Pakistan committee passes resolution condemning Parrikar's remarks

A parliamentary committee of Pakistan on Wednesday passed a resolution condemning Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's remarks that "terrorists have to be neutralised only through terrorists" and asked the government to take up the matter with the UN Security Council.

Vandals attack another church in Pakistan, two arrested

A group of armed assailants has vandalised a church and beat six persons including the pastor in Pakistan's Punjab province, the second such incident in the last four days.

Pak judge on 'judicial course', 26/11 hearing adjourned

A Pakistani court, holding the trial of seven Mumbai attack case accused, including mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, today adjourned the hearing till June 3 as the judge was on a "judicial course".

Pak asks EU to relax travel restrictions

Pakistan has asked the European Union (EU) to relax travel restrictions imposed on it due to the increasing polio cases in the country.

Pakistan must stop meddling in other countries' affairs for its own welfare: Rajnath

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued a stern warning to Pakistan on Wednesday and said that it should stop meddling in other countries' affairs for its own welfare.

Sri Lanka rope in Jonty Rhodes for short stint to improve fielding
Sri Lanka rope in Jonty Rhodes for short stint to improve fielding

Sri Lankan cricketers are to get fielding tips from the man who pretty much revolutionised the art after former South African player Jonty Rhodes agreed to a short stint with them.

Pakistan arrests owner of `fake degree factory`: Officials

Pakistani investigators on Wednesday arrested the head of a firm accused of running a global fake degree empire and conducted fresh raids at the company`s Karachi headquarters where they discovered thousands of blank diplomas.

Gunmen kill 3 policemen in Karachi

 At least three Pakistani policemen were killed today when unidentified gunmen opened fire on their vehicle in the restive southern port city of Karachi.

Pakistan urges EU to relax travel restrictions

 Pakistan has urged the European Union (EU) to relax travel restrictions imposed on the country because of increasing incidence of polio, media reported on Wednesday.

Yemeni linked to al Qaeda in Pak pleads guilty to terror charges

A 40-year-old Yemeni man, with ties to senior al Qaeda leadership in Pakistan, has pleaded guilty before a federal US court to four terrorism charges, including conspiring to murder American nationals abroad.

Seven militants killed in Pak in Karachi search operation

At least seven militants who were planning to launch terror attacks in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi were killed today during a search operation by the paramilitary Rangers here.

Pakistan 'haven' for several Islamist terror groups: US report
Pakistan 'haven' for several Islamist terror groups: US report

Pakistan is a "haven" for several Islamist terror groups and successive Pakistani governments are widely believed to have supported some outfits as proxies in the country's historical conflicts with its neighbours, according to a US Congressional research report.

Balochistan anti-polio campaign suspended due to security reasons

The second phase of an anti-polio campaign has been suspended in Pakistan`s Balochistan province for security reasons.

Seven Pakistani prisoners hanged

Pakistani authorities today executed seven death-row prisoners held in various jails in Punjab province.

Egypt protests Pakistan criticism of Morsi death sentence

Egypt summoned Pakistan`s charge d`affaires to protest at Islamabad`s criticism of the death sentence handed down to ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday.

Our eyes not shut on Dawood Ibrahim: Rajnath Singh

India on Tuesday said its eyes were not shut on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, but "some international compulsions" were hindering his extradition from Pakistan.

Attackers will be paid back in same coin: Manohar Parrikar

Undeterred by the controversy over his earlier "terrorists have to be neutralised only through terrorists" remark, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has asserted that he will go to "any extent" to protect India and those who attack will be "paid back in the same coin".

Won't tolerate raising of pro-Pakistan slogans: Rajnath

 Affirming the BJP's stand on abrogating Article 370 of the constitution, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday asserted the government will not tolerate anyone raising pro-Pakistan slogans.

Police book 545 people under ATA for vandalising church in Pakistan

Pakistan police has reportedly booked 545 people under the Anti-Terrorism Act for vandalising a church in Basti Dhoop Sarri in Sanda and injuring 10 policemen deployed there to protect the place of worship.

Zimbabwe Cricket chief endorses 'safe' tour of Pakistan
Zimbabwe Cricket chief endorses 'safe' tour of Pakistan

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) chairman Wilson Manase has declared Pakistan `safe` for international cricket after two matches of the five-game tour and urged test-playing nations to revisit their decision to shun the troubled country.