Geopolitics
Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif-led Pakistan government has decided to abolish the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Authority amid disclosure that Chinese power producers have shut down 1,980 megawatts of production capacity due to non-clearance of their Rs 300 billion dues, media reports said on Friday. more
UN debates Ukraine: Pakistan stays on sidelines

United Nations: Pakistan has allowed its turn to pass as the UN General Assembly on Tuesday continued to debate a resolution demanding immediate withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine, ...

China, Pakistan discuss extending CPEC to Kabul

Beijing: China and Pakistan, two all-weather allies, have expressed interest in discussing the extension of CPEC (China–Pakistan Economic Corridor) with Kabul authorities, media rep ...

Sri Lankan's mob lynching labels Pakistan again as 'No Country for Non-Muslims'

With rising incidents of faith-based violence perpetrated by the Islamists, the "Islamic Republic of Pakistan", the second largest Muslim populated country in the world which of ...

White House remains indifferent to Islamabad as Pak Foreign Minister urges envoy to elicit US response

Islamabad (JEN): A mysterious and allegedly 'leaked' letter from the Pakistan Foreign Minister to his country's envoy in the U.S, which has been immediately declared as 'f ...

Names of over 700 Pakistani nationals, including few from PM Imran Khan's Cabinet, feature in Pandora Papers leak

Islamabad: Names of over 700 Pakistanis have come up in the latest leak called Pandora Papers, which features a huge tranche of leaked data on offshore companies that is larger in size an ...

US generals express concern over Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal amid Taliban taking control over Afghanistan

Top US generals are claiming that they had warned US President Joe Biden administration that the rush in withdrawing foreign forces from Afghanistan might increase risks to Pakistan&rsquo ...

US is 'very honest' about concerns on terrorist safe havens in Pakistan: Pentagon

Washington: A top US official has said it has been 'very honest' about its concerns with Pakistan for a long time about the terrorist safe havens along the Afghanistan border.

At UN, Pakistan Prime Minister urges ‘bold steps’ to prevent humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan

New York: Against the backdrop of what he called “a critical time” in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan said on Friday that if the situation there is neglecte ...

Pakistan FM says nation will deal with Afghanistan govt that requires assistance

Islamabad: Pakistan's  Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin has said his nation will deal with the new government in Afghanistan as they will require assistance.