Many conspirators have died in separate incidents By Umar Cheema ISLAMABAD: An important commander of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Ebad-ul-Rehman alias Farooq Chatan, wanted for allegedly coordinating assassination of Benazir Bhutto, is said to have been killed along with his brother Yousaf, in the first-ever drone strike in Khyber Agency […]
ISLAMABAD: India ‘registered’ a great ‘success’ on Thursday when it ‘nabbed’ a flying white pigeon in bordering city Amritsar and declared it was suspected to be on a ‘spying mission, Indian police said.
Pakistan is due to announce its budget for fiscal year (FY) 2010-11 (July-June) on June 5. Following are details of the budget that have been announced and media reports on its likely contents.
Water heating system, garden lights, and some internal wiring of the President House and the Prime Minister House will be replaced with solar powered system to encourage the renewable energy plan, said Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) chief.
Ahmad Rafay Alam With the completion of the latest package of the Lahore Ring Road, you can traverse the northern parts of the city and get from the airport to Ravi Road in fifteen minutes. All is changed, changed utterly: A terrible beauty is born.
* NA body Chairman Abid Sher Ali says commission’s report will be made public The National Assembly Standing Committee on Education on Tuesday handed over 840 degrees of parliamentarians to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) for verification.
By Amar Guriro KARACHI: With the growing consumerism, brand names of different commodities are not only attractive for the highly educated and rich – who select their shirts, shoes, wrist watches or fast food and beverages of certain brands – but also matters to the poor such as the war […]
During a hearing in the missing persons case the Ministry of Foreign Affairs while listing the number of Pakistanis in jails abroad told the court that the financial constrain was the major hurdle in their repatriation besides some other difficulties.
ANDY GOLDBERG ARTICLE (May 24 2010): It’s spawned scandals, spoofs and sensations and is probably the biggest time waster on the planet. But as video-sharing internet site YouTube celebrated its fifth birthday on Monday, all the signs were that it’s just getting started.
CAIRO (May 24 2010): Egypt’s Sewedy Cables is considering investing in Pakistan’s wind energy sector, Pakistan’s foreign minister said in Cairo on Sunday. “We have met with the Sewedy group yesterday and they have shown interest in investing in the energy sector in Pakistan. They have expertise and technology to […]