President Mamnoon Hussain hopes that the newly-appointed members of CII will meet nation's expectations.
Pakistan replace New Zealand, who slip to second spot after their defeat to India.
The set of three stamps will cost Rs30, while the souvenir sheets are priced at Rs50 each.
Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman lauds sacrifices made by the force's "supreme sacrifices".
All security arrangements have been finalised, says DIG operations.
Zafar Abbas was appointed by the KP government as the Deputy Director Prosecution.
Syeda Sadia, who played for the national side, says coach Saeed Khan assaulted her on October 8 in Lahore.
Asif Bajwa says the ECP won't have enough time for carrying out new delimitations.
More than two-thirds of the UN General Assembly voted for Pakistan.
The migrants have formed a cricket club in a town dominated by rugby and football.
Abu Bakar Mahmood's hat-trick led the team to victory.
Often unable to find personal and professional independence back home, more single Pakistani women are choosing to make
Could the solution to the private-public education gap be one system?
Do comics have a future in Pakistan? Reflections on their reception at the 30th Lahore International Book Fair
Feminist and political activist Anis Haroon’s memoirs encapsulate her extraordinary tale
While people do stare at her when she's riding around on her Suzuki GS 150, she puts it down to curiosity.
Christophe Jaffrelot’s new book provides a different perspective from the usual narratives on Pakistan
Dilip Hiro’s The Longest August is a comprehensive but unilluminating account of Indo-Pak relations
Renowned scholar Tariq Rahman looks at how identities, colonisation and Islamisation have influenced naming trends
Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book provides insight into a difficult time in Pakistan’s foreign policy manoeuvres.
Governments need to rethink their approach if a rise in sea level and other natural calamities are to be avoided
“It is really shocking that historical monuments on the World Heritage List are entrusted to the provincial government.”
NA speaker once again deferred the matter of voting on the motions submitted by JUI-F and MQM to deseat PTI MNA’s.
Deputy Prime Minister of Turkmenistan invites Premier Sharif to attend TAPI's ground-breaking ceremony this year.
Tracing the growth of art book and journal publishing in Pakistan
Syeda Abida Hussain’s memoirs give readers an insight into the
behind-the-scenes intrigue in Pakistani politics
The Militant provides insight into the history, rise and possible future of militancy in Pakistan
Two young siblings take us on a journey to the land of the Pharaohs
Andrew Small examines the history of the unusual relationship between China and Pakistan
The memoirs of Robert L.Grenier, Pakistan's CIA station chief, are fast-paced but not many details are revealed