Petrol price expected to reduce in coming days

Pakistani rupee has experienced a significant boost against the US dollar, it may lead to a reduction in petroleum prices.

OIC Secretary General emphasizes unity among Muslim nations to address common threats

Secretary General OIC underscored the imperative need for unity among Muslim nations to address common threats faced by the Muslim world.

Canadian Prime Minister announced comprehensive set of measures to support Ukraine

Canadian Prime Minister announced measures to support Ukraine while firmly condemning Russia's invasion of the country.

Chinese government reportedly sentenced a prominent Uyghur academic to life imprisonment

Chinese government has reportedly sentenced a prominent Uyghur academic to life imprisonment on charges of "endangering state security."

Azerbaijan Launches Inaugural Direct Flight to Pakistan, Strengthening Ties

It is expected to bolster tourism and facilitate easier international travel, all while strengthening diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and Pakistan.

Shaheen Shah Afridi shares first picture with wife Ansha

Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi shared his first picture with his wife Ansha...

Pakistan team faces delays in obtaining visas from India for ICC World Cup

Originally, the plan for the Pakistan cricket team was to depart for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next week, where they would spend a few days before heading to Hyderabad.

India reach number one in all three cricket formats

The Indian team moved past arch-rivals Pakistan to take the top position in the one-day rankings as a result of their latest victory, just before they host the World Cup.

Muslim girl turned away from school in France for wearing hijab files complaint with UN

15-year-old student in Lyon was sent back home on Sept. 5 for wearing Japanese garment kimono

Kamala Harris tasked with new role fighting US gun violence

The 58-year-old Democrat will head up the new White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, which will provide coordination on the issue but largely lacks any kind of enforceable power to tackle the scourge in a country that has more firearms than people.

Western sanctions create ‘new opportunities’ – Putin

Restrictions meant to weaken Russia are propelling economic growth, according to the president

China and Syria announce new ‘strategic partnership’

Beijing is helping Damascus re-engage with other nations after a US-backed campaign to oust President Bashar Assad

Drug cartels ‘fifth-largest employers’ in Mexico – Study

Membership of the groups is estimated to be in the vicinity of 175,000 people

EU Commission prepares to open Ukraine membership talks – Bloomberg

The accession process is expected to be formally discussed by EU leaders in December

French Police reject Muslim applicant to the academy

A young Muslim man named Karim found his dreams of becoming a police officer shattered, the reason being a mark on his forehead,

Imran Khan summoned in ‘UnIslamic Nikkah’ Case with Bushra Bibi

Imran Khan was taken into custody following his conviction in the Toshakhana case, which involved allegations of misusing his 2018 to 2022 premiership to buy and sell gifts received during official visits abroad, valued at more than Rs140 million ($635,000).

Pakistan replace injured Naseem with Hasan Ali for World Cup

Hasan, 29, was player of the tournament when Pakistan won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017, but lost his place as Naseem, Haris Rauf and Shaheen Shah Afridi formed the main pace attack.

Iranian President expressed optimism about the prospects of reestablishing diplomatic ties with Egypt

This announcement marks a potentially pivotal moment in the tumultuous relationship between these two Middle Eastern nations.

Legacy and Choices: The Lives of Pakistan’s Political Leaders

Legacy and Choices: The Lives of Pakistan's Political Leaders" delves into the compelling narratives of pivotal figures who have left an indelible mark on Pakistan's political landscape.

Dignitaries including Lt Gen Asif Ghafoor attends Shaheen Shah Afridi’s valima

The splendid event unfolded at the prestigious Serena Hotel in Islamabad and saw the presence of numerous prominent figures from various walks of life.

NAB to reopen corruption cases ahead of general elections

National Accountability Bureau (NAB), is making significant moves to reopen corruption cases involving former government officials.

Sophie Turner sues ex husband Joe Jonas for custody of their two children

Turner, who was served with divorce papers this month after four years of marriage to Jonas, said in her petition that the couple had planned to raise their daughters in her native England.

Canada’s Trudeau wants India to cooperate in murder probe, declines to release evidence

Trudeau said on Monday that Ottawa had credible allegations linking Indian government agents to the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June, prompting an angry reaction from New Delhi. Najjar, 45, was a Canadian citizen.

Pakistan announce15-member squad for ICC ODI World Cup

The Pakistan cricket team will engage in two warm-up matches before their tournament opener. They are scheduled to face New Zealand on 29 September and Australia on 3 October. Pakistan's World Cup campaign begins with a match against the Netherlands on 6 October.

France accused of threatening press freedom

The detention of journalist Ariane Lavrilleux this week is ‘very worrying’, Amnesty International has said

Pakistan sets election for January, likely minus Imran Khan

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday announced a general election for January, almost three months later than scheduled, removing political uncertainty over the timing to help salvage a falling economy.

Azerbaijani leader calls Putin over peacekeeper deaths

The two presidents vowed a full investigation into a deadly incident during this week’s military action by Baku

Saudi Crown Prince reveals nuclear red line

Getting nukes would be “a bad move,” but Riyadh might have no other choice, Mohammed bin Salman says

Iranian MPs approve 10-year sentences for ‘revealing’ clothes

The law offers dozens of amendments to Tehran’s religious dress code, which has been in force for both men and women since the country’s 1979 revolution, with more than 70 articles defining rules and penalties for rule-breakers.

PML-N leader has called for PIA to be shutdown due to its operational inefficiencies

PML-N leader has called for the airline's shutdown, citing its mounting debt and operational inefficiencies.