The incident took place in Rawalpindi city where a child maid, 8-year-old Zohra, was reportedly tortured to death by a couple over mistakenly releasing two parrots from a cage.
A passenger onboard a flight from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Lahore, Pakistan has reported that his expensive cat which was being transferred with him was lost in the cargo.
ISLAMABAD: Ambassador of Korea in Pakistan Kwak Sung-Kyu along with the Korean Economic Counselor called on Federal Minister for National Food Security & Research Sahibzada Muhammad Mehboob Sultan here in Islamabad today. The meeting basically focused on agro-cooperation between the two friendly nations, according to a statement. The minister was apprised that in the first week of December 2018 a delegation of Korean agricultural experts is visiting Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) and National…
HYDERABAD: You may have seen/watched people doing crazy stuff while under the influence of alcohol, but this Indian man went a miles ahead by jumping into lion’s cage to have an ‘amicable handshake’ with the wild predator. A 35-year-old man, who had a few too many drinks, climbed into an actual lion's den at a zoo, reportedly in an attempt to shake "hands" with a king of the jungle. The man, seems relatively calm in the video, shot in May 2016, and amazingly got away without any injuries thanks to the staff at…
SHANGHAI, CHINA: A diver whose near miss with a great white shark became a viral video sensation, viewed more than 15 million times on Youtube, says the ocean's apex predator is ‘beautiful’. Chan Ming was on a shark-watching excursion off the Mexican coast when the animal broke into the metal cage protecting him. Despite their fearsome reputation, sharks do not normally feed on humans, and have to be drawn in with bait. The shark seized the bait and crashed into the cage, breaking part of it. Unable to swim backwards, it…
SANTIAGO: A zoo in Chile's capital said it was forced to kill two lions on Saturday to protect a suicidal man who had entered their cage in front of aghast visitors.
LONDON: The financial backers of a campaign group that had contact with the man later known as 'Jihadi John' are under pressure from British politicians and a regulator's investigation to explain why they gave it several hundred thousand pounds.