27 min ago
Asia News Network
Mango season in full swing in Pakistan
Season of mangoes, the king of fruits, is now in full swing as the fruit has made it to the market in big quantity.
1 hr ago
USAID imparts training to Discos employees
The USAID Power Distribution Programme arranged training programme for the employees of power distribution companies on customer service excellence to polish their skills and learning to train their colleagues on soft skills and customer care service.
17 hrs ago
The Washington Post
Palm Oil Climbs for Fourth Day as Malaysian Exports Seen Gaining
Palm oil advanced for a fourth day to the highest in almost three months on speculation that exports from Malaysia, the world's second-largest producer, may climb as consumers stock up ahead of Ramadan next month.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Held up: Bronze-domed gift to Afghanistan
New Delhi, June 16: Fresh delays have pushed India into a race against time to hand over its most symbolically loaded gift - a new, bronze-domed parliament building - to Afghanistan ahead of key transitions in the strategically critical nation in 2014.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Nawaz govt urged to show seriousness on Aafia issue
Hyderabad, June 14: Dr Aafia Siddiqui could return home within two days if the government of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif expresses political will as it enjoys the two-third majority, said Dr Fowzia Siddiqui of Aafia Movement Pakistan, addressing a big protest demo here Friday.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
VIEW : Pakistan and its foreign policy - Syed Mansoor Hussain
If we did not have an ongoing confrontation with India, why would we need such a big army? For all practical purposes, Pakistan became an army with a country A friend of mine recently asked me why I never comment on Pakistani foreign policy.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
2 boys drown in Phuleli Canal
Two boys drowned while swimming in Fuleli Canal here to avoid the scorching summer heat.
Global Voices Online
No Witnesses? No Rape, Says Pakistan's Islamic Council
A ruling by Pakistan's Council of Islamic Ideology dismissing DNA as primary evidence in rape cases has received much flak from activists in the country.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Rains likely as
The PMD advisory predicted that due to pre monsoon system, the city will witness cloudy weather on Wednesday with possibilities of light shower.
First pre-monsoon rains lash twin cities
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Meteorological Department has predicted the first pre-monsoon weather system likely to grip upper and central parts of the country from Wednesday evening or night and may continue till the start of next week.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Human beings like other organisms, have always polluted their environment with the byproducts of their action.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Pakistan Christian Post
Hyderabad Church Diocese for Equal Representation to Christians
HYDERABAD, Pakistan: June 8, 2013. Diocese of Hyderabad Church of Pakistan Bishop Kaleem John has congratulated newly elected prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif,speakers, deputy speakers, chief ministers of all 4 provinces on his and Christian community behalf and has asked all Pakistani Christians to pray on next Sunday in Churches for the ... (more)
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Ogra imposes ban on CNG filling in wagons
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority has now imposed complete ban on filling Compressed Natural Gas in public transport wagons while this prohibition will not be applicable on vehicles with CNG cylinder fitted on roofs.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
MQM observes day of mourning
Port, industrial and trading activities suspended in Sindh By Razi Syed KARACHI: Karachi and several other cities in the Sindh province wore a deserted look on Thursday as major industrial, trading and port activities were suspended due to day of mourning declared by Muttahida Qaumi Movement against kidnapping and killing of its workers.
Tributes paid to a much-loved doctor
His eldest son, Amjad, from London, said: "My father was a man of great integrity and was held in immense regard by patients and colleagues.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Pakistan reviving Punjab militancy: Shinde
New Delhi, June 5 : Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Wednesday said Pakistan is trying to revive militancy in Punjab.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Pakistan Christian Post
150 bodies dumped during 2 months; Mengal Refuses Oath
HYDERABAD,PAKISTAN: June 4, 2013. Baloch rebel leader and former chief minister of Balochistan Sardar Akhtar Mangal's party Balochistan National Party has refused to take oath in National Assembly and Balochistan provincial Assembly protesting against the rigging in last general election held on May 11,2013. BNP has one NA and 2 Balochistan ... (more)
Mon Jun 03, 2013
USAID renovating thermal plants at Jamshoro, Guddu
"Helping to strengthen Pakistan's energy sector in ways that increase the supply of electricity to consumers is a top assistance priority for the United States government.
Fri May 31, 2013
Child victims of Pakistan's 'begging mafia'
For many Pakistani Muslims, visiting a shrine and donating money to beggars go hand in hand.