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Pakistan charges former policeman in killing of male model

KARACHI, Pakistan – Pakistan has charged a former police officer in last year's high-profile killing of a 27-year-old aspiring male model whose death triggered nationwide protests by members of his tribe.


Pakistan deploys Chinese air defense systems along border after India's "terror camp" strike

Pakistan which is hugely concerned after Indian jets destroyed terror camps in Balakot have now fallen back on its trusted option. It has deployed Chinese made ground-to-air (SAM) missiles for air defence of military bases. As per latest intelligence reports, Pakistan has decided to deploy Chinese m


Bill Gates urges Afghanistan and Pakistan to 'get to zero' in polio fight

LONDON, (Reuters) - - Local Afghan Taliban leaders are hindering global efforts to end polio, but Afghanistan and Pakistan must continue their fight to “get to zero” cases, the philanthropist Bill Gates said on Monday.


Nation celebrates Pakistan Day with great zeal and enthusiasm

In the wake of previous experience, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan should stay alert until general elections in India are concluded. While the Pakistan National Day will be celebrated across the border on Saturday, the Pakistan High Commission here celebrated the occasion by organi


Did Pakistan Shoot down its Own JF-17 over Multan this morning?

Has something significant happened over the Multan airport in Pakistan?. Business today reported sometime back that the entire airport and all the roads leading to it are in a lockdown.


Fantastic Finch punishes Pakistan in Australia's win

Aaron Finch struck back-to-back centuries to lead Australia to another thumping eight-wicket victory over a hapless Pakistan in the second one-day international in Sharjah on Sunday.


Devs From Pakistan, Paraguay, More Share Their #1ReasonToBe in Games Industry

It’s difficult to count the number of barriers that game developers from outside North America, Western Europe, and Japan face when trying to make a successful indie. Whether it be Argentina or Romania, the infrastructure isn’t there for a lot of countries.


Operator deals lift edotco Pakistan presence

Edotco, the tower arm of Malaysia-based Axiata Group, signed site sharing deals valued at up to $80 million with the three largest mobile operators in Pakistan: Jazz, Telenor Pakistan and Zong.


Pakistan: Cold storage facility for vegetable exporters

On Friday, a state-of-the-art cold storage facility for vegetable exporters was inaugurated to help increase shelf life, reduce losses from spoilage and improve overall quality of the relevant products. The facility was established by US-Pakistan Partnerships for Agricultural Market Development (AMD


Heading to a clean and eco-friendly Pakistan

Pakistan ought to consider for the long term for the purpose of environmental sustainability, most of the actions it could take to manage and reverse environmental degradation and adapt to global warming would have instant benefits and be especially useful to the poorest , who are most vulnerable.


Pakistan: Mentally Disabled Christians Charged with Blasphemy

"A mentally ill Pakistani Christian man has been charged with blasphemy," the Pakistan Christian Post reported a few days ago. Stephen Masih was arrested after Muhammad Rafiq and Muhammad Imran told Muhammad Mudassar -- a renowned hafiz (one who has memorized the entire Koran) —that the Christian "h


Light earthquake: M4.9 quake has struck near Musa Khel Bazar in Pakistan

A light earthquake with magnitude 4.9 (ml/mb) was detected on Monday, 25 kilometers (16 miles) from Musa Khel Bazar in Pakistan. The epicenter of the earthquake was roughly 10 km (6 miles) below the earth’s surface. The 4.9-magnitude earthquake has occurred at 16:25:26 / 4:25 pm (local time epicente


Ton-up Rizwan guides Pakistan to 284-7 in second ODI

Sharjah (United Arab Emirates) (AFP) - Wicket-keeping batsman Mohammad Rizwan hit a maiden hundred to guide Pakistan to 284-7 in the second one-day international against Australia in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday.


Fantasia & Fire

Military diplomacy, strategic positioning and structures of commands are a well deliberated and articulated exercise that sometimes goes unnoticed to public. Like diplomacy, these are like the unseen icebergs sunk below the water. Appearances are deceptive. Deep below lie the jagged and abrasive end


Terrorism fears as 3,000 UK children a year go to 'jihadi' schools in Pakistan, secret government report reveals

A secret Government report has warned that more than 3,000 British children are being taken to Pakistan each year and enrolled in extremist summer schools. The chilling Home Office study says courses at madrasas teach a 'glorified version of jihad', according to a source.


Pakistan student kills professor for organizing co-ed event because 'it went against Islam'

A Pakistani student was arrested on Wednesday after stabbing his professor to death for organising a mixed-gender reception at a government college, police said. Associate professor Khalid Hameed was killed on the campus of Sadiq Egerton College in the southern city of Bahawalpur, a local police off


India, Pakistan troops exchange fire on Kashmir LoC

SRINAGAR, Indian-controlled Kashmir, March 13 (Xinhua) — Troops of India and Pakistan Wednesday exchanged heavy fire and targeted each other’s positions on the Line of Control (LoC), dividing Kashmir region, officials said.


IPL 2019 will not be telecast in Pakistan

United Kingdom broadcaster BT Sport has secured rights to every match of the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL) on the eve of the start of the Twenty20 cricket tournament. The move comes a month after Discovery Communications India-owned DSport had suspended the live telecast of Pakistan Super League


Australia v Pakistan: Jhye Richardson suffers dislocated shoulder

Australia paceman Jhye Richardson suffered a dislocated right shoulder during the second one-day international against Pakistan on Sunday. Richardson landed awkwardly on his bowling arm when attempting to prevent a boundary in Sharjah.


Pakistan: Muslim scholar survives assassination attempt

A renowned Islamic scholar on Friday survived an assassination attempt in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi, police said. Mufti Taqi Usmani, who is considered the pioneer of Islamic banking in the country, was on his way to offer Friday prayers when motorbike-riding gunmen sprayed his vehicle with bul