‘Heavy’ Cross-Border Fire Over Line of Control
Imran Khan Welcomes U.N. Move to Discuss Kashmir
Some Phones Lines Restored in India-Occupied Kashmir
‘Very Good’ White House Talks on Afghan Peace Deal: Trump
Taliban Chief’s Brother Killed in Balochistan Bombing
‘It Will Not End Here’
P.M. Khan, President Trump Discuss Kashmir
Five-member panel will unveil long-list of books on Oct. 20.
Funded by the Aga Khan family, the facility features over 1,000 artifacts of Muslim heritage.
British director and actor was known for iconic films such as Jurassic Park and Gandhi.
Israeli airstrikes during the Gaza assault killed nine animals at a local zoo, and destroyed a family park in Al-Bisan City.
Hollywood icon died after suffering a stroke at her home in New York.
Robin Williams gave comedy a darker edge.
Oscar-winning actor and comedian found dead of suspected suicide at his home in Los Angeles.
Centenarians in Pakistan’s Neelum Valley region claim hard work and clean, mountain air keeps them young.
Photographer says shoot was not meant to ‘glamorize’ brutality.
Jamil Ahmad, aged 83, suffered a heart attack while at home in Islamabad.
Bollywood actor honored as Knight of the Legion of Honor at ceremony in Mumbai.
Facebook spokeswoman says the page was blocked at Islamabad’s request, but PTA denies it had anything to do with ban.
The plight of death-row inmates takes center stage in Lahore.
Julien Columeau’s explicit prose finds inspiration in Pakistan’s iconic 20th century poets.
Practitioners of black magic find supporters and critics alike from all segments of Pakistani society.
Pakistan’s censor board says Children of War will be banned in Pakistan if it denigrates the country’s armed forces.
Jonathan Yeo portrait of schoolgirl activist had been estimated to fetch $60,000 to $80,000.
Authors and historians recall the writings that made them fans of the celebrated Urdu-language writer.
Foreign mountaineers complain of visa restrictions and urge government to ‘open doors’ to encourage tourism.
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