BSF says, 'Pak wants to project IB, J&K as disturbed region'

IG BSF Jammu Frontier, Rakesh Sharma said that there has been a huge cross-border firing in last year.

Aspirations of Kashmiris can't be ignored, suppressed: Pakistan

 In a veiled criticism of India, Pakistan on Wednesday said unilateralism and preconditions were a recipe for gridlock in relations and asserted that "aspirations of Kashmiris can neither be ignored nor suppressed" while describing the Kashmir dispute as the root cause of all bilateral problems.

ISIS to buy first nuclear weapon from Pak?

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant's (ISIS), in its propaganda magazine Dabiq, has claimed that it is 'infinitely' more possible to buy a nuclear bomb from Pakistan and transport it to the United States.

PML-N lawmaker, ISI official abducted by Pak Taliban

A ruling PML-N legislator and an ISI official were allegedly kidnapped by the Taliban from Pakistan`s Punjab province on Saturday.

Pak roadside blasts kill one soldier, 3 injured

At least one Pakistan soldier was killed today while another soldier and two civilians injured when two bombs planted on the roadside exploded, military said.

Pak prayer leader caught trying to molest minor

Islamabad: A prayer leader has been arrested for allegedly trying to molest an eight-year-old girl in northwest Pakistan province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
The incident happened yesterday in Chaihr village of Mansehra district, local media reported today.
The prayer leader from the village lured the girl going to school to a mosque by offering her sweets.

Pak making every effort for peace talks with Taliban: Hussain

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has said the government is making every effort to have peace talks with the Tehreek-e-Taliban, but warned that action will be taken against the militant group if negotiations fail.

US, Pak discuss security, dialogue with militants

US envoy to Pakistan Richard Olson on Friday met Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and discussed regional security issues and the government`s peace initiative with militant groups including the Taliban.

India hopes Pak will hand over wanted terrorists

Against the backdrop of Yasin Bhatkal`s arrest, India today hoped that the thinking in Pakistan will change as per the assurances given by PM N Sharif and also voiced expectation that all those wanted here would be handed over.

Create conducive atmosphere for dialogue process: Omar to Pak

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday asked Pakistan to restore peace along the border and create conducive atmosphere for starting a dialogue process with India to address all issues.

Pak hardline party chief vows to mediate in Taliban talks if agenda made clear

Jamaat-e-Islami chief Munawar Hasan has said he is willing to act as a mediator between the government and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan if both parties made serious efforts towards dialogue.

LoC tensions: Pak mulls withdrawing diplomats, redeploying troops

Islamabad has started to think on the lines of withdrawing diplomatic staff from its missions in New Delhi as well as redeploying troops from its border with Afghanistan to the eastern frontier.

Pak, China among top five countries on US surveillance list

The European Union has been reportedly ranked as a key priority target according to the revealed classified documents by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Pak Taliban ready to negotiate with govt if religious and intellectual leaders involved

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has reportedly said that it is ready to hold talks with the government if certain conditions are met.

Pak and Afghanistan burning in flames of common enemy ‘terrorism’: Karzai

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has reportedly told Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that both the nations face a common enemy that is terrorism and are burning in its flames.

LoC killings: Pak daily calls for restraints

A leading Pakistani daily Friday called for "maturity and restraint" following the killing of five Indian soldiers within Indian territory.

8 dead in Pak boat capsize

At least eight people, all from the same family, drowned when their fishing boat capsized in a lake in Pakistan`s Sindh province on.

De Villiers ‘relishes’ Pak challenge in Johannesburg

South Africa’s ODI skipper AB de Villiers said that he relished the challenge when his team will meet Pakistan again in the third match in Johannesburg on Sunday, after Pakistan won the Centurion ODI by six wickets.

India, Pakistan set to revive snooker ties

Pakistan and India are set to revive snooker ties between them following a long eight-year gap after the Pakistani authorities received a green signal from their government to go ahead with a series planned from March 7.

Overconfidence led to debacle in South Africa: Razzaq

Veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has has blamed Pakistan`s Test debacle in South Africa on the "overconfidence" of the players, saying that the team`s batsmen were just not prepared for the intimidating bowling attack of the Proteas.