Man killed as Indian forces target civilians along Working Boundary: ISPR

Posted In: News Date:Sep 13th, 2017

A man was killed on Wednesday in an incident of cross-border firing across the Working Boundary on Wednesday, according to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

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India's First Woman Defense Minister Plans to Overcome Gender Inequality in Army

Posted In: News Date:Sep 13th, 2017

In a historic decision aimed at overcoming gender inequality in the armed forces,&nbs ...

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Justin Trudeau, British PM Theresa May to discuss Boeing-Bombardier spat in Ottawa next week

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet Prime Minister  Read More

‘Don’t sanction us’ Pakistani PM tells US: ‘We are in this together to fight terrorism’

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

-Pakistan relations have frayed since President  Read More

Mohammad Amir and wife Narjis blessed with a baby girl

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

Amir took to Twitter to share his excitement and posted a photo of the newborn with caption: Shukar Allhumdulilah blessed with the Rehmat of Allah Mashallah.The cricketer, who is ...

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Asia's Richest Man, Jack Ma, Has Huge Ambitions for Alibaba

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

around 40,000 employees of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group swarmed to Hangzhou City from dozens of countries and regions all over the world just to attend a party. The event c ...

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Thousands Protest Against Labor Law Reform by Macron in France

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

France's new President Emmanuel Macron faced his first major challenge as Read More

Trudeau marks 9/11 anniversary in Newfoundland at Come from Away forum

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

Trudeau praised Come From Away for telling not only a specific story about the kindness of the town of Gander, but for also telling a universal story about human decency in ...

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14 killed in road accident near Islamabad

Posted In: News Date:Sep 12th, 2017

At least 14 people were killed after a speedy trailer collided with a van on the Islamabad-Lahore Motorway at Chakri on Tuesday. 

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World XI tour a great sign for cricket in Pakistan: Sarfraz Ahmed

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

Pakistan cricket team’s captain Sarfraz Ahmed was confident about team’s preparations in the wake of the World XI tour, reported Dunya News. He sid that it was a proud moment for him an ...

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U.S. Tones Down North Korean Security Council Resolution To Gain China, Russia Approval

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

In the original draft the U.S. planned to submit, it had originally pushed for a strict oil embargo, as well as a freeze on the assets of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, the report said. Read More

Pepsi Battle of the Bands 2017 ~ The Final Showdown

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

The TV contest which has breathed a refreshing musical wave across Pakistan has reached its climax. And after a gruelling contest across many weeks, celebrity judges Atif Aslam, Meesha Shafi, Shahi ...

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Pakistan tour my footprint on cricket, says Du Plessis

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

World XI captain Faf du Plessis believes his desire to leave a footprint on the game of cricket is the primary reason he agreed to tour Pakistan. 

South Africa captain Du Plessis, whil ...

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Pakistan expects its security concerns are addressed, COAS tells Australian leadership

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

Army chief General Qamar Bajwa has conveyed to the Australian leadership that while Pakistan will continue to support peace efforts in the region, it expects its “security concerns are also a ...

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Union says Ontario pot store employees will be ready for legalization amid doubts

Posted In: News Date:Sep 11th, 2017

The head of the union tapped to represent workers in Ontario cannabis stores says his members will be well-trained and ready to go by next July, the target date for federal legalization of recreati ...

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