Government Launches National Job Portal

Government of  Pakistan has launched a national job portal for public sectors job hunters around the world. The portal – www.njp.gov.pk – provides latest information on jobs available in public sector for the entire country at one place. In the first phase vacancies of federal agencies will be available and in the second phase provincial agencies employment would also be

PEMRA bans repeat telecast of Ishqiya and Pyar Ke Sadqay

The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has imposed a ban on the repeat telecast of ARY Digital’s drama serial Ishqiya and HUM TV’s drama serial Pyar Ke Sadqay, saying the action was being taken for carrying content that went against social and religious values. According to a notification issued by the authority, the action was taken under Section 27

Modi’s YouTube Video Scores Above 1 million ‘Dislikes’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is trending these days as one of his official videos has crossed over 1 million dislikes on YouTube. ‘Mann Ki Baat’ is an Indian radio program hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself. PM Modi is known to addresses All India Radio once a month. The 68th show aired on August 30, 2020 has

Rescuing Pets Through Diet – Food Saving Lives of Pets

  How did you come up with the idea of Pawsome? So basically, I’ve kept pets for some time now, but a year back I got a pug dog, and he got canine distemper. Its a deadly disease, I’ve lost 3 dogs to this disease. This disease is curable at an early stage but a few symptoms still linger on

Only Women Can Harass Men, Professor’s side of Story – Full interview!

A professor of University of the Punjab shared a status saying that only women can harass men. He went on saying that he was going to conduct a research on this. He was caught in a troll storm as soon as this status was uploaded. People raided his status commenting viciously. Othernews.pk went to investigate the incident. Click on video

Aamir Khan Faces Heat Back Home on Meeting First Lady of Turkey

Bollywood star Aamir Khan’s meeting with the first lady of Turkey, Emine Erdogan, made headlines and took over top social media trends on Monday morning. Aamir recently visited Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s wife Emine Erdogan at Huber Mansion in Istanbul. The meeting was documented in photos which were shared by Turkey’s First Lady on Twitter. “I had the great

Founder of European Union Exits!

The United Kingdom has finally quit European Union (EU) on Friday. The United Kingdom (UK) has officially left European Union on midnight Friday in Brussels. Now an eleven months transition period has started which means UK will follow EU rules till end of this year. The real change will occur when the transition period will end. Why UK quit European

Most Memorable Visits of Pakistani Heads to US

This recent visit of Imran Khan was an explosion over the internet. As Khan was stepping on US soil, #khanmeetstrump was top trending not only in Pakistan or US, but across the globe. Maybe Trump’s controversial personality, new Pakistani leader and Pakistan’s strategic placement had a great role in this. Many things came into  discussion during Khan’s visit to US.

‘Consider me Pakistan’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia’

“Consider me Pakistan’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia” says Saudi Crown Prince. This is a strong note after the two days of Saudi Prince visit to Pakistan. We could sense many changes and thought provoking developments during his visit. Saudi Prince gave respect to Prime Minister of Pakistan and visualized a prosperous Pakistan. Saudia Arabia proved to be a good friend

Biker Gang In New Zealand Come Out To Guard Mosque

A prominent biker gang in New Zealand, Mongrel Mob, turned up to guard Muslims during Friday prayer in a mosque in the North Island city of Hamilton and performed Haka (ceremonial dance) outside the mosque in tribute to the Christchurch terror attack victims. After Christchurch attack in New Zealand, the biker gang announced to secure the Muslims to show solidarity with them.  

Government Launches National Job Portal

Government of  Pakistan has launched a national job portal for public sectors job hunters around the world. The portal – www.njp.gov.pk – provides latest information on jobs available in public sector for the entire country at one place. In the first phase vacancies of federal agencies will be available and in the second phase provincial agencies employment would also be

Modi changes Twitter Handle to ‘Chowkidar’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changes his Twitter handle account name to “Chowkidar Narendra Modi” after the “main bhi chowkidar” election campaign on Saturday. The campaign has been launched to counter the Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s “Chowkidar chor hai ” jibe against the Prime Minister. The party has launched the campaign as part of its strategy to turn the

Deaths on Live Facebook Streaming

The most striking aspect of the tragic New Zealand incident was that the whole incident was being aired live on Facebook. Though terrorists have used communication tools like video taping killings and later uploading it online, but this was the first time that a terrorist attack was being aired live on the internet. It’s not that the Facebook live tool

Bitcoin Millionaire Built Functioning Octopus Costume for a 10-year-old with Hypermobility

Erik Finman- bitcoin millionaire, built a functioning octopus costume for a 10-year-old having double joint syndrome in London. Erik Finman is a college dropout who earned his place through bitcoins. Aristou Meehan is his family friend’s 10-years old son who suffers from hyper-mobility. He said that his friend’s son wished he could have a fully functional octopus costume. He said

PUBG Related Arrests Crosses 10 in India

Indian Police have so far arrested over ten people for playing PUBG in Gujrat. Just last week the state of Gujrat had banned PUBG for being extremely violent and highly addictive. The youngsters were released on bail later the same day said police. While talking to Indian Express newspaper, Police official Rohit Raval said that the game was highly addictive

Rent-a-Womb, Surrogacy and Pakistan

Medical science has made extreme advancements in its particular field and is doing wonders everyday. People are amazed by the discoveries of medical sciences. A new remedy has been introduced by doctors for childless couples, which is known as “IVF-In Vitro fertilization”. According to this, if any woman is unable to conceive, then sperms of her husband is made to

World Cancer Day Special

Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for an estimated 9.6 million deaths in just year 2018. Most common cancers (2018 world-wide): Lung (2.09 million cases) Breast (2.09 million cases) Colorectal (1.80 million cases) Prostate (1.28 million cases) Skin cancer (non-melanoma) (1.04 million cases) Stomach (1.03 million cases) Most deadly cancers: Lung (1.76 million deaths) Colorectal (862 000

Allowing Heavy Bikes on Motorway Challenged

National Highway and Motorway Police have filed appeal against Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) decision of allowing heavy bikes on motorway. In December last year IHC ordered NH&MP to grant permission to heavy bikers to enter motorway under specific rules and regulations. The NH&MP have gone to supreme court against the decision. The Motorway spokesperson told othernews.pk that the authorities filed

Deaths on Live Facebook Streaming

The most striking aspect of the tragic New Zealand incident was that the whole incident was being aired live on Facebook. Though terrorists have used communication tools like video taping killings and later uploading it online, but this was the first time that a terrorist attack was being aired live on the internet. It’s not that the Facebook live tool

Lahore Based Cafe Fined Rs.5M for Copying Starbucks’ Logo

A renowned cafe in Lahore, ‘Options’ has been fined with  Rs. 5 Million for copying a logo of an international coffee chain ‘Starbucks’. They have also been ordered to publish an ad in newspapers for three days admitting that they have been deceiving people in the name of Starbucks. The American based Starbucks had sent a complaint to the Competitive Commission