Seems Sharif recovered with a glance at aeroplane: Imran
PayPal declines to extend services to Pakistan
  • PayPal declines to extend services to Pakistan(18:52)
    Islamabad, Nov 22 (IANS) Pakistan government officials on Friday said that as of now PayPal, an American company which operates a worldwide online payment system that supports online money transfers, has refused to extend its services to Pakistan.
Trump thanks Pak PM for helping in hostages' release
  • Pakistan students announce countrywide protest on Nov 29(19:52)
    Islamabad, Nov 21 (IANS) In the midst of fee hikes, harassment scandals and arrests from campuses, students in Pakistan will come together for a Student Solidarity March on November 29 to demand better education and a fair academic environment, according to Pakistani media reports.
Pak baffled on India's decision to open Siachen for tourists
Pak denies reports of US aircraft entering its territory
Imran says nothing to worry about foreign funding case
  • Imran says nothing to worry about foreign funding case(12:54)
    Islamabad, Nov 21 (IANS) After the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) ordered hearing of the foreign funding case against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on a day-to-day basis, Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked his party leaders not to worry about the case.
Pakistan Oppn leader Shehbaz Sharif resigns as PAC chief
  • Pakistan Oppn leader Shehbaz Sharif resigns as PAC chief(11:40)
    Islamabad, Nov 21 (IANS) Pakistan's Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif has stepped down as Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chief and nominated his party's MNA from Sheikhupura Rana Tanvir Hussain as his replacement.
  • Sedition case registered against Sindh University students(18:28)
    Karachi, Nov 20 (IANS) The Jamshoro police lodged a sedition case against some students of Sindh University, Jamshoro for allegedly chanting anti-Pakistan slogans and for being involved in wall chalking against the state, Pakistan media reported on Wednesday.
Tomato price hits Rs 400 per kilo mark in Pakistan
  • Tomato price hits Rs 400 per kilo mark in Pakistan(17:56)
    Karachi, Nov 20 (IANS) The price of tomatoes hit a record high in Pakistan on Tuesday and reached Rs 400 per kilogram from Rs 300-Rs 320 per kg on Monday, as the Iranian tomatoes didn't reach the market.
Pakistan opposition calls off road blockade, sit-ins
New Sri Lanka Prez accepts Imran's invite to visit Pak