Indian woman Uzma, who was forced into marriage in Pak, return home

The Islamabad high court allowed on Wednesday an Indian woman, who has sought refuge at the Indian mission here after accusing a Pakistani man of forcibly marrying her, to return to India, a media report said.

Indian without travel documents arrested in Islamabad

An Indian national was arrested from the Pakistani capital on Sunday over possessing incomplete travel documents, local TV channels reported. Sheikh Nabi Ahmed, who hailed from Jogeshwari East in Mumbai, was arrested from F-8 area of Islamabad.

Don't hang Jadhav before final hearing, ICJ tells Pakistan

India had filed its request for the indication of provisional measures on May 8,  2017, the same day that it initiated proceedings against Pakistan in a dispute concerning alleged violations of Article 36 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 24 April 1963.

Pak’s interior ministry: Hafiz Saeed spreading terrorism in name of jihad

Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed and his four aides have been detained for "spreading terrorism in the name of jihad", Pakistan's interior ministry has told a judicial review board.

USA imposes fresh sanctions on Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jamaatul Dawa

The United States has slapped new sanctions on Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jamaatul Dawa Al Quran (JDQ) to disrupt their leadership and financial networks. The sanctions, announced on Friday afternoon, came a day after more than a dozen US intelligence agencies reported to Congress that Pakistan-based terrorist groups are still allegedly launching attacks in India and Afghanistan and are likely to continue their activities in future too.

China to invest $50 billion for five-mega hydroelectric power projects

In a first-of-its-kind investment in Pakistan’s troubled energy sector, Islamabad and Beijing on Saturday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop North Indus River Cascade with an estimated cost of US$ 50 billion that has the potential of generating approximately 40,000mw of hydroelectric power.

Contrary to law — the police rank and file nabs 'sinners'

When religion is supreme, justice can go wrong. Because a religious state doesn’t accept the divorce between what is public and what is private, it ends up confusing ethics with piety. Judges are free to parade their own piety while judging crime. That’s what is happening in the case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. 

Revisiting the art of all-around war

Like it or not, we are at war with all neighbours, despite China’s advice against it and the civilian leaderships’ aversion to an exclusively militaristic approach. The weakness of successive governments allowed over-developed and over-powering security structures to scuttle all possible initiatives to avert isolation.

US intel head blames Pak for sinking relations with India

The Trump administration today blamed Pakistan for deteriorating Indo-Pak relations and warned that the ties might worsen further if another "high- profile" terrorist attack emanates from across the border this year.

In Pakistan, people are killed for blasphemy; in India, for cow slaughter

What Pakistan and India are doing to their people, while also getting ready to hurt each other, is the disease Freud called “narcissism of the closely related”.

What a fuss...No other nation has so frequently experimented

Seventy years of existence – however tumultuous they may have been – should have been enough for us to learn from our mistakes and set a direction for holistic development. We are perhaps a unique nation in modern history that has not experimented with any other model and yet has not evolved a well-defined nationhood and statehood.

Pakistani man who claimed he was ISI spy cooked up story

Government officials said on Saturday they are almost certain that a man who turned up at the Delhi airport a day earlier and identified himself as a hit man of Pakistan’s ISI is not a spy but had cooked up the story to gain asylum in India, according to Hindustan Times.


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