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15 suspected militants killed in Pakistan airstrikes

At least 15 suspected militants were killed by airstrikes near the the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Tuesday.The airstrikes were carried out in Khyber region's Rajgal area, Dawn online reported.The militants ... Prokerala, 1 month ago

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Pakistan hands dossiers of Indian hand in terrorism to UN chief

Dawn Publication Date : 02-10-2015 Three dossiers containing proof of Indian involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan have been handed over to the United Nations, Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign ...
 ACQ Magazine2 days ago Pakistan's economy: Adrift without a plan  ACQ Magazine2 days ago Pakistan accuses India of using terrorism bogey to vitiate ties  Livemint.com2 days ago War against militancy: No space for new terror outfits, warns army chief  The Express Tribune2 days ago
Siasat Daily

Kashmir unfinished agenda of Indo-Pak ties, world must help resolve dispute, says ISPR

Islamabad: The Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations, the media wing of the Pakistan armed forces, Lieutenant General Asim Bajwa on Friday described the resolution of the Kashmir issue as the unfinished agenda of the relations ...
 Siasat Daily2 days ago Athar Abbas to take over ambassadorial charge in Ukraine next month  Pakistan Observer3 days ago
The Freepress Journal

Hafiz Saeed criticises Pakistan for not supporting Kashmiris fully

The government is not only providing security to Saeed but also to his public meetings across the country especially in Punjab. LAHORE: JuD chiefHafiz Saeed today criticised the Pakistan government for not doing enough to support Kashmiris as he led ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Pakistan no doing enough for Kashmir's freedom: Hafiz Saeed  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Hafiz Saeed raps Pakistan government for not doing enough for Kashmiris  DNA India1 week ago Hafiz Saeed slams Pakistan govt for not doing enough ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago
DAWN Group

Pakistan PMO likely to raise PM Modi's statement on Bangladesh creation at UN

According to the Dawn, in his speech delivered at Dhaka University last month, Modi publicly accepted the Indian Government and its people's role in the creation of Bangladesh in 1971.
 DNA2 months ago Sport over politics: India shouldn't forget Pakistan's 1999 tour  DAWN Group1 week ago Narendra Modi pays tribute to 1965 India-Pakistan war martyrs  India Today1 week ago Govt in a bind on Pakistan talks  The Telegraph1 month ago

Need Assurance on Two Issues, Decide by Tonight: India to Pakistan

The Indo-Pak NSA-level talks remained in limbo today with neither side willing to blink first on a day of sharp public exchanges with India making it clear that the talks would not take place if Pakistan insists on discussing Kashmir and ropes in separatists.
 Outlook1 month ago India-Pakistan talks in a limbo  Business Line1 month ago No NSA-level talks if subject deviates from terrorism, Sushma Swaraj to Pakistan  Economic Times1 month ago Indo-Pak NSA-level talks in limbo  Zee News1 month ago
Business Recorder

Calendar Girls; Bollywood Publicizing Movies in the Name of Pakistan?

Saturday, 19 September 2015 13:32 Posted by Asfia Afzal Following the ban on the film Phantom, it seems that another Bollywood movie Calendar Girls has landed itself in controversy because of its possibly anti-Pakistan ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago No ban on Calendar Girls in Pakistan! Is it a publicity stunt?  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
Times of India

India, Pakistan agree to devise new strategies to end ceasefire violations in J&K, DG-level talks extended by a day

Border Security Force (BSF) chief DK Pathak, during a public function of central investigative agency NIA in the evening here, said that the Indian side was "happy" after the deliberations on the first day.
 Times of India3 weeks ago Indo-Pak DG-level talks begin on positive note; dialogue extended by a day  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
ACQ Magazine

Pakistan woman poisoned to death over dowry

News Desk Dawn Publication Date : 25-09-2015 A woman was poisoned to death allegedly by her husband and in-laws at Behaaripur-Motra village in Daska tehsil on Thursday for not bringing their desired dowry. Aneeba Shehzadi, 26, ...
 ACQ Magazine1 week ago Five of 14 attackers of Pakistan airforce camp identified  ACQ Magazine1 week ago Airbase strike has Pakistani daily worried  Prokerala2 weeks ago 8 terrorists killed in attack on Pakistan Air Force base  Prokerala2 weeks ago

Three-day Al-Adha Holiday Announced in Pakistan

TEHRAN (IQNA) The Eid Al Adha public holiday in Pakistan will begin on Thursday. According to Pakistani media, the Eid holidays and will last for three days this year. Muslims around the world will celebrate Eid al-Adha (the Feast ...
 IQNA2 weeks ago Pakistan's Christians Warned: Attacks Coming  Breitbart.com4 days ago Time To Call Pakistan's Bluff OpEd  Eurasia Review1 week ago Taking on spies and bullies in Pakistan  Ifex3 days ago
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