A terrorism case at the Mubina Town police station is among the seven cases registered against him across the Karachi police stations.
The two accused, having head money of US$ 3 million, were wanted by the FBI for committing an armed robbery in New York.
A woman is wanted by police authorities for a daring burglary attempt in the wee hours after she tried to enter a house and on failure, expressed anger by wreaking havoc in the outer areas of the house.
Indian film actor Kajol has revealed that her father so very much wanted to name her Mercedes, but her mother did not let him do that. Telling a riveting snippet about her childhood in an interview, she said that her father, filmmaker Shomu Mukherjee, was so much inspired by owner of Mercedes, famous German car manufacturing company, for naming his company after his daughter that he wanted to name Kajol as Mercedes too. "My father always thought if he can name his daughter Mercedes, why can't I? But my mom strictly…
BUDAPEST: Hungarian police have detained a Pakistani migrant wanted for murdering around 70 people in his home country, Hungarian and Austrian police said on Wednesday. In a statement, police in Hungary’s Bacs-Kiskun county said they had stopped a group of illegal migrants near the southern border with Serbia on Tuesday and identified the 35-year-old man among them. Read More: Three murder suspects arrested from Karachi’s Azizabad The police identified him only by the initials A.Z. and said he was the target of an…
CHICAGO: US authorities were on a nationwide manhunt Friday for employees of two prestigious universities including Oxford University an ocean apart, with the pair accused in the grisly stabbing death of a Chicago hairstylist. Wyndham Lathem, 42, of Northwestern University in Chicago and Andrew Warren, 56, of Oxford University in England, were named as suspects in the attack that was so brutal the blade of the knife used in the murder had broken off, police said. Trenton Cornell-Duranleau, a 26-year-old hairstylist,…
DHAKA: Bangladesh cinemas will boycott movies starring the nation's top actor after he led protests against the first screening of a Hindi film in decades in the Muslim-majority nation, an official said Thursday.