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
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A firm faced 270 cyber attacks on average at $3.6 mn per incident: WEF study
  • A firm faced 270 cyber attacks on average at $3.6 mn per incident: WEF study(17:26)

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) Amid the fast-paced, pandemic-driven digitalisation across the globe, the world is facing cyber attacks led by ransomware like never before -- an average of 270 attempts per firm - and the cost of breaches to an organisation amounted to an average of $3.6 million per incident last year, a World Economic Forum (WEF) study revealed on Tuesday.

Death toll from Afghan earthquake rises to 22
Angola to produce 10.5 mn carats of diamonds in 2022
Bank of Japan raises inflation outlook
  • Bank of Japan raises inflation outlook(15:46)

    Tokyo, Jan 18 (IANS) The Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Tuesday raised its inflation forecast for the fiscal year from April, with the view based on a comparatively weak yen in the face of rising energy and raw material costs.

2 ex-Cathay Pacific flight attendants arrested for violating Covid rules
Australia sees deadliest day amid Covid resurgence
Texas' near-all abortion ban heads to state Supreme Court
  • Texas' near-all abortion ban heads to state Supreme Court(15:32)

    Houston, Jan 18 (IANS) The Fifth US Circuit Court of Appeals has sent a legal challenge filed by abortion clinics against Texas' highly controversial law banning abortion to the state's Republican-majority Supreme Court, a move widely seen as the latest setback for abortion providers.

Palestine warns Israel against eviction in East Jerusalem
Islamabad HC asks Imran, cabinet to take action against ex-Navy chief
  • Islamabad HC asks Imran, cabinet to take action against ex-Navy chief(15:26)

    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has directed the Additional Attorney General (AAG) to ensure that its directives for the demolition of the Navy Sailing Club and the initiation of criminal proceedings against former Navy chief Admiral (retd) Zafar Mahmood Abbasi are placed before Prime Minister Imran Khan and the federal cabinet, The Express Tribune reported.

Inflation to last longer than expected: Eurogroup Prez
S.Korean Defence Minister stresses 'firm' readiness after Pyongyang missile launches
Mexico's economy growing despite Omicron spread: President
New Covid cases in LA County spikes by nearly 10 times
  • New Covid cases in LA County spikes by nearly 10 times(14:40)

    Los Angeles, Jan 18 (IANS) In the past one day, the Los Angeles County reported 31,576 new Covid-19 cases, nearly 10 times higher the 3,360 infections registered on December 17, 2021, said the Department of Public Health.

Taliban policies turning Afghan women into virtual prisoners in their homes
S.Korean lottery sales hit all-time high in 2021 amid pandemic
Winter storm hits US
  • Winter storm hits US(14:14)

    New York, Jan 18 (IANS) A winter storm hit the mid-Atlantic and northeast US, causing widespread travel disruption and knocking out power for more than 200,000 homes and businesses.

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.

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