Taking a dig at Mamata Banerjee for saying that she doesn’t accept Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India, Modi on Thursday said that Banerjee rather feels proud to accept Pakistan’s PM
A Pakistani Christian woman who spent eight years on death row over false blasphemy charges, Asia Bibi, has left the country, her lawyer and media said on Wednesday,
Pakistan says Indian troops have targeted its military positions in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, killing three soldiers and wounding a fourth.
Wreckage of vehicles littered the pavement near the shrine as first responders rushed to the scene and armed security forces fanned out in the area.
"As we crossed the road a blast took place in front of us," witness Ritat Shahid told AFP.
Pakistani authorities say a raid by security forces on a militant hideout in the northwestern city of Peshawar triggered a 15-hour shootout in which a police officer and at least five suspected militants were killed.
Prime Minister Imran Khan will pay his first ever two-day official visit to Iran on April 21-22.
Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan have fought three wars since their independence from Britain in 1947, and came close to a fourth in February after a suicide bomb attack by a Pakistan-based militant group killed at least 40 Indian police in the contested Kashmir region.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday urged for the creation of a tourism corridor between member countries of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in order to promote regional connectivity. While addressing a leaders’ round table conference in China, the prime minister congratulated President Xi Jinping on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and said that China is an example of “a great success of the modern age.”
This is the first in the nearly 600 years old history of the Lincoln’s Inn that a Muslim Pakistani wedding utilised the full services of the Inn and was allowed permission to organise the wedding day in their traditional Pakistani ways.
Pakistan actress Veena Malik has spoken up in support of Prime Minister Imran Khan after his questionable remarks terming Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal as ‘sahiba’ (Miss) caused an uproar online. Veena Malik took to Twitter saying “In fact...You have to go down