Pakistan's NSA Nasser Janjua's sudden resignation breeds conspiracy theories, unfounded reports of rift with caretaker PM
Nasser Janjua's resignation has created much speculation in Pakistan at a time when media, and almost everyone else, is knee-deep in conspiracy theories.
Janjua's replacement has not been announced so far but the resignation coincided with the induction of retired Lt Gen Khalid Naeem Lodhi in the Cabinet.
In a significant diplomatic development, India has invited Pakistan's commerce minister Pervaiz Malik to participate in an informal WTO meeting in New Delhi
Pakistan daily says New Delhi, Islamabad need to engage; national security cannot be subjugated to domestic politics
India and Pakistan have no choice but to keep engaging themselves for a better neighbourhood, a leading Pakistani newspaper said
National Security Adviser Nasser Janjua has said Pakistan and India "cannot remain enemies forever" and they need to engage and resolve bilateral disputes.
An extremely significant exclusive <a href="http://www.dawn.com/news/1288350/exclusive-act-against-militants-or-face-international-isolation-civilians-tell-military" target="_blank">news report by Pakistani newspaper <em>Dawn</em></a> has exposed Pakistan's direct hand in sponsoring terrorism.
The National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan talked on Monday morning to reduce tension between the two neighbouring nations along the Line of Control.
Upping the ante, Pakistan on Friday decided to approach the UN Human Rights Council over the Kashmir situation and request it to send a fact-finding mission there as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a high-level meeting which was dominated by the Kashmir issue.