JUI-F protestors barges into Red Zone of Islamabad

Islamabad Capital Police is coming under strong scrutiny on social media for allowing the protestors to barge into Red Zone without any confrontation.

Al-Qadir University corruption case: Imran Khan held in NAB custody

Imran Khan arrested for corruption in Al-Qadir University corruption case, to be held for questioning for 4-5 days.

Celebrating the constitution’s golden jubilee: Justice Faez Isa’s perspective

Controversy surrounding Justice Isa who attended an event in parliament to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the country's Constitution.

Imran Khan’s twitter milestone: A testament to his popularity

Former Prime minister Imran Khan’s popularity seems to be rising despite his opponents trying to tip the scale in their favour.

Syria and Saudi Arabia to Reestablish Diplomatic Ties

Syria and Saudi Arabia have agreed to reopen their embassies after cutting diplomatic ties more than a decade ago. Talks between the two governments have gathered momentum, and the decision follows a landmark agreement to re-establish ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran. The move marks a significant step in Syria's return to the Arab fold.

Biden to meet eastern NATO allies as Putin warns of nuclear tests

U.S. President Joe Biden will meet leaders of NATO's eastern flank on Wednesday to show support for their security after Moscow suspended a landmark nuclear arms control treaty.

FM Bilawal Bhutto pays an official visit to Moscow

The Foreign Minister, Bilawal Bhutto has reached Russia on his two-day official visit to discuss bilateral trade between the two countries.

Imran to receive a legal notice from PPP on claims against Zardari

Following Imran Khan's accusation that Asif Zardari, the co-chairman of the PPP, was behind a fresh plot to assassinate him, PPP leaders announced intentions to issue a legal notice to the PTI chairman.

US lawmakers stopped from using Tiktok

Administrators at the US House of Representatives sent out an email on Tuesday allegedly instructing all lawmakers and staff to uninstall TikTok from any official phones, calling the app a security risk.

US Justice Department ask by house committee to pursue charges against Trump

The House select committee investigating last year’s January 6 Capitol riot released its long-anticipated final 845-page report after the bipartisan committee's nine members voted unanimously to ask the Justice Department to pursue charges against former President Donald Trump for his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

Ukraine preparing to oust Russia from UN Security Council

Ukraine is preparing to take official steps to prove that Russia's presence on UN Security Council is "illegal" and have it removed from the body, Kyiv announced on Tuesday.

Japan unveils biggest military build-up since WW2

Japan on Friday unveiled its biggest military build-up since World War Two with a $320 billion plan that will buy missiles capable of striking China and ready it for sustained conflict, as regional tensions and Russia's Ukraine invasion stoke war fears.