Five fallen Pakistani personnel to get UN medals on Int’l Day of UN Peacekeepers
Five fallen Pakistani peacekeepers are among the over 100 who will be posthumously honoured at the annual observance of...
Five PIA cabin crew members arrested in drugs recovery case
Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) have arrested five members of the cabin crew of Pakistan International Airlines London-bound plane. According to...
19 killed at Manchester concert blast: British police
Nineteen people have been killed in a suspected explosion at the end of a pop concert by US star...
Youth commits suicide after murdering his beloved
 A youngster committed suicide, after killing beloved upon refusal to enter in love marriage today. Police said a youth hailing from Nawab Town locality of Lahore was in love with a relative and wanted to marry her. He proposed to the girl and asked her to enter in court... Read more
Pakistan seals Save the Children office, expels foreign staff
Interior Ministry on Thursday has sealed the international aid group ‘Save the Children’ office in Islamabad and asked foreign staff  to leave the country. According to sources, Islamabad on today sealed ‘Save the Children’office in federal capital and the Interior Ministry has told the aid group that its foreign employees should... Read more
3 party alliance hold successful strike against election rigging in KPK
The tripartite alliance of opposition parties lived up to their threats of a strike and took to the streets across the KPK province yesterday against alleged rigging and terrible mismanagement in the local government elections. In the provincial capital, the strike was seen by many as unsuccessful although some... Read more
Google launches company to tackle city life woes
Google on Wednesday unveiled a company devoted to making a thriving business out of solving big-city problems such as overpriced housing and traffic-snarled streets. Sidewalk Labs based in New York City was described as an “urban innovation” firm with a mission to develop technology that makes living and running... Read more
Peshawar high court dismisses petition for Lower Dir II by elections
The Peshawar High Court (PHC) earlier today stayed the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan for re-polling in PK-95 Lower Dir-II, where it was alleged that women were barred from voting. The decision was taken in the light of a petition that was submitted by the winning candidate... Read more
‘Jinnah’ actor Christopher Lee dies at 93
London: British actor Christopher Lee, the ultimate movie villain who played Dracula, starred in “The Lord of the Rings” and “Jinnah”, has died aged 93, a local government official told AFP Thursday. “I can confirm we issued a death certificate on June 8. Mr. Christopher Lee died on June... Read more
Top political leaders godfather crimes, gangs, militants in Karachi: DG Rangers
Karachi: The Director General (DG) Rangers Sindh, Maj Gen Bilal Akbar has claimed that top political leaders  of Sindh are godfathering land-mafia,  smugglers, gangsters and militants in Karachi. Read: Zardari declares an open war on the military In a press release issued  from DG Ranger Headquarters, Karachi stated that the... Read more
EU demands Pakistan reinstate moratorium on death penalty
The European Union has urged the Pakistani government to reinstate moratorium on death penalty. The EU spokesman in a statement said “Pakistan’s obligations under domestic and international law prohibit the death sentence for crimes committed by persons under eighteen years of age and require prompt and impartial investigation where there... Read more
Students, guards clash at Hazara versity: 10 injured
Close to a dozen people were injured earlier today, when groups of students and locals used hand grenades in a clash with security guards at Hazara University’s main campus in Mansehra. Students travelling in a Suzuki van reportedly started arguing  with the guards when they were asked to be... Read more
Gwadar to be declared duty free port: PM Sharif
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced earlier today that Gwadar would be declared a duty-free port. “Gwadar should be a gift for the entire region,” he said, while addressing the National Assembly. The premier went on to say that although he has not formally approached any party for the change... Read more
New born baby girl left in DHQ hospital ground
Muzaffargarh: A new born baby girl was found in ground of District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital today. Hospital sources said that unknown parents left a new born baby girl in ground of DHQ Muzaffargarh, who was taken into possession by administration. The administration was searching for the parents of the... Read more
PM says loadshedding to end in three years
Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has claimed that load-shedding will end in next three years. The PM asserted this in National Assembly while replying to points raised by Nawab Ali Wassan of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP). The PM said that there would be no load-shedding in Pakistan after three... Read more
Zarb-e-Azb: 10 more terrorists killed
Miranshah: At least ten terrorists were killed in Pakistan Army’s ongoing Zarb-e-Azb operation against terrorists in North Waziristan on Thursday. According to the ISPR, the terrorists were killed in Data Khel area last night. Pakistan began the long-awaited push to clear the militant’s bases from North Waziristan Agency in... Read more
Four policemen shot dead in Quetta
Quetta : Gunmen on motorcycles shot dead four policemen in Quetta on Thursday. The shootings took place in the Pashtunabad neighbourhood of Quetta as the police were conducting a patrol in their vehicle. “Four policemen were martyred when their vehicle came under attack from both sides while passing through... Read more