Pakistan PM finds difficult to accept that Kashmir is now back on road to progress: Shringla
Shringla said Pakistan has a "vested interest in preventing prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir, and in the Ladakh area of Kashmir, because a weak economy fuels separatist sentiments in some quarters."
Imran Khan warns of possibility of conventional war with India
Pakistan downgraded its diplomatic relations with India and expelled the India...
Pakistan has spent billions of rupees on JuD, admits its minister
The Pakistani Prime Minister also said that they had 40 different militant ...
Pakistan steps up infiltration bids, FATF watching
Against the backdrop of provocative moves from Pakistan related to terror, the FATF will meet in Paris in the first week of October when its deadline given to Islamabad ends.
Pakistan may seek US intervention against tough conditions of FATF, IMF
The Paris-based body warned Islamabad to meet its commitment by October or face action, which could possibly lead to the country getting blacklisted.
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Pakistan continually raises the nuclear bogey to attract world attention.
Imran sets up body to help meet FATF targets
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has set up a high-powered 12-member National Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Coordination Committee to ensure execution of all FATF-related tasks till December 1, a media report said on Monday.
Pakistan submits compliance report to FATF
This round is not directly linked to Pakistan's performance on its commitments with the FATF on money laundering and terror-financing, but its assessment report can indirectly impact the country's position to move out of the grey list.
FATF Asia-Pacific Group puts Pakistan in 'enhanced blacklist': Officials
The Asia Pacific Group (APG) of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has also found that Pakistan was non-compliant on 32 of the 40 compliance parameters of terror financing and money laundering.
Fearing blacklisting, Pak PM plans to meet FATF leaders
Imran Khan could also utilise the opportunity to focus on Kashmir issue after failing to garner international support on his narrative
Inaction on terror funding could see Pakistan in black list
Pakistan failed on 10 of the 11 parameters it was assessed on at the Asia-Pacific Group (APG) for inaction on terrorism finance and money laundering.
ED case in INX Media built on well crafted laundering scheme
The affidavit submitted to the court outlines the creation of a web of shell companies both in India and in many other countries for routing/layering and laundering proceeds of crime.
Pakistan hands over dossier on Indian 'support to terrorism'
With India's diplomatic offensive against Pakistan's Kashmir campaign entering full throttle mode, Islamabad is throwing all that it has got into it.
Sebi begins work on easing norms for FPIs
Sebi called for meeting with HR Khan-led panel on easing the norms on Friday.
US leans heavily on Pakistan to secure its Afghan interests
Pak says its support on Afghanistan would depend on lowering of tensions along Line of Control.
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