A youth martyred by Indian shelling across LoC
An innocent young boy Inzamam s/o M Amin aged 19 embraced shahadat due to Indian unprovoked and targeted firing...
Defence attaches visit Rawalakot Sector along LoC
Defence Attaches of US, UK, France, China, Turkey and Indonesia visited Line of Control in Rawalakot Sector of AJ&K....
Pakistan retain top T20 ranking after ICC error
Australian cricket chiefs have clarified that Pakistan still top the Twenty20 world rankings, despite Australia’s victory in the T20...
Pak Army issues formal statement on Parachinar aftermath
Army is closely following the sectarian and ethnic colour being deliberately given to recent spate of incidents in the country by hostile intelligence agencies / sponsored anti state elements. Inter Services Public Relations(ISPR) in a statement said, having failed to divide us through terrorism, our enemy is now trying... Read more
Ravi Shastri to apply for India coach job
Former captain Ravi Shastri will apply to become India´s head coach after the national cricket board extended the application deadline following Anil Kumble´s shock exit, reports said Wednesday. “Yes, I have decided to apply for the job,” the cricketer-turned-television commentator was quoted as saying by the New Indian Express.... Read more
Demonetisation 2.0: Indian businesses brace for biggest-ever tax reform
Businessman Pankaj Jain is so worried about the impending launch of a new sales tax in India that he is thinking of shutting down his tiny textile factory for a month to give himself time to adjust. Jain is one of millions of small business owners who face wrenching... Read more
Seven Pakistanis killed in Jeddah traffic accident
A tleast 10 including 7 members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MPA Sadia Sohail’s brother-in-law family killed in road accident on Madinah highway Tuesday morning. According to Saudi Department of Civil Defence, Pakistani citizens killed include Javed Rana, his wife, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandson and three others. According to ‘Saudi Gazette’, the... Read more
Model Miranda Kerr turns in $8.1m in jewelry tied to Malaysia scandal
Australian model Miranda Kerr has turned over $8.1 million worth of jewellery to the US Justice Department following allegations that the items were linked to a massive money-laundering scheme involving a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund. Kerr handed over the jewelry — given to her by Malaysian financier Jho Low... Read more
Video anchor Irza Khan falls from crane
92 News channel’s female anchor, Irza Khan sustained injuries after she fell from the crane while covering the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Pakistan Ehtesab Rally in Lahore. According to witnesses, the incident took place after  Irza Khan, fainted due to suffocation and hot weather. She received head and arm injuries but could not be... Read more
BLA leader Abdul  Rasool alias Ustad surrenders to security forces
Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) activist Abdul  Rasool alias Ustad / Borjon / Boss along with his group  surrendered to Security Forces along with his group and weapons /  ammunition. According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), BLA activist Abdul  Rasool alias Ustad was involved in terrorist activities in Pasni,... Read more
5 killed as car plunges into ravine near Gilgit
Five people were killed as a car plunged into a ravine Wednesday morning, said the police. The vehicle was en route to Gilgit from Chilas when the accident occurred on Karakoram Highway, according to the police. The injured person was shifted to the district headquarters hospital, but later succumbed... Read more
Multinationals hit by global wave of cyberattacks
A global wave of cyberattacks that began in Russia and Ukraine on Tuesday wrought havoc on government and corporate computer systems as it spread to Western Europe and across the Atlantic. Several multinational companies said they were targeted, including US pharmaceutical giant Merck, Russian state oil giant Rosneft, British... Read more
Two alpinists go missing on Pakistan’s ‘Killer Mountain’
Two alpinists, a Spaniard and an Argentinian, have gone missing while attempting to summit a peak in northern Pakistan nicknamed “Killer Mountain”, mountaineering experts said Tuesday. “Alberto Zerain, a Spanish alpinist, and Mariano Galvan, an Argentinian national, went missing while trying to climb Nanga Parbat,” the world´s ninth highest... Read more