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4 Pakistan soldiers dead as India retaliates to border attacks
At least four Pakistani soldiers were killed between Tuesday and Thursday after the Indian Army launched a strong retaliation to ceasefire violations that mark the most significant escalation of tensions along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir this year.
Pakistan heritage causes India visa delay for England Lion Saqib Mahmood
An administrative delay has caused Tom Bailey to be added to the England Lions squad as cover for Saqib Mahmood. ESPNcricinfo understands that Saqib, who is Birmingham-born, is struggling to obtain a visa for India due to his Pakistan heritage. While the ECB hope the issue can be resolved within the
American Trophy Hunter Pays $100,000 to Shoot Endangered Markhor—Pakistan’s National Animal
The endangered spiral-horned markhor goat might be the national animal of Pakistan, but every year the government grants licenses for a handful to be shot, usually by rich foreign hunters who can pay the $100,000 per trophy.
No Need to Talk to Pakistan – warns American Expert on Pakistani Terrorism
Imran Khan, his government, the Pakistan Army and their paid slaves in the Indian media have been pushing for “Pakistan – India dialog”. Why is Pakistani Army and its side-kicks suddenly so interested in a dialog with India?
Cargill invests $200m in Pakistan to grow across range of sectors
Cargill will invest more than $200 million in Pakistan in the next three-to-five years as it renews its longstanding commitment to the country. The company’s strategy includes expansion across its agricultural trading and supply chain, edible oils, dairy, meat and animal feed businesses, while ensur
India targets Pakistan over civilian death in J&K
New Delhi: India on Wednesday summoned a Pakistan High Commission official to lodge a protest over the death of an Indian civilian in “unprovoked” firing by the Pakistani aide in violation of a 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two countries.
Scandal-hit Pakistan International Airlines starts flights with ode to Prophet
Pakistan’s troubled national airline is to replace the tranquil music played during boarding with an ode to the Prophet Muhammad. In a move welcomed by conservatives and attacked by liberals, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will now play the Qaseeda Burda Sharif, a popular Islamic hymn, on dom
Pakistan may prefer weak, destabilised Afghanistan: Report
WASHINGTON: Pakistan may view a weak and destabilised Afghanistan as preferable to a strong and unified one, according to a Congressional report which also highlights India's lack of desire to pursue a deeper defence cooperation with Kabul.
Cargill to grow Pakistan business with US$200mn investment
ISLAMABAD: Cargill, a global food and agriculture producer, on Thursday renewed its long standing commitment to Pakistan by announcing plans to invest more than US$200 million in the next three-to-five years.
YouTube on Robert Spencer video: “We have received a legal complaint from the government” — of Pakistan
I received this email from YouTube over the weekend. At first I thought it was another malicious copyright or flagging strike but no this one turns out to be different. Here’s the text (my highlights):
Pakistan seeking change of fortunes against Proteas
Port Elizabeth - Pakistan will seek a change of fortune when they play South Africa in the first of five one-day internationals at St George's Park on Saturday. The tourists were mauled in a recent Test series, with none of the three matches going beyond lunch on the fourth day, but have reason to b
Indian Army is one step ahead of Pakistan: Lt Gen Ranbir Singh
The Northern Army commander Lt Gen Ranbir Singh on Thursday said the Indian Army was one step ahead of Pakistan and was giving a befitting reply to every single ceasefire violation by the neighbouring country.“2018 has been a great year for the security forces, more than 250 terrorists were killed,
Profile: Pakistan's next Chief Justice - Asif Saeed Khosa | #AsiaNewsNetwork
Over a period of more than 19 years, the judge has decided about 55,000 cases, including several high-profile ones. Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, who will be sworn in as the 26th chief justice of Pakistan on Friday (January 18), was born on December 21, 1954 in Dera Ghazi Khan. He is married with t
American hunter pays $100,000 to kill rare Himalayan 'screw-horned' goat, Pakistan's national animal
An American trophy hunter has paid $100,000 (£78,000) to kill a rare markhor or “screw horn” goat, the national animal of Pakistan. Fewer than 6,000 markhors exist in the wild, most living among the mountains between Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the animal features on the IUCN’s Red List of Threate
Bride-to-be among five women charred to death as house catches fire in Pakistan
A pre-wedding celebrations turned tragic after 24-year-old bride-to-be and four other women were charred to death in a massive fire that broke out at a house in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
ABD hoping to boost return of international cricket to Pakistan with PSL appearance
Star batsman AB de Villiers is hoping to show the world that is it safe to play cricket in Pakistan after giving the green light to play two Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in the country in the upcoming edition.
Atletico Madrid unveil ambitious plans to boost football in Pakistan
The unveiling of a football academy is invariably looked on as a great initiative, and attracts strong interest. However when the football academy is in partnership with Atletico Madrid and it is in Pakistan, then that sends out a message of something greater.
Pakistan: Christians and Muslims commemorate 800th anniversary of meeting between St Francis and Sultan
To commemorate the historic encounter between St Francis of Assisi with the Sultan of Egypt, AL-Kamil in the year 1219, Christians and Muslims held a special ceremony launch a year of events to promote tolerance, dialogue and a common commitment to peace.
Should Pakistan use Amir as an overseas-only bowler?
He has played only four Tests out of the ten Pakistan have played in the UAE since his return, and perhaps there's a good reason for it. One glance at Mohammad Amir's record there suggests this isn't the kind of bowler Pakistan need on pitches in that part of the world - their home, mind you. In tho
Pakistan needs to dictate decisions on INGOs: Foreign Secretary Janjua I #AsiaNewsNetwork
Speaking to foreign envoys on the issue of INGOs registration, she said “activities that are responsive to Pakistan’s national development priorities” had been identified.