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Pathankot attack: Pakistanfor more leads, probe hits dead end

Pakistan’s investigation into the Pathankot terror attack has made “no headway” and it will seek more evidence from India to move forward, a source privy to the developments said on Monday, days after

Need more leads on Pathankot attack, says Pak as probe heads nowhere

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. (Photo: PTI)

Pakistan puts onus on India for fresh evidence, writes to foreign ministry.

Nawaz Sharif: Pathankot report to be made public

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif listens during a debate hosted by the Associated Press. (Photo: AP)

Pakistan Prime Minister admits terrorist attack on Pathankot airbase hurt talks with India

Pathankot probe: Our responsibility to find if Pak soil was used, says Sharif

 Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: PTI)

Sharif vowed that Pakistan would go to any length to uncover the alleged use of its soil in the January 2 attack.

Pak advised to 'not bend' while pursuing normalisation with India

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Former defence secretary retired Lt Gen Asif Yasin Malik called for ‘open and extensive’ debate within Pak on its relations with India.

Virat Kohli's Pakistani fan faces 10-yr jail for hoisting tri-colour

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Kohli's fan was arrested on January 26 when India beat Australia in a T20 match and Kohli scored 90 runs.

Virat Kohli’s fan arrested in Pakistan for hoisting tri-colour

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The fan said he had no idea that he committed a crime and urged authorities to pardon him.

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah killed in drone strike

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TTP dismissed the reports saying that their chief was still alive.

Mr Musclemania’s dilemma: Abandon passion, or Pak?


Salman Ahmed was alone in the crowd when he became the first Pakistani to win the Musclemania world bodybuilding title in Las Vegas last year, unable to afford an entourage of managers, coaches, promo

3 al-Qaeda terrorists killed in shootout in Pak's Punjab

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Punjab police launched a search operation in different districts of the province including Lahore and arrested more than 200 suspects.

There is a celebratory air about the recent elections in West Bengal, Assam and Tamil Nadu that is intriguing. The celebration is at two levels.

Critic Martin Esslin had coined the term “Theatre of the Absurd” in 1960 to describe the plays written after the Second World War, which were totally unconventional and left people who came to watch t