England will play two Twenty20 internationals in Karachi on 14 and 15 October in their first visit to Pakistan since 2005.
Pakistan ready to hold talks with new Indian govt for peace, prosperity of region, says Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
The results of India's general elections are very significant for Pakistan as the new government in New Delhi will determine the course of Indo-Pakistan ties, which were pushed to a new low after the Pulwama terror attack.
Pakistan's terror ties mark departure from Lahore Resolution; Imran should revisit founding doctrine for course correction
Imran Khan has the option of taking Narendra Modi's message to heart
China calls 26/11 Mumbai attacks one of the ‘most notorious’, opposes linking terrorism ’with specific countries’
China made the remark t on the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attacks, blamed on Pakistan-based Hafiz Saeed, in a white paper on its crackdown on militants in Xianjiang.
Pakistan govt, army must get their stories straight to prove they are serious about acting against terrorist groups
The first and foremost step Pakistan — and we mean both the army and government — must take is acknowledge together the presence of terrorist groups in the country and not feign innocence when the world blames it for the attacks in Kashmir.
British prime minister Theresa May emphasised the importance of Pakistan taking action against all terrorist groups in a call with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, May's office said.
IAF's strikes in Pakistan, empty coffers leave Imran Khan with two choices: End terror and govern or fight India
The Indian Air Force conducted airstrikes across the LoC to attack well-known terrorist camps deep inside Pakistan. Pakistan's Major General Asif Ghafoor chose to say that the attacks were carried out in Muzaffarabad, but India's foreign secretary confirmed that the IAF operation targeted a JeM camp.
Pakistan continues to face FATF blacklisting threat due to inaction against Hafiz Saeed-linked groups
Pakistani government officials who participated in the FATF meetings reveal that the biggest concern of the task force is the status of groups affiliated with Hafiz Saeed.
Saudi Arabia backing Pakistan's 'efforts to combat terror' concern for India ahead of Crown Prince's Delhi visit
In a joint statement, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan made a jibe at the 'politicisationg of UN's listing methods', an attack on India's efforts to have JeM Masood Azhar designated as a global terrorist.
US citizen on way to Pakistan to join LeT arrested at John F Kennedy airport; had told undercover agent he wants to 'shoot people'
A 29-year-old New York City man was arrested as he was about to catch a flight to Pakistan to join the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), in a dangerous sign that the Pakistan-based terror group, which carried out the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has expanded its tentacles in the US.
Pakistan rejects Sushma Swaraj's UNGA speech, claims India 'practices terrorism as state policy instrument'
Sushma Swaraj and Pakistan's Shah Mahmood Qureshi were supposed to meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. India called it off only a day after it was announced, after the killing of a BSF constable in Kashmir.
BSF jawan killed along International Border: India must retaliate against Pakistan; IB is fair game for Delhi too
Pakistani troops slit the throat of the Border Security Force solider earlier this week after fatally shooting him along the International Border near Jammu.
Ahead of FATF review, heat is on Pakistan as Asia-Pacific Policy Group says country's counter-terror efforts are not enough
Pakistan has been feeling the pressure since early this year, when the FATF approved its nomination for terror monitoring, followed by grey-listing it in June.
India should watch Imran Khan's actions not his words; Pakistan must tackle terror before expecting warmth from Delhi
India has to accept that with Imran Khan's election, nothing changes except the guard, and that clearly is not enough for any display of exuberance or expect change from Pakistan.
MEA hopes new Pakistan govt helps build 'terror-free South Asia', says India desires peace with neighbours
After his PTI won the Pakistan elections, Imran Khan had said he government would try to resolve all disputes with India, including the "core issue" of Kashmir.
BRICS Summit in Xiamen: Narendra Modi schedule includes leaders' dialogue, bilateral meetings with Putin and Xi Jinping
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Xiamen on Sunday night to attend the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) Summit, is expected to attend the plenary session on Monday morning, where leaders of five countries will speak, according to a report in The Times of India.
BRICS Summit begins in Xiamen today: India-China bilateral ties may overshadow New Delhi's agenda at meet
The three-day BRICS summit is set to begin on Sunday in China's southwestern city of Xiamen where India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are likely to meet on the sidelines.
Donald Trump vows to win 'unwinnable war' in Afghanistan: US president should learn from past presidents and precedents
How he plans to do so is still murky despite the months of internal deliberations that ultimately persuaded Trump to stick with a conflict he has long opposed.
Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, President Donald Trump recommitted the United States to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan Monday night.