Shake-up in Saudi Arabia strengthens King Salman’s powerful son

Did Govt offer  Rs10b to Imran Khan to stay mum on Panama case?

Why Saudi alliance cannot fight out terrorism?

At least 8 Iran guards dead in clash with Jaish al-adl terrorists on Pakistan border

WikiLeaks document reveals Samsung smart TV records and sends your voice to CIA

7,000 Soldiers Desert Israeli Army Annually

India blocks social media in occupied Kashmir

Former Israeli Defense Minister Confirms Israeli Collaboration With ISIS In Syria

Saudi-led coalition warned against assault on Yemen’s lifeline port

Former TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan admits RAW, NDS using terrorists to destabilise Pakistan

A rebellion in the offing: Growing chances of mutiny among Royal family in Saudia

Pakistan’s secrete request: Would Iran join Saudi led military alliance?

Turkish Jets Bomb US-Backed Troops in Iraq and Syria

Israel's supreme leader says next president should be less engaged with West

Step down, Mr Prime Minister

Dawn leaks: Is Tariq Fatemi another escape goat?

Why does the West support the Survival of the ISIS in Syria?

Radicalised women and rise of ISIS in Pakistan

10 killed as landmine blast hits van carrying census workers in Kurram

Saudi-Iran rivalry aside, does Muslim world need military alliance?

Five Takfiri terrorists from LeJ killed in hours-long Karachi shootout with Rangers

Donald Trump has ‘dangerous mental illness’, say psychiatry experts at Yale conference

US failure in Afghanistan: The tainted legacy of Super power

Trump administrations secrete efforts to resume munitions sale to Saudis

Afghan defence minister, army chief resign after Taliban attack

Military to play 'due role' in SC JIT probing Sharif family

Arrest o Al Qaeda leaders in Yemen: Why did Saudi coalition play this drama?

The Chitral incident: Is amending Blasphemy law necessary?

Netanyahu’s wife to be indicted over corruption charges

North Korea says ready to strike US aircraft carrier

Four FC personnel lay down lives in roadside blast in Kech district

Pakistan agrees to send 5,000 troops to US-Saudi aggression coalition!

US military confirms Daesh chemical attack in west Mosul

Chinese jihadis rise in Syria raises concerns at home

Save Iran deal

Panama verdict: Why it is better for PM to resign?

Mattis penchant for Saudia: Did US pressurize Pakistan to lead Saudi Military alliance?

Assad is not the only one ‘responsible’ for rise and deeds of IS

Seven killed in rain-related incidents in Punjab

Pentagon chief in Israel to discuss Iran, Syria

Israel behind US-North Korea standoff

Bashar Assad’s exit is the triumph of ISIS

How does JUI-F Condon extremism in Pakistan?

Panama verdict: Is the real game still waiting for?

Iraq forces free 11-year-old Yazidi girl in Mosul

Iran condemns Paris attack but blames Western policies

434 militants surrender in Balochistan

Mob attacks man in Chitral accused of making 'blasphemous remarks'

The Taliban mess

Al-Qaeda’s Jordanian Emir masterminds Al-Nusra’s chemical attacks in Syria

US Continues to Airdrop More Aid Packages to ISIL Terrorists in Northwestern Iraq

ISIS-Al-Qaeda alliance:  What is at stake for Pakistan and Afghanistan?

Iran bans live election debates

Panama case: Who will be part of JIT and when will it begin its investigation?

North Korea warns of 'super-mighty pre-emptive strike' as US plans next move

Pakistan, Iran work to heal Saudi alliance rift

Syria “bus bombing” conducted by terrorists, not Syrian government; No red lines?

Panamagate verdict: PML-N declares 'victory', Supreme Court orders JIT probe of Sharif family

What is Israel looking for in India?

Return of a dictator : Erdogan to wreak new havoc

Would North Korean war prove a last nail in US coffin?

Clean Chit or Conviction: What will the Panama Judgment entail?

Two Wahabi clerics under investigation over lynching of student

Getting Ahsan ullah Ahsan: The changing scenario of Pakistan's war on militancy

Iran-Saudi Arab relations to improve fast: Hassan Rouhani

Trump administration to review Iran sanctions relief: State Dept

The cate is out of bag: Military alliance may be used against Houthis, says Saudi defence adviser

Yemen popular forces shot down Saudi helicopter,12 Saudi officers killed

Uzair’s crime and Pakistan politics

Why does a university-educated student turn to terrorism?

Arab League hesitant to recognize results of Turkish referendum

North Korea readies for war? Is Kim Jong mulling nuclear option?

Sham democracy: The long lonely battle of Rohingyas

Accusing Iran for espionage: What is the real game?

Erdogan’s victory: Did Turkish people desire for dictatorship?

Pot calling the kettle black: A state, sponsoring terrorism calls Assad terrorists

Quetta-bound Jaffar Express derails near Gujranwala, five bogies overturn

Punjab University professor murdered in Lahore

Do Israelis want Ahmadinejad to get re-elected?

Trump woos Pakistan to isolate China

Why does everyone hate AD Khawaja?

Details of a coup attempt in Qatar!

Suspect confesses he acted upon university admin’s directions against Mashal

Pakistan should not be made part of any proxy war: MWM

Putin deploys army to North Korea in readiness for World war 3

Former TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan has turned himself in: Pak Army

US intelligence source: Syria chemical weapons attack launched from Saudi base

Would Putin abandon Bashar al-Assad and Iran?

Tit for Tat: The link between Kulbhoshan’s execution and Pakistan colonel’s disappearance

Saudi guns on Pakistan’s shoulder

Did Al Qaeda Fool the White House Again?

People who cast blasphemy accusations need to be educated, says Imam-i-Kaaba

Riyadh Offers Financial Aid to Trump for Continued Strikes on Syria

Sindh Police attack on Shias commemorating birthday of Imam Ali (A.S), ledge F.I.R

Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad airports put on hijack alert

Target Easter: Noureen Laghari from university life to IS-affiliation

When US and Israel gassed civilians

A deepening conspiracy: What is the US Plan to dethrone Assad?

Lahore: The home of Takfiri terrorists

Vladimir Putin says US is preparing to bomb Syrian capital and will blame devastation on Bashar-al Assad's forces


Crooked fourth schedule: Why ASWJ terrorists are still roaming free?

1395/8/7 | 22:08
  The State Bank of Pakistan froze bank accounts of 4,000 suspects named in the Fourth Schedule on Sunday. According to media details, these include proscribed Jaish-e-Muhammad’s chief Masood Azhar. Geo News quoted via sources, the accounts have been frozen of suspects named in the fourth schedule upon National Counter Terrorism Authority’s (NACTA) request.The accounts have a net amount of 350 million rupees. Earlier on Friday, the government had decided to reverse its earlier decision of blocking the national identity cards and passports ...

A lost war: Why Afghan  has failed to control drugs spill over?

1395/7/19 | 22:08
Alarming reports have surfaced from Khurasan Camp of Afghan refugees in suburbs of Peshawar where women weaving carpets are reportedly feeding opium to their children which have rendered them drug addicts and illiterates at cost of commercial motives. The practice of drugging children with opium goes unnoticed by the government and concerned authorities putting the future of hundreds of young Afghans at stake.  A prime example is 12 years old Jawad, an ethnic Turkmen from Afghan refugee family living in Khurasan camp, who became drug addict ...

Societal decline: inexorable Violence against transgender

1395/7/6 | 22:08
  A transgender was shot and injured on Saturday in the limits of the Pishtakhara police station of the provincial capital. Police identified the victim as Deedar, resident of Bara Shakhain. The injured transgender was shifted to Khyber Teaching Hospital (KTH). This is the sixth reported case of violence against trans people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa this year. Earlier this year, transgender Alisha who was shot eight times allegedly by a disgruntled customer succumbed to her wounds at Peshawar's Lady Reading Hospital (LRH). The historical Supreme ...

Bahamas leaks: Pakistan, a heaven for tax evaders

1395/7/5 | 22:08
 After the names of 259 Pakistanis with links to offshore companies surfaced in one of the world’s biggest-ever data called the Panama Papers in May, another cache of leaked documents emerged on Wednesday carrying the names of 150 Pakistanis who own companies in the Bahamas, a constellation of over 700 islands. Like the previous papers, numerous Pakistani owners and beneficiaries of offshore companies in tax havens have come to light, but in contrast to the frenzied response to the Panama papers, the Bahamas have barely created a ripple. ...

Suspected encounters: Why no law for Police encounters?

1395/6/10 | 22:08
 Three terrorists, who were allegedly involved in the attack on Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009, were killed in a police encounter in Lahore on Sunday, Express News reported. According to the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), local authorities had received information regarding terrorists hiding in a building in Lahore’s Manawan area. As police entered the area, they were ambushed by seven terrorists resulting in an hour-and-and-a-half long gun battle. Four attackers were killed in the firing exchange, with others fleeing the scene ...

ARY News office ransacked in Karachi: One dead five injured

1395/6/1 | 22:08
Violent protesters today set a police mobile on fire and threatened a reporter of ARY News in Karachi's Saddar area, killing one person and injuring several others. Head of Emergency Ward at Jinnah Hospital, Seemin Jamali, said, "At least one person was brought dead (to JPMC) while several others were injured." The ARY office is located in a busy part of the city above the popular Zainab Market. ARY News has alleged that the protesters are members of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). The TV channel reported that the protesters entered the building ...

Panic of child kidnapping: Myth and reality behind missing children

1395/5/29 | 22:08
Alarming news from Punjab that children are being kidnapped with increasing frequency sent a chill down my spine. As a father, I can realize that whenever a child or teen is kidnapped anywhere, heavens fall on parents. The terrifying prospect of abduction fills hearts and minds of affected family everywhere. The Supreme Court’s two-judge bench in Lahore was earlier this month told by police chief that more than 1800 children were kidnapped between 2015 and 2016, of them 1,715 have so far been recovered while 93 still missing. In 2015 alone, there ...

The new target: Pakistan’s militancy takes a new dimension

1395/5/24 | 22:08
Lahore High Court justices condemned the Quetta blast and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families. LHC Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah and other judges strongly condemned the murder of Bilal Anwar Kasi, the Balochistan High Court Bar Association president, and the suicide attack in which scores of lawyers, journalists and other citizens were killed and injured. They offered their sympathies and condolences to the bereaved families. The judges prayed for the early recovery of the wounded.The chief justice personally spoke to Khan Abdul Ghani ...

Raging abductions: Is Govt playing down rash of Child kidnapping?

1395/5/16 | 22:08
Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Shehbaz Sharif on Monday presided over a high-level meeting in Lahore in order to discuss the child kidnapping issue and the overall situation of law and order. The performance of the Child Protection Bureau was also reviewed during the meeting. Punjab CM directed the formation of a task force in order to tackle the child kidnappings and also ordered that extra contingents be deployed at bus and railway stations, parks and other crowded areas. The report presented to the CM about the child kidnappings stated that out ...

Child abduction: No vigorous effort to halt the heinous crime

1395/5/14 | 22:08
A meeting chaired by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was recently informed that as many as 767 children had been kidnapped from different cities of the province in the first seven months of the current year. According to a statement, the officials of Punjab Child Protection Bureau briefed the meeting about special measures being taken to ensure the earliest-possible recovery of the missing kids. “Out of 767 children, as many as 721 were successfully recovered and joined with their families,” they told the meeting.On the occasion, Chief ...