Kashmir and Pakistan are inseparable: President AJ&K
Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir and Kashmir has its identity rooted in Pakistan – the two are inseparable” said...
Jousting for support, Pakistan’s bid to keep cavalry sport alive
Festooned with garlands and colourful bridles, turbaned riders mounted on horseback in full gallop lower their lances at tiny...
Russia registers nine US media outlets as ‘foreign agents’
Russia´s justice ministry on Tuesday named nine US media outlets including Voice of America as “foreign agents” after President...
I’ve never seen a coward captain like Misbah, says Shoaib Akhtar
KARACHI: Former paceman Shoaib Akhtar labelled captain Misbahul Haq “a coward” and “a selfish player” after Pakistan were crushed by 150 runs by West Indies in the World Cup on Saturday. Also Read: Pakistanis stage mock funeral for cricket team “I have not seen a more coward and selfish captain than... Read more
LEAs arrest most wanted terrorist Bashir
Law enforcement agencies have arrested a most wanted Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist, Bashir along with 5 associates. According to Pakistan army’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Bashir was wanted in attack on Army Public School in Peshawar. It is also claimed that Bashir prepared the suicide jackets used by terrorists during... Read more
Pakistanis stage mock funeral for cricket team
Pakistani cricket fans in Multan held a mock funeral for their national cricket team on Saturday after a record-shattering World Cup defeat at the hands of the West Indies. Residents of the city organised a symbolic funeral procession, replete with a coffin with several cricket bats placed over it,... Read more
Altaf urges COAS for a fair inquiry into Baldia fire tragedy
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain has urged to Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif to conduct a fair inquiry into the Baldia Town factory fire tragedy. Also Read: Karachi factory fire was arson: JIT report The MQM chief also appealed that the committee should be constituted... Read more
Stolen SIM card keys could be powerful spy tool
WASHINGTON: It would be another powerful tool in the arsenal of US and British spy services: encryption keys for a large share of the SIM cards used for mobile phones. A report by the investigative news website The Intercept, citing leaked documents from former National Security Agency contractor Edward... Read more
Op. Zerb-e-Azb update: 5 terrorists one soldier die in NWA clashes
A clash between Pakistani troops and militants yesterday  in the troubled northwest left five militants dead and a soldier martyred, the military said. The insurgents were liquidated in the North Waziristan tribal district, where the military has been mounting an offensive against terrorists strongholds since June. “During a search... Read more
Rangers raid office of prominent political party in Karachi
Several people have been rounded up in an overnight raid by the rangers in Karachi’s Gulistan-e-Jauhar neighbourhood. According to the sources, a big contingent of the paramilitary rangers  raided an office of a political party located in Iqra City in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and apprehended some people. Also the rangers sources... Read more
Woman kills her kids, husband and self as well
A woman in Islamabad  committed suicide after killing her husband and three children early morning today. According to media reports, police found five dead bodies from a house situated in Islamabad’s Sector G-6. Bodies were identified as Kosar Shahida (woman), Farooq Khattak (husband) and three daughters Rani, Iza and... Read more
Misbah says it was a tough day
CHRISTCHURCH: Pakistan’s skipper Misbah-ul-Haq said Friday that his team need to pick itself up after devastating defeat in a World Cup pool B match against West Indies. “Performances like that could really dent you, but you have to pick yourself up and think about your strategies,” he said in... Read more
West Indies utterly crush Pakistan by 150 runs
The  West Indies utterly crushed  Pakistan after the later’s spactacular batting collapse to notch their first victory of the World Cup by a whopping 150 runs at Hagley Oval in Christchurch today morning. The Caribbean cricketers scored 310-6, with 115 runs coming in a swashbuckling final 10 overs involving... Read more
Pakistan’s collapse a record bad start
CRISTCHURCH: Pakistan set a new record for the worst start to a one-day international innings when they collapsed spectacularly to one for four against the West Indies in their World Cup clash in Christchurch on Saturday. Chasing 311 for victory, Pakistan saw opener Nasir Jamshed, Younis Khan and Haris... Read more
Afghan president salutes Pakistan peace efforts
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday saluted neighbouring Pakistan´s cooperation as Kabul seeks to lay the groundwork for peace with Taliban insurgents, the latest sign of improving ties between the two nations. Afghanistan “appreciates Pakistan´s recent efforts in paving the ground for peace and reconciliation”, Ghani said in a... Read more
Simmons, Russell lead Windies onslaught
CHRISTCHURCH: A late batting onslaught led by Lendl Simmons and Andre Russell took the West Indies to 310-6 batting first against Pakistan in their crucial World Cup Pool B match in Christchurch on Saturday. Simmons, who smacked a century in the West Indies first-up loss to Ireland, continued his... Read more