Five fallen Pakistani personnel to get UN medals on Int’l Day of UN Peacekeepers
Five fallen Pakistani peacekeepers are among the over 100 who will be posthumously honoured at the annual observance of...
Five PIA cabin crew members arrested in drugs recovery case
Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) have arrested five members of the cabin crew of Pakistan International Airlines London-bound plane. According to...
19 killed at Manchester concert blast: British police
Nineteen people have been killed in a suspected explosion at the end of a pop concert by US star...
Its official! ISPR confirms media reports of Shabaz Taseer’s recovery
 Shahbaz Taseer, son of murdered Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, has been recovered after well over four years of his abduction. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Inter Services Public Relations confirmed the recovery of Shahbaz from Kuchlak, on outskirts of Quetta. Aitzaz Goraya, head of the Balochistan’s Counter-Terrorism Department... Read more
Internet giant Google features Malala’s doodle on International Women’s Day
Google marked the International Women’s Day today with an interesting video featuring women of substance  from all around the globe, including the world’s youngest ever Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. Malala and activist Muzoon Almellehan, dubbed the Syrian Malala, appear together in the video, saying “One day, we will see... Read more
MQM to launch ‘cleansing’ drive claims Farooq Sattar
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) earlier today announced the launch of a ‘cleansing’ drive to rid the city of garbage and other “evils”. Instead of responding to barrage of criticism and allegations levelled by former senior MQM leader Dr Sagheer Ahmed earlier yesterday, MQM leader Dr Farooq Sattar relied on innuendos... Read more
Retired Indian soldiers protest against Indo-Pak T20 match in Dharamsala
The Himachal Pradesh chief minister, Virbhadra Singh said that Pakistan team will be provided fool proof security in the March 18 clash against bitter rivals India but the ex-serviemen and the protesting families of the Indian deceased servicemen will also not be stopped. Meanwhile, former servicemen of India and the... Read more
Historical 1st: White House to release casualty figures on drone strikes
 The White House for the first time ever, will release actual casualty figures stemming from its highly controversial drone program, officials said earlier yesterday, amidst widespread criticism that the airstrikes often kill civilians instead of the intended terrorists. Lisa Monaco, President Barack Obama’s top homeland security adviser, said the administration will... Read more
Kashmir cannot be precondition for Indo-Pak talks Insists British foreign secretary
 Visiting British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond earlier today said that,”the issue of Jammu and Kashmir should not be a pre-condition for resumption of India-Pakistan dialogue and urged both countries not to provide space to non-state actors, militants and terrorists to derail the talks process.” Hammond arrived in Islamabad early... Read more
India: Teenaged girl raped, set on fire
A 15-year-old Indian girl is fighting for her life after she was supposedly raped and set on fire at a village near New Delhi earlier yesterday. The girl’s parents found her on fire, screaming from their terrace in Noida. She was rushed to the hospital with 95 per cent... Read more
Car Chabi: Lahore-based start-up creates app to replace car keys
Two young entrepreneurs in Lahore have teamed up to launch an app that lets an individual control his/her car from a smartphone. Aptly named Car Chabi, the app lets you do away with your car keys. You can lock, unlock, start, and stop your car from your phone. It also lets you secure the... Read more
Criminal cases registered against 3 Karachi police officials
Criminal cases have been registered against three former officials of the Karachi Police department on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Supreme Court of Pakistan had directed Inspector General of Police to take action in Karachi law and order situation case. Cases were registered against former SHO... Read more
‘Honour’ killing: Young couple shot dead in Karachi for marrying of their free will
In a clear cut ‘honour killing’ case, a young couple from North Waziristan Agency was mercilessly murdered in a Karachi neighbourhood earlier yesterday for marrying of their free will. Khan Gul, 24, and his wife Shabeena, 22, were killed allegedly by the woman’s uncle and his son inside their house in Orangi... Read more
‘Pakistan welcomes Malaysian tourists’ said Minister
“Malaysia has expressed willingness to cooperate for tourism development. This will help strengthen bilateral ties,” Minister for Education, Youth and Tourism Rana Mashhood said at a seminar held in Lahore earlier yesterday. The Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Hasrul Sani bin Mujtabar was also present. Mashhood welcomed Malindo Air... Read more
21 terrorists liquidated in Shawal valley
Security forces have eliminated at least 21 terrorists since last night in Shawal valley of North Waziristan, ISPR stated in a press release issued earlier today. Read : Shawal Valley: US Drone strike kills five suspected militants Read more
Apex court rejects police report on Karachi law and order yet again
The Supreme Court earlier today once again rejected the police report submitted by the Inspector General Police (IGP) Ghulam Haider Jamali on the law and order situation in Karachi. The five-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, heard the Karachi law and order suo... Read more
Noori working with Indian band for upcoming single ‘Yaarian’
 Rock band Noori may have called Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh as their final release but it seems the duo of Ali Hamza and Ali Noor have another hit up their sleeve. Their fans would certainly not complain hearing that the band is set to release a single that will see... Read more