HBL’s PnL takes Rs 1.6 billion dive after DFS fine
Habib Bank Limited’s (HBL) profit for the first three quarters FY 2017 has gone down by Rs. 1.6 billion...
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in fourth ODI
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the fourth day-night international in Sharjah on Friday, taking a 4-0...
G7, tech giants agree on plan to block extremist content online
G7 countries and tech giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter on Friday agreed to work together to block the...
KSE Market Watch: Market witnesses lacklustre trading
The bourse began the week on a dull note in the absence of substantial activity yesterday. Though the stock index opened in the black,  but it creeped its way towards the red zone. The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) benchmark 100-share index ended the trading session with a fall of... Read more
3G subscription surges to 10 million users
The telecom sector increased the number of mobile broadband subscriptions by a staggering 58% over the previous month as the overall subscriber base stood just shy of 10 million at the end of January 2015, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said yesterday. The total number of third-generation (3G) subscriptions increased... Read more
Disabled Cricket: Pakistan Trash Afghanistan
Left-hander Matloob Ahmed, who bats with his left hand since he does not have a right one, scored an impressive half-century as Pakistan beat Afghanistan by 17 runs in their third T20 International Disability Cricket Series match to complete a 3-0 clean sweep at the National Stadium of Karachi... Read more
Moin Khan called back from Australia: PCB chairman
Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shahryar Khan has confirmed that chief selector Moin Khan had been called back from Australia following his visit to a casino in Brisbane.  Shahryar while speaking to the media said “Moin is being recalled immediately so he can explain his position himself and by that... Read more
Coming Soon: “Muslim face” alternative to Facebook
Catering to the growing influence of social media among Muslims, a new Islamic social media platform, Muslim Face, is set to be launched this spring to connect Muslims in a “socially responsible network”. Co-founded by two Muslim entrepreneurs, Shoaib Fadie and Rohail Amin M Shoaib, “Muslim Face” is being... Read more
ASWJ’s Korangi district president shot dead
The banned sectarian hate mongering outfit Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat’s (ASWJ) district Korangi president Mullah  Shabbir Hyderi was gunned down, while his companion was injured in a firing incident in Korangi area of Karachi today evening. Mullah Hyderi, 45, and his companion Khad Din, 35, were traveling on their motorbike when unidentified... Read more
Carnage in Czech Republic:  8 dead as gunman goes on rampage
An apparently unstable armed man burst into a restaurant in an eastern Czech town on Tuesday, killing eight people before reportedly committing suicide, officials said. Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said eight people had been killed in the rampage at the “Friendship” restaurant in the town of Uhersky Brod and... Read more
SHO Boat Basin injured in encounter on clifton flyover
SHO Boat Basin police station Naseer Tanoli was injured during an exchange of fire with suspects riding a motorcycle on Clifton flyover a little while ago. According to police sources, the encounter took place when the SHO, along with his team, was returning to the police station after attending... Read more
Indian coast guard chief who claimed blowing up Pakistani boat sacked
Indian Coast Guard DIG BK Loshali, who claimed blowing up a Pakistani boat on New Year’s Eve, has been removed as Chief of Staff at Northwest region on Tuesday. According to NDTV, Loshali will face a Board of Inquiry at Gandhinagar in Gujarat. Earlier, Loshali in a video leaked by ‘The Indian Express... Read more
Younis Khan retires from one day international cricket
Pakistani batsman Younis Khan has announced retirement from the one-day format over his poor performance in the current World Cup. According to sources, Khan’s retirement from one-day international matches will take effect after the end of the ongoing Cricket World Cup 2015. Khan, who was nation’s blue-eyed boy three... Read more
Nabil Gabol leaves MQM.

Nabil Gabol leaves MQM.

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Nabil Gabol has announced to leave Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) after resigning from National Assembly. Gabol while talking to media  after submitting his resignation from the National Assembly  said “MQM is an organized party and I was misfit in it,, I was unable to do justice with the MQM and... Read more
Garrison city Police: Only one loudspeaker allowed per mosque
The Rawalpindi police has issued orders for removing more than one loudspeaker from all mosques and Imambargahs, in district Rawalpindi. As per Punjab, Sound System Regulation Ordinance 2015 installation of only loudspeaker is allowed in a mosque or imambargah. Loudspeaker can be used only for Azaan, Jummat ul Mubarak,... Read more
NAP: Khursheed Shah criticizes apex committees’ role
As Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired (yet) another meeting yesterday to review implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) to combat terrorism, Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Khursheed Shah expressed concern over the ‘extended role’ of apex committees, terming them parallel governments. Speaking to newsmen in his... Read more
Dar reviews draft Security Bill and Future Trading Bill
Presided over by Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar, a meeting reviewed the draft Security Bill and Future Trading Bill as proposed by the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan. Despite significantly large growth in remittances, the country’s current account deficit widened by $95 million in January, reaching $2.307 billion... Read more