30 militants killed in Pak military operation in tribal belt

At least 30 militants were killed today in targeted airstrikes conducted by Pakistan`s military in the restive northwest tribal region, taking the total number of terrorists killed in the army`s all-out offensive against the Taliban to over 260.

Lawyer of Pakistani doctor who helped track down Laden quits

A Pakistani lawyer representing jailed doctor Shakil Afridi, who helped track down then al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, today quit citing security threats to his life and indirect interference by the US for his release.

Need to scale back relationship with Pakistan: US

The author, however, held that a US-Pak relationship viewed solely through the lens of the war in Afghanistan is too limiting.

Theatre troupe helps Pak boy detained in India meet his family

A Pakistani theatre troupe`s recent performance in India had an unintended consequence? it helped reunite a runaway 13-year-old Pakistani boy with his family after a year.

Sarabjit Singh accuses Pak jail authorities of slow poisoning

Indian death row convict Sarabjit Singh, who has been languishing in Pakistani jails for years, has claimed in a letter that he is being slow-poisoned and mentally tortured by authorities of Kot Lakhpat jail.

Taliban militants arrested for hotel bomb blast

The bomb attached to a bicycle exploded near a hotel in Nowshehra on August 25.

Pakistan a committed partner and friend: US

United States joins in the joyous occasion to celebrate the anniversary of Pakistan`s birth.

Mani accuses BCCI of playing politics with Pakistan

Former ICC president Ehsan Mani has accused the Indian cricket board officials of using their financial clout to play politics with Pakistan.

Pak did not consider evidence of Davis acting in defence: US

The US has again pressed for the
release of American official Raymond Davis, charged with murder, insisting that the authorities had not
considered eyewitness accounts and physical evidence that
showed he acted in self-defence.

Demand for audit of expenses by intelligence agencies in Pak

Charging that the country`s
intelligence agencies were indulging in political maneuvering,
Pakistani lawmakers have demanded an audit of their secret
discretionary funds including expenses on covert operations.

PPP, PML-N face-off holds up reforms bill in parliament

The PPP-led ruling coalition and
the opposition PML-N continued to be engaged in a face-off
on Friday over a constitutional reforms package, holding up its
introduction in parliament.

Gilani for resumption of Indo-Pak composite dialogue

Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza
Gilani on Saturday made a strong pitch for the resumption of the
Indo-Pak composite dialogue, saying Pakistan wants good
relations with its neighbours "on the basis of equality".