Visa war: Top 5 things Anupam Kher said against Pakistan

Visa war: Top 5 things Anupam Kher said against Pakistan

Veteran Bollywood actor Anupam Kher on Tuesday launched an attack on the Pakistan government after he was denied a visa to the country, where he had to attend an event on February 5.

Despite ban, Pak channel brings JuD chief Hafiz Saeed on talk show

Despite ban, Pak channel brings JuD chief Hafiz Saeed on talk show

The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) on November 2 had restrained all Pakistani television channels from “all kinds of coverage” of the JuD and 60 other proscribed organisations and their leaders.

Pakistan wants athletes to fly direct to Guwahati for South Asian Games due to security reasons: Report

Pakistan wants athletes to fly direct to Guwahati for South Asian Games due to security reasons: Report

Pakistani officials prefer to fly athletes directly to host city instead of taking long detour via Delhi or Amritsar”.

Plight of Hindus in Pakistan: Why is world silent over this discrimination?

Pakistan government has failed to protect religious freedom and Hindu community is living in constant fear in Pakistan.

Reality of condition of Hindu community in Pakistan

Pakistan government has failed to protect religious freedom and Hindu community is living in constant fear in Pakistan. Watch the full report here.

DNA: Reality of condition of Hindu community in Pakistan

Pakistan government has failed to protect religious freedom and Hindu community is living in constant fear in Pakistan. Watch the full report here.

Pakistan failed to protect religious freedom: US

The US on Wednesday ashed out at the Pakistan government for its failure to prosecute those responsible for religious freedom abuses, saying such environment encourages intolerance and acts of violence.

Pakistan puts Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawah on ‘suspected’ list

Pakistan puts Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawah on ‘suspected’ list

Pakistan's government has told Parliament that it has placed Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) in list of 'suspected organisations.

Pakistan court orders immediate release of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi

The Lahore High Court has ordered Pakistan government to immediately release 2008 Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi.

Govt should take note of Pakistan hockey crisis after Hockey India offer: PHF

Govt should take note of Pakistan hockey crisis after Hockey India offer: PHF

The cash strapped PHF is hoping that after the offer by Hockey India to help Pakistan come out of its financial crisis, the country's government will finally come out of its slumber and release the much-needed funds for the national game.

Pakistan repatriates 173 Indian prisoners

In a goodwill gesture, Pakistan government today repatriated 172 Indian fishermen and one civil prisoner after the beating Retreat Ceremony followed by Flag lowering ceremony held at Indo-Pak international border.

Pakistan to intensify effort to end polio

The Pakistan government has decided to intensify its effort to eradicate polio, a media report said.

Not satisfied with Pak response on journalists expulsion:India

India on Saturday said it was not satisfied with the Pakistan government`s response to the recent abrupt expulsion of two Indian journalists from that country.

Pak seeks to recover $200 bn black money from Swiss banks

Pak government aims to bring additional 100 thousand in the following years.

Pakistan government objects lifting of travel ban on Pervez Musharraf

The Pakistan government on Monday opposed the lifting of travel ban on former president General Pervez Musharraf who is being tried on high treason charges.

US non-committal to supporting talks with Pak Taliban

The US on Tuesday refused to lend its support to talks between the Pakistan government and the Taliban, describing it as an internal matter of the country.

Pak officials warn of Taliban attacks in mountainous north

The Pakistani Taliban may be planning attacks on tourists in the country`s mountainous north, where 10 foreign climbers were massacred last year, officials warned on Monday.

No secret deal with Musharraf, says Pakistan minister

Pakistan`s Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif ruled out any secret deal with former president Pervez Musharraf Saturday, a media report said.

Pakistan govt says committed to talks with Taliban

Pakistan government reaffirmed its commitment to the strategy of negotiations with the outlawed Taliban, saying the use of other options would be considered "only as a last resort".

Pakistan government names lawyer for Musharraf`s trial

The Pakistan government on Friday nominated Akram Sheikh as its lawyer for the trial of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf on charges of high treason.