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Jadhav’s wife, mother to visit Pak tomorrow: Foreign Office

Islamabad, Dec 24, Kulbhushan Jadhav’s wife and mother will arrive here tomorrow to meet the Indian prisoner on death row, the Pakistan Foreign Office has said. They will arrive in Islamabad by a commercial flight and leave the same day after the meeting, it added. India’s Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh will accompany the

Pak intruder shot dead along Indo-Pak border at Ajnala

Pak intruder shot dead along Indo-Pak border at Ajnala

A Pakistani intruder was shot dead by the Border Security Force (BSF) personnel along the Indo- Pak border, while he was crossing over to the Indian territory at Ajnala here, an official said today.The 70th Battalion of the BSF shot dead the Pakistani intruder, aged around 65 years, when he ignored the warnings of the

Pak builts 100 feet tower

India-Pakistan International Border: Pak builts 100 feet tower

Pak builts 100 feet tower: On the India-Pakistan International border, Pakistan has built a hundred feet tall tower overnight. Surprisingly, BSF has no information about this and neither BSF has expressed any objection to the large tower on the border.According to information a hundred feet tower was built on the India-Pakistan International border. BSF is

US speaking India’s language, says Pakistan

Islamabad, Dec 18, Pakistan on Monday accused the US of “speaking India’s language”, and said the two nations have “the same ideas” regarding the Jammu and Kashmir conflict. National Security Advisor of Pakistan Lt. Gen Naseer Khan Janjua (Retd) said here that “the US is willing to give India a bigger role in Afghanistan while

2 killed in attack on church in Pakistan

Karachi, Dec 17, Armed terrorists today attacked a Catholic church, killing two people in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province, media reports said.The attack targeted the church where prayers of Christian community were being held, the Express Tribune newspaper reported quoting Balochistan’s Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti. A loud explosion and gunshots were heard,

Vijay Diwas: When India won and Bangladesh got liberated

New Delhi [India], Dec 16 : – The Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 is heralded as one of the most convincing victories of the annals of the military history. It culminated with the abject surrender of Pakistani forces in East Pakistan (now, Bangladesh), with almost 1,00,000 being taken prisoners of war (PoWs), and eventually leading up

Several foreign NGOs in Pak asked to wrap up work: official

Islamabad, Dec 14, Pakistan has asked nearly a dozen foreign aid groups to wrap up their activities in the country for failing to “re-register” under a regulation promulgated two years ago, officials said today. Pakistan had in 2015 introduced a new, tough registration criterion for international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) after allegations of “anti-state” activities surfaced

'Tiger Zinda Hai' crosses Rs 200 Crore mark

Tiger Zinda Hai fails to get clearance from Pakistan censor board

Tiger Zinda Hai fails get clearance Pakistan censor board: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif ‘s spy thriller ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ will not release in Pakistan as it has failed to obtain a clearance from the country’s Central Board of Film Censors.Geo Films, which has the distribution rights for the film in Pakistan, had started announcing the release

China stops funding CPEC projects

Islamabad : China has reportedly withheld funding of some key China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) road projects in Pakistan over corruption-related concerns. In an indirect warning to Islamabad, Beijing has forwarded a come clean message. Pakistan’s Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal has confirmed this. The Dawn quoted Iqbal, as saying that Beijing has stopped funding

Pakistani boat found at Dharmkot, Gurdaspur

The Pakistani boat is founded near the river of Dharmkot, district Gurdaspur. The boat reached the shore by floating itself in river. The Pakistani Address is also written over it. Police has started the interrogation after founded the boat. Investigation is in the

Pakistan tells India don’t drag us into your politics

Islamabad, Dec 11 (IANS) Pakistan tells India don’t drag us into your politics. Pakistan on Monday rebuffed allegations of a secret meeting between Congress leaders and its High Commissioner in New Delhi, saying India should stop “dragging” Islamabad into its electoral debate and termed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark as “baseless and irresponsible”.  “India

HIV/AIDS cases increase in Pakistan

Islamabad, Dec 10,  HIV/AIDS infection cases are on the rise in Pakistan, according to new data.An estimated 133,000 people in Pakistan were tested positive with, according to statistics from the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP), adding as many as 21,129 new cases reported in 2017 while some 9,000 patients died of AIDS this year, reports

China warns of attacks on its citizens in Pakistan

Islamabad : The Embassy of China in Islamabad has warned Chinese citizens and organisations in Pakistan to be on alert for possible terror attacks on them, reports ANI. Citing a statement by the embassy, South China Morning Post reported that the consulate had been informed that terrorists were planning “a series of attacks soon” against Chinese.“The embassy alerts all Chinese

London Mayor visits Jinnah’s mausoleum in Karachi

Islamabad, Dec 8, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is on a goodwill visit to Pakistan to promote his “London is Open” campaign, visited the mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Karachi on Friday. Khan arrived in the city on Thursday night. Speaking to the media after paying his respects at the mausoleum, the Pakistani-origin Mayor

Toll in Pakistan boat capsize reaches 21

Toll in Pakistan boat capsize reaches 21

Toll in Pakistan boat capsize reaches 21: Islamabad, The death toll in a boat capsize off the coast of Pakistan‘s Thatta district has increased to 21 with several others still reported missing, police said on Friday.According to district officials, there were about 70 people on-board when then accident took place on Thursday evening, reports Dawn news.Thatta

Operations against terrorists

No let up in operations against terrorists, says General Bipin Rawat

Operations against terrorists: It is up to the “neighboring country” how it treats terrorist organizations but India will continue to raise the matter, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said today reacting to former Pakistan president Parvez Musharraf’s statement on a poll alliance with Hafiz Saeed. Rawat also asserted that there will be no let up

Pakistani youth lands in jail for writing ‘Hindustan Zindabad’

Islamabad : Expressing love for the word Hindustan, a Pakistani youth was arrested by police in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Seeing “Hindustan Zindabad” written on the wall of a house in the Nara Amazai area of Haripur infuriated the local community, the daily Express news reported on Monday.According to police, Sajid Shah had been booked for treason under

Musharraf may ally with Hafiz Saeed for 2018 polls

Islamabad [Pakistan], December 4 : – Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf, who earlier came in support of the terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD), has now said that he would welcome an alliance with global terrorist and 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed for the general election in 2018. Responding to

US condemns terrorist attack in Pakistan

Washington, Dec 2, The US today strongly condemned the terrorist attack on an agriculture training institute in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar in which at least 12 people, including six students, were killed.Three burqa-clad heavily-armed Taliban militants, who arrived on an auto rickshaw, yesterday attacked the students’ hostel of the Directorate of Agriculture Extension on the

India to face Pakistan in opening match of CWG hockey Gold Coast

Reigning silver medalists India will open their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan in a mouth-watering men’s hockey contest of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. According to the schedule announced by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) today, Asian champions India are placed in a relatively easy but tricky Pool B along side Pakistan, last edition’s bronze medalists

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