Anti-Corruption Establishment head Mumtaz Shah tells CM Qaim Ali Shah that FIA and NAB have begun forwarding him cases.
Only five players have pulled off a calendar-year Grand Slam in tennis history.
Earlier today, PM Nawaz apprised Susan Rice of reasons behind cancellation of talks between India and Pakistan's NSAs.
Major (r) Amirul Rehman tenders unconditional apology over a "sad incident" of road rage.
Fire started in the basement of a tower in the eastern city of Khobar, the kingdom's civil defence said on Twitter.
Out of a total 23 districts, PTI has so far succeeded in nine; JI won in four districts, while the PML-N won in three.
Panchayat hands down sentence after girls' brother eloped with a woman of a higher caste in Uttar Pradesh.
Afridi picked up three wickets and struck a late cameo before Lancashire clinched a dramatic 13-run win.
UN committee calls upon the Dutch govt to reform the country’s longstanding black face tradition of Zwarte Piet.
Suspects reportedly identified by a former cop, who was arrested last week for being an “agent of Indian agency RAW”.
At least six motorcycle-riding miscreants were involved in the attack on Jiwani airport, police said.
Fall of Musa Qala in Helmand to the Taliban on Wednesday put govt forces under more pressure than at any time.
Fifteen years after Khatun's husband, Badshah Mia, was hacked to death, no one has been charged with his murder.
Samples of Wasa-supplied water show E-coli bacteria, suspended particles, arsenic and other contamination in it.
Police bulldoze houses with the help of an armoured personnel carrier after failing to find killers of a youth.
CDA informs Supreme Court that katchi abadis will be demolished in four phases.
Zahid was Pakistan's great pace hope as Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis begun dropping a few yards.
The PIA has suspended four senior officials from service in connection with Toronto human smuggling case.
Unified Public Finance Management (PFM) law formulated to capture the whole budget cycle in one piece of legislation.
Fears about the growth of Chinese economy and equities rout in Beijing sent currency values reeling.
Pakistan has failed in converting cottin into value-added products, says federal commerce minister.
After ratification, Pakistan will become the 13th WTO member — first from South Asia — to accede to the treaty.
Doctors command a position of trust and respect, but what recourse do you have when those very healers cause hurt?
Local manufacturers demand that tiles should not be included in the preferential trade agreement with Iran.
Pakistan paid Rs1.704 trillion to service its overall debt during the previous fiscal year, said a latest govt report.
“It is not just a festival where you tie a thread around someone’s wrist and he’ll forget about it the next instant."
Trump says Huma Abedin should not have had access to the kind of information she did while Clinton was sec. of state.
Born in Florence in 1929, Fallaci was steeped into politics at an early age as her parents were opposed to Mussolini.
Senator Ghulam Ali claims completing entire election process in one day illegal.
British Council event held under its ‘connecting classrooms programme’.
High court judges may be asked to hear pending petitions.
Former high commissioner for Pakistan to UK clarifies what he calls “out of context reference” in speech about Ahmadis.
Uncertainty over the future of PMDC keeps healthcare professionals and medical practitioners busy.
Two-star general’s lawyer maintains punishment was not in accordance with Pakistan Army Act.
Indian lawyer in application asks court for the custody of Geeta in order to hand her over to her parents in India.
Transparency International- Pak alleges Sindh govt leased 5,000 acres of land to a UAE citizen on a paltry Rs15 million.
Petition says Pakistan is homeland of overseas Pakistanis who contribute almost $18 million annually to its economy.
The party says it is ready to make seat adjustment with all parties, except the PML-N, in LB polls in Punjab.
Mr Baloch denies his visit is linked with the present political crisis.
India has a long list of disadvantaged caste and groups, and an equally long history of demands for affirmative action.