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Stop India From Interfering In Pakistan, UN told

Stop India From Interfering In Pakistan, UN told

Islamabad, Jan 6. Pakistan on Friday asked the UN to restrain India from interfering in Pakistan’s internal affairs and from activities aimed at destabilizing the country. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to…

Pakistan Has Successfully Defeated Terrorism: Gen. Bajwa

Pakistan Has Successfully Defeated Terrorism: Gen. Bajwa

The Pakistani Army chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, said on Thursday the country had successfully defeated terrorism and was now in a consolidation phase. Gen Bajwa was visiting the Bahadur…

Pakistan Honors Nobel Winner In Physics 37 Years Late, But His Religion Still Stirs Anger

In most countries, it would hardly require an act of courage for the government to rename a university science center after a native-born Nobel Prize-winning physicist who died two decades…

Trump Offers To Help Pakistan, Calls PM Sharif A ‘Terrific Guy’

U.S. president-elect Donald Trump offered to help solve Pakistan’s problems and praised Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as a “terrific guy” in the first call between the two men, the Pakistani…

Senior Pakistan Official Sartaj Aziz Says To Visit ndia, Hints At Detente

Senior Pakistan Official Sartaj Aziz Says To Visit ndia, Hints At Detente

Pakistan’s top foreign policy official said on Tuesday he plans to attend the Heart of Asia conference in India and suggested the visit could be used to “defuse the tension”…

India’s Bollywood Pratfall

India’s Bollywood Pratfall

In its long-running battle with neighboring Pakistan, India’s in danger once again of shooting itself in the foot. Over the weekend, the Indian government waded into a cultural war between…

India-Pakistan ties hit new low over ‘spying’ allegations, ‘tit for tat’ moves

India-Pakistan ties hit new low over ‘spying’ allegations, ‘tit for tat’ moves

India-Pakistan relations tumbled to a new low as Islamabad on Thursday named eight Indian High Commission officials for alleged spying, which India rejected as “baseless and unsubstantiated” and as part…

Diplomatic spat between India and Pakistan worsens amid border tensions

Diplomatic spat between India and Pakistan worsens amid border tensions

Pakistan may expel five Indian diplomats for espionage and has revealed their names, local media said on Wednesday, a move sure to exacerbate a rift between the nuclear-armed South Asian…