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Opposition leaders meet Qasim Suri over parliamentary committee on alleged rigging

Opposition leaders on Wednesday have met Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri for the formulation of the parliamentary committee on alleged rigging in election 2018,...

Trump, Rouhani confront each other at UN

US President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani exchanged taunts at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, with Trump vowing more...

Orange turns purple: Australian scientists solve fruit mystery

Australian health authorities say they have solved a mystery that prompted much speculation earlier this month. It began when a Brisbane woman, Neti Moffitt, asked...

Aadhaar: India top court upholds controversial biometric scheme

India's Supreme Court has ruled that the country's controversial biometric identity scheme is constitutional and does not violate the right to privacy. However, the court...

Amal murder case transferred to ATC from City Court Karachi

Minor Amal Umer murder case on Wednesday has been transferred to Anti-Terrorism Court from City Court Karachi Earlier on Tuesday, Police claimed to have arrested...

China overcome Senegal, finish group second at FIBA Women’s World Cup

China finished second in Group D after withstanding a late rally from Senegal to triumph 75-66 in the final round match at the 2018...

Protesting Radio employees march towards Parliament

Protesting Radio Pakistan employees on Wednesday has started a march towards Parliament but Police has interfered the march and stopped the protesters at Shahrah-e-Dastoor.

Man United knocked out of League Cup by second-tier Derby on...

Derby County manager Frank Lampard piled more misery on his former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho as the Rams beat 10-man Manchester United 8-7 on...

Marilyn Monroe’s 1956 roadster could fetch $500,000 at auction

A two-seater convertible car owned by Marilyn Monroe is going up for auction in November and could fetch up to 500,000 US dollars, organizers...

Hearing on Margalla Hills deforestation case adjourned

Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday adjourned the hearing on a case regarding deforestation in Margalla Hills for an unknown period of time.    
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