Pope Francis takes a rickshaw ride in Bangladesh
Pope Francis at the Apostolic Nunciature enjoyed a rickshaw ride during a visit to St Mary´s Cathedral in Dhaka,...
Amazon brings Alexa from home to office in a new AI push
Amazon announced Thursday it is bringing its Alexa digital assistant to the workplace, expanding artificial intelligence (AI) efforts that...
Nine martyred, 30 injured in Peshawar attack
Eleven people were martyred and around 30 injured in a terrorists attack at the Directorate of Agriculture, Peshawar early...
Trump revealed intelligence secrets to Russia: officials
U.S. President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister about a planned Islamic State operation during their meeting last week, two U.S. officials with knowledge of the situation said on Monday. The intelligence, both officials said, was supplied by a U.S. ally in the fight... Read more
20 pro wrestlers including Wade Barrett, arrive in Karachi
20 international wrestlers, including former WWE star Wade Barrett, have arrived in Pakistan to participate in a top level pro-wrestling competition. Pro Wrestling Entertainment (PWE) group has arranged the pro-wrestling competition in Pakistan. Zeeshan Bashir of PWE talking to local news chanel ‘GEO News’ said “Wrestlers have finally arrived... Read more
British Police detain PIA flight crew at Heathrow Airport
The British Police have detained at least thirteen crew members of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight at the Heathrow Airport on Tuesday over security threats. According to sources, the British police detained thirteen crew members from PIA’s flight PK-758 bound from Islamabad to London. The British Police revealed that the thirteen crew... Read more
U2 scans new political landscape at US ‘Joshua Tree’ tour debut
With evocative montages of the American west scrolling on screens behind them, Irish rockers U2 kicked off the US leg of their “Joshua Tree” tour on Sunday with a few jabs at the new political landscape. The tour was billed as a look back at the band’s 1987 breakthrough... Read more
Global cyber attack slows; search on for hackers
The global WannaCry “ransomware” cyber attack slowed on Monday, with no major infections reported, as global law enforcement agencies shifted their attention to finding the hackers who unleashed it. The attack infected 300,000 machines in 150 countries, said Tom Bossert, U.S. President Donald Trump’s homeland security adviser. That would... Read more
Macron, Merkel vow new momentum for Europe
France’s new President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday vowed to give a new impetus to Europe, even if it requires treaty change, after Macron appointed a prime minister from the conservative camp. Macron, the fervently pro-European centrist sworn in as head of state on Sunday,... Read more
iPhone 8: Release date, price, rumours and news
The iPhone 7 was  released in September 2016, but iPhone 8 model featuring only iterative upgrades. iPhone 8 release marks a 1oth anniversary since the iPhone,which was first announced by Steve Jobs on 9 January 2007, and released later that year on June 29. Some reports indicates that Apple... Read more
IMF tells Berlin to act now to reduce trade surplus
Germany must act to reduce the massive trade surplus that has stoked friction with European neighbours and the United States, the International Monetary Fund warned Monday. “In 2016 Germany’s current account surplus was the world’s largest in dollar terms,” IMF economists noted in a report. “Policies that boost public... Read more
Logic topples Lamar from Billboard 200, Fonsi reaches No.1 in US
Rapper and record producer Logic toppled Kendrick Lamar from his three-week hold on the top of the Billboard 200 album charts with his new release Everybody, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures on Monday. Everybody sold 247,000 units for the week to take the No. 1 spot, while country singer... Read more
Sharapova wins opening match in Rome
Maria Sharapova broke seven times to win her opening match at the Rome Masters on Monday, with the Russian wild card advancing over American Christina McHale 6-4, 6-2. The five-time Grand Slam champion, who is coming back onto the WTA after completing a 15-month doping ban, advanced to the... Read more
Bill for Public Access to Information moved in Senate
The government on Monday presented the Right of Access to Information Bill 2017 in the Senate to promote the right of access to information and facilitate and encourage prompt disclosure of information at the lowest, most reasonable cost. Once the bill becomes an act of the Parliament, it would... Read more