KARACHI: Famous news paper New York Times has revealed more evidences of Axact’s alleged fake degree scam as now news paper’s reporter Declan Walsh reveled the person whose name is on file for sending and receiving mail from United States’ city Los Angeles has turned out to be an office boy working for the company…
HAWAII – As the sun rises over the Pacific Ocean, Waimanalo Bay’s powdery white coral sand glows in the morning light. A few people lounge in the sand as a fisherman casts his line into the turquoise water.
AMRITSAR – US Ambassador to India Richard Verma has called on both India and Pakistan to resolve their existing issues and take steps to enhance bilateral trade at the earliest.
WASHINGTON – The White House condemned the deadly suicide bombing at a mosque in Saudi Arabia on Friday, but was cautious about Islamic State´s claim of responsibility.
ISLAMABAD – The spokesman Foreign Office, Khalil Ullah Qazi said that the suspicions of nuclear deal between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia weighed rumors.
WASHINGTON – The United States said on Wednesday that it planned to sell thousands of bombs and missiles to Israel as well as ten “Seahawk helicopters” to Saudi Arabia, in deals worth about $1.9 billion each, according to the sources.
WASHINGTON – New York Times’ report uncovered large number of fake universities around the globe: There are over 3300 fake “degree awarding institutes” in the world, New York Times report revealed.
WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama is considering faster training and more arms supplies for Iraqi tribes, while eying a rapid counteroffensive to retake Ramadi from the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL), a US official said on Wednesday according to Al-Jazeera.
WASHINGTON – The US has charged six Chinese nationals over the alleged theft of technology used in mobile phones.
WASHINGTON – American congress has approved milestone defense budget of $612 Billion despite of the indicated veto threat from Barack Obama on Monday.