26/11 attacks: Trial in Pakistan adjourned till June 25
An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case has adjourned the hearing till June 25.
26/11 attacks case: Ajmal Kasab's statement submitted in Pakistan court
A private witness Hamza Bin Tariq also appeared in the court and reco...
26/11 case: Prosecution asks for shifting trial to Adiala jail
The prosecution lawyers submitted the application yesterday in the court for s...
No change of heart: Why Pakistan now offers intelligence cooperation with India
For the past 48 hours the nation has been on tenterhooks. In other words, the nation has been terrorised without the terrorists having shown themselves.
Former Pakistan Governor's assassin hanged
Pakistan today executed former police commando Mumtaz Qadri, convicted for assassinating former Punjab governor Salman Taseer.
How long will China save Masood Azhar?
The China-Pakistan relationship is very deep, Pakistan being China’s only real ally at present.
Firing near women's college sparks panic in Pakistan
The incident occurred in Government Waqar-un-Nisa Girls College located at Sir Sayyiad Chowk area of Rawalpindi.
Pervez Musharraf gets exemption from court on medical grounds
Pervez Musharraf was today exempted from personal appearance by a Pakistani anti-terror court that is hearing a case against the embattled former dictator over the detention of judges in 2007.
View: Thank you, Pakistan, for this gesture
To be churlish about Varthaman being released for what Khan states he is being released for – “as a gesture of peace” – is to only suggest that one doesn't want Varthaman’s release.
View: Will Balakot make the client State’s new client less bashful?
The historical reason for Pakistan becoming a client State of the United States is well-established.
New York Times journalist's house raided in Pakistan; probe ordered
The New York Times' Pakistan correspondent accused the Rangers of raiding his house illegally, triggering a storm on the social media with the Interior Minister ordering a probe into the incident.
Several killed at mosque near Pak's military HQ in Rawalpindi
At least 39 people have been killed in an attack on a mosque near military barracks in Pakistan's garrison city of Rawalpindi.
View: Pakistan will not change, India has to prepare better
Jihadi terrorism remains the perfect instrument for Pakistan for continuously coercing India.
New Pakistan Army chief visits troops on LoC
This was his first visit to the region since taking over late last month, and part of a series of trips to army bases around the country.
View: India needs to do away with its take-it easy Pakistan policy
India’s choices over the past few decades haven’t moved beyond issuing demarches, summoning ambassadors and relying on the benevolence of others.