25 people killed in Malaysian school fire
Twenty-five people were killed when a fire tore through a religious school in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on...
Ronaldo fires holders Real to easy victory over APOEL
An imperious Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice on his first competitive start of the season as Real Madrid beat APOEL...
Mind over Matter: The Universal Key to Near Absolute Success
Whatever we try to do, each and every one of our aims as well as objectives, either long term...
Apple to commence start charging for iTunes Radio
Apple Inc has officially declared that it will soon start charging for iTunes Radio, its music-streaming service that competes with Pandora Media Inc. ITunes Radio, which was announced in 2013, will no longer be free from the end of January, Apple said in statement. The ad-supported service, available only... Read more
Serena Williams pushes aside Australian Open injury concerns
Serena Williams pushed aside concerns about her fitness on Saturday and declared herself to be “at 130 per cent” for her Australian Open title defence. The 21-times grand slam singles champion has played almost no competitive tennis since the US Open last September and pulled out of the Hopman... Read more
Winter’s first dense fog reduces Punjab to zero visibility
Heavy fog hit major parts of Punjab on Saturday morning and considerably reducing the visibility that badly affected traffic. According to details, commuters on National Highway in Lahore are facing problems due to low visibility. visibility has been reduced considerably from Lahore to Pindi Bhattian and Kala Shah Kaku to Kharian... Read more
4 Afghan spies arrested from Karachi
At least four  of Afghan intelligence personnel have been arrested in Karachi during a raid conducted by intelligence agencies in  the city. According to security sources, the law-enforcement agencies (LEAs) launched a crackdown on illegal immigrants in Rizvia Colony and arrested four personnel of Afghan army and police. Pakistan’s... Read more
BLA: Switzerland rejects Brahamdagh Bugti’s asylum plea
Switzerland authorities have reportedly rejected Brahamdagh Bugti’s appeal seeking political asylum in that country. According to sources son of  late Akbar Bugti, who is in self-exile is entitled to challenge the decision over the application, which he had filed five years ago. Brahamdagh Bugti has long been supporting insurgency and terror... Read more