Ehsanullah Ehsan confession statement
Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released a video confessional statement of former Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar (JuA) spokesman...
Serena to be back on the court after baby
Superstar athlete Serena Williams late Tuesday promised she would be back on the court after becoming a mom, with...
Uber wants to launch ´flying cars´ by 2020
Uber said Tuesday it wants to launch a system of flying cars to move people around cities, with a...
4 years of siege: Nubl and Al-Zahra finaly liberated from ISIL in Syria
The Syrian army broke the ISIL terrorists’ four-year-long siege of the Shiite-populated towns of Nubl and Al-Zahra in Northern Aleppo province barely a  few minutes ago. The siege of the strategic towns was removed after four years in an army offensive from the Eastern side of the two towns,... Read more
India makes business visa rules more difficult for Pakistani entrepreneurs with ‘Rs10 million rule’
Pakistani entrepreneurs seeking the special business visa known as the ‘India business card’ for SAARC nations should run an enterprise worth INR10 million, Indian Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has decided. India is open to the free movement of entrepreneurs in the South Asian region, but permission for Pakistani... Read more
Pakistani man charged with importing fake Viagra in USA
A Pakistani man was indicted twice for importing and selling counterfeit prescription drugs including Viagra. He made his first appearance in a US district court in Denver last week. Junaid Qadir, 33, is accused of selling commercial and wholesale quantities of fake or unapproved versions of Viagra, Lorazepam, Alprazolam,... Read more
Switching roles: Ali Zafar to appear in item number for Tere Bin Laden’s sequel
Ali Zafar,  the singer turned actor will be making a special appearance in a song titled ‘Six Pack Abs’, in the sequel to his hit blockbuster “Tere Bin Ladin” which he naturally had to bulk up for. Talking to the Indian media, the 35-year-old recalls all the hard work he... Read more
“India should let Pakistani films run”: Arth star Mohib Mirza
Mohib Mirza  stars in the Pakistani remake of Mahesh Bhatt’s Arth. And he wastes no time in letting the Indian media  know about the Pakistani film industry. He first advocates for the screening of Pakistani films in India: “Mujhe thoda feel hota hai Pakistani film industry ya Pakistani TV... Read more
Ibtihaj: 1st US athlete to compete in Olympics wearing a hijab
Ibtihaj Muhammad, an internationally-ranked saber fencer, has qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio last weekend making her the first US athlete to compete in the games while wearing the  hijab ( islamic head covering). The 30-year-old from New Jersey won a bronze medal at the Women’s Saber... Read more
Taliban terrorists gun down 10-year-old war hero in Afghanistan
The Afghan government declared 10 year old Wasil Ahmad a hero for leading a militia’s defense against a Taliban siege last year, they  paraded him in front of cameras in a borrowed police uniform too big for him. However, earlier yesterday the Taliban triumphantly announced that they had assassinated him with two bullets... Read more
Are we alone in this universe? CIA documents reveal UFO data
“Are we alone in this universe?” This question has fascinated the homo sapian species. And despite all the technological advancements and being able to land the mission on Mars, scientists still do not have any conclusive answer to the this age-old question. Sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and... Read more
6 booked for shaving man’s head in Rawalpindi
Police in Bhara Kahu near Rawalpindi have booked six men for shaving a man’s head, beard and mustache. They had accused him of having an illict relationship with a woman. Zuber Arif told the police that Nazak along with five other unidentified persons intercepted him in a market in... Read more
Saudi Arabia: Women not allowed in Starbucks in Riyadh
Saudi women going to the Starbucks café in Riyadh were surprised to find a board at the door asking them to keep out of the place, according to Emirates 24/7. The notice, in Arabic as well as English, reads, “Please no entry for ladies, only send your driver to... Read more
“Pakistan must act now to prevent Zika epidemic” insists top physicians body
As the World Health Organisation declared the Zika pandemic a global health emergency, a group of physicians earlier today urged Pakistan to take all possible measures to prevent the spread of the malady in the country. “It is not if but when this devastating virus will show its ugly... Read more
Ex-TTP’s ‘Sajna’ still alive? Drone targeting the top militan kills 18 terrorists
At least eighteen Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants of the proscribed organisation’s Sajna group were killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan’s Paktika province earlier yesterday night, security sources said. Members of the TTP offshoot were holding a meeting in Paktika’s Birmal area during which its leader Khan Said Sajna... Read more
PIA workers continue their strike:  Flight schedule affected
The illegal strike by the workers of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) still continues today due to which several flights were cancelled as well. The protest against the reported privatization of the PIA continues and the flight schedule in various cities has been cancelled due to which private airlines... Read more
Spending on Halal food may rise 10.8% per year
Peoples spending on Halal food and lifestyle products could rise 10.8% per year until 2019 and may well create an international industry worth $3.7 trillion, according to the latest Global Islamic Economy Report. Commissioned by the Government of Dubai and produced by Thomson Reuters in collaboration with strategy and... Read more