Modi’s BJP Pulls Out of India-administered Kashmir Government
U.K. Marks Anniversary of London Mosque Terror Attack
Cruel and Unusual
U.S., South Korea Confirm Suspending Military Drills
Afghanistan’s Ceasefire Celebrations Raise Hopes for Peace
‘Worrying’ New Focus on Nuclear Deterrence
Foreign trekker urges Pakistan’s government to ensure climbers’ safety to keep future expeditions viable.
Main opposition party withdraws candidate over Supreme Court’s ‘unilateral’ ruling.
Search of Akakhel village after the conclusion of a military operation led to the deceased.
Cartoon superhero has been conceived by pop star Haroon Rashid to promote girls’ education.
Rotterdam-based group is also benefiting from growth in emerging markets such as China and Pakistan.
Unidentified gunmen ambush police vehicle, killing two men and injuring senior police official.
TTP claims responsibility for attack that left nine, including five attackers, dead and 38 people injured.
Supreme Court orders Election Commission to reschedule polls for July 30 to facilitate lawmakers offering prayers during Ramzan.
Media regulatory authority claims TV advert is immoral, especially in the month of Ramzan.
High concentrations of arsenic in some strains of rice grown in Pakistan, Bangladesh, China, Japan, Europe and U.S. can cause genetic damage.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the sectarian attack.
Crowds throng Buckingham Palace, St. Mary’s Hospital to commemorate birth of third in line for British throne.
Afghan president says he will visit Pakistan at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s invitation if trip is focused on struggle against terrorism.
First American vice president to visit India in three decades wants to reassure New Delhi of Washington’s commitment to mutually beneficial ties.
Another six injured in grenade attack at Karachi’s Buner neighborhood.
Visiting team beat a revised target of 189 off 31 overs after two rain showers delayed the match.
Foreign affairs adviser tells journalists in Kabul that Islamabad supports an Afghan-led peace process.
PESCO targets religious consciences in fresh bid to reduce power theft.
First bomb targeted a government official, while second detonated prematurely inside a house.
Four military troops killed during crossfire that also left 15 militants dead and destroyed two hideouts.