SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2015


  • Balochistan gunmen kill 19

    Gunmen in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province attack two buses, killing at least 19 passengers, officials say whilst the number of passengers abducted from on board remains unclear.

  • Bangladeshi Hindu migrants to get Indian residential permits

    Ahead of the assembly elections in Assam, the Narendra Modi government has decided to issue an executive order to help religious minorities from Bangladesh and Pakistan who live in India, to get residential permits.

  • Indian Team

    Chance for India's selectors to reset goals

    India's tour to Bangladesh, that includes a Test and three ODIs, may be a short jaunt to a country where they have enjoyed success in the past but it is also an opportunity for India's selection panel to set in motion their plans for the next generation.

  • Pakistan charges 106 over kiln deaths

    Pakistan has charged 106 people with murder after a Christian couple was beaten and burnt to death by a mob in Punjab province over blasphemy allegations.

  • Pakistan's Punjab okays bill to protect women

    Punjab cabinet gave its nod to bill for protecting female victims of violence and setting up vigilance committees to monitor implementation of steps proposed under National Action Plan.

  • What’s on Laden’s bookshelf revealed

    Laden was fixated on attacking US targets and pressured al Qaeda groups to heal local rivalries and focus on that cause,according to documents the US says were seized in his hideout in Pakistan.

  • Saudi Arabia advertises for 8 new executioners

    Saudi Arabia advertises for eight new executioners, recruiting extra staff to carry out an increasing number of death sentences, usually done by public beheading.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Take a look how Shakib did at IPL

    Bangladesh’s top allrounder Shakib Al Hasan could not give his best with the bat and ball for Kolkata Knight Riders after playing only four matches in IPL 2015.

  • German spy agency 'helped US find bin Laden': report

    Germany's foreign intelligence agency helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden in Pakistan where US special forces killed the al-Qaeda leader, according to a German news report.

  • International Cricket Council

    ICC won’t send umpire for Pakistan-Zimbabwe series

    International Cricket Council announces that it will not be sending umpires to Pakistan for the upcoming series with Zimbabwe citing security reasons.

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