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Pak turns to China over US drone strikes

Pakistan is once again banking on its most-trusted friend, China, for help to save it from unending US dronestrikes and to support Islamabad’s case before the world, official sources said.

Pakistan fails to seal F-16 deal after financing row

Pakistan seems to have failed to seal the $700 million deal for the purchase of eight F-16 fighter jets from the US following a row between the two countries over their financing, a media report said

Pakistan can target New Delhi from Kahuta in 5 minutes: nuclear scientist

 Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan. Khan has claimed that Pakistan had the ability to conduct a nuclear test in 1984

Dr Khan claimed that Pak had the ability to conduct a nuclear test in 1984 but President General Zia Haq 'opposed the move'.

Iran does not prefer India over Pak: Envoy

Iranian ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost on Friday said his country did not prefer India over Pakistan.

Pakistan confirms Mullah Akhter Mansour death, deletes fake IDs

Pakistan on Thursday confirmed the death of the Afghan Taliban leader, Mullah Akhter Mansour in a drone strike on May 21 but said the dialogue was still the most viable option.

Husbands can ‘lightly’ beat wives: Pak body

Pakistan’s top Islamic body on Thursday said a husband is allowed by the religion to beat a defying wife.

‘US drone attack will strain bilateral ties’

Raheel Sharif. (Photo: AFP/File)

Pakistan Army Chief Raheel Sharif on Wednesday said the US drone attacks were detrimental to Pak-US relations.

Mullah Mansour used Pak passport to travel

Mullah Mansour (Photo: AP)

Islamabad refuses to confirm Taliban chief’s death, says US justification is ‘against international law’

Pakistan seeks top award for Bangla Jamaat men

Pakistan’s Punjab provincial assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution seeking conferment of the country’s highest civil award, the Nishan-e-Pakistan, on Bangladeshi leaders who were executed for collab

Drone attack killing Mullah Mansour bad for ties with US: Pak army chief

Pakistan army chief Raheel Sharif told this to US Ambassador David Hale who visited the military's General Headquarters

It is for the first time that army has spoken on the issue.

The tragic murder of a student from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Masunda Kitada Oliver, on a street in Delhi by three Indian men is a reminder of a malaise in our national psyche — colour bias an

India needs to catch up in creating memorials and museums dedicated to events that have had a huge impact on us.