Pakistan conducts successful training launch of nuclear-capable ballistic missile

The 'Ghaznavi' missile is capable of delivering multiple types of warheads up to a range of 290 kilometers, the statement said

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For Pakistan PM, atrocities over 2 million Uighur Muslims is 'nothing', says he won't criticise China because 'they helped us'

Pakistani Prime Minister was asked about his silence on the matter of the persecution of the Muslim communities in Xinjiang and China. His response, though concise, conveyed a harsher, narrow-…

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Wheat crisis deepens in Pakistan: People eat more bread in November-December, says minister

The Nanbais (bread makers) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are on a strike against the government, as various associations in Punjab had given a five-day ultimatum to the government asking it to provide…

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Pakistani businessmen allegedly involved in illicit acquisition of nuclear missile technology

Pakistan became a nuclear weapon and ballistic missile power through theft and subterfuge, despite barely having any base in science and technology.

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Sindhis celebrate 116th birth anniversary of late GM Syed with fervour

People of Sindh celebrated the 116th birth anniversary of veteran Sindhi nationalist leader, founder and ideologue of the Jeye Sindh movement, late Ghulam Murtaza Syed also known as GM Syed on…

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In Pakistan, gas crisis intensifies across the country as winter begins

Almost 40 per cent of Pakistan's energy demands are met by natural gas and due to unavailability of fuel gases, the daily life of the common man has been ruined.

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Pakistan's deafening-silence on Xinjiang continues: Shahid Afridi deletes tweet on atrocities against Uighur Muslims

The former captain of Pakistan cricket team, in a tweet, had requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to speak up against China’s atrocities against the Uighur Muslims.

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Over 120 Chinese arrested for illegally staying in Nepal

The raids were conducted over three days from Saturday to Monday. 

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FATF calls for stricter actions from Pakistan on crackdown of terror groups

The FATF has also asked the Pakistan government to provide them with copies of the FIRs filed against terror suspects and wants to observe progress from Pakistan's side.

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US re-designates Pakistan, China as countries curbing religious freedom

Nine countries remain on the list and they can be sanctioned by the US government if they do not protect religious freedoms better.

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Death penalty for Pervez Musharraf: State of chaos in Pakistan

Imran Khan's government has gone a step ahead, with the Minister of Law & justice questioning the mental capacity and well-being of the judge who passed the verdict. 

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Pervez Musharraf: An Army general, dictator and convict

Musharraf was first booked for treason in December 2013 and was indicted on March 31, 2014, The prosecution had tabled the entire evidence before the special court in September the same year. 

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Bangladesh liberation war: The story of India's victory, Pakistan's surrender and the birth of a new Nation

The 1971 India-Pakistan war was a military confrontation which led to the birth of a new country in South Asia, Bangladesh.

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Pakistan: Day after release from sub-jail, Asif Ali Zardari to be shifted to Karachi hospital

The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader was scheduled to leave for Karachi yesterday but the party decided against it.

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Washington privately warned Pakistan against usage of F-16 to combat India: Sources

A US media outlet has reported the State Department officially reprimanded Pakistan for moving the aircraft to airbases without Washington's consent.

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