"Plan is plagued with internal contradictions," says Ahsan Iqbal, calls Imran a "NATO commander — No Action, Talk Only".
The Bolly star will be playing a titular role in the upcoming film
Rawalpindi likes to start its fast on a sweet note with this vermicelli that is fried and served in milk
Tentatively titled 'Go to Hell', the telefilm is meant to be a fun flick about the clash of two different worlds
14 policemen killed in two attacks in Ghazni; 5 people dead after vehicle laden with explosives detonates in Kandahar.
Deputy Pentagon inspector general says there are few signs of significant progress by Afghan forces.
The former military personnel were given “aggravated life sentences” by a court in Izmir.
Your death has inverted the lens through which Americans view Pakistan and shown a reality many are unwilling to admit.
A non-mainstream narrative asserts that Guru Nanak was not born in present-day Nankana Sahib but in Dera Chahal village.
Jurisprudence, or better yet legislative action akin to Workplace Harassment Act, needs to be implemented in schools.
Ahead of the announcement of a new tourism policy in Gilgit-Baltistan, Eos explores the roadblocks that have prevented
Naumaan Ijaz is controversial to the core. The actor and producer openly snubs awards ceremonies, bashes TV channels