Delhi riots: Pakistan media says India's claims of being secular 'thoroughly exposed', Imran Khan calls on global community to act
The media in Pakistan extensively covered the riots in Delhi, saying that saffron mobs 'ran amok' and that India's claims of being a secular republic have been 'exposed'.
Imran Khan claims Pakistani media freer than Britain's press, says his govt wishes to regulate not censor
A recent report by the Commission for Protection of Journalists (CPJ) stated that the situation of the press and media in Pakistan is now more than alarming and manifests itself in increasingly insidious and more difficult ways to fight
S Jaishankar apprises Parliament of ICJ verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case, reiterates Centre's 'vigorous efforts' for his return
S Jaishankar apprised both the Houses of Parliament regarding the International Court of Justice (ICJ)'s verdict on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case and said that the Centre will "vigorously" continue its efforts to ensure the safe return of the Indian national who is currently in Pakistan's custody.
'Vindicated at ICJ': Pakistan news media hails international court's verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav case as 'moral victory'
Majority of the Pakistani media also carried the statement of the only dissenting opinion in the Jadhav case, the ad-hoc judge from Pakistan Tassaduq Hussain Jillani, who opposed India's arguments based on the Vienna Convention.
Pakistan SC bars private channels from airing Indian films, TV shows; petitioner says India did same
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday barred private channels from airing Indian films and television shows, amid escalating tensions between the two countries following the Pulwama terror attack.
IAF pilot's return: Pakistani op-eds hail Imran Khan's restraint, Indian news channels quick to term it 'diplomatic victory'
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan's announcement that the captured pilot would be returned elicited jubilation on both sides. In Pakistan, thinkers claimed a diplomatic victory and lauded Imran for his meditated responses in the scenario. India too hailed this as its own victory
India isolating Pakistan with accusation of harbouring terror, says Pakistani media after Pulwama attack
The attack on a CRPF convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Thursday has sent ripples of shock through the country and the international community.
100 days of Imran Khan: Overreach by military, judiciary undermines Pakistan civil authority and gagging media doesn't help
Notwithstanding Imran Khan backtracking on Pakistan election promises regarding key foreign policy and internal issues, for which his detractors derisively call him Mr U-turn, the first 100 days of his government can rightly be called the proverbial smooth-sailing so far as his relations with the hyper judiciary and an overarching military is concerned.
Pakistan Elections: How the country's judiciary and military gagged media and influenced public opinion
Ahead of the general election, the Pakistan Army, which has always been extremely sensitive about what is written about the country's domestic or foreign policies, tamed media outlets, reporters and columnists
In a first, a Sikh man has been hired as an anchor by a news channel in Pakistan.
Pakistani media gripped by fear of military ahead of General Elections as criticism of establishment could risk abduction, torture
The Pakistan military has tagged a number of journalists, bloggers and activists as anti-state and anti-military, curbing dissent ahead of the elections.
'Campaign of fear' drives Pakistan's journalists to self-censorship as pressure mounts ahead of General Election
With the Pakistan General Elections just a month away, journalists in Pakistan claim a "campaign of fear" is being run "against anyone criticising the establishment" especially the military
'Marvellous madness' of diplomacy: Full spectrum of Pakistan media's view of Kulbhushan Jadhav reunion
An oped in The News International says that for Pakistan Jadhav, "plainly remains a spy and terrorist who has been sentenced to death."
'End of an era': Pakistan media mourns as Muhammad Ali Jinnah's 'historic' daughter Dina Wadia passes away
Pakistani media reports were flooded with condolences and praise for Dina Wadia, who passed away in New York.
Sushma Swaraj</a>’s speech at UN calling Pakistan an “export factory for terror” drew sharp reactions from the country’s media calling it a “vicious attack on Pakistan”.
Kulbhushan Jadhav case in ICJ: Pakistan analysts slam defence, speculate on world court's jurisdiction
Media in Pakistan and across the world gave a myriad of reactions to the verdict after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) put on hold the death sentence of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan to submit reply to ICJ in 2 days; govt terms move a 'diversionary tactic'
Pakistani officials on Wednesday kept mum over the International Court of Justice's stay over the execution of Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death by a military court on charges of "spying". Pakistan has not officially reacted to the Hague-based ICJ's order.
Kulbhushan Jadhav sentenced to death: Pakistani media lauds decision to hang former Indian naval officer
Pakistan media has lauded the death sentence, which was given to Indian businessman Kulbhushan Jadhav on charges of spying by a Pakistan military court on Monday.
Don't be 'crass' like Indian media while covering Lahore attacks! Pak media regulator issues guidelines to local channels
Pakistan's electronic media regulatory body on Sunday released a statement for the Pakistani media asking them to be "professional" and "responsible" when reporting on Lahore attacks.
ICC World T20: If everyone is a victim in Pakistan cricket, who is responsible for the shambolic show?
None of leaders of this Pakistan team, including the captain, has been able to soak up any criticism. Instead they shrug the responsibility off their shoulders and blame everything on everyone else.