Apr 5th, 2013
Former captain Wasim Akram will help coach Pakistan’s pacemen at the Champions Trophy in England in June. The great all-rounder told a news conference in Lahore that he had also agreed with the Pakistan Cricket Board to hold a 10-day training camp for pacemen in Karachi along with full-time bow...
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Sep 21st, 2012
At least 15 people have been killed in Pakistan in clashes during protests over an anti-Muslim film. Police fired tear gas and live ammunition at thousands of demonstrators who threw rocks and set fire to buildings. Dozens were injured. Muslims also marched in at least a half-dozen other countries, w...
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Apr 20th, 2012
Emergency workers with flashlights searched the smouldering wreckage of a passenger jet carrying 127 people that crashed into a muddy wheat field Friday while trying to land in a violent thunderstorm at Islamabad’s main airport. The government said there appeared to be no survivors in the crash of th...
Apr 3rd, 2012
A former Chief Intelligence Officer of the State Security Service (SSS), Bukar Tarha, yesterday testified in court that a terrorism suspect, Mallam Mohammed Ashafa, has admitted that he is linked with the Al-Qaeda terrorist group. The Prosecution Witness (PW), who testified before a Federal High Cour...
Jan 3rd, 2012
Nicolas Sarkozy has been named by an investigation into an alleged party funding corruption scandal said to have led to the deaths of 11 French engineers in a Pakistan bomb attack. It is claimed Mr Sarkozy must have been aware of the establishment of a shell company suspected of diverting cash from a...