Imran using religion as cover for economic breakdown: Pak Opposition
  • Imran using religion as cover for economic breakdown: Pak Opposition(22:04)

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) An article written by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan about the 'Spirit of Riyasat-i-Madina' has drawn flak from the Opposition, whose leaders have termed the PMs thesis as an attempt to obfuscate economic and governance concerns with religion, the Friday Times reported.

Five injured as train derails after Balochistan explosion
  • Five injured as train derails after Balochistan explosion(22:00)

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) At least five people were injured in an explosion near a railway track in the Mashkaf area in Balochistans Bolan district on Tuesday, a senior official of Pakistan Railways said, the Dawn reported.

Presidential palace under Ashraf Ghani saw multiple cases of sexual assault, corruption
Faisal Akram had a criminal record dating back more than 25 years
Death toll from Afghan earthquake rises to 22
Taliban policies turning Afghan women into virtual prisoners in their homes
After plot to kill Pak activist, ISI now targets via fake campaign
  • After plot to kill Pak activist, ISI now targets via fake campaign(13:58)
    By Sanjeev Sharma

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) Ahmad Waqass Goraya, an exiled Pakistani activist who was the ISI's target for a hit job, said that all known stooges of the spy agency have become active to have his Twitter account blocked as part of a fake campaign on harassing women journalists of Pakistan.

Taliban trying to 'erase' women From public life: UN experts
UN scales up assistance in Afghanistan
  • UN scales up assistance in Afghanistan(09:04)

    Kabul, Jan 18 (IANS) UN humanitarians and partners have provided food assistance to more than 9 million Afghans since the Taliban takeover in August 2021, said the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

At least 12 killed in Afghan earthquake, says official
Former IS-K chief killed in Afghanistan shootout
  • Former IS-K chief killed in Afghanistan shootout(22:16)

    New Delhi, Jan 17 (IANS) The former chief of militant outfit Islamic State-Khurasan (IS-K), Aslam Farooqi, was killed during a shootout in northern Afghanistan, Express Tribune reported.

China blames Omicron case in Beijing on parcel sent from Canada
  • China blames Omicron case in Beijing on parcel sent from Canada(15:10)

    New Delhi, Jan 17 (IANS) The single Omicron case detected in Beijing was traced back to an international document from Canada, and it was found to have similar strains from those in North America and Singapore, the Global Times reported citing health authorities in the Chinese capital as saying.

Petrol price up by 55.22% during Imran's tenure
  • Petrol price up by 55.22% during Imran's tenure(14:10)

    New Delhi, Jan 17 (IANS) Since August 17, 2018 when Imran Khan was sworn in as the countrys 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan, petrol prices in the country have increased by 55.22 per cent, The News International reported.

UK makes more arrests after hostage taker killed in Texas synagogue standoff
95% Afghan journos cannot cover events independently
Pak NSA to visit Kabul this week: Report
  • Pak NSA to visit Kabul this week: Report(09:32)

    Islamabad, Jan 17 (IANS) Pakistan's National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf will lead a high-level inter-ministerial delegation to Kabul on Tuesday for a two-day trip for talks on bilateral matters and a focus on Islamabad's efforts to avert a humanitarian crisis in the war-torn nation, a media report said citing officials as saying.

Displaced Afghans selling kidneys, children to survive
Aafia Siddiqui-Pakistan born neuroscientist who became Lady Al Qaeda
  • Aafia Siddiqui-Pakistan born neuroscientist who became Lady Al Qaeda(20:12)

    New Delhi, Jan 16 (IANS) The man who stormed a Texas synagogue on the Sabbath and was holding hostages before he was shot and killed was demanding the release of 'Lady Al Qaeda', who is serving 86 years in a federal prison less than 30 miles from where the hostage standoff took place, Daily Mail reported.

Pashtun MP in Pakistan remains incarcerated for anti-state speech
Western banks, mutual funds rush to enter China despite hostile environment
Pakistan's Headache - Protege Taliban
  • Pakistan's Headache - Protege Taliban(12:32)

    New Delhi, Jan 16 (IANS) Pakistan is being driven mad by its protege, Taliban 2.0. And is in a fix, not knowing whether to get tough with the new Kabul masters or continue to act like their patron in the hope of establishing one-day Pakistani hegemony over Afghanistan.

There's no need for foreign manpower in Afghanistan: Karzai
  • There's no need for foreign manpower in Afghanistan: Karzai(08:56)

    Kabul, Jan 16 (IANS) Reacting to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's directive to send qualified and trained Pakistani manpower to Afghanistan, former President of the war-torn nation Hamid Karzai said that there was no need of that, the media reported.

Chinese spy boasted of lobbying 480 MPs in UK
  • Chinese spy boasted of lobbying 480 MPs in UK(16:52)

    New Delhi, Jan 15 (IANS) The Chinese spy at the heart of Whitehall boasted of lobbying 'more than 480 MPs' and even sought to get her own puppet politician elected, the Daily Mail reported.

Universal vax distribution best way to end Covid: Pak FM
Pakistan to give permanent residency for wealthy Afghans, Chinese