Eidul Fitr most likely on Tuesday
Eidul Fitr is most likely to fall on July 29 as all the key astronomical parameters are expecting Shawal moon sighting on July 28 .
Sehr, Iftar sans power
Putting aside the tall claims of minimising power crisis during Ramazan, the government has started hitting the consumers hard countrywide with worst load shedding in scorching heat.
People should support IDPs, says Hamza
Central leader of PML-N Hamza Shahbaz Sharif MNA has said that the sacrifices of IDPs have paved the way for the success of operation Zarb-e-Azab.
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LeT making recruits learn from Kasab's Mumbai attack mistakes
This emerged during interrogation of LeT terrorist Mohd Naveed Jutt who was arrested by police in the third week of last month in South Kashmir.
Cherishing the sweetness of Shah's mangoes
'Are Sukkar mangoes sweeter than Multani chaunsa' was the common question on Wednesday asked by those who have tasted the mangoes sent by Opposition Leader in National Assembly Khurshid Shah as a gift from Sukkur to the staff of Senate, National Assembly, friends and journalists in the federal capital and chief ministers, governors of four ... (more)
Mepco chief fired over corruption charges
Water and Power Secretary Nargis Sethi on Wednesday fired Mepco Chief Abdur Rashid Tariq over the charges of corruption, irregularities and failure to bring down loadshedding to five hours in urban areas and seven hours in rural areas.
Travel writing is a fine art; accepted literary genre that is read. Writers who are gifted with an ability to understand what they see and can breathe life into a place when they narrate their travel experiences.
Trouble in the Hindu Kush
The 'mountains of death' that have passes between high peaks that even the troops of Alexander the Great found treacherous are once again the scene of battle.
Rashid Zahoor: he hears the woods and deciphers their will : June 30, 2014,
ISLAMABAD: There is little in common between pharmacy and sculpturing. Both consume the human like an ocean to sinking object.
Saving Junaid Hafeez = Saving Pakistan
In a piece published by the Jackson Free Press on June 25th, 2014, about the sad and shameful case of blasphemy charges registered against a young professor of English in Multan, Pakistan, named Junaid Hafeez, the writer, Carmen Christo, quotes Sarmad Ali, a Pakistan-based journalist and activist, as well as NY-based long-time feminist and Human ... (more)
2 pilots killed in army helicopter crash in Pakistan
At least two pilots were killed late Wednesday night when a helicopter of the Pakistan army crashed in central Pakistan's Multan district, local media and officials said early Thursday.