Coronavirus cases in Pakistan reach 1,865
The Ministry of Health Services in its update on dedicated website showed that the largest province of Punjab had maximum 652 patients. It is followed by Sindh with 627, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) with 221, Balochistan 153, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) 148, Islamabad 58 and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir 6 cases of Covid-19. The website reported 148 new patients in the last 24 hours.
Coronavirus cases in Pakistan surge to 189
Provincial authorities confirmed five new cases of the novel coronavirus in Sindh, pushing the cou...
India slams Pakistan for connecting Coronavirus to J&K lock-down
India slams Pakistan for connecting Coronavirus to J&K lock-down. Pak is pol...
More nationals in Pakistan jails than acknowledged: India
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) informed the Lok Sabha last week that 337 Indian prisoners, including fishermen, were believed to be in Pakistan's custody. However, as per the lists exchanged between India and Pakistan on January 1, Pakistan acknowledged the custody of only 261 Indian prisoners.
Zafar Mirza, State Minister of Health of Pakistan cries Kashmir at SAARC meet
Pakistan does it again, raises Kashmir at SAARC meet.'Lift restrictions on J&K to curb Cornavirus', says Zafar Mirza, State Minister of Heal...
No China link to local coronavirus cases: Pakistan
These statements were issued by senior Pakistan government officials. Pakistan, in return, received an eight-member medical expert team from China over the weekend to assist Islamabad to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
Procedures simplified for West Pakistan Refugees to avail benefits in J&K
In a decision taken by the administrative council headed by Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu, the requirement to submit succession certificates has been dispensed with for all WPRs to claim benefits under the package, in case the original WPR who is entitled for relief under the package has died, an official spokesman said.
Will participate in SAARC video conference on coronavirus: Pakistan on PM Modi's proposal
PM Modi reached out to the eight-member regional grouping yesterday and pitched for a video conference among the SAARC leaders to chalk out a strong strategy to combat coronavirus outbreak. Pakistan responded positively to Modi's proposal, saying it was ready to participate in the conference.
Pakistan's coronavirus tally rises to 34
A new confirmed case of the novel coronavirus surfaced early Sunday in Islamabad, bringing Pakistan's total number of cases to 34, according to a media report.
Pakistan uses SAARC video conference on coronavirus to raise Kashmir, calls for lifting of 'lockdown'
Pakistan has been trying to internationalise the Kashmir issue but India has asserted that the abrogation of Article 370 was its "internal matter".
Pakistan PM's aide to participate in SAARC video conference on coronavirus
Prime Minister Modi reached out to the eight-member regional grouping on Friday and pitched for a video conference among the leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) to chalk out a strong strategy to combat the virus outbreak. His suggestion was backed by all member states of SAARC.
Pakistan emulates ‘Chinese model’ of social distancing
However, videos of people violating the social distancing measures have gone viral, according to media reports in Pakistan. In this situation, the government is considering introducing stringent steps across the country, including the commercial hub of Karachi.
Platform was humanitarian, not political: MEA on Pakistan raising Kashmir during SAARC video-conference
"A crisis of this magnitude does not recognise borders. In this spirit, the prime minister had called the SAARC video-conference on coronavirus. The platform was not political, but humanitarian. They misused it," MEA spokesperson said on Pakistan raising Kashmir during the video-conference.
India proposes online platform for SAARC to jointly combat coronavirus
At an India-initiated video conference of SAARC leaders on March 15, Modi suggested that health professionals of the member nations could come together to jointly fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Pakistan misusing Kashmir for its political agenda, say EU experts
European experts have lambasted over Pakistan for "misusing" Kashmir for its political agenda at a side event during the 43rd session of UN ...
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