Terrorists killed in Pak raid belonged to al Qaeda

 Four terrorists, killed in a raid by Pakistani counter-terrorism commandos, were members of the al Qaeda and were looking to target a political personality and an office of an intelligence agency, officials said on Tuesday.

Chinese submarine docking at Pakistan no big concern: Indian Navy

Amidst reports that a Chinese submarine had crossed the Arabian Sea and entered Karachi port last month, the Indian Navy on Tuesday said it was not a matter of big concern but they were monitoring all such activities.

Bring Malala attackers to justice: US Senators ask Pakistan
Bring Malala attackers to justice: US Senators ask Pakistan

Expressing deep concern over the acquittal of eight of the 10 men jailed for attack on Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai, two top US lawmakers have asked Pakistan to bring the attackers to justice.

Pak mulling action against India in UN over 'interference'

Pakistan is mulling dragging India to the UN for alleged interference in its affairs after a news report claimed India has been helping the Muttahida Qaumi Movement with funds and training to create unrest in Karachi.

APG to monitor Pakistan compliance of UN sanction on Dawood, Lakhvi

India has been successful in bringing Pakistan under monitoring of Asia Pacific Group to enforce UN sanctions against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, terror mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and LeT founder Hafiz Saeed despite strong opposition from China.

Tahir-ul-Qadri back in Pak, vows to seek justice for slain supporters

Anti-government protest leader and cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri on Monday returned to Pakistan from Canada after about eight months and vowed to seek justice for 14 of his supporters killed in a police raid last year.

Pakistan`s anti-terror fight enters new phase despite rights fears
Pakistan`s anti-terror fight enters new phase despite rights fears

 Pakistan`s army is preparing for a final push in the coming weeks in its fight against militants, but there are concerns that rights are being rolled back in the name of defeating terror.

Pakistani police kills four Taliban terrorists in Punjab province

Pakistani police and counter- terrorism forces on Monday raided a house near here, killing four Taliban militants and seizing a large cache of arms as they claimed to have averted a "major terror attack".

2nd Test: Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by seven wickets to level series
2nd Test: Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by seven wickets to level series

Sri Lanka needed a little over 26 overs to chase down a 153-run victory target for a series-levelling seven-wicket victory in the second test against Pakistan on Monday.

Al Qaeda terrorist arrested during raid in Pakistan

 A top Al-Qaeda terrorist has been arrested by Pakistani security agencies during a raid on a house in a posh locality of this eastern city.

Heatwave in Pakistan claims 26 more, toll nears 1,300

 Twenty six people died on Sunday of high temperatures in Pakistan's Karachi, taking the death toll to around 1,300 as residents grappled with the week-long heatwave that has crippled life and overwhelmed the healthcare system.

Four sisters shot dead in Pakistan

Four sisters were killed and another was injured in a bloody shooting incident between neighbours here in northwest Pakistan, police said.

IMF approves USD 506 mn for Pakistan under bailout programme

The IMF has approved over USD 506 million loan tranche to cash-strapped Pakistan as part of a three-year bailout programme to support the country's economic reforms and growth.

24 militants killed in Pakistan airstrikes

At least 24 militants were killed on Sunday in airstrikes by the Pakistan armed forces conducted in the country`s Khyber Agency and North Waziristan tribal regions, media reports said.

2nd Test, Day 4: Sri Lanka need 153 to level series against Pakistan
2nd Test, Day 4: Sri Lanka need 153 to level series against Pakistan

Seamer Dhammika Prasad skittled Pakistan with a four-wicket haul to put Sri Lanka on top in the second Test in Colombo on Sunday despite a defiant century from Azhar Ali.

2nd Test, Day 4: Azhar Ali stands in way as Sri Lanka dent Pakistan
2nd Test, Day 4: Azhar Ali stands in way as Sri Lanka dent Pakistan

Azhar Ali kept Pakistan afloat with a fighting unbeaten 85 as Sri Lanka tightened their grip on the second Test at the P. Sara Oval in Colombo on Sunday.

Weeklong heatwave in southern Pakistan kills 1,233 people
Weeklong heatwave in southern Pakistan kills 1,233 people

A devastating weeklong heatwave in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi has killed 1,233 people, an official said.

Heat wave toll touches 1,242 in Karachi

 The devastating heat wave that struck Pakistan`s Sindh province is slowly subsiding but the toll has climbed to 1,242 with 32 deaths reported in Karachi on Saturday.

Kumar Sangakkara to retire during India series in August
Kumar Sangakkara to retire during India series in August

Sri Lanka`s batting great Kumar Sangakkara on Saturday ended speculation about his future, saying he will retire during the home series against India in August.