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Three Pakistani police killed in raid targeting Taliban

27 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Militants killed three police officers and wounded several more on Wednesday in a botched police operation on a Pakistani Taliban hideout in the northwestern city of Peshawar, police and residents said...

Libyan Military Denies Entry to Iranians, Yemenis, Pakistanis

The Supreme Commander of the Libyan Armed Forces issued a decree on Tuesday prohibiting access to the war-hit North African country to citizens of Iran, Yemen and Pakistan, on top of other nationals, citing security concerns.

U.S. drone kills six suspected militants in Pakistan

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A unmanned U.S. drone aircraft killed at least six suspected militants and wounded four others on Tuesday in a remote area of northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border, officials said.

U.S. Should Stop Reinforcing Pakistan's Delusions

Susan Rice, the U.S. national security advisor, apparently traveled to Pakistan on Sunday August 30 to tell Pakistani officials that operations of militant jihadi groups like the Haqqani network from Pakistani soil were "absolutely unacceptable" to Americans. Show More Summary

Pakistan suspects U.S. illegally cut down trees in its capital

20 hours agoNews : BlogPost

In Pakistan’s capital, government leaders and local residents often boast of living in one of the world’s “greenest” cities. Islamabad, built in the 1960s as a planned paradise for Pakistan’s governing elite, sits at the base of the lush Margalla Hills in the Himalayan foothills. Despite a population of about a half-million residents, nearly every […]

Pakistan suspects U.S. illegally cut down trees in its capital

20 hours agoNews : BlogPost

In Pakistan’s capital, government leaders and local residents often boast of living in one of the world’s “greenest” cities. Islamabad, built in the 1960s as a planned paradise for Pakistan’s governing elite, sits at the base of the lush Margalla Hills in the Himalayan foothills. Despite a population of about a half-million residents, nearly every […]

Mobilink Introduces Hajj Roaming Offer

Mobilink has announced a convenient international roaming offer for its Postpaid and Prepaid subscribers performing the holy ritual of Hajj. The offer gives hajis an opportunity to connect with their loved ones back in Pakistan by availing up to 90% discount on international roaming through Saudi Arabia’s Zain Network. Show More Summary

Russia-Pakistan Deal on North-South Gas Pipeline Ready for Signing

An agreement between Russia and Pakistan on the North-South gas pipeline is ready for signing, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.

India to Benefit From China-Pakistan Economic Corridor – Ambassador

India will benefit from the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) despite any political disputes, Ambassador of Pakistan to Russia Zaheer Janjua told Sputnik.

Three killed, dozens wounded, in suicide attack on Pakistan forces

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A suicide bomber on Tuesday killed at least three people and wounded dozens in Pakistan's volatile northwest where security forces are fighting the Taliban and their allies, officials said.

How Pakistan Negotiates With Balochistan

Disclaimer: The title of this article has been inspired by the remarkable book How Pakistan Negotiates With the United States by Ambassadors Teresita C. Schaffer and Howard B. Schaffer. Pakistan has a distinct way of dealing with different countries and it also applies divergent methods while tackling internal conflicts and crises. Show More Summary

Pakistan Prime Minister to Visit Washington in October to Discuss Security

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will visit US President Barack Obama in Washington in October, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters on Monday.

Pakistan’s embattled comedians spin troubles into punchlines

yesterdayReligion : FaithWorld

The crowd exploded into laughter as Pakistani comedian Shehzad Ghias Shaikh threw them his final punchline, gripping the microphone as he roasted the dating app Tindr and traditional South Asian family matchmaking.

India Unlikely to Enter Nuclear Arms Race With Pakistan

The possibility of a nuclear arms race between India and Pakistan is highly unlikely even if Pakistan decides to enlarge its own nuclear arsenal significantly in the coming decades, experts and authors of the recent report on Pakistan’s nuclear program told Sputnik on Monday.

Freethought Group Forms in Pakistan, a Country Where Blasphemy is Still a Crime

With all the atheists who have been murdered in nearby India and Bangladesh recently, it's quite the act of courage to publicly announce that you're setting up a freethought center in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, a country where blasphemy is still a crime. But that's what some brave atheists have done:

Media Fear Pakistan Moving Toward Having Third Biggest Nuclear Stockpile

A paper released by two American think tanks titled “A Normal Nuclear Pakistan” suggests that Pakistan could have the third-biggest nuclear accumulation within a decade and could result in the production of 20 nuclear warheads annua...

Russian Energy Minister May Visit Pakistan to Sign Gas Pipeline Deal

RT Global Resources, a subsidiary of Russia's state technologies corporation Rostec and Pakistani Inter State Gas System (ISGS) announced a project to build Pakistan's oil and gas infrastructure in December 2014. The project includes the construction of liquefied natural gas terminals as well as the North-South gas pipeline in Pakistan.

Who is Secular in Pakistan?

In my article a few days ago, I tried to make a normative case for secularism in Muslim countries. I argued that given the rise of Islamic fundamentalism and growing sectarianism, there is a case of secularism in Muslim countries. AShow More Summary

Pakistani official says Haqqani militants weakened, despite US concern

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's foreign policy chief responded to U.S. concerns that the country remains a haven for the feared Haqqani network, saying on Monday that the militants have been weakened by an army offensive and now operate mostly out of Afghanistan.

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