Friday, April 28, 2017

US National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster arrives in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: The National Security Advisor of the United States H.R. McMaster arrived in the federal capital on Monday to hold talks with Pakistan’s civil and military leadership. This is the first visit

Over Rs. 10 Crore embezzled: 23 Grade-18 and above State Life officers nabbed

SANA MAHMOOD LAHORE: Twenty-three Grade-18 and above State Life Insurance Corporation employees have been arrested on Saturday (15 April) by NAB for encashing bogus insurance policies. Sources in NAB

Mother of All Bombs damaged houses and mosques in Pakistan’s Kurram Agency!

SANA MAHMOOD KURRAM AGENCY: Cracks appeared in a number of houses and mosques in this tribal area when US dropped the non-nuclear Mother of All Bombs in Afghanistan on Thursday (13th of April).   Sources

Did Hyderabad Girl Noreen Jabbar Laghari join Daesh?

M. M. ALAM LAHORE: Police here has said that it has arrested Noreen Jabbar Laghari on suspicion of terrorism.   She was a student of Jamshoro’s Liaquat University of Medical Sciences and disappeared

India exposed on issue of terror financing in Pakistan: FO

ISLAMABAD: India has been totally exposed on the issue of terror financing and perpetrating subversive acts in Pakistan, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said. “India has been blowing the

Pakistan Origin Card to be replaced with Temporary Residence Card: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that the government was reviewing to re-issue the Pakistan Origin Card and replace it with Temporary Residence Card. “Initially, the origin

Wasim Akram joins Careem as CEO

KARACHI: Former cricket legend Wasim Akram has joined the taxi service Careem as its Honorary Chief Executive officer, but only for a single day. According to a leaked document and picture of the contract,

PM ‘deeply’ saddened over Mashal’s murder, says nation must be united against those destroying peace

ISLAMABAD: Expressing grief and sadness over the brutal murder of Mashal Khan, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday afternoon issued a strongly-worded condemnation and termed the lynching an act of

Dr Asim set to fly abroad as ATC grants him permission for treatment

ISLAMABAD: Former petroleum minister Dr Asim Hussain has been granted permission to travel abroad for treatment, it emerged on Saturday. According to details, Asim, who was released in terror facilitation


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