Deaths of Karima Baloch, Sajid Hussain bound to raise uncomfortable questions for Pakistan on Balochistan
The death of a high-profile critic of the Pakistan government, one that fled that country in 2016 and sought refuge in Canada saying she was in fear for her life because of the army and intel agencies, is in itself sure to raise uncomfortable questions for Islamabad
From CPEC to change in legal status, here's why India is worried about Pakistan giving Gilgit-Baltistan 'provisional provincial status'
India's consistent position has been that Gilgit-Baltistan is a part of Indian territory, and a statement by the MEA on Sunday reflected this
Changes in FDI rules necessary to ensure no Indian entity is shortchanged during COVID-19 pandemic, especially by 'opportunist' China
With its new FDI rules, the Government of India has decided to ensure that the country comes out of the COVID-19 pandemic with its industries and entities intact and still in Indian control
Pakistan struggles to meet demand for protective gear as cases cross 4,000; doctors arrested for protesting against shortage
Pakistan has extended partial lockdown till April 14 and constantly asking people to stay indoors and follow social distancing.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan Army steps in to battle COVID-19 but imposes information blockade to hide lack of preparedness, high casualties
As numbers climbed, Prime Minister Khan continued to oppose a complete lockdown, on the grounds that the poor would suffer.
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.
CPEC not burden, relations with China will never fray, says Pakistan; rejects notion of Beijing being sole beneficiary of project
The CPEC is a multi-billion dollar development project, with a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects
'CPEC is not about aid': US urges Pakistan to ask China tough questions, warns it will take toll on local economy
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China's resource-rich Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region with Pakistan's strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea.
The State Bank of Pakistan's most recent quarterly report points out that the economy is in a classic debt trap, with more debt required to pay off the earlier loans taken
'Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir is part of India,' says MEA: A look at region's origin, history and geopolitical importance
Amid rising rhetoric on Kashmir from both sides of the Line of Control, India on Tuesday said that Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of the country and New Delhi expects to have "physical jurisdiction" over the area "one day".
Khan is likely to travel to Saudi before his scheduled trip to the US for his first address in the UN General Assembly on 27 September. His visit to the Gulf nation is seen as an attempt to woo it as Pakistan continues to grapple under a major economic crisis.
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.
Pakistan spurred need for India to abolish Article 370: New Delhi reframed terms of territorial dispute that mirrors those set by Islamabad
By seeking to incorporate Gilgit-Baltistan as a province, Pakistan has been unilaterally reducing the size of the landmass of Jammu and Kashmir that it is prepared to accept as ‘disputed’. But in doing so, it gave India a reason to do the same
'Chinese market for for wives': Men in China seek young brides in Pakistan; women reveal horror stories of trafficking and abuse
Recently, Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency arrested eight Chinese nationals and four Pakistanis in multiple raids in the Punjab province in connection with trafficking.
China will always stand by Pakistan's 'core interests', says Vice-President Wang Qishan on $60-billion CPEC
China will always stand by Pakistan's 'core interests' no matter how the international landscape changes, visiting Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan has said as he cited the USD 60 billion CPEC as the manifestation of their all-weather relationship
China holds talks with Pakistan leadership to boost 'all-weather ties', signs deals to speed up projects under CPEC
Chinese vice-president Wang Qishan met Pakistan president Arif Alvi and Imran Khan on Sunday and agreed to speed up projects under the $60-billion CPEC.
Imran Khan condemns terror attack on Gwadar hotel, says it was to 'sabotage' country's economic projects and prosperity
While condemning the attack, Imran Khan appreciated the initial response by a security guard and security forces in foiling greater loss to human lives
Imran Khan's Cabinet reshuffle: Party insiders bite the dust as Pakistan PM centralises power, brings back ex-military men
Imran Khan's moves are likely to make the Prime Minister’s Office more like that of New Delhi
Ready for Wuhan-style summit meet with India despite differences over BRI, says Chinese foreign minister
Asked if India's opposition to the BRI would undermine the new momentum generated by last year's informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping, Wang said the two leaders had a very successful meeting at Wuhan city
India signals boycott of China's Belt and Road Forum for second time, reiterates that project threatens its sovereignty
India boycotted the first Belt and Road Forum (BRF) in 2017 after protesting to Beijing over the controversial China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which is being laid through the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) overriding New Delhi's sovereignty concerns.