Two army personnel martyred in North Waziristan
Two officials of Pakistan Army were martyred in a terrorist attack in North Waziristan Agency. According to the Inter...
U2 knocks Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ off Billboard top spot
U2 knocked Taylor Swift off her perch at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart with its new...
Theresa May hails new optimism in Brexit talks after deal
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May hailed “a new sense of optimism” in Brexit talks, telling parliament on Monday an...
Cyber Crime: 1 of USA’s most wanted arrested in karachi
 Officials of the Cyber Crime Circle of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) claimed today to have apprehended an internationally  “most wanted” suspect, Noor Aziz Uddin. The accused was arrested during a pre-dawn raid conducted by FIA officials at his residence located at Federal B Area, Karachi. Aziz Uddin’s two sons, Osama... Read more
Pakistan asks India to refrain LoC violations
Pakistan protest with India after Indian Border Security Forces killed a 60-year old civilian in Rawlakot sector. In a statement issued by the Foreign Office spokesperson on Saturday stated “The deceased local resident, identified as Muhammad Aslam, was cutting grass about 150 meters from the Line of Control (LoC) inside... Read more
Australia rout England by 111 runs
Australia routed England by 111 runs in their World Cup opener at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in front of almost 85,000 fans on Saturday. England, chasing a winning target of 343, were bowled out for 231 after Mitchell Marsh took five five for 33. The game ended with James... Read more
40 injured as two bogies of Shalimar Express derailed
At least 40 people injured as two bogies of outbound Shalimar Express to Karachi from Lahore derailed near Hyderabad. According to rescue sources, the accident occurred 6 Km away from Hyderabad. The injured were immediately shifted to Civil Hospital Hyderabad for treatment. Read more
ISIS foiled in attack on Iraqi base
ISIS jihadists attempted a suicide attack yesterday on an air base where U.S. troops are training Iraqi forces, officials said. Several of the suicide bombers were wearing Iraqi uniforms when they tried to enter the base, a Pentagon spokesman said. No Iraqi or U.S. troops were killed or wounded... Read more
Gunmen kill polio team driver in Khyber Agency
The driver of a van carrying a two-member polio team in a tribal region near the Afghan border were shot dead by gunmen on Saturday, officials said. The two attackers fired shots from a nearby mountain on the van in Shalman area of Khyber region where the military is battling... Read more
Thirimanne blames sloppy fielding for loss to NZ
Senior Sri Lanka batsman Lahiru Thirimanne blamed sloppy fielding for their 98-run hiding by New Zealand in the World Cup opener at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday. Despite yet another batting collapse — nine wickets falling for 109 in a similar meltdown to their pre-tournament matches over the... Read more
Death did not part them: Young couple locked in 6000 year eternal embrace
Archaeologists in southern Greece have discovered the grave of a man and woman buried as they died some 5,800 years ago — still tightly embracing. A senior member of the excavation team, Anastassia Papathanassiou, says the discovery — made in 2013 and publicized this week after DNA testing determined... Read more
Saudi women drivers released from Prision
Two women, who spent months in jail for the “crime” of defying Saudi Arabia’s ban on female drivers, were released from prison earlier this week, as par media reports. Loujain al-Hathloul, 25, and Maysa al-Amoudi, 33, had been arrested in December for driving into Saudi Arabia from the United... Read more
Baldia Town factory arson can’t be ignored: Nawaz Sharif
Lahore: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that the Baldia Town factory arson cannot be ignored. Nawaz addressing to Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) said that he has seen the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report of Baldia Town factory fire incident. He vowed that “All the legal requirements would... Read more
Ali Zafar suffers the wrath of the Excise police
Renowned artist and actor Ali Zafar was driving in an unregistered vehicle in the Defence area of Lahore with his family  when the officials of the  Excise Department stopped his vehicle at Lalak Chowk. The officials, were unfazed by the immense popularity of the internationally renowned celebrity who has... Read more
Spice Girls reunite for Geri Halliwell’s wedding
If you’re a big Spice Girls fans, you would be excited to know that the spice ladies Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Emma Bunton will be reuniting for Geri Halliwell’s upcoming wedding. Geri, is all set to tie the knot with F1 Red Bull Boss Christian... Read more
Sonam Kapoor Discharged from Hospital
Actress Sonam Kapoor, suffered from respiratory infection on the sets of  “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” has been discharged. Speaking to media outside hospital after being discharged said “It was basically a respiratory infection and para-typhoid. I was in hospital for four days.” The Bollywood diva also posted a picture of... Read more
Civic Body Demolishes Ramp Outside Shahrukh’s Mannat
Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) have the ramp removed from outside of Sharukh Khan’s(SRK). According to NDTV, SRK  was served notice a week ago and asked to removed illegal ramp, if he failed to do so, the BMC would demolish the ramp and send the bill to SRK. However,  SRK claimed... Read more