Four killed, dozens injured in stampede at Honduran soccer match
At least four people died and dozens were injured in a stampede when hundreds of fans tried to break...
German Hollywood star Kruger ditches glamour to win at Cannes
German-born Hollywood star Diane Kruger cast her glamorous image and returned to her roots to win best actress at...
Man, 19, arrested in connection with Manchester attack, bringing total to 15: GM Police
British police arrested a 19-year-old man on Sunday, the 15th person to be taken into custody in connection with...
PIA denies stoppage of salary to employees
A spokesman of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has denied reports regarding stoppage of salary to the employees. “News item being reported by a segment of media regarding stoppage of payment of salaries to PIA employees is baseless,” he said. “The salaries of PIA employees are being processed and... Read more
Court Issues Non-bailable Arrest Warrants of 9 MQM Leaders
A court in Karachi issued non-bailable arrest warrants for nine Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leaders for violating the loudspeaker act. According to sources, the nine MQM leaders include Farooq Sattar, Waseem Akhtar and Haider Abbas Rizvi. Earlier, the case was lodged against the MQM leaders including Faisal Sabzawari, Kanwar... Read more
Aitzaz Hassan 2nd death anniversary today
Aitzaz Hassan, achieved martyr status  while stopping a suicide bomber from entering his school in Hangu  in 2014 is being remembered on his second death anniversary today. Functions were organized at schools in Imrahimzai Village and across the country to pay glowing tributes to the national hero. Aitzaz was standing outside his... Read more
COAS firms on zero tolerance for terrorist organizations
Chief of the Army Staff  (COAS) General Raheel Sharif reiterated Zero tolerance for terrorist organizations and  instructed on continues efforts for sustainable peace and security. The COAS while heading army high level meeting of Corps Commander Conference at General Headquarters (GHQ) remarked that zero tolerance for terrorist organizations and... Read more
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No place in team for Butt, Asif….for now: Chief Selector PCB
Chief selector of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Haroon Rasheed has ruled out a national team comeback at this point in time for Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, who will resume playing domestic cricket from January 10 in the National One-day Championship. The PCB has permitted the duo to play... Read more
Bollywood’s Sanjay Dutt to be released from prison
Senior Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt will be released from prison next month after serving a sentence for possessing weapons supplied by gangsters behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts, reports said today. The star will walk free from Yerwada Central Jail in the western state of Maharashtra on February 27,... Read more
Pak Foreign Office orders Bangladesh diplomat to leave Pakistan
The Foreign Office in Islamabad  has ordered Bangladesh’s woman diplomat to leave the country within the next 72 hours. According to sources, FO has issued an order of the Bangladeshi diplomat Moushumi Rahman expulsion. Moushumi has been asked to leave on “violation of diplomatic norms”. Ealier, Pakistan recalled its female diplomat from... Read more
Terror financing: SBP freezes 129 bank accounts linked in
The State Bank of Pakistan(SBP) has blocked about 129 bank accounts that have been linked to terror financing. According to SBP 121 bank accounts having a sum of around Rs.1 billion have been blocked under the United Nations (UN) regulations to check international terror financing and eight accounts having a sum... Read more
Terror attacks register steep decline thought out country
There has been a steep decline in terrorist incidents by 48 percent across the country during 2015 as compared to 2014. Pakistan Institute of Peace Studies (PIPS) Annual Security Report earlier yesterday pointed out that 625 attacks were reported during the last year. The report said year 2015 ended... Read more
UAF VC brushes aside criticism for rusticating PhD student
University of Agriculture of Faisalabad Vice Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmed on Tuesday said media was telling “one-side story” of the episode even as he brushed  aside criticism emanating from punitive action taken against a doctorate student, Syed Kashan Haider Gilani, a PhD student, was asked to leave the university after... Read more
Motorcycle rickshaws back in Karachi: SC verdict
Lifting a five-month ban, the Supreme Court has allowed plying of motorcycle-rickshaws, commonly known as Qingqis, in Karachi, earlier today. The orders were issued by a two-member SC bench headed by Justice Gulzar Ahmed who heard the case and issued verdict. In its ruling, the court allowed plying of... Read more
Stunning development: North Korea tests H bomb!
North Korea announced today morning that it had successfully carried out its first ever ‘hydrogen bomb’ test, a development that, if confirmed, would marking a hughe stunning step forward in its nuclear arsenal development. “The republic’s first hydrogen bomb test has been successfully performed at 10:00am on January 6,... Read more