Monthly Archives: December 2016
Army Chief Qamar Bajwa awards death sentence to 8 terrorists involved in Safoora attack, Sabeen Mahmud’s murder
Israel's Prime Minister has reportedly ordered his nation's foreign ministry to temporarily halt all working ties with the embassies of the nine United Nations Security Council members that voted for a resolution against his country.
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif tweeted an indirect nuclear threat to Israel in response to a fake news report that quoted Israeli defence minister threatening to “destroy [Pakistan] with a nuclear attack.”
Over the years the Pakistan squad has seen Christians and Hindus represent the country at home and abroad. For the first time a Pakistani Sikh has proven his mettle and has secured a place at the National Cricket Academy, that man is Mahinder Pal Singh.
The ARY news channel, which had earlier appealed against the decision by a British court to broadcast a summary of a legal judgement against it, lost the appeal on Thursday.
Undeterred by international rebukes and increased sanctions in 2016, North Korea set forth to advance and legitimize its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, but then paused suddenly, most likely to assess unexpected political changes underway in the United States and South Korea.
In an interrogation report submitted by police in the anti-terrorism court (ATC) today (Monday), prime accused Abdul Rehman alias Rehman Bhola has confessed to starting a devastating factory fire in Karachi’s Baldia Town four years ago, that claimed lives of 257 people.
India has pulled out of an international conference on transfer of technology being hosted by Pakistan in the latest sign of heightened tensions between the two neighbours.