Iran’s Mahan Air to launch Tehran-Lahore flights from Dec 18
Iran’s Mahan Air has announced two weekly flights between Tehran and Lahore from December 18. According to Iranian state...
Modric latest La Liga player to be accused of tax fraud
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has been accused by Spanish prosecutors of tax fraud of up to 870,728 euros...
North Korea tests most advanced missile yet; US mainland in range
North Korea test fired its most advanced intercontinental ballistic yet on Wednesday, putting the US mainland within range and...
Pakistan deploys an estimated  10,000 troops for Moharram
Pakistan is deploying some 10,000 soldiers and 6,000 paramilitary troops to prevent sectarian violence during the holy month of Moharram, the interior minister sais in a statement issued earlier today. Moharram, which begins on Thursday and sees Shiites hold gatherings and processions to mourn the martyrdom of the Prophet... Read more
England fight back after Malik’s massive double ton
Openers Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali batted slowly but reliably to take England to 56-0 after Shoaib Malik’s double century lifted Pakistan to a mammoth total in the first Test in Abu Dhabi earlier today. Cook was unbeaten on 39 and with him Ali 15 not out as England... Read more
Mardan: KP’s first bomb proof high-security prison inaugurated today
 Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Khattak inaugurated a bomb proof high-security prison in Mardan earlier today. The chief minister said there will only be one high-security prison in the province with a capacity of 2,200 prisoners. “There will only be one high-security prison in our province the rest will... Read more
Modi calls Muslim’s extremely brutal murder over beef merely ‘unfortunate’
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke his silence at last earlier today over the lynching of a Muslim man suspected of eating beef, calling it “unfortunate”, after criticism over his failure to speak out. In effect tacitly approving the killing. Modi has been directly implicated in the anti Muslim... Read more
Disgraced pace ace Aamir fined over verbal spat with PIA batsmen
Match-fixing convicted sper fast-bowler Muhammad Aamir has been hit with a fine of 50 percent of his match fee for hurling abuses against PIA batsmen during a domestic game between PIA and SSGC in Faisalabad. 25-year-old Aamir, who is trying hard to make a comeback into national colors on... Read more
Zee TV’s ‘Mohabat Ki Akhri Kahani’: Ahsan Khan, Saba Qamar give views a taste of  Sindh’s ‘Moomal Rano’
Looks like local drama scene is not the only thing Ahsan Khan and Saba Qamar are rocking these days — the duo has been signed up for an upcoming Zee TV’s short film Mohabat Ki Akhri Kahani based on popular Sindhi folklore Moomal Rano. Set to be directed by... Read more
UK race attack: Muslim woman doused in alcohol
A Muslim woman had  alcohol thrown at her an apparent hate crime on a train in the UK as other passengers silently watched on, researchers have revealed. “A group of men waved alcoholic drinks in my face, asking me if I wanted some. They continued to chant ‘we are... Read more
Dosti bus brings back 14 stranded Pakistanis home from New Delhi
Fourteen stranded Pakistanis, who were scheduled to return home by the Samjhota Express, arrived in Lahore on Tuesday from Delhi via the ‘Dosti Bus’ service. Their Indian visas had expired and they were to return to Lahore by the Samjhota train on Oct 8 and then on Oct 12... Read more
National bicycle race: Tour de Galyat  begins
Around  74 cyclists are expected to participate in the Tour de Galyat National Cycle Race, which began on Tuesday from its starting point at the Pakistan Sports Complex. During the two-day race, cyclists will ride to Nathiagali via Abbottabad. Minutes before starting his journey Mohammad Younis Baloch, who is... Read more
Indian media story on Pakistani leadership knowing about Osama’s presence is ‘utter nonsense claims Mukhtar
Chaudhry Ahmad Mukhtar,  Pakistan’s defence minister between 2008 and 2012, has vehemently denied telling CNN-IBN that President Asif Ali Zardari, then army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and the joint chief of staff were aware that Bin Laden was living in Abbottabad. Late on Tuesday, CNN-IBN reported that Pakistan’s top civilian and... Read more
Samjhauta Express resumed once again
India will resume the Samjhauta Express from Thursday onwards, a week after the train service was suspended over security concerns, officials said in a statement issued earlier today. The train will depart from Lahore for India on schedule on Thursday morning, officials said. Last week, Indian authorities had denied... Read more
New Rs.5 coin to hit the streets from tomorrow
The State Bank of Pakistan will issue Rs5 coin of a new size and changed metal composition from tomorrow onwords. The new coins will be issued through the exchange counters of all the field offices of SBP Banking Services Corporation from Oct 15 (Thursday). The coin weighs 3 grams... Read more
Gunmen rob KFC outlet

Gunmen rob KFC outlet

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 Three unidentified armedmen robbed the KFC restaurant on Benazir Bhutto Road in Saddar area after midnight on Tuesday. The men walked away with cash and the CCTV system. The robbers parked their motorcycles outside the fast food restaurant, which is located close to the defence ministry, and snatched the... Read more
Dilip twice visited Pakistan on secret missions claims former FM Kasuri
Only a day after he stood his ground against rabidly anti-Pakistan protesters in Mumbai, former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri visited Dilip Kumar on Tuesday, saying the ageing movie idol, also a frequent target of Shiv Sena violence, was an apostle of peace between the two countries. The actor... Read more