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Indian passengers of Samjhauta Express cross Wagah border on foot

Samjhauta Express (Photo: AP/File)

86 passengers including 25 women and 10 children crossed the border on foot

Nawaz Sharif made $60 million from trade with India: Imran Khan

Pakistan Opposition leader Imran Khan has accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of making $60 million through the sugar trade with India in 1990s, a charge rejected by the Premier who said that he will

Relieved Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif sign for Pakistan's major team

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Butt and Asif are undergoing a rehabilitation programme under the Pakistan Cricket Board...

Pakistan, India should live like good neighbours: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: PTI)

Sharif said his government would get another term

‘Democracy under threat in Pakistan’

Warning of a “serious” threat to democracy in Pakistan, a prominent human rights group in the country on Monday said that there appears to be a “clear plan” to project the role of the powerful militar

PCB chief Shaharyar Khan optimistic about proposed Indo-Pak series

Shaharyar Khan

Pakistan’s cricket chief said he was optimistic about a proposed series with arch-rival India as officials from the two countries prepare to meet in Dubai next month.

Sisters shot dead by brother in honour killing case in Pakistan

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Umar Hayat suspected that his sisters had relations with their locality men

Hafiz Saeed criticises Pakistan for not supporting Kashmiris fully

Banned terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa's (JuD) chief, Hafiz Saeed (Photo: AFP/File)

Pak government is not only providing security to Saeed but also to his public meetings

Stop pushing India for series, Shahid Afridi tells PCB

Shahid Afridi

Pakistan T20 captain Shahid Afridi said he wants his country’s cricket board to stop pushing for a series against India and concentrate more on persuading other teams to tour Pakistan.

My word! Are we touchy... or are we touchy? Our skins are getting thinner and thinner by the day.

Even in the most avowed democracies, wars, terrorism, insurgencies and natural calamities ensure the relevance and respect of the defence forces and their veterans.