Khamenei terms Saudis as America’s ‘milking cow’
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei launched a fierce attack against regional rival Saudi Arabia, saying it was being...
BlackBerry, Qualcomm decide on final amount to resolve royalty dispute
Canada’s BlackBerry Ltd said on Friday that US chipmaker Qualcomm Inc has agreed to pay the software maker $940...
Youm-e-Takbeer being celebrated today
Youm-e-Takbeer is being observed today to commemorate the historic nuclear tests Pakistan conducted on this day in 1998. Pakistan...
Pak-Afghan border: Smuggling continues unabated
The state is doing little to control rampant smuggling through the pak-Afghan border. For years, successive governments have tried to shield themselves from criticism by arguing that the Afghan border is porous and ungovernable. Therefore, the state cannot “fully control” the smuggling that takes place through these frontiers. In... Read more
facial recognition not as good as thought: UK police
The revelation that the UK police are holding a database of around 18 million mugshots has provoked an examination of the balance between civil liberties and catching criminals. But how effective is the technology? Not as good as many people think, according to the Metropolitan Police officer in charge... Read more
Couple to leave their all to a monkey
A husband and wife in India say they are going to leave all their money to their pet monkey. Brajesh and Shabista Srivastava say they owe their wealth and success to the primate, who they believe has enriched their lives. The couple, who have no children, want to make... Read more
7 year old rape victim develops life thretening infections
A seven-year-old girl child has developed a serious medical condition — septicemia — at the Children’s Hospital Lahore a week after she was repeatedly raped by her assailant(s) She underwent a first surgical procedure at the Children’s Hospital, where the doctors applied stitches to the wounds on the inner... Read more
Mullah Abdul Aziz appologised for his remarks: Ch. Nisar
Maulana Abdul Aziz, the imam of Islamabad’s Lal Masjid, has submitted a written apology to police over his implied defence of the Dec 16 attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, said Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan. The minister was talking to journalists after ending a three-day... Read more
Shahid Afridi bowls with speed of 134km/h
Ferry sinks in Bangladesh: 41 dead
An overcrowded ferry sank in a Bangladesh river earlier today leaving at least 41 people including 11 children dead as rescuers searched for missing passengers, officials said. The ferry collided with a cargo vessel and sank within minutes on the Padma river, the second deadly boat accident in a... Read more
Basit suspects ‘IPL influence’ behind South Africa defeat
Former Pakistani cricketer Basit Ali claimed that South Africa could  lose to India due to influence of Indian Premier League (IPL). While talking to ARY News’ special transmission ‘Har Lamha Purjosh’ he said “which team players are mostly featured in IPL? They are Australians and South Africans,” Explaining his statement... Read more
Imran Khan calls for immediate changes in PCB
In the wake of Pakistan’s abject capitulation  against West Indies, popular cricketer turned political demagogue and chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has called for immediate changes in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Khan while speaking t0 the popular television news channel Samaa tv said “The government should have... Read more
Public should not expect much: Najam Sethi
Former Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has said that the nation should not expect much from the team in the World Cup. Najam Sethi, speaking to media in Lahore, said “No international team plays under the kind of tension our team plays in owing to media... Read more
10 injured in Chaman blast

10 injured in Chaman blast

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CHAMAN: At least ten persons including a child were injured on Sunday when a car bomb went off on Taj Road in Chaman area of Balochistan. According to District Police Officer (DPO) Chaman Assad Khan, unknown outlaws planted a remote control bomb in a vehicle and parked it near... Read more
Ahmed Nawaz, APS student undergoes successful operation in UK
Army Public School injured student Ahmed Nawaz underwent a successful operation in the United Kingdom (UK). According to Express News report, Nawaz, who was injured during the TTP militants attack on the school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014 by the Taliban gunmen. His operation took place at the Queen Elizabeth... Read more
India beat South Africa by 130 runs
Defending champions India routed South Africa by 130 runs in a World Cup demolition at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. Chasing 308 to win, South Africa looked nothing like one of the title favourites as they crumbled to 177 all out in the 41st over in front of... Read more
Sri Lanka survive scare to beat Afghanistan
DUNEDIN: Sri Lanka survived a scare to beat Afghanistan by four wickets in their World Cup Pool A match at Dunedin’s University Oval on Sunday. Chasing 233 to win, the 1996 champions were 51 for four at one stage before Mahela Jayawardene, who hit exactly 100, and skipper Angelo... Read more