Stunning Lyon, Starc catches floor England
Two freakish Australian catches rocked England´s diminishing hopes of saving the second Ashes Test on a fast-moving third day...
‘Kwaussie’ named Australian word of the year
Inspired by a dual citizenship crisis plaguing politics in Australia, the term “Kwaussie” — a mix of Kiwi and...
Pakistan has potential for strong economic growth: study
Pakistan has the potential for achieving strong economic growth till 2030, says a study, provided it successfully overcomes five major...
Shock, fear grip German town after suicide attack
Residents of Ansbach were left reeling Monday after a Syrian suicide bomber blew himself up outside a music festival, shattering the sleepy calm of this picture-postcard southern German city. Few in the prosperous city of 40,000 people, whose old town is filled with well-preserved half-timbered houses, could have conceived... Read more
Anderson in the wickets as England rout Pakistan
James Anderson marked his return to international duty with three wickets as England beat Pakistan by a massive 330 runs to win the second Test at his Old Trafford home ground on Monday. Pakistan, set a mammoth 565 for victory, were bowled out for 234 in their second innings... Read more
Salman Khan cleared in poaching cases
An Indian court on Monday acquitted Bollywood superstar Salman Khan of killing protected wildlife 18 years ago, ending the latest long-running case against the actor. Khan was convicted in 2006 of hunting rare gazelles while he was shooting a film in the northern state of Rajasthan eight years earlier.... Read more
CCTV footage captures ‘ghost woman’ following man into taxi
In CCTV footage captures ghost woman’ following man into taxi. Initially, it seems out of the ordinary as the man in a white shirt waits for a cab in a quiet Japanese town. But as he makes his way towards the waiting car, a dark figure moves behind him for... Read more
Fire kills 38 in Madagascar, including 16 children: police
A house fire during a party in central Madagascar on Saturday night killed 38 people including 16 children as the blaze ripped through a thatched roof, police said Monday. The victims — the youngest only six months old — were trapped inside the house in Ambalavato village of Ikalamavony... Read more
World needs 31,000 new pilots a year: Boeing
Global airlines will need an average of 31,000 new pilots every year for the next two decades as the air transport industry expands, Boeing said on Monday. In its annual forecast of industry staffing needs, the US aircraft builder said staffing needs at carriers will also grow quickly for... Read more
Arab summit slams terror waged in name of Islam
A 22-nation Arab summit tackling the region’s crises, despite splits over Iran and Turkey, was cut back to a single day Monday due to the absence of the heavyweight leaders of Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stayed at home because of “a busy domestic schedule”... Read more
COAS arrives in Egypt on two day official visit
Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif arrived in Egyptian capital Cairo on a two- day official visit. COAS was presented guard of honour in Army Headquarter. General Raheel Sharif met Egyptian Chief of Staff and Defence Minister separately and discussed Pak-Egypt military to military relations, enhanced... Read more
Cyber Crimes Bill likely to be tabled in Senate tomorrow
Senate Standing Committee onInformation Technology and Telecommunication is likely to table Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2016 in the House on Tuesday after completing consultation with the concerned ministry. The committee meeting chaired by Shahi Syed Monday discussed the bill in detail which is must to get passed from... Read more
England set Pakistan daunting 565-run target
Pakistan were 47 for two, needing a further 518 runs to reach their victory target of 565, at lunch on the fourth day of the second Test against England at Old Trafford on Monday. Mohammad Hafeez was 24 not out and Younis Khan 12 not out. Earlier, England declared... Read more
Murali mounts blistering attack on Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s record-breaking spinner Muttiah Muralitharan launched a blistering attack Monday on his former bosses after they complained about his behaviour in his new role as a mentor to Australia. After his former employers said Muralitharan was damaging his legacy, the 44-year-old accused Sri Lanka’s board of setting him... Read more
Prince Harry regrets not talking sooner about Diana’s death
Britain’s Prince Harry has spoken about how he regrets not talking sooner about the impact of the death of his mother, Princess Diana. Diana died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, when Harry was 12 and his brother Prince William was 15. Harry, now 31 and fifth... Read more
Pakistan records increase in mobile phone imports
Mobile phone imports in the country have registered 4.23 percent increase during year 2015-16 as compared to same period of previous year. Total imports of mobile phone stood at $ 753.22 million in 2015-16, slightly up from $ 722.622 million in same period previous year. According to Pakistan Bureau... Read more
Schools reopen after summer break in Sindh
The public and private schools in Karachi and across the Sindh have reopened after summer vacations today (Monday). All the educational institutions were to have resumed classes on July 25, 2016, however, now commenced their activities today, Private news channel reported. Sindh government had announced holidays from May 25... Read more