Pakistan was placed on Grey list in 2012 for not effectively combating money laundering and terrorist financing.
Nimoy won fans worldwide for his role as Mr Spock in the “Star Trek” television and film franchise.
Ishaq Dar announced an increase in sales tax on diesel from 27 to 36 per cent.
The MPs will not be bound to travel through PIA anymore, thus depriving the national carrier of Rs350m per annum.
Two prisoners manage to flee while one prisoner is killed and another wounded.
PPP and JUI-F insist on electoral reforms instead of constitutional amendment for an open ballot in upcoming elections.
Abid Naseer, who forged identities online, is on trial for planning to bomb a British shopping center.
New innovative app launched that aims to help unite the two neighbours.
South Africa's hammering of the West Indies piled on many records.
Michael Clarke feels his fittest in five years and is praying for clear skies over Auckland for New Zealand encounter.
Celebs weigh in on Twitter, some turn to science for answers
If true, it'll be a welcome change from the quintessential stiff upper-lip royal Fawad played in his first film
Police investigation into the incidents is under way.
7-year-old girl raped by elderly man; police under duress to delay trial.
In 2014, Sonia and Kashif had made false statements about terrorists coming from Saudi Arabia.
Sadiq sung the famous kalaam of Sindhi Sufi poets like Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, Sachal Sarmast and others
West Indies were bowled out for 151 after South Africa smashed second-highest World Cup total of all time.
Senate receive important updates from the ministries of water and power, and petroleum and natural gas.
Pakistan put all heads on table and practiced hard at the Gabba Cricket Stadium ahead of their Sunday's crucial match.
The leaders will exchange thoughts on how to make the upcoming Senate elections transparent.
Modi and Sayeed held around 90 minutes' of talks to discuss the programme and make-up of their parties' coalition.
Clapper assessed Pakistan's security crisis in his testimony on "World Threat Assessment of US Intelligence Community".
“New Zealand always like being underdogs and coming from nowhere so it would be nice to see them under pressure.”
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck near the city of Mansehra, injuring at least five people and causing minor damage.
Man convicted of scheming with his girlfriend to kill his Pakistani wife and make it look like a random attack.
China had highest level of govt restrictions, India had highest level of social hostilities involving religion in 2013.
Seamer Bhuvaneshwar Kumar or all-rounder Stuart Binny may replace Mohammad Shami.
FIA officials apprise ATC in Rawalpindi about the involvement of seminary students in killing the former premier.
Scores of protesters gather in Dhaka to denounce the murder Dr Avijit Roy, known for his writing against fundamentalism.
"I'm pleased with the performances of the qualifiers so far, but the bigger tests are still to come," says ICC chief.
Ahmed Shehzad complained of pain in his left ankle and was sent for an MRI scan after team practice in Brisbane.
Makes it clear to the officials that it can’t lay a hand on ‘most wanted men’.
NI(U)T flagship fund recorded a growth of 21.6pc to Rs73bn at end December from Rs60bn at close on June 30.
Punjab police considering withdrawal of security from the Chinese apparently owing to shortage of force.
India notifies the self-styled Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as a banned terrorist organisation.
The recent publicity involving Moin is disturbing, distasteful and revolting to say the least.
Son of a former judge shot by armed motorcyclists on Karachi's Khayaban-e-Ittehad,
NA Standing Committee approved the amended GIDC Bill 2014, to give legal cover to Rs95 billion revenue collection tool.
The index settled at 33,762.80 points after a rollercoaster ride which carried it to intra-day high by 152 points.
SBP reserves decreased to $11.075bn from $11.194bn, and the other banks’ holdings were $4.868bn as compared to $4.842bn.