ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will conduct its next census in 2016 following a gap of 18 years, a period in which the nuclear-armed Muslim country’s population is estimated to have grown by more than 50 percent.
RAWALPINDI: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi announced that the final examination of Intermediate will start on 7th May.
AHMADABAD: India has announced to construct a new naval base near Gujarat.
Kathmandu: According to media reports death toll reached to 5 thousand 500 after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on last Saturday.
ISLAMABAD: Judicial Commission meeting was headed by Commission Head Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk who complaint about the role and interference of media in the decisions of Judicial Commission.
ISLAMABAD: In his written answer to National Assembly, Interior Minister Ch. Nissar states that as many as of 4 million 6 thousand 27 foreign reside in Pakistan and up till now 6 foreigners have been sentenced to death by Pakistani court.
ISLAMABAD: Energy working group meeting held between Pakistan and United States.
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday announced an aid package of Rs 20 million for the cyclone-hit people of Khyber Pakhunkhwa.
QUETTA: Chif Minister of Baluchistan province, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch propelled a five-year education plan with a promise that his coalition-drove government would utilize every single accessible asset to change the province’s educational structure.
BADAKHSHAN: As Many as 52 individuals have been killed in an avalanche in a remote area of north-eastern Afghanistan.