Asking Pakistan to have a clear stand against terrorists, a leading Pakistani newspaper on Sunday wondered if Islamabad was again differentiating between "good" and "bad" militants.
At least 50 clerics have issued a fatwa (religious decree) that marriage with a transgender person is now lawful in Pakistan, a media report said on Monday.
Pakistan's former ambassador in the US was "lobbying against his own country" and "creating hurdles for the government", said Sartaj Aziz.
Pakistan has let the monster of religious militancy grow, admitted a Pakistani daily which noted that neutralising it will not be a short-term exercise
Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Maulana Masood Azhar has been taken under "protective custody", Dawn quoted Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as saying
Indo-Pak ties were improving and better relations between the two countries would help in overcoming problems being confronted by the region, the outgoing Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan has said.
If talks between India and Pakistan take place, "they are now likely to have a very different tone and tenor" due to the appointment of a retired army general as Pakistan's NSA, a leading daily said on Monday
Both Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan and Narendra Modi of India are to blame for the collapse of the NSA level talks, a Pakistani daily said on Sunday.
In Pakistan, the news of the arrest of Mohammed Naved was given very little coverage, possibly a fallout of criticism over reportage of the arrest of Ajmal Kasab during the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.
Pakistan must admit its mistakes for allowing Pakistani terrorists to sail to Mumbai in 2008 and carry out a massacre, a retired Pakistani official said in remarks published on Tuesday.
India and Pakistan are using arrested fishermen "as bargaining chips", a leading Pakistani daily said.
The nearly 11 percent hike in India's military budget will create a "new edge of tension" in Indo-Pak ties against the backdrop of New Delhi's "increasingly belligerent stance" and hostility, Pakistani media reported today.
Ahead of the visits by US Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama to India, there is a hope in Pakistan that the country's leadership will use its influence over India in maintaining peace on the border, a leading daily said Wednesday.
A petition was filed in the Lahore High Court Saturday seeking to disqualify Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for lying in his speech to parliament.
In an editorial titled 'Pak-India: more of the same?', the Dawn newspaper said sticking to his pre-election script of focusing on building closer economic ties while downplaying the big, historical security issues, Sharif tried his best to sustain the feel-good factor of his presence in Delhi.
Geo TV network and Jang media group on Monday tendered an apology to Pakistan's armed forces and the ISI for hurling allegations on its chief Lt Gen Zaheerul Islam over the assassination attempt on leading anchor Hamid Mir.
The Pakistan government needs to make its position clear now as to why two Indian journalists have been asked to leave the country
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The Pakistani media called on both Indian and Pakistani officials to desist from rhetoric and take steps to defuse rising tension along the LoC.
Unfazed by the threat of US sanctions, Pakistan and Iran will start work on the $7.5 billion gas pipeline on March 11.