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Joe Root's 89 leads England to easy win over Pakistan in 2nd ODI

Joe Root's 89 leads England to easy win over Pakistan in 2nd ODI

Pakistan slumped to two for three after winning the toss, Chris Woakes taking two wickets and Mark Wood one in a fiery opening burst by the England pace attack.

Launch a campaign to free PoK: Baba Ramdev appeals to PM Narendra Modi

Launch a campaign to free PoK: Baba Ramdev appeals to PM Narendra Modi

Angry over rigged elections in the PoK region, locals burnt Pakistani flag in Neelum Valley area. 

Missing Indian national who 'fell in love' with Pakistani girl traced to jail

Missing Indian national who 'fell in love' with Pakistani girl traced to jail

Indian national Nehal Hamid Ansari, who was reported to be missing since 2012, has been found to be in Pakistan Army's custody.

Real-life Veer Zara: Indian reaches Pakistan in search of his love, ends up in jail

Real-life Veer Zara: Indian reaches Pakistan in search of his love, ends up in jail

Last year, the aggrieved mother had appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to secure her son's release.

Barack Obama to push Nawaz Sharif to do more to counter terrorism

 As Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived in Washington, the White House made clear that its top priority would be how to take on extremist elements inside Pakistan who have "committed terrible acts of terrorism."

US-India defence ties causing regional imbalance: Sartaj Aziz

The US defence cooperation with India was enhancing imbalance in South Asia, said Pakistan's National Security and Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Thursday, adding that Islamabad's reservations in this regard have been conveyed to the US, media reported.

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What Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz said in his press conference

What Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz said in his press conference

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Saturday saying that India would be responsible if the NSA-level talks scheduled to be held in New Delhi are not held.

Naved alias Usman arrested: But who is Abu Qasim?

Naved alias Usman arrested: But who is Abu Qasim?

Security agencies working to decode the journey of Pakistani terrorist Naved alias Usman into India have identified his handler in Jammu and Kashmir.

Explosive revelations by captured Pakistani terrorist Naved alias Usman

Explosive revelations by captured Pakistani terrorist Naved alias Usman

Captured Pakistani terrorist is making explosive claims during interrogation by security officials. As per those interrogating him, Naved alias Usman is dodging questions and changing his statements frequently.

Pak allows Karachi N-plant construction ignoring concerns

 Energy-starved Pakistan has approved the construction of two China-assisted nuclear power plants near here, ignoring concerns of civil society groups over the project's proximity to the country's biggest city and a lack of proper evacuation plan in case of emergency.

Pakistan asks foreign aid groups to re-register to remain in country

Pakistan on Tuesday announced that all international aid groups operating in the country must re-register themselves with authorities within three months as part of a wider crackdown that has involved sealing the offices of Save the Children.

Winged 'Pakistani' intruder sparks alert in Punjab

A posse of gun-toting men in uniform guard the fidgety 'intruder' from Pakistan who has created a flutter in Punjab's Pathankot.

Pakistan executes death row convict

 A convict who had been on death row for 16 years was executed in Pakistan on Tuesday.

Nine family members killed in road accident in Pakistan

 At least nine people of a family, including women and children, were killed when a van collided head-on with a truck here.

US reiterates offer to help Pak take on militants post recurrent attacks on Christians

Condemning the recent explosions near two churches in Lahore, the United States has reiterated its offer to help Pakistan deal with militancy.

Pak court upholds death sentence for Salman Taseer's killer Mumtaz Qadri

A Pakistani court upheld the death sentence on Monday for the killer of the governor of Pakistan`s largest province after he had called for reform of a law against blasphemy, media said. 

SAARC summit: Pressure piles on Pakistan to save trade agenda​

SAARC summit: Pressure piles on Pakistan to save trade agenda​

With Pakistan playing spoilsport by blocking three major SAARC connectivity agreements initiated by India, efforts are on to persuade Nawaz Sharif to ensure that the connectivity pacts, including a motor vehicle agreement, are inked before the SAARC declaration on Thursday.

Pakistani woman embraced by Islamic State seeks to drop US legal appeal

A Pakistan-born neuroscientist has become a rallying cry for militant groups demanding her release from a US prison. But in a little-noticed move she is trying to abandon her legal fight for freedom, saying the US court system is unjust.

Nawaz Sharif says governing Pakistan not easy; stalemate continues

Bogged down by over three weeks of political turmoil, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said it "is not easy" to rule Pakistan and sought the support of all parties in Parliament as several rounds of talks between the government and protesters failed to break the logjam.