Lack of Pak govt's intervention can spur migration, ecological imbalances in once-flourishing Indus Delta
Dam construction and mismanagement of water by the government have significantly reduced river flows, causing the Indus delta to shrink, threatening both human life and its ecology.
As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues
The fighting has escalated again in Kashmir. Last Saturday night, two officers and two jawans of the Indian Army and a police sub-inspector were killed in militant violence in Handwara in Kashmir. A day later, three men of the Central Reserve Police Force died in another attack in the same area.
Coronavirus outbreak: Pakistan to close border with Afghanistan for a week after four test positive in Karachi
Announcement came a day after two more people tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Pakistan
Eight, including policemen, dead in suicide bomb attack on religious rally in Pakistan’s Balochistan; 23 injured
A suspected suicide bombing at a religious rally in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province killed at least eight people, including policemen, and injured 23 others on Monday, according to media reports.
Two Indian nationals arrested in Pakistan for entering country 'illegally'; one of the accused is software engineer, say authorities
Two Indian nationals have been arrested by authorities in Pakistan on Monday for allegedly entering the country illegally, according media reports.
Sobhita Dhulipala on pursuing Geetu Mohandas for a role in Moothon, Bard of Blood, and her upcoming projects
In an interview with Firstpost, Sobhita says, "If there's a good story, I'll always seek it with all my sincerity. I'm an actor. A storyteller. I am not too attached to the outcome, never was, and I don't think I'll be either. I'm just happy to be here."
As severe multi-year droughts blight Asia, organisations are coming together to create toolkits and response mechanisms to deal with the crisis.
Bomb blast in Pakistan's Balochistan province kills three, including political leader, 12-year-old child; several others injured
The incident happened in Chaman area of Qilla Abdullah district in Pakistan after the bomb planted in a motorcycle parked on the roadside exploded killing three people, including the central leader of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl, Maulana Muhammad Hanif
Emraan Hashmi says Bard of Blood was the right show for his digital debut: 'I'm a huge consumer of Netflix'
On the sets of the upcoming Netflix Indian Original Bard of Blood, Emraan Hashmi talks about why he cannot play Bollywood's sleek spy.
Bard of Blood's Vineet Kumar on playing an undercover agent in Balochistan, and how he trained for the role
Viineet Kumar explains why Netflix's India Original, Bard of Blood, produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, was the digital debut he has been waiting for.
Kirti Kulhari on Netflix's Bard of Blood and how Shah Rukh Khan is the brainchild behind her character
Kirti Kulhari discusses discovering the universality of her diverse characters, and how her Bard of Blood role is different from the one she played in Uri.
Month after deadly blast in Pakistan's Kuchlak mosque, rift widens within Taliban over talks with US
The Kuchlak mosque with an adjacent madrasa is situated at a distance of 27 kilometres from Quetta in Balochistan.
Pakistan committing ‘systematic genocide’ of minorities, alleges Balochistan's human rights council chief Samad Baloch
Calling Pakistan a 'breeding ground' for terrorism, secretary-general of Baloch Human Rights Council, Samad Baloch, on Wednesday said Pakistan is committing 'systematic genocide' of the minorities
Pakistan committing genocide in Balochistan yet approaching international community over Kashmir, says Baloch leader Mehran Marri
As Pakistan continues to cry foul over Kashmir, Baloch leader Mehran Marri has exposed its hypocritical nature, saying Islamabad is committing "genocide and human rights violation" in Balochistan and yet they go to the international community with a "facade of caring about human rights in Kashmir"
China to invest $1 billion in development projects in Pakistan to boost bilateral ties, says Beijing's envoy to Islamabad
China is planning to invest $ one billion in development projects in Pakistan, Beijing's envoy in Islamabad has said, as the two all-weather allies seek to further boost bilateral ties.
Daily Bulletin: Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Yadav today; SC to hear Shahjahanpur law student's case; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: The plea of ex-finance minister P Chidambaram against arrest in the INX Media case will be heard by SC today, Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Yadav, and more
Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Yadav on Monday, says country's foreign affairs spokesperson
Pakistan on Sunday said it will grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is on death row in the country, on Monday 'in line with the ICJ judgement'.
Pakistan’s isolation on Kashmir huge setback to its foreign policy, says chairman of US-based advocacy group Voice of Karachi
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan has admitted to the failure of his country's stance on Kashmir and its diplomacy, stated Voice of Karachi (VoK) Chairman Nadeem Nusrat on Monday.
Killing of chief’s brother in Balochistan bomb attack will not derail peace talks with US, says Afghan Taliban
The Afghan Taliban has said the killing of its chief Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada's brother in a blast at a mosque in Pakistan's troubled Balochistan province will not derail the peace talks with the United States.
As Pakistan marks 73rd Independence Day, #BalochistanSolidarityDay and #14AugustBlackDay trend on Twitter
Pakistan was left red-faced after Balochistan, a province located on its southwestern borders, called for its freedom as the country observed 73rd Independence Day.