Podcast; Yorked episode 9: Aakash Chopra joins in to celebrate India's maiden Test series victory on Pakistan soil on its 16th anniversary
On this day, 16 years ago, India registered their first-ever Test series win on Pakistan soil. Winning member of that side Aakash Chopra and part of official broadcaster's production Gaurav Kalra revisit the historic series.
Creating history, minting memories: A storyteller recounts India's epochal series wins in Pakistan, 16 years ago
India completed their first, and so far only, Test series win in Pakistan on this day 16 years back. Here's looking back at the historic triumph.
Pakistan court accepts Hafiz Saeed's plea to club all six terror financing cases and announce verdict on completion of trial
The official said the court after accepting Saeed's request, ordered the prosecution to present witnesses in the other four cases against the JuD leaders on Wednesday
Death sentence for Pakistani scholar Junaid Hafeez for 'blasphemous' posts on Facebook; lawyer slams 'spineless system'
A court in Pakistan has awarded a death sentence to Junaid Hafeez, a visiting lecturer at the Department of English Literature of the Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan city of Punjab Province, who was booked for blasphemy and arrested on 13 March, 2013
Hafiz Saeed gets breather in terror financing trial after authorities fail to produce co-accused; next hearing on 11 Dec
Counter-Terrorism Department of Punjab Police had registered 23 FIRs against Saeed and his accomplices on charges of 'terror financing' and arrested JuD chief on 17 July
Pakistan social media star Qandeel Baloch's brother arrested in honour killing case with Interpol's help
Multan police on Saturday arrested Qandeel Baloch's absconding brother Mohammad Arif with the help of Interpol and handed him over to Muzaffarabad police station in Pakistna's Multan, senior police official Mahar Bashir Hiraj told the Dawn newspaper
Qandeel Baloch honour killing: Pakistan court sentences social media star’s brother to life imprisonment, five others acquitted
The brother of Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch was on Friday sentenced to life in prison for her murder - the country's highest-profile 'honour killing'
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
Pakistan foreign minister says he is hopeful that country will win ICJ case against alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav
Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court for espionage in April 2017 following which India moved the ICJ. India denied that he was a spy and alleged he was seized and taken forcibly to Pakistan.
Imran Khan's Punjab CM candidate Usman Buzdar accused of paying blood money; new Pakistan PM denies charges
PTI's Usman Buzdar is accused for silencing murder charges against him with bribes but, Prime Minister Imran Khan has dismissed all allegations against him
Pakistan: Brothers chop off sister's legs over property dispute in Punjab, victim in critical condition
A woman's legs were brutally chopped off by her brothers over a property dispute in Khanewal city in Pakistan's Punjab province, a media report said
Escape of Naveed Jaat: From smartphones to stacks of books, Indian jails offer ill-justified luxuries to terror convicts
It is common knowledge that criminals and politicians lodged in jails across India enjoy the luxury of good foods and smartphones.
A Pakistani woman who gave her husband poisoned milk ended up killing him and 12 of his family when the tainted liquid was turned into a yoghurt drink and served to him and his relatives.
Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch's father says will never forgive my son for killing my beloved daughter
"I wish no girl is born to a poor family," says Muhammad Azeem, the father of Pakistan's social media sensation Qandeel Baloch, who was killed by her brother in the name of 'honour' last year
Pakistan oil tanker fire: Death toll jumps to 206; 125 bodies remain unidentified due to severe burns
The number of deaths caused by an explosion of a tanker loaded with petrol in Pakistan a week ago has climbed to 206
At least six people, including four women, were killed and 24 others injured today, after a passenger van caught fire in Pakistan's Multan city in Punjab province
The death toll in the oil tanker inferno in Pakistan rose to 194, prompting the government to suspend six officials including a DSP-level officer for negligence
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.
The four were among dozens brought to the main government hospital in Multan, Pakistan after an oil tanker overturned and burst into flames.
Eid celebrations in Pakistan were on Monday overshadowed by the grisly oil tanker explosion as the death toll in the catastrophic fire rose to 160