Vice Admiral Kaleem Shaukat appointed as Vice Chief of the Naval Staff
Vice Admiral Kaleem Shaukat has been appointed as Vice Chief of the Naval Staff . President of Pakistan Mamnoon...
Netflix renews ´Stranger Things´ for third season
“Stranger Things” fans, rejoice: more adventures in the Upside Down are on the way. Netflix said Friday it had...
Lebanon will only survive if Hezbollah disarms: Saudi minister
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Friday that Lebanon had been “hijacked” by Hezbollah and could only flourish if...
Church attack: lynched suspect was glass cutter
One of the men lynched by an angry mob following the twin church attacks in Lahore’s Youhanabad area has been identified as a glass cutter named Naeem. “My brother was innocent and not a militant,” Naeem’s brother Saleem said, while speaking to the media. “My brother was missing and when... Read more
Attack in Gilgit: 5 rangers injured
Five Rangers personnel were injured when unidentified suspected militants attacked a check post in Diamer-Bhasha Dam area on the border of K-P and G-B during the early morning hours yesterday. An official of Kohistan police said the paramilitary troopers were present at the Basari check post on Karakoram Highway... Read more
World must help Pakistan fight extremist darkness: Ali Zafar
“Pakistan needs your help. It has been fighting this battle for years and has lost countless lives in the process,”  world renowned singer-actor Ali Zafar urged in his blog. Three months since the devastating Peshawar school attack, in which over 130 students lost their lives, he has urged the world to... Read more
All criminals linked to political parties will be taken to task
 “Nobody will be allowed to indulge in crime on the pretext of religion and politics,”  warned Federal Minister Pervaiz Rashid while talking to reporters  at the President House yesterday. He has said criminals associated with any group would not enjoy any relaxation on political basis. The senator said the... Read more
13 suspected militants’ bodies found in SWA
At least 13 bullet-riddled bodies of suspected militants were found in the Mandaow area of Shaktoi in South Waziristan . The men were shot dead and their bodies dumped in an un-populated area. Officials confirmed retrieving the bodies from the Ladha tehsil but did not disclose their identity of the... Read more
Saddam’s tomb destroyed in fighting in Tikrit
The tomb of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was utterly destroyed following heavy clashes between Islamic State (IS) militants and Iraqi forces in the ongoing fight for control of the city of Tirkit. “Iraq needs more airstrikes to dislodge Islamic State militants from Tikrit”, senior officials claimed today as... Read more
Protesters block PM sherif from inaugurating motorway project
Prime Minister Main Nawaz Sharif was not able to attend the inauguration of the Multan-Faisalabad Motorway project in Gojra today as the Christian community protesting against the church attacks blocked his route. Christian protesters blocked a number of roads in Lahore, including those to Raiwind, where the premier’s residence... Read more
Ayyan’s bail plea.. rejected!
Earlier today, a customs court in Rawalpindi dismissed supermodel Ayyan’s bail request. Customs officials detained Ayyan on Saturday for attempting to ship $500,000 out of the country through illegal means. Ayyan upon arrest had claimed she had received $500,000 after selling property to former interior minister Rehman Malik’s brother.... Read more
ECP to hold senate elections for FATA members on 10 March
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has scheduled election for Senate seats of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) on March 19. The March 5 voting for Upper House of the Parliament was marred by protests from FATA members who objected over a presidential ordinance under which MNAs from tribal... Read more
Altaf Hussain claims no militant wing in MQM
Chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain, claimed that his party is a liberal and democratic faction” that runs “no armed wing.” “MQM is a party of liberal, democratic and progressive thoughts and believes in nonviolence and equality for all beyond race, ethnicity, culture and religion,” the... Read more
Club footed King Tut was borne off Incest
The most famous boy pharaoh (king) of ancient Egypt has been revealed through cutting edge research as someone who suffered from a range of physical disabilities. A far cry from the majestic gold burial mask that he is famed for. Researchers conducted more than 2,000 computerised tomography (CT) scans... Read more
Mummified climbers discovered in Mexico
The horrific remains emerged when a mummified skull was found about 1,000 metres from the summit of Maxico’s highest peak. Pico de Orizaba. A second body was then also found nearby. Initially, only a head and a hand could be seen sticking out of the snow and ice. but subsequent... Read more
Nation in mourning over twin attacks on churches in Lahore
The country is observing a day of mourning today for the 15 innocent souls who lost their lives in yesterday’s twin suicide attacks on churches in Lahore. The attacks which sparked mob violence in the city also left over 80 others injured when two suicide bombers blew themselves up... Read more
PAF launches housing scheme in Karachi
The Fazaia Housing Scheme was officially launched in Karachi on 14th march. it is a project of the Pakistan Air Force.(PAF) Previously PAF had launched its housing schemes  in Lahore, Islamabad and Gujranwala. Since the response was quote promising, PAF decided to launch the same in the country’s lone... Read more