A group of Pakistani clerics has issued a fatwa, or religious ruling, declaring “honour killing” over perceived damage to a family’s reputation against the teaching of Islam, and anyone who carries out such
A group of Pakistani clerics has issued a fatwa, or religious ruling, declaring "honour killing" over perceived damage to a family's reputation against the teaching of Islam, and anyone who carries out such an attack a hereti
Former president has asked the US to "trust" and "mend ties" with Pakistan to defeat terrorism, amid tension between the two countries over an American drone strike that killed the Afghan Taliban chief in Baluchistan.
Washington must trust Islamabad and the two countries must mend ties, former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has said.
Zardari's comments come amid tension between Pakistan and the US following Washington's backing to
Pakistan has awarded a USD 395 million 4G licence to Norwegian telecom giant Telenor, as it seeks to capitalise on a booming domestic mobile market some two years since broadband Internet arrived in the country.
Addressing a conference at the Foreign Office on Thursday, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said the US approaches Pakistan whenever it needs it and abandons when it does not need the country.
Express Tribune that one of the organisations which have circumvented the government's restrictions by rebranding themselves is LeT, led by 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind Saeed, which was banned in 2002.
The Obama administration has opposed the move of the US Senate to impose conditions on the USD 300 million aid to Pakistan, saying restrictions would "unnecessarily complicate" progress in bilateral ties...
One of the most wanted terrorists in the world, especially by India, Maulana Masood Azhar, Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) chief, has made some claims in an obituary of Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansur, Taliban chief who was killed in a
Pakistan's plan to take exports to $35 billion by next fiscal year-end under a strategic trade policy framework is unlikely to be met as its projected 10.7 per cent growth in exports for this year is far short of the required
Terrorist safe havens not only continue to exist in the tribal areas of Pakistan, but also militants are able to openly raise funds from heavily populated areas, the US today said alleging that Islamabad is not taking action