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Pakistan seeks global help on Kashmir issue

In yet another attempt to internationalise the Kashmir issue, Pakistan’s ambassador to the US Jalil Abbas Jilani has called on the global community to help resolve the long-pending dispute with India,

Schizophrenic to hang, Pak SC relies on Indian verdict

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for hanging of a mentally ill man convicted of murder ruling that schizophrenia did not fall within its legal definition of mental disorders.

Violate Indus Treaty, face legal action: Pak to India

Pakistan on Thursday said that it will take stern legal action against violation of any of the agreements signed with India.

Nawaz Sharif gets Supreme Court notice in Panamagate

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: AFP)

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Thursday started hearing five petitions regarding Panama Papers disclosures relating to alleged offshore companies of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s sons and daughter.

From selling tea to posing for photos

A tea-seller named Arshad Khan, who broke the Internet thanks to his intense blue eyes, has now bagged a modelling deal with a fashion portal here.

Indian sleuths ‘eye’ Corridor

Pakistan’s Intelligence Bureau (IB) has claimed that Indian and Afghan intelligence agencies were plotting to disrupt the multibillion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.

Total ban on Indian TV shows

Amid Indo-Pak tension, Pakistan’s media regulatory authority on Wednesday decided to enforce a complete ban on Indian TV and radio contents from Friday and warned that the licences of those found guil

Over 350,000 Afghan refugees return from Pakistan

More than 350,000 Afghan refugees have returned to their war-torn homeland from Pakistan this year, UN data show, with the torrent of people crossing the border expected to continue.

Nawaz Sharif slams ‘dancing’ Imran Khan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif  lashed out at Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan saying his party’s mandate was “dancing on containers” referring to the former cricketer’s frequ

Chaiwala to hit Indian girls with ‘surgical strikes’


The Pak tea-seller is being dubbed as the ‘nuclear weapon’ that could be used to unleash ‘surgical strikes’ on Indian girls.

It is hard not to recall the great relief the country felt when news came around September 29 midday that the Indian Army had sent its commandos across the Line of Control (LoC) to take out “launchpad

Within days of the terrorist attack on Kashmir’s Uri, in which 19 Indian Army soldiers lost their lives, and as the government mulled various options, some newspapers and digital platforms published a