Lahore: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said Pakistan will win the war against terror at any cost, linking it to the country's "economic survival", and vowed to overcome the energy
Kabul: Two people were killed when violence broke out at an anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in the Afghan capital on Saturday, according to witnesses, but Kabul`s police chief said there were no
Shikarpur: Thousands of Shiite Muslims rallied Saturday to protest the killing of 61 people in a suicide bombing at a mosque, as southern Pakistan shut down to mourn the nation`s worst
Dhaka: Hours after the disconnection of power, internet and cable connections have also been severed to former Bangladesh prime minster Khaleda Zia`s office here Saturday.
Dhaka: Bangladesh authorities on Saturday cut the power to opposition leader Khaleda Zia`s home in an apparent bid to force her to call off a crippling anti-government transport blockade.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Saturday mourned the victims of the deadly suicide bombing in a Shia mosque in southern Sindh province that killed 61 people with many of the injured still in
United Nations: The UN has expressed concern over Nepal`s deadlock in drafting a new constitution and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called on the nation`s leaders to continue their dialogue
Washington: A US-based journalist advocacy group has asked the new Sri Lankan government to ensure improved climate for press freedom and to take concrete and meaningful steps in this regard.
Kabul: An Afghan soldier killed three U.S. contractors and wounded a fourth on Thursday at Kabul`s military airport, an Afghan air force official said.
An increase in so-called
Beijing: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Friday promised to firmly back Pakistan in its efforts to safeguard its sovereignty, independence and integrity of its territories.
Li said that
Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Friday appealed to UCPN-Maoist chairman Prachanda to cooperate in forging consensus among the warring political parties over the drafting
Islamabad: The government of Pakistan`s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province Friday referred a list of terror suspects to the federal government for trial by newly formed militart courts.
Dhajka: Rescuers pulled seven bodies Friday from a fishing boat that sank off the Bangladesh coast carrying migrants to Malaysia, as a search continued for a dozen still
Shikarpur: A powerful bomb tore through a busy Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan on Friday, killing more than 60 people in the country`s deadliest sectarian attack in nearly two years.
Islamabad: Pakistan's telecom regulator authority has blocked over 2 million SIM cards across the country under a campaign launched by the government for authentication of details of
Islamabad: Pakistan has said the Indo-US agreements signed during President Barack Obama's visit to New Delhi would spark an arms race in South Asia, days after the US and India reached a
Kabul: The Taliban on Friday claimed responsibility for an apparent "insider attack" at Kabul airport in which three American contractors and an Afghan were killed.
Details of the Thursday
Islamabad: Pakistan has warned of a renewed arms race in South Asia after India and US reached a brreakthrough on nuclear trade.
"Pakistan is examining the imbalance (likely to be
Kathmandu: India has given Rs 37.12 million in financial assistance to Nepal for road upgradation work.
The 2.2 km-long road from Ghorbanda along Butwal-Pokhara highway to Chilangdi
Colombo: Sri Lanka's new government plans to return private land seized by the military in the civil war-ravaged north and release several hundred detainees, a minister said, in an apparent
Colombo: Sri Lanka's new government on Thursday accused the military of trying to sow unrest to sabotage its efforts to bring about ethnic reconciliation in the war-ravaged north of the country
Beijing: China and Pakistan have launched the 'China-Pakistan Year of Friendly Exchanges 2015' here to boost their all-weather friendship.
Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao and
Peshawar: Pakistani security forces on Thursday gunned down seven more terrorists in an ongoing operation in the restive northwestern part of the country, bringing the toll to 14 since the
Kabul: An Afghan official says a suicide bomber has struck a funeral for the victims of an earlier Taliban attack, killing 16 and wounding 39 in eastern Laghman province.
Islamabad: Pakistan has refused to allow former president Pervez Musharraf to visit Saudi Arabia to offer condolences over the death of Saudi King Abdullah, officials said Thursday.
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