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Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government had authorised use of force against the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) protesters but the military had advised against it, according to a report by a Pakistani daily. more
Afghanistan govt mediating between TTP, Islamabad: Reports

Kabul: The Taliban government in Afghanistan is mediating talks between Tahrik Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Islamabad, media reports said on Monday.

Pakistan govt seems to have surrendered to Islamist group TLP, frees 350 members

Islamabad: The Pakistan federal government seems to be surrendering to the proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) by announcing the release of 350 members even as the Islamist group ...

Pakistan to remain in FATF grey list

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Thursday announced that Pakistan will remain in the grey list, media reports said, giving jolt to PM Imran Khan-led government.

'Father of Pakistan's atomic weapons programme' Abdul Qadeer Khan dies at 85

Islamabad (JEN): Pakistani nuclear physicist and metallurgical engineer Abdul Qadeer Khan, who was regarded as the "father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb", died on Sunday in Pak ...

5.9 magnitude earthquake hits southwestern Pakistan, leaves at least 15 killed

Islamabad (JEN): At least 15 people were killed and more than 150 injured as a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck parts of Balochistan in Pakistan on Thursday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Four killed, several hurt in suicide attack in Quetta, Tehrik-i-Taliban claims responsibility

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), commonly known as Pakistani Taliban, has claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack that rocked Pakistan's Quetta region on Sunday morning, leav ...

Afghanistan has broken shackles of slavery, Imran Khan says as Taliban captures Kabul

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Monday said Afghani people had “broken the shackles of slavery” while describing the Taliban’s seizure of power in the war-torn nati ...

Balochistan parties not convinced by Pakistan PM Imran Khan's dialogue offer

Islamabad: Leaders of regional parties in Balochistan have expressed their reservations about the government's plan to engage with "insurgents" in Pakistan's restive sou ...

Imran Khan's once close journalists now feel he may not return as Pakistan PM after general polls

Four prominent journalists, who have been known for their pro-Imran Khan views over the past couple of years, have opined that the Prime Minister might not return to power by winning the ...