This photo shows a still from a video taken by Pakistani pilot during the flight.
Gulf Today Report
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has confirmed that a pilot of a Lahore-bound flight commercial flight, PK-304, spotted "an extraordinary object" in the sky last week, media reports said on Thursday.
The Dawn newspaper quoted a PIA spokesperson as saying that the pilot spotted the object on January 23 in airspace between Multan and Sahiwal.
The captain saw something over 1,000 feet above his aircraft, which was at an altitude of 35,000 feet, and he made a video which was circulating on social media, said a PIA spokesman.
“It is too early to say for sure what he had actually witnessed. It cannot necessarily be a flying saucer,” he said.In a separate report, Geo News said the object was "extremely bright" despite the presence of sunlight.
Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate landed in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on Friday, after turbulence forced the couple to stay overnight in Lahore in a change to their tightly-choreographed itinerary.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has announced it would operate special flights to bring back stranded Pakistanis ahead of Eid Al Adha.The national flag carrier will bring back the Pakistanis from Kabul.
Pakistani police have arrested a man for beating his wife in public after the incident triggered wide condemnation and uproar on social media.
The victim stated in the investigations that the following day he discovered that his personal bag containing Dhs45,000 and his passport were missing together with another bag.
The NA on Thursday scrapped the voting right given to the overseas Pakistanis and the use of EVMs in the next elections. The PTI has strongly criticised the move and termed it a “regressive and condemnable act” of the government.
New Delhi authorities on Thursday ordered all sports facilities to stay open until 10:00pm after a media report claimed that one stadium shuts early every evening — so that an official can walk his dog.