Shahbaz to get Pirzada back - The News International

KARACHI: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif is determined to bring back the disgruntled federal minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) Riaz Pirzada, who resigned the other day. A source told 'The News' on Sunday that Shahbaz had advised ...

Pak-US engagement - The News International

Lieutenant General McMaster, the co-author of counter-insurgency manual 'FM3-24', has conducted his first tour of Pakistan as the US national security adviser. He is credited with bringing the much-needed balance and sobriety in the US National ...

Partly cloudy today - The News International

Dry and hot weather was witnessed in the city here Sunday while Met office predicted a partly cloudy weather with little chances of rain on Monday (today). Met officials said continental air is prevailing over most parts of the country. They predicted ...

Significance of Nisar's visit to Karachi - The News International

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan rarely stayed more than a day in Karachi, even at a time when he had good relations with Sindh government. This time, his visit was not merely for administrative but political reasons, as well. During full two ...

Hasan Minhaj's Trump-bashing comedy routine at the White House correspondents' dinner, annotated - New Zealand Herald

President Trump did not attend the White House correspondents' dinner, but he was still the butt of host Hasan Minhaj's jokes. Washington Post have annotated Minhaj's remarks using Genius. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the series finale ...

Thank you's and dedications — a night honouring the best of Pakistani drama and film industry - Daily Times

LAHORE: The 5th instalment of the annual Hum Awards was held in Lahore on Saturday at the Expo Centre. One expected added entertainment, full fraternity attendance and glamour with this one, considering how the recently-held Lux Style Awards were ...

Ton-up Chase, Holder give West Indies edge - Geo News, Pakistan

Roston Chase's second Test hundred and fine support from captain Jason Holder in a record unbroken partnership lifted the West Indies to 286 for six at stumps on the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan at Kensington Oval in on Sunday.