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Criticising blasphemy laws is not blasphemy: Pak SC

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ruled that criticism of blasphemy laws does not amount to blasphemy.

Unfit plane caused 2003 Pakistan Air Chief fatal crash

A Pakistani parliamentary body has been told that the aircraft carrying Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir crashed in 2003 as it was not fit to fly.

Pakistan rejects accusations of involvement in Kunduz attack

Afghan security forces patrol in Kunduz city after Taliban attack (Photo: AP)

Afghan army alleges that Pakistan's military were involved in Taliban's brief capture of

Pakistani court upholds death sentence in blasphemy killing

(Photo: AFP)

Under blasphemy law, anyone who insults Islam can be sentenced to death

Pak army rejects Taliban's claim of killing its spy

Pakistan army spokesperson Lt Gen Asim Bajwa. (Photo: AFP)

The militants were shown hanging a man who identified himself as Pak spy

Petition in Pakistan Supreme Court against PM’s English address

Nawaz Sharif (Photo: PTI)

A contempt of court plea was filed on Monday in the Supreme Court of Pakistan against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for addressing the United Nations General Assembly in English.

Pervez Musharraf rejects Seigel’s claims on threat to Benazir


Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf has rejected the claim of American lobbyist Mark Siegel that former premier Benazir Bhutto received threatening phone calls from him in 2007.

‘Imran Khan’s party is funded by Jewish, Indian lobbies’

Imran Khan led Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) has been receiving funds from Jewish and Indian lobbies for furthering their agendas, one of the founding members of the party alleged.

Pakistan: Kasuri to launch his book in India

Former Pakistan former foreign minister Mian Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri will launch his book in New Delhi on October 7 where former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh will be guest of honour.

Free trade deals have always generated controversies. Its ardent advocates see it as the panacea to the world’s most pressing problems. Its critics argue that free trade is not fair trade.

The unnecessary controversy about renaming Aurangzeb Road in New Delhi as Dr A.P.J.