LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistani police killed the leader of the sectarian militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, his two sons and 11 others on Wednesday during a shootout after gunmen attacked a police convoy and freed him as he was being moved, police said.
An apparent Islamic State recruitment document found in Pakistan’s lawless tribal lands reveals that the extremist group has grand ambitions of building a new terrorist army in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and triggering a war in India to provoke an Armageddon-like “end of the world.” The only way to do that is to go nuclear. Show More Summary
During my stay in USA, several of my American friends brought up the subject of drone attacks. Cornell is a very liberal school and consequently whenever the topic was broached; it was to condemn the drone attacks and equate these to US hegemony as well as insensitivity. Show More Summary
Pakistan is dropping English as its official language and switching to Urdu, a popular language in the Indian subcontinent. The long-rumored change was confirmed by Pakistani Minister of Planning, National Reforms, and Development Ahsan Iqbal in an exclusive interview with TIME. Iqbal said the change was being made because of a court directive. The Pakistani…
DINANAGAR, India (Reuters) - Three gunmen who fought a 12-hour battle on Monday near the Pakistan border were Muslim, the Punjab police chief said on Tuesday, contradicting speculation that the attack may have been carried out by Sikh separatists.
Americas The Air Force has quashed Boeing’s hopes of selling refurbished A-10s to international customers, following the floating of the idea in May. With the House protecting the A-10 from comprehensive retirement for another year, the Air Force is planning to mothball outgoing A-10s, thereby saving a reported $4.2 billion in sustainment over a five […]
It looks like the banhammer is being wielded again, and this time around it is Pakistan who is the “culprit”. Apparently, Pakistan has banned both BlackBerry messaging and e-mail, citing “security reasons” as the catalyst for this government...Show More Summary
The Pakistani government asked the country's three main ISPs to stop all BlackBerry Enterprise Server communications by November 30, 2015.
Move is part of government effort to expand monitoring of communications.
At least 10 people killed in district near border with Pakistan after three attackers storm bus and police station.
The PCB chief shares his thoughts on relations with India, future of cricket in Pakistan and the IPL corruption.
Anurag Thakur, the BCCI secretary, has said that any bilateral series between India and Pakistan was unlikely until the political relationship between the two countries was stable
The Pakistan Super League (PSL), a franchise-based T20 tournament due for its first season in 2016, is in doubt according to PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan
The southwesterly monsoon springs back into life bringing torrential downpours Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The attack took place in a small town near India's border with Pakistan
Pakistan is about to shut down access to BlackBerryR […]
Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that authorities have tightened control on the border with Pakistan after a terrorist attack.
Zaheer Abbas, the ICC's new president has said that he will try and convince other member countries to resume tours to Pakistan and is hopeful Sri Lanka will also tour the country
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India tightened security on the border with Pakistan on Monday after heavily armed men stormed a police station in the northern frontier state of Punjab, killing six people and wounding several others.
Remember the days when governments were threatening to cut off BlackBerry's secure email because they couldn't spy on your messages? They're back. Pakistan's Telecommunication Authority has ordered local carriers to shut off BlackBerry...Show More Summary