- Obama visit lifts lid on simmering Asia tensionsTOKYO: US President Barack Obama's Asian tour which starts in Japan on Wednesday has lifted the lid on
- 19 including children injured in Swat road accidentSWAT: As many as 19 people sustained multiple injuries when an over-speeding pick-up plunged into a deep
- Lahore: Wife claims husband affixed tracker in her bodyLAHORE: AlthA lady, irked by husband claimed today that a tracker was affixed in her body so that he
- Four more shot dead in KarachiKARACHI: Violence in Karachi continued unabated despite struggle of law enforcement agencies to control
- Govt, Taliban committees joint meeting todayISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has convened a joint meeting of Government-Taliban
- ‘3G auction begins today’ ISLAMABAD: The stage is set to hold an auction for the next generation spectrum 3G/4G technology on Wednesday
- Three killed, five injured in Islamabad armed clash ISLAMABAD: At least three people were killed and five others sustained bullet injuries in armed clash
- Yousufzai has no money to pay gas bill PESHAWAR: A social welfare organization has announced to pay a utility bill worth Rs29,000 of a
- Four more fall prey to Karachi violence KARACHI: At least four people were killed in incidents of firing and violence in different parts of Karachi
- Sangakkara, Jayawardene face disciplinary action COLOMBO: Sri Lanka stars Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene are facing disciplinary action for their
- US force in Afghanistan may be cut to less than 10,000 troops KABUL: The number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan may drop well below 10,000 - the minimum demanded by
- Sindh govt forms JIT to probe attack on Hamid Mir ISLAMABAD: The Sindh government has constituted a seven-member joint interrogation team (JIT) to investigate
- KSE end higher; rupee weakens, o/n rates riseKARACHI: Pakistan's main stock exchange closed higher on Tuesday, with the benchmark 100-share index
- Farbrace resigns as Sri Lanka's coachCOLOMBO: Sri Lanka were left searching for their seventh coach in four years after Paul Farbrace resigned
- Nisar summons govt, Taliban talks committees meeting todayISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali on Tuesday summoned a joint meeting of Taliban and government
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TOKYO: US President Barack Obama's Asian tour which starts in Japan on Wednesday has lifted the lid on a bubbling cauldron of regional animosities, exposing historical rifts that Washington can no longer paper over. Obama touches down in Tokyo a day after nearly 150 lawmakers paid homage at a...
- 19 including children injured in Swat road.
- Lahore: Wife claims husband affixed tracker.
- Four more shot dead in Karachi.
- Govt, Taliban committees joint meeting today.
- ‘3G auction begins today’ .
- Three killed, five injured in Islamabad.
- Yousufzai has no money to pay gas bill .
- Four more fall prey to Karachi violence .
- Sangakkara, Jayawardene face disciplinary.
- US force in Afghanistan may be cut to less.