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Governor of State Bank of Pakistan Ashraf Mahmood Wathra said on Friday that his country welcomes of resumption of activity of Iranian banks in Pakistan.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu extremist party has pledged to strip millions of Muslim of vote in the upcoming provincial elections in the eastern state of Assam.
Indian authorities are preparing for a plan to “save lives” ahead of the season of extreme heat, which turned deadly last year, says the India director for the National Resources …
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 08:53

Indian girl dies after rape, immolation

A female Indian teenager who was recently raped and set on fire outside the capital, New Delhi, has died of her injuries.
Pakistani counter-terrorism forces have rescued the kidnapped son of a famous slain governor, who was abducted from the eastern city of Lahore five years ago.
The Marshall Islands told the International Court of Justice Tuesday that Pakistan is violating its "obligations" to the international community by failing to reduce its nuclear arsenal.
A faction of the outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has claimed responsibility for a recent deadly bombing which killed at least 15 people and injured over two dozen others in the …
At least 17 people were killed in an explosion in the premises of a local court in Charsadda's Shabqadar area in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan on Monday, hospital …
Sunday, 06 March 2016 18:41

Pakistan releases 87 Indian fishermen

Pakistan has released a group of 87 Indian fishermen as a goodwill gesture, Pakistani officials say.
A top Pakistani official has for the first time admitted that Islamabad holds sway over Taliban and hosts leaders of the Afghan militant group.
Official figures show that India's oil imports from Iran rose by over a fifth in February in what is seen as a yet another positive sign that shows the Islamic …
Eight Indian fishermen were arrested on Thursday by the Sri Lankan Navy on charges of crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line.
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 15:45

Rohingya Muslims in dreadful conditions: UN

The United Nations has warned that persecuted Rohingya Muslims continue to live in “dreadful conditions” despite promises by the election-winning opposition party to protect the rights of the minority in …
India has blamed Pakistan over a January militant attack on a military air base that killed seven soldiers in the northern state of Punjab.
A powerful bomb explosion has claimed the lives of at least two local employees of the US consulate and several Pakistani army soldiers in the northwestern city of Peshawar.
Pakistan has stepped up security at flashpoints across the country after Islamabad hanged Mumtaz Qadri, a former police bodyguard who killed a senior politician back in 2011.
A man in India has killed 14 members of his family including six children with a knife near the country’s financial hub of Mumbai, before taking his own life.
At least 34 pro-Taliban militants were killed Saturday in the Pakistani army’s latest ground and aerial attack in the country’s northwestern tribal areas near the border with Afghanistan.
A Maldivian court has again extended the remand of a Sri Lankan sniper brought into Maldives as part of an alleged assassination attempt on the country's president by an additional …
Iran's Navy commander says the Islamic Republic plans to hold joint military drills with India.
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