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Pakistani teachers get gun training after Peshawar massacre

Pakistan has already strengthened the security for schools across the country.


Meanwhile, China welcomes Pak Army chief who claims India ‘subverts’ via Afghanistan

China called Pakistan an “irreplaceable” all-weather friend and pledged full support to it.


Pakistan cricketers refuse to sign new PCB contracts

According to ‘Express’ newspaper, players declined to sign extended contracts after a meeting in NZ.


Militant attack leaves 80 percent of Pakistan without electricity

By mid-morning Sunday, officials said power had been restored to roughly half this country of 180 million people.


Bookies handled transactions from Dubai, Pakistan: Oshiwara Police

‘Three men, who were held on Friday, worked for a bookie who had international links’


Not everyone in Pakistan is a terrorist: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh said President Barack Obama too does not want Pakistan to become a terror hub.

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BSF, Pak Rangers exchange gunfire in Samba sector

“The firing continued intermittently for a brief period at 11 PM last night”, a senior BSF official said.


Facing Obama push to talk to Pakistan, New Delhi sees ‘Lashkar ban’ as bait

The step was taken after pressure heaped on the country to stop making a distinction between good and bad militants.


Pakistan replace injured Junaid Khan with Bilawal Bhatti in World Cup squad

The PCB said Junaid has been advised rest for at least two weeks to make a complete recovery from a hamstring injury.


Eye of the Beholder

Through her latest project, award-winning filmmaker Hemal Trivedi presents the divide between extremism and poverty in Pakistan.

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US drone attack kills six militants in Pakistan

Pakistan army launched a military operation in the region on June 15 and so far have killed more than 1,600 militants.


Afghan officials say 5 arrested for Pakistan school massacre

They say the men were all arrested in recent weeks near Afghanistan’s eastern border with Pakistan.


Charlie Hebdo attack: Muslims protest weekly’s prophet cartoon; 4 killed in Niger

Supporters say the cartoon on the cover of Charlie Hebdo is a defiant expression of free speech.


PCB tells Pakistan players: No discussion on religion or Indo-Pak relations during World Cup

PCB made it clear that no sort of violation of the code of conduct would be tolerated in World Cup.

APTOPIX France Attacks Charlie Hebdo

Press photographer shot during protest against Charlie Hebdo cartoons in Karachi

The clashes broke out Friday afternoon when the protesters started heading toward the French consulate.