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Islamabad: Several regions in Pakistan are still witnessing power outages despite the government's claim that it has been restored. more
Pakistan: Key cities witnessing massive power outage

Lahore: Key Pakistani cities have been left without power, triggered by a "frequency variation" in the national grid, on Monday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Punjab CTD arrests five suspected terrorists

Islamabad: The Punjab Counter-Terrorism Department in Pakistan have arrested five  suspected terrorists belonging to banned organisations during intelligence-based operations across ...

Pakistan requests IMF to send review mission next week

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif sent a letter to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) requesting the lender of the last resort to send its review mission to the federal ...

Amnesty International calls for restoration of Internet and lifting of section 144 in Gwadar

Islamabad: The internet shutdown in Gwadar, Balochistan following the imposition of an emergency law to quell protests on 28 Dec must be reversed immediately Amnesty International said on ...

Pakistan: Road mishap in Kohat leaves five persons dead

Islamabad: At least seven people were killed and five others injured on Monday in a road accident in the Kohat district of Pakistan's northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, said a res ...

Pakistan to outsource 3 major airports' services to int'l operators

Islamabad: The government of Pakistan has decided to engage international operators to help run three major airports of the country, aiming to attract foreign direct investment and to pro ...

Security alert: Saudi Arabia, UK direct citizens to restrict their movements in Pakistan

Islamabad: Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom have directed citizens to restrict their movements in Pakistan.

Pakistani agents robbing Afghanistan's cultural heritage: Reports

Kabul: Pakistani agents are robbing the cultural heritage of Afghanistan by smuggling ancient idols and other artifacts from the nation which is currently ruled by the Taliban, media repo ...

Imran Khan's Al-Qadir Institute enrols only 100 students in two years

Islamabad: Pakistan's former PM Imran Khan's  Al-Qadir Institute has not been recognized as a university.