Thursday, August 17, 2017

Illegal appointments land Ex-BPSC chief Ashraf Magsi into NAB custody  

M.M.A   QUETTA: Baluchistan Public Service Commission (BPSC)’s Former Chairman Mohammad Ashraf Magsi was taken into custody from his residence here by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday.

President Mamnoon hospitalized

RAWALPINDI: President Mamnoon Hussain on Monday has been moved to Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology & National Institute of Heart Diseases following his illness. Suffering from

Can stress cause Alzheimer?

AIMAN INAM   WASHINGTON D.C: The scientists from Boston University of Medicine have unveiled that those who in general are exposed to a lot of stress are more prone to have Alzheimer's Disease (AD). As

Raisani, the Rs. 1b man, discloses names of facilitators

M. M. ALAM QUETTA: Mushtaq Ahmed Raisani, Baluchistan’s former secretary finance, who is presently being interrogated by NAB for his involvement in Rs. 1b corruption, has disclosed the names of his

Social Media activist Khurram Zaki assassinated by 4 motorcyclists  

  M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Forty-year-old Social Media activist was assassinated here in North Karachi area allegedly by four target killers riding on two bikes. Zaki was having his dinner at a restaurant

Happy Mothers’ Day

TEXT BY M. M. ALAM VIDEO BY ATHAR HUSSAIN   KARACHI: Today children all over the world are honoring their mothers by thanking them for their love and sacrifices. NewsPakistan.TV talked

Rangers launched new cellphone based Protection System for educational institutions

KARACHI: After facing several terrorist attacks on educational institutions, Sindh Rangers has launched a smartphone-based School College Protection System for Karachi. In a press conference

Tajik Ambassador calls on Punjab CM in Lahore

LAHORE: Tajik Ambassador Jononov Sherali called on Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in Lahore on Saturday to discuss bilateral ties and trade cooperation. During the meeting, matters

Whole world to benefit Pakistan’s anti-terror efforts: Fatemi

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Special aide on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi said on Saturday that Pakistan had sensitized world's major powers about the Indian involvement to disrupt


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