From auctioning buffaloes to luxury cars, Imran Khan makes desperate attempt to save Pakistan economy
Pakistan’s problem has always been one of over-consumption by the elites including its ravenous military and then beggaring its people to pick up the tab
Information minister Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter to announce the assistance which came just two days after Imran paid a three-day visit to the Kingdom
The army on 6 October announced Lt Gen Anjum replacing Lt Gen Faiz Hameed as the chief of the Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI but the Prime Minister's Office withheld the official notification
The country has been witnessing large-scale violent protests, especially in Lahore, against the government for not releasing their party chief Saad Hussain Rizvi
Pakistan releases 350 activists of banned outfit TLP; cases against them to be withdrawn by Wednesday
The development comes after Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan workers been holding violent protests across the nation, against the government for not releasing their party chief Saad Hussain Rizvi
CPEC aims to connect western China with the Gwadar seaport in southwestern Pakistan through a network of roads, railways and other projects
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts to cast himself at the vanguard of Islam are evident everywhere. Meanwhile, Pakistan Army chief General Bajwa is yet to show his hand.
T20 World Cup 2021: Prime Minister Imran Khan shared experience of 1992 triumph with us, says Babar Azam
Imran shared with the team his experience of leading Pakistan to their maiden World Cup triumph in 1992.
The anger with Pakistan in the Biden administration and in sections of the US Congress is apparent. Yet, at no point in the past 20 years — and before that too — was the US unaware of Pakistani involvement in sponsoring terror
The report released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists involved 600 journalists from 150 media outlets in 117 countries
The TTP, commonly known as the Pakistani Taliban, is a banned terrorist organisation based along the Afghan-Pakistan border.
By sacking Amarinder Singh for an unstable, impatient upstart like Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Nehru-Gandhis once again showed their insecurity and disdain for mass leaders
It may be a stretch to call Navjot Singh Sidhu a genius, but he is not as much of a maverick as he appears
Teenage terrorist held on Line of Control reveals Lashkar-e-Taiba still operates in plain sight across Pakistan
Fired up by its triumph in Afghanistan, and the pressure the Indian Army faces on its eastern border with China, the ISI might be lifting the shackles it placed on jihadists in 2019, the argument goes
From conflict in Kashmir to starvation deaths in Tigray: Local problems take centre stage at 76th UNGA
The meet gave world leaders the opportunity to discuss and deliberate on some of the most unstable and unsettling current conflicts, which could have global repercussions
In an apparent reference to China which is flexing its military muscles in the Indo-Pacific, Modi also said that in order to strengthen the rules-based world order, the international community must speak in unison
'Pakistan is known for nurturing terrorists in their backyard': India's strong reply to Imran Khan for raking up Kashmir at UN
Sneha Dubey, India's first secretary, called upon Islamabad to immediately vacate all areas under its illegal occupation
Khan said Pakistan’s aid to the US cost 80,000 Pakistani lives and caused internal strife and dissent directed at the state, all while the US conducted drone attacks.
Khan also said that preventing women from accessing education in Afghanistan would be un-Islamic.
The Black Caps called off their first Pakistan series in 18 years with Wellington's backing on Friday just before the first one-day international was due to start in Rawalpindi.