Speedo Bus Service to be launched in Bahawalpur, Lodhran
Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif says his government is spending billions of rupees for the provision of comfortable and...
Road ire claims life in Karachi
One person killed and three injured on Sunday morning after a vehicle was fired upon at the Sea View...
LEAs arrest 11 terrorists, recover huge cache of weapons in Balochistan
FC Balochistan, intelligence Agencies and levies conducted Intelligence Based Operations (IBOs)  in various parts of Balochistan. According to the...
Violence cannot be tolerated during talks – Hamza Shahbaz
Hamza Shahbaz said that peace negotiations with Taliban were started with a sincere intention despite all reservations and government cannot tolerate attacks during the dialogue process. Our desire for talks should not be treated as our weakness. But we still want to resolve this issue through talks. He also said that few... Read more
Morne Morkel spell fires up South Africa
Morne Morkel spell supported South Africa to control the second test against Australia as the visitors hobbles to third day lunch on 205 for eight at St George’s Park. At  lunch Australia still trail by 218 on the first innings. Morne Morkel said South African should not assume the expected slower pitch conditions for... Read more
Ceasefire should be from both parties – Maulana Sami ul Haq
Maulana Sami ul Haq (JUI-S), who is also chief of the TTP negotiation committee  appealed to the government and TTP to announce a ceasefire immediately without any conditions. He  also said that ceasefire should be declared by both sides at the same time. Read more
bomber got killed while fixing a bomb in Peshawar
According to Peshawar Police the bomber was killed while fixing a bomb.  The police also believes that the objective was to disturb the ‘Sehat Ka Insaf’ vaccination campaign. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government  has launched the fourth phase of its health program Sehat Ka Insaf today in Peshawar amid tight security. Read more
3 female Students of Islamic University locked in hotel room by the administration
The local news channels reported that three female students of  Islamic University were locked in their rooms for 16 hours by the University administration, were rescued today. The university administration had locked three students three students in their rooms since last night and threatened them with serious consequences. No food... Read more
Despite doubts Kabul offers to probe deaths of FC soldiers
Kabul has issued a statement on Friday on PKs reservations of killing 23 FC soldiers on its territories. Afghanistan’s foreign ministry responding to the claims said there was no evidence to validate that the killings occurred on Afghan territory. The Afghan foreign ministry said in a statement. “The government... Read more
Bad Boy “Rooney” signs £300,000/week deal with MU
MU striker Rooney who has still 18 months on his previous deal enters into a new contract which will reportedly pay £300,000 ($498,840) a week. The deal also includes become a club ambassador when he retires from the game. The four-year  will expire on June 2019. Read more
Security Agencies do not have women and children of TTP in custody – ISPR
ISPR has rejected the allegations of TTP having  their women and children  in custody.  ISPR spokesperson said that these allegations against security forces are unsubstantiated, false and baseless propaganda by the TTP. Read more
Protesters in Ukraine are apparently in full control
Despite  the pact signed on Friday to formed and elections, thousands of people have remained in a central square, demanding the president’s resignation. The BBC’s  reporter Duncan Crawford reported that the roads leading up to the presidential building are now controlled by protesters. The gates are locked, with only a few... Read more
Protest continues in Ukraine despite the deal
Protesters are still in Kiev’s main square despite a deal signed  by President Viktor Yanukovych and the opposition, says a unity government will be formed and a presidential election held. But protesters do not believe Mr Yanukovych can be trusted. Mr. Obama and Mr. Putin have agreed that the... Read more
TTP attacks has frightened the Kalash
TTP’s threat of attacks has frightened the Kalash tribe living in Chitral. It has been reported that the Taliban threat had filled more than 3,500 members of this community with terror. The head of the kalash tribe while giving an interview to a local newspaper disclosed that these threats had terrified the... Read more
“35 Punctures” – Sethi sends notice to Imran
The head of PTI’s central media cell, Chaudhry Rizwan, confirmed that the party had received the defamation notice delivered on behalf of Mr. Sethi. He said the party’s legal team was going through the notice and a formal response would be given after the expected return of Mr. Khan... Read more
MQM central coordination (Rabita) committee decided to hold the rally.
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is scheduled to stage a rally in the port city of Karachi tomorrow to show its solidarity with the Pakistan Army, Rangers and other law enforcement personnel fighting against terrorism. The rally would be held on Karachi’s Shahrah-e-Quaideen at 3 pm in the afternoon. Read more
Three days Pak-Iran joint border commission ended in Quetta
Balochistan Chief Secretary Babar Yaqoob Fateh Mohammad and the Deputy Governor of Sistan-Baluchestan province, Ali Asghar Mir Shikari did a joint press conference on Friday after the conclusion of a three-day meeting of the commission. The Pak – Iran joint border commission has stressed the need for coordinated efforts against... Read more