Lebanon will only survive if Hezbollah disarms: Saudi minister
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Friday that Lebanon had been “hijacked” by Hezbollah and could only flourish if...
FBR extends tax filing date up to December 15
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has extended the date of filing of returns and statements for the tax...
Political risk on Wall Street? Buy the dip!
An abrupt stock selloff on Friday — sparked by a report that magnified concerns about President Donald Trump’s potential...
“Indian ceasefire violations unsuccessful attempt to distract Pak from terror fight”: COAS
The Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif visited the forward locations on the Line of Control and met soldiers deployed at the front lines. The COAS wished Eid Mubarak in advance to officers and troops. He appreciated their high state of morale, professionalism and valiance while defending the... Read more
No load shedding for industrial sector till year end
The Ministry of Water and Power has announced that all industrial sectors will be exempt from electricity load shedding till December 2015. It says that this will not only help boost economy, but also exports. In the last several years, energy shortage had been a ‘dominant constraint’ to economic... Read more
$1m raised within 24 hours after anti-Muslim comments: Carson
US Republican candidate Ben Carson said earlier today that “he’s pulling in lots of money amid all the backlash he’s received for remarks he made regarding Muslims in politics.” “I remember the day of the last debate, within 24 hours we raised $1 million. And it’s coming in at... Read more
Daraz.pk: Pakistan to  recieve part of $55 million investment
In line with its German parent’s strategy of aggressive expansion in emerging markets, Rocket Internet’s Pakistani subsidiary, Daraz.pk, has secured $55 million in the first round of funding to step up operations in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar – the three markets it already operates in. The move, according to... Read more
Hundreds of billions taken by PPP’s Dr. Asim: Rangers Report
In a detailed report on the high-profile interrogation of Asif Ali Zardari’s right hand man Dr. Asim Hussain since his arrest on August 26, the Sindh Rangers have come up with astonishing figures of corruption with hundreds of billions pocketed by Dr Asim and his bosses. The 12-page report, officially... Read more
717 pilgrims martyred, 863 injured in Mina stampede
At least 717 Hajj pilgrims were killed and nearly 863 others injured in stampede during stoning of Satan in Saudi Arabia. According to Al Arabiya News, at least 717 pilgrims have died while at least 863 others were injured when a stampede broke out in the tent city of Mina today. The Saudi civil... Read more
DSP Peshawar Central Jail murdered in Charsadda
Unidentified gunmen shot dead Deputy Superintendent of Peshawar Central Jail and his brother in Mandni area of Charsadda earlier yesterday. Police said, Zahir Shah Khan and his brother were present at their home when unidentified armed assailants shot them dead. Police have launched investigation in the incident. Read : Another... Read more
Over 40 goats crushed by train after policemen herded them on railway track
Over 40 goats meant for sale on the occasion of Eidul Azha were overrun by a train in Gujarat earlier yesterday after some policemen allegedly herded them to a railway track after their owner refused to accept the price offered by them for a goat. Traders and area people... Read more
Modi’s promise to Pakistani fishermen.. A pipe dream
With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi off on a seven-day tour of Ireland and the United States, it is increasingly unlikely that his promise to release Pakistani fishermen languishing in Indian jails will materilise before Eidul Azha. Among them is 13-year-old Ghulam Hussain from Sujawal in Sindh, whose nationality... Read more
Top coaches aboard PSL ship

Top coaches aboard PSL ship

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 High-profile coach Mickey Arthur has added his name for the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL), relocated to be played in the UAE in February 2016. Arthur is one of the top names in modern coaching, along with New Zealand’s Stephen Fleming, South Africa’s Gary Kirsten and Zimbabwe’s Andy Flower.... Read more
‘Young women players should be given chance in BD series’:Cricket Coach
 Former first-class cricketer and women’s coach Adnan Jamal has demanded  induction of budding young talent in the series against visiting Bangladesh team for grooming more women international players for future. “Inclusion of some new top performing women players will help in strengthening and expanding the pool of players in... Read more
Punjab’s iron Food lady: Teams to check eateries during Eid
Lahore: Punjab Food Authority Director Ayesha Mumtaz said earlier yesterday that, ” special teams had been formed to check food quality at eateries during Eid days.” Speaking to the media persons at the Lahore High Court, she said provision of healthy and clean food to citizens was the top... Read more
Multiple suicide bombings target Yemen mosque during Eid prayers
 Two suicide bombers blew themselves up at a mosque run by Houthi rebels in Sanaa earlier yesterday during Eidul Azha prayers, witnesses said. The blast happened in the Blili mosque near a police academy in Sanaa, which is controlled by Houthi insurgents, according to witnesses, some of whom reported... Read more
GB, AJK to get 3G and 4G internet facility
The federal government earlier yesterday decided to extend the 3G and 4G internet facility to the Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). According to a press release issued by the Federal Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, the launch of 3G and 4G internet facility in the two... Read more