Pope Francis takes a rickshaw ride in Bangladesh
Pope Francis at the Apostolic Nunciature enjoyed a rickshaw ride during a visit to St Mary´s Cathedral in Dhaka,...
Amazon brings Alexa from home to office in a new AI push
Amazon announced Thursday it is bringing its Alexa digital assistant to the workplace, expanding artificial intelligence (AI) efforts that...
Nine martyred, 30 injured in Peshawar attack
Eleven people were martyred and around 30 injured in a terrorists attack at the Directorate of Agriculture, Peshawar early...
PTI ready to hit the streets again: Imran Khan
Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf’s Chief, Imran Khan once again warned the government to shut down the whole country if a judicial commission to probe into vote was not formed immediately. Talking to media at his residence in Bani Gala upon his arrival in Pakistan after performing an Umrah in Saudi Arabia he said... Read more
State Bank of Pakistan cuts key discount rate by 1%
Pakistan’s central bank cut its key discount rate to 8.5 percent from 9.5 percent on Saturday, in line with analyst expectations and citing lower inflationary pressure due to falling global oil prices. Governor, State Bank of Pakistan, Ashraf Wathra said the new rate would be in place for two... Read more
Pakistan Govt Allows Musharraf to visit Saudi Arabia for condolence
Government of Pakistan has allowed former President General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf to go to Saudi Arabia to condole the demise of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud. Earlier on Friday, Musharraf, in a written request, had requested the Ministry of Interior to lift a travel ban for just one day so... Read more
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan once again reiterated former Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry and his associates Justice (retd) Khalilur Rehman Ramday were supervising rigging during General Elections 2013. Imran upon his return from Saudi Arabia, while talking to reporters in Islamabad on Saturday said “Iftikhar Chaurdhry and Justice (retd) Ramday... Read more
Textile exports drop more then 6.36%
The Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) has expressed deep concern over the drop of 6.38% in textile exports in December 2014 despite the availability of the GSP Plus scheme. Unprecedented energy shortage and lack of working capital are the major factors behind the substantial drop in exports. PTEA Chairman... Read more
Global loss: King Tut loses beard
Employees at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo had to put back the 3,000-year-old burial mask of pharaoh Tutankhamun  together after its blue and gold beard was snapped off, according to media reports, Al Arabiya said yesterday. It is not clear how the damage occurred, whether it happened during cleaning... Read more
President Obama to cut short his Indian vist
United States President Barack Obama will go to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to meet with new King Salman and offer condolences on the death of King Abdullah, the White House said in a statement issued today. Obama is scheduled to arrive in New Delhi tomorrow where... Read more
If Imran Khan wants Judicial commission can be formed in 30 minutes
Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar earlier today, said that the judicial commission to probe alleged electoral rigging can be formed in half an hour if Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan wishes, adding that the government wants the commission to determine whether the rigging took place as an ‘organized conspiracy’ or... Read more
Jaliabee to be released in theaters nationwide on March 20
Film Jaliabee’s director Yasir Jaswal has finally announced the release date for the movie. Dubbed as one of the most anticipated films of 2015, Jaliabee will be hitting theatres nationwide on March 20. The date was announced on Jalaibee’s official Facebook page where the film’s first poster was also revealed. Jalaibee’s cast includes... Read more
Commission confirms irregularities in NA-122
The inspection judge of a local commission, Ghulam Hussain Awan, recorded his statement earlier today before Election Tribunal Judge Kazim Ali Malik regarding irregularities in NA-122 polling stations and also submitted a report in this regard. Awan told the tribunal judge that due to the negligence of polling staff,... Read more
Japan vows to never give up on hostages
Japan earlier today vowed to “never give up “its struggle to save two Japanese hostages held captive by Islamic State militants after the deadline to pay their ransom passed in agonising silence. Whether freelance journalist Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa, the self-employed contractor he had gone to rescue, were... Read more
Mullah Abdul Aziz delivers Friday sermon on the phone
Mullah Abdul Aziz delivered his sermon to the Friday congregation by telephone yesterday. “How can a person who has warrant of arrest against him use the microphone of the Lal Masjid which is run by the government,” asked  The Quaid-e-Jawaan, Jibran Nasir, the moving spirit behind the civil society... Read more
TTP Commander arrested in Baluchistan
Security forces arrested three suspected militants, including a Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander, in Balochistan’s Harnai district earlier today. An official stated that LEAs acted on an intelligence report in relation to the presence of TTP militants in the area. Security forces also recovered arms and ammunition from the possession... Read more
Interstellar type wormholes may exist in the Galaxy: Scientists
An Interstellar-style space-time tunnel may exist in the Milky Way and we could even travel through it, according to a new theory proposed by an international team of scientists. Based on the latest evidence and theories our galaxy could be a huge wormhole and, if that were true, it... Read more