Pakistan invites Saudi Arabia to join China's Belt and Road corridor

Islamabad has invited Saudi Arabia to become the third partner in the Beijing-funded Belt and Road corridor of major infrastructure projects inside Pakistan, Pakistan's information minister said on Read Article

PM Imran writes to Modi, calls for resuming 'comprehensive bilateral dialogue process'

During his inagural speech after winning the July 25th elections, the newly-elected Pakistan prime minister had called for "good relations" with India. Read Article

Pakistan will prefer destabilised Afghanistan to a strong state: Report

US Congressional report also asserted that Islamabad may also anticipate that improved relations with Kabul could limit India's influence in the region. Read Article

'Pakistan always stands by Saudi Arabia,' Imran Khan tells Saudi media

Saudi King Salman hosted Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan a day after he arrived in Saudi Arabia. Read Article

Pakistan-based terror outfits JeM, LeT pose regional threat in subcontinent: US

According to the report, the Pakistani military and security forces undertook operations against groups that conducted attacks within Pakistan, such as the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. Read Article

Nawaz Sharif, daughter arrive in Lahore after jail sentence is suspended

A large number of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party supporters, including women workers, gathered outside the Haj Terminal to welcome them.  Read Article

'UN must act tough against Pakistan to protect rights of Baloch people', says activist to UN

Naela Quadri Baloch, a prominent woman activist from Balochistan, who now lives in Canada also participated in the event and raised the issue of enforced disappearances. Read Article

Protect rights of Sindhi people, says activist to UN

Bhutto told the UN that human rights violations have increased manifold since the launch of multi-billion dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Read Article

Pakistan PM Imran Khan in Saudi Arabia on maiden foreign visit

Pakistani media has speculated that Khan is eyeing Saudi Arabia and China to provide loans to rescue Islamabad from the economic crisis. Read Article

Pakistan's new government hikes taxes cuts spending for economy in 'intensive care'

Developmental spending, which was planned to hit 800 billion rupees in 2018/2019, has been trimmed to 725 billion. Read Article

Pakistan government, Opposition agree for a parliamentary probe into vote-rigging charges

The National Assembly or the lower house on Tuesday approved the formation of a parliamentary committee to investigate allegations of rigging in the July 25 general elections, Express News reported. Read Article

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan vows to grant citizenship to Afghan refugees

About 2.5 million Afghans, many of whom fled their homeland after it was invaded by the Soviet Union in 1979, live in Pakistan. Read Article

Pakistan's Imran Khan to visit Riyadh on first trip: Officials

The two-day trip to Saudi Arabia will begin exactly one month after Khan assumed office, with Pakistan facing a balance-of-payments crisis and speculation that the new premier could seek loans worth… Read Article

Imran Khan government auctions 70 luxury cars as part of its austerity drive

Apart from luxury cars, the government, facing huge debts and liabilities, plans to auction eight buffaloes kept by deposed and jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif at the PM House for his… Read Article

Sharifs' parole to end today; efforts on to extend release

Nawaz Sharif was granted five-day parole and reached Lahore on September 12 to attend the funeral of his wife Begum Kulsoom Nawaz. Read Article