Skardu rally enters into final day
Three days Skardu Jeeps, bikes Rally has entered into final day in Shigar Valley on Sunday. Over a 100...
NAB decides not to issue more notices to Sharifs: sources
The National Accountability Bureau has decided not to issue more notices to members of the Sharif family. According to...
Japan launches satellite for advanced GPS operation
Japan on Saturday launched an H-2A rocket carrying a geo-positioning satellite into orbit after a week-long delay, the government...
3 Bahadur tops Rs.50 million at Pakistan box office
Karachi: Pakistan’s first animated movie, 3 Bahadur has done Rs. 50 million business at the box office till this weekend. 3 Bahadur, which was released on May 22 within two-weeks of its release have already earned over 47 milion. 3 Bahadur is the highest grossing animated movie in Pakistan... Read more
PML-N takes lead in Gilgit Baltistan polls
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has the taken lead in Gilgit Baltistan (GB) Legislative Assembly election. According to unofficial results received from different constituencies, PML-N has taken major lead in 10 seats while PTI  on 3 and Majlis Wahdatul Muslimeen (MWM) on one seat. More results are awaited…….. Read: Vote count under way in GB... Read more
Who took my cheese: Frenchman nails cheesy competition
A Frenchman earlier yesterday was  named the world’s best cheesemonger at a competition in France, maintaining national pride in a country famed for its love of all things cheesy. Fabien Degoulet, the son of dairy merchants, triumphed over a dozen leading candidates from around the world to capture the... Read more
Apple to unleash all new iTunes today!
Apple is all set to unleash its newly face lifted music service iTunes today.  It builds on the iPhone maker’s strengths in a direct challenge to Spotify, Pandora and other established players. In the biggest overhaul of iTunes since it was launched in early 2003, the service was set... Read more
Fearless Malala speaks up for the Rohingya muslims in Burma
Arguably Pakistan’s greatest living peace icon and youngest ever  Nobel Peace Prize laureate  Malala Yousafzai earlier today urged Myanmar leaders to take “immediate action” to prevent the persecution of the country’s native Rohingya Muslims, most of whom are considered by the government to be illegal immigrants in spite of... Read more
Looming deadline:Helmet wearing becomes compulsory for Karachi bikers
Use of helmets for “All” motorcyclists have been made compulsory as the deadline set by the Sindh government ends by 12 am tonight. Motorcycle riders will have to wear helmets as a safety measure put in place by traffic police. Wearing helmets for people accompanying motorcycle riders have also been... Read more
Google Maps has been tracking your every move
Today, Google is tracking wherever your smartphone goes, and putting a neat red dot on a map to mark the occasion. All you need to do is log in with the same account you use on your phone, and the record of everywhere you’ve been for the last day... Read more
Apple will focus on music service for its smartwatch
Apple is expected to unveil a new music service and better tools to build apps for its smartwatch at its annual gathering of developers in San Francisco on Monday. The tech giant’s legion of independent developers will get a preview of a new software kit for the two-month-old Apple... Read more
Vote count under way in GB as poll conclude peacefully
Vote count is currently under way in Gilgit Baltistan after a daylong peaceful polling process The polling in all seven districts of the mountainous region continued till 5pm without any break. Gilgit Baltistan administration declared a public holidays to facilitate the voters to vote. With 268 contestants in the... Read more
Myanmar to start transferring migrants to Bangladesh
Maungdaw : Some 150 migrants found adrift in a boat off Myanmar’s coast were set on Monday for transfer to neighbouring Bangladesh, an immigration official said, returning them to homes many tried to flee months ago. Southeast Asia’s migrant crisis unfurled at the start of May, leaving thousands from... Read more
Modi accuses Pakistan of promoting terror
Dhaka : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of creating ‘nuisance’ and ‘constantly’ troubling India by promoting terrorism, the Press Trust of India reported. His latest outburst came during his address at the Bangabandhu International Convention Centre in Dhaka when he vowed to jointly combat with Bangladesh terrorism... Read more
Security forces kill 19 terrorists in NWA; 7 soldiers martyred
Peshawar : At least 19 terrorists, including five militant commanders were killed and seven soldiers martyred on Monday when security forces exchanged gunfire with militants in the restive North Waziristan agency along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. According to Inter Services Public Relations, an intense exchange of gunfire took place in an... Read more
Lok Virsa produces cultural documentaries
Islamabad : The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage, Lok Virsa has produced a set of cultural documentaries and over 500 audio cassette of nation’s cultural heritage. Lok Virsa is one of the largest publishers of the traditional music and culture. Audio and video cassettes, CDs, VCDs and DVDs... Read more
ECP restores membership of PTI MNA Rai Hasan Nawaz
Islamabad: The Election Commission of Pakistan on Monday restored the National Assembly membership of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lawmaker Rai Hasan Nawaz Khan after his disqualification was earlier suspended by the Supreme Court. In a notification issued here today, the ECP said it was recalling its earlier de-notification of the... Read more