Overweight Marlon Tapales stripped of off championship
Filipino Marlon Tapales has been stripped of his World Boxing Organization bantamweight title after failing to make the weight...
PPP, MQM, PML(N) stage political rallies in Karachi today
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) will stage rallies in Karachi...
Cricket: West Indies 278-9 as rain brings early close
West Indies were 278 for nine in their first innings against Pakistan when rain brought an early close to...
Judicial Commission rejects PTI’s accusations of systematic rigging
Judicial Commission to probe organised election rigging in general elections 2013 has sent its report to the Ministry of Law. Sources say that the law ministry will present the report to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday. The three-judge commission headed by the Supreme Court Chief Justice and comprising Justice Ameer... Read more
Shehzad leads Pakistan to series win over Sri Lanka
Ahmed Shehzad smashed 95 off 90 balls as Pakistan thrashed below-par Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the fourth one-day match in Colombo on Wednesday to clinch the five-match series. Mohammad Hafeez chipped in with 70 as the tourists surpassed Sri Lanka’s 256-9 in the 41st over at the... Read more
Sherjeel Memon out Nisar Khuro in as PPP govt reshuffles cabinet
The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) earlier today changed the portfolios of some of its ministers, including big names like Sharjeel Memon and Nisar Khuhro. Memon, who had the portfolios of local bodies and information has been removed from his post and given the charge of works and services and archive... Read more
India unhappy with Pakistan’s success in selling the JF-17 Thunder
After Pakistan has managed to snag its first export order of the JF-17 ‘Thunder’ fighter aircraft at the first day of the International Paris Air Show, India has become concerned. Pakistan was successful in securing its first ever export order for its JF-17 Thunder fighter at the first day... Read more
World’s first bionic eye helps UK man see
A partially sighted British pensioner has had most of his vision restored thanks to a “bionic eye” — a device that converts video images from a miniature camera installed in his glasses to his brain. The University of Manchester announced the success of the operation on retired engineer Ray... Read more
Petroleum prices may be reduced from August
Petroleum prices may be slashed from August 2015 due to reduction  of the oil in the international markets. According to sources of  the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) a reduction in domestic fuel prices is under consideration from the month of August. According to the initial report, petrol prices are likely to be reduced by... Read more
Chairman of Bahria Town Malik Riaz on Wednesday released a video and filed First Information Report (FIR) against retired Colonels Dr. Shafiq, Khalid Rasheed and Tariq Kamal for blackmailing him. Malik Riaz filed his application at the Lohi Bher police station his lawyer Dr. Babar Awan to register FIR against people... Read more
Medium flood in Indus at Rajanpur; People shifted to safer places
The district administration has set up 32 relief camps while Rescue 1122 shifted 1300 people to safer places as the medium flood situation persisted in the mighty Indus river. DCO Rajanpur Zahoor Hussain visited the flood affected areas and ordered the rescue teams to continue relief and rescue operations... Read more
Ten movies released on Eid across Pakistan
As many as ten movies including some most awaited were released on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr in an effort to revive the dying film industry of Pakistan and giving boost to the cinema industry. Following the release of Indian Movie, Bajrangi Bhaijaan which opened the fantastic response at the... Read more
Sri Lanka bat first in must-win ODI vs Pakistan
Sri Lanka’s captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and chose to bat in the crucial fourth one-day international against Pakistan in Colombo on Wednesday. Sri Lanka must win the day-night match at the Premadasa stadium to stay afloat in the five-match series which Pakistan leads by a 2-1 margin.... Read more
Senate committee recommends laws to protect targeted communities
Next week a Senate committee would take up the issue of the killings of Hazara community members in Pakistan and discuss how a fresh piece of legislation might help protect religious minorities in the country. According to official records, an estimated 1,456 members of the Hazara community have lost... Read more
PPP wakes up from stupor: Decides to take action against corrupt officials
The central leadership of the  Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has decided to shake up the Sindh cabinet and take action against corrupt officers in the provincial bureaucracy, sources told the media. A special meeting of the PPP high command, co-chaired by Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Co-Chairperson Asif Ali... Read more
PTI announces protests against MQM in London
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced to stage protest sit-ins against the Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM) in London, According to PTI sources, PTI leader Faisal Vawda will lead his party in the protest against MQM. Vawda talking to media said, he will lead an anti-MQM protest on July 25 outside MQM... Read more
Supreme Court stays Aasia Bibi’s execution
Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the execution of Aasia Bibi, a Christian woman sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court granted leave to appeal to Aasia Bibi and stated that it is essential to examine her case for administration of justice. Further, the apex court... Read more