Pakistan Opposition Leader Imran Khan on Monday gave a 48-hour deadline to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to constitute a judicial commission to investigate the alleged rigging of 2013 elections as his party workers blocked all major roads, cutting the city from rest of the country.
Mumbai: Terming Pakistan's support for the two-day congregation of the Hafiz Saeed-led JuD in Lahore as a conspiracy to support the terrorists, the Shiv Sena Friday said India will have to make its own plans for capturing the terrorist leader without any outside support.
A Pakistani court on Monday ordered registration of a case against Awami Muslim League head and Imran Khan's close ally Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed for "incitement of violence" during an anti-government rally earlier this month.
Three prosecution witnesses deposed on Wednesday before an anti-terrorism court (ATC) judge here holding the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial for identifying the two accused, certifying bank transactions and a JuD centre in Sindh.
A Christian man has been arrested here for allegedly posting blasphemous comments in a blog he wrote in 2011, just days after a Pakistani couple, belonging to the same faith, was charred to death for alleged blasphemy.
A Pakistani policeman has been accused of killing a detained Shiite man with an axe for alleged blasphemy in the Punjab Province, a day after a Christian couple was burnt alive by a mob for the same crime.
Indian and Pakistani intelligence agencies both picked up plans for an imminent strike on their Wagah land border ahead of a suicide blast that killed 57 people on Sunday, and heightened security possibly averted a more devastating attack.
At least 21 people, including a suicide-bomber, were arrested on Monday and explosives and a suicide vest recovered from Wagah border area as entire Pakistan was put on red alert after 61 people were killed in a deadly terror attack at the Indo-Pak land border crossing.
The security of over 2,000 Sikh pilgrims, who are scheduled to arrive in Lahore city via the Wagah railway station Tuesday for the three-day birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak, will be ensured, an official said Monday.
Lahore: A suicide blast at the Pakistani side of the Wagah border on Sunday left at least 52 people dead and a further 75 people injured. Banned militant organisation Jundallah has reportedly claimed responsibility for the explosion.