• Blast hits Pakistan's Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sufi shrine - Aljazeera.com

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    Blast hits Pakistan's Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sufi shrine
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    At least 75 dead, including children and women, as ISIL claims blast at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sufi shrine in Sindh. 16 Feb 2017 22:23 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. The explosion went off at the Sufi shrine of Lal Shahbaz ...
    Blast rips through shrine in Pakistan, 100 deadTimes of India
    Over 70 killed, 150 wounded in suicide blast at Pakistan's Sufi shrine, Islamic State claims res
  • Resetting ties: Pakistan may appoint new India envoy - Times of India

    Resetting ties: Pakistan may appoint new India envoy
    Times of India
    NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan are likely to press the reset button in bilateral relations with Islamabad looking to appoint a new high commissioner to India, top diplomatic sources said. Pakistan's high commissioner to India Abdul Basit will complete ...and more »
  • Banned Pakistan Super League cricketers to be formally charged with spot-fixing - Stuff.co.nz

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    Banned Pakistan Super League cricketers to be formally charged with spot-fixing
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    Sharjeel Khan has been provisionally banned from cricket owing to an anti-corruption investigation into the Pakistan Super League. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan has announced that suspended cricketers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif ...
    Pakistan vow to host PSL final despite Lahore blastSAMAA TV
    Karachi mayor appeals to PCB to hold PSL final in KarachiGeo News, Pakistanal
  • Read this now: ISIS strikes Pakistan | DeVos addresses educators | Monopoly ditches the thimble - CNBC

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    Read this now: ISIS strikes Pakistan | DeVos addresses educators | Monopoly ditches the thimble
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    Pakistani officials said an ISIS suicide bomber struck a famous shrine in Southern Pakistan, killing at least 75 people and injuring 200 more. Hundreds of worshipers were at the shrine at the time of the blast. The military is helping in the relief ...and more »
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  • Karachi hub of anti-India jihadists supported by Pakistan army: Report - Times of India

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    Karachi hub of anti-India jihadists supported by Pakistan army: Report
    Times of India
    NEW DELHI:The Pakistan port city of Karachi is a hub of anti-India jihadist groups and criminals who often enjoy the support of the Pakistani army, says a report released by the Brussels-based think tank, International Crisis Group. The report says ...
  • 'Perhaps Qamar Javed Bajwa wants Pakistan Army to learn from India' - The Indian Express

    The Indian Express
    'Perhaps Qamar Javed Bajwa wants Pakistan Army to learn from India'
    The Indian Express
    Pakistan's new Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is reported to have asked his officers to read a book on civil-military relations in India. Written by Sushant Singh | Published:February 17, 2017 12:39 am. Qamar Javed Bajwa, pakistan army, indian ...
    Nation's blood to be revenged immediately: COASGeo News, Pakistanall 24 news articles »
  • America Is Fast Running Out of Patience for Pakistan - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

    America Is Fast Running Out of Patience for Pakistan
    Wall Street Journal (subscription)
    Trump's counterterrorism agenda means Islamabad won't get away so easily anymore with harboring and helping terrorists. By. Sadanand Dhume. Sadanand Dhume. The Wall Street Journal. BiographySadanand Dhume. Feb. 16, 2017 2:08 p.m. ET.and more »
  • Pakistan Man Languishing in Jail after Marrying Indian - News18

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    Pakistan Man Languishing in Jail after Marrying Indian
    News18
    Dewas: A Pakistani man who had married an Indian girl is now languishing in a Madhya Pradesh jail due to the conflict between the proceedings followed by the embassies. Akbar, a Pakistani national, fell in love with Safiya on Facebook in 2012. He came ...
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  • Terror wave hits Pakistan: eight blasts in five days kill over 100 - The News International

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    Terror wave hits Pakistan: eight blasts in five days kill over 100
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    KARACHI: More than 100 people have lost their lives in recent wave of terror attack in Pakistan beginning from Lahore where senior police officials were targeted. The security forces that include police and armed forces, judges, media personnel and ...
    Picture released of suspected Lahore attack facilitatorGeo News, Pakistanall 40 news articles »
  • Bombings in southern Pakistan and Baghdad claimed by Islamic State kill more than 100 - WAtoday

    Bombings in southern Pakistan and Baghdad claimed by Islamic State kill more than 100
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    Karachi/Baghdad: Two bombings in Iraq and Pakistan claimed by the Islamic State have killed more than 100 people on Thursday. A suicide bomber attacked a crowded Sufi shrine in southern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least 72 people and wounding ...
  • Suicide bomb kills dozens in Pakistan – video report - The Guardian

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    Suicide bomb kills dozens in Pakistan – video report
    The Guardian
    A suicide bomber targeted crowds at the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan province, Pakistan on Thursday, killing dozens of people and injuring over 250. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack at the busy shrine. This latest bomb ...
  • Over 70 dead in IS bomb attack on Pakistan shrine - RTE.ie

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    Over 70 dead in IS bomb attack on Pakistan shrine
    RTE.ie
    The Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Pakistan which has left at least 72 dead. The bombing at a crowded Sufi shrine in southern Pakistan also left dozens wounded, according to local media. A police source ...
    Lahore blast: Pakistan announces Rs 1 million reward for info on suspectTimes of India
    Bombing at shrine in Pakistan kills dozensCourier Mail
    Pakistan hit by deadly suicide attac
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  • Pakistan women rugby team to make international debut - The Peninsula Qatar

    The Peninsula Qatar
    Pakistan women rugby team to make international debut
    The Peninsula Qatar
    In this photograph taken on January 18, 2017, Pakistani rugby players take part in a practice session in Lahore. (AFP / ARIF ALI). AFP. Lahore, Pakistan: Pakistan's women's rugby team will make their international debut at the Asian Women's Rugby ...and more »
  • Pakistan accuses India of trying to sabotage CPEC - Business Standard

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    Pakistan accuses India of trying to sabotage CPEC
    Business Standard
    Pakistan on Thursday accused India of trying to "sabotage" the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaraia said that India was openly opposing the CPEC that links China's Xinjiang region with ...
    Pakistan accuses India of endangering regional peaceThe Hindu
    The Indian government is trying to sabotage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, says IslamabadScro
  • Pakistan inducts 16 new JF-17 Thunder fighter jets to its air force - Hindustan Times

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    Pakistan inducts 16 new JF-17 Thunder fighter jets to its air force
    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan on Thursday inducted 16 new JF-17 Thunder jets to its air force, with the defence minister asserting that the country was ready to safeguard its borders against any aggression. The JF-17 Thunder jets were handed over to the Pakistan Air Force ...
    Pakistan adds 16 new fighter jets to its fleetgulfnews.com
    Pakistan capable of giving befitting response to any aggression: AsifGeo News, Pakis
  • Tesco tests waters in Pakistan with Alpha Supermarkets tie-up - Reuters UK

    Reuters UK
    Tesco tests waters in Pakistan with Alpha Supermarkets tie-up
    Reuters UK
    A billboard displayed at the Alpha Supermarket under which Tesco products will be stocked in Karachi, Pakistan, February 16, 2017. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro. 1/3. left. right. Employees check stock at the Alpha Supermarket under which Tesco products will ...and more »
  • India, Pakistan To Face Off In Yet Another Contest - NDTVSports.com

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    India, Pakistan To Face Off In Yet Another Contest
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    With the senior teams of India and Pakistan not seeing action against each other for extended periods of time, every other opportunity is being taken to try and make these two teams a feature for tournaments of all hue. The recent-most platform to see ...
    India to play Pakistan in Emerging Cup in BangladeshSportskeeda
    Pakistan, India cricket teams to lock horns in BangladeshDunyaNews Pakistanall 7 news articles&nbs
  • Pakistan most dangerous country for world: Former CIA official - Times of India

    Times of India
    Pakistan most dangerous country for world: Former CIA official
    Times of India
    WASHINGTON: Pakistan is probably the "most dangerous country" for the world, a former CIA official has said, citing the potential dangers emanating from its failing economy, rampant terrorism and one of the fastest growing nuclear arsenal. Kevin ...and more »
  • Six killed as Pakistan raids hideout of militants behind surge of attacks - The Hindu

    The Hindu
    Six killed as Pakistan raids hideout of militants behind surge of attacks
    The Hindu
    Pakistani police officers light candles to pay tribute to their colleagues who lost their lives in a deadly suicide attack, in Lahore, Pakistan, in this February 15, 2017 photo. Two suicide bombings in north-western Pakistan killed at least 6 people on ...
    CTD guns down six terrorists in KhanewalGeo News, Pakistanall 13 news articles »
  • India trails Pakistan as it slips to 143rd rank in economic freedom index: report - Livemint

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    India trails Pakistan as it slips to 143rd rank in economic freedom index: report
    Livemint
    India's overall score of 52.6 points is 3.6 points less than that of last year, when India ranked 123rd. Photo: Bloomberg. Washington: India ranked a dismal 143 in an annual index of economic freedom by a top American think tank, behind its several ...and more »
  • Pakistan doesn't care violence against women is spiralling out of control - DailyO

    DailyO
    Pakistan doesn't care violence against women is spiralling out of control
    DailyO
    Despite several laws in place, in the glaring absence of enforcements, there is no let up in the number of cases of violence against women in Pakistan. Most disturbingly, the current year seems to be particularly brutal, with more than a dozen honour ...and more »
  • Hafiz Saeed asks Pakistan government to immediately revoke his travel ban - Hindustan Times

    Hindustan Times
    Hafiz Saeed asks Pakistan government to immediately revoke his travel ban
    Hindustan Times
    Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the mastermind of 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack, speaks with media as he is escorted to his home where he will be under house arrest in Lahore, Pakistan January 30.(Reuters). Jamaat-ud Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed has asked the ...
    Hafiz Saeed Planning To Register JuD As A Political Party In PakistanTimes Nowall 38 news articles »
  • Pakistan began space programme 8 years before India, but ISRO is galaxies ahead now - Hindustan Times

    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan began space programme 8 years before India, but ISRO is galaxies ahead now
    Hindustan Times
    People watch as a rocket from space agency Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) takes off successfully to launch a record 104 satellites, including India's earth observation satellite on-board PSLV-C37 from the spaceport of Sriharikota on ...and more »
  • Pakistan Super League to offer franchises fresh player draft on February 22 - Hindustan Times

    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan Super League to offer franchises fresh player draft on February 22
    Hindustan Times
    International stars including Chris Gayle, Shane Watson of Australia and England's Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan are among 30 foreign players contracted to five teams in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which is being staged mostly in the United Arab ...
    Cricket spot-fixing claims: Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed one of two men arrestedBBC Sport
    PCA against England players going to Pakistan
  • Pakistan-China project beneficial for UAE, says Pakistani ambassador - Khaleej Times

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    Pakistan-China project beneficial for UAE, says Pakistani ambassador
    Khaleej Times
    "Pakistan will be pleased if the UAE can benefit from the project, as this is a win-win situation for all countries in the region," said Ambassador Moazzam Ahmed Khan. The Pakistani Ambassador to the UAE has spoken about how both countries can benefit ...and more »
  • Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed suspected to be arrested in England: Reports - India Today

    India Today
    Pakistan cricketer Nasir Jamshed suspected to be arrested in England: Reports
    India Today
    The London-based National Crime Agency announced that the unnamed men in their thirties were held on Monday "as part of an ongoing investigation into international cricket match spot-fixing". IndiaToday.in | Posted by Subhasish Dutta. desk-itgd@intoday.
    Arrests made in alleged PSL corruption caseESPNcricinfo.com
    Cricket: British police make two arrests in Pakistan fixing probeThe Straits Times
  • Pakistan court lifts ban; allows private channels to show Indian films - Hindustan Times

    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan court lifts ban; allows private channels to show Indian films
    Hindustan Times
    Lahore High Court Chief Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah Sunday in his interim order granted the permission to private television channels to screen Indian content.(Representative Photo). A ban on telecast of Indian shows by private television channels ...and more »
  • Pakistan Reacts Sharply to US's Anti-Terror Criticism - Voice of America

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    Pakistan Reacts Sharply to US's Anti-Terror Criticism
    Voice of America
    FILE - Weapons and ammunition seized are presented to the media along with insurgents suspected of being from the Haqqani network at the National Directorate of Security (NDS) headquarters in Kabul, May 30, 2013. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on ...
    Peace Should Not Be Sought Through Pakistan: Afghan EnvoyTOLOnewsall 54 news articles »
  • Pakistan summons Indian deputy envoy over ceasefire violations along LoC - Hindustan Times

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    Pakistan summons Indian deputy envoy over ceasefire violations along LoC
    Hindustan Times
    BSF soldiers patrol along a border fence at an outpost along the Line of Control (LOC) between India-Pakistan.(AFP File Photo). Pakistan on Tuesday summoned Indian deputy high commissioner, JP Singh over alleged ceasefire violations along the Line of ...
    Defence expert condemns Bandipora attack, asks for more surgical strikes in PakistanBusiness Standard
    Pakistan violates ceasefire in R
  • PCB worried about the fate of Pakistan Super League final after Lahore bomb attack - Hindustan Times

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    PCB worried about the fate of Pakistan Super League final after Lahore bomb attack
    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan cricket fans fear foreign players will avoid competing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). cricket Updated: Feb 14, 2017 19:51 IST. AP. Pakistan Super League. The final of the Pakistan Super League will take place in Lahore on March 5.(PSL).
    Lahore blast rocks Pakistan leagueSport24all 23 news articles »
  • Pakistan banning Valentine's Day is as Indian as it gets - DailyO

    DailyO
    Pakistan banning Valentine's Day is as Indian as it gets
    DailyO
    A high court in Pakistan has found grave evidences of Valentine's Day being "un-Islamic" and hence it was deemed right for the sake of national security to "ban" the entire thing. The president of Pakistan has also urged his people to boycott the ...
    The Islamic Republic of Pakistan Has Banned Valentine's DayTownhall
    Make rules, not love? Pakistan bans Valentine's Day for being un-IslamicMashable
    Judge Bans Valentine's Day i
  • 20-Foot Tunnel From Pakistan Found By BSF At Sambha, Jammu and Kashmir - NDTV

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    20-Foot Tunnel From Pakistan Found By BSF At Sambha, Jammu and Kashmir
    NDTV
    BSF detected a secret tunnel across 200 km below the fence of the International Border with Pakistan. Ramgarh, Jammu and Kashmir: Highlights. The tunnel is 2.5 feet wide and deep; it was dug right below border fence; Tunnel detected during an exercise ...
    BSF detects tunnel on border with Pakistan in Jammu and KashmirThe New Indian Express
    Pakistan terrorists desperately trying to infiltrate along IB in Jammu,
  • Execution Leaflets Bring New ISIS Terror Fear to Pakistan - NBCNews.com

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    Execution Leaflets Bring New ISIS Terror Fear to Pakistan
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    PESHAWAR, Pakistan — High in a remote, mountainous region of Pakistan, fearful residents have found leaflets containing ISIS propaganda that threaten attacks against their communities. The sheets feature the black flag of ISIS, alongside pictures of ...and more »
  • Pakistan needs to shut down terrorism factory, says Foreign Secretary Jaishankar - The Indian Express

    The Indian Express
    Pakistan needs to shut down terrorism factory, says Foreign Secretary Jaishankar
    The Indian Express
    He asserted that India has not given up on SAARC, but it will keep looking for other opportunities for regional integration "since SAARC is stuck". By: PTI | Mumbai | Published:February 14, 2017 5:18 pm. India, Pakistan, Pakistan terrorism, terrorism ...and more »
  • Pakistan deplores missile tests by North Korea - Geo News, Pakistan

    Geo News, Pakistan
    Pakistan deplores missile tests by North Korea
    Geo News, Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office deplored the latest missile test conducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Tuesday, calling it a violation of the UN Security Council Regulation. Pakistan calls upon the DPRK to refrain from any step ...and more »
  • India wishes to have good relations with Pakistan: Defence Minister - Economic Times

    Economic Times
    India wishes to have good relations with Pakistan: Defence Minister
    Economic Times
    BENGALURU: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar sent a clear message to Pakistan today that India wishes to have good relations with it. Parrikar said that he appreciates the calm at the India-Pakistan border, following intense ceasefire violations ...and more »
  • Geo News obtains CCTV video of Lahore suicide attack - Geo News, Pakistan

    Geo News, Pakistan
    Geo News obtains CCTV video of Lahore suicide attack
    Geo News, Pakistan
    LAHORE: Geo News has obtained CCTV video of the Lahore suicide bomber showing him moments before the attack on Chairing Cross which claimed the lives of 14 people. The video shows the attacker entering the protest through Masjid Shuhada Chowk, ...and more »
  • Suicide Bomber Kills 13 at Protest in Lahore, Pakistan - New York Times

    New York Times
    Suicide Bomber Kills 13 at Protest in Lahore, Pakistan
    New York Times
    A bomb ripped through a crowd of protesters in Lahore, Pakistan, on Monday night, killing at least 13 people and wounding dozens. The attack was claimed by a breakaway Taliban faction. By THE NEW YORK TIMES on Publish Date February 13, 2017.
    Pakistan mourns victims of Lahore rally blastAljazeera.com
    Why Lahore suicide bombing has rattled Pakistan like never beforeDailyO
    At Least 13 Dead in Bombing at Protest Ra
  • 'China should ask Pakistan to address India's concern on terrorism' - Economic Times

    Economic Times
    'China should ask Pakistan to address India's concern on terrorism'
    Economic Times
    WASHINGTON: The Trump Administration needs to convince China to ask Pakistan to take "good-faith measures" to address India's concerns on cross-border terrorism which is a key trigger of Indo-Pak military escalation, a top American think-tank said in a ...and more »
  • Nasir Jamshed suspended as Pakistan corruption probe widens - The Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Nasir Jamshed suspended as Pakistan corruption probe widens
    The Sydney Morning Herald
    ISLAMABAD: Former test opener Nasir Jamshed has become the third player to be suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as part of its ongoing investigation into corruption. Jamshed joins batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, who were ...
    We lost $200 million due to India not touring Pakistan: Pakistan Cricket BoardEconomic Times
    Pakistan: Nasir Jamshed provisionally suspen
  • Pakistan policy reset key to Trump's foreign policy legacy - The Hill (blog)

    The Hill (blog)
    Pakistan policy reset key to Trump's foreign policy legacy
    The Hill (blog)
    Every American president is sensitive to his legacy. American relations with Pakistan will likely shape President Trump's legacy even though South Asia does not currently appear high on the American foreign policy menu. President Trump's policy could ...and more »
  • Cameraman murdered in Pakistan - CPJ Press Freedom Online

    CPJ Press Freedom Online
    Cameraman murdered in Pakistan
    CPJ Press Freedom Online
    New York, February 13, 2017 - Pakistani authorities should bring to justice all those responsible for the murder of Taimur Abbas, a cameraman for the private TV channel Samaa TV, who was fatally shot last night while covering the aftermath of an attack ...
  • Tehmina Janjua becomes Pakistan's first woman foreign secretary - Times of India

    Times of India
    Tehmina Janjua becomes Pakistan's first woman foreign secretary
    Times of India
    ISLAMABAD: Career diplomat Tehmina Janjua was on Monday appointed as Pakistan's first woman foreign secretary. Foreign Office said that Janjua will replace outgoing foreign secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry. "Tehmina Janjua will assume the post of ...
    Tehmina Janjua, Pakistan's first woman foreign secretary, will pose tough resistance to IndiaFirstpostall 37 news articles »
  • Pakistan Army chief asks officers to read book on success of Indian democracy - Hindustan Times

    Hindustan Times
    Pakistan Army chief asks officers to read book on success of Indian democracy
    Hindustan Times
    File photo of Pakistani Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa at the Change of Command ceremony in Rawalpindi after he was appointed to the post last year. (AP). Pakistan Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa had some unusual advice when top officers ...
    Pakistan army chief Qamar Bajwa wants officers to learn from India, says army has no business in running governmentFinancial Express
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  • Pakistan and Malaysia - forging cricketing bonds - Cricbuzz

    Cricbuzz
    Pakistan and Malaysia - forging cricketing bonds
    Cricbuzz
    Bilal Asad, a hard-working batsman who carved out a long domestic career in Pakistan, is the current Malaysian national men's cricket coach. It is quite fitting that a Pakistani is steering the ship as in recent years there has been a fledgling link ...and more »
  • Why The Pakistan ETF Is Perky (PAK) - Investopedia

    Why The Pakistan ETF Is Perky (PAK)
    Investopedia
    Pakistan is among the frontier markets that are moving higher, but before jumping into the Global X MSCI Pakistan ETF (PAK), investors should evaluate the risks involved with a market such as Pakistan and the reasons Pakistani stocks are surging. PAK ...and more »
  • UN accused of failing Afghan refugees 'forced' to return home from Pakistan - The Guardian

    The Guardian
    UN accused of failing Afghan refugees 'forced' to return home from Pakistan
    The Guardian
    Afghans who have arrived from Pakistan wait to be registered at a UNHCR reception centre on the outskirts of Kabul in September 2016. Photograph: Kate Holt for the Guardian. Global development is supported by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ...
    Pakistan: Mass Forced Returns of Afghan RefugeesHuman Rights Watch
    Rights group says Pakistan has 'forced' mass Afghan refugee returnsReuters
    Pak
  • Another Pakistan Senator says he was denied US visa - Times of India

    Times of India
    Another Pakistan Senator says he was denied US visa
    Times of India
    ISLAMABAD: Another Pakistani Senator on Monday said his US visa application was turned down without a valid reason, a day after reports said the Senate Deputy Chairman, belonging to the same Islamic party as the legislator, was denied visa to visit New ...
    Pakistan's senate boycotts UN event over US visa delayAljazeera.com
    US denies visa to Pakistan Senate's deputy chairmanThe Hindu
    Pakistan Senate bans membe
  • Has Pakistan finally turned serious on terror? - Livemint

    Livemint
    Has Pakistan finally turned serious on terror?
    Livemint
    Recently, Pakistan placed Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks and head of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and its parent political organization Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), under house arrest. Moreover, Pakistan also put JuD and Falah-e-Insaniat ...and more »
  • Not thinking about PSL final: Wasim Akram - Pakistan Today

    Pakistan Today
    Not thinking about PSL final: Wasim Akram
    Pakistan Today
    Bowling legend and Islamabad United team director Wasim Akram said Saturday he would think about the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final only when his team United would qualify for the final. PSL final is going to be played in Lahore on March 5; however, ...and more »