Trump Tough Talk Unlikely to Move Pakistan
U.S. Warns Angry Pakistan on Afghan Militant Support
U.S. Sanctions Chinese, Russians Over N. Korea Support
Indian Factory Shut After Dumping Dye
China Defends Pakistan Against Trump Criticism
India’s Top Court Bans Islamic Instant Divorce
Taliban Warn Afghanistan Will Become ‘Graveyard’ for U.S.
Following second review of ongoing $6.8 billion support program, $555.6 million have been freed for Islamabad.
Pakistan’s finance minister says government checked currency speculation, convinced exporters to return money to country to stabilize rupee.
A rise in mobile game development is helping transform the country’s IT industry.
Deputy governor Ashraf Mahmood Wathra has been appointed acting governor until further notice.
Pakistan’s lucrative cigarette-smuggling trade has links to terrorism.
India expresses surprise at cross-border trade being ‘held hostage’ for the sake of ‘drug traffickers.’
Movement along LoC suspended after Indian authorities detained a Pakistani driver for allegedly smuggling heroin.
Consumers balk at high prices of hybrid cars as government plans to encourage alternatives to fuel-guzzlers fizzle.
Finance ministry expects to raise $2 billion from sale of three spectrum licenses.
Belated annual report warns inflation could rise to 11 percent in current fiscal year.
Sharif government set to undertake country’s largest sale of public assets.
Pakistan, with India and Bangladesh, accounts for over two-thirds of the business.
Islamabad will repay the concessional loan over 20 years.
British banker sounds optimism about the Islamic republic.
Analysts worry that prolonged backlash could drive away U.S. investors.
The proposed 1,700-kilometer gas pipeline faces a wide range of expected problems.
Good news: Pakistan-India trade is up.
Pakistani textiles firms exempted from paying tax on exports to EU for 10 years.
At the expense of the national exchequer and Sindh province, Engro set to reap windfall from federal government’s imminent orders.
Gated communities in Pakistan provide amenities and safety to the country’s affluent middle class—for a price.