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...
Nadeem Afzal Chan resigns from post f PPP Punjab secretary
Pakistan Peoples Party Punjab Secretary General Nadeem Afzal Chan resigned from his post on Friday. According to sources, PPP...
CAA suspends Air Indus operation from July 1
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has ordered suspension of operation of Air Indus from July 1 due to the safety regulation violations by the airline. The spokesman of CAA said here on Tuesday that the unsafe condition and persistent violation of the safety regulations endangering the safety of aircraft... Read more
Britain’s Metropolitan Police disowns Tariq Mir confession statement
Britain’s Metropolitan Police Service has confirmed that the documents circulating in social media about the confession statement of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Tariq Mir about receiving money from Indian RAW. London police spokesman Alan Crockford told British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) via an email. “The document bearing a transcript of... Read more
PM Sharif to visit karachi tomorrow: Might take  hard line against MQM/PPP
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to visit Karachi tomorrow to issue a strong policy statement on the city’s security situation according to informed sources. “The premier postponed his scheduled visit to Karachi on Monday as he wanted to discuss some policy guidelines with the military ahead of his... Read more
Free Trade Zone being established at Gwadar
A Free Trade Zone is being established at Gwadar to attract investment in manufacturing and export of goods. According to Radio Pakistan quoting an official, land acquisition for the purpose has been completed for setting up of the zone over 9.23 square kilometers, adjacent to the port. The project... Read more
Pakistani Hamza becomes world’s youngest MS PowerPoint specialist
Muhammad Hamza Shahzad, British Pakistani 6 years boy has becomes the youngest person in the world by clearing the MS PowerPoint Specialist examination. Shahzad had also become the youngest MS Office professional obtaining the Microsoft certification in MS Office 2013. Shahzad scored 850 points out of 1,000 while the required... Read more
Petroleum prices to remain unchanged in July: PM
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Tuesday announced the prices of petroleum products would remain unchanged in the month of July. “The government will not increase the prices of petroleum products for the next month,” Sharif said while addressing a ceremony after performing the ground breaking of Rs 21 billion upgradation... Read more
Film, theater actress Khushboo hurt in road accident, brother killed
Karachi: Film and stage actress Khushboo was hurt while her brother was killed in a road accident near Sahiwal. Khushboo’s close friend and colleague Honey Shahzadi said that Khushboo had gone to Sehwan Sharif along with her brother and four other male members of her entourage. Their vehicle hit a... Read more
TTP terrorists awarded death sentences in NATO oil tankers attack case
Rawalpindi: A special anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Tuesday gave its verdict in the NATO oil tankers attack case. Three Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorists were awarded the death sentence eight times. They were sentenced for setting fire to eleven NATO tankers travelling to Afghanistan. A police inspector and two constables... Read more
Sharjeel Memon suspends 37 TMOs
Karachi: Sindh Minister for Local Government, Sharjeel Inam Memon has suspended 37 Taluka Municipal Officers (TMOs) for not providing audit details of the funds. On September 22, last year, 109 TMOs were served show-cause notices of them 72 provided audit details of the funds to Secretary Local Government while... Read more
Supply to K-Electric from Kanupp restored
Karachi: Spokesperson for K-Electric said on Tuesday that the electricity production supply from Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (Kanupp) has been restored today. It was announced by the spokesperson a day earlier that even areas of the city that were currently and previously exempt from load shedding would be affected... Read more
‘Accused of Safoora bus attack involved in 38 cases’
Karachi: Inspector General of Sindh Police Ghulam Haider Jamali on Tuesday briefed the session of Sindh cabinet that the accused arrested in the Safoora bus attack are also involved in other 38 cases. The session of Sindh cabinet evaluated the decision of federal government which gave Federal Investigation Agency... Read more
Court issues order for release of Amir Khan
Karachi: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Tuesday issued orders for release of Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Amir Khan on bail after his bail plea was accepted on Monday, Samaa reported. The objections on security bonds for his bail were cleared as the court issued orders for his release. The... Read more
Government referring Sindh graft cases to NAB
Islamabad: The federal government has decided to formally refer cases of misappropriation of billions of rupees development funds in Sindh to the country’s premier anti-graft watchdog. After the approval of the Senate Standing Committee, the federal government took the decision to refer these cases of corruption, misappropriation of funds in... Read more
Pakistan’s Compliance of UN Sanction on Dawood Ibrahim, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and Hafiz Saeed to be Monitored – NDTV
India has been successful in bringing Pakistan under the monitoring of the Asia Pacific Group to enforce UN sanctions against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, terror mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and LeT founder Hafiz Saeed despite strong opposition from China. Officials said China stood by Pakistan on terror asking India to... Read more