Thursday, April 18, 2019

Cabinet dissatisfied over LHC decision of granting bail to Shahbaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the federal cabinet presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday expressed dissatisfaction over the Lahore High Court’s (LHC)...

Shisper glacier: Authorities step in with a comprehensive plan as disaster looms large

GILGIT - Authorities have started training communities on war footings to avert a looming disaster in Gilgit-Baltistan’s Hunza valley where a surging glacier has...

Pakistan’s melting glaciers: Our climate change crisis will destabilise Asia’s rivers

The report revealed that at least a third of the glaciers in Asia’s towering mountains are doomed to melt due to climate change.Pakistan is...

3rd markhor hunt, 3rd US hunter and the highest fee

Gilgit - On Monday there was a third markhor hunt of the season in Gilgit-Baltistan. An American hunter Bryan Kinsel Harlan hunted down a...

The hunt continues

By Khan Shehram EusufzyeIn overcast conditions, Jaffar Ali and the local guides scramble over loose rocks on the steep mountainside. With no time to...

Why Did Soviets Invade Afghanistan? Documents Offer History Lesson for Trump

Soldiers in January 1980 in Gardez, Afghanistan, a month after the Soviet Union invaded. A newly published cable suggests a reason for the invasion...

Sahiwal killings — an albatross around Imran Khan’s neck

Questions that Punjab government must answer     The  evidence related to Sahiwal killings makes it abundantly clear that these  were pre-planned...

Yak – The King Of Mountains

GILGIT, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News) - Yak is called the king of mountains of Gilgit Baltistan, Wahkhan Corridor, Pamirian, Tibetan and high altitude regions....

Ruling party struggles in Sharifs’ stronghold

By Aamir Latif/Anadolu–Imran Khan’s party struggles to overshadow three-time Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif with its ‘dark horse’LAHORE - Sitting in wooden chairs outside a shop...

Judicial restraint was Saqib Nisar’s hallmark — then the dam broke

By Waqqas MirNo one had predicted it — at least not in the public domain. All the signs pointed in the direction of roads leading...