March 1, 2014
South Africa lifted the ICC U-19 World Cup defeating Pakistan by six wickets in a low-scoring final encounter here today.Batting first, Pakistan were bowled out for a paltry 131 in 44.3 ove...
Lahore, Feb 14
But hopes talks would resume soon; progress seen in opening up land route
Lahore, Feb 9
Pakistan’s telecom regulator has asked the Government to take up with India and Afghanistan the issue of removing cellular towers near the border whose signals are spilling over into the country’s...
Mumbai, February 5
Apparel and textile exporters from Pakistan, who are to converge in Mumbai in April for an expo, expect to generate $100 million export orders from Indian buyers. The ‘Made in Pakistan E...
Islamabad, Jan 23
Pakistani Taliban have issued a fatwa against the media, declaring it a “party” to the conflict in the country, and drawn up a hit-list of journalists and publishers, a media report said on Thursd...
New Delhi, Jan 18
Trade Ministers from both sides put liberalisation process back on track
Lahore, Jan 18
Two death row prisoners have been indicted in Pakistan for the murder of Indian national Sarabjit Singh at a jail here.
An additional district and sessions judge held trial at the Central...
New Delhi, Jan. 16
Pakistan Minister says dismantling of negative list would happen gradually
Mirpur, Mar 2
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq won the toss and elected to bowl against India in their Asia Cup match here today.
India have brought in Amit Mishra to replace Stuart Binny.
New Delhi, February 25
Auto, pharma among sectors in Pakistan opposed to Indian products
London, February 12
Remains above Pakistan and China, but well below Nepal, Ukraine and Afghanistan
New Delhi, February 7
India seeks firm commitments on removal of import bans, trading via Attari-Wagah land route
Mumbai, Feb 4
Shouting anti-Pakistan slogans, dozens of Shiv Sena activists today disrupted the press conference of a Sufi music band from that country at the Mumbai Press Club here, police said.
Islamabad, Jan 20
A suicide bomber blew himself up near Pakistan’s military headquarters at Rawalpindi today, killing four people, a day after Taliban suicide bombing inside a cantonment killed 20 troops.
Washington, Jan 18
Ahead of the drawdown of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of the year, US President Barack Obama has announced to establish an Af-Pak Strategic Partnership Office (APSPO) to oversee smooth tra...
Islamabad, Jan 17
The Pakistani special court conducting the treason trial of Pervez Musharraf today rejected the prosecution’s plea to order the “symbolic arrest” of the former military ruler.
New Delhi, Jan 14
After a gap of more than a year, Commerce Secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet tomorrow to discuss trade-related issues and set the agenda for the ministerial meeting later this week.