KARACHI: All the government hospitals of Karachi have been shutdown their CT scan machines due to faults.
LAHORE: Rapes and brutal killings of children throughout the country have been enhanced during span of 5-10 ten years.
LONDON: Pakistanis usually complain of crises and its higher officials have to reside on foreign aid every now and then.
KARACHI: After constant extortion threats in metropolitan city, more or less 5000 doctors have decided to go away from home.
London: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reports 300,000 attempts were made by British Parliament members to accesses pornographic websites last year.
Karachi: The office of the most elite official has made over Rs. 350 million in eight months by issuing almost 25000 fake arms licenses.
Seoul: As South Korean technological giant Samsung preparing to unwrap its flagship device Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in September, a report claims that company will introduce not one but two devices together.
TRIPOLI: Two British activists with a humanitarian convoy destined for the Gaza Strip were subjected to a brutal gang rape by five men in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi, the deputy prime minister said Thursday.
Washington: Though setbacks may happen, real progress is taking place in Afghanistan, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in Brussels today.
Tunis: Tunisia’s premier has pledged to form a government of technocrats ahead of new elections, after the murder of opposition leader Chokri Belaid sparked deadly protests and attacks on the ruling party’s offices.