Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board
Can't afford terrorists to disrupt our matches abroad: Pakistan Cricket Board

Following the gruesome terrorist attack in a Peshawar school on Tuesday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday said that they couldn't afford their matches abroad to be disturbed.

Imran Khan gives govt 48 hours to make panel to probe poll-rigging

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.

ISI attempting to turn Pakistan into 'ISIstan': Asma Jahangir

Rights activist Asma Jahangir has criticised Pakistan's powerful spy agency ISI for attempting to turn the country into "ISIstan" by controlling the security and democratic dispension.

Hafiz Saeed's 5 lakh supporters gather in Lahore

5 lakh supporters of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed gathered in Lahore, Pakistan.

Shiv Sena blasts Pakistan for helping Hafiz Saeed-led JuD

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.

Pak govt approves special trains for Hafiz Saeed's meet in Lahore

The Pakistan government has given approval for running two special trains for people to attend Hafiz Saeed the Mumbai attack mastermind's terror meet in Lahore.

Pak court orders registration of case against Imran's close ally for 'incitement of violence'

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.

Christian man dies in Pak police custody, family cries foul

A 35-year-old Christian man, accused of selling drugs, died in police custody under mysterious circumstances in Pakistan's Lahore city while his family has alleged that he was tortured to death.

Tahirul Qadri returns to Pakistan

Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri returned to the country on Thursday.

26/11: Three witnesses depose in anti-terror court

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.

Pakistan People's Party not to hold November 30 rally

The Pakistan People`s Party will not hold a "big rally" in Lahore on November 30 to mark its Foundation Day.

Pakistan police arrest Christian man for blasphemy

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.

Lahore HC dismisses petition to stop screening of 'Haider'
Lahore HC dismisses petition to stop screening of 'Haider'

A Pakistani court has dismissed a petition challenging the exhibition of Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Haider' in Pakistani cinemas.

PCB awaiting response from Kenya on proposed tour
PCB awaiting response from Kenya on proposed tour

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is still awaiting a response from the Cricket Kenya (CK) after inviting their national team to Lahore and Faisalabad for a five match ODI series this month.

45 suspects taken into custody for Wagah suicide blast

A total of 45 suspects have been taken into custody by Pakistan police in connection with the deadly suicide blast at Wagah border which killed 63 people.

Policeman kills Shiite man for alleged blasphemy in Pakistan

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.

Wagah border blast: India, Pak intelligence agencies averted more deaths, say sources
Wagah border blast: India, Pak intelligence agencies averted more deaths, say sources

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.

21 arrested after attack at Wagah, nationwide alert sounded in Pakistan

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.

'Security of Sikh pilgrims visiting Lahore to be ensured'

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.

Wagah blast: Jundallah claims responsibility for attack
Wagah blast: Jundallah claims responsibility for attack

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.