Pakistani family drowns, 6 others survive in river Nile
An ill-fated Pakistani family drowned in the river Nile in Cairo, Egypt while six others on board survived when...
This 14-year-old Pakistani hacker made it to Google’s hall of fame
At the tender age of 14, most children see good grades in school as a big achievement. 14-year-old Muhammad Shahzad...
Rise of the machines: Pakistani roboteers hunt global football glory
Islamabad: The little striker wearing a crescent moon and star jersey lines up his penalty and kicks right, netting...
Germany arrests Pakistani accused of spying for Iran
German authorities have arrested a Pakistani man accused of spying for Iran on the former head of a group that promotes German-Israeli relations. Federal prosecutors said Thursday that the 31-year-old, identified only as Syed Mustufa H. in keeping with German privacy rules, was arrested on Tuesday in the northern... Read more
Pakistani family drowns, 6 others survive in river Nile
An ill-fated Pakistani family drowned in the river Nile in Cairo, Egypt while six others on board survived when their boat capsized after an accident. “A Pakistani, Faisal Afaq Khan, his wife Sana Urooj and 2 daughters Rumaisa and Amenah, aged 5 and 2, respectively were drowned in an... Read more
This 14-year-old Pakistani hacker made it to Google’s hall of fame
At the tender age of 14, most children see good grades in school as a big achievement. 14-year-old Muhammad Shahzad simply doesn’t conform to those lowly standards. Setting the bar really high for his peers, this security researcher and ‘ethical’ hacker from Lahore only recently discovered that Google had inducted... Read more
Rise of the machines: Pakistani roboteers hunt global football glory
Islamabad: The little striker wearing a crescent moon and star jersey lines up his penalty and kicks right, netting his goal as the keeper dives the wrong way and hits the ground yelping in pain. Both players are teammates practising to represent Pakistan in a major world football tournament.... Read more
Pakistani student breaks though Denmark’s grading scale record
A Pakistani student in Denmark has broken the country’s maximum grading scale of 12 to attain a massively  high average of 13.6. Seven years ago, Jawad Shafique’s elder brother did the same with an average of 12.3 but this time it is him — the ‘wonder boy’ as his teachers fondly call him.... Read more
Pakistan to sell indigenously made Super Mushshak trainer aircraft to Qatar
Pakistan earlier yesterday achieved yet another landmark in the defence production sector, when Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and Qatar Emiri Air Force signed an agreement for supply of Super Mushshak Aircraft to the brotherly nation. The trainer aircraft supply contract signing ceremony was held at Doha (Qatar), where General... Read more
This ad shows Pakistani fathers that telling their daughters what to do is so outdated
In an ad, aspiring cricketer Sara leaves home to train for the Pakistan team, even though her father maintains that “girls don’t play cricket.” After months of training, she makes it to the team, putting her mother and neighbourhood into a jubilant mood. Her father, though moved by the news,... Read more
Dozens hurt as brawl breaks out between Pakistani, Afghan migrants in Greece
Mytiline, Greece: Over a dozen migrants were hurt Thursday in a brawl in the main detention camp on the Greek island of Lesbos that also saw nearly 30 tents torched, an AFP correspondent said. Hundreds of people — mainly families with children — were evacuated from the camp during the... Read more
Pakistani father of 35 aims for 100 children
Quetta : A Pakistani father of 35 is now searching for a fourth wife as he romps towards his goal of 100 children, a dubious ambition in the conservative Muslim country where polygamy is rare but still practiced. Sardar Jan Mohammad Khilji, 46, says he believes it is his... Read more
Pakistan’s famous architect Yasmeen Lari wins Japan’s Fakuoka Prize
 Renowned Pakistani architect Yasmeen Lari has won the highly prestigious Japanese Fukuoka Prize in the Arts and Culture category for this year. Lari is the third Pakistani recipient of the Fukuoka Prize with qawwali maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and social scientist Dr Uxi Mufti as the previous winners.... Read more
Pakistani men arrested in Germany as 18 women report sex assaults
Berlin: German police have arrested three Pakistani suspects as 18 women have reported becoming victims of sexual assaults at a music festival, authorities said Tuesday. The mostly young women said they were encircled and groped by groups of men on Saturday night in ways that recalled a spate of mob... Read more
Pakistani politicians own property worth Rs700 billion in UAE: Imran Khan
Islamabad: If the country’s political system is damaged or democracy is derailed because of the current crisis, only Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be responsible, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Sunday. He was addressing the National Press Club’s governing body at his Bani Gala residence in the... Read more
US stock Manipulation: Pakistani stands accused of making $425,000
A federal court in Manhattan, Yew York issued an order on Tuesday to freeze the assets of a Pakistani after the US Securities and Exchange Commission filed a complaint that he had allegedly manipulated a technology stock and had made $425,000 in profits. Nauman A Aly is accused of... Read more
LUMS Alumnus: Pakistani makes major breakthrough in longstanding mathematics problem
A Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) alumnus Haris Aziz, along with co-author Simon Mackenzie, has finally come up with a solution to a problem that has been plaguing scientists for many years: how to allocate resources fairly to any number of people so that each is left satisfied... Read more