There has been a sharp increase in Pakistan’s vicious information war campaign against India. An analysis would reveal three triggers.
A Pakistani court approved the relocation of a lonely and mistreated elephant to Cambodia on Saturday after the pachyderm became the subject of a high-profile rights campaign backed by music star Cher.
Pakistanis should celebrate the upcoming Eid festival with “simplicity” to prevent a spike in new coronavirus cases, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Friday.
The Security Council on Wednesday condemned Monday’s terrorist attack in Karachi, Pakistan, which resulted in several deaths.
At least six people were killed when gunmen attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi on Monday, with a policeman among the dead after the assailants opened fire and hurled a grenade at the trading floor, police said.
India protests over the destruction of Indian-Buddhist heritage in the region.
He blames the United States for destabilising the Afghanistan-Pakistan region and justifies the Taliban militancy as a reaction to an imperialist invasion.
The Resistance Front (TRF) is the product of one of the several efforts, often repeated over the past two decades by Rawalpindi, to give terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) an “indigenous” face and to provide Pakistan’s deep state an alibi.
Even Imran Khan didn’t realise how deeply vested the interests of the army are in the matters of the state when he decided to move his crusade against corruption to the next level.
Pakistan’s planning minister warned Sunday that the number of coronavirus cases in the country could double by the end of June and peak at more than a million infections just a month later.
The World Health Organisation has told Pakistan it should implement “intermittent” lockdowns to counter a surge in coronavirus infections that has come as the country loosens restrictions, officials said.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Pakistan rose to 103,671 with 2,067 deaths, according to the data updated by the country’s health ministry on Monday morning.
Khan announces his gov’t would end several months of coronavirus restrictions.
Two officials at Pakistan’s High Commission in New Delhi were being expelled for “espionage activities”, India’s foreign ministry said late Sunday, allegations its nuclear-armed rival called “baseless”.
One of the two people to survive a plane crash in Pakistan describes the last moments.
An inquiry is launched into Friday’s plane crash that left 97 people killed in Pakistan.
Pakistanis on Saturday celebrated the country’s first day of the holy month of Ramadan by flocking to mosques and markets, ignoring advice to stay home as coronavirus cases rise.
The government of Pakistan has extended the suspension of all domestic and international flight operations till April 30, a statement from the country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said Saturday.
Cricketers involved in match fixing should be hanged, former Pakistan batting great Javed Miandad suggested Friday.
Pakistan has quarantined 20,000 worshippers and is still searching for tens of thousands more who attended an Islamic gathering in Lahore last month despite the worsening coronavirus pandemic, officials said Sunday.
Pakistani authorities are searching for tens of thousands of worshippers who attended an Islamic gathering in Lahore last month just as the novel coronavirus was taking root in the impoverished nation, officials told AFP on Saturday.
Pakistan cannot afford to implement the type of large-scale urban lockdowns the West is undertaking as it tries to slow the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Tuesday.
Imran Khan insists that his country is no longer a militant safe haven.
The alleged mastermind of a deadly attack on India’s financial capital over a decade ago has been jailed in Pakistan for nearly six years on separate terror charges, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Prime Minister Imran Khan may seem to be United States (US) President Donald Trump’s new best friend, or at least one of his good friends, but, contrary to the optics, relations between the countries haven’t changed substantively.
It is clear that the Bharatiya Janata Party government believes that cross-border use of force is the “new normal” in dealing with terrorism emanating from Pakistan.
Pakistan thanked Sri Lankan Monday for helping them bring Test cricket back to the country for the first time since the 2009 attack on the same visitors led to international matches being suspended.
Pakistan grabbed three early wickets pressing for a series-win Sunday in the second Test against Sri Lanka after home captain Azhar Ali hit a return-to-form century in Karachi.
Exiled former Pakistan military leader Pervez Musharraf dismissed the unprecedented treason conviction and death sentence handed to him earlier this week, saying the ruling was the result of a “personal vendetta”.
Pakistan’s military slammed the death sentence for treason handed down to former leader Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday, saying in a statement that the armed forces were in “pain and anguish” over the decision.