Imran Khan-led govt's days are numbered, warns Pakistani cleric Fazlur Rehman
Speaking at a sit-in in Bannu city in southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday, the hard-line cleric and leader of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) hit out at the prime minister for calling opposition leaders "thieves".
Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif leaves for London for medical treatment
Sharif, 69, is accompanied by his younger brother Shehbaz Sharif and ...
Court reserves judgement in Musharraf treason case, to announce verdict on Nov 28: Pak media
A special Pakistani court on Tuesday reserved it...
Jemima Khan seeks Dr D's help, says says she needs a way out of Pak media's madness
Pakistan media recently claimed that Wikipedia is Khan's cousin.
Pakistan court allows ailing Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for treatment
The Lahore High Courtsaid that the duration could be extended upon doctors' recommendation, Dawn news reported. Sharif, 69, is suffering from multiple health complications, including erratic platelet count, and is currently being treated at his residence near Lahore where an ICU has been set up.
BJP slams Navjot Sidhu for praising Imran Khan
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra criticised Sidhu's remarks praising Imran Khan and describing him as the king of hearts. Sidhu had said, "Sikandar (Alexander) had won the world with fear and you won the heart all over the world." Patra alleged that by making such remarks, Sidhu sought to show Pakistan and Khan on a higher pedestal than India.
Pakistan a DNA of terrorism, home of all shades of darkness: India at UNESCO
"Pakistan's neurotic behaviour has resulted in its decline to a nearly failed state with its weak economy, radicalised society and deep-rooted DNA of terrorism," Ananya Agarwal, who led the Indian delegation to the UNESCO General Conference being held in Paris. "We condemn Pakistan's disappointing misuse of UNESCO to spew venom against India and politicise it," she added.
Watch: Imran Khan inaugurates Kartarpur corridor on Pak side
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated other side of Kartarpur corridor on November 9. The corridor was inaugurated from both the si...
When Captain Amarinder helped Imran Khan discover a special connect between their families
There was one another, equally interesting subject of common interest they discovered and talked about during the short bus ride from the Pakistan side of the zero line to Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara.
PM inaugurates Kartarpur corridor, flags off first jatha of pilgrims & thanks Imran Khan for understanding India's sentiment
The corridor links Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan, the final resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, to Dera Baba Nanak shrine in this Punjab district. Modi is flagging off the first batch of over 500 Indian pilgrims that will travel to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Narowal district of Pakistan's Punjab province through the Kartarpur corridor.
Pakistan cabinet 'conditionally' allows Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for treatment
The 69-year-old Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo agreed on Friday to go to the UK for treatment, heeding doctors' advice and accepting his family's request. He was scheduled to leave for London on a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight on Sunday morning.
Watch: Navjot Sidhu reads love ballads for Imran Khan in Kartarpur
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on November 9 went to Kartarpur to attend the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur corridor on a special in...
BJP seeks apology from Sonia Gandhi over Navjot Singh Sidhu’s ‘love ballads’ for Imran Khan
BJP on November 10 demanded an apology from Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi over her party leader Navjot Singh Sidhu, who read “love...
Kartarpur corridor: PM Modi thanks Imran Khan Niazi for understanding India's sentiment
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday thanked his Pakistan counterpart Imran Khan for understanding India's sentiment on the issue of the K...
Contradicting PM Imran Khan, Pakistan Army says Indian pilgrims will need passport to visit Kartarpur
The comments by Pakistan Army spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor came a day after India asked Pakistan to clarify whether passport will be required by the Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara in Kartarpur. "As we have a security link, the entry would be a legal one under a permit on a passport-based identity. There will be no compromise on security or sovereignty," Ghafoor said.
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