Islamabad, Friday, June 07, 2013
Top Stories Editorial Columns / Articles Islamabad National Sports Showbiz Business Election Special Weather Horoscope
PM aims at power crisis
LAHORE – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ordered the conversion of all power generation plants on coal to end loadshedding and ensure provision of cheap electricity. He issued these direction while c...
Shahbaz elected Punjab CM; vows to end patwar system
LAHORE – Newly-elected Chief Minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif, on Thursday promised to eradicate the loadshedding and corrupt patwari culture by 2014. Addressing the Punjab Assembly soon after bein...
Chinese VP praises Pak economic role
KUNMING – Vice Premier Ma Kai said Thursday that China attaches great importance on expanding cooperation with Pakistan and other South Asian countries, so as to meet the common aspirations of their ...
India thrash SA in Trophy opener
Cardiff – India's new-look ODI team got off to a bumper start, negotiating short-pitched bowling to...
Hull says she 'belongs' in professional Golf
England's 17-year-old Charley Hull says she belongs in professional golf after finishing second in ...
IPL Spot-fixing ‘Raj, Shilpa placed bets on matches’
In sensational claims in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, Delhi Police today alleged that Rajasthan Roy...
Windies seek to revive Oval memories
Kasparov opts not to return to Russia
Govt sets broad matrix for foreign poli
New Delhi's allegations brushed aside
US welcomes Nawaz as PM
Nawaz accepts Karzai’s invitation
Fawad in Aussie fold by change in law
IHC agreed to Musharraf’s jail trail
Protests ‘burn & destroy’ tactics, says
Koreas agree to hold talks on reopening
Sale of over the counter drugs
Irish woman raped in India
Jiah Khan laid to rest
Fast & Furious rolls over Will Smith’s After Earth
Why Sherlyn doesn’t want to be promiscuous?
Raj Kundra confesses to betting in IPL
Special Editorial
Just when the people of Pakistan and India expected a major development with regard to the resumption of peace process between the 2 nuclear arch rivals of South Asia as the leaders from both Pakistan and India began to melt the ice, the traditionally negative Indian intelligence establishment that has constantly been defiant to India’s response to Pakistan’s peace efforts, played their dirty role as usual with VIBRANTy....
In our previous reports, we have discussed as to who are the main players behind the conspiracies against Pakistan by generating heat in Balochistan. In yesterday’s report, we focused on the activities of the joint terror network of RAW and their collaborators from amongst the absconding Baloch Tribal leaders. We discussed in details the activities of The (Terror) Brotherhood, based in ...
CDA Chairman highlights reasons behind
AAUR holds seminar to mark World Enviro
BHC issues guidelines for student visas
Visitors enthralled at Margalla Fest
SDC affairs need urgent attention
More Reports>>
Employers struggle to find talent
China calls for dialogue after EU solar
ICE cotton stems rally
White-collar setting up stalls become p
Spot rate squanders overnight
More Reports>>
Maiden NA session
Pakistan’s new page
Pakistan looks for new leaders
Prospects of Sino-India relationship
America’s war criminals
Sweet distribution amid massacre
ISLAMABAD: Abdul Aziz Ibrahim Alghadeer, Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia called on Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force at Air Headquarters. – Agencies
Copyright © 2002-2013 The Daily Mail. All rights reserved