629 Pakistani women sold as brides in China, reveals report; Islamabad halts investigation into matter to protect 'lucrative ties with Beijing'
629 girls and women from across Pakistan who were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China. The list, obtained by The Associated Press, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined to break up trafficking networks exploiting the country’s poor and vulnerable
Pakistan honours Maharaja Ranjit Singh, celebrates Bhagat Singh; but India opposed to Jinnah's portrait due to 'religious nationalism'
The question is why Pakistan thinks that these men are celebrated when India is going through a strong anti-Muslim phase. And it is because Pakistan also has a powerful Punjabi nationalism. More than half of Pakistan is Punjabi speaking.
Pakistan closes airspace for commercial flights; air traffic to and from six major airports suspended
Pakistan suspended flight operations across major airports for an indefinite period in the wake of the escalating tensions with India
Saeed Ajmal retires from game with 'heavy heart', criticises ICC's bowling action protocol on the way out
Ajmal felt that if the Pakistan Cricket Board had fought his case more vociferously at the ICC, he would have left a satisfied man.
With the death of 10 more people, the toll in Pakistan's oil tanker fire rose to 175, making it one of the deadliest accidents in the country.
Five players who have represented the country that included Umar Akmal are apparently under investigation by Pakistan Cricket Board on suspicion of their involvement in a brawl and disorderly conduct in Faisalabad where they played National One-day Cup matches.
A Pakistani terrorist captured three days ago was on Saturday brought to the Kashmir Valley to identify those who helped him reach Udhampur where he was arrested.
A 15-year-old school boy who was taking a selfie while pointing a toy gun at his friend died after the police in Pakistan's Punjab province mistook them for armed robbers and opened fire on them.
Banned Pakistan left-arm pacer Muhammad Aamir played his first proper competitive match in five years when he appeared in the national T20 super eights tournament at Faisalabad.
Saeed Ajmal has been forced to close his international cricket academy in his hometown Faisalabad after it received threats from extremist elements.
Mobile phone services will stay suspended in major cities of Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan's capital on Friday