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Pakistan’s security forces foil terror plot

The bombers were arrested from Sarai Naurang area of Lakki Marwat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa bordering North Waziristan Agency.

Paper clip: Parasite that killed UK birds seen in mynas in Pakistan

The authors of the research screened 167 mynas captured from eight locations in Pakistan’s Faisalabad district, and found 20% of the birds to be infected. The birds that tested positive to the parasite were spread across all eight locations.

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Indian Sikh pilgrim goes missing in Pakistan

He had arrived in Pakistan along with other Sikh pilgrims to celebrate Baisakhi festival on April 12.

‘Peace is the way forward’ is the message as Hasan Ali, Azhar Ali meet Indian soldiers at Wagah border

Pakistan medium-pacer Hasan Ali and batsman Azhar Ali met Indian soldiers at the Wagah border in a bid to promote peace and harmony between the neighboring countries

Pakistan successfully test fires enhanced version of Babur cruise missile

‘Babur Weapon System-1 (B)’ incorporates advanced aerodynamics and avionics that can strike targets both at land and sea with high accuracy, the army said in a statement.

Pakistan Speaker asks interior ministry to act against those who hurt Hindus' sentiments

Act against those who hurt Hindus’ religious sentiments: Pakistan Speaker to Interior Minister

The directive came yesterday after a picture of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan depicted as a Hindu god was doing the rounds on social media.

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Pregnant Pakistani singer shot dead for refusing to stand while singing

The singer’s husband revealed that she was six months pregnant and demanded that a case of double murder should be filed against the accused.

Chinese workers who clashes with police in Pakistan's Khanewal deported

Chinese workers who clashed with police in Pakistan’s Khanewal deported

Five Chinese nationals, who had clashed with a team of police personnel deployed for their security in Pakistan’s Khanewal last week, were deported to their country on Tuesday.

Terrorism is worsening relations with US, India: Former Pakistani envoy to US

In an effort to mend the damage caused by FATF’s grey listing, Pakistan’s government reportedly initiated the procedures for drafting a bill that shall aim to ban terrorist organisations like Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa.

Pakistan decides to get tough on UN-banned outfits

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain promulgates ordinances to implement economic reforms

Under the ordinances, people will be free to declare value of their assets at their will and dollar account holders will be free to keep their accounts abroad, but just declare them and pay five per cent tax. Foreign liquid assets held abroad can be declared at five per cent payment.

Pakistan’s economy set to surpass last year’s decade-high growth: State Bank of Pakistan

Pakistan may attract maximum remittances of USD 20.5 billion from overseas workers in FY18 that would be slightly lower than the target of USD 20.7 billion. At the same time, exports may also surpass the target of USD 23.1 billion to a maximum of USD 24.6 billion.

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Country-wide IAF exercise to prepare for two-front threat posed by China, Pakistan

The exercise will be conducted in two separate phases for western and northern borders across India and deep over the Indian waters. More than 15,000 IAF personnel, including 300 officers, will move from their bases during the exercise.

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Pakistani prime minister in Afghanistan to ease tensions

Pakistan has been under pressure from Kabul and Washington to stop offering safe havens to militants blamed for attacks in Afghanistan, a charge Islamabad denies.

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Manipur Governor slams Pakistani Foreign Minister for Salman Khan remark

Najma Heptulla told newsmen at Raj Bhavan in Imphal that in this country, individuals irrespective of religion, caste and creed, are punished on the basis of the crimes committed by them and there is no segregation based on “minority” or “majority” as claimed by the Pakistan minister.

Pakistan High Court disqualifies foreign minister Khawaja Asif

India trying to resolve Kashmir through barrel of gun, says Pakistani Foreign Minister

“The massacre carried out by the Indian occupation forces is totally unacceptable and should be unequivocally condemned by the international community and human rights community around the world,” Khawaja Asif said.