PIA: Passengers advised to reach 4 hours prior to their scheduled flight

PIA: Passengers advised to reach 4 hours prior to their scheduled flight

KARACHI: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Thursday advised passengers to report at least four hours prior to their flight departure as roads have been blocked in major cities across the country owing to ongoing protests. The national flag carrier advised passengers to report five hours prior to their international flight departure and...

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Karachi: Traffic updates & guide

Karachi continues to suffer as routine life comes to a halt due to the protest by religious groups in the metropolis. As the situation in the city struggles to normalize, various roads remain blocked, causing trouble for the citizens to commute. According to Samaa News, protests are on-going at Hub River...

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Indian woman constable transferred and rewarded with cash prize for her professionalism

Indian woman constable transferred and rewarded with cash prize for her professionalism

NEW DELHI: A heart-clinching picture of Indian woman constable working at the office while her infant was sleeping on the desk went viral and drew widespread appreciation amid social media users for woman dedicated to her profession. After the picture was shared by a large number of people, the female...

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Former Quetta police constable Tayab Kazmi involved in serial minor rape now sentenced to death

Former Quetta police constable Tayab Kazmi involved in serial minor rape now sentenced to death

QUETTA: A court in Quetta on Wednesday sentenced to death a police constable accused of raping a little girl and other children. District and Sessions court judge Mubeen Ali announced that sentenced Sepoy Tayab Raza Kazmi will be delivered the death penalty on two counts of rape. Kazmi, a resident of police lines was...

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Jan Muhammad resumes charge as SC rejects government’s plea for appointment of new Islamabad IGP

Jan Muhammad resumes charge as SC rejects government’s plea for appointment of new Islamabad IGP

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a federal government’s plea regarding the appointment of a new Islamabad inspector general of police (IGP). A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) Khalid Jawed’s plea on the appointment of an...

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Google: Employees walkout, “We are dead serious about making sure we provide a safe and inclusive workplace”: CEO

Google: Employees walkout, “We are dead serious about making sure we provide a safe and inclusive workplace”: CEO

Google parent Alphabet on Wednesday confirmed that an executive accused of sexual harassment left the company without an exit package as tension over its handling of such matters heightened. Word that Rich DeVaul, a director at X lab devoted to “moonshots” such as internet service from balloons, was out came...

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Khashoggi was ‘strangled, dismembered’ in Saudi consulate, Turkish prosecutor unveils details

Khashoggi was ‘strangled, dismembered’ in Saudi consulate, Turkish prosecutor unveils details

ANKARA: Turkey’s top prosecutor on Wednesday laid out the most detailed description yet of how the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed, saying Saudi agents strangled him to death almost immediately after he after entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and then dismembered him. A statement from the office of prosecutor Irfan...

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Pakistan’s internationally acclaimed global health expert Dr. Sania Nishtar appointed as BISP’s new chairperson

Pakistan’s internationally acclaimed global health expert Dr. Sania Nishtar appointed as BISP’s new chairperson

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has appointed Pakistan’s internationally acclaimed global health expert Dr. Sania Nishtar to chair the board of Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), media sources revealed. According to a statement released by BISP, the government had invited the health expert to head BISP. Following her acceptance, the government has...

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Pakistani celebrities express views regarding Aasia’s case – Are you surprised?

Pakistani celebrities express views regarding Aasia’s case – Are you surprised?

We all woke up this morning to the news of the Supreme Court giving its verdict on the Asia Bibi case. Around 9: 30 AM, the court announced that they have acquitted Asia of all charges, demanding her immediate release. Many Pakistani celebrities took to Twitter to express how they...

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Never call psychopath a ‘psychopath’ – Here’s what you need to know about them

Never call psychopath a ‘psychopath’ – Here’s what you need to know about them

Most people think they know what a psychopath is: Someone who has no feelings. Someone who probably tortured animals for fun when they were little. But here are five things you probably didn’t know about psychopaths. There’s a bit of a psychopath in all of us. Psychopathy is a spectrum, and...

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