'Pakistanis back Army to counter Indian aggression'
"Pakistan has an army of 220 million people, including the youth, students, labourers, farmers and others, who are at the back of their forces," the Minister said, according to Geo News.
Tension over Kashmir not to affect TAPI: Pakistan assures Turkmenistan
Some Pakistani experts raised doubts about the future of the the Turkm...
Pakistan skips Military Medicine Conference hosted by India
Defence Ministry officials confirmed that Pakistani was invited to the event.
International community believes India, not us: Pakistan minister on Kashmir
Pakistan Interior Minister asserted that Pakistan has failed to convince international community over Kashmir issue.
India hoping to retain support at UNHRC till Sept 19
India is in touch with its partners in the council and hopes that their support to its arguments would remain intact.
Pakistan reactivates 7 launch pads on LoC to push in 275 jihadis
Pakistan has reactivated its terror camps and seven launch pads along the Line of Control (LoC) to infiltrate around 275 terrorists, including Afghan and Pashtun mercenaries, into J&K.
India takes strong exception to reference of J&K in Pak-China joint statement
Pakistan and China on Sunday discussed the Kashmir issue during Wang Yi's visit to Islamabad.
Pakistan's cenbank holds rates, says recent hikes enough to tame inflation
Its current monetary policy stance was appropriate to slash inflation to the target range of 5-7% over the next 24 months, it said.
US, Australia, Pakistan: Countries that constructed their capital city out of nothing
In 1960, Brazil started moving its capital from the congested Rio de Janeiro
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.
Imran hints N-war as a ‘consequence’ of Pakistan losing conventional war
Raking up the Kashmir issue, Khan said: “Eight million Muslims in Kashmir are under siege for almost now six weeks. He made these comments in an interview to Al Jazeera .
No change in Pakistan's nuclear policy: FO says on Imran's statement
Addressing a gathering of the Sikh community at the Governor's House in Lahore on Monday evening, Imran Khan said both India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed countries and if tension escalates, the world will face danger.
Senior Indian diplomat meets Kulbhushan Jadhav after Pakistan grants consular access: Media report
The meeting came a month after a similar interaction between Indian officials and Jadhav did not materialise amid differences between New Delhi and Islamabad.
Company threatens to cut off power supply of Pak PM's office over non-payment of bills
The Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) on Wednesday issued a notice to the PM Secretariat that it will cut off the power supply if the bills were not cleared.
India gets consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav for first time
India's Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad Gaurav Ahluwalia met the retired Indian Navy officer at a sub-jail here, amid tensions between the two countries over Kashmir.
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