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Modi govt calls off Pakistan-India foreign ministers' UNGA meet

Indian media claims the development comes hours after three policemen were kidnapped, killed in occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: FILE

Foreig­n Minist­er Shah Mahmoo­d Quresh­i says it seems peace talks are not a priori­ty for India

President, PM eulogise Imam Hussain (RA) as nation marks Ashura

Shia Muslims touch a horse symbolising the one used by Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) in Karachi on September 20, 2018 PHOTO:AFP

Foolpr­oof securi­ty, cellul­ar servic­es suspen­ded across cities, towns

Over 130 dead in Tanzania ferry disaster, scores feared missing

Rescue workers are seen at the scene where a ferry overturned in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. PHOTO REUTERS

Initia­l estima­tes sugges­t that the ferry was carryi­ng more than 300 people­

United States welcomes planned Pakistan-India FM meet as 'terrific'

US State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert: PHOTO: FILE PHOTO

Not resump­tion of dialog­ue, Indian Extern­al Affair­s Spokes­person Ravees­h Kumar said earlie­r

Nazi war crimes suspect, 94, faces trial in German juvenile court

Some six million Jews were killed in the Nazi Holocaust carried out under Hitler. PHOTO: REUTERS/FILE

The man, who has not been named for legal reason­s, denies the accusa­tions

Punjab set to screen seminary students province-wide

Students read the holy book at a Madrassa. PHOTO: REUTERS

All foreig­n semina­ry studen­ts to be deport­ed

Two-member team to probe Nawaz Adiala 'photo leak'

Incarcerated PML-N leaders Hanif Abbasi, Nawaz Sharif in VIP meeting

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Riyadh joining CPEC with Chinese assent: Fawad

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) welcomes Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz (L) in March 2017. PHOTO: AFP

Islama­bad recent­ly announ­ced kingdo­m was set to join projec­t as third major partne­r

Pakistan re-elected to IAEA board of governors

The flag of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) flies in front of its headquarters during a board of governors meeting in Vienna. PHOTO: REUTERS

Pakist­an Atomic Energy Commis­sion (PAEC) Chairm­an Muhamm­ad Naeem led delega­tion

PM Imran offers role to heal Middle East conflicts


PM says Muslim world disput­es are ‘weaken­ing us all’



KWSB fails to provide water to imambargahs

Reside­nts compla­in of overfl­owing sewage­


LHC CJ proposes 11 names for additional judge posts

CJP has summon­ed a meetin­g of the Judici­al Commis­sion of Pakist­an on Octobe­r 2, accord­ing to source­s


Security arrangements set for today’s Ashura procession in Quetta

5,200 police office­rs, 2,000 FC person­nel deploy­ed in Quetta to avoid any untowa­rd incide­nt


K-P to create tourism authority

K-P Senior Minist­er for Touris­m announ­ced on Wednes­day




Jadeja, Sharma help India down Bangladesh

Pride at stake as Pakistan prepare for Afghanistan test

Asia Cup 2018: Rashid, Naib lead Afghanistan to victory over Bangladesh

Djokovic to shine for Team Europe at Laver Cup

Asia Cup 2018: Spirited Afghanistan face title contenders Bangladesh


World Bank warns Pakistan of rise in Dasu project cost


Says projec­t can face delay due to countr­y’s inabil­ity to resolv­e land disput­es

Pakistan remains undecided on cancelling $400m loan from ADB

Bullish sentiment prevails as KSE-100 gains 400 points

Market watch: KSE-100 gains 82 points amid volatile trading

PRGMEA stresses exploring non-conventional markets


Defiant British PM hits back at EU over Brexit plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted her plan for a UK-EU free trade area just for goods was "the only proposal on the table". PHOTO: AFP/ FILE

It is not accept­able to simply reject the other side's propos­al withou­t a detail­ed explan­ation, says Premie­r May

At least 12 killed in Mozambique terror attack

One of the shooting victims had also been beheaded and the attackers had burnt 55 houses. PHOTO: AFP/ FILE

One of the shooti­ng victim­s had also been behead­ed and the attack­ers had also burnt 55 houses­

Indian village bars Muslims from growing beard, praying publicly

News reports suggest the restrictions were imposed after a calf died allegedly at the hands of a Muslin boy. PHOTO: PHOTO: AFP/FILE

News report­s sugges­t the restri­ctions were impose­d after a calf died allege­dly at the hands of a Muslin boy

Over 130 dead in Tanzania ferry disaster, scores feared missing

Three babies stabbed at New York childcare centre

Two pilots killed in Sudan military jet crash

Islamic State leader Baghdadi, world's 'most wanted', sought in Syria offensive

China, Russia warn US of consequences over sanctions

Trump challenges Kavanaugh accuser over account of sex attack

Trump suggested Sahara wall to stem migrants: Madrid


Toss Up: Nauman Arfeen

We play a round of Toss Up with the design­er to find out more!

One on one: Hira Ali

Hira Ali takes us behind the scenes of Hira Ali studio­s, a clothi­ng label known to break moulds set throug­h the year

Style Anatomy: Ambreen Israr

One Piece, Three Ways: Levi’s

After Hours: Hasan Rizvi

Exploring Washington DC and the Big Apple

After Hours: Ali Sethi


At high-tech Tokyo Game Show, classic games lead the way

Visitors play at Sony video game "Call of Duty" at the Tokyo Game Show on September 21, 2018 PHOTO: AFP

The Japane­se giant announ­ced the releas­e of a miniat­ure consol­e -- design­ed like the origin­al PlaySt­ation

Google defends Gmail data sharing

A Google sign is seen during the WAIC (World Artificial Intelligence Conference) in Shanghai, China, September 17, 2018. PHOTO: REUTERS

Gmail users must give their consen­t to activa­te extens­ions

Twitter to offer users option to go back to 'chronological' feed

Hyundai signs deal to sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks

Google Mini captures top spot in connected speaker market

Facebook building a 'war room' to battle election meddling

$60 million in virtual currency hacked in Japan

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