Nearly 354 Kashmiri students stranded in India for over six months permitted to travel to Pakistan
“We approached Indian and Pakistani authorities and urged them to allow our travel before the start of the semester,” a third-year student of Rawalpindi Medical University from southern Kashmir told ET over the phone. “There are about 354 students who have been permitted to travel. Any delay would have resulted in the waste of a full academic year.”
The Resistance Front echoes Pakistan PM on BJP confirming links with Rawalpindi
On Monday TRF issued a statement alleging that the new domici...
High-security Islamabad airport lacks bomb detection and disposal squads: Report
As per the intelligence, the Islamabad airport, which is sur...
Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi moved to military hospital after testing positive for Covid-19
Islamabad, Jul 4 () Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was shifted to a military hospital in Rawalpindi on Saturday, a day after he tested positive for the coronavirus and went into self-isolation.
Jaish chief injured in Rawalpindi hospital blast?
The Pakistan army on Monday remained tight-lipped about the blast that hit its Rawalpindi hospital where Jaish-e-Muhammed's chief Masood Azhar was being treated for his renal ailment.
Pak Army plane crashes near Rawalpindi; 19 killed
Pakistan has a poor air safety track record, with plane and helicopter crashes occurring frequently over the years.
Ahead of FATF meeting, Pakistan arrests 4 Hafiz Saeed aides
The arrested people have been identified as Zafar Iqbal, Hafiz Yahya Aziz, Muhammad Ashraf and Abdul Salam. The four aides will appear before a trial court on Friday.
Pulwama Attack: Investigation points to Rawalpindi connection
The US has also asked Pakistan to give up its resistance on UN blacklisting of the terrorist group and its chief.
Mumbai terror attack trial in Rawalpindi stuck
Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif had assured both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his predecessor Manmohan Singh of taking this case to its logical conclusion.
Pak Army plane crashes in Rawalpindi, kills 17 people, including two pilots
The plane crashed in the suburbs of Mora Kalu village, killing 12 civilians and five crew members and destroying five to six houses, the Pakistan Army said.
74 passengers killed in Pakistan train inferno
Flames roared through the train cars as the train approached the town of Liaquatpur in Punjab. Authorities said they were still trying to identify the victims and that the lists of fatalities and those injured were not ready yet. Several of the injured had jumped off the train - many to their deaths - after the fire broke out.
Taliban's 'godfather' Maulana Samiul Haq stabbed to death in Rawalpindi
Haq was elected twice to Pakistan's parliament on Islami Jamhoori Itehad ticket.
No fresh recruitment of local youth among militant ranks in J-K: DGP
The DGP also said there are some incidents of terrorists threatening fruit dealers in south Kashmir against collecting fruits but police is aware about the situation.
After Centre's move on Article 370, Pakistan stepping up infiltration efforts in J&K: Indian Army
The Indian Army’s assessment is that there is mounting pressure on the Pak Army-ISI combine within Pakistan “to show visible action” on the Kashmir front.
Pakistan Army prepared to 'go to any extent' to help Kashmiris: General Bajwa
General Bajwa presided over the Corps Commanders Conference, which is the highest decision making forum of the army, held at General Headquarters on a single point agenda of Kashmir.