Within the space of five years India has meticulously manipulated the Kashmir dispute in ways which few, if any, people foresaw.
PM Imran Khan to seek vote of confidence in Parliament as finance minister loses high-profile seat in Senate election.
The government first banned burials of those who died from Covid-19 in April over concerns — which experts said were baseless — by influential Buddhist monks that the practice could contaminate groundwater and spread the virus.
Dominated by strategic concerns for two decades, the relationship appears to be caught between US policy drift towards India and its new ‘Cold War’ with Beijing.
The country of 216 million people has yet to secure substantial volumes of vaccines for mass inoculation, with only 500,000 doses of the Sinopharm vaccine donated by China thus far.
The Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged economies globally, but Pakistan has been on the receiving end of a boom that could continue until the end of this year.
The incoming president should make America's longest war his first foreign policy priority.
Islamabad claims vindication after it emerges Indian journalist Arnab Goswami knew beforehand about Balakot airstrike that brought India and Pakistan to the brink of war.
The series named Turki Lala, which means Turkish elder brother in the Pashto language, was proposed by Turkey and Pakistan and will include actors from both countries.
Authorities have promised the arrest of the attackers, payment of compensation to the bereaved families and better security for the Hazaras.
The Investor-State Dispute Settlement process has gone against developing countries for far too long.
Pakistan's PM Imran Khan has said burials of the victims should not be linked to his visit, adding that is tantamount to blackmail, as protests alongside coffins of the slain ethnic minority Hazara miners enter sixth day.
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