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Washington "deeply concerned" with JuD chief's release, says Saeed should be arrested and charged for his crimes.
A major London bookmaker has stopped taking bets on a 2018 royal wedding after it seems that an engagement is imminent
The benchmark KSE-100 Index lost 17 points to close at 40,248 by the close of trading on Friday.
District administration warns will launch an operation against protesters if the notice is not heeded.
Senator Babar demands government take parliament into confidence regarding the coalition's TORs.
Lung cancer starts as a small nodule, which can be easily missed on a regular chest X-ray
At least 80 others were wounded in the bomb and gun attack, officials said.
The superhero film also stars Brie Larson, Ben Mendelsohn and Samuel L. Jackson
In a 25-page response, foreign minister objects to PTI activist's petition seeking his disqualification.
After protesters set buses on fire, pelt stones at firemen, police take 11 into custody over charges of rioting.
Closure follows halt of Air China flights to N. Korea for 'lack of demand', deepening North's isolation amid sanctions.
Cavium was co-founded by Raghib Hussain and Syed B. Ali in 2000.
Lawmakers voice concerns regarding benefits for Balochistan, seek transparency of information on project.
I just have one question: WHY AREN'T THEY STILL USING GOUDA CHEESE IN THEIR BURGERS?
"Murree is also becoming a Raja Bazaar," chief justice remarks, referring to Pindi's commercial and shopping district.
The e-ticketing service is available for online reservation and payments for 49 trains across Pakistan.
Beijing faces pressure from the United States, Europe and other trading partners for better access to its growing market
Both teams fight for victory after first of three Tests ended in a draw.
Michael Flynn's lawyer notified Trump's legal team in recent days that they could no longer discuss the investigation.
The Pope will press for peace in masses expected to draw hundreds of thousands from the country's Catholic community.
Mnangagwa becomes second leader of Zimbabwe since independence from white minority rule in 1980.
Dar's guarantor requests court not to confiscate his surety bonds worth Rs5 million.
"I am ready to go to the police station in order to help the court and strengthen the judiciary," Khan says.
The body was found with messages that threatened: "we don’t burn effigies, we kill."
We are not ‘reinterpreting’ Islam — we are ‘restoring’ Islam to its origins, says Mohammed bin Salman in NYT interview.
PPP leader's lawyer says client missed flight, medical examination on Nov 21 as name had not been removed from ECL.
India slams release of JuD leader, accuses Pakistan of trying to mainstream a terrorist.
Refreshingly irreverent, Ardeshir Cowasjee would regularly needle bureaucrats and politicians alike.
"A violent and non-nuclear event consistent with an explosion," occurred shortly after submarine's last communication.
We're less than convinced we need these products in our lives
England lost six wickets to collapse to 302 as Australia roared back in the first Ashes Test on day two at the Gabba.
For the families, life has not moved on. The possibility remains that their loved ones are still alive.
Authorities need not spray bullets on protesters, but should disperse them using other options: IHC, SC agree
A lack of sustained willpower to implement reforms has, day by day, ossified weaknesses of the criminal justice system.
Prof Khadim Hussain calls for a Pashto translation so that Malala's own people could know her side of the story
At least six police officers injured as suicide attacker rams motorbike into police vehicle, detonates bomb.
Extremism has opened a Pandora’s box. How will it be checked?
Asks political, religious forces to be careful about their moves.
As many as 10 people were killed, many others wounded after the Indian troops hit the Rawalpindi-bound last year.
Two dozen PML-N legislators skipped the NA session at the time of crucial vote on the Nawaz Sharif-specific bill.
Three jails for Karachi, high-security prison for Jherruk proposed.
The 2.3 million women from Sindh deserve to vote in the coming general elections.
Eager to win the war, the Trump administration has introduced a new weapon in Afghanistan.
Turkey, led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has opposed Assad throughout the conflict.
Bomber approached crowd of dozens on foot as they were demonstrating in support of a local police commander.
Bashir also said he wanted to ramp up military ties and praised Moscow’s military campaign in Syria.
Mugabe, who had led Zimbabwe from independence in 1980, stepped down on Tuesday after the army seized power.
The two countries agreed to form a “strategic partnership” as Guelleh held talks with Xi
Several ventures with India have faced Sri Lankan public opposition
Media report Catalan leader's party and former govt ally plan to abandon call for unilateral separation from Spain
Rainsy resigned in February from the party, saying he feared it would be banned if he did not.
Sceptics said at the time there would be no indictments, no convictions and no sentences.
The only pointer of what lies within the grounds of the prison is a printed note pasted to an old grey door.
Supporters of long-serving African leaders dismiss parallels with Zimbabwe.
Barca needed only a point to reach the knockout stage and the Spanish superpower got exactly that against Juventus.
The three Sri Lanka Tests come before India embark on a three-Test tour starting January in South Africa.
India plan to groom rookie Vijay Shankar as a back-up pace bowling all-rounder with an eye on future overseas tours
Ashes debutants Mark Stoneman and James Vince had frustrated Australia’s vaunted pace attack with a 125-run partnership.
Company looking into supply chain following a request from the London Metal Exchange, which sets prices for the market.
Traders cannot export onions below $850 per tonne until the end of 2017, the order says
Announcement came after MSCI said sanctions against Doha had made it more difficult for investors to obtain riyals.
The list comprises 173 projects that will be entitled to accelerated planning permission as well as EU funding.
Lower exports from the world’s biggest producer will help its rivals like the US, Brazil and Australia.
Idea under consideration; decision would soon be conveyed to the exchange.
Nepra told that CPPA had reported actual fuel cost during October at Rs5.13 per unit.
The court issued the order on the application of a DIG of Police, Dr Fasihuddin, against reporter Umar Cheema.
Concern over non-payment of salaries, pensions to thousands of employees.
Notices issued to govt, NAB on petitions seeking action against investment in offshore companies through illegal ways.
"Afghanistan should not allow its territory to be used by India against Pakistan,” says FO spokesman.
Agency regrets inability to get more information, cites lack of cooperation by UAE authorities.
Appointment of Murtaza Khan as financial adviser in the Pakistan Ordnance Factories board approved.
Snags curtail supply of natural gas, force power plants generating a total of 3,000MW to shut down.
India seeks guarantee from Pakistan that Jadhav’s family members will not be harassed or questioned when they visit him.
The inaugural meeting of defence ministers of member states is being held in Riyadh.
Consulate in Dubai tells former president his request will be processed only after approval from Islamabad.
A two-member team of NAB investigators has acquired visas and it will proceed to the UK next week: source.
PPP says won’t facilitate govt in passing delimitation bill in Senate.
Apex court rejects reports furnished by intelligence agencies.
In the book 'Reporting Pakistan', Meena Menon narrates her experiences of being an Indian journalist in Pakistan.
Delegation briefed on progress, modalities and design matters related to Karachi Circular Railway project.