Pakistan daily says New Delhi, Islamabad need to engage; national security cannot be subjugated to domestic politics
India and Pakistan have no choice but to keep engaging themselves for a better neighbourhood, a leading Pakistani newspaper said
The study indicates that the global surface ocean on Ceres existing more than four billion years ago.
As Pakistan celebrates its 71st Independence Day on Monday, an Indian singing group has given it a beautiful present by singing an acapella version of Pak Sarzamin, the neighbouring country's national anthem.
A leading Pakistani newspaper accused the Supreme Court of ousting Nawaz Sharif as prime minister on "troublingly narrow legal grounds" and called for a review of the judgment.
Granting a visa to Kulbhushan Jadhav's mother would provide India and Pakistan with an opportunity to show that humanity "can still shine through" and help lower the temperature in bilateral ties, a Pakistani daily said
Forty-one out of Pakistan's 64 banned outfits are present on Facebook in the form of groups and individual user profiles and were operating openly via the social media giant, a media report said on Monday.
Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf wants to appear in person rather than testify through a video link in the Benazir Bhutto murder case, his lawyer has said.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday sacked his special assistant on foreign affairs Tariq Fatemi.
The reaction wheel's malfunctioning will not significantly impact the rest of the extended mission at Ceres.
Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: Pakistani media lauds decision to hang former Indian naval officer
Pakistan media has lauded the death sentence, which was given to Indian businessman Kulbhushan Jadhav on charges of spying by a Pakistan military court on Monday.
Pakistan said that the travel restrictions on journalist Cyril Almeida will be lifted once the probe into the placement of his name on the ECT is completed.
On Monday, Pakistan's prominent journalist Cyril Almeida was barred from leaving the country after he reported on a suspected rift between the civilian and military leaderships during a crucial meeting in which the ISI was told its support for terrorist groups was leaving the country globally isolated.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s decision to bar Dawn’s Cyril Almeida from travelling out of Pakistan is a clear indication that he had backed off from his brief tussle with the army and is back to square one.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan is livid with Cyril Almeida even though Dawn’s star journalist has been more severe on the army in his writings than on the civilian government
A leading Pakistani newspaper Dawn on Wednesday said it stood by its story that exposed a divide between the country's civilian and military leadership over terrorists.
The fact that the Pakistan government has punished Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida for exposing the civil-military rift itself doesn’t surprise too many people in that country
Pakistani journalist Cyril Almeida has tweeted that he thinks the Pakistani government "is planning to take further, uglier actions."
The US has expressed concern over the difficulties and dangers faced by journalists in Pakistan.
Cyril Almeida, a columnist and reporter for Dawn has been barred from leaving Pakistan after he reported on a suspected rift between civilian and military leaderships.
While the Editor's guild has chosen to speak for a banned newspaper (Kashmir Reader), we haven’t heard anything about the curious case of NDTV where the news channel dropped the Chidambaram's interview. Especially when the guild’s website lists Barkha Dutt herself as one of the executive committee members (at least in 2014-15). What are we supposed to make of this silence? What is the criteria for intervention, or non-intervention, for that matter?