New Year

Farewell 2020

Year 2020 has passed and the beginning of a new year heralds the dawn of a new era. This is a pivotal moment as it marks the end of the decade while the world has seen considerable progress and even

New Year’s Eve: Karachi restaurants, business centres to shut down at 8PM

KARACHI: All restaurants and business centres across Karachi will close at 8PM as part of security arrangements and to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on New Year’s Eve. The Karachi Traffic Police have decided not to close any roads

Lewis Hamilton awarded knighthood after 7th Formula One title

LONDON: Lewis Hamilton has been knighted in Britain’s traditional New Year Honours list after equalling Michael Schumacher’s record of seven Formula One world titles. The list recognises outstanding achievements in various fields including showbiz, sport and politics, as well as

Karachi’s Seaview beach to remain open on New Year’s Eve

KARACHI: The Seaview beach and its surrounding areas will remain open for the public on New Year’s Eve. Commissioner Karachi Navid Ahmed Sheikh chaired a meeting and issued directives for making better traffic and security arrangements. He instructed the police

Aerial firing and gun use

Revellers across the world celebrate New Year with festivities and a party atmosphere just as the clocks tick past midnight. Fireworks, concerts, ceremonies and political addresses are held marking the transition to 2020 as a new decade dawns upon us.

May new year bring peace and stability for Pakistan, prays Awan

ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to PM on Information and Broadcasting, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan has prayed that may the new year bring peace and stability for Pakistan. Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, in a series of tweets, wished New Year to the

2019 – A difficult year

2019 remained a difficult year for Pakistan as the nation felt the economic and financial crunch. Prime Minister Imran Khan has raised hope for the upcoming year saying that 2020 will be the year of prosperity and job creation. The

Some Interesting Facts About Christmas You May Know

Christmas is celebrated across the world on 25th December every year to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. The name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ (or Jesus). The 12 Days