Mourinho thanks Van Gaal for United spirit
Jose Mourinho’s depleted Manchester United side face Swansea at Old Trafford on Sunday with the manager praising the spirit...
Pakistan Army rejects govt notification on Dawn Leaks
The Pakistan Army has rejected the notification on Dawn Leaks  issued by the Prime Minister Secretariat on Saturday. The...
North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure
North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile Saturday in apparent defiance of a US push for tougher international sanctions to...
PML-N man wins PP-196 by-poll
Multan: PML-N candidate Rana Mehmoodul Hassan won the by-election in PP-196, while Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s Rana Abdul Jabbar remained runner-up on Thursday. According to unofficial results, Mr Hassan secured 28,324 votes, Mr Jabbar bagged 18,112 votes, while the PPP candidate Muhammad Hussain Arain could got only 6,519 votes. Polling was... Read more
Counting begins as polling in PP-196 by-polls ends
Multan: Counting of the votes in the by-elections began after polling in PP-196 ended at 5:00 pm. About 3000 police officials discharged duties to maintain security arrangements in the constituency. Rangers were also on standby during the polling. A total of 133 polling stations were set up for 176,315... Read more
Nuclear program is for Pakistan’s own self defense: Foreign Office
Islamabad:  Pakistan has emphatically stated that its nuclear program is purely for its own legitimate self defense and maintenance of credible minimum deterrence. At his weekly news briefing in Islamabad today,Foreign Office Spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah strongly rejected media reports that Saudi Arabia wants to acquire nuclear weapons from Pakistan.... Read more
Police visit SSUET to acquire records of mass murdering terrorist
An investigation team earlier today, visited Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) to acquire the record of one of four alleged militants arrested in connection with bus attack in Karachi that killed 45 members of Ismaili community earlier this month as well as the murder of prominent... Read more
Shoaib Akhtar escapes Rs 7 million fine
The Lahore high court has given a clean chit to Pakistan’s maverick former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, who was fined seven million rupees and banned for five years by the PCB in 2008 for violating the players code of conduct. According to its detailed judgement the Lahore high court... Read more
ATC indicts 106 suspects in Christian couple lynching case
Lahore: An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Thursday indicted 106 suspects in the Kot Radha Kishan Christian couple lynching that took place last year. The court has also summoned witnesses on Friday in the case in order to record their statements against the suspects involved in Shama and Shahzad’s lynching.... Read more
Safoora Goth Carnage: JIT obtains academic record of attacker from Sir Syed University
Karachi: The joint investigation team (JIT) on Thursday contacted Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) and obtained full academic  record of Mohammad Azhar Ishrat one of four alleged militants arrested in connection with bus attack. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah at a press conference yesterday disclosed that the alleged... Read more
Great Patriotic War’s 70th Victory day to be celebrated today
Islamabad: The association of Pakistan graduate from Russia and CIS in collaboration with Embassy of Russian Federation and office of honorary consul of Russian Federation Lahore Pakistan are jointly organizing a celebration of 70th Victory day anniversary of Great Patriotic War 1941-45 at PNCA, F-5/1 auditorium Islamabad today. Contribution... Read more
Army chief Gen. Raheel in Quetta today
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif arrived in Quetta on on Thursday on a one-day visit where he will address at the ceremony of army personnel in Staff College. According to details, Commander Southern Command Lieutenant General Nasir Khan Janjua warmly welcomed the army chief on... Read more
Four suspects of Safoora carnage sent on 14-day remand
Karachi: An anti-terrorism court in Karachi on Thursday handed over to police four suspects of the Safoora bus attack on 14-day physical remand. The four suspects – Saad Aziz, Muhammad Azhar Ishrat, Haafiz Nasir, Tahir Hussain Minhas – were arrested for their alleged involvement in the Safoora bus attack... Read more
MQM takes to the streets to protest water shortage
Earlier today, the Karachi based Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has announced a series of protests in Karachi and other parts of Sindh against the ongoing water crisis. The movement, called “Awami Ihtejaji Mohim”, will kick off on May 22 and continue till June 6. In a press conference held... Read more
At long last: Sindh finally gets its own home minister!
The government today, decided to appoint Suhail Anwar Sial as Home Minister Sindh. For the past few years the Sindh CM had been handling the home ministry portfolio as well but now the Sindh government high command have selected a  member of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Suhail Anwar... Read more
Call ‘911’: Madadgar-15 undergoing major revamp in Karachi
Most citizens facing an emergency in Karachi know they should call Madadgar-15, where ideally, an officer attends the call on the first ring, listens to the crisis at hand, and dispatches help to the location within minutes. Of course, citizens also know this idealised scenario is quite far from... Read more
FIA confiscates fake degrees, certificates from Axact HQ: sources
Karachi: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has confiscated fake degrees and certificates from the headquarters of Axact, sources revealed on Thursday. Sources add these certificates from universities and colleges were issued to students. An electronic stamp machine has also been confiscated. FIA questions Axact officials in Rawalpindi Six officials... Read more