Loyalty to the constitution is an imperative, and is no more an issue of choice, says prime minister.
PTI chairman says nation should thank participants of the sit-in, who are sitting in Islamabad’s cold weather.
The concert will honor education campaigners Kailash Satyarthi from India and Pakistan's very own Malala Yousafzai.
Agassi hailed Nishikori as one of the greatest shot-makers ever and backed the Japanese to become a grand slam winner.
Maqsood has been ruled out of the limited over series due to a wrist injury sustained while playing for Pakistan A.
“We must forget what Russia did in the past and look forward to a new beginning in the region,” says Khawaja Asif.
An FIR was registered against four policemen today after family members protested in front of the police station.
Interior minister also extends offer to revive failed negotiations with government if PTI holds Nov 30 rally peacefully.
The bid for 814 mounted guns is the biggest tender in three decades since the scandalous Swedish guns deal in 1987.
Patron-in-chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council strongly condemns the torching of Hanuman temple in Tando Mohammad Khan.
The bodies were found after the army launched a counter-offensive against the IS.
A grenade attack that injured 20 people at an MQM camp, lead to the death of one critically injured worker.
The university has moreover been ranked the 89th best university in Asia.
CJ Nasirul Mulk directs the Punjab government to present a report within three days over the Kot Radha Kishan incident.
“We wanted to bat the first 40 overs in a normal manner and then step up in the final 20-22 overs.”
Justice Ali was not convinced that persons involved in the implementation of emergency could be treated as abettors.
According to London-based reporter Murtaza Ali Shah, Zardari was not inside the hotel at the time of the blast.
“I can confirm... that 28 innocent travellers were brutally executed by the Shebab,” said the regional police chief.
Fashion Pakistan Week includes high street brands, menswear collections and luxury pret.
Bahrain holds legislative elections for the first time since a 2011 uprising, despite a boycott by the Shia opposition.
PM Ahmet Davutoglu made clear Ankara would keep pressing for a no-fly zone in Syria and Bashar al-Assad's removal.
Previously, President Obama had said US-led Nato combat operations would finish at the end of this year.
The number of polio victims in Balochistan has risen to 14.
FIFA said it will hold a new review of an investigation into bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
India clinched the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Women’s Championship, outclassing Nepal 6-0
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman said separate grounds will be allocated for women players at every regional level.
Tainted fast bowler Mohammad Asif has advised former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja not to criticise the banned trio.
Arsenal welcome United to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening.
Shakib Al Hasan starred with bat and ball to lead Bangladesh to a crushing 87-run victory in the first ODI
CM Qaim Ali Shah has directed the provincial disaster management authority to distribute 50,000 blankets before winter.
Aptma and BCI signed a MoU to implement activities to mainstream sustainability in cotton production in Pakistan.
Lack of focus on critical creative thinking in the country’s education system was identified to be the key reason.
Textile industry leaders have strongly opposed the ECC decision of allowing up to 30 per cent increase in gas tariff.
Banks disbursed Rs128.1 billion in the four months to October, which is 25.6 per cent of the annual target Rs500bn
The government notified subsidised electricity rates for agriculture sector to provide relief to the farming community.
CDC released a statement acknowledging: “The CDC call centre received 600 calls per day on an average regarding KASB KSL
Shares rebounded on Friday with the KSE 100- index recouping some of the huge losses.
An outbreak of plague has killed 40 people out of 119 confirmed cases in Madagascar since late August.
An opposition national lawmaker was arrested on suspicion of stealing funds from a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.
At least 11 people died and many were injured in a stampede at a stadium as thousands attending a church service.