December 2015

 

New Year’s gift: Petrol prices to remain unchanged for January

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has given new year's announcing so as to bless to the general population of Pakistan that petrol costs would stay unaltered for the month of January, 2016.

 

War of free internet in India

MUMBAI: India has become a battleground over the right to unrestricted Internet access, with local tech start-ups joining the front line against Facebook Inc (FB.O) founder Mark Zuckerberg and his plan to roll out free Internet to the country’s masses.

 

Samuel L Jackson said muslims are "the new black men"

Celebrated internationally Hollywood performing artist Samuel L Jackson has taken a stand in opposition to the uncontrolled islamophobia holding the US after assaults by ISIS in Paris and California.

 

Drummer Farhad Humayun protest againt VIP culture at ‘Ho Mann Jahaan’ premiere

KARACHI: A well known film exhibitor once said, "Everything is new for the stimulation and film industry at this time. Individuals are as yet figuring out how to act at film premieres." Given the show that developed at the Ho Mann Jahaan premieres in Lahore, it is protected to say while the restoration is going full bore, the industry still needs to take in a couple of things about behavior.

 

Security Threat: New Year's fireworks show cancel

BRUSSELS: Authorities in the Belgian capital Brussels on Wednesday canceled the city's customary New Year's firecrackers show, referring to apprehensions of an activist assault.

 

Pakistan's PM Nawaz invite India to hold talks on all isuues

ZHOB: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has welcomed India to hold dialog with Pakistan on all issues, saying the two nations can't live as adversaries.

 

Ashwin never had to bowl a "Doosra" will he try googly or flipper

NEW DELHI: Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is adding a shock leg-break to his effectively impressive secret stash however is persuaded that the disputable "doosra" can't be rocked the bowling alley with a straight arm.

 

Business tycoon Rattan Tata secretly visited Pakistan in 2005 to invest $5 Billion

LAHORE: Trade relations with India won't destroy Pakistan's economy, says past Pakistani High Commissioner to India Aziz Ahmed Khan.

 

Turkey arrests three ISIS suspects including two Pakistanis

Turkish powers have captured three associated individuals with the activist Islamic State (IS) gathering in Istanbul, including two Pakistanis and a Briton, state media said Tuesday.

 

Court give decision in favor of Muhammad Amir to play in Pakistani Team

LAHORE,PAKISTAN: A Pakistani court on Tuesday dismisses an appeal against the consideration of sentenced spot-fixer Mohammad Amir in the national cricket group, clearing the last obstacle to his anticipated rebound following a five-year boycott