Editors Choice

Good revenue collection: Ministry of Postal Service open rest houses across country

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Postal Services on Saturday announced it has opened its rest houses across the country for the general public. The decision has been taken in the context of better utilisation of the country's resources and facilitating the masses, said the notification Tourists will now be able to stay in government rest houses during their visit, the notification...

90 Views 0

Pompeo threatens against IMF bailout for Pakistan that helps China

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo has warned the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that the Trump administration will not allow it to lend US dollars to Pakistan for repaying China. In an interview to CNBC television, broadcast on Monday evening, Secretary Pompeo also expressed the desire to engage with the new Pakistani leadership in a mutually beneficial relationship....

521 Views 0

‘He looked like a terrorist!’ How a drive in rural India ended in lynching

MURKI/MUMBAI: In the tiny hamlet of Murki in the hinterlands of south India, Inspector V.B. Yadwad surveyed a pile of bricks and stones in a ditch where he and other police officers had been attacked earlier this month while trying to save a group of five men on a road trip from a violent mob. “We tried hard to stop...

423 Views 0

Over 4.6m votes cast in favour of religious parties in election 2018

ISLAMABAD: The 2018 General Elections results, released by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), revealed that 4,674,545 votes were cast in favour of members of religious parties, who contested for National Assembly seats across the country. Representatives of religious parties received the highest number of votes from Punjab — a total 1,859,198 votes from National Assembly constituencies of NA-55 to...

527 Views 0

Contaminated blood transfusions spreading hepatitis in Pakistan, experts warn

ISLAMABAD: Health experts have warned that one of the most important modes of transmission of hepatitis in Pakistan is unsafe, contaminated blood transfusions. The Safe Blood Transfusion Programme (SBTP) organised a seminar in Islamabad on Friday to mark World Hepatitis Day, which is observed worldwide on July 28 to highlight the global spread of the hepatitis epidemic. The day holds...

375 Views 0

Fake videos spread all over social media, as no one bothers to challenge rigging allegations

By: |Syed Tazmeen Javed| Ever since the elections 2018 are held, the same old mantra of 'rigged polls' have surfaced over the media. In just 2 days, there are various videos over the social media indicating the election regardless of whichever  party has won were massively rigged. As a voter, what I observed in my polling station, while I went...

1323 Views 0

Israel says shoots down Syrian warplane

Israel shot down a Syrian fighter jet with surface-to-air missiles on Tuesday after the plane infiltrated its airspace, the military said, in a rare incident that could provoke tensions. Israel signalled that the plane's infiltration may have been the result of internal fighting in Syria's civil war, but stressed it will enforce the ceasefire lines between the two countries. "A...

371 Views 0

India: Muslim man lynched over a suspicion of cow smuggling

MUMBAI - Suspected vigilantes on Saturday killed a Muslim man transporting two cows in India, just 15 months after a similar attack spotlighted the growing influence of pro-Hindu fringe groups. Many Hindus regard the cow as sacred, but India’s Muslim minority engages in the trade of cattle for slaughter and consumption, chiefly of buffalo meat, as well as dairy purposes....

592 Views 0

‘Missing’ social activist returns home after seven months: Police

KARACHI: Police officials have confirmed that missing social activist Raza Mahmood Khan  Missing social activist Raza Mahmood Khanreturned home on Friday after seven months. On 2nd December 2017, Raza, who was a volunteer serving as a convener of Aghaz-i-Dosti,  a friendly collaboration between the youth of India and Pakistan, was picked up by unidentified men from his residence in Model...

304 Views 0

ECP wants unpaid Pakistan Steel Mills employees to perform election duties

Web Desk: ECP has asked one of the biggest state owned institutes of the country to provide 3000 employees to perform electoral duties in different parts of Sindh, of which 1700 are to be stationed in Malir. Election commission of Pakistan has ordered the steel mills employees to perform election duties in extremely torrid conditions, with the steel giant suffering...

464 Views 0

Under fire, Trump says no president as ‘tough’ on Russia

Donald Trump -- under fire for not challenging Vladimir Putin on election meddling -- claimed Wednesday that no president has been as "tough" on Russia as he has, but sparked new controversy by saying Russia was no longer targeting the United States. When asked if Moscow, accused by US intelligence agencies of meddling in the 2016 presidential election, was still...

427 Views 0

World Cup host Putin presents Donald Trump Pakistan-made football

HELSINKI: Russia's President Vladimir Putin presented US President Donald Trump a World Cup football which was made in Pakistan. According to reports the Russian strongman presented the US leader with Official soccer ball of FIFA World Cup 2018 at a news conference after the meeting. Throwing it to his wife, Trump said he was happy to pass the ball on...

589 Views 0

Political Fanatics did not spare a donkey: Beaten, tortured

KARACHI:  A donkey was beaten allegedly by political fanatics- however the  affiliation has not been confirmed yet- in Karachi, leaving him severely bruised and wounded in the middle of the road, here on Monday, Karachi. The incident was first reported by Abdullah Mahmood on Facebook at 2:30pm, in which he turned red hot over the inhumane behavior of the affiliated...

1142 Views 0

Happy Helsinki summit fails to charm Trump and Putin

The United Nations may have judged Finland the happiest country in the world, but the Helsinki summit failed to make Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin smile. The American and Russian leaders seemed almost theatrically sour as they sat down for their first formal one-on-one summit despite the city's un-Baltic heatwave. Perhaps fearing that Trump's eagerness to forge a bond with...

348 Views 0

Civilian deaths in war-torn Afghanistan hit record high: UN

The number of Afghan civilians killed in the country's long-running conflict hit a record high in the first six months of 2018, UN figures showed Sunday, with terrorist attacks and suicide bombs the leading causes of death. The toll of 1,692 fatalities was one per cent more than a year earlier and the highest for the period since the United...

405 Views 0

Death by ‘fake news’: social media-fuelled lynchings shock India

PANJURI KACHARI: The smartphone footage shows the two blood-soaked men pleading for their lives. Moments later they were dead, two more victims of lynchings sparked by rumours spread on Facebook and WhatsApp in India. The two men were young and well-educated. Gregarious, dreadlocked musician Nilotpal Das, 29, and his businessman friend Abhijeet Nath, 30, were both from Guwahati, capital of...

368 Views 0

J&J ordered to pay $4.69 bn damages in talc cancer case

US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson was Thursday ordered to pay out $4.69 billion in damages in a lawsuit representing 22 women and their families who alleged a talc sold by the company contained asbestos and caused them to suffer cancer. It is the latest twist in a matter that has seen several thousand lawsuits filed against J&J. According to...

244 Views 0
Junior - Taleem Aam Karaingay - Juniors ko Parhaingay