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Karachi/IBNS: The death toll due to the crash of a  Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-8303 from Lahore, with 91 passengers and eight crew members onboard, close to the Karachi Airport on Friday now stands at 97, media reports said. more
After Twitter halts in Pakistan for hours on Sunday, digital rights group demands answer from govt

Islamabad: Amid doubts of media censorship, the Media Matters for Democracy, a digital rights group, has asked the Pakistan government to issue a statement to clarify if micro-blogging si ...

Pakistan: ANP condemns alleged threats to Pashtun leader

Peshawar: Pakistan's Awami National Party (ANP) has condemned the alleged death threats given to Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) central leader Dr Said Alam Mehsud.

COVID-19 in Pakistan: Clerics announce resumption of congregational prayers at mosques

Islamabad: With Pakistan still witnessing an increase of COVID-19 cases,  several prominent clerics and noted scholars on Monday announced the resumption of five-time congregational ...

Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme architect now kept as a 'prisoner'

Islamabad: Pakistan's former nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, who had earned international attention in 2004 after publicly confessing his role in global nuclear proliferation, ...

Agents of Pakistan's military killed Kashmir nationalist leader Arif Shahid 7 yrs ago: Sajjad Raja

London: Marking the seventh martyrdom anniversary of Arif Shahid, a Kashmiri nationalist leader who advocated independence of Kashmir from both India and Pakistan's rule,  Nation ...

Attack India with forces: PoK PM tells Imran Khan

Islamabad: At this moment of crisis when the world is combating COVID-19, Pakistan  occupied Kashmir (PoK) PM Farooq Haider has asked Pakistan PM Imran Khan to attack India with forc ...

Pakistan may soon see shortage in petrol, diesel supply: Reports

Islamabad/: Pakistan, which is fighting against Covid-19 outbreak, may soon be seeing a shortage of petrol and diesel in the months of May and June, media reports said.

Pakistan: Gilgit-Baltistan businessmen 'suffer' due to govt's incompetence in handling COVID-19 lockdown

Islamabad: Small businessmen in Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan region have alleged that they are suffering due to discriminatory and unprofessional conduct of the authorities at this tim ...

India needs to move ICJ against Pakistan again on imprisoned national: Lead Counsel

New Delhi: India's lead counsel on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, Harish Salve, has said New Delhi might need to go back to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in its bid to get dir ...