25 people killed in Malaysian school fire
Twenty-five people were killed when a fire tore through a religious school in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on...
Ronaldo fires holders Real to easy victory over APOEL
An imperious Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice on his first competitive start of the season as Real Madrid beat APOEL...
Two subcontractors arrested for Multan Metro Bus project
 Two subcontractors associated with Multan Metro Bus project has been arrested on Wednesday. The accused contractors, identified as Salman Iqbal...
Two subcontractors arrested for Multan Metro Bus project
 Two subcontractors associated with Multan Metro Bus project has been arrested on Wednesday. The accused contractors, identified as Salman Iqbal and Sheikh Ijaz Asghar, have been nominated over charges of showing association with Capital Engineering and Construction Company. Both contactors claimed to have a contract for the Multan Metro Bus... Read more
CPEC – an exemplary project for economic development in Pakistan: Dr Hongca
Characterizing the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) an exemplary pilot project for economic development in Pakistan, Dr Xu Hongcai, Chinese Deputy Chief Economist, Wednesday said achievements on diverse economic fronts had started taking place, lending credence to the overarching Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Presenting threadbare and comprehensive exposition on... Read more
Ban on Ansar-ul-Sharia soon: Ahsan
Minister for Interior Ahsan Iqbal Wednesday said the government will soon impose ban on Ansar-ul Sharia, a terrorist group involved in attack on Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader in Karachi. Talking to media here, the minister said the mastermind of the attack had been arrested and other culprits will... Read more
Matches to help revive world sports activities in Pakistan: CM
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has said the arrival of international cricketers as part of the World-XI to Pakistan would help revive international sports activities in the country. He hoped that many more international teams would also visit Pakistan, adding that it would give a message to the... Read more
Imran Khan fail to submit record of $100,000 relating to Bani Gala
The Supreme Court bench resumed hearing Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s disqualification case today. During the hearing Imran Khan’s lawyer Naeem Bokhari admitted in court that a record of $100,000 pertaining to the cricketer-turned-politician’s Bani Gala mansion was not found. The chief justice remarked that Imran Khan yet... Read more
Solution to Afghanistan issue lies only in dialogue, not war: President
President Mamnoon Hussain Tuesday said that the issue of Afghanistan could only be resolved through dialogue and not war. Addressing a gathering of Pakistani academia and intelligentsia here, the President reiterated that Pakistan would continue assisting their Afghan brethren for stability in their country. Among those who attended the event included Ambassador... Read more
Pakistan, Turkey to continue working together for peace in Afghanistan
Emphasizing that lasting peace in Afghanistan was important for stability in the region, Turkish President Recip Tayyep Erdogan and Foreign Minister Khwaja Muhammad Asif Tuesday agreed that Pakistan and Turkey would continue to work together for peace and stability in Afghanistan. According to Foreign Office, the foreign minister during... Read more
Abdullah Shah Ghazi’s Urs commence today
 The three-day celebrations of the 1,287th Urs of Abdullah Shah Ghazi commenced in Karachi today. Sindh Minister for Labour, Transport and Information Syed Nasir Hussain Shah inaugurated Shah, laid a floral wreath, offered Fateha and prayed for the progress and development of the country. Extraordinary security measures have been... Read more
Supreme Court to hear Panama case review petitions today
A three-member bench of the Supreme Court will take up the review petitions of Nawaz Sharif, his children, son-in-law and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar today. The three member bench of the apex court is headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan and comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ehsan,... Read more
Mohammad Amir welcomes his baby
Mohammad Amir felt compelled Tuesday to announce his first ever child. Amir’s wife gave birth to a baby boy on Tuesday morning in London. Mohmmad Amir, shared an adorable picture with his new born baby ahead of the historic Independence Cup series. Amir shared his new born picture on... Read more
COAS highlights Pakistan’s concerns on Australia visit
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) reached Australia on two days official visit on invitation of Australian Army Chief. Upon arrival at the Defence Forces Headquarters in Canberra, COAS was given a tri service Guard of Honour. COAS called on Australian Army Chief Lieutenant General Angus... Read more
Palm oil imports surge by over 68 percent in July
The palm oil imports into the country surged by 68.56 percent during the month of July 2017 compared to the same month of the last year. Pakistan imported palm oil worth $176.600 million in July 2017 compared to the imports of $104.771 million in July 2016, showing growth of... Read more
Governing Council supervising compilation process to ensure census credibility: Bajwa
In order to ensure credibility of the 6th Population and Housing Census, a high-powered Governing Council has been supervising compilation of the census data, Chief Census Commissioner, Asif Bajwa said on Monday. “Qualified and professional demographers are the members of the governing council team,” Bajwa said while addressing a press conference... Read more
US sanctions would be counter-productive: Abbasi
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said it would be counter-productive for the United States to sanction Pakistani officials or further cut military assistance, warning it would hurt both countries’ fight against militancy. US-Pakistan relations have frayed since President Donald Trump last month set out a new Afghanistan policy and... Read more