Yasir spins Pakistan to clinical win against Windies in first Test
Yasir Shah completed a six-wicket haul to spearhead the second innings rout of the West Indies as Pakistan achieved...
Thai man murders child, kills himself on Facebook Live
A man in Phuket filmed himself killing his child and then himself on Facebook Live, Thai police said Tuesday,...
Iran nuclear deal under review as uncertainty grows
Iran and major powers met Tuesday in Vienna to review adherence to their 2015 nuclear deal as uncertainty grows...
Dating website ranks Pakistani men third sexiest in the world
Pakistani men have been ranked third sexiest in the world, according to the results of a poll shared by an international online dating website. The website — MissTravel.com – asked over 110,000 Americans to vote for the nationalities they thought were sexiest in the world. Irish men were voted as... Read more
Fake DSP arrested

Fake DSP arrested

Punjab May 6, 2015 0

Lahore: Police arrested a man pretending to be a Deputy Superintendent Police (DSP) in Ghaziabad area of Lahore. The man was in a vehicle with government number plate, while he also had a fake Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) card. Police took the things in custody and has started the... Read more
Grenade attack kills 4 year old girl
Kohat: A minor girl was killed while at least three injured in a grenade attack at a house in Muhammad Zai area today. According to media reports, unidentified criminals hurled a grenade at Zar Muhammad’s house and resultantly, his four-year-old daughter was killed while as many as three were... Read more
Pakistan 323-3 in second Bangladesh Test
Dhaka: Pakistan were 323 for three at stumps on the opening day of the second and final Test against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium on Wednesday. Younis Khan scored 148 and Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 127, the pair having put on 250 for the third wicket. The tourists... Read more
Cow given admit card for exam in Occupied Kashmir
Srinagar: Doubts have been raised over the standard of education in Occupied Kashmir after an admit card was issued to a cow for the entrance examination in Polytechnic College. The cow will be appearing for the examination next week after the college administration issued her the admit card. The... Read more
Water shortage worsens in Karachi
KARACHI: An additional 175 million gallon water shortage is being experienced in the city as K-Electric (KE) continues load shedding at water pumping stations. The spokesman for the Water Board told Geo News four hours of load shedding was being conducted at five pumping stations of the city. The... Read more
Bangladesh grab early wickets in Pakistan Test
Dhaka: Seamer Mohammad Shahid and left-arm spinner Taijul Islam struck early as Bangladesh reduced Pakistan to 70-2 by lunch on the first day of the second Test in Dhaka on Wednesday. Shahid justified Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim’s decision to bowl first at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium when he forced Mohammad... Read more
GB CEC takes strong exception to tribal Jirga decree banning women from voting
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Election Commissioner Justice Tahir Ali Shah took strong exception to a decision taken by a jirga last week to bar women from voting in legislative assembly elections. The CEC said it was nothing short of a ‘criminal act’. Justice Shah asked G-B Chief Secretary Tahir Hussain and... Read more
80 suspects including Afghan nationals arrested during Peshawar search operation
Peshawar :The police arrested 80 suspects including Afghan nationals during search operation in different areas of the provincial capital Peshawar on Wednesday. On directives of IG, police teams belonging to different police stations of district Peshawar launched search operation in different areas of Peshawar including the slum areas, Afghan refugee... Read more
Grooveshark down but mysterious doppelganger takes its place
Grooveshark, a popular music streaming website that was forced to shut down last week end  after losing a long legal battle with record companies, has regrouped at a new site Grooveshark.io, thanks to a rogue group whose leader goes by the name of Shark. “I started backing up all... Read more
More than 200,000 road deaths a year in China
Beijing: More than 200,000 people are killed on China´s notoriously dangerous roads every year, the World Health Organisation said Wednesday — at least four times official government statistics. Writing in the government-published China Daily newspaper, the WHO´s representative in the country Bernhard Schwartlaender said the estimated deaths were “entirely... Read more
4 participants of  Afghan lynch mob sentenced to death
An Afghan court earlier today  sentenced four men to death for the public lynching in Kabul of a 27-year-old woman falsely accused of burning the Quran. Judge Safiullah Mojaddidi, announcing the verdict in a case which sparked a public outcry.  Convicted accused Zainul Abiddin, Mohammad Yaqub, Mohammad Sharif and... Read more
One killed, 30 hurt as ‘tornado’ hits north Germany
Berlin :One man was killed and more than 30 people injured when a tornado and violent storms hit northern Germany, ripping tiles off roofs, downing trees and overturning cars, emergency services said on Wednesday. Worst hit was the town of Buetzow near the northern port of Rostock, where bricks... Read more
Punjab to regularize all contract teachers
Lahore: Punjab government has decided to offer permanent employment to all contract teachers of the province within a week. Services of more than 50,000 contract teachers will be regularized under a decision taken by the Punjab government. The move comes taken following successful negotiations between the provincial government and... Read more