Kartarpur Corridor: Pakistan sets up 80 immigration counters to speed up clearance process of pilgrims
Pakistan has set up 80 immigration counters at the Kartarpur Corridor to speed up the clearance process of a large number of pilgrims who are expected to visit the holy shrine.
Pakistani women's rights activist Gulalai Ismail flees to US and applies for political asylum, says NYT report
Gulalai Ismail, who has been a fugitive since late May, has not disclosed how she managed to leave the country.
FATF sets new targets for Pakistan to check terror financing, asks Islamabad to monitor sale of jewellery, prize bonds
The FATF last year placed Pakistan on the grey list of countries whose domestic laws are considered weak to tackle the challenges of money laundering and terror-financing
Twitter warns 2 Pakistan activists about govt criticism: Cyber crime bill has emboldened deep state to silence dissent
Two people who have been demanding more transparency from the Pakistan Army and various intel agencies have been warned by Twitter to discontinue making controversial statements that malign State machinery
The brief detention of Gulalai Ismail caused a swift furore from other rights activists, including Amnesty International, which put out a statement demanding her release.
Pakistan's former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur appeared before a joint investigation team of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to record their statement in a Rs 35 billion money laundering and fake bank accounts case
Asif Ali Zardari, his sister summoned by Pakistan's FIA tomorrow over charges of money laundering, fake bank accounts
The FIA issued notices to Pakistan's former president and his sister to appear at the agency's headquarters in Islamabad.
Asia/Pacific Group urges Pakistan to curb terror financing, money laundering to get off FATF 'grey list'
Asia Pacific Group has asked Pakistan to curb terror financing and money laundering and make them extraditable offences to get out of FATF's "grey list"
Pakistani authorities blacklist Nawaz Sharif's sons Hassan and Hussain for no-show in corruption cases, block passports
Pakistan's deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif's sons Hassan and Hussain have been placed on the blacklist by the authorities, barring them from travelling on their Pakistani passports, media reports said
Pakistani authorities blacklist Nawaz Sharif's sons, block passports; court issues non-bailable arrest warrants against them
Nawaz Sharif's sons were declared as absconders by a court after they failed to appear in any of the three corruption cases lodged again them.
26/11 Mumbai terror attack trial: FIA asked to appoint focal person for taking 24 Indian witnesses to Pakistan
A Pakistani court conducting the trial of seven Mumbai terror attack suspects has ordered the FIA to appoint a focal person to press for bringing 24 Indian witnesses to Pakistan.
Identifying a sustained cyber spying campaign, Symantec found that the attackers used decoy documents related to security issues to install the malware.
A Pakistani opposition party led by former cricketer Imran Khan will take legal action against the government for detaining its vocal online activists under a controversial cybercrime law, a spokesman said Monday.
PCB's top official Najam Sethi, who also heads the PSL secretariat, suggested that the FIA put on hold its inquiry until the PCB completes its process to find out whether the players are guilty or not.
The FIA said it had asked PCB to provide them with players' laptops and mobile phones to be scrutinised for forensic evidence related to the PSL spot-fixing case.
Pakistan Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan made it clear that if any player is found guilty of spot-fixing in PSL, he could end up behind bars.
Pakistan on Tuesday approached the Interpol seeking Red Notices in the names of Baloch nationalist leader Brahumdagh Bugti and his aide Sher Mohammad Bugti, who are in Geneva, and their arrest.
A new report by International Labour Organisation shows an increase in deportation of Pakistani workers from around the world between 2012 and 2015
Gula, who was dubbed as 'Mona Lisa of Afghan war', was arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency for alleged forgery of Pakistani Identity documents
26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Petition filed in Pakistani court to include post mortem reports of victims
The prosecution in the Mumbai attacks case on Sunday filed a fresh petition in a Pakistani anti- terrorism court to amend charges against the seven accused of banned LeT by including the postmortem reports of the 166 victims of the 2008 terror attack.