‘Mullah Omar was died in Afghanistan, not in Pakistan’

Died in the Helmand, Afghanistan. Mullah Omar believed, "If you’re willing to trust the Pakistanis, you might just as well move to the U.S."

Taliban confirm the death of Mullah Omar and appoint Mullah Mansoor as new leader

Source said, Mullah Omar was died in Afghanistan, not in Pakistan. Mullah Mansoor is the former Minister of Civil Aviation & Transportation

Mullah Omar died in 2013 in Karachi; Afghan govt

Afghan government said that the reclusive one-eyed leader of the militant organisation Mullah Omar had died in 2013 in Karachi.

Pallekele series! Younis leads Pakistan to historic win over Sri Lanka

Younis Khan hit a brilliant unbeaten 171 as Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the 3rd Test to win their first series on the island since 2006.

The day when democracy dies, #5thJulyBlackDay

The history of militarization of Pakistan goes back to 1947. Its a journey from need to greed. #5thJulyBlackDay

Daayiee Abdullah; First American gay Imam

First American gay imam, Daayiee Abdullah's first act as Imam was to perform funeral rites for a gay Muslim who died of AIDS.

19 including army officers die as train falls into canal near Gujranwala

At least 80 people have been rescued and injured people have been shifted to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Gujranwala, said government officials.

Robert Mugabe proposes to Barack Obama

After the legalisation of gay marriage in the US, Mugabe sarcastically said he’d ask Obama to marry him.

13 reasons why you won’t be able to resist dating a Pakhtun

Known for their love stories and dil-phaink attitude, these guys are the most exciting dating(/life) partners you could ever have.

Pakistan wins first JF-17 order at Paris Air Show

The latest models of the jets are lightweight multi-role aircraft capable of Mach 2.0 (twice the speed of sound) with an operational ceiling of 55,000 feet.

Malala asks world leaders to save Rohingya Muslims

The 17-year-old said Rohingya Muslims "deserve to be treated like we all deserve to be treated – with dignity and respect. Today and every day."

Imran Khan writes to Ban Ki-moon over persecution of Rohingya Muslims

The hypocrisy prevalent within the international community on human rights and humanitarian interventions has been acutely evident as the Rohingya crisis has unfolded.

Chinese president visits Pakistan, agrees $46bn investment

Xi Jinping arrived in Pakistan on Monday to launch projects worth $46 billion, a figure that would far exceed U.S. spending in Pakistan and underscores China's economic ambitions in Asia and beyond.
APS Woman Crying

Burst into tears, 16 December, another black day

Pictures of the APS attack, Over 150, including children more than 100, were killed when terrorists took hundreds of students and teachers hostage.
Mehvish Saimin

IDPs child Mehwish Saimin striving for Education

Saimin’s family is living in intense vulnerable conditions in Bannu and is not registered as an IDPs family with FATA Disaster Management Authorities (FDMA).