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Congress party M.P. Mani Shankar Aiyar urges New Delhi to soften stance on ties with Islamabad.
Unidentified gunmen targeted Farid Khan and a friend while they were traveling near Pakistan’s tribal areas.
Queen of Pop urges fans to help construct Dream Model Street School in Karachi’s Mawach Goth area.
U.S., Russia scale back on warheads as China, India and Pakistan boost cache.
At least 34 militants and three soldiers were killed in gunfights in a restive tribal region where troops have now gained control of strategic heights.
Incoming P.M. declares attack violation of international law, urges U.S. to pursue policy of consultation.
Wali-ur-Rehman’s killing in a drone attack also signals the death knell of Taliban’s peace overtures to the Pakistan government.
Pakistan-administered Kashmir police finds no proof of desecration of Quran.
Taliban hold government responsible for drone attack that killed second-in-command Wali-ur-Rehman.
Five killed, three injured in first strike since Pakistan elected a new government on May 11.
No claims of responsibility for remote-controlled bombing that has left 17 injured in Peshawar.
Short judgment by five-judge panel declares Fasih Bokhari’s appointment unlawful.
Nawaz Sharif pledges to end power crisis but refuses to set a timeframe.