Hindu priest remanded

A judicial magistrate remanded the Hindu priest, arrested over demanding sacrifice of three girls, to police custody for four days on Friday. The investigation wing of the Mirpurkhas city police station had

Australian envoy calls on Qaim

Former Department of Defence Secretary and Special Envoy of Australia for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Ric Smith called on Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah at Chief Minister’s House on Friday. According to

PPP persuading ‘friends’ to join in

The ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has delayed the acceptance of resignations from the ministers of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for an indefinite period, as it is engaged in persuading its annoyed

Welcome, monsoon

Although torrential rain in the city made the weather extremely pleasant on Friday but standing water proved to be quite frustrating for citizens. Posh areas and main roads of the city presented

Malik Hamid Sarfraz ill

A prominent and trustworthy ally of Syed Hussain Shaheed Saharwardy, the founding member of Tehreek-e-Istaklal, Awami League and Pakistan Peoples Party, Malik Hamid Sarfraz is seriously ill at Doctors Hospital, Lahore.

SCBA forms six committees

Supreme Court Bar Association has constituted six committees nationwide to address matters relating to human rights, lawyers welfare, women’s harassment and bar associations etc. The Human Rights Committee will be chaired by