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Will PML-N rise again?

If not Sarfraz then who will captain Pakistan, asks Wasim Akram

China will 'never seek hegemony', Xi says in reform speech

Hatred stirred by leaders blamed for rise in journalist murders: watchdog

Why reform and opening-up is the only path for China

New UN Iraq envoy pledges continued support for country

Remains of 46 martyrs back home

CJP Nisar calls on President Erdogan during official visit to Turkey

The Allegorical Verses of the Holy Qur’an about the Ismah of the Prophets

Australia closing in on overdue victory despite Shami heroics

Manchester United sack Jose Mourinho following dreadful run of form

FDI plunges as inflows from China shrink

British Airways to resume flights to Pakistan after 10 years

What can Zardari do?

Congressman Brad Sherman: US willing to work with PTI govt..

Texas school named after Malala

Freedom or jail: What the new year brings for Nawaz, Zardari

Why is a US in hurry to sign peace pact with Taliban?

Indian forces lock down Kashmir, hold pro-independence leaders after weekend violence

US arms maker warns Canada against stopping sales to Saudi Arabia.

Kohli, Paine wage verbal war in Perth Test

Iran condemns terrorist attack in Pakistan near its border

Nawaz Sharif’s guards attack the cameraman

NAB investigates motorway contracts: Another headache for Nawaz & Co?

OIC strongly condemns 'terrorist act' by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir

Sindh IG meets 28 consul generals, representatives to discuss security of foreign missions

NAB has given me 'clean chit' in Malam Jabba forest land case: KP CM

Indian politician gets life over 1984 anti-Sikh riots

Iran army aviation to use drones: Comdr

Autonomy with accountability

Blueprint for boosting economy formally submitted to IMF

Cottrell, Hope guide West Indies to crushing T20 win

Pak activist praises Iran for supporting Palestine

Beijing tending to expand ties with Tehran: Chinese diplomat

US losing war in Afghanistan: Pakistani analyst

EU financial mechanism includes all merchandise: Tehran

Regional efforts to stop foreign meddling in Syria

Australia’s move on Al-Quds criticized by Arab League, others

Nawaz Sharif chairs meeting to review PML-N's reorganisation drive

OIC strongly condemns 'terrorist act' by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir

Jamal Khashoggi murder: Saudi Arabia rejects US Senate vote as 'interference'

Is Asif Ali Zardari afraid of accountability?

Indian forces’ killing spree in IHK: Will raise Indian HR abuses at every platform, says PM

Heavy clashes as Saudi push in Hudaydah repelled

Turkey says would work with Syria's Assad if he won 'democratic election'

Don't want to encourage 'aggressive force' by weakening institutions: Zardari

SC’s decision on dual nationality holders may affect Mani, Wasim

Major terrorist attacks that shook Pakistan in 2018

Why is Iraq Important for Iranians?

UN calls for 'credible' probe into Khashoggi murder

UN sets December 18 as date to ceasefire in Yemen’s Hudaydah

Palestinian scholar: Saudi Arabia supporting Zionist Regime

Syria working to prepare suitable atmosphere for attracting investments

Iran ready to host international car racing in 2019

Resistance, no compromise with Tel Aviv, massages of Hamas anniversary

Indonesia urges immediate recognition of Palestine

Iran Defense Minister: Revolution Leader's guidelines foil US policies

Does ‘the shark and the octopus’ story reflect Trump-Saudi relationship?

20 Afghan civilians killed in NATO air strikes

Non-oil transit from Iran’s Bandar Lengeh Port ups 73%

IMF demands sharp revenue hikes

Latham ton puts New Zealand in charge of first Sri Lanka Test

President, PM reiterate nation's resolve for peace on 4th anniversary of APS attack

Iran's Rouhani congratulates Kazakhstan Independence Day



Peace in Yemen is only possible if it is Yemeni-led and Yemeni-owned

ISO President demands uniform education system for entire Pakistan

US Congressmen concerned over Pakistan IMF bailout package

SC rules Raheel Sharif to lose foreign job sans cabinet nod

Anniversary of APS attack being observed today

Australia recognizes west Jerusalem as capital of Israel

Pakistan’s missile technology: The perfect antidote for India’s S-400 purchase

Opposition blasts govt in Senate over rupee devaluation

National T20 Cup becoming a liability for PCB

Tehran, Moscow's strategic partner in region: Russian aide

Govt releases list of Punjab House defaulters owing over Rs60m in payments

Lahore court acquits two suspects involved in murder of Indian spy Sarabjit Singh

Chairman PAC: Who is the real winner?

10 people martyred in Occupied Kashmir by Indian forces

Defenders bad, aggressors good

Iran's FM meets Qatari PM

Shahbaz named PAC chief under opposition pressure: Fawad Chaudhry

Six FC personnel martyred as convoy attacked in Kech district

Pakistan, China and Afghanistan sign MOU on anti-terrorism cooperation

Ittefaq foundry in illegal land occupation: CM Buzdar reveals ill-practices

Iran Intelligence Minister meets Azeri president





Give up other nationality or quit govt job, SC tells civil servants

Pakistan to host 2020 Asia Cup

NAB to start fresh cases against several politicians

Iran supports Turkish investors’ presence in country

Is the United States really concerned and willing to help Pakistan protect its economy?

Iran's Zarif heads for Qatar

Overcoming gas shortage top priority: Dawood

FMs of China, Pakistan, Afghanistan meet today

No progress made on Balochistan component of CPEC’s western route


Kohli, Paine wage verbal war in Perth Test

1397/9/26 | 12:55
  The fourth day of the Perth Test grew tensed as it witnessed Indian and Australian skippers resuming their war of words. Following a heated conversation on the third day, Virat Kohli and Tim Paine again waged a war of words on Thursday morning, prompting the umpire Chris Gaffaney to warn both the skippers. Kohli collided with Paine halfway in the pitch to collect the ball while the latter was completing a single. The incident was followed by a heated argument between the captains. Kohli to Paine: “I’m not saying a word ...

Australia recognizes west Jerusalem as capital of Israel

1397/9/25 | 12:55
  Australia now recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Saturday, but a contentious embassy shift from Tel Aviv will not occur until a peace settlement is achieved. Canberra became one of just a few governments around the world to follow US President Donald Trump’s lead and recognize the contested city as Israel’s capital, but Morrison also committed to recognizing a future state of Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital. “Australia now recognizes west Jerusalem being the ...

India end Australia Test drought in nail-biter

1397/9/19 | 12:55
India ended their decade-long wait for a Test victory in Australia on Monday when they bowled out the home side for 291 to clinch the first game of the four-match series by a nail-biting 31 runs. The hosts were set a target of 323, a score never before successfully achieved in a fourth innings run chase at the Adelaide Oval. Ravichandran Ashwin got the final wicket of Josh Hazlewood to finish with 3-92, while for Australia, Shaun Marsh made 62 and Tim Paine 41. The last Test India won in Australia was at the WACA Ground in Perth in ...

Pakistan beat Australia by 33 runs for Twenty20 clean sweep

1397/8/7 | 12:55
  Pakistan downed Australia by 33 runs in the third and final Twenty20 international in Dubai to register a 3-0 whitewash on Sunday. Pakistan made 150-5 in their 20 overs with Babar Azam (50), Sahibzada Farhan (39) and Mohammad Hafeez (32 not out) their main run scorers. For Australia Mitchell Marsh took 6-2 in his only over. In reply, Australia were bowled out for 117 in 19.1 overs, with Ben McDermott and Mitchell Marsh scoring 21 each. Spinner Shadab Khan took 3-19. Pakistan, who won the first match by 66 runs in Abu Dhabi followed ...

Pakistan beat Australia by 11 runs, clinch 10th consecutive T20 series victory

1397/8/5 | 12:55
  Pakistan upstaged Australia by 11 runs in the second Twenty20 international in Dubai to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series on Friday. Sarfaraz had opted to bat first after winning the toss. Babar Azam hit a 44-ball 45 with three boundaries while Mohammad Hafeez scored a quick 34-ball 40 with two sixes and three boundaries at Dubai stadium. Nathan Coulter-Nile finished with 3-18 while Billay Stanlake took 2-36. For Australia Glenn Maxwell top scored with 52. Pakistan, who won the first match by 66 runs in Abu Dhabi ...

Australia suffer comprehensive defeat against Pakistan in first T20

1397/8/3 | 12:55
  Australia have been humiliated by Pakistan in the T20 series-opener, slumping to a 66-run defeat after being skittled for just 89. Set a target of 156 after Aaron Finch elected to field in Abu Dhabi, Australia were bowled out in 16.5 overs for their equal third-lowest total in a T20 international. Only a rearguard action from tailenders Nathan Coulter-Nile (34) and Ashton Agar (19) saved Australia from what had threatened to be a record T20 loss. Each of Australia's top four batsmen were bowled and Chris Lynn (14) was the only member ...

Five-star Abbas bowls out Australia

1397/7/25 | 12:55
   Australia, resuming at 20-2, were dismissed for 145 in their first innings on the second day of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. Mohammad Abbas (5-33) and Bilal Asif (3-23) rocked Australia as they conceded a big 137-run lead over Pakistan´s first innings total of 282. Opener Aaron Finch (39) and Mitchell Starc (34) were the main Australian run-getters. The first Test ended in a draw in Dubai last week. ...

Australia dash Pakistan's dreams by drawing first Test

1397/7/19 | 12:55
  The first Test between Pakistan and Australia ended in a draw on Thursday after the Green Shirts did not manage to take the two wickets required to gain a 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series. Even though Yasir Shah took three wickets in quick succession to revive Pakistan's hopes for victory, the lull that followed soon after made the game quite uninteresting by the last over. His third and fourth victim in the game were Mitchell Starc (1) and Peter Siddle (0) soon after he had taken the crucial wicket of set batsmen and hero of the ...

Pakistan extend lead to 325 against Australia

1397/7/17 | 12:55
Pakistan were 45 for three in their second innings of the first Test against Australia, having an overall lead of 325 runs. Imam-ul-Haq was unbeaten on 23 while Azhar Ali was dismissed for four in the last over of the day after Test debutant Bilal Asif snatched six wickets to spark a spectacular Australian collapse from 142-0 to 202 all out and put Pakistan in firm command of the first Test in Dubai on Tuesday. The 33-year-old off-spinner overshadowed his more experienced team-mate Yasir Shah by finishing with 6-36 as his efforts, the third ...

Pakistan off to steady start in first Test against Australia

1397/7/15 | 12:55
  Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat in the first innings of a two-match Test against Australia in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday. Pakistan are off to a slow, steady start with Mohammad Hafeez and Imamul Haq up to bat. The side are at 27 runs for nil 10 overs down. In the space of six years, Australia have lost 12 of their 15 Tests — recording only two wins with one draw — on tours of India (twice), Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates. They lost 2-0 to Pakistan in the UAE in 2014, with Yasir Shah taking 12 ...

Sarfraz wants Yasir Shah to attack new-look Australia

1397/7/14 | 12:55
  Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has warned that his ace leg-spinner Yasir Shah will attack a depleted and new-look Australia when they meet in the first of two Test matches starting in Dubai from Sunday. Australia face a trial by spin as has so often been the case on their tours to Asia. In the space of six years, they have lost 12 of their 15 Tests with only two wins and one draw on tours of India (twice), one each to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and United Arab Emirates (UAE). They lost 2-0 to Pakistan in UAE in 2014, with Yasir taking 12 ...

Pak-origin Mehreen Faruqi becomes Australia's first female Muslim senator

1397/5/25 | 12:55
Mehreen Faruqi has become the first female Muslim senator to have reached the Australian assembly when she was elected in the New South Wales Parliament to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator Lee Rhiannon. She became Australia’s first Muslim woman to enter any Australian parliament when she joined the NSW Legislative Council in June 2013. She arrived in Australia from Pakistan in 1992, and forged a successful career as an academic and engineer, working on improving vital infrastructure across the country. Faruqi held leadership ...

Radioactive sheep said to prove Israel illegally tested nuclear weapons

1397/5/25 | 12:55
  A science journal has claimed that radioactive sheep found in Australia could prove that Israel tested nuclear weapons, an action which would be in contravention of international law. The study, which was published by Princeton University’s Science and Global Security journal, claims that Israel conducted an illegal nuclear test on 22 September 1979 near Prince Edward Islands, located in the Indian ocean off the southern tip of Africa. At the time, a “double flash” of light was recorded by an American satellite named Vela 6911, ...

Aaron Finch makes new highest score record in T20 as Australia defeats Zimbabwe

1397/4/12 | 12:55
A slew of records tumbled as Australia took on Zimbabwe in the Zim-Pak-Aus Twenty20 tri-series at Harare Sports Club on Wednesday. Australian captain Aaron Finch powered his way to 172, a new world record high score in Twenty20 Internationals. Finch and fellow opener D'Arcy Short put on 223, another world record as Australia reached 229 for two, the highest total ever scored against Zimbabwe in a T20I. Finch cracked his first six in the fourth over of the morning, and with his third he brought up a 22-ball half century — his fastest in T20Is. Australia ...

England post new ODI record of highest total 481-6

1397/3/30 | 12:55
England broke their own all-time record for the highest total ever scored in a men's one-day international when they posted 481 for six vs Australia at Trent Bridge on Tuesday. When Alex Hales, who already had a hundred to his name, hoisted Jhye Richardson for six in the 46th over it meant England had broken their previous world record total of this level — also set at Trent Bridge — of 444 for three against Pakistan in 2016. Hales eventually holed out for 147 on his Nottinghamshire home ground after opener Jonny Bairstow had made 139. Eoin ...

Austria could expel up to 60 Turkish-funded imams

1397/3/19 | 12:55
Austria says it plans to close at least seven mosques and expel dozens of imams and their families in a crackdown on what it calls “political Islam” and foreign funding of religious groups. Interior Minister of the right-wing government Herbert Kickl announced the plan on Friday, saying up to 60 Turkish-funded imams could be deported. He also said a total of 150 people risked losing their right to residence in the country. The Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz also said the government was shutting down a Turkish nationalist mosque in the ...

A laughing Stock: Why UN should be abolished?

1397/3/1 | 12:55
The Israeli regime has summoned the ambassadors of Spain, Slovenia and Belgium over their countries’ votes at the United Nations in favor of an international probe into the latest massacre of dozens of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip. Spanish Ambassador Manuel Gomez-Acebo and Slovenian envoy Barbara Susnik were summoned on Monday, while Belgian Ambassador Olivier Belle is to be called in the next day, according to a statement released by the Israeli foreign ministry. The three European countries were among the 29 nations that voted ...

NZ mulls, Australia refuses to play in Pakistan

1397/2/13 | 12:55
  NZC is weighing up a request from the PCB to play in Pakistan later this year. Pakistan are currently scheduled to "host" New Zealand for a full tour of the UAE, comprising most likely of three Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is, in October-November. But Cricket Australia (CA) has indicated it won't consider allowing any matches to be moved to Pakistan for their tour later this year to the United Arab Emirates. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) officials confirmed on Wednesday they had been approached by Pakistani authorities to move Twenty20 ...

Australia Cricket Team’s Bus Attacked in India

1396/7/19 | 12:55
In the past, we have seen India’s cricketers’ houses being pelted with stones after a defeat but this time it was the opposition on the receiving end. This has been seen in Pakistan-India matches in the past, but nothing of the sort ever happened outside the stadium.   The controversy took place when Australian Cricket Team was returning to their hotel from the Guwahati’s Barsapara stadium after defeating India in the second T20I to level the the three match series 1-1. An unidentified person threw a rock towards the Aussie’s bus, ...

Overloaded School Bags Put 70 % Children at Risk of Back Problems

1396/6/22 | 12:55
Children often choose bags featuring their favourite cartoon characters rather than those that are back-friendly.   These poorly fitting bag-packs that are often overloaded, can put children at risk of long-term back and spinal problems, experts have warned. The Australian Physiotherapy Association revealed that non-fitting and heavy bag-packs put up to 70 per cent of school-children at risk. Effects Of Poorly Chosen Bag-Packs The association stated that bag-packs that are not back-friendly can cause strain in back, neck and shoulder of ...

US commander: If Trump orders it, I will launch a nuclear attack on China next week

1396/5/6 | 12:55
Admiral Scott Swift, commander of the US Navy's Pacific Fleet, made this statement  during a security conference at an Australian National University in Sydney after the great US-Australian exercise along the coast of Australia. According to "NewYork Post", the joint Australian-American exercises have been conducted under the supervision of the Chinese data collection vessel along the Northeast of Australia. "Some nations continue to impose superfluous warnings and restrictions on freedom of the seas in their exclusive economic zones and claim ...

Thailand blasts:  Why Terrorism has become a global threat?

1395/5/27 | 12:55
 A wave of coordinated explosions rattled multiple cities across southern Thailand, killing at least four people and wounding dozens more. Among the injured were 11 foreigners in the seaside resort town of Hua Hin. It was not clear who was behind the attacks, but police said the violence was not linked to Islamic terrorism. The timing and scope suggested the bombs were set off by opponents of the Southeast Asian nation's ruling junta, which last weekend organized a successful referendum on a constitution that critics say will bolster the military's ...

An early ouster: Pakistan team’s poor performance unveil internal rifts

1395/1/7 | 12:55
 Pakistan was defeated by Australia in the all-important World Cup encounter by 21 runs and sent Pakistan packing home. Pakistan had to win this game in order to keep theri hopes in this tournament alive but was defeated by the Kangaroos and will now be going home as their campaign is already over. Australia has just one game to go in this tournament now; against India. It is a must-win game for Australia while India might get through even if they lose by a close margin. As for Pakistan, their campaign is over; while their captain Shahid Afridi ...

Australian withdrawal: Is cricket at stake in South Asian countries

1394/10/19 | 12:55
  Australia has pulled out of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh due to concerns over player safety. Australia's senior men's side postponed their scheduled tour of Bangladesh in October due to security fears and CA have monitored the situation in the country ever since. Cricket Australia's head of security Sean Carroll met with cricket and government officials in Bangladesh last week before reporting back to CA in Melbourne.Having also consulted with the Australian government, Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says the decision ...

Rigid stance on migrants: Is there no humanism left in the world?

1394/9/20 | 12:55
 Australia's conservative government previous month defended its decision to stop asylum seekers passing through Indonesia from settling in Australia, a move that could leave Indonesia with thousands of refugees from the Middle East. The government announced late on Tuesday that asylum seekers who registered with the U.N. High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Indonesia after July 1 would no longer be eligible for resettlement in Australia.Australia will continue to resettle some refugees who registered earlier, but it has cut the number ...

ICC’s pink ball: Would provide a new lease of life to test cricket?

1394/9/12 | 12:55
Pink balls will debut for the first time in Test history in the very first day-night match.The balls have been brought in to help increase visibility when the floodlights are beaming above the action at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.Australia and New Zealand are facing off in the revolutionary Test match which could create the much-needed spark to reinvigorate the Test game. Interest in the match has been rife all over the world, while teams have undergone practice matches under lights to get to grips with the new pink ball.The ball is the result ...

Australia establishes first Muslim political party

1394/8/26 | 12:55
The first Muslim political party has been formed in Australia. The Muslim political party announces to take part in the next election.Head of Muslim political party, Mohammad said that there are many parties in Australia who are against Islam. The purpose of Muslim political party is to bring voice of Muslims to the world.Thirty-four year Business man Diya Mohammad announces the formation of Muslim political party right after Paris attacks. He further added that Islam strictly forbids the killing of innocent civilians.He strongly denied that his ...

The Dark Knight of Pakistan cricket: Should Misbah withdraw retirement decision?

1394/8/12 | 12:55
The PCB has asked Misbah-ul-Haq to keep retirement plans on hold and play on through Pakistan's tours of England and Australia next year. Pakistan are scheduled to tour England for four Tests in 2016, and then to Australia for three Tests in the 2016-17 season. Misbah will be 42 next year. "We have told him to delay his retirement for a year if he is thinking on those lines," Shaharyar Khan, the PCB chairman, told mediapersons in Lahore. "We feel his presence as captain and senior player will be invaluable to the team for the Test tours to England ...

Tony Abbott’s ouster: Did Abott pay the price of anti-migrant policies?

1394/6/26 | 12:55
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been ousted in a stunning coup by self-made millionaire Malcolm Turnbull, continuing the nation’s five-year run of leadership swaps.Winning a 54 to 44 Liberal party-room vote in Canberra on Monday, Mr Turnbull, 60, promised to unite the party and the nation with a new style of leadership that “respects the people’s intelligence”. The deputy Liberal leader, Julie Bishop, backed Mr Turnbull and easily won back her position in a 70 to 30 vote against cabinet minister Kevin Andrews.The former Rhodes ...

Australia to take more Syrian refugees

1394/6/15 | 12:55
Australia will accept more refugees from camps bordering Syria and Iraq and “is open” to providing more financial assistance, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Sunday, while adding that a "strong security response" was needed for the region.The Australian government is due to make a decision within the week on whether to join air strikes against ISIL fighters in Syria, having been part of the operation in Iraq since last year.“It is important that there be a humanitarian response, but it's important that there be a strong security response ...

Australian Foreign Minister Visit: World focuses on Pakistan

1394/2/20 | 12:55
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-Australian Foreign Minister who was on visit to Pakistan announced a $19 million aid package for Pakistan that includes help for border areas hit by conflict and natural disasters. The aid package includes $8 million to help restore infrastructure damaged by floods and conflict in the restive northwest and southwest, and around $8 million to support a trade initiative in partnership with the World Bank. Bishop added the two countries “have common interests in countering transnational crimes including drug- ...