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Kashmir key to better ties with India: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that resolution of the Kashmir issue is key to better ties with India.

‘N-deal to have detrimental impact’

Peeved at the breakthrough in the operationalisation of the Indo-US nuclear deal, Pakistan on Tuesday said the move for “political and economic expediencies” will have a “detrimental” impact on deterr

Female teachers get gun training in Pakistan

Pakistani teachers load magazines into pistols during a weapons training session for school, college and university teachers AFP

Pakistani authorities on Tuesday started special gun training sessions for female teachers in the Peshawar city — a month after the deadly attack on the Army Public School that left some 150 people de

Gen. Sharif has shown US ‘proof’ of Indian ‘link’, says Pakistan official

Gen. Raheel Sharif

Pakistan’s Senate defence committee was told on Monday that the Chief of Army Staff Gen.

Blackout hits major cities across Pakistan

Pakistan suddenly plunged into darkness late on Saturday night after a major power breakdown.

Sartaj Aziz: Sushma Swaraj is only appeasing Barack Obama

Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan’s top diplomat, Sartaj Aziz, on Saturday said that the Indian external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj issued a statement about India’s desire to have good relations with Pakistan “only to ple

‘Irregularities found in the constituency Imran lost’

A Pakistani inquiry com-mission judge, Ghulam Hussain Awan, said on Saturday that “minor irregularities” were found in the audit in the NA 122 constituency of the Nati-onal Assembly where the Pakistan

Akshay Kumar film faces Pakistan ban

Akshay Kumar film faces Pakistan ban

Akshay Kumar starrer Baby, about an Indian spy mission to catch a dreaded terrorist, will not be shown in Pakistan as the censor board of the country refused to allow it screening.

Hafiz Mohammed Saeed: Ban will make ‘no difference’

Hafiz Saeed, chief of Pakistani religious group Jamaatud Dawa

Forms new group Tehrik-e-Hurmat-e-Rasool, says only his pension account affected

JuD’s bank accounts frozen, Hafiz Saeed faces a travel ban

JuD’s bank accounts frozen, Hafiz Saeed faces a travel ban

Pakistan said on Thursday that Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Mohammed Saeed will face travel restrictions as JuD bank accounts have been frozen.

January 27, 2015, was an eventful day. A few events took place almost simultaneously on this day that are likely to impact the future of India’s security and economy.

Sweet are the uses of bonhomie. All that jocular stuff between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama during the latter’s visit to India this week was a clincher.