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Islamabad keen to boost ties with Dhaka...

Islamabad keen to boost ties with...

Foreign Affairs

Fri, Feb 12 2021

The High Commissioner laid emphasis on exchange of business delegations, direct flights and shipping...

Taliban delegation visits Islamabad,...

Taliban envoy set to have leadership...

World

Wed, Dec 16 2020

The Taliban last visited Islamabad in August, just before the peace talks with the Afghan government...

Pakistan army chief to visit Saudi Arabia...

Pakistan army chief to visit Saudi...

South Asia

Thu, Aug 13 2020

'If you cannot convene it, then I'll be compelled to ask Prime Minister Imran Khan to call a...

Pakistan, India in fresh row over alleged...

Pakistan, India in fresh row over alleged...

South Asia

Wed, Jun 17 2020

Pakistan officials went on to allege the two Indian men had also been carrying fake currency and said...

Islamabad expresses 'disappointment'...

Islamabad expresses 'disappointment'...

South Asia

Sat, Sep 22 2018

The Pakistan government blames India for 'once again wasting an opportunity to change the dynamics...

Hoping against hope, Pakistan's transgender...

Hoping against hope, Pakistan's transgender...

South Asia

Tue, Jul 10 2018

In 2009, Pakistan became one of the first countries in the world to legally recognise a third sex, allowing...

Pakistan bars US diplomat from leaving...

Pakistan bars US diplomat from leaving...

South Asia

Sun, May 13 2018

The latest blow to relations came on Saturday, when Pakistani authorities banned a US military attache...

Pakistan could face US aid cuts over...

Pakistan could face US aid cuts over...

South Asia

Thu, Apr 12 2018

The State Department declined comment, except to cite the penalties available under the US anti-human...

Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary observed...

Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary observed...

Bangladesh

Sat, Mar 17 2018

In Islamabad, members of the expatriate Bangladesh community and their families participated in a daylong...

Pakistan extends Afghan refugees' stay...

Pakistan extends Afghan refugees' stay...

South Asia

Thu, Feb 1 2018

In 2016, nearly 400,000 refugees returned during a campaign by Pakistan to press them to go home. Last...

US weighs Pakistani blowback as it piles...

US weighs Pakistani blowback as it piles...

South Asia

Sat, Jan 6 2018

The United States has long blamed the militant safe-havens in Pakistan for prolonging the war in...

Pakistan searches its soul

Pakistan searches its soul

Ekram Kabir , Ekram Kabir

Fri, Jan 5 2018

Is Trump’s tweet a game-changer?

Pakistan minister resigns as officials...

Pakistan minister resigns as officials...

South Asia

Mon, Nov 27 2017

Seven people were killed and nearly 200 wounded after a police bid to disperse protesters in Islamabad...

Pakistan's army silent as Islamists,...

Pakistan's army silent as Islamists,...

South Asia

Sun, Nov 26 2017

'We will not leave. We will fight until end,' Tehreek-e-Labaik party spokesman Ejaz Ashrafi said on...

Five things to know about the Pakistan...

Five things to know about the Pakistan...

South Asia

Sun, Nov 26 2017

Pakistan's civilian government have long pulled their punches in such situations, fearing that a crackdown...

Pakistan issues last warning to Islamists...

Pakistan issues last warning to Islamists...

South Asia

Sat, Nov 18 2017

A government official, Khalid Abbasi, said protesters on the road were carrying rods and sticks

Ousted Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif appears...

Ousted Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif appears...

South Asia

Mon, Oct 2 2017

The Supreme Court deposed Sharif in July following an investigation into corruption allegations against...

Pakistan ex-military ruler Musharraf...

Pakistan ex-military ruler Musharraf...

South Asia

Thu, Aug 31 2017

The verdicts are the first to be issued since Bhutto, the first female prime minister of a Muslim country,...

Pakistan freezes accounts of 5,000 suspected...

Pakistan freezes accounts of 5,000 suspected...

South Asia

Sun, Jun 4 2017

In 2015, Pakistan was exempted from its scrutiny after a similar session applauded the country’s progress...

Indian forces launch major anti-militant...

Indian forces launch major anti-militant...

South Asia

Thu, May 4 2017

Witnesses said hundreds of residents came out onto the streets in two villages, Sug and Tarkwangan, during...

Walking a tightrope

Walking a tightrope

The coddling of religious extremists for political gain can spell disaster for a country