Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir), May 24 (ANI): Seventy Pakistanis headed home on Monday, even as Indians await Islamabad's clearance to visit their families across the border.
Afghan Taliban chief 'Mansour' used Pakistan airports May 24, 9:31 am
Lahore, May 24 (ANI): Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour, who is believed to have been killed in an air strike by the United States in Balochistan, was reportedly a frequent traveller and is said to have used at least two Pakistani airports for his foreign trips over the past nine years.
Washington D.C., May 24 (ANI): A day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that the drone strike by the United States in Balochistan was a violation of Pakistan's sovereignty, the Barack Obama government responded saying that they do respect Islamabad's territorial integrity, but that will not stop them from carrying out strikes to remove terrorists targeting U.S. forces.
Pakistan: Peace Committee member shot dead in Swat May 23, 2:41 pm
Peshawar, May 23(ANI): Muhammad Khan, a member of the Peace Committee, and his police guard were shot dead by suspected militants in Swat's Bara Bandai area in Pakistan today.
Lahore, May 23 (ANI): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif slammed the drone strike carried out by the United States in Balochistan a day earlier, saying that a strong protest had been lodged with the U.S. over the attack.
Islamabad, May 22 (ANI): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa meaning the "Khyber side of the land of Pakhtuns" is one of the four provinces of Pakistan, and located in the north western region of the country. This frontier province that borders Afghanistan is divided into seven divisions - Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan, Hazara, Kohat, Malakand, Mardan and Peshawar (the last being its capital) and is further subdivided into 26 districts, comprising of 21 Settled Area Districts (SAD) and five Provincially Administered Tribal Area (PATA) Districts.
Islamabad, May 21 (ANI): Former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari in a rare letter to the editor of the New York Times, has questioned the United States' commitment to the security needs of Pakistan.
Karachi, May.21 (ANI): Former Pakistan skipper Rashid Latif has advised newly-appointed head coach Mickey Arthur to slow down the spate of statements regarding issues related to the team and instead urged him to focus on the job.
2,393 Pakistanis languishing in Saudi jails May 21, 5:39 pm
Islamabad, May 21(ANI): The Pakistan Senate has been informed that 2,393 Pakistani nationals were languishing in jails of Saudi Arabia.
Two traffic police officials shot dead in Pakistan's Karachi May 21, 5:06 pm
Karachi, May 21(ANI): At least two traffic police officials were shot dead in a targeted attack by unidentified assailants in Karachi's Ayesha Manzil area on Saturday.
Bradford (United Kingdom), May 20 (ANI): A man, Mohammad Zubair, who was wanted by British police for questioning about a double murder in Bradford was handed over to the authorities in Bradford, UK on Thursday after being extradited from Pakistan.
Sincerity critical for 'normalising ties' with India: Pakistan May 20, 9:30 am
Lahore, May 20 (ANI): The Islamabad Foreign Office said yesterday that sincerity was critical for normalisation of the tense relations between Pakistan and India.
Pakistan to push UN to declare Indian Ocean nuclear-free zone May 20, 8:28 am
Lahore, May 20 (ANI): Adviser to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that India's nuclear-armed missiles deployed on nuclear-powered submarines pose a threat to the maritime security of the Indian Ocean Region's (IOR) 32 littoral states and that Islamabad would call on the United Nations regarding this matter.
Pakistan wants peace, stability in Afghanistan: NSA Janjua May 19, 6:16 pm
Islamabad, May 19(ANI): The National Security Adviser of Pakistan, Lt. Gen. Nasir Janjua (Retired) on Thursday said that Islamabad wants peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Pakistan need to focus on quality rather than quantity: Afridi May 19, 12:57 pm
Karachi, May 19 (ANI): Former Pakistan T20 skipper Shahid Afridi has said that his country are failing to produce fine cricketers while highlighting the immediate need to focus on quality rather than quantity to turn the things around for themselves.
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