News Pakistan: Pakistan Prime Minister on tensions with U.S.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addresses threats from President Trump of stripping its status as ally, in his first international interview.
News Pakistan: Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi seeks implementation of UNSC resolution on Kashmir - The Hindu
Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi seeks implementation of UNSC resolution on KashmirThe HinduPakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday demanded the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution on Kashmir, asserting that his country will continue supporting the right to self-determination in Jammu and Kashmir.and more »
News Pakistan: Pakistan Fans Thank Jasprit Bumrah For 'Visiting' Their Country. Take A Closer Look
Not many of us have the luxury of seeing our live doubles. Many Sachin Tendulkar lookalikes have been seen in the stands of every major stadium in India. Not just Tendulkar, a pizza delivery boy seen recently in Pakistan was a dead ringer on Virat Kohli.
News Pakistan: Pakistan win 4X400 metre relay gold - The News International
The News InternationalPakistan win 4X400 metre relay goldThe News InternationalASHGABAT, Turkmenistan: Pakistan won 4X400 metre relay gold medal to end their athletics journey at the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in style here at the Olympic Complex on Wednesday. Pakistan's crew, carrying Olympian Mehboob Ali, his ...and more »
News Pakistan: Khalid Latif: Pakistan batsman banned for five years after spot-fixing inquiry
Khalid Latif has played five one-day internationals and 13 Twenty20 internationals for Pakistan. Pakistan batsman Khalid Latif has been banned from cricket for five years for his part in a spot-fixing ring. A Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) tribunal handed ...
News Pakistan: Pakistan does not expect any significant shift in US policy: PM - The News International
The News InternationalPakistan does not expect any significant shift in US policy: PMThe News InternationalNEW YORK: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday said Pakistan did not expect any significant shift in the United States' policy towards it and the country was ready to work with the Trump administration, especially to fight terrorism ...and more »
News Pakistan: Pakistan raises objection with US over greater role for India in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has raised objection with the US over President Donald Trump advocating greater role for India in the war-torn Afghanistan, the country's top diplomat said on Wednesday. Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi during a meeting with ...
News Pakistan: Britain to carry over GSP Plus status for Pakistan after Brexit - The News International
The News InternationalBritain to carry over GSP Plus status for Pakistan after BrexitThe News InternationalKARACHI: Britain is likely to maintain GSP Plus-like trade cooperation with Pakistan after Brexit, its Minister of State for International Trade Greg Hands said on Wednesday, as part of United Kingdom's efforts to improve trade ties with emerging ...and more »
News Pakistan: Angelo Mathews out as Sri Lanka add three new faces for Pakistan test
(Reuters) - Sri Lanka all-rounder and former skipper Angelo Mathews has been ruled out of the first test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi next week with a calf injury, but the uncapped Sadeera Samarawickrama, Roshen Silva and Lahiru Gamage are in the squad.
News Pakistan: US finding ways of improving ties with Pakistan: vice president - The News International
The News InternationalUS finding ways of improving ties with Pakistan: vice presidentThe News InternationalNEW YORK: The US Vice President, Mike Pence, on Wednesday said his country's government was finding new ways of improving ties with Pakistan, while Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Pakistan was determined to eliminating terrorism.and more »
News Pakistan: Are universities in Pakistan becoming a breeding ground for terrorism?
In recent years in Pakistan, a growing number of students from prestigious institutions have taken part in terrorist attacks. Unlike students from madrassas, which are under increasing surveillance, young people on campuses are harder for authorities to ...
News Pakistan: Pakistan's Leader Says Military Has Routed Taliban From Afghan Border - New York Times
New York TimesPakistan's Leader Says Military Has Routed Taliban From Afghan BorderNew York TimesPakistan's new leader, stung by President Trump's threat to crack down on his country for harboring terrorists, insisted on Wednesday that Pakistani military forces had uprooted all the sanctuaries used by Islamic extremists along its rugged frontier ...and more »
News Pakistan: Pakistan: Attack at Afghan border kills 1, wounds 11
CHAMAN, Pakistan – A Pakistan government official says a suicide attack has killed one civilian and wounded 12 others attempting to target a paramilitary vehicle near the Chaman border crossing with Afghanistan. Local administrator Qaiser Khan Nasir said ...
News Pakistan: Cricket: Engineer hopes for India-Pakistan 'restoration' - Yahoo Cricket
Cricket: Engineer hopes for India-Pakistan 'restoration'Yahoo CricketIndia great Farokh Engineer would like to see "relations restored" in a "delicate" situation with Pakistan so the arch-rivals can resume bilateral cricket series. Amid the current glut of international cricket, one of the more remarkable statistics is ...and more »
News Pakistan: Pakistan kicks off nationwide polio drive, citing success
ISLAMABAD — Pakistan has launched its first nationwide polio vaccination drive, aiming to reach tens of millions of children while citing success in previous campaigns. Dr. Rana Mohammad Safdar, the national coordinator for polio eradication, said Monday ...
News Pakistan: Pakistan's nuclear weapons in safe hands, says PM at CFR - The News International
The News InternationalPakistan's nuclear weapons in safe hands, says PM at CFRThe News InternationalNEW YORK: Talking to media at Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that Pakistan's nuclear weapons are in safe hands, adding that the country ...and more »
News Pakistan: Roadside bomb kills tribal officials in Pakistan
At least seven people have been killed in an explosion in the tribal area of Bajaur agency in northwest of the country. A Pakistani official says a roadside bomb has killed a senior tribal government administrator and four tribal police near the Afghan border.
News Pakistan: Pakistan board hands batsman Latif five-year fixing ban - Bangladesh News 24 hours
Bangladesh News 24 hoursPakistan board hands batsman Latif five-year fixing banBangladesh News 24 hoursThe 31-year-old, who has played five one-day internationals, had also been fined one million Pakistani rupees ($9,491), the PCB added. Fellow Islamabad United player Sharjeel Khan also received a five-year ban last month and both were sent home from ...and more »
News Pakistan: Despite by-election loss, Pakistan opposition claims momentum for 2018
LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan’s party said on Monday it had built momentum in a by-election for ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s parliamentary seat, despite finishing second, but the biggest inroads were made ...
News Pakistan: President Trump changes tack in meeting with Abbasi - The Express Tribune
The Express TribunePresident Trump changes tack in meeting with AbbasiThe Express TribuneAccording to the Foreign Office, Pence greeted Abbasi on behalf of President Trump. “We look forward to exploring ways so that we can work even more closely with Pakistan and with your government to advance security throughout the region,” he said.and more »