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Indo-Pak truce agreement a significant moment

The sudden change in Islamabad’s commitment towards maintaining peace along the LoC should not lull New Delhi into complacence

Twitter goes crazy over Pakistani man’s “Strawbiryani”

At first glance, the biryani in his post may look like normal biryani but when you look closer, you can find strawberry topping on it.

Pakistan accepts role in Pulwama attack, hails it as achievement

"We hit India by entering inside. Our achievement in Pulwama is the achievement of the entire community under the leadership of Imran Khan. You all also have credit (for it), Chaudhry told the National Assembly on Thursday. 

Karachi horror: Alleged rapists offer job to survivor after assault

According to a senior police officer, the woman said the alleged rapist, while dropping her back, gave her a mobile phone number, offering her a job for Rs 30,000 a month if she needed employment, Geo TV reported.

India’s forces capable of dealing with aggressive Chinese actions: Gen Rawat

"Considering the threats from our northern and western borders, we have devised strategies to deal with a primary front, depending on which to consider a primary threat."

Pak’s cartographic misadventure

The new map reflects Islamabad’s naivety and how it has become a client state of China

20 injured in Pakistan IED blast

Deputy Superintendent of Police Najab Ali told the media that the blast took place on Thursday in the Turi Bazaar in Parachinar city, Kurram district which borders Afghanistan, reports Xinhua news agency.

Jadhav has refused to file review petition, wants to follow up on mercy plea

"He (Kulbhushan Jadhav) preferred to follow up on his pending mercy petition...Pakistan has offered second consular access to him," said Additional Attorney General Ahmed

105-year-old man recovers from COVID-19 in Pakistan

Fazal Rauf, who is also a war veteran and has served in the Pakistan Army, was tested positive and had been quarantined in hospital since then, Xinhua news agency reported.

Two Indian officials working at Indian Mission in Islamabad go missing

Recently ANI reported on how Pakistan 's spy agency ISI has been tailing and harassing Indian officials and also increased their presence at the residence of Acting High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia.

Pakistan COVID-19 cases increase to 132,399

On Saturday, the country reported 6,472 new virus cases in the last 24 hours, the highest single-day tally since the pandemic hit Pakistan earlier this year, reports The Express Tribune.

Pakistan to take strict actions against COVID-19 SOP violators

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) of Pakistan, a high level body to monitor the situation arising out of COVID-19, reviewed ways to implement the track, trace and quarantine strategy, reports Xinhua news agency.

Pakistan SC rejects plea to suspend Daniel Pearl case verdict

During the hearing, Justice Manzoor Malik said the petition seeking suspension of the judgment cites irrelevant provisions, reports The Express Tribune.

Pakistan resumes domestic flights partially as nation-wide lockdown eased

"The first Pakistan International Airline flight carrying 84 passengers departed from Karachi for Lahore at 1pm along with flights for Lahore and Islamabad via private airlines."

Pakistan, Iran resume trade activities at border amid pandemic

"The trade activities between the two countries would continue thrice a week according to the standard operating procedures."

India lodges protest with Islamabad over Pak court’s order on Gilgit-Baltistan

The Ministry of External Affairs said the government of Pakistan or its judiciary has no locus standi on territories "illegally and forcibly" occupied by it.

Pakistan concerned as confirmed COVID-19 cases reach 7,481

"Government working to improve its capacity to carry out coronavirus tests from 6,000 to 20,000 on a daily basis by the end of the current month."

Pakistan’s coronavirus tally reaches 6297, death toll at 117

Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced the extension of the nationwide lockdown with relaxation to some sectors.

Pakistan clerics warn not to further restrictions on prayer congregations

Despite the government's pleas to observe social distancing, more than 53 senior clerics of Rawalpindi and Islamabad held a meeting on Monday to discuss the matter, Dawn news reported.

Pak back to old games

Going by the dubious record set by Islamabad, it should not be surprising if Pearl’s killer is let off in the near future

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