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Pakistan's concerns on Indian role in Afghanistan overestimated: Obama Administration official

Pakistan's concerns on Indian role in Afghanistan overestimated: Obama Administration official

Pakistan's concerns on India's role in Afghanistan are "overestimated", a top Obama Administration official said on Wednesday and warned that the country will not have a "bright future" unless it takes action against terror groups like Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani network.

6 killed, 44 injured in Pakistan as bus rams into oil tanker in Pakistan

The incident occurred on Indus Highway near Noshapa oilfield in Karak district of KPK.

In Pakistan's Lahore, school attacked after teacher ''rapes'' student

A school was attacked by angry locals in Lahore city of Pakistan during a protest against sexual assault on an eight-year-old boy by his teacher and the boy`s subsequent disappearance.

Shame! 11-year-old Hindu boy raped, murdered in Pakistan

Shame! 11-year-old Hindu boy raped, murdered in Pakistan

A 11-year-old Pakistani Hindu boy has been allegedly raped and murdered in Sindh province, triggering protests by people demanding a probe into the recent incident.

Pakistan playing to gallery in publicising Kashmir issue: Ex-envoy SK Lambah

Pakistan is perhaps playing to the gallery in raising and publicing the Kashmir issue, former Indian high commissioner in Islamabad S.K. Lambah said at a discussion between former envoys of the two countries here on Friday.

US warns citizens against visiting Islamabad's Marriott Hotel

The US embassy has issued a warning to American citizens against visiting Marriott Hotel Islamabad for the next several days, in wake of a general threat.

Lahore blast death toll rises to 72, injured toll now over 233

Lahore blast death toll rises to 72, injured toll now over 233

Sunday`s suicide bomb blast in a crowded park in Lahore in Pakistan`s Punjab province has claimed the lives of 72 people so far and injured over 233.

Nawaz Sharif praised by US daily for his progressive Pakistan vision

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been praised for his vision of creating a liberal and progressive Pakistan.

Stop encouraging support to militant groups in Kashmir: Pakistan panel tells govt

Stop encouraging support to militant groups in Kashmir: Pakistan panel tells govt

A Pakistani parliamentary panel has asked the government to avoid encouraging support to militant groups in Kashmir and take action against outfits involved in attacks there to dispel international concerns.

Sri Lanka drops plan to buy fighter jets from Pakistan after India objects

Sri Lanka drops plan to buy fighter jets from Pakistan after India objects

Sri Lanka has dropped the plan to purchase JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft from Pakistan, for now.

Wearing Army-pattern dress illegal, cannot be termed fashionable: Army

Wearing Army-pattern dress illegal, cannot be termed fashionable: Army

The Army on Friday asked civilians to avoid wearing Army-pattern dresses and shopkeepers to refrain from selling combat clothes, as it issued fresh guidelines to the public to prevent terror attacks.

'US must press Pakistan to crack down on LeT'

A US expert has suggested that Washington can bring about a thaw in India-Pakistan relations without any direct intervention by pressing Pakistan to crack down on LeT.

'Ensure no safe haven for terrorists in Pakistan'

It is not enough to demand outside action against terror sanctuaries that are beyond Pakistan`s borders, said a leading daily.

Late-night quake leaves 89 injured in Pakistan

Late-night quake leaves 89 injured in Pakistan

At least 89 people were injured in Pakistan today when a powerful earthquake measuring 6.9-magnitude on Richter Scale jolted several parts of the country including areas bordering Afghanistan.

UN chief, US welcome Modi-Sharif meeting in Pak

UN chief, US welcome Modi-Sharif meeting in Pak

The United States has welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s surprise visit to Pakistan. A State Department spokesman here said that improved ties between the two countries would benefit the entire region.

'Musharraf could face fresh legal jeopardy'

'Musharraf could face fresh legal jeopardy'

Pakistan's former military strongman General Pervez Musharraf could face renewed legal jeopardy, a leading Pakistani daily said

Pakistan determined to uproot terrorism from its soil: Nawaz Sharif

PM Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said that terrorism was a common global enemy and said that a collective approach was imperative to combat the menace.

Sushma Swaraj arrives in Pakistan: As it happened on Tuesday

Pakistan's top diplomat Sartaz Aziz on Tuesday said that his country will support all endeavours aimed at strengthening peace and security.

Afghanistan conference opens, hopes for peace talks slim

A conference aimed at shoring up support for war-ravaged Afghanistan opened in the Pakistani capital on Tuesday.

Don't expect much out of Sushma's Pak visit: Defence experts

Defence experts on Wednesday ruled out possibilities of any dramatic outcome from EAM Sushma Swaraj's visit to Pakistan.