NEW YORK: Foreign Policy (FP) Magazine has placed the metropolis of Pakistan on top amongst the World’s most dangerous mega cities.
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has been threatened by Patwari community that they would resign if any action will be taken against them.
Karachi: Known for his hard hitting and towering sixes out of the ground, Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi aimed to reply positively to his thousands of fans.
BUENOS AIRES: 2022 GMT: Jubiliation in the Tokyo delegation in Buenos Aires as Rogge, pulling the result from a giant envelope, announced that it will host the 2020 summer Games.
NEW YORK CITY: China’s biggest mobile carrier looks set to sell Apple’s iPhone, hugely increasing the California-based company’s distribution in the world’s largest smartphone market, the Wall Street Journal reported.
WALLOPS ISLAND, United States: NASA has launched an unmanned spacecraft that aims to study the Moon’s atmosphere, the US space agency’s third lunar probe in five years.
SYDNEY: After the announcement of Election Commission its confirmed that Australian prime minister-elect Tony Abbott is the new leader of the land of Kangaroos.
BRISBANE: South Africa won their first match in Australia in four years and kept the Wallabies win-less in the Rugby Championship with a record 38-12 victory on Saturday.
MONZA, Italy: Sebastian Vettel ended Lewis Hamilton’s run of four straight pole positions on Saturday when he secured the prime starting spot for Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.
QUETTA: Balochistan University located in Pakistan’s largest province by area has announced Master of arts and science groups result on Saturday.