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Pakistan's Prime Minister Khan in Iran to talk security, ties

DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Iran on Sunday to discuss security and regional issues, Iranian state TV reported, a day after Islamabad urged Tehran to act against militants behind killings in Pakistan’s Baluchistan province.


PM Khan motivates Pakistan’s World Cup squad to lift trophy

The Prime Minister of Pakistan and 1992 World Cup winning captain Imran Khan motivated the World Cup bunch to clinch the coveted title of the mega event which kicks off May 30 in England and Wales.


Pakistan says gunmen behind killing of 14 based in Iran

The gunmen who killed 14 members of Pakistan's security forces in the country's southwest earlier this week came from Iran to carry out the attack, officials said Saturday. Some 20 people wearing uniforms from the paramilitary Frontier Corps stopped buses in Balochistan province, which were travelli


Pakistan arrests ‘last terrorist at large’ in Daniel Pearl killing

Counter-terrorism officials in Islamabad have confirmed that the remaining terrorist sought in the 2002 murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl has been taken into custody. Azim Jan, a commander of the TTP, the Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan, an offshoot of al-Qaeda, was apprehended on Friday in a jo


Pakistan Cabinet Reshuffle After Finance Minister Resigns

Pakistan's prime minister has reshuffled his cabinet after Finance Minister Asad Umar resigned amid criticism of the government's handling of a mounting financial crisis. Umar's resignation on April 18 has turned up the pressure on Prime Minister Imran Khan, who's facing growing outrage over spirali


Pakistan’s Shadab ruled out of England series

Lahore (Pakistan) (AFP) – Pakistan’s fast-rising leg-spinner Shadab Khan has been ruled out of next month’s series against England with a virus, leaving him in doubt for the World Cup.


56 immigrants from Pakistan and Syria were arrested in Macedonia

Macedonian police arrested a 56-strong commercial van on a highway in the north of the country, according to a report published by Reuters. Two Macedonian citizens were arrested on suspicion of smuggling the refugees, citizens of Pakistan and Syria. The refugees were transferred to a transit camp ne


Pakistan militants execute 14 bus passengers

Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) — Militants wearing security force uniforms stopped two buses in southwest Pakistan on Thursday and killed 14 passengers after ordering them out of the vehicles, police said.


Pakistan says Iran-based group carried out deadly attack

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan's foreign ministry says militants crossing over from Iran earlier this week carried out a deadly attack against its armed forces in the southwestern Baluchistan province.


Persecuted Christian Woman Asia Bibi to Be Allowed to Leave Pakistan in Two Weeks

The Christian woman who was accused of blasphemy against Islam and kept in Pakistan will be released soon. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said this week that Asia Bibi will be allowed to leave the country “in a couple of weeks.”


Pakistan's finance minister quits amid criticism

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan's finance minister said Thursday he will step down amid a wave of criticism over the government's handling of a financial crisis that has sent prices soaring.


Pakistan: Baloch Insurgents who Perpetrated Coast Attack Came from Iran

The Baloch insurgents who killed 14 people along Pakistan’s coast this week are based in neighboring Iran, Pakistan’s foreign minister said on Saturday, heightening tensions ahead of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s trip to Tehran on Sunday.


Human Rights Body Raises Concern Over Forced Conversions In Islamic Pakistan.

Pak Rights Body Raises Concern Over Forced Islamic Conversions Of Minor and Minority Girls including Hindus. In its annual report, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) said the government has done little in the past to stop such forced marriages and asked the lawmakers to pass effective le


It is 100% Necessary For Pakistan to Open a 24/7 Internationally Aimed Media Outlet

China has CGTN/CCTV, Russia has RT, Turkey has TRT World, Singapore has Channel News Asia, Qatar has Al-Jazeera, Iran has Press-TV, Britain has the BBC, France has France-24 and Pakistan has the entire world believing that India’s increasingly extremist breed of politicians are paragons of virtue wh


14 lined up and killed in southwestern Pakistan in 'act of terror'

A terrorist attack by a separatist group in southwestern Pakistan left 14 dead early Thursday after they were lined up and shot on a remote highway, officials said. The attack occurred before dawn on the Makran coastal highway between Karachi and the Gwadar port, local official Jehangir Dashti told


Pakistan PM hints at further cabinet changes after 'batting order' shuffle

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that he would not hesitate to make more changes to his cabinet if required a day after a major reshuffle that saw the appointment of a new finance minister and nine other ministerial switches.


Pakistan PM Imran Khan makes first visit to Iran

Tehran (AFP) – Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan began his first official visit to Iran on Sunday for talks set to focus on strengthening ties and countering terrorism, state media reported.


Pakistan Press Foundation Condemns Lawsuit By Filed by Minister McGill Against Radio Talk Show Host, Writes President Weah

Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF), in a letter to George Weah, President of Liberia has expressed concern over the law suit against radio talk show host, Henry Costa. PPF Secretary General Owais Aslam Ali, has condemned the action taken against the journalist and Roots FM and urged the concerned autho


Pakistan-funded hospital inaugurated in Afghan capital

A Pakistan-funded newly-built hospital in the Afghan capital Kabul has been inaugurated on Saturday. Built with an estimated cost of $24 million, the 200-bed Mohammad Ali Jinnah Hospital in the western part of the Afghan capital has been dubbed as a “symbol of lasting peace” between the two neighbor


Ramiz Raja inspired by Imran Khan’s interest for Pakistan cricket

The member of Pakistan’s 1992 World Cup squad Ramiz Raja praised his ex-captain Imran Khan for showing immense interest for Pakistan’s cricket when they met the Prime Minister of Pakistan on Friday ahead of the World Cup.