Gaza killings

Death Toll 633: Fresh Israel air strikes kill 7 in Gaza: medics

GAZA CITY: A series of Israeli air strikes early Tuesday killed seven people in Gaza, including five members of the same family, emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. The deaths hike the total Palestinian toll to 633 since the Israeli … read more


Imran Khan press conf

PTI invites MWM’s leadership to August 14 protest, Imran Khan slams Nawaz Sharif

PESHAWAR/ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has said there was a monarchy in Pakistan in the name of democracy which would be brought down on August 14. He said that Nawaz Sharif went abroad as the country entered a difficult … read more

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Air Strikes

Govt says no civilian killed in Shawal air strikes

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for State and Frontier Regions General (R) Abdul Qadir Baloch denied the reports saying civilians were killed in last week’s air strikes in Shawal valley of North Waziristan. “There is a very small civil population in Shawal … read more


MPA Gulfam

PML-N MPA Khurram Gulfam passes away

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) MPA Khurram Gulfam passed away at the Services Hospital here on Tuesday. Gulfam had been in a coma following an operation at the Services Hospital two weeks earlier. Khurram Gulfam born in Sheikhupura in 1979 … read more



80 top brands to participate in Festival of Friendship

Sameer Nazir KARACHI: Over 80 top companies and brand names have so far registered themselves to represent Pakistan in the 2nd Made in Pakistan Exhibition being held in Mumbai (India) from August 31, to September 5, 2014. After the great … read more



Commonwealth Games open today in Glasgow

GLASGOW: The 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow kick off on Wednesday with the much-anticipated opening ceremony at Celtic Park. Ahead of 11 days of competition in 17 different sporting disciplines, the ceremony in Glasgow will feature an array of Scottish … read more

Sci & Tech


China airline tests Wi-Fi on flight

Beijing: A leading Chinese airline Wednesday tested a programme to allow passengers to use in-flight Wi-Fi, paving the way for the technology’s application for the first time in China’s booming aviation market. The satellite-based Wi-Fi service was made available on … read more



UK to get world`s first three-parent babies by 2015

London: Earlier, there were reports that UK may become the first country in the world to allow a controversial IVF technique that creates babies using DNA from three people, to prevent parents from passing on serious mitochondrial diseases to their … read more



Terminology of Nature’s Arithmetic Different from Man-made Equation

THE HUMAN PROBLEM: Series letters to Scientists by Allama Innayatullah Khan Al-Mashriqi…. (Topics series) Arithmetic we started with man-made figures and then went on to the sign of Algebra and the algebraic equations. It seems indeed frivolous to suppose that … read more