haris rauf viral video: Pakistan cricketer Haris Rauf fights with fan in US. Watch the viral video of ugly quarrel here

Pakistan’s fast bowler Haris Rauf became embroiled in a public altercation with a fan while visiting the USA, as evidenced by a widely shared video on social media. In the video, Rauf is seen engaged in a heated exchange with the individual on a public street. The exact timing of the incident remains unspecified, but … Read more

Pakistan govt highlights critical risks to budget 2024-25 in fiscal statement to Parliament

Islamabad: Pakistan’s cash-strapped government has highlighted almost a dozen critical risks to next year’s budget and medium-term outlook, including lower than estimated economic growth, unexpected climatic or natural disasters as well as continuing poor performance of state-owned entities. In a written statement on the fiscal risks submitted to Parliament, Finance Minister Muhammad Aurangzeb and Secretary … Read more

China’s attempt to influence Bangladeshi youth: Center for China Studies

During the 1971 war, Pakistan attempted to destroy the intellectual backbone of Bangladesh by killing its intellectuals. Today, China, an ally of Pakistan at that time, is aiming to destroy the conscience of the country’s youth, casting a dark shadow over Bangladesh’s future. While Islamabad used bullets and bombs for its purposes, supported by traitors … Read more

Pak Releases Pics, Refutes Imran Khan’s ‘Death Cell’ Claim

A leader from Mr Khan’s party said the former PM is suffering for the people of Pakistan. Islamabad: A fresh political slugfest has begun in Pakistan after the government released photographs of the cell provided to the country’s former prime minister Imran Khan in Adiala jail to refute the leader’s claim that he has been … Read more

Pakistan: Christians take to streets to protest against yet another mob attack over blasphemy

Angry members of the Christian community took to the streets to protest after a Muslim mob attacked a Christian factory owner in Punjab’s Sargodha district for alleged blasphemy, Union of Catholic Asian News reported. The incident occurred on May 25 when an angry mob, assaulted a Christian person, vandalized his house, and torched properties alleging … Read more

Germany: Free Balochistan Movement raises alarm on Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal

The Free Balochistan Movement (Germany chapter) staged a demonstration in Dortmund, Germany, on May 25, aiming to draw attention to the consequences of Pakistan’s nuclear tests in Balochistan on May 28, 1998. The protest sought to raise awareness about the dangers posed by Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal. Protesters distributed German-language pamphlets and voiced grievances against ongoing … Read more

Pakistan: Pakistan telecom operators block 3,500 SIMs of non-filers after-tax body order

Pakistan Telecom operators on Saturday blocked mobile phone SIMs of over 3,500 non-filers of the 5000 cards they had promised to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) they would in line with its Income Tax General Order (ITGO) — a move aimed at compelling 506,671 individuals to place on record their returns for 2023, The … Read more

Taliban reject Pakistan’s claim Afghan bomber involved in deadly attack on Chinese dam engineers

The Taliban defence ministry on Wednesday rejected Pakistan’s allegations that Afghans were involved in an attack on Chinese engineers, as ties between the neighbouring nations sour amidst rising insecurity. Pakistan’s military had said at a press conference on Tuesday that a suicide bomb attack in March in Pakistan’s northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, that killed five … Read more

Pakistan: Milk price soars to PKR 210 per litre in Karachi

The price of milk at Karachi in fiscally-stressed Pakistan shot up to 10 per litre after the city’s commissioner approved a hike, acceding to the demands of the Dairy Farmers Association, ARY News reported. As per the commissioner’s directives, the price of milk has surged by PKR 10 per litre, with shops in Karachi now … Read more

Ex-Pak PM Imran Khan, Wife Banned From Criticising State Institutions, Officials

The court ordered the PTI founder Imran Khan and his spouse from speaking against state institutions. Islamabad: An accountability court in Islamabad barred former prime minister Imran Khan and his wife, Bushra Bibi, from issuing statements against state institutions and officials, The Express Tribune reported. Judge Basir Javed Rana ordered the PTI founder and his … Read more