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A delegation of the United States held a meeting with its Pakistani counterpart on the backdrop of US-Pakistan Defence Consultative Group (DCG) at the defence ministry in Rawalpindi on Wednesday and acknowledged Pakistan’s progress in fighting against militant networks in its tribal areas.

PM Consults Kashmiri Leaders before Leaving for UN Assembly

Before leaving for the 71st session of the UN General Assembly in New York, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif consulted the Kashmiri leaders on Friday and assured them to emphatically highlight the issue of Kashmir at the event. In his remarks, Nawaz mentioned on Friday that “Pakistan will

Shikarpur Police foiled a suicide bombing attempt in southern part of the country at the early hours on the first day of Eidul Azha on Tuesday. The failed suicide attempt was made outside a mosque in Shikarpur in Sindh province, around 470 kilometres (300 miles) north of Karachi, and resulted in

PM's Envoy Raises Rights Violations in Kashmir at Geneva

The Prime Minister’s special envoy on Kashmir, Awais Leghari, visited Geneva on Wednesday to highlight the ever-growing human rights violations by security forces in India-held Kashmir (IHK). Addressing the international community, the envoy highlighted the impact pellet gun injuries leading to

FBR Issues Notices to Offshore Company Owners Named in Panama Papers

Official sources have revealed that the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has finally responded to the revelations of the Panama Papers and issued notices to almost 600 owners of offshore companies whose names appeared in the Panama Papers, including the family members of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

US Secretary of State, John Kerry, conceded in his remarks that Pakistan has made considerable progress in fighting extremism in recent months as he urged Islamabad to do more in fighting against militants hiding within its borders at the same time. Mr. Kerry made the statement during the

Sri Lankan Cricket Team Attackers Killed in Police Encounter

The Crime Investigation Department (CID) of the Punjab police has confirmed to have gunned down four terrorists belonging to banned outfit, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), who were allegedly involved in the 2009 attack on the visiting Sri Lankan cricket team. According to the press release, a

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