Tuesday, March 28, 2017

IHC considers banning Facebook until it cooperates on blasphemous content

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday remarked that a ban on Facebook should be imposed until the social website cooperates with authorities over removing blasphemous content. Justice

High-profile TTP militants, 4 others killed during operation in Orakzai Agency

PESHAWAR: A high-profile militant of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and four others were killed on Wednesday during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in the Kalaya area of Orakzai Agency. The TTP

(VIDEO AND TEXT) Amélie Nothon’s World No. 1 bestseller ‘Fear and Trembling’ staged!

M. M. ALAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNhjBwv_Ryo KARACHI: Our globe is definitely shrinking!  A French artist Layla Metssitane of Moroccan origin... Presented a play at Alliance Française

Zardari has not launched a career as an analyst at BOL: PPPP

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Just a couple of days after BOL TV 's announcement that Asif Ali Zardari had commenced his career as a political analyst at the channel, PPPP Senator Farhatullah Babar has denied

255 lawmakers voted for 28th Constitutional Amendment Bill

SANA MAHMOOD ISLAMABAD: 255 lawmakers voted for 28th Constitutional Amendment Bill here on Tuesday. It will reinstate military courts till January 6, 2019. It is pertinent to mention here that PM who

Pakistan has suffered from terrorism: British Home Secretary

SANA MAHMOOD ISLAMABAD: Amber Rudd, British Home Secretary, has observed that Pakistan had suffered 'more than most' from the scourge of terrorism. She expressed these views after a meeting here with

China to provide 4.5G services to Pakistan by June 2017

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will soon get the 4.5G services, which will be made operational by June 2017 in five cities of the country, it emerged on Tuesday. The services will be provided to Pakistan by Chinese

Baloch insurgents confess receiving RAW funding: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army’s media wing has claimed that at least 20 insurgents including a Ferrari commander surrendered to Pakistan Rangers Punjab on Tuesday. According to an Inter-Services Public

Pashtun Culture Day: Two student groups clash at Punjab University, 7 injured

LAHORE: At least seven students were reportedly injured as clashes broke out between two groups of students at Punjab University on Tuesday. According to reports, the Pashtun Students Federation (PSF)


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