Vatican City: Pope Benedict XVI prayed for the “gift of peace” this year, condemning the inequality between rich and poor and “unregulated financial capitalism” at
Sydney: Asian capital cities brought in the New Year in spectacular style after Sydney set off a global wave of fireworks, with long-isolated Yangon joining
Sydney: Sydney will Monday kick off a wave of dazzling firework displays welcoming in 2013 from Dubai to Moscow and London, with long-isolated Yangon joining
Islamabad: A new survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan in December has said that 27% claim to celebrate New Year as a festival.
Beijing: The world largest internal shifting to welcome Lunar New Year of Chinese calendar has been started in China.
Islamabad: A new global poll conducted on the eve of new year shows that low hopes for the economy fail to dampen a feeling of
London: The arrival of New Year is being welcomed around the globe including Pakistan with tons of fireworks and aerial firing.
Islamabad: The New Year in Pakistan will be welcomed with rise in inflation as the revised gas tariff and prices of petroleum products will translate