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Pakistan still struggling for independence: Woman Journalist

Islamabad: In a veiled attack on the Pakistan government, a prominent woman journalist of the nation said the South Asian country is still struggling for independence even after 73 years of freedom from the British rule.

Canada-based Baloch leader describes Aug 14 as 'Black Day', slams Pakistan Army

Vancouver:  A senior Baloch leader has described the Pakistan’s Independence Day as ‘Black Day’ in the history of humankind as the country’s Army continues to kill, rob, rape, convert people and grab lands of Baloch people.

Sindhis, Pashtun, Gilgit and Baloch members protest in US on Pakistan Independence Day

Washington: Several members of the oppressed communities in Pakistan demonstrated in front of the Pakistani embassy in Washington DC on Friday.

Pakistan Independence Day: MQM to observe 'Black Day'

London: Protesting against state brutalities against Mohajirs, Sindhis, Balochs, Pashtuns, other oppressed ethnicities and religious minorities in Pakistan, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has announced that it will observe Aug 14 as 'Black Day'.

Amid troubles with Saudi Arabia, Pakistan is now facing gas shortfall

Islamabad: Pakistan's Minister for Energy Omar Ayub Khan has said the country is currently facing a gas shortfall of about 3.5 billion cubic feet per day (BCFD) and Sindh will also be turning a gas-deficit province by next year.

Pakistan FM Qureshi's remarks on Saudi Arabia triggers criticism within

Islamabad:  Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s comment against Saudi Arabia after Riyadh refused to interfere on Kashmir issue has earned criticisms within the country.

Twitter users slam Mahathir Mohamad over Kashmir remark

Kuala Lumpur: Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's remarks on the scrapping of Article 370 in Kashmir has earned flak from the Twitter users as he chose to keep silent on the inhuman treatment of the Uighur Muslims in China while attacking India which has fast-tracked development process in the Kashmir region after doing away with the stumbling block that was this temporary provision.

Ex- Afghanistan intelligence chief slams Pakistan's ISI, calls it 'termites'

Kabul: Former Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil has described Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) as “termites”.

Pakistan: Blast rocks Chaman city, 5 killed 

Chaman: A blast rocked Pakistan's Chaman city on Monday which left at least five people killed and 20 others injured, media reports said.

Pakistan - 64 killed in three-day monsoon rain spells

Islamabad/Xinhua: At least 64 people were killed, and dozens of others were injured in heavy monsoon rain-triggered flash floods and different rain-related incidents, during the last three days in different regions of Pakistan, said a report from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) on Monday.

Saudi Arabia defers to renew pact to supply oil to Pakistan on deferred payments

Islamabad: Saudi Arabia has not renewed an agreement with Pakistan which will allow oil supplies on deferred payments after that pact expired two months back, media reports said.

Durand Line on Afghan-Pak border is turning bloodier than LoC: Expert

Journalist Francesca Marino feels that the ongoing conflict on the Durand Line, which borders Afghanistan and Pakistan, has now become more 'bloodier' than Line of Control.

World Bank rebuffs Pakistan, refuses to mediate in Indus water sharing issue

Islamabad/UNI: In a rebuff to Pakistan, the World Bank has refused to unilaterally decide on appointment of a neutral expert or Court of Arbitration (COA) for settling the dispute over the water sharing agreement between India and Pakistan under the 1960 Indus Water Treaty and suggested that the two countries mutually decide the matter.

Chaman Incident: Afghans protest against Pakistan

Kabul: Hundreds of Afghans staged a protest in Kandahar to condemn last week’s deadly incident at Chaman crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Pakistan: Peshawar police squad poses for selfie with murderer of blasphemy accused

Peshawar: Shocking the world, an image of a Peshawar Police squad posing for a selfie with Faisal, also known as Khalid, who is accused of killing an American citizen in a Peshawar court last week, has gone viral on the internet.