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Did not fire single shot across LoC: Pakistan

Pakistan said Tuesday it did not fire a single shot across the Line of Control as alleged by India.

Christian in Pakistan charged with blasphemy

A Pakistani Christian teen has been charged with blasphemy over a derogatory picture of Islam’s holiest place, police said on Tuesday.

‘India blaming Pak to hide J&K rights violation’

Pakistan on Monday alleged India was misusing the Uri attack to deflect attention from the situation in the Indian-administrated Kashmir.

Pakistan to table Hindu Marriage Bill

After decades of delay and inaction, Pakistan government is expected to table the much-debated Hindu Marriage Bill at the next session of Parliament later this month, a media report said on Sunday.

Pak poll panel soon to decide Nawaz Sharif’s fate

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has set September 28 as the next hearing date to decide the fate of various petitions seeking disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Punjab Chief Mi

Nawaz Sharif vows to raise Kashmir issue at UNGA

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: AFP)

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that he would highlight the Kashmir issue at the upcoming session of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.

Pakistan building new Nuclear-site 30 km from Islamabad?

Pakistan, estimated to have the world’s fastest-growing nuclear stockpile, could be building a new uranium enrichment complex according to commercial satellite imagery analysed by western defence expe

Pakistan to print Guru Granth Sahib for Sikh yatras

Pakistan will start printing Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhs, to prevent its desecration during the Sikh pilgrimage in the country, a top body which looks after minorities’ holy places said

Pakistan and Russia to hold first drills

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Photo: AFP)

Pakistan and Russia are set to hold their first-ever joint military exercises later this year, media reported on Monday, reflecting increased military cooperation between the two former Cold War rival

Afghans in Pakistan get govt breather

Pakistan extended the stay of about three million Afghan refugees by one year on Friday.

Just days after the legendary abolition of Nepal’s monarchy, this writer went on a cloak-and-dagger ride out of Kathmandu.

The theatre of the absurd is back. Edward Albee, 88, the master of absurd theatre, died last week.