Zarif discussed matters of mutual interest and regional security situation, including the Afghan reconciliation process with Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa
Death sentence to General Musharraf isn’t end of military rule in Pakistan; Rawalpindi has long moved to control via other means
The conviction of General Pervez Musharraf for treason does not interrogate the Pakistan Army’s primacy in the country’s political life, rather it reiterates a proscription on the use of a tool the Generals do not think they now require
Distilled, a Firstpost podcast: Author Ayesha Siddiqa on the showdown between Pakistan's SC and govt over army chief
In this second episode of the Distilled podcast, Swami discusses the issues, and the path forward with Ayesha Siddiqa, one of the foremost authorities on the Pakistan Army, author of Military Inc., a path-breaking work on the Pakistan Army’s business holdings and interests
No talks with India till situation improves in Kashmir, Imran Khan tells US senators visiting Pakistan
Imran Khan said there would be no talks with India during a meeting with US senators Chris Van Hollen and Maggi Hassan, who met to share their observations with the prime minister about their visit to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Sunday, Geo News reported.
Navjot Singh Sidhu may have overreacted by hugging Pakistan army chief, but not all controversies were of own making
Congress leader Navjot SIngh Sidhu, given his history of being a child of controversies, perhaps over-reacted by hugging Pakistan army chief General Qamar Bajwa, but not all the controversies relating to his Pakistan visit were made of his own.
Pakistan' Army chief Qamar Bajwa says US should stop blaming the country for its failure in Afghanistan
Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Bajwa has claimed that there are no safe havens terrorists in his country and asked the US to stop blaming Islamabad for its failure in Afghanistan.
Donald Trump has helped China replace US in Islamabad, offered Beijing free control of Pakistan's 'terror infrastructure'
After committing $55 billion for CPEC, Chinese state-owned companies are now moving in to spend another $100 billion in the region, showing Donald Trump that the $2 billion US aid is peanuts
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: As India loses interest, releasing him could help Pakistan change 'rogue' image
The PR quotient for Pakistan in releasing Kulbhushan Jadhav is much higher than in killing him. It would show the world that Pakistan has mercy, it is not a rogue state, it has laws, it means well and seeks peace
Just days after an international report on nuclear weapons stated that the world nuclear arms race is far from over, Pakistan on Wednesday successfully test-fired short-range surface to surface ballistic missile named 'Nasr', PTI said.