Chinese engineers involved in Khanewal brawl deported

Khanewal: Five Chinese engineers who recently got into a brawl with the Khanewal policemen were deported on Tuesday, Express News reported. Following the presentation of a report by Multan Commissioner Bilal Ahmed, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal decided to have the engineers deported. They were sent to Lahore on special vehicles after

Pakistan in talks with Russia for procurement of sophisticated arms, says defence minister

PHOTO COURTESY: SPUTNIK Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan has said that Pakistan is in direct talks with the Russian Federation for the procurement of sophisticated military hardware, including air defence systems, fighter jets and battle tanks, reported Sputnik. The minister confirmed that Islamabad was interested in buying weapons from Moscow in an interview to

Dr Juma Khan Marri founder & chief coordinator of “Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity” (OPBU) , addressed huge gathering at Kohlu (Balouchistan) from Moscow

By Shahid Ghumman Moscow/Kohlu: A huge gathering held at kohlu, Balouchistan to welcome Dr Juma Khan Marri's decision of disassociation from so-called Baloch Separatist Movement and to join mainstream Pakistan. The event started in the form of rally from bank chowk kohlu carrying banners with welcoming remarks for Dr Juma Khan

Homecoming: Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan after nearly six years

ISLAMABAD: The youngest Nobel laureate, Malala Yousafzai, landed in Islamabad in the wee hours of Thursday, after spending nearly six years abroad. Although there was no official confirmation, reports suggested that Malala, her immediate family, and officials of the Malala Foundation flew into Islamabad from Dubai and landed Islamabad airport at 1:30am. They had