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Policeman killed, 11 injured in Quetta roadside blast

UETTA: A policeman was killed and 11 others suffered injuries after a roadside bomb went off in Quetta on Tuesday. “It was a remote-controlled bomb blast. Terrorists are going after soft targets,” Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti said. He expressed resolve

Rain kills 7 Orange Line workers in Lahore

LAHORE: At least seven people were killed and four others injured on Tuesday as rain lashed the city. The wall of an under construction godown at Quaid-e-Azam interchange fell over labourers who were working on the Orange Line project. Two

Sri Lanka rain death toll hits 101 as waters recede

COLOMBO: Floods subsided across Sri Lanka Tuesday revealing the full extent of damage from last week’s deluge that also triggered landslides, officials said, as the death toll crossed 100. The Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said 101 people were known to

Muslim Scholars And Imams To Add Their Voice To OBON’s Call For National Unity

Some of Britain’s most eminent and renowned Muslim scholars and speakers, along with imams from mosques across the country, are gathering together in Birmingham, on Thursday May 19, to show the British Muslim community’s unswerving support for a campaign created

The Pakistan Book of Record (PBR) has distributed awards and certificates

PESHAWAR:(News Desk) The Pakistan Book of Record (PBR) has distributed awards and  certificates among record holders at national level in various fields especially young talents with  creative ideas showing their talent in front of camera to the world. Pakistan Book

A Special Award Ceremony took place in South City College of Birmingham

Birmingham:A Special Award Ceremony took place in South City College of Birmingham where the British Empire Medal (BEM) was presented to Mohammed Zafran CEO All 4 Youth & Community by the Representative of British Queen Vice Lord Leftenant Colonel George

Adventure travel in Gilgit-Baltistan–Talk at the High Commission

A large number of tourists and adventure travellers assembled at the Pakistan High Commission in London last evening. Author and filmmaker Mick Conefrey, journalist Matthew Green and Wild Frontiers’ founder Jonny Bealby shared with them the thrilling and fascinating tales

Security and economy, key priorities of the government: Interior Minister Ch Nisar Ali Khan

Improving internal security and economy of the country are the two key priorities of the Government of Pakistan. This was stated by Interior Minister Ch Nisar Ali Khan in his address as the Guest of Honour at the 63rd Annual Dinner of The

Westminster Conference Secures Cross Party Support for Self Determination

London : At a packed venue in the Houses of Parliament ‘Parliamentarians for National Self-Determination’ (PNSD) hosted a Conference focusing on the right of self-determination and how that can be used to bring peace and justice to conflict zones ravaged

Interior Minister Ch. Nisar Ali Khan meets with her British counterpart Ms.Theresa May

Expressing satisfaction over the state of Pak-UK bilateral relations, Interior Minister Ch. Nisar Ali Khan underscored the need for taking the bilateral relationship a notch higher by enhancing mutual cooperation in all possible areas in order to further tap the existing potential for