The case has been adjourned till November 3
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Air Marshal Arshad Malik on Tuesday announced an Rs100,000 reward for an air hostess
He felicitated IG Punjab police Inam Ghani and the investigation team on tracing the suspect
Punjab Police announced on Saturday prize money of Rs2.5 million against the credible information that will lead to the arrest of prime suspects in Motorway gang-rape case,
He announced Rs2 million reward for the police team.
Sindh Information Minister Nasir Hussain Shah on Friday announced a prize for any person or research institution that develops a vaccine for the novel coronavirus
Tencent Holdings Limited on Wednesday announced a reward for anyone who will grab the new PUBG Mobile update before October 22.
TOKYO: Non-smoking employees at one Japanese firm are getting six additional days' holiday to compensate for the time their colleagues spend puffing away at work. Piala, a Tokyo-based online commerce consulting and marketing company, kicked off the programme in September after an employee complained about the time lost by smoking colleagues who frequently disappear to light up. "Because our office is located on the 29th floor ... it takes at least 10 minutes for a smoker to go down to a common smoking room in the…
KARACHI: Sindh police have announced five million rupees reward for any information leading to the arrest of the facilitators of the attack at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan on Feb 16. Police have said to have identified two facilitators who conducted a recce outside the shrine prior to the attack. They were identified after combing through hours of closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage from the shrine. Additional Inspector General Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) Sanaullah Abbasi made the…
WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday more than doubled the bounty on the head of the shadowy leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, to $25 million. The announcement by the State Department "Rewards for Justice Program" came as US-backed local forces close in on the militant movement's main urban strongholds in Iraq and Syria, the cities of Mosul and Raqa. The cash will be paid to anyone who can offer "information leading to the location, arrest or conviction" of the elusive militant. "Under…