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2 military men killed in Karachi

At least two Pakistani soldiers were killed on Tuesday after gunmen fired on their vehicle near Parking Plaza in Karachi’s Saddar area.

Pakistan declares Afghan refugees as security risk

Pakistan defence minister Khawaja Mohamed Asif on Monday said presence of Afghan refugees in Pakistan was a security risk.

India can’t decide future of Kashmiris: Pakistan

Pakistan's foreign affairs adviser to Prime Minister Sartaj Aziz addresses a news conference in Islamabad. (Photo: PTI)

Pakistan on Sunday said that India had no right to decide the future of Kashmir.

Raja Farooq Haider likely to become PoK leader

Raja Farooq Haider

Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) is likely to appoint Raja Farooq Haider as the Prime Minister in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir after the party’s victory in the recent polls.

Pak no longer eligible for US diversity visa

Pakistanis are no longer eligible for the diversity visa, which is a special immigration application that allowed families from countries with low rates of immigration into the US to qualify for the m

Qandeel Baloch’s cousin ‘took part in her murder’

Waseem Baloch

Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch’s cousin was also involved in her murder along with her brother, police investigations revealed.

Censorship fear as Pak stops airing extremists

When Hafiz Saeed, a Pakistani Islamist wanted in the United States and India, led a kilometre-and-a-half long caravan of supporters on an anti-India protest march across Pakistan to the capital this w

Pak PM Sharif’s party sweeps PoK elections

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said Kashmir will be part of Pakistan one day.

‘My son should be shot,’ says Qandeel Baloch’s heartbroken father

“She was my son, not a daughter. I have lost my son. She supported all of us, including my son who killed her,” Qandeels father

Azeem said his sons were unhappy over Qandeel's 'achievements' and turned against her even though she supported them.

Pakistan set to move United Nations against India

Pakistan will approach the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to send a fact-finding mission to Kashmir to investigate the slaughter of civilians and impose a ban on the use of pellet guns for

On July 13, as the Northeast Democratic Alliance met in Guwahati, the Supreme Court redefined the constitutional role and responsibilities of a governor by declaring unconstitutional the governor’s di

With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) constitutional amendment again in doubt in the Rajya Sabha, the process for what has been labelled the “most ambitious tax reform” in Indian history remains stall