Tokyo: Japanese premier Shinzo Abe’s long-awaited decision this week on whether to hike sales taxes is a major political gamble that proved career-ending for his predecessors, analysts say.
Washington: With Jeff Bezos set to take over The Washington Post, the big question is: Can he arrest its decline and deliver an economic model for the rest of the industry?
Cape Town: South Africa achieved a bitter-sweet 28-8 Rugby Championship victory over Australia Saturday at Newlands in Cape Town.
London: Arsenal inched clear at the top of the Premier League on Saturday after Manchester United sensationally crashed at home to West Bromwich Albion and Manchester City lost at Aston Villa.
London: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho criticised the dismissal of striker Fernando Torres in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Tottenham Hotspur and argued that his side deserved more from the game.
Berlin: Borussia Dortmund consolidated their place at the top of the Bundesliga with a 5-0 rout of 10-man Freiburg on Saturday.
KARACHI: At least one personal was killed and other two injured in a hand grenade attacks on a police van by unidentified bike riders at Korangi crossing area of Karachi, The News Tribe reported on Saturday.
LAHORE: Information and Broadcasting Minister Pervez Rasheed said that the government of Pakistan will hold talks with Taliban in order to reach conclusion logically.
QUETTA: At least 11 people, including children and women, were killed in a fresh strong earthquake of magnitude 6.8 in Awaran district of very low populated Balochistan province of Pakistan, Abdul Malik, the chief minister, said on Saturday.
KARACHI: Under the umbrella of Science Engineering and Technology (SENTEC), NED University organized mega event with a unique theme “ALL PAKISTAN ROBOT DESIGN COMPETITION, PROJECT EXHIBITION, QUIZ COMPETITION & GAMING COMPETITION”.