North Korea fires ICBM, splashes in Sea of Japan: Pentagon
North Korea fired what the US Pentagon said appeared to be an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that landed close...
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...
Irfan, Maqsood star in Pakistan win
Seamer Mohammad Irfan geared up for the World Cup with five-wicket hauls to help Pakistan register win in the warm-up game in Sydney on Monday. Pakistan pulled Bangladesh back from an impressive 190-3 in the 40th over, taking the last seven wickets for 56 to dismiss them for 246... Read more
20 year old Japanese Tourist raped by Indian Guide
A Japanese woman has told Indian police she was raped by a tourist guide in the historic northern city of Jaipur, in the latest sex attack on a foreigner, an officer said earlier yesterday. The 20-year-old told police the guide offered to show her around Jaipur on his motorbike... Read more
Suicide bomber blows himself in Baghdad: At Least 14 dead
A suicide bomber attacked a Shia-majority area of north Baghdad earlier today, killing at least 14 people, security and medical officials said. The blast in Kadhimiyah, which is home to a revered Shia’s shrine, also wounded at least 43 people. A police colonel said the bomber struck inside a... Read more
Drone Strike kills IS(IL) operative in Afghanistan
A drone strike in Afghanistan killed six people earlier today, including a veteran militant suspected of having defected to Islamic State from the Taliban, senior Afghan officials in Helmand province told the media. A former Guantanamo Bay detainee, Mullah Abdul Rauf has been influential in Afghanistan’s jihadi movement for... Read more
Terrorist kingpin Omar Khorasani wounded in Afghan attack
The chief of a breakaway faction of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) blamed for some of the deadliest attacks has been wounded in a military operation in eastern Afghanistan, his spokesperson confirmed earlier yesterday. “I can confirm that Omar Khalid Khorasani was injured a few days... Read more
Fuzon: A trip through time 2005 to 2015
From the April 2005 concert that I attended at the Dubai Country Club to February 2015, I have come to a conclusion that the only thing that survives in an ever changing world is Fuzon’s timeless music. Fuzon’s concert at the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF), at Beach Luxury Hotel... Read more
Jupiter’s 3 moons caught on camera by Hubble space telescope
Nasa/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured a rare triple moon transit of Jupiter event. Hubble took a string of images of the event which show three of Jupiter’s largest moons, Europa, Callisto and Io, in action. The three moons are known as Galilean moons since they were discovered by the... Read more
Pigeons alot smarter then thought
The common pigeon, a permanent resident of all cities across the world, is smarter than we think although its brain is no bigger than the tip of your index finger. A new study by researchers from the University of Iowa found that pigeons can categorize and name both natural... Read more
Nawaz Sharif goes to Aabpara market
In   the first exercise of its kind ever since he took office, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif paid a surprise visit to two commercial centres of the capital city Islamabad yesterday, interacting with shoppers and shopkeepers alike, to take stock of how the government’s recent initiatives have had an... Read more
Smuggling allegations: Trade suspended across Indo-Pak Border
 India and Pakistan have suspended trade across their de facto border in the disputed territory of Kashmir after Indian authorities detained a truck driver accused of drug trafficking, Pakistani officials said yesterday. Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the two countries won independence from Britain in... Read more
May 12 carnage accused remanded to police custody
Abdul Rafique alias Kaein, an accused arrested by Rangers for his involvement in May 12, 2007 carnage, has been handed over to the paramilitary troops on a 90-day remand. The Rangers presented the accused in a local Anti-Terrorism Court where the judge accepted the law-enforcers’ application and remanded him... Read more
PPP office bearer murdered in Karachi
A local Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) office bearer was gunned down a little while ago, near Aziz Bhatti Park in Karachi, police said. According to a police source, the incident took place when unidentified assailants opened fire at a car near Aziz Bhatti Park, killing PPP office bearer Ahsan... Read more
Yet another Blow: Sohail Khan injured
Pakistani bowler Sohail Khan has been injured during warm-up match against Bangladesh, in yet another blow to the Green Shirts ahead of World Cup.  Sohail Khan injured his calf during the match in which he bowled eight overs and took one wicket. PCB spokesman says the player’s injury “is not... Read more
Bangladesh set Pakistan a 247 run target
Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 3 wickets Sohaib Maqsood, carried his bat through and remained unbeaten on 93 off 90 ball, which include nine fours and two sixes. Bangladesh earlier today set an attainable 247-run target for Pakistan to win the warm-up game at Sydney. Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza won... Read more