General

21 Jun, 15 : 28 pm

CJP Hears Clean Drinking Water, Rise in Petroleum Price Cases

Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Thursday vowed to rid the residents of the metropolis of the...

General

21 Jun, 15 : 08 pm

Pak calls for independent int'l inquiry commission to assess situation in IOK

Pakistan has called for setting up of an independent international commission of inquiry to assess the situation in Indian occupied...

General

21 Jun, 12 : 22 pm

Defence ministry approves ECP demand of deploying 350,000 troops for elections

The Ministry of Defence has agreed to provide 350,000 troops for election duties as requested by the Election Commission of...

Pakistan

21 Jun, 14 : 25 pm

Jamsheed Marker passes away in Karachi

Veteran Pakistani diplomat Jamsheed Marker passed away in Karachi on Thursday.

Sharjeel Memon, wife own assets worth millions

Former Sindh information minister Sharjeel Memon, who is under trial for corruption, owns millions in properties and cash.

Khawaja Haris resumes concluding arguments in Avenfield case against Sharifs

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's counsel Khawaja Haris resumed presenting concluding arguments in the Avenfield properties reference against the Sharif family today.

IHC directs Zulfi Bukhari to cooperate with NAB in investigation

Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday has ordered Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan’s close friend Zulfi Bukhari to face investigation regarding the issue of placing his name on Exit...

Sport

21 Jun, 12

Ahmed Shehzad tested positive for doping: sources

Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad tested positive for a dope test, sources informed.

Entertainment

21 Jun, 16

Armeena Khan slams Sheikh Rashid over derogatory remarks

Janaan actress Armeena Khanslammed Sheikh Rashid for using derogatory remarks for the people associated with showbiz industry.

Education

8 Jun, 14

1,200 students of Lahore private school sent back over fee issue

At least 1,200 students were sent back home from different campuses of a private school in the city on Friday over a fee issue between the institution's management and parents of the students.

Health

11 Jun, 14

Teething medicines unsafe for babies

Federal health officials are warning parents about the dangers of teething remedies that contain a popular numbing ingredient.