How Mr.“U-turn” Khan totally neglected Pakistan’s socio-economic development
The education budget allocation remains well below the prescribed 4% of GDP and poor education planning results in supply and demand mismatches. Nearly 22.5 million children are out of school in Pakistan.
India-Pakistan clash over Nizam of Hyderabad funds in U.K.
The dispute revolves around 1,007,940 pounds and nine shillings that were transfer...
Ailing Pakistan gets $3 billion bailout from Qatar
The Gulf state is the 4th nation that has come forward to rescue Pakistan from default dur...
Pakistan looking to mislead FATF with criticism of India?
Qureshi was said to have visited many FATF member countries before the Orlando plenary.
Earn respect of officials: PM to ministers
A conscious effort to stay off issues that can spark controversies and the need to protect the government’s image are also clear rules of the game under Modi 2.0.
Pakistan feared India strike, hid sub for counter-attack after Balakot
Pakistanis were getting an impression that New Delhi might use its maritime force to avenge the killing of its 40 CRPF personnel in the suicide bombing in J&K by Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).
Pakistan's ex-foreign minister Abdul Sattar dies: Foreign Office
Sattar, a career diplomat and two-time foreign minister, passed away on Sunday, according to the Foreign Office.
Afghan leaders begin peace summit in Pakistan
The conference is to be followed by meetings and working sessions over the next two days, all of which come in the run-up to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's visit to Pakistan next week.
Is Pakistan dragging its feet on Kartarpur corridor?
Though, half of work is complete, Pakistan seems to be dragging its feet on the construction of Kartarpur corridor.
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