US NSA Susan Rice's trip to Pakistan unrelated to Indo-Pak tension: White House

US National Security Advisor Susan Rice's visit to Islamabad was planned in advance and she is not making an "emergency visit" due to the ongoing tension between India and Pakistan, the White House asserted on Saturday, refuting media reports in this regard.

US NSA Rice to visit Pakistan tomorrow

US National Security Adviser Susan Rice is expected to pay a day-long visit to Pakistan tomorrow for discussions on various bilateral and regional issues, officials said here on Saturday.

Pakistan has fastest growing nuclear warheads? 'Utterly baseless'

Pakistan on Friday rejected as "utterly baseless" a report by leading American thank-tanks which said that Islamabad has the fastest growing nuclear arsenal in the world.

Pakistan summons Indian High Commissioner over ceasefire violations

 Pakistan on Friday summoned Indian High Commissioner TCA Raghavan and lodged a strong protest over alleged ceasefire violations after the army here claimed at least six civilians were killed in firing by Indian troops.

India is the only external threat: Pakistan military
India is the only external threat: Pakistan military

Pakistan military has told a parliamentary committee that India is the only external threat to the country and the situation with regard to ties was volatile in the wake of the suspended Indo-Pak dialogue.

No proposal for Sharif-Modi meeting in New York: Pakistan
No proposal for Sharif-Modi meeting in New York: Pakistan

 Pakistan on Thursday said that so far there was no proposal for a meeting between Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India in New York on the sidelines of the annual session of the United Nations next month.

After NSA-level talks fiasco, India, Pak military talk in doldrums
After NSA-level talks fiasco, India, Pak military talk in doldrums

After the cancellation of NSA-level talks, proposed meetings between top military officials of India and Pakistan are now unlikely, a media report said Monday.

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim shifted from Karachi by Pakistan?

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has been shifted from his Karachi residence to other safe place by Pakistan authorities and ISI, according to reports. India’s most wanted criminal, Dawood Ibrahim along with his wife and daughter was shifted from Karachi to country’s North region Muri.

Four Pakistani soldiers killed in rocket attack

At least four Pakistani soldiers were killed on Sunday in a rocket attack in a tribal area of Khayber-Agency that borders Afghanistan, the military`s media wing reported.

Pak media blames India for cancellation of NSA-level talks

 Pakistani media on Sunday blamed India for the cancellation of first-ever NSA-level talks by setting "pre-conditions" ahead of National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz's visit to New Delhi, in a blow to the efforts to normalise their bilateral ties.

NSA talks: Sartaj Aziz will go to India if not stopped, says Pak Minister

Pakistan Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid on Saturday said his country will go ahead with NSA-level talks unless India refused to host the meeting.

Deadlock in India-Pakistan NSA level talks: As it happened on August 22

Pakistan on Saturday decided to call-off Indo-Pak NSA-level talks which were scheduled for Sunday, stating it has come to the conclusion that the NSA talks would not serve any purpose if conducted on the basis of the two conditions laid down by India. Here are the live updates:

Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan, shows evidence available with India
Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan, shows evidence available with India

Pakistan's lie on providing a safe haven to India's most wanted Dawood Ibrahim has been nailed once again.

CPA, not Pak, scrapped Islamabad meet

The Commonwealth Parliamentary conference to be held in Islamabad was cancelled by the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) on Wednesday, according to details available which contradict Pakistan's claim that the decision was its own.

India advises Pakistan against Sartaj Aziz-Hurriyat Conference leaders meeting
India advises Pakistan against Sartaj Aziz-Hurriyat Conference leaders meeting

A day after Islamabad announced that the country's national security advisor Sartaj Aziz will meet Hurriyat Conference leaders during the two-day meeting of the National Security Advisors (NSA) of the two countries in New Delhi, India has issued an advisory to Pakistan.

Pakistan: Airstrikes kill 65 militants near Afghan border

Pakistani airstrikes killed 65 militants today in two tribal regions along the Afghan border, the army said, part of a yearlong campaign against insurgents in rugged areas where they have long sheltered.

Pakistan minister resigns after BBC claims of ISI coup plot

 A Pakistani government minister resigned Saturday, officials said, after a controversial interview with the BBC in which he claimed the country`s former chief spy had conspired to stage a military coup last year.

Pakistan lodges protest over bail to Samjhauta blast accused

Pakistan on Friday summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner here and lodged a protest over the National Investigation Agency's (NIA) decision not to oppose bail to Swami Aseemanand, an accused in the case of the 2007 Samjhauta blasts in which 42 Pakistanis were among 68 killed.

More child abuse cases surface in Pakistan

Three more cases of child sexual abuse related to the massive pornography scandal in Pakistan`s Punjab province have surfaced, a media report said.

Islamabad mobile services to be suspended on Friday

Mobile phone services will be suspended in Pakistan`s capital city of Islamabad on Friday when the nation celebrates its Independence Day, the media reported on Thursday.