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Militants hold Army, not infighting among themselves, as impediment.
Police say both men will undergo psychiatric tests and have been charged under anti-terrorism laws and for desecrating a human body.
Health workers will begin administering polio vaccines at security checkpoints in the tribal areas.
Mohammad Arif has admitted to eating the corpse of a baby after his brother, Farman Ali, stole it from a graveyard.
One driver killed, two others injured after gunmen open fire on four oil containers transporting supplies for NATO forces.
Indian opposition party tipped to win the national elections says it has no intention to end the ‘no-first-use’ policy.
Afghan voters are distributing videos of ballot-stuffing, voter harassment to highlight corruption that must be overcome.
Chaudhry Nisar says up to 13 more ‘noncombatant’ prisoners will be released to take dialogue forward.
Extremist group Jaish-ul-Islam has claimed responsibility for the attack that left two men dead.
Court throws out charges as police say nine-month-old baby is ‘no longer required’ in case.
Main opposition PPP has vowed to block the ordinance at the Senate after the National Assembly passed it.
A total of 62 people have been killed in ongoing violence that erupted on Sunday.
Tribunal disqualified PMLN leader Shaikh Akram, who has said he will challenge the decision in the Supreme Court.
A spokesman has claimed that investigation into the attack has revealed that the Baloch separatist group’s assertions are baseless.
Feud between rival factions of the TTP continues in fourth day of fighting.
A former detainee at the notorious Afghan prison outlines the plight of Pakistanis detained in Afghanistan.
Another 14 militants killed as clashes between feuding factions of the Pakistani Taliban persist.
At least 23 dead, over 30 others injured in early morning bombing.
Train had pulled to a stop at Sibi railway station when explosives detonated, killing 13 and injuring around 40 people.
Chief of Army Staff Gen. Raheel Sharif tells soldiers the military will continue to deliver on its mission to ensuring security of Pakistan.