Due to Saudi Arabia's consistent financial and political backing, Pakistan has maintained a marked lean towards Riyadh for decades. Yet, the latest response of no easy money for Pakistan from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia amid Saudi-Iran Agreement is a wake-up call for Pakistan.
Is Saudi-Iran Agreement a Wake-up Call for Pakistan?
President Xi’s Russia trip a highly expected event
Against the backdrop of the escalating Ukraine crisis and intensifying geopolitical tensions worldwide, the visit has attracted special attention from the international community.
Is Kashmir Next Frontier of Chinese Diplomacy After the Middle East and Ukraine?
Chinese diplomacy has been making headlines recently, from its involvement in the Middle East to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. With China's presence continuing to expand in these regions, is Kashmir the next target for the Global Peace Broker?
Is Imran Khan’s London Plan Claim Myth or Reality?
Khan stated in an exclusive interview with BBC Urdu that the attempted arrest was part of a broader plot known as the "London Plan." Are the allegations a reality and imagination?
Probability Check For Elections Delayed in KPK and Punjab
Apart from the obstacles, having free and fair elections is essential, particularly in light of the current economic and political situation. However, it remains to be seen how the election preparations continue in both KP and Punjab.
Reframing Brain Drain Narrative to Focus on Poverty in Pakistan
The increasing unemployment rate in Pakistan is a major contributing factor to the country's brain drain, as people try to flee their impoverished home country by taking menial jobs in other countries.
Why is IMF Being So Tough With Pakistan?
The delay in IMF has an adverse impact on the already rotten economy of Pakistan, so why IMF is so harsh with Pakistan leaving the entire courtsey behind?
PSO Struggles with Debt and Shrinking Profit, Financial Report Reveals
Financial statistics for the first half of Pakistan State Oil's current fiscal year highlight worries over the company's financial health.
Russia seeking alternative to US-backed candidate for World Bank head
Since its establishment in 1944, the World Bank has always been headed by Americans. The Russian directorate at the World...
Mr Dar and our ‘Inshallah economy’
Even when the help from friendly countries that he kept promising repeatedly failed to materialise, the finance minister refused to...
British Menswear Is Having a Peacock Moment, Says Patrick Grant
In a recent interview, renowned British fashion designer and entrepreneur Patrick Grant said that menswear is experiencing a "peacock moment."
Pakistani man, for years a laborer, now lives the Saudi dream as restaurateur
Abdul Kabeer Shah moved to Saudi Arabia in 2000 and worked as an assistant to electricians and plumbers. By Aamir...
Asked About Ex-Wife Reena Roy, Pakistan Cricketer Mohsin Khan Said: “I Have No Regrets”
“I didn’t see who she was or where she was from,” said Mohsin Khan By Pranita Chaubey Pakistani cricketer Mohsin...
H&M Launches Pre-Loved Store in the US to Promote Circular Fashion Models
H&M has announced the debut of H&M Pre-Loved, its first resale model in the United States. H&M revealed in a...
New Toshakhana policy: Gifts exceeding $300 in value to become state property
The new Toshakhana policy has also prohibited government functionaries from receiving gifts for their spouses or for members of their...
In Iraq, Saddam’s ageing superyachts attest to legacy of excess, war
The interior of the vessel is like a time capsule, bearing all the gilded trimmings typical of the late strongman’s...
A Look Back at Tim Paine’s 18-Year Cricket Journey: From Ups and Downs to Retirement
Paine’s decision comes after a period of turmoil in his personal life. Former Australian Test captain Tim Paine has announced...
Australian surfer Blake Johnston smashes Guinness World record for longest serf session ever
Raises $225,000 for mental health charity The Australian surfer Blake Johnson, an early-rising maniac they call Forrest Gump around Cronulla,...
Shadab named captain as Pakistan announce squad for Afghanistan T20 series
The selection committee ensured that it selected a side that was equally strong and capable of winning the series against...
Shiffrin Breaks Skiing’s Record for Most World Cup Wins of All Time
With a record-breaking 87th World Cup win, American Mikaela Shiffrin solidified her place in skiing history.
Great Britain Urges Olympic Sponsors to Back Ban on Russian Participation
The British government asked Olympic sponsors to exert pressure on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to prevent Russia and Belarus from participating in the 2024 Olympics.
Global Warming Intensifies Droughts and Floods, NASA
NASA satellite data from the previous 20 years reveals a considerable increase in the intensity of catastrophic droughts and floods worldwide owing to rising global temperatures.
French Embassy Honors Three Pakistani Women For Their Efforts In Gender Equality
The French Embassy honored Pakistani women for their contributions to gender equality and climate change.
Oil and gas companies are seen as climate villains.
To have a chance of getting to net zero by 2050, we’ll need scale. Murray Shearer Think about oil and...
No respite for the Rohingya
Faced with fund shortages, the refugees must now deal with another devastating event
Was Earth already heating up, or did global warming reverse a long-term cooling trend?
The growth rings that form each year in trees, stalagmites and corals can be used to reconstruct past temperature. Ellie Broadman, Postdoctoral Research Associate in...
Skyquakes, The Unexplained Sonic Booms Shaking the World
Inexplicable sonic booms sounding like explosions and thunderclaps, with no clear cause and potentially serious ecological effects; a skyquake mystery!
KP and Google Team Up to Provide 5,000 Scholarships through ‘Grow with Google’ Initiative
TechValley in Pakistan is leading the initiative, and it will place special emphasis on helping women participate in and profit from the program.
UAE issues flying parcel delivery vehicle licence
UAE and UPS team up to begin testing flying parcel delivery service Flying parcel deliveries in the UAE are a...
This Bonkers 1,000 HP Flying Supercar Soars Like a Jet and Looks Like a Bugatti
The curvy JC7 is like rolling a hypercar into a private jet. So it’ll be fast, on the ground and...
Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping the Future of Work
The future of work will be shaped by the integration of AI, and it is up to individuals and organizations to adapt to this new reality.
Lockheed hints again at the existence of a secret high speed jet
Celebrating Top Gun: Maverick six Oscar nominations, Lockheed once again alluded to the existence of a jet fgisyter than the...
The Caribbean’s role in the transformation of agri-food systems
FAO supports governments and communities in building capacities to comprehensively manage multi-hazard risks to enhance the resilience of livelihoods and...
US, India, UAE, Israel convene I2U2 forum in Abu Dhabi
The meeting builds on the food security initiative spearheaded by President Joe Biden in 2021 in preparation for global climate...
Struggling to Feed its People: Pakistan’s Agriculture Sector faces multifaceted challenges
Pakistan will need to implement policies and strategies in the agriculture sector, and improve infrastructure and equipment for transportation, storage,...
Looming crisis of food in Pakistan
Natural catastrophes, failed crops, inept government policies, conflict, and rapid population growth are all contributing factors of food shortage in...
Basmati rice: the new authenticity rules aiming to remove sub-standard varieties from the market
If we don’t maintain today’s standards, it may harm the industry — and crucially the farmers who work so hard...
Why Modi’s Wheat Export Ban Failed To Curb Inflation in Commodity Prices
A report found that Indian wheat prices jumped to a record high, despite a ban on exports, amid strong demand...
Qatar loses ‘World’s Best Airport’ to Singapore, Turkey’s Istanbul climbs to 6
Most Gulf Cooperation Council city airports went up in rank from last year’s SKYTRAX’s World Airport Awards. Salim A. Essaid...
Nearly half of Hyatt’s 2022 additions were in EMEA
Hyatt has tripled the number of hotels in its portfolio in Europe over the past four years. BY CLARE NICHOLLS Hyatt...
Introducing Riyadh Air: Saudi Arabia Formally Reveals New National Airline
Let’s look closely at Saudi Arabia’s ambitious goals for the aviation industry. By VYTE KLISAUSKAITE Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed...
Where are the hajj pilgrims?
What’s causing the slow enrolment into hajj packages this year? By Gloam Mortoza Usually, only those who are financially capable...
Vacations in Melbourne, Here What You Can Do!
Melbourne, with its urban European appeal, lively art scene, booming nightlife, and world-famous artisanal coffee, is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a unique and memorable holiday experience.
Islamic Arts Biennale Features Previously Unknown Quranic Passages from Uzbekistan
At the first-ever Islamic Arts Biennale, Muslim tourists from all over the world will get the chance to see the treasure trove of Uzbekistan antiques for the very first time.