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Pakistan police arrest Christian labourer for blasphemy

Critics, including European governments, say Pakistan's blasphemy laws are often misused to settle personal scores. (Photo: AFP)

Pervaiz Masih was sent to judicial remand for passing derogatory remarks against prophet...

Pakistan: 4 held for allowing man to take PIA flight sans visa

Four officials of Pakistan’s national carrier have been arrested and as many suspended from service for allegedly facilitating a passenger to take a PIA flight to Canada without a visa.

20 LeJ men, 4 cops held for killing Pakistan minister

Pakistani authorities have arrested around 20 members of Lashkar-e-Jhanghvi and four cops with alleged links to the banned outfit in connection with Punjab home minister Shuja Khanzada’s assassination

Pakistan hopes India talks will help cricket revival

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India halted bilateral sports with Pakistan in the wake of terrorist attacks on Mumbai in 2008, which New Delhi blamed on militants based across the border

Death toll in Pakistan's Attock suicide attack rises to 20

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Two suicide-bombers took part in the attack: Inspector General of Punjab Police

Pakistan court: No judicial panel in child abuse case

Pakistan’s judiciary has rejected a request by the Punjab government to form a judicial commission to probe the country’s biggest child abuse scandal involving nearly 300 children, citing the ongoing

Hafiz Saeed seeks Phantom ban in Pakistan

Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed (Photo: AP/File)

JuD chief and Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has filed a plea in a court here, seeking ban on the release of Bollywood movie Phantom in Pakistan, alleging that the film, set on post-26/11 attack

Pakistan is unlikely to re-challenge Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhavi bail

Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhavi (Photo: PTI)

Pakistan may not re-challenge the bail to Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, a senior official said on Monday citing the government’s “own weakness” for not seeking bail revocation, even

Court issues arrest warrant for Meera

Pakistani Actress Meera

A Pakistani court on Friday issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against controversial actress Meera, who has also worked in Indian films, over her “illegal and un Islamic marriage”.

The unnecessary controversy about renaming Aurangzeb Road in New Delhi as Dr A.P.J.

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.