullah for planning Faisalabad... Read more
PTI challenges appointment of CEC Gilgit-Baltistan
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has now decided to challenge appointment of Gilgit-Baltistan CEC. Pakistan’s Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) appointed Justice (retd) Tahir Ali Shah,  as new CEC Gilgit-Baltistan. PTI leader Ghulam Sarwar Khan filed a petition under Article 184 in the Supreme Court of Pakistan today. The petitioner plead that Justice... Read more
NKorea criticism fuels ‘Interview’ box office hopes
he obvious question is: Where is Kim Jong-Un s sense of humor? It s hard to understand why North Korea is taking “The Interview” — a madcap comedy about a fictional CIA plot to kill the elusive leader — so seriously. The film — starring American comic actors Seth Rogen and... Read more
Muzaffargarh: Terror plot on Chehlum foiled
A terrorism plot foiled in Muzaffargarh district of southern Punjab on the eve of the Chehlum of Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS) on Saturday. According to reports, a police party deployed at Mehmoodkot Road on an intelligence report intercepted a vehicle for routine checking; but, the saboteurs recklessly opened fire at them.... Read more
US Congress passes $584 billion defense bill
The US Congress adopted a massive US defense spending bill for 2015 Friday which includes emergency funding for military operations against Islamic jihadists in Iraq and Syria, as requested by President Barack Obama. The legislation passed 89 votes to 11 in the Senate one week after it sailed through... Read more
Pakistan, India clash in Champions Trophy semis today
Arch-rivals India and Pakistan set up a potentially explosive semi-final clash in the Champions Trophy field hockey after recording identical 4-2 wins over fancied opponents on Thursday. Hosts India, the former masters of the game lying ninth in the rankings, fought back from a 0-2 deficit to beat number... Read more
Security tightened for Chehlum of  Imam Hussain (AS)
Security across the country has been tighten for the processions and majalis on chehlum Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS). According to Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh Ghulam Haider Jamali, police patrolling, snap checking, picketing, intelligence collection and sharing have been strengthened in Karachi. The shops situated along the route of the procession including MA Jinnah Road, Saddar,... Read more
2nd ODI: Kiwis level series 1-1
Skipper Kane Williamson hit a fighting half-century while paceman Matt Henry grabbed 4-45 to lead New Zealand to a disciplined four-wicket win over Pakistan in the second one-dayer in Sharjah on Friday. Williamson scored a 91-ball 70 not out for his 12th fifty — his sixth in his last seven matches — to... Read more