New President Klaus Iohannis urged politicians to stamp out entrenched corruption in one of Europe’s poorest countries.
Speaking on CNN, Obama bluntly dismissed the notion that Putin was “the chess master and outmanoeuvring the West
Official sources said the ADB would provide $1.5 million as technical assistance grant to the KP govt for the purpose.
Tunisians voted on Sunday in the runoff of the country’s first free presidential election
Backed by air strikes by a US-led coalition, Kurdish fighters pushed into the contested northern Iraqi town of Sinjar
Supply would be restored by Tuesday morning after repair of a boiler and a pipeline at the Sui plant which caught fire.
KP government forms technical committee on law and order to control terrorism.
While the DRAP is bent upon imposing the average pricing method, the stakeholders have rejected the mechanism
the Al-Haj Group is currently engaged in logistics and transportation, including hauling liquid bulk cargo
The need for textile producers to adjust their growth strategies was never as urgent as it is now.
The agribusiness development project was aimed to increase the commercial value of agricultural products,
Several people continued their protest in Daska for the second consecutive day against a local travel agency’s owner.
The Sindh government says more than 40 companies are pursuing wind power projects of a combined capacity of 3,000 MW
Sindh has opposed the levying of the cotton standardisation fee without the payment of premium to cotton producers
The govt expects their share in the national economy to increase, as indicated in the SBP’s annual report for FY14
The central bank further reduced rates on the fresh issue of Pakistan Investment Bonds on December 17.
Pakistan and the Tethyan Copper Company are negotiating a ‘confidentiality agreement’
Lal Masjid cleric Maulana Abdul Aziz enjoyed official security for three years, said Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar.
Departure of the Pakistani Kabaddi team from India has also been delayed.
Shahid Afridi said his focus after ODI's will be on T20 matches leading up to the 2016 T20 World Cup in India.
Arshad’s mother told reporters in fact her son-in-law was in Afghanistan and and they broke off all relations with him.
Former PAF technician Khalid Mehmood was convicted in the Pervez Musharraf attack case.
The interior ministry would issue black warrants and the condemned prisoners would be sent to the gallows accordingly.
Maulana Aziz issue ends a sort of harmony, witnessed between the liberal and religious elements after Peshawar carnage.
Qadri says intellectual supporters of terrorists must decide whether they were with the nation or militants.
The dollar depreciated by around six paisas in the interbank market and by 65 paisas in the open market last week
US draws a line between good, bad Taliban, saying that those who continued to fight would not be spared.
The PTI committee also endorsed a 20-point draft of recommendations for a national action plan to deal with terrorism.
Khan said he will come to Pakistan before the end of the year to express solidarity with the Peshawar attack victims.
Its the second FIR against Aziz in two days, the earlier one being filed by civil society activists in Islamabad.
The Russian govt said it wanted the death sentence of Akhlaque Ahmed to be postponed on humanitarian grounds.
Interior minister urges all citizens to be vigilant with regards to the current terror threat.
An African American gunman has killed two officers after weeks of outrage over police killings of unarmed black men.
Three bodies were found from Ziarat, whereas five other bodies were found from Khanozai and Hikalzai areas of Pishin.
Thousands of mourners reach site of attack to place flowers and lighted candles in front of photos of murdered students.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said India was a Hindu nation where many Hindus had been forcibly converted to other religions.
Family members of the convicts were allowed to meet them for the last time after completion of all legal formalities.
In a separate incident, Taliban attacked a checkpoint and killed seven policemen in Afghanistan's Jawzjan province.
Authorities said the men, who were hanged till death, were all Jordanians convicted on murder charges in 2005 and 2006.
Australia has been fined for a slow over rate and Ishant Sharma was found guilty of breaching the ICC code of conduct.