India remains principal military threat: Pakistani daily

The Indian military remains the principal threat to Pakistan`s security and the Pakistani security establishment is right to closely track Indian defence spending, a leading Pakistani daily said in an editorial.

Militancy has damaged Kashmir: Pakistani daily

Asking India and Pakistan to revisit the fundamentals of their Kashmir policies, a Pakistani newspaper said Sunday that militancy had caused huge damage to Jammu and Kashmir.

India-US ties about smiles, opportunities: Pakistani daily

Islamabad; The India-US relationship is "seemingly about smiles and opportunities", while the Pakistan-India relationship "is about grimaces and perceptions", a leading daily said Tuesday on the concluding day of US President Barack Obama`s three-day state visit to India.

Obama's India visit a big development: Pakistani daily

US President Barack Obama`s visit to India for the country`s Republic Day celebrations is a "big development" and Islamabad must "ensure it does not suffer as a new era of US-India relations gets underway", even though "there is an element of playing to the gallery" involved in such visits, leading Pakistani dailies said Sunday.

Mumbai attack mastermind must not be set free: Pakistani daily

 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zakiur Rahman Lakhvi cannot be allowed to simply walk away free, an editorial said and added that in the Mumbai trials, "Pakistan`s overall record in the fight against militancy is also on trial".

Firing will sour Pakistan, India ties for years: Daily

The continuing firing across the Pakistan, India border "comes at the cost of souring bilateral relations for years to come", said a Pakistani daily Friday.

Stop violence in Saharanpur, says Pakistani daily

The communal violence in Indian town of Saharanpur should be halted at once before it spreads and becomes uncontrollable, a Pakistani daily said in an editorial.

Pakistani daily concerned over India`s hiked defence budget

New Delhi`s rationale for increasing the defence budget is "consistent with the shift in the Indian government`s ideology to more nationalistic elements under Prime Minister Narendra Modi", said a Pakistani daily Monday.

Read Modi`s intentions with political realism: Pakistani Daily

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visiting or not visiting India to attend his counterpart Narendra Modi`s swearing-in ceremony is not the issue but Pakistanis need to read Modi`s intentions with political realism, a leading daily said Saturday.

Modi will take along Muslims, neighbours: Pakistani daily

Given Narendra Modi`s substantial experience as chief minister, it is unlikely that he will overtly antagonise either India`s sizeable Muslim minority, or its neighbours, a Pakistani daily said.

Don`t talk of war with India: Pakistani daily

With tension along the Indian border abating, "all talks of war" should be avoided, said a Pakistani daily Saturday.

Disaster in India leaves Pakistani daily worried

Pakistan must closely watch for weather systems approaching the country that may cause a disaster situation,following the calamity in India`s Uttarakhand.

Revive Pakistan`s film industry, says Pakistani daily

Much needs to be done for reviving Pakistan`s film industry, said a leading Pakistani daily Friday.

No more dictators: Pakistani daily

The country wants a solid democratic order "free of dictators", a leading Pakistani daily said on Wednesday.

‘Rule of law has collapsed in Pakistan’

It is unfortunate that the rule of law has collapsed in Pakistan and that justice is a distant dream, a Pakistani daily said after all the six witnesses to a journalist`s murder were killed.

Pak daily bats for official who spoke trade with India

Secretary Water and Power Zafar Mehmood is the latest in a long line of people to be handed the "poisoned chalice of `power`."

Manmohan Singh must visit Pakistan: Daily

Pak-India relationship is drifting again since there is next to nothing to show on the "fiendishly difficult" fronts a leading Pakistani daily said.

No free lunch: Pakistani daily on $5.5 bn aid

The World Bank`s decision to provide the assistance over the next 3 years should "somewhat ease the financial troubles of the cash-strapped govt.

Dev Anand is forever, says Pakistani daily

Dev Anand who left Lahore in 1943 at the age of 19 with just Rs.30 in his pocket and went on to become an iconic actor-director would have scoffed at all the "end of an era" cliches in his obituaries, said a Pakistani daily.

`India needs schemes to deradicalise society`

India needs a comprehensive plan to fight terrorism, said a Pakistani daily.