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Saudi Prince calls for military campaign against Kuwait, sparks backlash

Allama Hassan Zafar says those ridiculed judiciary, top judges, are freed

JCSC Pakistan chief in US for conference on countering violent extremist outfits

Forward bloc in PTI?

China endorses Pakistan’s aid request to IMF

Sunday by-poll: Analysis and lessons for PTI

Shrines under the watchful eye: CJP orders forensic audit

Saudi riyal at lowest level since 2016 over Khashoggi case

India, Iran to speed up Chabahar plan before US bans

UET Peshawar Students Develop a Solution to Power Theft

Pakistan wins first medal in 2018 Youth Olympics in wrestling

Shia pilgrims denied entry into Balochistan, stuck at provincial border with Sindh

Iran embassy in Ankara evacuated after 'bomb warning'

Mother defeats son in Muzaffargarh by-elections

Asia Bibi case: Opportunist Khadim Rizvi threatens judiciary, NGOs and the lawyer

U.S envoy met the Taliban representatives in Qatar

$2 bn RLNG pipeline: Crucial Pak-Russia talks begin today

Saudi source: Reconciliation with Iran possible if sanctions imposed

Three Saudi soldiers killed in clashes with Yemeni army in border areas

Saudis 'reject' threats as stocks drop amid scrutiny over missing journalist

On the decliine: PTI fails to clinch NA seat in by-polls

Jamal Khashoggi was no Revolutionary, Rebel or Human rights defender

The question of cuffs

Pakistan By-election results 2018 LIVE Updates

After DPO Gondal, another short shrift for IGP Punjab

Illegal recruitments scam: NAB Arrests ex-PU VC, five registers

TLP threatens to paralyse country if Aasia Bibi is acquitted

In the shadow of loan: Is US trying to create rift between China and Pakistan?

British-Pakistani Iris Iftikhar eyes Gold at British Taekwondo Championship

Trump using Iranophobia to sell American munitions to Arab states: Nasrallah

UK imam fired for anti-Saudi comments

Sunni Ittehad Council chief condemns arrest of Faisal Raza Abidi

Pakistan will continue to trade with Iran in own interest despite US sanctions

Jamal Khashoggi changes the Middle East at potentially horrible cost

Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India Pipeline

Why has Mr. Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui been removed as IHC Judge?

How to register your mobile device with PTA?

US sees Chinese debt responsible for economic woes in Pakistan

Indian troops martyr PhD scholar Dr Manan Wani among two in IoK

HRW urges Saudi allies to review ties over missing journalist

Australia dash Pakistan's dreams by drawing first Test

Minister sees 8 months halt every year if Pakistan-Iran ferry service launched

Pakistan formally seeks financial assistance from IMF

Saudi crown prince ordered operation against missing journalist: report

Murder of Saudi Journalist: A ticking time bomb between Turkey and KSA

Pak-China Armed Drone deal and its implications in the region

Who is Calsons?: NAB’s best bet in Ashiana case

'Yemenis target Saudi military boat in counter-strike'

Saudi Arabia's dark history of abduction and killing dissidents

China to sell unmanned, strike-capable drones to Pakistan

Turkey vows to put on trial Saudi officials tied to Khashoggi case

Pakistani rupee, the cheapest currency in South Asia: Report

Faisal Raza Abidi arrested outside Supreme Court for criticizing powerful figures

Who is Ibrahim Koko?: Startling case of fake travel documents

IMF warns Pakistan against ‘excessive loans’ from China

“No NRO”: PM maintains rigid stance against corruption

Saudis, authoritarian leaders inspired by Trump: Sanders

Allama Raja Nasir asks government to rescue Shia Zaireen at Taftan border

DPO Pakpattan case: Who is the real winner?

Pakistan With or Without the IMF?

Qatar Airways will continue flights to Iran, unfazed by US sanctions

Pakistan extend lead to 325 against Australia

No threat to Pakistan from Cyclone Luban

Neither Saudi Arabia, nor other producers can replace Iranian oil: Zangeneh

Blasphemy charges: Khanewal police book man for claiming to be '11th caliph'

PhD Transfer Programs: HEC greets US delegation

Shahbaz Arrest: Nawaz steps in as PML-N bets on sympathy vote

Pakistan ex-minister suggests to enhance trade ties with Iran

Imran must keep working relations with Iran

Treason case: LHC orders removal of Cyril Almeida's name from ECL, withdraws warrants

Another surgical strike?

Saudi cleric close to MBS calls for 'peace' trip to Israel

Cleric declares himself 11th Imam of Islam

ASWJ Mengal group terrorist involved in Shia genocide released

LHC rejects police stance on permission for azadari Majlis in houses

Review of CPEC accord underway: Imran

LNG Accord: Are Pak-Qatar ties in danger?

Shahbaz Sharif Arrested: What Next?

Pakistan off to steady start in first Test against Australia

Health Ministry: 1 in 3 Yemeni children suffer from severe malnutrition

Missing Saudi journalist killed at consulate in Turkey: Sources

Is Shahbaz Sharif's arrest meant to rig elections?

Peshawar University fiasco: A shame for democracy

Demonstration held in Islamabad to protest against Saudi govt

Inside story of Mehmoodur Rasheed son's case

What Fawad Hassan Fawad disclosed about Shehbaz Sharif at NAB office?

Sarfraz wants Yasir Shah to attack new-look Australia

What happened in the Cabinet meeting?

In rebuttal to Trump, Salman says Saudi won’t pay US for kingdom’s security

Blackwater plan to outsource Afghan war draws angry response from Kabul

Politicians, analysts react to Shahbaz Sharif's arrest by NAB

Jadeja hits maiden ton as India declare on record 649-9

America’s Iran Policy Is Helping China Advance a Multipolar World

Shahbaz Sharif arrested by NAB Lahore in Ashiana Housing scam case

Banned terrorist party ringleader shot dead by former comrades

Amateurish ideas on education

Would Putin's nuclear olive branch to India create bridge of mistrust between Islamabad and Moscow again?

Saudi Arabia seeks wide-ranging deals with South African arms firms amid Yemen war

Will PTI be forced to embrace IMF?

Iran says ready to work with Saudis to build strong region, end US conceit

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UFO sightings have reached an all-time high

1397/7/11 | 18:32
  Statistician and PhD candidate Sam Monfort compiled all of the data from the National UFO Reporting Centre and found that more people than ever have spotted UFO's in the recent years. The number, which has been rising since the 1980's, hit an all-time high in 2010 with about 45,000 yearly sightings. Sightings between 1990 and 2000 rose dramatically by nearly 30 thousand yearly sightings. The data also shows that USA has the most sighting by far at almost 300 times greater than the global median. But these sighting are no longer all ...

Scientists inject human cells into pig embryo to create human-pig hybrid

1397/7/4 | 18:32
Every 10 minutes another person is added to the national waiting list for organ transplants in the United States. Every day 22 people on that list die waiting for an organ that they need. The purpose of the experiment is to see if human-compatible organs can be grown within an animal, such as a pig. These organs can then be used for future transplants into human beings, who may then also technically be part pig, a chimera. There are 2 ways to create a chimera: The first is to transplant organs from one species to another, however, the risk ...

Blood Moon dazzles star gazers in longest lunar eclipse of century

1397/5/6 | 18:32
  A blood-red moon dazzled star gazers across much of the world on Friday when the earth's natural satellite moved into the shadow of our planet for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st Century. From the Cape of Good Hope to the Middle East, and from the Kremlin to Sydney Harbour, thousands of people turned their eyes to the stars to watch the moon which turned dark before shining orange, brown and crimson as it moved into the earth's shadow. The total eclipse will last 1 hour, 42 minutes and 57 seconds, though a partial eclipse preceded ...

China aims to outstrip NASA with super-powerful rocket

1397/4/12 | 18:32
China is working on a super-powerful rocket that would be capable of delivering heavier payloads into low orbit than NASA, a leading Chinese space expert was quoted as saying Monday. By 2030, the Long March-9 rocket under development will be able to carry 140 tonnes into low-Earth orbit -- where TV and earth observation satellites currently fly -- said Long Lehao, a senior official from the Chinese Academy of Engineering, according to the official Xinhua news agency. This compares to the 20 tonnes deliverable by Europe's Ariane 5 rocket or ...

MH370 Captain Crashed Plane in Murder-suicide: Experts

1397/2/25 | 18:32
  The captain of the MH370 Malaysia Airlines flight “deliberately evaded radar” and crashed the plane in a murder-suicide that killed 239 passengers more than four years ago, according to aviation experts. The mysterious disappearance of the Boeing 777 flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing has puzzled the world, but a panel of investigators claim they have worked out what happened on board the flight in 2014. Appearing on Australia’s 60 Minutes, the team of investigators, which included a man who led the search for two years, said ...

Horrific ‘hairy’ creature washes up on Philippine beach

1397/2/23 | 18:32
  An enormous dead creature seemingly covered with hair has washed up on a beach in the Philippines, inciting some locals to ask for prayers in fear of impending doom. The 20-foot-long (sic-meter-long) globster - an unidentifiable organic mass - washed ashore in Barangay, San Antonio, in the Oriental Mindoro province of the Philippines on Friday night. Local Tam Maling, who was one of the first to witness the beast, asked people on Facebook to “pray for us,” as he feared the creature was a sign of an impending earthquake. While Maling’s ...

Huge dead zone in Gulf of Oman is far worse than feared – but what is it?

1397/2/12 | 18:32
  A large ‘dead zone’ in the Gulf of Oman is increasing in size, according to scientists who warn the oxygen-scarce area is worse than previously thought and poses a threat to the environment. But what does that mean? The dead zone in the Arabian Sea is now the world’s biggest Oxygen Minimum Zone (OMZ). About the size of Scotland or Florida, the dead zone almost covers the entire Gulf of Oman, which borders Iran, Oman, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates. What is a dead zone? A dead zone is an area of the sea or a large body ...

Beijing warns Washington against US probe in Huawei trade with Iran

1397/2/7 | 18:32
  China warned the United States on Thursday against harming trade after a report that US authorities had opened an investigation into suspected violations of Iran sanctions by China's Huawei Technologies. A US Justice Department probe would come on the back of subpoenas issued to the company by the US Commerce and Treasury Departments over sanctions-related issues, according to the Wall Street Journal. Huawei -- one of the world's largest telecommunications equipment and services providers -- has been under tough scrutiny in the United ...

Diamond rain in Sudan evidence of ‘lost planet’

1397/2/2 | 18:32
  Diamonds found inside a meteorite which exploded over Sudan could prove the existence of a “lost planet”, scientists have announced. Following years of research, a new study has found that the tiny diamonds contain compounds that are only produced under intense pressure, suggesting they were formed far beneath the surface of a planet. This planet, which is believed to be somewhere between the moon and Mars in size, is thought to have collided with other objects during the first 10 million years of the solar system and no longer ...

China Deploys Military Technology to Fight Mosquitos

1397/1/11 | 18:32
China is developing highly sensitive radars to detect an unexpected enemy: mosquitoes. Once developed, the new devices will be able to detect when a mosquito is flapping its wings miles away. China’s central government provided a research team with a $12.9 million grant to develop what has been described as a military-grade mosquito net. The research is being carried out by Beijing’s Institute of Technology using China’s advanced missile defense system, according to South China Morning Post. The technology being used is the same found ...