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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

Pakistan may resume import of cotton from India: Report

The sources said that in-house deliberations have already begun but the final decision would be taken only after seeking the approval of the prime minister.

Armies of India, Pakistan agree to cease firing along LoC: Defence Ministry

The discussion between the two armies took place at a time when a large number of ceasefire violations were taking place along the LoC and violence levels were going up

‘Pakistan offers $15M credit line to SL for defence cooperation’

The Foreign Minister along with the Prime Minister Imran Khan are on a two-day official visit to Sri Lanka.

Pakistan to get 5.6m coronavirus vaccines doses in March

Out of these, 2.8 million doses of Gavi/COVAX are expected to reach by the first week of March and 2.8 million doses by the second week of March, the Geo TV reported.

Pakistan violates ceasefire on LoC in J&K’s Kupwara

Till last reports came in, intermittent firing exchanges were still going on in the area.

Twitter blocks 97 per cent of accounts, posts flagged by IT Ministry

On February 4, Twitter was asked to take down 1,178 accounts with links to Pakistan and Khalistan supporters that were spreading misinformation.

Hasan Ali takes 10 wickets as Pakistan win first series against South Africa

South Africa needed 243 runs to win on the final day of the second Test but Hasan picked five while Shaheen Afridi took four wickets as Pakistan defeated the Proteas by 95 runs.

India directs Twitter to block 1,178 accounts in fresh notice

Earlier this month, the IT ministry had asked the micro-blogging platform to block 257 accounts using the #ModiPlanningFarmerGenocide hashtag amid the farmers' protest.

Kumble is the greatest match-winner India ever had: Gambhir

He achieved the feat against Pakistan at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, now known as Arun Jaitley cricket stadium in Delhi during the second Test of the two-match series.

South Africa struggle to 188/7 at lunch on Day 3 of second Test

The Babar Azam-led side had scored 272 in the first innings.

No Nuclear

The first-ever nuclear weapons ban treaty is groundbreaking, even though the nuclear powers haven’t signed  

Nauman, Yasir bowl Pakistan to win against South Africa

Nauman, a 34-year-old left-arm spinner making his test debut, returned 5-35 and Shah took 4-79 to dismiss South Africa for 245 in the second innings before lunch on day four.

Test series: South Africa bounces back against Pakistan on Day 1

Pakistan were reduced to 33-4 at stumps on a pitch devoid of grass as 14 wickets fell on an eventful opening day of the two-test series

US updates travel advisory to citizens for Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan

It also asked its citizens not to travel to Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces due to terrorism and kidnapping.

Pakistan to get 5G by 2022-23: Report

In Pakistan, 98 per cent of the households own a mobile phone whereas penetration of mobile services reached 81.1 per cent at the end of October 2020.

Pakistan approves emergency use of Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine

Sputnik V is the third vaccine to be approved for the emergency use in the country, the report said.

Highest mountains in the world

Climbing to the summit of all 14 eight-thousanders is regarded as a mountaineering challenge and as at 2019 only 40 mountaineers have achieved this.

The biggest thing in my life, says Pant after match-winning knock

The highest target chased at The Gabba before India surpassed 328 with three wickets in hand on Tuesday was 236, way back in 1951 by hosts Australia against West Indies.

Nepalese mountaineers record history by scaling second highest peak

Nepalese mountaineers scale K2, the second highest peak of the world, for the first time during cold season

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