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Treat India, Pakistan equally for NSG: Islamabad

Pakistan on Thursday asked the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) member countries to treat Pakistan and India equally.

Amjad Sabri laid to rest, mourners crowd streets for funeral


Pakistani mourners gather around an ambulance carrying the coffin of Sufi musician Amjad Sabri during his funeral in Karachi. (Photo: AFP)

US support to India’s NSG bid a greater design: Pakistan

Pakistan’s national security adviser Nasser Janjua has alleged that America’s efforts to include India in the Nuclear Suppliers Group was part of a “greater design” to contain China and prevent the re

Selfies with model takes away job from Pakistani cleric

Qandeel Baloch with Mufti Abdul Qavi

A well-known Pakistani cleric was on Wednesday removed from an official assignment after snapping selfies with a liberal model.

India always tried for ‘hegemony’ in South Asia, says Sartaj Aziz

India always tried to maintain its “hegemony” in the South Asia region and Pakistan has rejected this while “effectively” protecting its interests, Prime Minister’s advisor on foreign affairs Sartaj A

Valid papers vital to enter Pakistan, says Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan said on Sunday that no one from Afghanistan will be allowed to cross into Pakistan without valid documents.

Pakistan-Afghanistan border reopens after six days

Pakistan-Afghanistan border was on Saturday opened for travellers after six days of tensions and curfew owing to deadly clashes between the two countries following the construction of a gate on the Pa

Pregnant woman and husband gunned down in Pakistan honour killing

It was the latest in a string of "honour" killings, which are thought to claim around 1,000 lives every year in Pakistan.

Aqsa was expecting a child, though it was not immediately clear how many months' pregnant she was.

Torkham border: Islamabad-Kabul talks fail

A second round of talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan failed on Friday to ease border tension over construction of a gate along the Torkham border.

Apex court restores PPP legislator’s death sentence

Abid Raza

Pakistan’s Supreme Court restored the death sentence of a ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) legislator in a multiple murder case, years after he reached an agreement with the deceased’s family.

Reform has become the new buzzword. It’s not merely a cliché.

Sometimes in the annals of history, a place evokes more emotions than the mere idea of territory.