Pakistan court rejects Pervez Musharraf's plea for adjournment on hearing, cancels his right of defence
A special court in Pakistan rejected Pervez Musharraf's plea to adjourn of the hearing of a high treason case against him on medical grounds.
Pervez Musharraf hails LeT, JuD as 'patriotic' groups, says he is ready for alliance with them for 'Pakistan's safety'
Hailing LeT and JuD terror groups as "patriotic", former military dictator Pervez Musharraf has said that he was ready to enter into an alliance with them for Pakistan's "safety and security"
Some Rohingyas have been found with links to Pakistan's ISI, the Islamic State terror group and extremist outfits targeting India, the Centre said on Monday.
Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf wants to appear in person rather than testify through a video link in the Benazir Bhutto murder case, his lawyer has said.
Pakistan court issues non-bailable arrest warrant against Musharraf for his failure to appear when summoned
ATC judge Sohail Ikram expressed displeasure at absence of Musharraf and said he should have sought permission from the court before proceeding abroad, while hearing the case against Musharraf for allegedly putting the judges of the superior courts under detention after imposing emergency in 2007.
Why we must talk about the Pak women's protection bill and its attempt to reconcile rights and Islam
Pakistan’s Punjab Assembly passed the Women’s Protection Bill last month. The bill seeks to provide legal protection to women from abuse.
Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf told a local news channel that if India continues to threaten retaliation, Pakistan knows how to respond in the same coin.
Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Wednesday said his organisation is not against "pleasant and friendly" ties between India and Pakistan.
Sena criticises Modi's Lahore visit, says Pakistan's 'cursed' soil a death knell for politicians' careers
Citing examples of AB Vajpayee and LK Advani, Shiv Sena said that political careers of leaders who got too close to Pakistan have been on the wane.
A series of interviews following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kashmir a week ago have given a clear insight into why he did not allude to India-Pakistan talks.
Pervez Musharraf's admission that Pakistan aided and trained terror groups like LeT is "not surprising" and the link between the 26/11 attackers and some elements in the Pakistani government cannot be credibly denied.
A former Pakistan Air Force (PAF) junior technician, convicted in former president Pervez Musharraf assassination attempt case, was executed on Wednesday.
Pakistan's ex-president Pervez Musharraf blamed India for LoC ceasefire violation. He said India should stop testing Pakistan Army's "patience and resolve."
Chief prosecutor Akram Sheikh alleged that one of Musharraf's lawyers tried to attack him after a verbal altercation.
Inside days, Pakistan's prime minister has to choose a new chief for the country's most important institution, its army. His past choices have ended in disaster--and this time may be no different.
"I don't see this as a terribly large or significant event. I could be surprised, but I don't see this as terribly consequential," the US Ambassador to Pakistan, Richard Olson, told a Washington audience yesterday while responding to questions on the return of the former Pak General.