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Youm-e-Ashur being observed countrywide today

Sharifs will be offered neither deal nor concession: minister

Can Pakistan resolve Yemen conflict?

Bahraini regime forces detain another Shia cleric amid Muharram crackdown

Nasrallah: Hezbollah in possession of precision rockets to Israel’s dismay

Muharram & Karbala: The Martyrdom Anniversary of Imam Husayn(A.S.)

Saudi Arabia invited to become third strategic partner in CPEC: Fawad Chaudhry

Bannon: Saudi, Egypt, UAE prepared to occupy Qatar

Talks again: Positive overtures between Modi and Khan

Shafaqna Exclusive: The deal behind Nawaz Sharif's release

Religious affairs minister discusses treatment of Xinjiang Muslims with Chinese envoy

US envoy says Washington seeks a treaty with Iran

'Saudis gave MKO gold, Rolex watches worth hundreds of millions of dollars'

India outclass Pakistan in one-sided Asia Cup affair

What happens next after IHC orders Nawaz Sharif's release?

Sentences of Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, Capt Safdar suspended

CJP takes notice of 10-year-old Amal’s death in Karachi

Is Saudia paying $2bn for Nawaz Sharif's safe passage?

The Man Behind Imran Khan

Video: Who Hussain is and why Shia Muslims mourn for him?

Lives of hundreds of thousands of Yemeni children hang in balance

Why IMF looks unavoidable?

Sarfraz, Rohit promise blockbuster India-Pakistan clash

ICC launches investigation into Myanmar’s crimes against Rohingya Muslims

Afghanistan arrests over two dozen Daesh terrorists ahead of Ashura

Motives behind Saudi largesse: Is Bin Salman wooing Imran Khan with Petr-dollars?

Azadars under attack by terrorists in Ratto Dero Larkana

Sarfraz bats for Indo-Pak series on home soil

Farhan Junejo, close aide of late PPP leader, reportedly arrested in UK

Democrats planning to stop Trump’s military support for Saudi war on Yemen

Can India and Pakistan cooperate on water?

CTD Punjab ‘breaks’ TTP, Hizbul Ahrar network

Pakistan's Imran Khan vows to give citizenship to some Afghans, Bengalis

NATO warships moving closer to Syria shores amid looming US airstrikes: Report

29th Annual Ashura Day Procession in London to be held on Thursday

Number of prisoners of conscience in Saudi Arabia increases to 2,613

US always has a political bias against Muslims, says Minister Shireen Mazari

Pakistan Embassy commemorates Defence Day in Tehran

Run out/match ratio: Pakistan remains best fielding side in ODIs in last two years

Pakistan, UK reach agreement on repatriation of 'looted wealth'

Manzoor Pashteen, PTM leader – declared a proclaimed offender

China struggles with Belt and Road pushback

PPP warns of strong ‘resistance’ if Kalabagh dam project is revived

Yemeni forces shoot down Saudi spy drone in Jizan

Iran says Saudis, UAE turned OPEC into “tool” for US

Pakistani Student Wins Award for Improving LTE & 5G Wireless Systems

Outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba threatens shopkeepers over Nohas in Hub city

A massive paradigm shift: US envoy claims Pakistan ready to open Afghan land route for India: US envoy

South Asia Cup: Pakistan takes on Hong Kong today

Indian army has crossed all limits of cruelty in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Mismatch between Imran Khan’s words and Punjab govt’s deeds!

New laws: Opposing Dam can be treason in Pakistan

A proactive foreign policy: Can Pakistan replace India in Afghanistan?

Iran envoy: World should take MI6's Syria plot seriously

Syrian military downs Israeli missiles fired at Damascus airport

Freedom of speech and blasphemous caricatures

Iran envoy speaks at National Defense University on Pak-Iran strategic cooperation

Malik Riaz of Bahria Town extends sincere apologies to Shia Muslims

UK legislators’ team rejects plea for Ishaq Dar’s deportation

Turkey pledges to support Pakistan on Kashmir at UN

Medical, dental colleges’ entry test on September 23

Bilateralism between India and Pakistan

Israeli forces fatally shoot three Palestinians in Gaza

Not my fault that I'm Inzamam’s nephew: Imam-ul-Haq

Saudi Arabia holds religious oppression as a normalized system of governance

Senior UAE official pays secret visit to Israel: Report

Taliban for minus Pakistan talks with US administration

Youm-e-Ali Asghar observed to commemorate Imam Hussain’s infant

Begum Kulsoom Nawaz's funeral

Un-poisoning the chalice!

World’s longest straight-line sea route connects Pakistan to Russia

CPEC: Exposed to hybrid warfare

Spain gives in to Saudi pressure to deliver 400 precision bombs

Saudi forces tear down Muharram mourning tents in Shia Qatif region

Saudi Arabia buys Israeli ‘Iron Dome’ system amid détente: Report

Syrians dodge death with air strike warning app

Four senior Shia Islamic scholars gagged as no change seen under PTI govt

Kulsoom Nawaz’s funeral prayers held in London

Mini budget Bomb: Govt to impose new taxes of Rs400bn

India beat Pakistan 3-1 to reach SAFF final

Prime Minister House to be converted into high-quality postgraduate institute: minister

Dam Mania: Can Pakistan go for Kala Bagh dam?

An old Mantra: Is US planning again to control Pakistan nukes?

India’s push on Iran's Chabahar puts US in tight corner

Pompeo appreciates Saudi respect for civilians in Yemen war, lets aid continue

Official: UAE convinced Yemen’s Saleh to ally with Houthis

Sharifs' Raiwind residence declared sub-jail as Nawaz, Maryam parole extended by three days

High security needed in Moharram due to threat of terrorism

Will Imran Khan continue support with Saudi led military coalition?

A hope for a better education system

Pompeo said US would not block Pakistan if it seeks IMF bailout: Fawad Chaudhry

PM Imran Khan forms task force on sports

At key ‘2+2’ talks, India should take US demands on Iran oil sanctions with a pinch of salt

Govt allows Nawaz Sharif, Maryam to attend Kulsoom funeral in Lahore on parole

Bus crash in India's Telangana state kills at least 53

UK urged to relax rules on foreign students

Suicide bomber kills 32 in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province

Sindh education dept orders private schools to return extra fees

Election Commission rejects petition against renamed banned terrorist outfit PRHP

Wife of Ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif passes away in London after long battle with cancer

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'Man buries deceased father in brand-new BMW in Nigeria'

1397/3/24 | 09:25
A wealthy man in Nigeria has reportedly buried his deceased father in a brand-new luxurious BMW to fulfill a promise he once made to buy him a car. Pictures have gone viral on social media showing a group of men burying the deceased person inside of an 88,000-dollar BMW X5 in a deep grave in the remote poor village of Ihiala. The man, who was identified only as Azubuike, had reportedly promised his father to buy him a car but lost his father before he could do so. He then decided to use the car as his coffin, according to locals. The move, ...

Prolonged social isolation can lead to health problems

1397/3/8 | 09:25
ISLAMABAD: A strong social network is crucial for mental as well as physical well-being, finds a study, suggesting that isolation can lead to health problems, especially for those who move places for better career opportunities. Researchers from Concordia University found that immigrants who were able to form friendships and get involved in new social networks during their first five months in Canada had increases in heart rate variability. While those who remained socially isolated over time showed a decrease, Science Daily reported. “The ...

More than one third of US college students face hunger: Study

1397/1/15 | 09:25
  Over one in three US university students say they don't have enough money for food, with some even going entire days without eating because they cannot afford meals, according to a report. The study, conducted by researchers at Temple University and the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, found 36 percent of college students said they had been food insecure over the past 30 days, meaning they were not eating healthy, nutritious food. The report, titled Still Hungry and Homeless in College, also found that around one quarter of college students said ...

London Sees Sharp Increase in Rapes, Murders, Robberies and Knife Crimes

1396/12/21 | 09:25
  The Third World invasion of Britain—which turned London majority nonwhite seven years ago—has resulted in a massive crime increase, including a 20% rise in rapes, a 33% rise in murders, a 40% rise in robberies, and a 25% increase in knife crime over the last year alone, new statistics have revealed. Typically for the politically correct and blatantly anti-white policing establishment, local police spokesman told media that they “don’t understand” the reason for the crime increase, and the increase in rapes in particular. “There ...

‘200 sexual harassment cases in Scottish Parliament’

1396/12/12 | 09:25
  A confidential survey reports that more than 200 cases of sexual harassment and sexist behavior have occurred in the Scottish Parliament over the past two years. The survey, commissioned by the Scottish Parliament but carried out by an independent market research company, revealed on Thursday that 30 percent of women working in the Holyrood building had been sexually harassed. Of the 137 people who said they had experienced sexual harassment, 45 percent reported that the perpetrator was a Member of Scottish Parliament (MSP), with the ...

48 million Americans suffer from hunger

1396/12/3 | 09:25
  According to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 48 million people struggle with hunger in the United States, including 13 million children. Millions of American people are struggling to get by due to underemployment,low wages and rising costs of living. In fact, over 48 million people goes to bed hungry each night. 72% of the households the Feeding America network served in 2014 lived at or below the federal poverty level with a median annual household income of $9,175. According to a study by Feeding America, ...

Are Young People Abandoning Facebook or Not?

1396/11/28 | 09:25
From the past few days, some stories were floating on the internet that teenagers are stop using Facebook now. But Are Young People Abandoning Facebook or Not? To know the truth of that stories, a strategic marketing consultancy, Kepios has made an analysis on it. Are Young People Abandoning Facebook or Not?    According to the company, The number of internet users in the world today is 4.021 billion, up 7 percent year-on-year The number of social media users in the world today is 3.196 billion, up 13 percent year-on-year Also, ...

Church of England faces 3,300 sex abuse claims

1396/11/22 | 09:25
    A senior Church of England bishop has revealed that the Anglican Communion led by Queen Elizabeth II is facing more than 3,300 sexual abuse allegations before an independent inquiry into child abuse next month, despite fivefold increase in spending on issues relating to such abuse since 2014. “This will not be an easy couple of years – we will hear deeply painful accounts of abuse, of poor response, of ‘cover-up’. We will … feel a deep sense of shame,” said Bishop of Bath and Wells Peter Hancock and the church’s ...

Over 63 million women 'missing' across India, government survey says

1396/11/11 | 09:25
A deeply-felt preference for boys has left more than 60 million women statistically "missing" across India, a government survey has found. The government's annual economic survey, presented to parliament on Monday indicated that preference for boys led to over 63 million fewer females due to sex selective abortions and early deaths. A sex ratio of 943 females per 1,000 males has led to the identification of some 63 million "missing" women, it noted. A further 21 million are classed as “unwanted” because birth pattern suggests their parents ...

#SolidarityWithKarim: The Syrian baby without an eye

1396/9/30 | 09:25
  An image of a Syrian baby injured by government forces in the province of Eastern Ghouta has prompted social media activists to voice their condemnation via the hashtag #SolidarityWithKarim.   The three-month-old, known only by his first name Karim, lost his left eye and suffered wounds to his skull after attacks on the besieged province, which also killed his mother.   Eastern Ghouta is one of four de-escalation zones established in May by Russia, Iran and Turkey in order to stem the bloodshed of Syria’s six-year civil ...