Pervez Musharraf`s lawyer faces embarrassment

Pervez Musharraf`s lawyer faced embarrassment after he failed to deliver on a promise that he would spring a surprise in Friday`s hearing of the treason trial of the former Pakistani military ruler.

Pakistan fashion casts off `dark cloud` of extremism

Mention the Taliban to Pakistan fashion designer Kamiar Rokni and his irritation is clear.

Civilian control over intelligence agencies: Pak senators

Senators from both treasury and opposition benches have called for bringing the intelligence agencies under civilian and parliamentary control.

MQM to leave PPP-led coalition at Centre, Sindh

The ruling Pakistan Peoples Party suffered a major setback on Saturday after the Mutthaida Qaumi Movement (MQM) announced it would no longer be part of the coalition government in Sindh province and at the centre.

Suspected ISI spy let off for want of evidence by Gujarat court

Citing "lack of sufficient evidence", a local court has let off one of the four accused arrested on charges of spying and leaking confidential information pertaining to the country`s military bases to Pakistan`s ISI.

Two school buses blown up in Pakistan

Two school buses parked outside a school in Pakistan`s northwest tribal region were blown up Tuesday. There was, however, no loss of life, Geo News reported.

`Centre doing everything to express anger at strategic level`

Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tewari on Saturday said that the Centre was doing everything at the "strategic level" to express its anger about the killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani Army.

Plotters of 26/11 strike should be handed over to India: BJP

BJP on Friday welcomed Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik`s visit to India.

Pak test fires N-capable Hatf V Ghauri missile

The latest in a series of nuke missiles that can hit deep targets in India, Pakistan on Wednesday test fired Hatf V Ghauri missile with a range of 1,300km.

Imran Khan branded ``Agent of West``

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazl ur Rahman has labeled Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan as an ``agent of the West``.

Krishna, Hina Rabbani Khar to meet next month

SM Krishna is expected to visit Pakistan on July 17-18 to hold talks with Hina Rabbani Khar.

Bomb scare at Pakistan Supreme Court

Security agencies in Pakistan
have cordoned off the Supreme Court building and the adjacent
house of President Asif Ali Zardari after a bomb threat letter
found at the court complex.

Pak to ask US to replace spy aircraft lost in terror attack

The two aircraft were destroyed on May 23 by Taliban militants.

Give access to bin Laden`s 3 wives: US to Pak

The US demanded access from Pak to all non combatants, including Osama`s 3 wives, detained by the authorities and
additional materials recovered from the Abbottabad compound,the National
Security Advisor, Tom Donilon said.

Al Qaeda confirms Osama’s death

The terror group has warned of retaliation, saying Americans` "happiness will turn to sadness."

10 Indian fishermen arrested by Pak authorities

Pakistani authorities have arrested 10 Indian fishermen for allegedly violating the its
maritime boundary, taking the number of such people detained on similar charges to 70 in a month.

Convention to commemorate Indo-Pak relations begins in Jammu

Three Pakistani guests are among the 100 delegates who are attending a two-day convention organised here to highlight relations between India and Pakistan.

Should India talk to Pakistan?

The love-hate relationship that India shares with Pakistan hit an all time low after the devastating 26/11 Mumbai terror strike.

Worst democracy is better than best dictatorship: Gilani

In an apparent attempt to gather public support for his troubled government, Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that even the worst form of democracy was far better than the best form of dictatorship.

India to put specific demands relating to terror before Pak

India is likely to put before
Pakistan a set of specific demands relating to terrorism when
their Foreign Secretaries meet next week, the view here being
that its response will determine the future course of such