Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Latest Breaking Pakistan News

Latest Breaking Pakistan News

Latest Breaking Pakistan News Updates in Urdu. Find Here Urdu News about Politics, Army, Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan and Other Cities of Pakistan.

Investigation authorities seek FIA’s help to solve Sehwan blast case

Investigators probing the attack on the shrine of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, have detained four people suspected of facilitating the attack.

Two high-profile ISIS terrorists killed amid widespread operation in Karachi

KARACHI – Sindh Police claimed to have killed two terrorists belonging to banned Daesh (ISIS) group in an encounter in Karachi on Thursday night.Officials said the encounter took place at Mangophir area where two terrorists were gunned down

Pakistan army gave wonderful gift to AJK Police

Pakistan army gave wonderful gift to AJK Police

Pakistan orders additional AW139 helicopters and new MRAP vehicles

Pakistan has ordered additional AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters intermediate twin engine helicopters, confirmed Italian aerospace and defence firm Leonardo-Finmeccanica.The additional order was placed by the Ministry of Defence

Panama Decision Delayed On PM House Request: Dr Shahid Masood

While talking to private TV channel Dr Shahid Masood said that the panama case decision was delayed on the request from PM house. PM house requested the judges that the ECO conference that is to be held on 1st March is inviting

Suspected terrorist arrested from Lahore airport

Suspected terrorist arrested from Lahore airport

Another brave step taken by Pak Army to eradicate terrorism, Kamran Khan Special Report

Another brave step taken by Pak Army to eradicate terrorism, Kamran Khan Special Report

PIA launches inquiry after seven passengers made to stand during flightal flight

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) says it has launched an inquiry into media reports that seven passengers were forced to stand on a Medina-bound flight on January 20.The PIA flight PK-743 violated air safety regulations